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The Daily Dispatch: February 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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resolution lies over. Election of Printer. Mr. Johnson, of Richmond, reminded the Convention that they had not yet elected a Printer, though work had been ordered to be done. He moved that they now proceed to the election. Carried. Mr. Johnson nominated Capt. W. M. Elliott, of the Richmond Whig, and no other person being named, he was elected. On motion of Mr. Haymond, the pay was fixed at the same rate of the Printer for the House of Delegates. Accommodations. Mr. Morris offered a resolution for the appointment of a committee of five, to ascertain and report speedily if the hall cannot be better arranged for the accommodation of the Convention. Laid on the table. Pages. The President said he had a disagreeable task to perform, namely: To disappoint twenty out of twenty-four of the finest lads in the Commonwealth by the appointment of four Pages from their number. He selected W. A. Talman, Edward Gay, Auguste Rosin, and Archer Fleeger. Invit
Mr. Randolph Ridgely, son of Capt. Randolph Ridgely, who was distinguished in Florida, brevetted for brilliant conduct at the battle of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, and distinguished at the morning of Monterey, where he died. Charles W. Morris, son of the late Commodore Morris, a distinguished and gallant officer of the Navy, who was with Commodore Hull at the capture of the Guerrero, and with Commodore Bainbridge in the capture of a frigate, and who died in the service. HenCommodore Morris, a distinguished and gallant officer of the Navy, who was with Commodore Hull at the capture of the Guerrero, and with Commodore Bainbridge in the capture of a frigate, and who died in the service. Henry Brockholst Ledyard, grandson of General Lewis Cass. Theophilus H. Holmes, Jr., son of Major T. H. Holmes, of the Army, who was brevetted for gallant conduct at Monterey. Frederick W. Smith, son of the Hon. William Smith, of Virginia. Ormsby M. Mitchell, Jr., son of Professor Mitchell, Director of the Cincinnati and Dudley Observatories. Thomas Lee Brent, son of the late Captain Brent, of the Army, who served in Florida and Mexico, was brevetted for gallant conduct at Buena