nteer companies in contiguous counties to form battalions and regiments; by Mr. Walker, of reporting a bill requiring all property sold under execution to realize two-thirds of its value; by Mr. Jett, of allowing J. F. White pay for tuition of indigent children in school district No. 3, of Richmond county; by Mr. Seddon, of providing for the extension of the time in which the Sheriffs are required to pay the taxes into the State Treasury; by Mr. Montgomery, of increasing the allowance of Peyton Morton, late Commissioner of the Revenue of Fayette county, for services rendered the State; by Mr. Segar, of repealing the provision of the Code of 1860, in relation to the marking of Western tobacco; by Mr. Carpenter, of requiring the Board of Public Works to furnish to this House any information which may seem pertinent, in their judgment, to the question involved in the petition of Edward McMahan and other contractors on the Covington and Ohio Railroad; by Mr. Friend, of reporting a bill ma
er — James Barbour, J. O. Harris, J. H. Rixey.
Cumberland — E. J. Harrison, T. H. Woodson, J. D. isbell.
Dinwiddie — Thomas B. Hamlin, Wm. Turnbull, D. C. Worsham.
Doddridge — Thomas Jones, T. F. M. Smith, E. A C'Donnell.
Elizabeth City — James Barron Hope, Thos. Tabb, Jetson Jett.
Essex — Benjamin E. Wright, A. H. Garnett, Thos. W. Lewis.
Fairfax — Alfred Moss, H. W. Thomas, W. H. Dulany.
Fauquier — W. H. Gaines, Richards Payne, John M. Fant.
Fayette — Aaron Stockton, Peyton Morton, William Tyre.
Floyd — H. Deskins, D. N. Howell, Henry Lane.
Fluvanna — D. W. K. Bowles, Abner W. Strange, Charles Boswell.
Franklin — F. Saunders, G. S. Dennis, Jno. Wade, Jr.
Frederick — H. M. Baker, J. H. Sherrard, R. E. Byrd.
Giles — William H. Shidow, A. G. Pendleton, W. C. Charlton.
Gilmer — S. G. Stalnaker, Minter Jackson, John E. Hays.
Gloucester--Dr. T. C. Clopton. A. W. Robins, Wm. Ap W. Jones.
Goochland — S. A. Guy, James W. Logan, J.