er, Graves, Hart, Johnson, Lynod, Quesenberry, and Thompson--16.
For Russell--Messrs. Bruce, Carson, Diggins in of Crayson, , Early Isbell, Marshall, , Newton, Newsman, Robertson, Spitler, and Whittle--15.
For Floyd--Messrs Collier, Fash Pate, Penny, Wiley, Wilson, and Bales--7;
On necessary to 73, of which (on joint ballot) Caperton received 57; Russell, 47; Floyd, 5.
The young continued, with varying results, up to 3 o'clock, when the Senate took a recess until 5 o'cl Senate:
For Caperton,--Messrs Armstrong, Hall, Branch, Carraway.
Christian, Jos Christian, , Jno Dickinson of Grayson, Frayser, Greever, Hart Johnson, Lynch, Massive, Quesenberry, Thompson, .
For Russell.--Messrs Bales, Newson, Pate, Pennyba, Robertson, , and Witton.
For Marshall.--Messrs. , Douglas, Isbell, , Marshall, and Whittle.
For Tucker,--Mr. Jas.
Adjourned at 8 o'clock.
House of Delegates.-- to adjournment, the House re-assembled at 10½ o'cl