ontague, of Middlesex, nominated John Bell Bigger, of the city of Richmond.
Mr. Wickham, of Henrico, nominated R. Landsay Walker, of New Kent.
Mr. Fordes, of Buckingham, advocated the election of Mr. Eubank.
the Secretary then proceedthe result of the vote was announced as follows:
Stephen C. Whittle6
S. Bassett French8
John Bell Bigger9
R. L. Walker11
John L. Eubank16
S. T. Walker19
Zephaniah T. Turner28
There being no election, the Conventioge majority.
A third unsuccessful ballot was taken, after which all the candidates except Messrs. Turner, Eubank, and R. L. Walker, were withdrawn.--This fourth ballot resulted — Eubank 58, Walker 51, Turner 19.
Mr. Wickham, of Henrico, then withdrew the name of Mr. R. L. Walker, and the fifth ballot resulted — Eubank 76, Turner 60.
So John L. Eubank was declared elected Secretary of the Convention.
Mr. Scott, of Fauquier, moved that when the Convention adjourn to-day, it will ad