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The Daily Dispatch: May 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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oghill, of Amherst, thought if the Senate adjourned till-eight P. M., and authorized the Sergeant-at-Arms to bring in absentees, the result desired by the Senator from Bedford could be attained. Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, suggested that a recess be taken until 6 P. M., rather than 8 P. M. By so doing the m age of the Governor could be received, and he thought it important that it should be. Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, offered a resolution that the Sergeant-at- Arms be directed to go after such Senators as are in convenient distances of the city, unless by to-morrow morning he shall ascertain there is a quorum. The resolution was adopted. Mr. Queenbury, of Caroline, moved an adjournment to 12 o'clock to-morrow. Mr. Newman, of Mason, thought the Senate had latter adjourn until this evening at 8 o'clock; in order to transact, if possible, important Business. The motion adjourning the Senate until 12 o'clock to-morrow was then put and carried — ayes 15 nays 8