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by eath individual owning or operating a . At o'clock the proceeded to the execution of the joint order, having for its object the election of senator. The roll being called, the 9th resulted: For Caperton--Messrs. A'darson, Armstrong, Earl, Francis, Carraway Jr. Christian of Augusta, Christian of Middlesex, Coghill, Fitzier, 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'clock. Afternoon Session.--The Senate re-assembled at 5 o'clock, and proceeded to bailor. Mr. Isbell moved to postpone the execution of the joint order ti