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Frederick, Mr. Creckott, Mr. Lyms, Mr. Hunter, and Mr. Hophins spoke in favor of the nomination. The nomination of Mr. Tucker having been communicated to the Senate by Mr. Gratton, the House proceeded with the 19th ballot with the following result: Caperton, 55, Russell, 19; Tucker, 32, scattering, , Joint vote — Caperton, 7; Tucker, 33; Russell, 34; scattering, 8. Whole number, 149, necessary to a choice, 75. There still being no election, the name of Mr. Tucker was dropped. Mr. Worsham renominated Mr. Tucker, which was communicated to the Senate. A massage was received from the Senate announcing that body had added the name of James Marshall, of Frederick, to the list of candidates. The Clerk again called the roll, and the twentieth ballot developed the following result: Caperton, 5; Tucker, 33, Russell, 11; Marshall, none. Joint vote — Caperton, 78; Tucker, 38; Russell, 23; scattering 8. Whole number, 187; necessary to a choice, 7 Hon. Allen T. Caperton, of