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late of Wight; Doorkeeper, Francis V. Sutton, of Richmond city. After the organization of the Senate was effected the message of the Governor was read and the body adjourned. In the House the old Clerk, Wm. F. Gordon, Esq., read the Proclamation of the Governor convening the Legislature. An election for officers of the House then took place, with the following result. Speaker, Hugh W. Sheffey, of Augusta; Clerk, Wm. F. Gordon, of Albemarle; Sergeant-at-Arms, Robert W. Burke, of Augusta; First Doorkeeper, Samuel Freeman, of Richmond city; Second Doorkeeper, George W. Wilson, of Botetourt. On assuming the duties of the Chair Mr. Shelby addressed the House in eloquent and appropriate terms, after which the Message of the Governor was read. On motion of Mr. Fleming, of High land, 1,200 copies of the Message were ordered to be printed for the use of the members of the House. The remainder of the day was expended in the discussion of the rules of the House.