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Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 11
The New C. S. Senators. --Of the present Senatorial representation in Congress the terms of eight expire in February, to wit: Messrs. Clay, of Alabama; Johnston, of Arkansas; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Pre; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Presidency with Fillmore. The vacancies from the border States will probably be supplied by appointment, the Legislatures being unable to assemble for the purpose of filling them.
Arkansas (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 11
The New C. S. Senators. --Of the present Senatorial representation in Congress the terms of eight expire in February, to wit: Messrs. Clay, of Alabama; Johnston, of Arkansas; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Presidency with Fillmore. The vacancies from the border States will probably be supplied by appointment, the Legislatures being unable to assemble for the purpose of filling them.
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 11
The New C. S. Senators. --Of the present Senatorial representation in Congress the terms of eight expire in February, to wit: Messrs. Clay, of Alabama; Johnston, of Arkansas; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Presidency with Fillmore. The vacancies from the border States will probably be supplied by appointment, the Legislatures being unable to assemble for the purpose of filling them.
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 11
The New C. S. Senators. --Of the present Senatorial representation in Congress the terms of eight expire in February, to wit: Messrs. Clay, of Alabama; Johnston, of Arkansas; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Presidency with Fillmore. The vacancies from the border States will probably be supplied by appointment, the Legislatures being unable to assemble for the purpose of filling them.
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 11
The New C. S. Senators. --Of the present Senatorial representation in Congress the terms of eight expire in February, to wit: Messrs. Clay, of Alabama; Johnston, of Arkansas; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Presidency with Fillmore. The vacancies from the border States will probably be supplied by appointment, the Legislatures being unable to assemble for the purpose of filling them.
The New C. S. Senators. --Of the present Senatorial representation in Congress the terms of eight expire in February, to wit: Messrs. Clay, of Alabama; Johnston, of Arkansas; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Presidency with Fillmore. The vacancies from the border States will probably be supplied by appointment, the Legislatures being unable to assemble for the purpose of filling them.
The New C. S. Senators. --Of the present Senatorial representation in Congress the terms of eight expire in February, to wit: Messrs. Clay, of Alabama; Johnston, of Arkansas; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Presidency with Fillmore. The vacancies from the border States will probably be supplied by appointment, the Legislatures being unable to assemble for the purpose of filling them.
present Senatorial representation in Congress the terms of eight expire in February, to wit: Messrs. Clay, of Alabama; Johnston, of Arkansas; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Presidency with Fillmore. The vacancies f; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Presidency with Fillmore. The vacancies from the border States will probably be supplied by appointment, the Legislatures being unable to assemble for the purpose of filling them.
The New C. S. Senators. --Of the present Senatorial representation in Congress the terms of eight expire in February, to wit: Messrs. Clay, of Alabama; Johnston, of Arkansas; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Press; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Presidency with Fillmore. The vacancies from the border States will probably be supplied by appointment, the Legislatures being unable to assemble for the purpose of filling them.
Joseph E. Johnston (search for this): article 11
The New C. S. Senators. --Of the present Senatorial representation in Congress the terms of eight expire in February, to wit: Messrs. Clay, of Alabama; Johnston, of Arkansas; Johnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, ofJohnston, of Georgia; Baker, of Florida, Simms, of Kentucky; Phelan, of Mississippi; Clark, of Missouri; Davis, of North Carolina. Messrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Presidency with Fillmore. The vacancies from the border States will probably be supplied by appointment, the Legislatures being unable to assemble for the purpose of fMessrs. Johnston, of Georgia; and Baker, of Florida; have been re-elected. Mr. Phelan is superceded by J. W. C. Watson, and Mr. Davis by Wm A. Graham, formerly candidate for the Vice-Presidency with Fillmore. The vacancies from the border States will probably be supplied by appointment, the Legislatures being unable to assemble for the purpose of filling them.
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