k town, Parish,Master, from New York:
E. J. Marsh. J. L Johnson, J. M. Kilbee. M. O. Calligan, Capt. Hoeckel. W. Hicks. S. Verty, W. White, J. M. Whitehurst, N. D. Hazard, James Speed.
G. Higgins, C. H. Cannister, Capt. John Daniels, Capt. Daniels, J. P. Andrews. Wm Heford, Jno. Harrington, James Clifton, Miss M. M. D. Draper, Miss M. Moors, Mrs. Starrett, Miss Mary Clarke, M. Wycott, Jno. Winand, F. F. Mead. M. Levis. Mrs. Fraetas and child.
P. N. Drake, Capt. B. Jones, Mrs. King. Wm. Robertson, Miss E. G. King, Miss King, Miss McKee, F. Willard, H. W. L. Temple, Mr. Burgess, Capt. A. B. Palmer. E. F. Fuller. E. A. Mason. G. Heineken, Mrs. Frank Cooper, Mrs. Chapeau and servant, O. A. Ashton, Col. Brown, U. S. A. Major Anderson, U. S. A., 50 men, Company D, U. S. Artillery, and laundress, for Fayetteville, N. C., and 34 steerage passengers.
Also From Norfolk. -- G. W. Davidson, K. Crenshaw. M. Devoto, Jos. Longinetti, G. B. Cook, Mrs. Montgomery, F. F. Ferguson, N. H. Burk
of the Relief Association, of Charleston, S. C., through Richard Caldwell, Esq.100.00
Also, nine large boxes, baskets, &c., containing everything useful to the hospital.
From Mrs. Dr. Wilburn, Mrs. William C. Eggleston, Misses Towns, Mrs. Mary Cocke and Miss Randall, ladies of Yallowbusha county, Mississippi, one box containing bed clothes, dried peaches, dried apples, wine, jelly, cordial, &c., &c. From Mrs. A. B. Miller, Junction S. S. R., Nottoway, one coop of chickens and one box of eggs; from Mrs. William Robertson, of Iberia, Louisiana, one box of clothing, bandages, &c.: from Mrs. Philip B. Jones, Orange county, Virginia, one bucket of butter; from Mrs. Eliza Fourqueran, of Halifax, Virginia, fifty chickens through Williams & Carrington; from Mrs. John W. Lampkin and other ladies, of Russell county, Virginia, box of clothing, &c.; from A. H., of Martinsville, two boxes and one barrel, wine, cordial, soap, &c., &c. Isaac.
Chairman Committee on Collections.
raway 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 varyin Caperton,--Messrs Armstrong, Hall, Branch, Carraway.
Christian, Jos Christian, , Jno Dickinson of Grayson, Frayser, Greever, Hart Johnson, Lynch, Massive, Quesenberry, Thompson, .
For Russell.--Messrs Bales, Newson, Pate, Pennyba, Robertson, , and Witton.
For Marshall.--Messrs. , Douglas, Isbell, , Marshall, and Whittle.
For Tucker,--Mr. Jas.
Adjourned at 8 o'clock.
House of Delegates.-- to adjournment, the House re-assembled at 10½ o'clock--.