, of Buckingham
, nominated Hon. Thomas S. Bocock
moved that the election be unanimous.
also favored the election of this gentlemen.
Represented by Mr. Rives
, and no vacancy.
nominated Ex-Governor Smith
, of Fauquier
, and urged his claims.
wished to give the Convention
a choice, and nominated.
Robert E. Scott
, of Fauquier
The roll was called, resulting as follows: Smith
, 20 votes; Scott
, 62 votes.
nominated Hon. James M. Mason Mr. A. M. Harbour
nominated Hon. A. R. Boteler
. Mr. Barbour
urged the claims of Mr. Boteler
, and was replied to by Mr. Borst
, who reprobated any allusion in this Hall
to Whigs, Democrats, onto any old party distinctions.
The vote being called, Mr. J. M. Mason
received 54 votes and Mr. Boteler
Already represented by Judge Brockenbrough
, of Wetzel
, nominated Chas. W. Russell
, of Ohio county
nominated Mr. James Neeson
, of Marion
received 50 votes, Mr. Neeson
nominated Hon. Albert Jenkins
, of Cabell
nominated Robert Johnson
, of Harrison
received 33 and Mr. Johnson
Already represented by Mr. Staples
, of Lee
, nominated Mr. Walter Preston
, of Washington county
Nominations at large.
nominated Hon. Jas. A. Seddon
and Mr. Montague Hon. Wm. Ballard Preston
as delegates at large.
Both these gentlemen were unanimously elected.
On motion, the Convention
adjourned at 8 o'clock.
[In referring to the vindication of Judge Camden
in our report of the proceedings of the Convention
on Thursday, we inadvertently omitted the name of Mr. Woods
, of Barbour
, by whom that vindication was made.]