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By the Governor of Virginia.

--A Proclamation.--Whereas, a vacancy has occurred in the house of Delegates of this State by the resignation of G. L. Brown, Esq., late the Delegate from the county of Bedford: Now, therefore, I. John Letcher, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, have thought proper, by a writ of elation, issued and directed pursuant to law, to require an election to be held pursuant to law, to require an election to be held at the several places of voting in said county, on the twenty-Seventh day of the present month, December, of a member of the House of Delegates for said county, to supply the vacancy aforesaid.

Given under my hand as Governor, and under the Less Seal of the commonwealth, this 18th day of December, 1860.

By the Governor:
John Letcher.
Geo. W. Munford,
Sec'y of the Commonwealth. de 20--d&ctde

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