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The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], A speech on Lincoln's message from a Newly-elected U. S. Senator. (search)
The Legislature. Both branches of the Legislature were occupied until a late hour yesterday in balloting for a Confederate States Senator. Eight ballots were taken, but without effecting an election. They agreed to postpone its further consideration until 10½ o'clock this morning. On the eight ballet, 150 votes were cast, requiring 75 to elect, of which Hon. C. W. Russell received 48; Hon. Allen T. Caperton, of Mercer, 47; Gen. J. B. Floyd, 33; Judge John J. Allen, 15; Hon. W. C. Rives, 7; scattering. 8.
Tory Outrage in Western North Carolina. --On Thursday night, 8th inst., a band of to from the mountains of East Tennessee, and Laurel, N. C., attacked the village of Marshal, Madison county, N. C., taking the citizens prisoners, and robbing the whole town of whatever valuables were moveable. When they left they said their next raid would be upon the armory at Asheville, N. C., A force of 300 men, under Col. Allen, of the 64th N. C. regiment, has been sent from Knoxville, to capture the marauders.
wing result: Rives 29; Russell, 22; Floyd, 26; Allen, 28; Caperton, 1. The result was communice joint vote reported: Rives, 41; Russell, 39; Allen, 32; Floyd, 33; scattering, 3. Whole number o 75. So there being no choice, the name of Judge Allen was dropped from the list. Mr. Marye, e was taken, again placed in nomination Judge John J. Allen, after which the House proceeded to itsth ballot, as follows: Rives, 29; Russell, 23; Allen, 29; Floyd, 9; Caperton, 1. The vote was comm the following result; Rives, 41; Russell, 33; Allen, 35; Floyd, 35; scattering, 2; whole number, 1ves, 41, Russell, 26; Floyd, 28; Caperton, 23; Allen 1. In due time the committee reported the joiives, 23; Russell 25; Floyd, 29; Caperton, 30; Allen, 1. The committee retired, and after a brief t, which resulted — Russell, 30; Caperton, 35; Allen, 12; Floyd, 27; Rives 5. A message was reying results, during which time the name of Judge Allen was withdrawn and that of A. T. Caperton pl[10 more...]
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