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m. Lynch, between 12 and 2 P. M., the 59th Reg't Va. Vols., (Col. Henningsen's regiment,) Lieut. Col. Anderson commanding, and two companies of the 49th Reg't Va. Vols., Captains O. Jennings Wise and , of which 400 were in the batteries. The pickets having been driven in by the enemy, Lieut. Col. Frank Anderson ordered down twenty men under Capt. O. J. Wise, (ten of the Richmond Blues, 49th Virgifall back to the barricade. There were then at the barricade and under the command of Lieut. Col. Frank Anderson, eight companies of the 59th regiment Virginia volunteers, two companies of the 49th rther with Cols. Jordan and Green and Major Fry, and their regiments and companies. I saw Lieut. Col. Anderson before leaving, and offered to take him off. He seemed much distressed, but said he could wounded, and volunteering on this occasion, was wounded five times in ten fights in Nicaragua; Anderson, the Commander of the barricade, was the man who took Castillo, Williamson, who during the figh
e failure of several counties to elect members, they being in the hands of the Federalists, there are only one hundred and twenty-six members actually returned to the House of Delegates, whereas, if all the counties were represented, the number would be 152. The resolution of Mr. Hunter sought to make a majority of 125 a constitutional majority. Upon the question of adopting the resolution a long debate ensued, in which it was supported by Messrs. Hunter, Green, Robertson of Richmond, Anderson, Steger, and Forbes, and opposed by Messrs. Collier, Harrison, Fleming, Rutherfoord, and Buford. The resolution is as follows: Resolved, That the true construction of the 26th section of the 4th article of the Constitu of Virginia, requiring the concurrent vote of a majority only of all members actually elected to each House, on the passage of every act which imposes, continues or creates a debt or charge, &c. And it having been ascertained, in the judgment of the House, that only