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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.
Rives, 41; Russell, 33; Floyd, 28; Allen, 61, Caperton, 5; Wysor, 1, Whole number of votes cast, 147 Rives 29; Russell, 22; Floyd, 26; Allen, 28; Caperton, 1. The result was communicated to the S Rives, 29; Russell, 23; Allen, 29; Floyd, 9; Caperton, 1. The vote was communicated to the Senate s follows: Rives, 40; Russell, 43, Floyd, 35; Caperton, 31; scattering, 2--whole number, 151; necess 56. There being no election, the name of A. T. Caperton was dropped. An ineffectual attempt w Mr. Forbes, of Fauquier, re-nominated Hon. Allen T. Caperton, and the House proceeded to its 6th baballot, with the annexed result: Russell, 30; Caperton, 42, Floyd, 28; Rives, 6, Allen, 1. The comme eight ballot, which resulted — Russell, 30; Caperton, 35; Allen, 12; Floyd, 27; Rives 5. A meote, which they reported to be — Russell, 48; Caperton, 47; Floyd, 33; Allen, 15; Rives, 7; scatterie of Judge Allen was withdrawn and that of A. T. Caperton placed in nomination. Subsequently Judge [7 more...]<