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Taking possession. --On Friday night last, Granville Montelle, Samuel Trewaller and Richard Pettress, went to the house of a woman named Nannie Waddell on 2d street, and not finding her at home, took possession and retired to bed. She afterwards returned and demanded admission, but the occupants refused to open the door. She then procured the aid of watchman Carter, who was admitted without parley, and the three individuals were conducted to the station-house. On Saturday the Mayor committed them to jail, in default of security to keep the peace. After disposing of the above case, the Mayor took advantage of the opportunity to investigate another charge against Granville Montelle, for disorderly conduct in the street and beating Michael Long. The accused was remanded to answer an indictment for misdemeanor.
glass Early, Finney, Gatewood, Greever, Hubbard, Isbell, Layne, Logan, Lynch, McKenney, Nash, Neeson, Newman, Paxton, Pennybacker, Quesencerry, Richmond, Rives, Taliaferro, and Thompson 30. Nays.--Messrs. Armstrong, Caldwell, Carraway, Jr., Carter, Critcher, French, Johnson, Marshall Massie, Neal Newton, Pate, Stuart Thomas of Fairfax, Townes, Urquhart, and Wickham 17. Senate bill No. 1, to provide for electing members of a Convention, and to convene the same, was then taken up, when. Mr. Carter, of Loudon, proposed to amend the first section by inserting a clause submitting the action of the Convention to the people for their adoption or rejection, &c. Mr. Douglass opposed the amendment, and at the close of his remarks he read a dispatch from Washington, which had been handed him since he arose, stating that the cowardly wavering or non-action of the Legislature of Virginia had made the Black Republicans more jubilant and intolerant. Mr. Rives favored the ame
said it was exactly the bill he wanted except it did not give one more day in getting here — provided there was a big snow at the time. In the said Convention, for God's sake, and for the sake of harmony, let us keep out of it the submissionists and red-hot fire eaters, and let us have the hard-sense and good-thinking men of the State to represent us. The bill was then passed by the following vote: Yeas.--Messrs. Armstrong, August, Brannon, Bruce, Caldwell, Carson, Carraway, Jr., Carter, Claiborne, Coghill, Critcher, Day, Dickinson of Grayson, Dickinson of Prince Edward, Douglass, Early, French, Gatewood, Greever, Hubbard, Isbell, Johnson, Logan, Lynch, Marshall, Massie, McKenney, Nash, Neal, Neeson, Newton, Newman, Pate, Paxton, Pennybacker, Quesenberry, Richmond, Rives, Stuart, Thomas of Fairfax, Thomas of Henry, Thompson, Townes, Urquhart, and Wickham 45. Nays.--Fanney--1. The following is the bill as amended by the Senate: A bill to provide for electing m
year of our Lord, 1861. The yeas and nays were demanded, with the following result: Yeas--Messrs. Crutchfield, (Speaker,) Allen, Anderson, Baily, Ballard, Barbour, Baskervill, Bass, Bassel, Bell, Boisseau, Burkes; Caperton, Carpenter, Carter, Chapman, Childs, Claiborne, Duckwall, Edwards, Evans, Friend, Garrett, J. T. Gibson, J. Gilmer, Graham, Grattan, Haymond, Hunter, James, C. H. Jones, W. T. Jones, Kaufman, Kemper, Kincheloe, Lundy, Lynn, Mallory, J. G. McDowell, McGehee, Medley,ll, which was done, with the following result: Yeas.--Messrs. Alderson, Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Bailey, Ball, Ballard, Barbour, Baskervill, Bass, Bassel, Bell, Bentley, Bisbie, Boisseau, Booker, Boreman, Brown, Burkes, Caperton, Carpenter, Carter, Cassin, Chapman, Childs, Christian, Claiborne, Coleman, Collier, Cowan, Crane, Crump, Davis, Dickenson, Duckwall, Edgington, Edwards, Evans, Ferguson, Ferrill, Fleming, Friend, Frost, Garrett, John T. Gibson, Jno. Gilmer, C. H. Gilmer, Goodycoon