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The Daily Dispatch: February 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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intent and meaning of the State Constitution, and if not, whether the Constitution, in that respect, is still in force. American Agency. On motion of Mr. Christian, of Augusta, the vote ordering the bill concerning the American Agency to its engrossment, was reconsidered. Mr. Christian offered a substitute, when, on Mr. Christian offered a substitute, when, on motion of Mr. Johnson, the bill and substitute were laid upon the table. Secret session. On motion of Mr. Armstrong, the Senate resolved itself into secret session for the purpose of considering a communication from the Executive. After the doors were re-opened, a number of bills were taken up, and severally made the of Delegates, by Mr. Jones, of Gloucester, announcing the passage of a bill to authorize the organization of ten companies of rangers. Bill presented. Mr. Christian, of Augusta, by leave, presented a bill authorizing the civil authorities of the Commonwealth to render aid in arresting deserters from military service. Refe
M. L. Bonham. 5. James Farrow. 6. Wm. W. Boyce. Tennessee. 1. Jos. T. Heiskell. 2. Wm. G. Swan. 3. W. H. Tebbs. 4. E. L. Gardenshire. 5. Henry S. Foote. 6. M. P. Gentry. 7. Geo. W. Jones. 8. Thos. Meneese. 9. J. D. C. Atkina. 10. John V. Wright. 11. David M. Currin. Texas. 1. John A. Wilcox. 2. C. C. Herbert. 3. Peter W. Gray. 4. B. F. Sexton. 5. M. D. Graham. 6. Wm. B. Wright. Virginia. 1. M. S. R. Garnett, 2. J. B. Christian. 3. Jeb. Esyest. 4. Roger A. Pryor. 5. Thos. S. Bocock. 6. John Goods, jr. 7. J. P. Holcombe. 8. D. C. DeJarnetts. 9. William Smith. 10. A. R. Boteler. 11. Jno. B. Baldwin. 12. Waller R. Staples. 13. Walter Preston. 14. Albert G. Jonkins. 15. Robt. Johnston. 16. Chast W. Russell. Those marked with the have been members of the United States Congress. The number of old Congressmen will be thirty-three. New Congressmen, seventy-three. To