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xecutive Department,March 26, 1861 Gentleman of the Senate: I nominate, and by and with the advice and consent of your honorable body hereby appoint, Captain Charles Dimmock, Colonel of Ordnance; Briscoe G. Baldwin. Captain of Ordnance; and P. G. Coohlan, Clerk, with the rank of Captain — in pursuance of an act of the General e number of officers, but I believe these will be found sufficient to secure the objects designed to be effected by the passage of the law. In nominating Captain Dimmock, I take the occasion to say, it is understood between us that he is to retain the command of the Public Guard, and to discharge the duties of Colonel of Ordna a Colonel of Ordnance in the United States service, on the 1st day ofJanuary, 1850, was $2,554.67, exclusive of forage for horses. The pay and allowances of Captain Dimmock, as Commandant of the Public Guard, exclusive of quarters, is $1,688.91. By the arrangement proposed, a Colonel of Ordnance and a Commandant of the Publi
ry parties in Logan county, was rejected. The resolution for suspending all appropriations to works of internal improvement, was laid on the table. A resolution to refer the proposed amendment of the Constitution of the United States to the Committee for Courts of Justice, was laid on the table. The Governor, under the provisions of the bill, passed this session, for the creation of an Ordnance Department, sent to the Senate the following nominations as officers of the Department: Capt. Charles Dimmock to be Colonel of Ordnance; Briscoe G. Baldwin to be Captain, and Capt. P. G. Coghlan, of the 179th Regiment, to be Clerk, with the rank of Captain — all most excellent nominations, and thoroughly worthy of being confirmed by the Senate, who will, at an early day, go into Executive session to consider them. The Tax bill was passed, also House bills changing the names of the State Lunatic Asylums, and re-charring certain banks. The House passed a bill appropriating money to pay f