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ions, which were handed to the Chairman, to be disposed of. The Chairman announced the receipt of a letter from John R. Edmonds and others, which the Secretary read to the College as follows: "Richmond, Dec. 5, 1860. "Gentlemen: "Trefore we respectfully decline to take our seats in the Electoral College. "Very respectfully, your ob't serv'ts, "John R. Edmonds, "James Lyons, "R. A. Claybrook, "Wm. H. Anthony, "J. W. Massie." The Secretary next read the following letter fromA. B. Caldwell of Ohio, L. H. Chandler of Norfolk city, Joseph Christian of Middlesex, William Lamb of Norfolk city, John R. Edmonds of Halifax, James Lyons of Richmond city, Richard Claybrook, of Northumberland, W. H. Anthony of Botetourt, J. W. Ma to fill the place of Mr. J. W. Massie; and James. F. Johnson, Esq., of Bedford, was nominated to fill the place of John R. Edmonds, Esq. The vote was taken separately on the several nominations as made, and each of the nominees were unanimous