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Buckingham — E. S. Ellis, T. M. Bondurant, L. W. Cabell. Cabell — Ira McGinnis, H. H. Miller, P. C. Buffington. Calhoun — G, W. Silcott, Perry Hays, Harrison Ferrell. Campbell — Bowling Clarke, O G. Clay, C. H. Lynch. Caroline — W. C. Moncure, D. C. Dejarnette, W. A. Backner. Carroll — James J. Hill, Edmund Marshall, Wm. Kyle. Charles City — John A Selden, J. M. Wilcox, Hill Carter. Charlotte — Powhatan Bouldin, W. H. Dennis, J. W. Marshall. Chesterfield — Jas. H. Cox. Chas. T. Friend, S. Bassett French. Clarke — Ed. McCormick, John Morgan, H. M. Nelson. Clay — B. Stephenson, Marshall Triplett, Jacob Salisberry. Craig — R. M. Wiley, Andrew McCariney, C. C. Hill. Culpeper — James Barbour, J. O. Harris, J. H. Rixey. Cumberland — E. J. Harrison, T. H. Woodson, J. D. isbell. Dinwiddie — Thomas B. Hamlin, Wm. Turnbull, D. C. Worsham. Doddridge — Thomas Jones, T. F. M. Smith, E. A C'Donnell. Elizabeth City — James Barron Hope,
ffered a substitute, declaring the act perfectly constitutional, and advising obedience &c; which, together with the original, was laid upon the table, without discussion. The Speaker presented to the House a letter of resignation from Charles T. Friend, Esq, the delegate from Chesterfield, upon which. Mr. Rives offered a resolution, which was adopted, fixing the 22d inst as the day upon which the vacancy shall be filled by election the resignation of Mr. Friend, at his own instance, ch, together with the original, was laid upon the table, without discussion. The Speaker presented to the House a letter of resignation from Charles T. Friend, Esq, the delegate from Chesterfield, upon which. Mr. Rives offered a resolution, which was adopted, fixing the 22d inst as the day upon which the vacancy shall be filled by election the resignation of Mr. Friend, at his own instance, taking affect on the 20th. The House then went into secret season on the River Defences.
The Daily Dispatch: may 23, 1862., [Electronic resource], General Bull Nelson and his sick Regiment. (search)
Election in Chesterfield. An election was yesterday held in the county of Chesterfield for a member of the House of Delegates to supply a vacancy created by the resignation of Charles T. Friend, Esq. We have received no returns except from the Manchester precinct, where the polls stood: Ambers 159 Gates, 11; Tatum, 2.