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etourt; Travis H. Epps, Esq., was nominated 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 y law, the Chairman requested gentlemen to prepare their ballots, to vote for President. Mr. Johnson suggested that each Elector, as he deposited his ballot in the box, should declare the name of the person for whom he voted. After the ballots were deposited, Messrs. Robertson and Johnson were appointed a committee to examine and count them. They performed the duty, and reported that and might not be recovered He wanted a clean sheet for the proceedings of this College. Mr. Johnson preferred the old one. He was for Union, and did not like to see a severance commenced here.positions as such Electors, and thus giving full effect to the popular vote of Virginia. Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, nominated Jos. Christian, of Middlesex, as Messenger to deliver the vote of the