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The Daily Dispatch: February 15, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
Childress, J. E. Crouch, Milton Cragwall, * Otho Carter, *W. E. Clark, *Dr. Duval, Pryor Drumwright, * Tom Dunn, * Henry Davenport, *Joe Drinker, * Napoleon Elliott, *Tom Eads, Bill Farmer, *George Fisher, *J. B. Gathright, *J. R. Gathright, * Peter Guerrant, * Marcellus Gentry, *Oscar Gilliam, T. G. Holman, F. O. Harris, Jim Hughes, * Frank Hall, Ben Johnson, * Hawton Johnson, G. G. Johnson, * George Kasee, * George Lane, *Josiah Leake, Henry Leadbetter, G. J. Loyall, *Parson Loyall, * Pat Loving, Rat Long, W. C. Malone, Tom Amos, Julian Branch, J. H. Bowles, * J. C. Bowden, Ed. Clough, J. H. Childress, * Luther Childress, W. M. Crouch, * George Cardwell, Robert Clements, W. E. Dennis, J. D. Drumwright, J. H. Dickerson, * William Davenport, J. E. Dugings, William Edwards, *Daniel Eads, J. L. Farmer, Dick Foster, T. M. Gathright, * M. H. Gathright, W. A. Gray, * Will
r to allow gentlemen to change their votes on the last ballot for Doorkeeper. The motion was carried, and seven members, who had voted for other candidates, recorded their votes for Mr. Benjamin R. Linkous, who was then declared to have received a majority, and was therefore elected First Doorkeeper. Mr. Tredway moved that Samuel H. Jeter be appointed Second Doorkeeper. Mr. Speed thought such a course would not be entirely just to other applicants. He desired to nominate Mr. Josiah Leake, of Goochland. Mr. Tredway withdrew his motion. Mr. Cox nominated Wm. Welsh, of Chesterfield. The motion to adjourn was renewed, and again withdrawn. Commissioners from other States. The President submitted the following communication from the Governor of the Commonwealth: Executive Department, Feb. 14, 1861. Gentlemen of the Convention: I have the honor to communicate herewith the credentials of the Hon. John S. Preston, a Commissioner duly appointed
Congressional. Washington,Feb. 14.-- House.--Mr. Leake, of Virginia, asked (but was refused) permission to introduce a resolution for the appointment of a select committee, to inquire whether the Superintendent of the Census Bureau has not abused his position, by sending speeches to the heads of families in Virginia, or elsewhere. Mr. Pryor, rising to a question of privilege, submitted a preamble, reciting the statement of the Washington correspondent of the New York Times, charging certain seceding members of Congress with having stolen books from the Congressional Library for the Southern Confederacy, and concluding with a resolution appointing a committee to investigate said charge. Passed. Mr. Stanton, of Ohio, made some personal remarks relative to his colleague, Mr. Cox, in the Committee of Thirty-Three. Mr. Howard, of the "Conspiracy" Committee, reported that there was no evidence of any intention on the part of lawless persons to seize the public buildings