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Captain W. H. Jones. Pittsylvania Volunteers, Captain C. H. Flournoy. Cumberland Volunteers, Captain Henry R. Johnson. Charlotte Volunteers, Captain John G. Smith. Second regiment. Colonel...Frederick Henningsen. Lieutenant Colonel...Frank Anderson. Major...--Lauson. Companies. Mississippi Rangers, Capt. Imboden. Richmond Blues, Capt. Lewis. University company, Capt. Crane. --company, Capt. McComas. Sykstown (Mississippi) Rangers, Capt. McDonald. --company, Capt. Farish. --company, Capt. Smeed. Third regiment. Colonel...J. L. Davis. Lieut.-Colonel...--Clarkson. Major...--Bacon. Adjutant...--Pearce. Companies. First company, Captain Semmes. Second company, Captain Pollock. Third company, Captain Jones. Fourth company, Captain A. R. Courtney. Seventh North Carolina regiment. Colonel...--Shaw. Major...E. D. Hall. Companies Cedar Creek company, Captain Nixon.
the prevention of the distillation of grain by distillers, or other manufacturers, other than that grown by themselves, was taken up. Mr. Collier moved to strike out the words "other than that grown by themselves," which was adopted. Mr. McDonald, of Hampshire, moved to amend by making it the duty of the Courts, the moment of the presentation, to cause the grain and property of the defendant to be seized. Mr. Sheffey moved to amend the amendment by giving the defendant ten days iner by providing for the prevention of the distillation of fruit as well as grain. Rejected. Mr. Wynne moved to amend by putting the bill in force on and after the 4th of March, and continue during the war, instead of from its passage. Mr. McDonald, of Logan, moved to amend the amendment by giving five days notice after the passage of the bill by both Houses. Mr. Wynne accepted ten days as a substitute, and the amendment was adopted. Mr. Bradford said that as it was evident tha
nated Mr. W. Cluskey, of Tennessee, and supported the nomination earnestly. Mr. Lyons, of Virginia, nominated Mr. McDonald, of Virginia, and earnestly supported the nomination. He spoke of Mr. McD's positions one of the editors of as influentad seriously labored for the maintenance of constitutional liberty. He hold it would be the pleasure of the house to Mr. McDonald, which would be an evidence on the part of the House, in his organization, to disregard former political opinion in thent. The Clerk then proceeded to call the roll, of the following result: First vote — Dixon 32, Cluskey 33, Johnson 21, McDonald 7. Miltons withdrew the name of Mr. McDonald, and the House proceeded to a second vote, as follows — Dixon 41, Cluskey 2Mr. McDonald, and the House proceeded to a second vote, as follows — Dixon 41, Cluskey 27, Johnson 19. being no election, a third and final vote was had, which decided the contest in favor of Mr. Dixon. Third vote — Dixon 44, Cluskey 16, Johnson 17. Mr. Dixon having received a majority of the votes call was duly declared elected