ng that the name of Mr. Daniels was withdrawn from the nomination of the House.
Messrs. Robertson, Douglas, Collier, Neeson, Christian of Augusta, Alderson, Newman, Hart, Brannan, Wylie, and Newlon severally addressed the Senate, urging the elecnd Hart in behalf of Russell and Rives.
Messrs. Robertson, Douglas, and Alderson for Messrs. Hunter and Preston, and Messrs. Neeson, Brannan, and Wylier, for Mr. Russell, of Wheeling.
Mr. Robertson, at the conclusion of the debate, stated that on, Bruce, Christian of Augusta, Collier, Dickinson of P. Edward, Frazier, Hart, Harvey, Isbell, Logan, Marshall, Massie, Neeson, Newlon, Newman, Pennybacker, Robertson, Spitler, Thomas of Henry, Whittle, Wiley, and Witton.
For Wm. C. Rives--Messrs. Ball, Carraway, Christian of Augusta, Collier, Frazier, Hart, Marshall, Massie, Neeson, Newton, and Thomas of Fairfax.
Tellers were then appointed on the part of the Senate jointly with the tellers on the part of the House of Delegates to c