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ain renominated Mr. Floyd. Mr. Mallory renominated Wm. C. Rives. Several gentlemen addressed the House in advocacythe following result: Russell, 39, Caperton, 27; Floyd, 24; Rives, 2.--The result was communicated to the Senate and the joinry to a choice 7, of which Russell received, 7, Caperton 5, Rives 3, Floyd 30 scattering . There being no choice, the name ofeventh ballot resulted as follows: Caperton 35; Russell, 33 Rives, 2 Floyd, 6; Soldier, 5; Allen, 3, John Letcher . The comme Senate and the joint vote was : Russell 54; Caperton, 47; Rives, 26; 6; scattering, 13.-- who is number of votes cast, 14 ,to the ballot, with the result: Russell, 4; Caperton, 49, Rives, 11; scattering, 8. The result was transmitted to the Senate and the joint vote resulted; Russell, ; Caperton 68; Rives 1; scattering, 10--whole vote cast, 151; necessary to a choice, 7. There still being no choice, the name of Mr. Rives was dropped. Mr. Dunn, of Washington, again placed in nomination