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s, and John Tyler, Wm. Ballard Preston, Samuel McD. Moore, James P. Holcombe, James C. Bruce, and Lewis E. Harvie, parties duly authorized to act in like manner for said Commonwealth of Virginia — the whole subject to the approval and ratification of the proper authorities of both Governments respectively. in testimony whereof, the parties aforesaid have hereto set their hands and seals, the day and year aforesaid, and at the place aforesaid — in duplicate originals. Alex'r H. Stephens,[Seal.]Commissioner for Confederate States. John Tyler.[Seal,]Commissioners for Virginia. Wm. Ballard Preston,[Seal,]Commissioners for Virginia. S. McD. Moore,[Seal,]Commissioners for Virginia. James P. Holcombe,[Seal,]Commissioners for Virginia. James C. Bruce.[Seal,]Commissioners for Virginia. Lewis E. Harvie,[Seal,]Commissioners for Virginia. Approved and ratified by the Convention of Virginia, on the 25th of April, 1861. John Janney, President. John L. Eubank, Sec'y.
The Daily Dispatch: April 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], Pruntytown, Taylor Co., Va., April 23d, 1861. (search)
duly sworn by him, shall perform the duties required of, and be liable to the penalties imposed upon, such officers under the election laws of this State. 8. The officers conducting the said election shall, on the day after the election, or as soon thereafter as may be, deliver the poll-books to their said commander, who shall forthwith forward the same to the Governor of this Commonwealth, who shall count the said votes in ascertaining the result of the said election in the State. 9. That the election for members of Congress for this State to the House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States, required by law to be held on the 4th Thursday in May next, is hereby suspended and prohibited until otherwise ordained by this Convention. Done in Convention in the city of Richmond on the 24th day of April, eighteen hundred and sixty one, and in the eighty-sixth year of the Commonwealth of Virginia. A true Copy, John L. Eubank, Secretary of Convention.