Found 152 total hits in 48 results.
ing no choice, according to the rules of the House, the name of John B. Floyd would be dropped from the list of candidates.
Mr. Gratton,ecord his vote, he would again place in nomination the name of Gen. J. B. Floyd.
The Senate was informed of the nomination, and the House pro necessary to a choice, 74.
There being no choice, the name of John B. Floyd was dropped.
Mr. Richardson, of Mercer, re-nominated Gen. Gen. J. B. Floyd, which was transmitted to the Senate, and the House proceeded to the third ballot, with the following result; Rives, 23; Floyd, 27ge John J. Allen, and Mr. Lynn of Prince William, re- nominated John B. Floyd, and the House proceeded to the eight ballot, which resulted — Russell, 30; Caperton, 35; Allen, 12; Floyd, 27; Rives 5.
A message was received from the Senate asking the concurrence of the House in nt the vote, which they reported to be — Russell, 48; Caperton, 47; Floyd, 33; Allen, 15; Rives, 7; scattering 8; whole number 151; necessary
wing result: Rives 29; Russell, 22; Floyd, 26; Allen, 28; Caperton, 1.
The result was communice joint vote reported: Rives, 41; Russell, 39; Allen, 32; Floyd, 33; scattering, 3.
Whole number o 75.
So there being no choice, the name of Judge Allen was dropped from the list.
Mr. Marye, e was taken, again placed in nomination Judge John J. Allen, after which the House proceeded to itsth ballot, as follows: Rives, 29; Russell, 23; Allen, 29; Floyd, 9; Caperton, 1.
The vote was comm the following result; Rives, 41; Russell, 33; Allen, 35; Floyd, 35; scattering, 2; whole number, 1ves, 41, Russell, 26; Floyd, 28; Caperton, 23; Allen 1.
In due time the committee reported the joiives, 23; Russell 25; Floyd, 29; Caperton, 30; Allen, 1.
The committee retired, and after a brief t, which resulted — Russell, 30; Caperton, 35; Allen, 12; Floyd, 27; Rives 5.
A message was reying results, during which time the name of Judge Allen was withdrawn and that of A. T. Caperton pl