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-A resolution that a joint committee of five members on the part of the House and three on the part of the Senate be appointed to inquire into the expediency of fixing an early day to proceed to the election of two Senators to represent the State of Virginia in the Senate of the United States.
Mr. Garnett, of Essex, offered as a substitute, which was accepted by Mr. Pate, a resolution that, the Senate concurring, this House will proceed, on the — day of--,to the election of two Senators to represent the State of Virginia in the Senate of the United States.
Mr. Joynes moved to lay the resolution on the table.
We had accepted the Alexandria Constitution, and must accept all its acts.--This Legislature had come here under the Constitution under which Mr. Segar and Judge Underwood were elected.
Mr. Heennon thought the resolution had better go to a committee.
It might be found expedient to request the present Senators to resign.
Mr. Wilson, of Lynchburg, concurred wi