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Senators voting for Mr. Senter, were:

Aldridge, Cate, Eaton, Henderson, Keith, Lyle, Nelson, Patterson, Rodgers, and Wyatt-10.

Senators voting for Mr. Frierson, were:
Cary, Fuson, Garner, Norman, Parker, Senter, and Wisener-7.

There being no election, the Senate proceeded to ballot a fifth time, with the following result:

Norman,
Senter,
Frierson,

..7 --10

7

Senators voting for Mr. Norman, were: Eckel, Elliott, Frierson, Matthews, Smith, Underwood, and Wilson-7.

Senators voting for Mr. Senter, were:

Aldridge, Cate, Eaton, Henderson, Keith, Lyle, Nelson, Patterson, Rodgers, and Wyatt-10.

Senators voting for Mr. Frierson, were:

Carey, Fuson, Garner, Norman, Parker, Senter, and Wisener-7.

Mr. Parker withdrew the name of Mr. Frierson.

There being no election, the Senate proceeded to ballot a sixth time, with the following result:

Norman,
Senter,
Frierson,

12 ..11 - 1

Senators voting for Mr. Norman, were:

Eckel, Elliott, Frierson, Fuson, Garner, Matthews, Parker, Senter, Smith, Underwood, Wisener, and Wilson-12.

Senators voting for Mr. Senter, were:

Aldridge, Cate, Carey, Eaton, Henderson, Keith, Lyle, Nelson, Patterson, Rodgers, and Wyatt—11.

Senator voting for Mr. Frierson, was:
Norman-1.

There being no election, the Senate proceeded to ballot a seventh time, with the following result:

Norman,

..11 Senter,

11 Frierson, --

2 Senators voting for Mr. Norman, were:

Eckel, Elliott, Frierson, Fuson, Garner, Matthews, Parker, Smith, Underwood, Wisener, and Wilson-11.

Senators voting for Mr. Senter, were:

Aldridge, Cate, Carey, Eaton, Henderson, Keith, Lyle, Nelson, Patterson, Rodgers, and Wyatt-11.

Senators voting for Mr. Frierson, were:
Norman and Senter-2.

There being no election, the Senate proceeded to ballot an eighth time, with the following result:

Norman,--
Senter, ----
Frierson,---
Senators voting for Mr. Norman, were:

...10

12 2

Elliott, Frierson, Fuson, Garner, Matthews, Parker, Smith, Underwood, Wisener, and Wilson-10.

Senators voting for Mr. Senter, were:

Aldridge, Cate, Carey, Eckel, Eaton, Henderson, Keith, Lyle, Nelson, Patterson, Rodgers, and Wyatt-12.

Senators voting for Mr. Frierson, were:
Norman and Senter-2.

There being no election,
On motion of Mr. Nelson,
The Senate adjourned to 2 o'clock, P. M.

AFTERNOON SESSION.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. Mr. Rodgers, Speaker pro tem. in the Chair.

The Roll being called, and quorum present, the Senate proceeded to ballot a ninth time, with the following result:

Norman,
Senter,-
Frierson,

--10 ...12

2

Senators voting for Mr. Norman, were:

Elliott, Frierson, Fuson, Garner, Matthews, Parker, Smith, Underwood, Wisener, and Wilson-10.

Senators voting for Mr. Senter, were:

Aldridge, Cate, Carey, Eckel, Eaton, Henderson, Keith, Lyle, Nelson, Patterson, Rodgers, and Wyatt—12.

Senators voting for Mr. Frierson, were:
Norman, and Senter-2.

There being no election, the Senate proceeded to ballot the tenth time, with the following result:

Norman, Senter, Frierson,

..10 ..12 -- 2

Senators voting for Mr. Norman, were:

Elliott, Frierson, Fusun, Garner, Matthews, Parker, Smith, Underwood, Wisener, and Wilson-10.

Senators voting for Mr. Senter, were:

Aldridge, Cate, Carey, Eckel, Eaton, Henderson, Keith, Lyle, Nelson, Patterson, Rodgers, and Wyatt-12.

Senators voting for Mr. Frierson, were:
Norman, and Senter-2.

There being no election, the Senate proceeded to ballot the eleventh time, with the following result:

Norman.
Senter,
Frierson,

..10 ..12

2

Senators voting for Mr. Norman, were:

Elliott, Frierson, Fuson Garner, Matthews, Parker, Smith, Underwood, Wisener, and Wilson-10.

Senators voting for Mr. Senter, were:

Aldridge, Cate, Carey, Eckel, Eaton, Henderson, Keith, Lyle, Nelson, Patterson, Rodgers, and Wyatt—12.

Senators voting for Mr. Frierson, were:
Norman, and Senter-2.

There being no election, the Senate proceeded to ballot the twelveth time, with the following result:

Norman, Senter, Frierson, Wisener,

---10

12 1 1

Senators voting for Mr. Norman, were:

Elliott, Frierson, Fuson, Garner, Matthews, Parker, Smith, Underwood, Wisener, and Wilson–10.

Senators voting for Mr. Senter, were:

Aldridge, Cate, Carey, Eckel, Eaton, Henderson, Keith, Lyle, Nelson, Patterson, Rodgers, and Wyatt—12..

Senator voting for Mr. Frierson, was: Norman-1.

Senator voting for Mr. Wisener, was:
Senter-1.

There being no election, the Senate proceeded to ballot the thirteenth time, with the following result:

8 .-14

Norman, Senter,-Frierson,-Wisener,

1

1

Senators voting for Mr. Norman, were:

Elliott, Fuson, Matthews, Parker, Smith, Underwood, Wisener, and Wilson—8.

Senators voting for Mr. Senter, were:

Aldridge, Cate, Carey, Eckel, Eaton, Frierson, Garner, Henderson, Keith, Lyle, Nelson, Patterson, Rodgers, and Wyatt—14.

Senator voting for Mr. Frierson, was:
Norman-1,

Senator voting for Mr. Wisener, was:
Senter-1.

Mr. Senter, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was declared duly and constitutionally elected Speaker of the Senate.

On motion of Mr. Cate, Messrs. Norman and Frierson were appointed a Committee to conduct the Speaker to the Chair, who, on taking the Chair, addressed the Senate as follows:

SENATORS:—Feeling the importance and responsibility of the position you have assigned me, and fully appreciating the honor thus conferred, I hope that, in the discharge of the sometimes complicated and trying duties of a presiding officer, I may receive the support of the Senate; and with such support, I shall attempt to impartially preside over your deliberations.

On motion of Mr. Cate, the Senate proceeded to the election of a Principal Clerk.

The Speaker declared nominations in order.
Mr. Cate nominated D. M. Nelson, for the position.
Mr. Frierson nominated H. G. Flagg.

There being no further nominations, the Senate proceeded to ballot, with the following result:

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Senators voting for Mr. Nelson, were:

Aldridge, Cate, Eaton, Elliott, Fuson, Henderson, Lyle, Matthews, Nelson, Norman, Patterson, Parker, Rodgers, Wisener, Wyatt, and Wilson—17.

Senators voting for Mr. Flagg, were:

Carey, Eckel, Frierson, Garner, Keith, Smith, and Mr. Speaker Senter—7.

Mr. Nelson having received a majority of all the votes cast, was declared duly and constitutionally elected Principal Clerk of the Senate.

'he Senate then proceeded to the election of Engrossing Clerk, and, nominations being in order, Mr. Rodgers nominated William Baker, for that position.

Mr. Frierson nominated Jesse French.
Mr. Smith nominated Clay Newland.

There being no further nominations, the Senate proceeded to ballot, with the following result:

Baker,

-----------------10 French,--...-----------.................--------- 8 Newland,

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