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ery, McIntyre, Nash, Owens, Rose, Smalls, Swails, Whittemore, Wilson and Wimbush—24.

The PRESIDENT declared Messrs. Wimbush, Wilson, Smalls, Burroughs, Arnim and Hayes, having received the highest number of votes given, duly elected members of the Committee on Mines and Mining.

Mr. LESLIE nominated for members of the Committee on Printing, Messrs. Owens, Wimbush, Hayes, Foster and Maxwell.

Those who voted for the above members are: Messrs. Allen, Barber, Bieman, Burroughs, Cardozo, Corbin, Duncan, Duvall, Greene, Hayes, Holcombe, Johnston, Leslie, Maxwell, Montgomery, Nash, Owens, Rose, Swails, Whittemore, Wilson and Wimbush.—21. Mr. McIntyre voted in the negative.

The PRESIDENT declared Messrs. Owens, Wimbush, Hayes, Foster and Maxwell, having received the highest number of votes given, duly elected members of the Committee on Printing.

Mr. LESLIE nominated for members of the Committee on Privileges and Elections, Messrs. Owens, Hayes, Montgomery, Wilson, Barber and Burroughs.

Those who voted for the above members are: Messrs. Allen, Barber, Bieman, Burroughs, Cardozo, Corbin, Duncan, Duvall, Greene, Hayes, Hayne, Holcombe, Johnston, Leslie, Maxwell, Montgomery, Nash, Owens, Rose, Swails, Whittemore, Wilson and Wimbush.-23. Mr. McIntyre voted in the negative.

The PRESIDENT declared Messrs. Owens, Wimbush, Montgomery, Wilson, Barber and Burroughs, having received the highest number of votes given, duly elected members of Committee on Privileges and Elections.

Mr. LESLIE nominated for members of the Committee on Public Buildings, Messrs. Duncan, Holcombe, Allen and Cardozo.

Those who voted for the above members are: Messrs. Allen, Barber, Bieman, Borroughs, Cardozo, Corbiu, Duncan, Duvall, Greene, Hayes, Hayne, Leslie, Maxwell, Montgomery, Nash, Owens, Rose, Swails, Whittemore, Wilson and Wimbush.—21.

Mr McIntyre voted in the negative.

The PRESIDENT declared Messrs Duncan, Holcombe, Arnim and Cardozo, having received the highest number of votes given, duly elected members of Committee on Public Buildings.

Mr. WHITTEMORE nominated for members of Committee on Public Lands, Messrs Maxwell, Swails, Cardozo, Owens and Corbin.

Those who voted for the above members are:

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Messrs. Barber, Bieman, Burroughs, Cardozo, Corbin, Duncan, Duvall, Greene, Hayes, Hayne, Holcombe, Johnston, Leslie, Maxwell, Montgomery, Nash, Owens, Rose, Swails, Whittemore, Wilson and Wimbush—23.

The PRESIDENT declared Messrs. Maxwell, Swails, Cardozo, Owens and Corbin, having received the highest number of votes given, duly elected members of the Committee on Public Lands.

Mr. LESLIE nominated for members of the Committee on Railroads and Internal Improvements Messrs. Swails, Rose, Arnim, Bieman, Barber and Allen.

Those who voted for the above members are:

Messrs. Barber, Bieman, Burroughs, Cardozo, Corbin, Duncan, Duvall, Greene, Hayes, Hayne, Holcombe, Leslie, Maxwell, Montgomery, Nash, Owens, Rose, Smalls, Swails, Whittemore, Wilson and Wimbush—22. Mr. McIntyre voted in the negative.

The PRESIDENT declared Messrs. Swails, Rose, Arnim, Bieman, Barber and Allen, having received the highest number of votes given, duly elected members of the Committee on Railroads and Internal Improvements.

Mr. LESLIE nominated for members of the Committee on Retrenchments Messrs. Bieman, Greene and Johnston.

Those who voted for the above members are :
Messrs. Barber, Bieman, Burroughs, Cardozo, Corbin, Duncan, Duvall,
Greene, Hayes, Hayne, Holcombe, Leslie, Maxwell, Montgomery, Nash,
Owens, Rose, Smalls, Swails, Whittemore, Wilson and Wimbush—22.
Mr. McIntyre voted in the negative.

The PRESIDENT declared Messrs. Bieman, Greene and Johnston, having received the highest number of votes given, duly elected members of the Committee on Retrenchments.

Mr. LESLIE nominated for members of the Committee on Roads, Bridges and Ferries Messrs. Nash, Holcombe, Swails and Barber.

Those who voted for the above are:

Messrs. Barber, Bieman, Burroughs, Cardozo, Corbin, Duncan, Duvall,
Greene, Hayes, Hayne, Holcombe, Johnston, Leslie, Maxwell, Mont-
gomery, Nash, Owens, Rose, Smalls, Swails, Whittemore, Wilson and
Wimbush—23.
Mr. McIntyre voted in the negative.

The PRESIDENT declared Messrs. Nash, Holcombe, Swails and Barber, having received the highest number of votes given, duly elected members of the Committee on Roads, Bridges and Ferries.

Mr. LESLIE nominated for members of the Committee on the State Penitentiary, Messrs. Rose, Duncan, Bieman and Holcombe.

Those who voted for the above are:

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Messrs. Barber, Bieman, Burroughs, Cardozo, Corbin, Duncan, Duvall, Greene, Hayes, Hayne, Holcombe, Johnston, Leslie, Maxwell, Montgomery, Nash, Owens, Rose, Smalls, Swails, Whittemore, Wilson and Wimbush—22.

Mr. McIntyre voted in the negative.

The PRESIDENT declared Messrs. Rose, Duncan, Bieman and Hol-. combe, having received the highest number of votes given, duly elected members of the Committee on the State Penitentiary.

Mr. LESLIE nominated for members of the Committee on Contingent Accounts and Expenses of the Senate, Messrs. Nash, Rose, Arim and Wimbush.

Mr. SMALLS moved to strike out the name of Hon. W. E. Rose, and insert in lieu thereof the name of Hon. Geo. F. McIntyre.

The question was taken on agreeing to the motion of the Senator from Beaufort, and decided in the negative.

Those who voted for the above members are: Messrs. Barber, Bieman, Burroughs, Cardozo, Corbin, Duncan, Duvall, Greene, Hayes, Hayne, Holcombe, Leslie, Maxwell, Montgomery, Nash, Owens, Rose, Swails, Whittemore and Wilson —20. Messrs. McIntyre and Smalls voted in the negative.

The PRESIDENT declared Messrs. Hayne, Nash, Rose, Arnim and Wim bush, having received the highest number of votes given, duly elected members of the Committee on Contingent Accounts and Expenses of the Senate.

Mr. LESLIE nominated for members of the Committee on County Offices and Officers, Messrs. Whittemore, Foster, Corbin, Hayes, Duyall and Smalls.

Those who voted for the above members are: Messrs. Allen, Barber, Bieman, Burroughs, Cardozo, Corbin, Duncan, Duvall, Greene, Hayes, Hayne, Holcombe, Johnston, Leslie, Maxwell, Montgomery, Nash, Owens, Rose, Smalls, Swails, Whittemore, Wilson and Wimbush.—24. Mr. McIntyre voted in the negative.

The PRESIDENT declared Messrs. Whittemore, Foster, Corbin, Hayes, Duvall and Smalls, having received the highest number of votes given, duly elected members of the Committee on County Offices and Officers.

Mr. HAYES nominated for members of the Medical Committee of the Senate, Messrs Owens, Greene, Wimbush and Burroughs.

Those who voted for the above members are: Messrs. Allen, Barber, Bieman, Burroughs, Cardozo, Corbin, Duncan, Durall, Greene, Hayes, Hayne, Holcombe, Leslie, Maxwell, Montgomery, Mcintyre, Nash, Owens, Rose, Smalls, Swails, Whittemore, Wilcon and Wimbush.-24.

The PRESIDENT declared Messrs. Owens, Greene, Wimbush and Burroughs, having received the highest number of votes given, duly elected members of the Medical Committee of the Senate.

On motion of Mr. HAYNE, the Clerk was directed by the Senate to proceed to the House of Representatives and inform that body that the Senate had met, and was organized by the election of Hon. C. W. Montgomery President pro tempore, and was now ready to proceed with the business of the General Assembly.

RESOLUTIONS,

Mr. GREENE introduced the following resolution:

Resolved, That a ('ommittee be appointed by the President pro tem., (to act with a similar Committee on the part of the House of Representatives,) to wait upon His Excellency the Governor, to inform him that the General Assembly is organized and ready to proceed to business.

The Rules were suspended, the Resolution considered immediately and agreed to.

Messsrs. Greene, Whittemore and Wimbush were appointed said Committee.

Mr. CORBIN introduced the following Resolution :

Resolved, That a Special Committee on Unfinished Business, consisting of three members, be appointed by the President, to examine and report upon the unfinished business of last term, and the proper disposition thereof. Said Committee to report to-morrow, at 1 o'clock P. M., or as soon thereafter as possible.

The Rules were suspended, the Resolution considered immediately and

agreed to.

Messrs. Corbin, Leslie and Swails were appointed said Committee.
Mr. MAXWELL introduced the following:

Resolved, That a Committee of three, on the part of the Senate, be appointed by the President, to act with a similar Committee on the part of the House of Representatives, to wait upon His Excellency R. K. Scott, Governor, and Hon. A. J. Ransier, Lieutenant-Governor elect, and inquire when it will suit their convenience to qualify.

The Rule was suspended, the Resolution considered immediately, and agreed to

Messrs. Maxwell, Hayne and Owens were appointed said Committee. On motion of Mr. CORBIN, Rey. A. Webster, Chaplain elect, appeared at the President's desk and the oath of office administered to him.

At 3:30 P. M., on motion of Mr. HAYNE, the Senate adjourned.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1870.

Pursuant to adjournment, the Senate assembled at 12 M , and was called to order by Hon. C. W. MONTGOMERY, President pro tempore.

The roll was called, and, a quorum answering to their names, the President announced the Senate ready to proceed to business.

Prayer by the Chaplain.
The Journal of yesterday was read, corrected and confirmed.

ADDITIONAL SENATORS.

Hon. E. E. DICKSON, Senator elect from Clarendon County, and Hon. F. A. CLINTON, Senator elect from Lancaster County, appeared at the President's desk, presented their credentials, the oath was administered, and they took their seats.

Rev. Mr. Webster, Chaplain, asked and obtained leave of absence antil Tuesday next. MESSAGE NO. 2 FROM JIOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

The following Message was received from the House of Representa

tives :

IN THE HOUSE or REPRESENTATIVES,

COLUMBIA, S. C., November 23, 1870. Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Senale:

The House of Representatives respectfully informs your honorable body that the returns of the election for Governor have been received from the honorable Secretary of State, and, in accordance with constitutional provision, request your honorable body to attend in the hall of the

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