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Murphy of Vermillion, Nowlin, Oneille, Ralston, Rawalt, Smith of Madison, Smith of Wabash, Stone, Stuart, Stuntz, Thompson, Voris, Walker of Cook, Walker of Morgan, Webb, Wheeler, and Mr. Speaker of thie Ilouse of Representatives; -67.

Those who voted for Mr. Dement, were

Messrs. Herndon, Lane, Maxwell, miils, Noel, Parker, Parrish, Warren, Whiteside of Pope, of the Senate, and

Messrs. Able, Barnett, Carpenter, Craig, Davidson, Davis, Diarman, Dollins, Douglass, Dunbar, Edmonston, English, Enloe, French, Galbreath, Green of Clay, Hankins, Hinshaw, Hunt, Lagow, Leary, Linder, Logan, McCormick, McClernand, Madden, Marrs, Minor, Moore of McLean, Murphy of Perry, Naper, Ojam, Pace, Reddick, Scarborough, Turley, Turney, Whitten, Witt and Wood of the llouse of Representatives;-49.

Messrs. Allen of Green, Hacker, Stadden and Wood of the Senate, and

Messrs. Crain, Dougherty, Happy, Lyons, Paullen, and Sheilds, of the House of Representatives, voted for Mr. Murphy.-10.

John D. Whitesides, having received a majority of all the votes given, was, by the Speaker of the Ilouse of Represcntatives, dcclared duly elected Treasurer of the State of Illinois.

The two Houses then proceeded to the election of Attorney General, and upon the vote being taken,

Usher F. Linder, received sixty votes,
Benjamin Bond, received fifty-four votes,
Scattering, twelve votes.
Those who voted for Mr. Linder, were

Messrs. Borough, Hacker, Maxwell, Mills, Nocl, Parker, Parrish, Pruyne, Warren, Weatherford and Wood, of the Senate, and

Messrs. Barnett, Cloud, Courtright, Craig, Crain, Davidson, Davis, Dement, Diarman, Dollins, Dougherty, Douglass, Dunbar, Edmonston, English, Enloe, French, Green of Clay, Hankins, Happy, Harris, Hinshaw, Lane, Leary, Logan, McCow. en, McClernand, Madden, Marrs, Minor, Moore of McLean, Morton, Murphy of Perry, Naper, Odam, Paullen, Ralston, Reddick, Scarborough, Shields, Smith of Madison, Stone, Turley, Turney, Walker of Cook, Walker of Morgan, Whitten, Witt and Wood, of the House of Representatives;—60.

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Those who voted for Mr. Bond, were

Messrs. Allen oi McLean, Browning, Butler, Edwards, Fletcher, Gatewood, Hamlin, Herndon, Lane, McLaughlin, Murray, O'Rear, Owen, Reilly, Ross, Servant, Thomas, Vance, Whiteside of Monroe, Whiteside of Pope, Wight and Mr. Speaker of the Senate, and

Messrs. Aldrich, Ball, Bently, Charles, Cullom, Dawson, Dubois, Edwards, Elkin, Green of St. Clair, Hardin, Hogan, Hucy, Hunt, Lagow, Lincoln, Lyons, McCormick, McMurtry, Minshall, Moore of St. Clair, Murphy of Vermillion, Nowlin, O'Neal, Rawalt, Smith of Wabash, Stuart, Stuntz, Thompson, Voris, Webb and Whccler of the House of Representatives;54.

Messrs. Allen of Green, Stadden and Turney of the Senate, and

Messrs. Able and Carpenter of the House of Representatives, voted for Mr. Shields;-5.

Mr. Craig of the Senate, and mr. Galbreath of the House of Representatives, voted for mr. Fisk ;-2.

Messrs. Hackelton and mitchell of the Senate, and mr. Pacc, voted for r. Prickett;-3.

Mr. Atwater, of the House of Representatives, voted for M. Eddy ;-1.

mr. Speaker of the House of Rep’s. voted for mr. Pierson.-1

No person having received a majority of all the votes given, the two houses proceeded to take another vote, when

Mr. Linder received 65 votes; mr. Bond received 51 votes; Scattering;---7. Those who voted for Mr. Linder, were

Messrs. Allen of Green, Borough, Hacker, maxwell, mills, Noel, Parker, Parrish, Pruyne, Stadden, Turney, Warren, Weatherford and Wood, of the Senate, and

essrs. Able, Barnett, Cloud Courtriglit, Craig, Crain, Davidson, Dement, Diarman, Dollens, Dougherty, Douglass, Dunbar, Edmonston, English, Enloe, French, Green of Clay, Hankins, Happy, Harris, Hinshaw, Lagow, Lane, Leary, L.0gan, McCormick, mc Cowen, McClernand, madden, marrs, miner, Moore of

McLean, morton, murphy of Perry, Naper, Odam, Paullen, Ralston, Reddick, Scarborough, Shields, Smith of Madison, Turley, Turney, Walker of Cook, Walker of morgan, Whitten, Witt and Wood, of the House of Representatives;-65.

Those who voted for mr. Bond, were

Messrs. Allen of McLean, Browning Butler, Edwards, Fletcher, Gatewood, Hamlin, Herndon, Lane, McLaughlin, Murray, O'Rear, Owen, Reilly, Ross, Servant, Thomas, Vance, Whiteside of monroe, Whiteside of Pope, Wight and Mr. Speaker of the Senate, and

Messrs. Aldrich, Ball, Bently, Charles, Cullom, Dawson, Dubois, Edwards, Elkin, Galbreath, Green of St. Clair, Hardin, Hogan, Huey, Hunt, Lincoln, Lyons, mcřurtry, minshall, koore of St. Clair, murphy of Vermillion, Nowlin, Oneille, Rawalt, Smith of Wabash, Stone, Stuart, Stuntz, Thompson, Voris, Webb and Wheeler, of the House of Representatives;-51.

Mr. Hackelton of the Senate, and Messrs. Atwater and Carpenter, of the House of Representatives, voted for mr. Prickcit;—3.

Bir. Craig of the Senate, voted for mr. Fisk;—1.
Mr. Mitchell of the Senate, voted for McConnell; 1.

mr. Pace of the IIouse of Representatives, voted for mr. Stickney;-1.

mr. Speaker of the House of Representatives, voted for Mr. Pierson ;-.

nr. Linder, having received a majority of all the votes given, was, by the Spcaker of the House of Representatives, declared duly elected Attorney General of the State of Illinois.

The two houses then proceeded to the election of a Public Printer, and upon the vote being taken,

William Walters, received 103 votes, William Hodge, received 5 votes, Robert K. Fleming, received 2 votes, Scattering 14 votes. Those who voted for mr. Walters, were messrs. Allen of Green, Borough, Browning, Butler, Craig, Edwards, Hackelton, Hacker, Lanc, maxwell, mcLaughlin, mitchell, murray, Nocl, O’Rear, Owen, Parker, Parrish, Pruyne, Rcilly, Ross, Stadden, Turney, Warren, Weatherford, Whiteside of monroe, Whiteside of Pope, Wight and Wood, of the Senate.

Messrs. Able, Aldrich, Atwater, Ball, Barnett, Bently, Carpenter, Charles, Cloud, Courtright, Craig, Crain, Davidson, Davis, Dawson, Dement, Diarman, Dollins, Dougherty, Douglass, Dunbar, Edmonston, Elkin, English, Enloe, French, Galbreath, Green of Clay, Green of St. Clair, Hankins, Ilarris, Hinshaw, Hogan, Huey, Hunt, Lagow, Lane, Leary, Lin

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der, Logan, McCown, McWurtry, McClernand, Madden,
Marrs, Minor, moore of McLean, murphy of Perry, murphy of
Vermillion, Naper, Nowlin, Odam, Oneille, Pace, Paullen, Řal-
ston, Rawalt, Reddick, Scarborough, Shield, Smith of madison,
Smith of Wabash, Stone, Stuntz, Thompson, Turley, Tur-
ney, Walker of Cook, Webb, Wheeler, Whitten, Witt and mr.
Speaker;-103.

Those who voted for mr. Hodge, were
Mr. Hamlin, of the Senate, and

Messrs. Cullom, Hardin, Lincoln, and Voris, of the House of Representatives;-5.

mr. Mills, and Mr. Speaker of the Senate, voted for mr. MCDowell.

Mr. Bond, and mr. Fletcher of the Senate, voted for mr.
Fleming.
Mr. Servant, of the Senate, voted

blank.
Mr. Thomas, of the Senate, voted for Samuel S. Brooks.
Mr. Vance, of the Senate, voted for mr. Lovelace.

Mr. Dubois, of the House of Representatives, voted for S. T. Sawyer.

mr. Edwards, of the House of Representatives, voted for R. Blackwell.

mr. Happy, of the House of Representatives, voted for A. G. Edwards.

Mr. Lyons, of thc IIouse of Representatives, voted for mr Douglass.

Mr. McCormick, of the House of Representatives, voted for Geo. Forquer.

Mr. minshall, of the IIouse of Representatives, voted for A. Dunlap.

mr. morton, of the House of Representatives, voted for Doct. Lyons.

Mr. Moore of St. Clair, of the House of Representatives voted for mr. Fleming.

mr. Stuart, of the House of Representatives, voted for Jones & Lucas.

Mr. Wood, of the IIouse of Representatives, voted for H. T. Pace.

Mr. Walters having received a majority of all the votes given, was by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, declared duly elected Public Printer of the State of Illinois.

The two Houses then proceeded to elect a Warden of the

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Penitentiary, and upon the vote being taken,

William Otwell received forty-five votes; Benjamin S. Enloe, received thirty-eight votes; John Bruner received thirty-one votes; Mr. Long received 12 votes.

Those who voted for Mr. Otwell, were

Messrs. Allen of McLean, Borough, Browning; Butler, Craig, Edwards, Gatewood, Hamlin, Herndon, Mills, OʻRear, Parker, Pruyne, Servant, Thomas, Vance, Wight and mr. Speaker, of the Senate. And

Messrs. Aldrich, Ball, Charles, Craig, Cullom, Dawson, Dubois, Edmonston, Edwards, Elkin, Hardin, Hogan, Hunt, Lincoln, Lyons, mcCown, mcmurtry, minshall, Naper, Rawalt, Smith of Wabash, Stone, Stuart, Thompson, Voris, Webb, and Wheeler, of the House of Representatives.—45.

Those who voted for Mr. Enloc, were

Messrs. Fletcher. Hacker, Lane, maxwell, Parrish, Warren, and Whiteside of Pope, of the Senate.

Messrs. Able, Barnett, Carpenter, Courtright, Crain, Davidson, Davis, Dement, Diarman, Dollens, Douglass, Dunbar, English, Galbreath, Green of Clay, Hankins, Lagow, Leary, Linder, Logan, McCormick, mcClernand, marrs, murphy of Perry, Murphy of Vermillion, Odam, Ralston, Scarborough, Turley, Witt and Wood, of the House of Representatives.38.

Those who voted for Mr. Bruner, were

Messrs. Hackelton, McLaughlin, mitchell, Noel, Reilly, Stadden, Turney, Weatherford, and Whiteside of Monroe, of the Senate.

Messrs. Atwater, Bentley, Cloud, French, Happy, Harris, Henshaw, Lane, madden, Minor, moore of McLean, morton, Oneille, Pace, Paullen, Reddick, Smith of Madison, Turney, Walker of Cook, Walker of Morgan, Whitten and Mr. Speaker of the House of Representatives.-31. Those who voted for Mr. Long, were

Messrs. Allen of Green, Bond, murray, Owen, Ross and Wood, of the Senate. And

Messrs. Green of St. Clair, Huey, moore of St. Clair, Nowlin, Shield and Stuntz, of the House of Representatives.12.

No person having received a majority of all the votes given, the vote was taken a second time and stood thus;

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