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MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES,

SESSION OF 1874,

Accomac.-E. R. Bagwell, John Nee- Greenesville.-P. K. Jones. ley.

Halifax.-H. Clay Harris, Matt. Clark, Albemarle.—Richard G. Crank, B. H. J. B. Štovall, Jr. Magruder, John E. Massey.

Hanover.-William R. Winn, Reuben Alexandria.-J. C. O'Neal, John B. E. Gardner. Syphax.

Henrico.-Stephen N. Davis, T. W. Alleghany and Craig.-John A.J. Lee. Hoenniger. Amelia.--Henry Hill.

Henry-William W. Morris. Amherst.—Henry Loving.

Isle of Wight.-George H. Jordan. Amherst and Nelson.-Robert A. Cog- King George.-Thacker Rogers. hill.

King William.-Philip Gibson. Appomattox.-Joel W. Flood.

King and Queen.-William Hoskins. Augusta.-Marshall Hanger, Absalom Lancaster.-A. S. Nickens. Koiner, Alexander H. H. Stuart.

Lee.-Thomas S. Gibson. Bath and Highland.-Paul Lightner. Loudoun.--Mathew Harrison, John A.

Bedford.Granville L. Brown, James Carter. L. Campbell, William F. Graves.

Louisa.-George Turner, William P. Bland.-Andrew J. Grayson.

Lucas. Botetourt.-John J. Allen.

Lunenburg.-Wm. A. Nash. Brunswick.--Robert H. Whittaker. Madison. -Robert A. Banks. Buchanan & Wise.—Morgan T. Lipps. Mathews.-C. A. Bohannon. Buckingham.-Frank Moss.

Mecklenburg.-Ross Hamilton, George Campbell.-A. J. Clark, H. Howard W. Young. Withers, James Franklin, Sr.

Middlesex.-Robert L. Montague. Caroline.--John M. Hudgin, Samuel Montgomery.-Gabriel C. Wharton. A. Swann.

Nansemond.Samuel H. Boykin. Carroll.-Isaac Webb.

Nelson.-- Alexander B. Fitzpatrick. Charles City and New Kent.--Benja- Norfolk City.-Wm. E. Foster, Fredemin W. Lacy.

rick S. Taylor Charlotte.-Wm. R. Gaines.

Norfolk County.-R. G. L. Paige. Chesterfield.-Socrates Brooks, *John Northampton. —Peter J. Carter. W. Walke.

Northumberland. - Stark Jett. Clarke.-H. L. D. Lewis.

Nottoway.-J. P. Brady. Culpeper.-John R. Strother.

Orange.David Panniil. Cumberland.-James Lipscombe. Page.--William O. Yager. Dinwiddie.-Charles G. Bickings. Patrick.-James P. Critz.

Elizabeth City and Warwick.-Rufus Petersburg.--Godfrey May, James P. S. Jones.

Goodwyn. Esser.John T. Hoskins.

Pittsylvania.-William A. J. Finney, Fairfax.-Richard H. Cockerille. Langhorne Scruggs, James J. Lamkin.

Fauquier. Thomas Henderson, Bailey Portsmouth.-Philip G. Thomas. Shumate.

Powhatan.--Henry Cox. Floyd.- Joseph L. Howard.

Prince Edward.— Tazewell Branch. Fluvanna.-William D. Haden.

Prince George.--William Gilliam. Franklin.-Waddie T. James, William Princess Anne.-John L. Nash. Powell.

Prince William.-George C. Round. Frederick.-Robert W. Hunter, James Pulaski.-J. B. Alexander. H. Williams.

Rappahannock.- Thomas G. Popham. Giles.-Samuel E. Lybrook.

Richmond County.-Wm. W. Raines. Gloucester.-William B. Taliaferro. Roanoke.—Henry E. Blair. Goochland.-Edmund S. Pendleton. Richmond City. William S. Gilman, Grayson.-Peyton G. Hale.

Joseph R. Anderson, William LovenGreene.-Francis M. McMullan. stein, James H. Dooley, Robert Ould.

* J. W. Walke unseated; G. W. Friend elected.
† P. K. Jones unseated, and re-elected,

Rockbridge.--Chas. Armentrout, Jas. Stafford. Gustavus B. Wallace. D. Morrison.

Surry.-William McGonigal. Rockingham.-T. N. Sellers, E. J. Sussex.-James H. Van Auken. Armstrong.

Tazewell.-William P. Cecil. Russell.-Jack Carter.

Warren.-John T. Lovell. Scott.-James B. Richmond.

Washington.

--Seldon Longley, Abram Shenandoah. —H. H. Riddlebarger, Fulkerson. John W. B. Moore.

Westmoreland.-Frederick Griffith. Smyth.-Thomas H. Spratt.

Wythe.—Garland J. Holbrook. Southampton.-George E. Beaton. York and James City.—Robert NorSpotsylvania.-J. Horace Lacy.

ton.

INDEX.

ABINGDON ACADEMY OF MEDE- | Report of committee of conference CINE. agreed to,

420 Bill to incorporate; referred,

156 Report of committee of conference H. B. 220. Therefor; reported, 231 agreed to by senate,

435 Engrossed,

467 Passed,

508

ACTS. Passed senate,

526 Secretary of Commonwealth to furn

ish each member with copy of Code ABSENCE.

and acts of 1872–73, and 1869 and Leave of; granted, 38, '70; agreed to,

24 60, 62, 67, 71, 74, 78, 81, 83, 87, 90, 95, 98, 101, 105, 119, 122, 126, 169, 181,

ACTUAL SETTLERS. 185, 130, 134, 136, 139, 146, 150, 155, See Land Purchasers and Actual Set159, 165, 188, 197, 201, 206, 212, 216, tlers. 232, 235, 241, 244, 249, 258, 262, 271,

ADJOURN. 278, 291, 294, 297, 306, 316, 321, 353, Motion to, rejected,

214 357, 364, 368, 371, 376, 382, 389, 397, Motion to, agreed to,

314-15 403, 409, 411, 427, 432, 420, 436, 448, Motion to, rejected,

334-5 453, 460, 477, 491.

Motion to, rejected,

457 Refused,

500
Motion to, rejected,

362 Granted,

518
Motion to, rejected,

365-6
ACCOMAC COUNTY.
Motion to, agreed to,

374 Motion to, rejected,

378 Bill in relation to certain school

Motion to, rejected,

380 funds in; referred,

460
Motion to, rejected,

385 See Oysters.

Motion to, rejected,

415 ACCOMAC AND NORTHAMPTON. Motion to, agreed to,

Motion to, rejected,

504

505 S. B. 173. To amend Code in relation

Motion to adjourn over to a certain to hauling seines in the waters of;

time, rejected,

506 communicated and referred, 247-8 Reported,

281

ADJOURNMENT. Passed,

380

Joint resolution fixing day for adACTION OF DETINUE.

journment of General Assembly; See Detinue.

referred,

123 121. House joint resolution therefor; ACTIONS OF DETINUE.

reported,

158 Laid on table,

279 H. B. 46. Authorizing actions for the

Resolution to until first Wednesday recovery of specific personal pro- in December next; agreed to, 547 perty the delivery of the thing sued for to the plaintiff; referred, 89

ADJUTANT GENERAL. Engrossed,

103 Passed; title amended,

108

Resolution in relation to duties of Passed senate with amendments and superintendent of public buildings; referred,

285
referred,

67-8 Reported,

297

See Superintendent of Public Build

ings. Amendments of senate disagreed to, 325 Senate insist on their amendments; bill placed on calendar,

335

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL House insist on disagreement to sen

CHURCH AT STAUNTON. ate amendments and ask for a com- H. B. 295. Trustees of to execute mittee of conference, 378 a deed of trust; reported,

286 Resolution committee of conference S. B. 251. Authorizing to execute

agreed to by senate; committee deeds of trust; communicated and appointed, 387 referred

303

Beported,
315 | Passed,

386 Passed,

361 Amendments of house agreed to by senate,

393 AGRICULTURE, &c.

See Commissioner in Chancery. Bill to provide for publication, &c., of matter relating to; referred, 189

ALEXANDRIA COUNTY. H. B. 236. Reported,

235 S. B. 161. In relation to the records

of; communicated and referred, 256-7 AID-DE-CAMP. Reported,

261 Bill to abolish to governor; referred,

379 42

Passed, H. B. 86. Therefor; reported,

121

Bill to prohibit unlawful hunting, Dismissed,

151 &c. ; referred, 162

H. B. 214. Therefor; reported, 225 AIDS TO GOVERNOR.

See Alexandria City.-S. B. 32. H. B. 87. In relation to aids to gov

ALLEGHANY COUNTY. ernor; reported,

121 Engrossed,

163

Bill to provide for payment'to county Passed,

167

of-damages by construction of Passed senate,

217

Covington and Ohio railroad; referred,

98 ALBEMARLE COUNTY.

Report of committee on payment of Bill to authorize to borrow money to

judgments Covington and Ohio railroad; agreed to,

155 improve roads; referred,

98

H. B. 304. To provide for payment H. B. 74. Therefor; reported,

113 Recommitted,

to-amount of judgments for dam

162 Bill to provide for keeping in repair

ages Covington and Ohio railroad; reported,

294 the public roads in; referred, 177 H. B. 193. Therefor; reported, 220

ALLEGHANY IMPROVEMENT CO. Petition of citizens of-restoration of courts; referred,

217

S. B. 144. To incorporate; commuPetition of citizens of—increase of

nicated and referred,

370 sheriffs' fees; referred,

388 222

Reported, with amendment, Petition of citizens of for, &c., re

Amendment rejected; bill passed, 480 storing former jurisdiction of county courts, &c.; referred,

251

AMELIA COUNTY. Petitions of citizens of-sale of ar- Memorial of bar in relation to comdent spirits; referred,

364 pensation of sheriffs ; referred, 250 See Fences.

AMELIA AND POWHATAN. ALBRIGHT, WM. T.

Petition of members of bar of-inBill for relief of; referred,

126 crease of salary of judge of third H. B. 195. Therefor; reported,

220 judicial circuit.

See Circuit Judges.
ALDIE & LEESBURG TURNPIKE
COMPANY.

AMELIA SPRINGS.
See Leesburg and Aldie Turnpike Petition of J. Thompson Brown of-
Company.

fering to sell to the State for site

for Central lunatic asylum; reALEXANDER, JOHN H. & WM. R. ferred,

185 Petition of; referred,

51 Report of committee on erroneous

AMENDMENTS. assessment of lands; postponed, 117 See Constitution. Report of committee in relation to; laid on table,

206 AMERICAN & EUROPEAN LAND

COMPANY
ALEXANDRIA CITY.

S. B. 27. To incorporate; communiS. B. 32. To provide for a new regis- cated and referred,

163-4 tration ; communicated and re- Reported,

225 ferred,

234 Amended and ordered to third readReported, 257 ing,

275 Amended and ordered to third read- Passed,

379 ing,

380-1 | Amendment agreed to by senate, 387

AMES, JOHN W.
Ordered to third reading,

166 Passed,

171-2 Bill authorizing to erect a pier or wharf on Nansemond river; re

Amendment of house disagreed to ferred, 202 by senate, and placed on calen

179 H. B. 181. Therefor; reported, 211 dar, Amended and engrossed,

494 House recede from its amendment, 190–1 Passed,

570 Passed senate,

526

ASHLAND.

Bill to amend charter of town of;
AMHERST COUNTY.
referred,

131

131 Petition of members of bar of-in

H. B. 227. Therefor; reported,
Engrossed,

251 crease of pay of the judge of court

254

Passed, of appeals; referred,

266 Passed senate,

290 APPOMATTOX.

Senate joint resolution directing

keeper of rolls to return to senate Petition of members of bar, &c.

H. B. No. 227; agreed to,

291 See County Courts.

Motion to reconsider vote agreeing

to senate joint resolution rejected, 294 APPROPRIATIONS.

Passed senate with amendment; S. B. 345. Appropriating the public communicated and referred, 315

revenue for the fiscal year; com- Reported with amendment to submunicated and placed on the cal- stitute of senate,

320 endar,

505 Amendment of committee to substiLaid on table and printed,

511

tute of senate rejected; substitute Taken up from the table, 518 of senate agreed to

401 Amendment rejected; amendment agreed to,

523-4

ASSESSMENT OF TAXES. Amended; amendment rejected; bill See Taxes. ordered to third reading,

529

ASSESSORS. Motion to reconsider third reading Bill to amend act as to compensaagreed to; motion to reconsider

tion of; referred,

63 amendment agreed to; bill passed

Resolution in relation to duties of; and reconsideration rejected, 533-34

referred,

98 Amendments of house agreed to by Report of committee on agreed to, 110-11 senate,

538

H. B. 155. To amend Code in refer-
Inform senate,

534
ence to duties; reported,

187 ARCHER, JUNIUS L.

ASYLUMS. Memorial of,

68 Resolution to establish an additional asylum ; referred,

42 ARDENT SPIRITS.

Resolution in relation to encroachPetition to prevent sale of to con- ments of railroads on prisons, &c.; firmed drunkards, &c.; referred, 8 referred.

95 See Liquor.

ATLANTIC BRIDGE COMPANY. ARMS AND ORDNANCE.

S. B. 49. To incorporate; commuH. B. 175. To provide storage for, nicated and referred,

93 &c., of the State; reported, 206 Reported with amendment,

173 Engrossed,

439 Amended and ordered to third readEngrossment reconsidered, amend- ing,

183 ed and engrossed, 442-3 Passed,

190 Passed,

472 Amendment of house agreed to by Passed senate, 498 senate,

195

ARTIFICIAL LIMBS.

ATLANTIC, MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO Bill to provide ; referred,

42

RAILROAD COMPANY. H. B. 41. Therefor; reported, 86 Joint resolution directing work to be Engrossed,

100 commenced on Cumberland Gap Passed, 103 extention; referred,

160 S. B. 63. To provide ; communicated 260. House joint resolution thereand referred,

154-5 for; reported with a substitute, 262 Reported with amendments, 158 Becommitted,

272

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