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Mr. Christie nominated Abraham Ellis, of Miami county.

Mr. Ellis received thirty-one votes.
Mr. Thomas received twenty-four votos.
Mr. Randolph received thirteen votes.
Mr. Barnes received six votes.

Messrs. Baker, Beeson, Bowman, Bradley, Brown 22d district, Brown 54th district, Campbell 55th district, Christie, Conrey, Donnison, Downing, Ellis, Gwartney, Hanson, Hawkins, Hiner, Hollenberg, Ide, Irwin, Jackman, Lattin, Means, Medill, Mitchell, Sayer, Snyder, Steel, Underhill, Vaughn, Walker and Williams voted for Mr. Ellis.

Messrs. Barrett, Bishop, Bottom, Broadhead, Cobb, Craft, Doathitt, Drake, Foster 30th district, Foster 40th district, Fullington, Gordon, Grover, Hidden, Hollister, Johnson 1st district, Johnston 70th district, Jones, Lee 17th district, Lee 19th district, Miller, Tucker, Ward and Weisback voted for Mr. Thomas.

Messrs. Alford, Campbell 33d district, Clark, Eskridge, Foreman, Harrison, Kinner, Loy, McCartney, Russell, Page, Saunders and Stratton voted for Mr. Randolph,

Messrs. Emery, Ford, Glick, Griffith, Lacock and Rogers voted for Mr. Barnes.

No person having received a majority of all the votes cast, the vote was again had with the following result:

Mr. Ellis received forty-one votes.
Mr. Thomas, twenty-six votes.
Mr. Randolph, six votes.

Messrs. Baker, Beeson, Bowman, Bradley, Brown 22d district, Brown 54th district, Campbell 55th district, Christie, Conroy, Deanison, Downing, Ellis, Emery, Ford, Foster 40th district, Griffith, Glick, Grover, Hanson, Harrison, Hawkins, Hiner, Hollister, Hollinberg, Ide, Irwin, Jackman, Jones, Kinner, Means, McCartney, Medill, Miller, Sayer, Snyder, Steel, Tucker, Underhill, Vaughn, Walker and Williams voted for Mr. Ellis.

Messrs. Barrett, Bishop, Bottom, Broadhead, Clark, Cobb, Craft, Douthitt, Drake, Foreman, Foster 30th distriot, Fullington, Gwartney, Gordon, Hidden, Johnson 1st district, Johnston 70th district, Lacock, Lattin, Lee 17th district, Lee 19th district, Miller, Russell, Stratton, Ward and Weisback voted for Mr. Thomas,

Messrs. Campbell 33d district, Eskridge, Page, Rogers and Saunders voted for Mr. Randolph.

Mr. Ellis having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected engrossing clerk.

Mr. Page nominated C. S. Lambdin, of Lyon county, for enrolling clerk.

Mr. Lambdin received seventy-four votes.

Messrs. Alford, Baker, Beeson, Barrett, Bishop,'Bottom, Bowman, Bradley, Broadhead, Brown 22d dist., Brown 54th dist., Campbell 83d dist,, Campbell 55th district, Clark, Christie, Cobb, Conrey, Craft, Dennison, Douthitt, Downing, Drake, Ellis, Emery, Eskridge, Ford, Foreman, Foster 30th dist., Foster 40th dist., Fullington, Glick, Gor. don, Griffith, Gwartney, Hanson, Harrison, Hawkins, Hidden, Hiner, Hollinberg, Hollister, Ide, Irwin, Jackman, Johnson 1st dist., John. ston 70th district, Jones, Kinner, Lacock, Lattin, Lee 17th district, Lee 19th district, Loy, Means, McCartney, Medill, Miller, Mitchell, Page, Rogers, Russell, Saunders, Sayer, Snider, Steel, Stratton, Tucker, Underhill, Vaughn, Walker, Ward, Weisback and Williams voted for Mr, Lambdin.

Mr. Lambdin having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected enrolling clerk,

Mr. Stratton nominated H, A. Burgess, of Johnson county, for sergeant-at-arms.

The following are those who voted for Mr. Burgess :

Messrs. Alford, Baker, Beeson, Barrett, Bishop, Bottom, Bow. man, Broadhead, Brown 22d district, Brown 54th district, Campbell 33d district, Campbell 55th district, Clark, Christie, Cobb, Conrey, Craft, Dennison, Douthitt, Downing, Drake, Ellis, Emery, Eskridge, Ford, Foreman, Foster 30th district, Foster 40th district, Fullington, Glick, Gordon, Griffith, Grover, Gwartney, Hanson, Harrison, Hawkins, Hidden, Hiner, Hollenberg, Hollister, Ide, Irwin, Jackman, Johnson 1st district, Johnston 70th district, Kinner, Lacock, Lattin, Lee 17th district, Lee 19th district, Loy, Means, McCartney, Medill, Miller, Mitchell, Page, Rogers, Russell, Sayer, Snider, Saunders, Steel, Stratton, Tucker, Underhill, Vaughn, Walker, Ward, Weisback and Williams.

Mr. Burgess having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected sergeant-at-arms.

Mr. Ford nominated J. S. Dymon, of Douglas county, for assistant sergeant-at-arms.

Mr. Gordon nominated Edward Cobb, of Davis county,
Mr. Cobb received sixty-eight votes.
Mr. Dymon received four votes.

Messrs. Alford, Baker, Beeson, Barrett, Bishop,'Bottom, Bowman, Bradley, Broadhead, Brown 22d district, Brown 54th dist., Campbell 33d district, Campbell 55th district, Clark, Christie, Cobb, Conrey, Craft, Dennison, Douthitt, Downing, Drake, Eskridge, Ford, Foreman, Foster, 30th district, Foster 40th district, Fullington, Glick, Gordon, Griffith, Grover, Gwartney, Hanson, Harrison, Hawkins, Hidden, Hiner, Hollenberg, Hollister, Ide, Irwin, Jackman, Johnson 1st district, Johnston 70th district, Jones, Kinner, Lacock, Lattin, Lee 17th district, Lee 19th district, Loy, Means, McCartney, Medill, Miller, Mitchell, Page, Rogers, Russell, Saunders, Sayer, Snider, Stratton, Tucker, Underhill, Walker, Ward, Weisback and Williams voted for Mr. Cobb.

Mr. Cobb having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected as assistant sergeant-at-arms.

Messrs. Horace Gibbs, Jog. Sweeting, Wm. Tucker, Mr. Craw. ford, Mr. Franklin, A. T. Cleminson, Graham, Downing and Drew were put in nomination for door-keeper,

Mr. Gibbs received thirteen votes.
Mr. Crawford received four votes.
Mr. Franklin received two votes.
Mr. Graham received three votes.
Mr. Downing received fourteen votes.
Mr. Drew received seven votes.
Mr. Clemidson received ten votes.
Mr. Sweeting received twenty votes.

No person having received a majority of all the votes cast, the roll was again called and the vote resulted as follows:

Mr. Gibbs received twelve votes.
Mr. Sweeting received twenty-three votes.
Mr. Cleminson received fifteen votes.
Mr. Downing received twenty-one votes.
Mr. Graham received three votes.

No person having received a majority of all the votes cast, it was unanimously agreed that the names of all candidates, excepting the two receiving the highest vote, should be dropped.

The vote was again taken with the following result:
Mr. Sweeting received twenty-nine votes.
Ur, Downing received forty-four votes,

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Mr. Downing having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected door-keeper.

Messrs. Tuttle, Farran, Williams, Bennett, Murphy, Batty, Griffith and Steele were nominated for pages.

The vote was taken with the following result:
Frank Tuttle received seven potes.
Joseph D. Farran received thirty votes.
Clay Williams received nineteen votes.
William Bennett received thirteen votes.
Marcus Murphy received four votes.
R. T. Bally received two votes.
W. R. Griffith received fifty-two votes.
R. Steel received seven votes:

W. R. Griffith having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected one of the pages of the House.

No other person having received a majority, on motion of Mr. Russell, all names, except those two having the highest vote, were dropped.

The roll was called with the following result :
J. D. Farran received fifty votes.
Clay Williams received twenty votes.

J. D. Farran having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected.

The oath of office was administered by the Speaker to the following officers :

A. R. Banks, chief clerk,
John W. Day, assistant clerk.
H. P. Welsh, journal clerk.
C. S. Lambdin, enrolling clerk.
H. A. Burgess, sergeant-at-arms.
D. Cobb, assistant sergeant-at-arms.
Ed. Donnard, door-keeper.
Wm. R. Griffith and J. D. Farran, pages.

On motion, the House adjourned to meet tomorrow at 9 o'clook A. M,

A. R. BANKS, Chief Clerk House of Representatives.

WEDNESDAY, January 14, 1863, 9 o'clock A. M. House called to order. Speaker in the chair. Roll called. Quorum present. Journal of yesterday read and approved. The following message was received from the Senate :

MR. SPEAKER :- I am directed to notify the House that the Senate has organized by the election of John Francis, Secretary; J. G. Otis, Assistant Secretary; William Boulton, Journal Clerk; D. Wilson, Docket Clerk; John Van Horn, Engrossing Clerk; A. J. Cook, Sergeant-at-Arms; Leury Crandall, Doorkeeper, and A. S. Bartlett, Messenger, and is now ready for the transaction of business.

JOHN FRANCIS, Secretary. Mr. Glick offered the following resolution, which was adopted :

Resolved, That the clerk notify the Senate that the House have organized, and are ready to proceed to business.

Mr. Eskridge offered the following resolution, which was adopted

Resolved, That the clerk prepare slips of paper, with the name of: each county written thereon; that when thus prepared they be deposited promiscuously in a box, and that as the clerk draws a slip from the box, he shall announce the name of the county on said slip, when the members from such county shall have the privilege to come forward and select seats from among such as shall remain unselected.

Mr. Ide offered the following resolution, which was adopted :

Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed on the part of House to act with such committee on the part of the Senate to notify the Governor that the two Houses are organized and ready to receive any communication from him that he may see proper to make.

Mr. Medill offered the following resolution, which was adopted :

Resolved, That we adopt the rules of the House of Representatives of the last Legislature of the State of Kansas, and the joint rules of the two Houses of said Legislature, for the government of this body, till otherwise provided for.

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