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OF

THE SENATE

OF

THE STATE OF OHIO:

BEING THE FIRST SESSION

OF THE

FORTY-SEVENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY,

HELD IN THE CITY OF COLUMBUS, COMMENCING ON

MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1848.

VOL. XLVII.

COLUMBUS:
S. MEDARY, PRINTER

1849.

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CITY OF COLUMBUS,

MONDAY, December 4, 1848. At a session of the forty-sixth General Assembly of the State of Ohio, under the Constitution of said State, convened in the City of Columbus, on Monday, the 4th day of December, A. D., 1848, being the first Monday of said month, the following named members, quali fied at the last session, appeared and took their seats, viz:

From the counties of

Adams, Highland, and PikeJonas R. Emrie.

Allen, Putnam, Mercer, Vanwert, Paulding, Defiance, Williams, and Henry-Sabirt Scott.

Ashtabula and Lake-Brewster Randall.
Athens and MeigsHorace S. Horton.
Belmont and Monroe-Edward Archbold.
Champaign, Logan, Union, and HardinJoshua Judy.
Clermont and Brown—Benjamin Evans.
Clinton, Fayette, and Greene-Franklin Corwin.
Columbiana-Fisher A. Blocksom.
Cuyahoga and Geauga-Franklin T. Backus.
Gallia, Lawrence, Jackson, and Scioto-William Kendall.
Guernsey and CoshoctonPeter B. Ankeny.
Muskingum-Charles B. Goddard.
Ross and Hocking-Wesley Claypool.
Richland-Barnabas Burns.
Carroll and Tuscarawas-Alden J. Bennett.
Washington, Morgan,

and PerryIsaac Haines. Hamilton-James H. Ewing.

'The following named gentlemen appeared, produced certificates of their election, and being duly qualified by oath or affirmation, as prescribed by the Constitution of the State, took their seats in the Senate Chamber, viz:

From the counties of

Butler-Valentine Chase.
Champaign, Clark, and Madison Harvey Vinal.
Franklin and Delaware-William Dennison, Jr.

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Fairfield, Perry, and Hočking-Henry C. Whitman.
Hamilton-John H. Dubbs.
Huron and Erie-Samuel T. Worcester.
Jefferson and Harrison--Pinckney Lewis.
Knox and Holmes-Asa G. Dimmock.
Licking—Samuel Patterson.
Lucas, Henry, Wood, Sandusky, and Ottawa--James Myers
Medina and Lorain--Harrison G. Blake.
Miami, Darke, and Shelby- Jacob S. Conklin.
Montgomery and Preble-George D. Hendricks.
Portage and Summit-Lucian Swift.
Seneca, Hancock, and Wyandott-Joel W. Wilson.
Stark-John Graham.
Trumbull and Geauga-John F. Beaver.
Wayne and Ashland-Andrew H. Byers.

A quorum of members being present, they proceeded to ballot for a Speaker of the Senate. The following was the result:

John F. Beaver had..
James H. Ewing
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18 votes.
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There being no choice, the Senators proceeded to ballot a second time for Speaker. The following was the result:

John F. Beaver had..
James H. Ewing
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18 votes. 17 1

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There being no choice, the Senators proceeded to ballot a third time for Speaker. The following was the result:

John F. Beaver had...
James H. Ewing
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18 votes.
17
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There being no choice, the Senators proceeded to ballot a fourth time for Speaker. The following was the result:

John F. Beaver had..
James H. Ewing
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18 votes.
17
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There being no choice, the Senators proceeded to ballot a fifth time for Speaker. The following was the result:

18 votes.

John F. Beaver had.--
James H. Ewing -
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There being no choice, the Senators proceed to ballot a sixth time for Speaker. The following was the result: John F. Beaver had..

18 votes. James H. Ewing

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1 Mr. Myers moved an adjournment until 10 o'clock, A. M., to-morrow; which was lost,

Mr. Wbitman moved that a recess be taken until 10 o'clock, A. M., of to-morrow; which was agreed to. Attest:

ALBERT GALLOWAY, Clerk.

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1848. There being a quorum present, the Senators proceeded to ballot for a Speaker. The following was the result: John F. Beaver had.

18 votes. James H. Ewing

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1 There being no choice, the Senators proceeded to ballot a second time for a Speaker. The following was the result: John F. Beaver had.

18 votes. James H. Ewing Blank.

1 There being no choice, the Senators proceeded to ballot a third time for a Speaker. The following was the result: John F. Beaver had.-

18 votes. James H. Ewing

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1 There being no choice, the Senators proceeded to ballot a fourth time for a Speaker; which resulted without a choice, as follows: John F. Beaver had..

18 votes. James H. Ewing

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1 Mr. Goddard moved that a recess be taken until 3 o'clock this afternoon; which was lost.

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