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126



Archives and History.



[W. Va.



Kanawha — James Wilson and Van ( Randolph — William Daniels and

William Marteney.

Tyler — Joshua Russell and William
Delashmutt.

Wood — Henry L. Prentis and Mathi-
as Chapman.



B. Reynolds.
Lewis — Thomas Bland and Lewis

Maxwell.
Mason — Enos Thomas and Isaac

Newman.



SESSION BEGINNING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1824, AND ENDING

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1825.

SENATORS.

Berkeley, Hampshire, Hardy, and Morgan Elisha Boyd.

Brooke, Harrison, Monongalia, Ohio, Tyler, etc Charles S. Morgan.

Cabell, Kanatvha, Mason, etc Joseph L. Fry.

Greenbrier, Monroe, Nicholas, Pocahontas, etc John Brown, Jr.

Jefferson, etc William B. Page.

Pendleton, etc Chapman Johnson



DELEGATES.

i?erfceZe?/— Edward Colston and Is- ) Monongalia
rael Robinson.

Brooke — John McMillan and Sam-
uel Hardman.

Cabell — John Laidley and John Ev-
erett.

Greenbrier — Ballard Smith and Jo-
seph Alderson.

Hampshire- — -David Parsons and
Jonathan Pugh.

Hardy — Jethro Nevill and John J.
Van Meter.

Harrison — Daniel Morris and John
Gather.

Jefferson — John J. A. Washington
and Daniel Morgan.

Kanawha — Joseph Lovell and John
Welsh.

Lewis — Thomas Bland and John Bo-
zarth.

Logan — -Peter Dingess and James
Bias.

Mason — John McCulloch and Enos
" Thomas.



Thomas L. Haymond

and Ralph Berkshire.
Monroe — William Vass and Alex-
ander Dunlap.
Morgan — John Sherrard and Joseph

P. Adams.
Nicholas — Robert Kelly and John

G. Stevenson.
Ohio — William McKinley and Zach-

ariah Jacob.
Pendleton — John Dice and Harmon

Hiner.
Pocahontas — John Grimes and John

Gilliland.
Preston — Benjamin Jeffries and

Benjamin Shaw.
Randolph — Isaac Booth and Wil-
liam Marteney.
Tyler — John Witten and William

Delashmutt.
Wood — Isaac Morris and Mathias

Chapman.



SESSION BEGINNING MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1825, AND ENDING

THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1826.

SENATORS.

Berkeley, Hampshire, Hardy, Morgan, etc Elisha Boyd.

Greenbrier, Monroe, Nicholas, etc John Brown, Jr.

Brooke, Harrison, Monongalia, Ohio, etc Charles S. Morgan.



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Cabell, Kanawha, Mason, etc Joseph L. Fry.

Jefferson, etc William B. Page.

Pendleton, etc Chapman Johnson.



delegates.



Berkeley — William Good and John
Porterfield.

Brooke — Jesse E'dgington and Sam-
uel Herdman.

Cabell — John Everett, Jr., and Eli-
sha Wesley McComas.

Greenbrier— Ballard Smith and Jo-
seph Alderson.

Hampshire — David Parsons and
John Sloan.

Hardy — Jacob Miller and Jethro
Nevill.

Harrison — George I. Williams and
Jedediah W. Goff* and John Cath-
er.*

Jefferson — Carver Willis and Daniel
Morgan.

Kanaicha — Lewis Ruffner and Van
B. Reynolds.

Lewis — Thomas Bland and John
McWhorter.

Logan — Peter Dingess and Benja- |
min Smith.



Mason — John McCulloch and Wil-
liam A. Hereford.

Monongalia — Richard Watts and
Francis Billingsly.

Morgan — Robert Gustin and Wil-
liam Sherrard.

Monroe — William Vass and Alexan-
der Dunlap.

Nicholas — John G. Stevenson and
Robert Kelly.

Ohio — Isaac Leffler and William
McKinley.

Pendleton — Jacob Greiner and Har-
mon Hiner.

Pocahontas — John Gilliland and
George Burner.

Randolph — ■ Robert McCrum and
William Marteney.

Preston — William Sigler and Ben-
jamin Jeffries.

Wood— Isaac Morris and John G.
Jackson.



SESSION BEGINNING MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1826, AND ENDING

MARCH 9, 1827.

SENATORS.

Berkeley, Hampshire, Hardy, and Morgan Elisha Boyd.

Brooke, Monongalia, Ohio, Tyler, etc Charles S. Morgan.

Cabell, Eanaivha, Mason, etc Joseph L. Fry.

Greenbrier, Monroe, Nicholas, etc Pierre B. Wethered.

Jefferson, etc William B. Page.

Pendleton, etc David W. Patterson.

delegates.



Berkeley — Edward Colston and Wil-
iam Good.



Monongalia — Richard Watts and
Francis Billingsly.



Brooke — Jesse Edgington and John \ Monroe — Hugh Caperton and Alex-



McMillan.

Cabell — John Everett, Jr., and Eli-
sha Wesley McComas.

Greenbrier — Samuel McClung and
Joseph Alderson.



ander Dunlap.
Morgan — Benjamin Orrick and Gas-

saway Cross.
Nicholas — John G. Stevenson and

Hedgman Trippett.



*Note. — Jedediah W. Goff died near the beginning of the Session and John
Cather was elected to fill the vacancy caused thereby.



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Hampshire — James Gibson and John

Sloan.
Hardy — Jetfiro Nevill and Jacob

Miller.
Harrison — John Cather and George

I. Williams.
Jefferson — Daniel Morgan and Car-
ver Willis.
Kanawha — James H. Fry and Lewis

Ruft'ner.
Lewis — Thomas Bland and John

McWhorter.
Logan — Griffin Stallings and Joseph

Stratton.
Mason — • Samuel McCulloch and

Isaac Newman.



Ohio — Morgan Nelson and Isaac
Leffler.

Pendleton — Jacob Greiner and John
Dice.

Pocahontas — John Gilliland and
John Grimes.

Preston — William Carroll and Wil-
liam B. Zinn.

Randolph — -William Daniels and
Isaac Booth.

Tyler — Arthur Inghram and Wil-
liam Underwood.

Wood — Thomas Tavenner and Hen-
ry L. Prentis.



SESSION BEGINNING MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1827, AND ENDING

SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1828.

SENATORS.

Berkeley, Hampshire, Hardy and Morgan Charles A. Turley.

Brooke, Monongalia, Ohio, Tyler, etc Charles S. Morgan.

Cabell, Kanawha, Mason, etc Joseph L. Fry.

Greenbrier, Monroe, Nicholas, etc. Pierre B. Wethered.

Jefferson, etc Augustine C. Smith.

P&ndleton, etc David W. Patterson.

DELEGATES.



Berkeley — Moses T. Hunter and Ed-
ward Colston.
Brooke — Samuel Henderson and

John McMillan.
Cabell — Solomon Thornburg and

John Everett, Jr.
Greenbrier — Samuel McClung and

Joseph Alderson.
Hampshire — James Gibson and

Thomas Carskadon.
Hardy — Washington G. Williams

and Leonard Neff.
Harrison — George I. Williams and

John T. Brown.
Jefferson — Carver Willis and Daniel

Morgan.
Kanawha — James McFarland and

Daniel Smith.
Lewis — Thomas Bland and John

McWhorter.



Monongalia — Richard Watts and
Francis Billingsly.

Monroe — William Vass and Hugh
Caper ton.

Morgan — John Sherrard and Benja-
min Orrick.

Nicholas — Robert Kelly and John
G. Stevenson.

Ohio — John Parriott and Samuel H.
Fitzhugh.

1'cndleton^John Dice and Thomas
Jones.

Pocahontas — George Burner and
John Gilliland.

Preston — Benjamin Shaw and Wil-
liam B. Zinn.

Randolph — Joseph Hart and Wil-
liam Daniels.

Tyler — Arthur Inghram and John
Wells.




West Virginia Law-Makers of the Oldex Time.
Members of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth, on their
Journey over the Alleghenies and the Blue Ridge, to attend a Session of
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Logan — Griffin Stallings and Peter

Dingess.
Mason — Isaac Newman and Samuel

McCulloch.



Wood — Thomas Tavenner and Da
vid B. Spencer.



SESSION BEGINNING MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1828, AND ENDING
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1829.

SENATORS.

Berkeley, Hampshire, Hardy, Morgan, etc. Charles A. Turley.

Brooke, Monongalia, Ohio, Tyler, Preston, etc Charles S. Morgan.

Cabell, Kanawha, Mason, Harrison, etc John J. Allen.

Greenbrier, Monroe, etc Pierre B. Wethered.

Jefferson, etc ,. Augustine C. Smith.

Pendleton, etc David W. Patterson.

delegates.



Berkeley — ■ Elisha Boyd and Joel

Ward.
Brooke — Philip Doddridge and

Jesse Edgington.
Cabell — Solomon Thornburg and

John Everett.
Greenbrier — James McLaughlin and

William Smith.
Hampshire 1 — Thomas Carskadon

and Samuel Kercheval.
Hardy — William Seymour and John

Mullen.
Harrison — John T. Brown and Geo.

I. Williams.
Jefferson — Daniel Morgan and Car-
ver Willis.
Kanawha — Daniel Smith and Math-

ew Dunbar.
Lewis — Thomas Bland and Gideon

D. Camden.
Mason — Samuel McCulloch and

Mathew W. Stribling.



Monongalia — Richard Watts and
Edgar C. Wilson.

Monroe — William Vass and Hugh
Caperton.

Morgan — Gassaway Cross and John
O'Ferrell.

Nicholas — Robert Kelly and Addi-
son McLaughlin.

Ohio — John Parriott and Samuel H.
Fitzhugh.

Pendleton — Thomas Jones and Reu-
ben Dice.

Pocahontas — William Arbogast and
William Gilliland. (

Preston — Guy R. C. Allen and Wil-
liam B. Zinn.

Randolph — Adam Myers and Benja-
min Dolbeare.

Tyler — ■ Joseph McCoy and Arthur
Inghram.

Wood— Thomas Tavenner and Da-
vid B. Spencer.



SESSION BEGINNING MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1829, AND ENDING
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1830.

SENATORS.

Berkeley. Hampshire, Hardy, and Morgan Charles A. Turley.

Brooke, Monongalia, Ohio, Tyler, etc Charles S. Morgan.

Cabell, Kanawha. Mason. Harrison, etc John J. Allen.

Greenbrier, Monroe, etc Pierre B. Wethered.

Jefferson, etc Augustine C. Smith.

Pendleton, etc David B. Patterson.



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DELEGATES.



Berkeley — Charles J. Faulkner, Sr.,
and Elisha Boyd.

Brooke — Jesse Edgington and John
Herdman.

Cabell — William Spurlock and Fred-
erick G. L. Beuhring.

Greenbrier — Cyrus Carey, and Jo-
seph Alderson.

Hampshire — Thomas Carskadon and
Samuel Kercheval.

Hardy — William Seymour and John
Mullen.

Harrison — John T. Brown and Geo.
I. Williams.

Jefferson — Bushrod C. Washington
and Daniel Morgan.

Kanaxoha — Mathew Dunbar and
Daniel Smith.

Leivis — Thomas Bland and Samuel
• L. Hays.

Logan — Griffin Stallings and James
Bias.

Mason — Isaac Newman and Benja-
min Thomas.



Monongalia — Richard Watts and
Francis Billingsly.

Monroe — William Vass and Hugh
Caperton.

Morgan — Gassaway Cross and John
O'Ferrell.

Nicholas — David Stuart and Addi-
son McLaughlin.

Ohio — Samuel H. Fitzhugh and Jno.
Parriott.

Pendleton — Harmon Hiner and Ben-
jamin McCoy.

Pocahontas — John Grimes and Wil-
liam Arbogast.

Preston — Benjamin Shaw and Guy
R. C. Allen.

Randolph — Joseph Harte and Isaac
Booth.

Tyler — Peregrine Wells and William
Delashmutt.

Wood — Henry L. Prentis and David
B. Spencer.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER G, 1830, AND ENDING APRIL 19,

1831.



SENATORS.

Monongalia. Preston and Randolph Charles S. Morgan.

Monroe, Greenbrier, etc Andrew Bierne.

Berkeley, Morgan and Hampshire Elisha Boyd.

Lewis, Harrison and Wood John McWhorter.

Brooke, Ohio and Tyler Jesse Edgington.

Logan, Mason, Nicholas, Cabell and Kanawha William McComas.

Jefferson , etc Hierome L. Opie.

DELEGATES.*

Berkeley — Thomas Davis and Levi ] Mason — Isaac Newman.

Henshaw. | Monongalia — Richard Watts and
Brooke — John C. Campbell. Francis Billingsley.

Cabell — William Spurlock. j Monroe — John H. Vawter.

Greenbrier — Henry Erskine. I Morgan — John O'Ferrell.

*It has been stated that from 1776 to 3 830. the representation in the General
Assembly was composed of two members from each County regardless of popula-
tion or wealth. This was changed by the Constitution of 1829-30 the basis of repre-
sentation thereunder being one of population. Thus it was that a number of Coun-
ties which prior to 1830, had two members in the House of Delegates, thereafter
had but one,. Still others were united in a Delegate District with one Delegate. —
V. A. L.



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Hampshire — Ephraim Dunn and

Thomas Carskadon.
Hardy — William Seymour.
Harrison — George J. Davisson and

George I. Williams.
Jefferson- — Edward Lucus and John

S. Gallaher.
Kanawha — George W. Summers.
Letcis — Samuel L. Hays.
Logan — Anthony Lawson.



Nicholas — Addison McLaughlin.
Ohio — Zachariah Jacobs and John

Parriott.
Pendleton — Harmon Hiner.
Pocahontas — John Baxter.
Preston — William B. Zinn.
Randolph — Joseph Hart.
Tyler — John McCoy.
Wood — John J. Jackson.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 5, 1831, AND ENDING MARCH 21,

1832.

SENATORS.

Monongalia. Preston, and Randolph Charles S. Morgan.

Jefferson, etc Hierome L. Opie.

Monroe, Greenbrier, etc Andrew Bierne.

Berkeley. Morgan and Hampshire Elisha Boyd.

Lewis. Harrison and Wood John McWhorter.

Brooke, Ohio and Tyler lesse Edgington.

Logan. Kanawha, Mason, Cabell, Nicholas, Fayette, Jackson — William Mc-
Comas.

DELEGATES.

Berkeley — Charles J. Faulkner, Sr., | Logan — Anthony Lawson.



and William Good.

Brooke — John C. Campbell.

Cabell — William Spurlock.

Fayette and Nicholas — John G. Ste-
venson.

Greenbrier — Henry Erskine.

Hampshire — Thomas Carskadon and
Elias Poston.

Hardy — John Mullen.

Harrison — George I. Williams and
William Johnson.

Jefferson — John S. Gallaher and
Henry Berry.

Kanawha — George W. Summers.

Lewis — Samuel L. Hays.



Mason and Jackson — Xehemiah

Smith.
Monongalia — Francis Billingsley

and William G. Henry.
Monroe — John H. Vawter* and John

W. Kelley.*
Morgan — Henry A. Byrne. f
Ohio — Samuel G. Fitzhugh and John

Parriott.
Pendleton — Harmon Hiner.
Pocahontas- — John Gilliland.
Preston — William B. Zinn.
Randolph — Joseph Hart.
Tyler — John McCoy.
Wood — Isaac Morris.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 3

1833.



1832, AND ENDING MARCH 9,



SENATORS.

Monongalia, Preston and Randolph Richard Watts.

Monroe. Greenbrier, etc Andrew Bierne.

Jefferson, etc Hierome L. Opie.



*Xote — John H. Vawter in lieu of John W. Kelly, declared unduly elected.
tHenry A. Byrne ejected, having no freehold.



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Berkeley, Morgan and Hampshire Elisha Boyd.

Lewis, Harrison and Wood John McWhorter.

Brooke, Ohio, Tyler Jesse Edgington.

Cabell, Jackson, Kanawha, Logan, Mason, Fayette and Nicholas — William
McComas.

DELEGATES.



Berkeley — Charles J. Faulkner, Sr.,
and Levi Henshaw.

Brooke — John C. Campbell.

Cabell — Elisha Wesley McComas.

Fayette and Nicholas — John G. Ste-
venson.

Greenbrier — Joseph Alderson.

Hampshire — - William Vance and
Thomas Sloane.

Hardy — John Mullen.

Harrison — Waldo P. Goff and Daniel
Kincheloe.

Jefferson — ■ John S. Gallaher and
Henry Berry.

Kanawha — James H. Fry.

Lewis — Samuel L. Hays.



Logan — Anthony Lawson.

Mason and Jackson — Nehemiah

Smith.
Monongalia — William G. Henry and

William J. Willey.
Monroe — Henry Alexander.
Morgan — John Sherrard.
Ohio — John Parriott and Isaac Leff-

ler.
Pendleton — Harmon Hiner.
Pocahontas — William Cackley.
Preston — William G. Brown.
Randolph— Isaac Booth.
Tyler — John McCoy.
Wood — John P. Maybery.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 2,

1S34.



1833, AND ENDING MARCH 14,



SENATORS.

Monongalia. Preston, Randolph Richard Watts.

Monroe, Greenbrier, etc Andrew Bierne.

Hampshire, Berkeley, Morgan, etc William Donaldsou.

Harrison. Lewis, and Wood Waldo P, Goff.

Brooke, Ohio and Tyler Jesse Edgington.

Kanawha, Mason. Cabell, Logan. Nicholas, Fayette, and Jackson. .Benjamin
H. Smith.

DELEGATES.



Berkeley — Charles J. Fulkner, Sr.,
and Edward Colston.

Brooke — John McMillan.

Cabell — Allen McGinnis.

Fayette and Nicholas — John G. Ste-
venson.*

Green brier — William Cary.

Hampshire — William Vance and
Thomas Sloan.

Hardy — John Mullen.

Harrison — • Daniel Kincheloe and
John Cather.



Lewis — Samuel L. Hays.

Logan — Griffin Stallings.

Mason and Jackson — James Smith.

Monongalia — Francis Billingsley

and Isaac Cooper.
Monroe — Henry Alexander.
Morgan — Isaiah Buck.
Ohio — ■ John Parriott and John

M'Lure.
Pendleton — Thomas Jones.
Pocahontas — William Slavin.
Preston — William Carroll.



*Note — Succeeded in contested election against David Stuart, and took his seat
December 7th.



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Jefferson — John S. Gallaher and

Gerard B. Wager.
Kanawha- — James H. Fry.



Randolph — Isaac Booth.
Tyler — John McCoy.
Wood — John P. Maybery.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 1, 1834, AND ENDING MARCH 12,

1835.

SENATORS.

Monongalia, Preston, and Hardy Richard Watts.

Jefferson, etc Hierome L. Opie.

Monroe, Greenbrier, etc Andrew Bierne.

Tyler, Brooke and Ohio John McCoy.

Hampshire, Morgan and Berkeley William Donaldson.

Harrison, Lewis and Wood Waldo P. Goff.

Kanawha, Mason, Cabell, Logan. Nicholas, Fayette and Jackson. .Benjamin
H. Smith.

delegates.



Berkeley — Edward Colston and Ed-
mund P. Hunter.

Brooke — John McMillan.

Cabell — Wade Hampton.

Fayette and Nicholas — Samuel
Price.

Greenbrier — Pierre B. Wethered.

Hampshire — William Nixon and
William Vance.

Hardy — John Mullen.

Harrison — Daniel Kincheloe and
Wilson K. Shinn.

Jefferson — Henry Berry and John
S. Gallaher.

Kanawha — George W. Summers.

Lewis — Weeden Hoffman.*



Logan — Anthony Lawson.

Mason and Jackson — Andrew Wag-

gener.
Monongalia — William J. Willey and

Stephen H. Morgan.
Monroe- — Henry Alexander.
Morgan — John Sherrard.
Ohio — John Brady and John Par-

riott.f
Pendleton — Thomas Jones.
Pocahontas — William Cackley.
Preston — William Carroll.
Randolph — Isaac Booth.
Tyler — Van B. Delashmutt.
Wood — Henry L. Prentiss.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 7, 1835, AND ENDING MARCH 24,

1836.



SENATORS.

Monongalia, Preston and Randolph Francis Billingsly.

Jefferson, etc Hierome L. Opie.

Monroe and, Greenbrier Andrew Bierne.

Hampshire. Berkeley and Morgan William Donaldson.

Harrison. Lewis, Wood and Braxton Waldo P. Goff.

Marshall. Ohio. Tyler and Brooke John Parriott.

Kanawha. Mason, Cabell, Logan, Nicholas, Fayette and Jackson Benjamin
H. Smith.



•Note. — In the place of James L. Bennett, whose seat was declared vacant in
consequence of leaving the Commonwealth.

tSucceeded John M'Lure, prevailing in his contest for the seat on the 26th of
January.



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DELEGATES.



Berkeley — Edmund P. Hunter and

Levi Henshaw.
Brooke — Jacob DeCamps.
Cabell — Frederick G. L. Beuhring.
Fayette and Nicholas — Hudson M.

Dickinson* and Samuel Price.
Greenbrier — Pierre B. Wethered.
Hampshire — Thomas Sloan and

William Nixon.
Hardy — John Mullen.
Harrison — William A. Harrison and

Daniel Kincheloe.
Jefferson — Thomas Griggs, Jr., and

Henry Berry.
Kanawha — George W. Summers.
Leivis — Samuel L. Hays.



Logan — Joseph Straton.

Mason and Jackson — Andrew Wag-
gener.

Monongalia — William J. Willey and
Stephen H. Morgan. •

Monroe — Augustus A. Chapman.

Morgan — John Sherrard.

Ohio and Marshall — Moses N. Chap-
line and Zodoc Masters.

Pendleton — William McCoy, Jr.

Pocahontas — William Cackley.

Preston — William Carroll.

Randolph — William Marteney.

Tyler — Van B. Delashmutt.

Wood — Henry L. Prentiss.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 5, 1836, AND ENDING MARCH 31,

1837.



SENATORS.

Monongalia, Preston and Randolph Francis Billlngsly.

Jefferson, etc Hierome L. Opie.

Hampshire, Berkeley and Morgan William Donaldson.

Harrison, Logan, Lewis and. Braxton Waldo P. Goff.

Marshall. Brooke, Ohio, and Tyler John Parriott.

Kanawha, Cabell, Logan, Nicholas, Fayette and Jackson. . .Benjamin H.
Smith.

DELEGATES.



Berkeley — Robert V. Snodgrass and

Elisha Boyd.
Braxton and Lewis — Thomas Bland.
Brooke — John McMillan.
Cabell — Thomas McAllister.
Fayette and Nicholas — Hudson M.

Dickinson.
Greenbrier — Ballard Smith.
Hampshire — Thomas Sloan and

William Nixon.
Hardy — John Mullen.
Harrison — William A. Harrison and

Wilson K. Shinn.
jefferson — John Davenport and Jonn

Peters.
Kanawha — Andrew Donnally.



Logan — Joseph Straton.

Marshall — Alexander Newman.

Mason and Jackson — Henry J. Fish-
er.

Monongalia — William J. Willey and
Isaac Cooper.

Monroe — Augustus A. Chapman.

Morgan — Samuel Johnston.

Ohio — John Brady.

Pendleton — William McCoy.

Pocahontas — William Cackley.

Preston- — Buckner Fairfax.

Randolph— William C. Haymond.

Tyler — John Ripley.

Wood — Abraham Samuels.



*Kote. — Samuel Trice succeeded Mr. Dickinson, prevailing in his contest for
the seat December 30th.



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SESSION BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 1838, AND ENDING APRIL 1, 1838.

SENATORS.

Monongalia, Preston and Randolph Francis Billingsley.

Jefferson, etc Hierome L. Opie.

Berkeley, Morgan, and Hampshire Thomas Bland.

Marshall, Brooke, Ohio, and Tyler John Parriott.

Kanawha, Mason, Cabell, Logan, Nicholas, Fayette and Jackson. .Benjamin
H. Smith.

DELEGATES.



Berkeley — Tillotson Fryatt and Rob-
ert V. Snodgrass.

Braxton and Lewis — Marshall Trip-
pett.

Brooke — Campbell Tarr.

Cabell — Solomon Thornburg.

Fayette and Nicholas — Hudson M.
Dickinson.

Greenbrier — H. G. Pinnell.

Hampshire — William Odell and
George Park.

Hardy — John Mullen.

Harrison — William A. Harrison and
Jesse Flowers.

Jefferson — John Peters and William
Lucas.

Kanawha — Daniel Smith.

Logan — Jonas McDonald.



Marshall — Alexander Newman.

Mason and Jackso)i — Henry J. Fish-
er.

Mercer (and Giles) — Manilius Chap-
man.

Monongalia — Thomas S. H'aymond
and Stephen H. Morgan.

Monroe — Augustus A. Chapman.

Morgan — Isaiah Buck.

Ohio — William McConnell.

Pendleton — William McCoy.

Pocahontas — John Gay.

Preston — Buckner Fairfax.

Randolph — Henry Sturm.

Tyler — John Ripley.

Wood — John P. Maybery.



SESSION BEGINNING JANUARY 7, 1839, AND ENDING APRIL 10,

1S39.



SENATORS.

Monongalia, Preston and Randolph Francis Billingsly.

Jefferson, etc Hierome L. Opie.

Berkeley. Morgan and Hampshire Charles J. Faulkner.

Lewis, Harrison, Wood and Braxton Thomas Bland.

Ohio. Brooke, Tyler and Marshall Moses C. Good.

Kanawha, Mason, Cabell, Logan, Nicholas, Fayette and Jackson. .Benjamin
H. Smith.

DELEGATES.



Berkeley — Tillotson Fryatt and Rob-
ert V. Snodgrass.

Braxton and Lewis — Weeden Hoff-
man.

Brooke — Campbell Tarr.

Cabell— Solomon Thornburg.

Fayette and Nicholas — Oliver L.
Waite.



Marshall— Elbert H. Caldwell.

Mason and Jackson — Nehemiah

Mercer (and Giles) — Manilius Chap-
man.
Smith.

Monongalia — -Thomas S. Haymond
and John Clayton.

Monroe — James A. Dunlap.



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Greenbrier — Joseph F. Dangerfield.
Hampshire — ■ William Odell and

George Park.
Hardy — William Seymour.
Harrison — Jesse Flowers and Ed-

ward J. Armstrong.
Jefferson — Bushrod C. Washington

and George Reynolds.
Kanaivha — Daniel Smith.
Logan — Henry Farley.



Morgan — John O'Ferrell.
Ohio — William O'Connell.
Pendleton — William McCoy.
Pocahontas — John Gay.
Preston — William Carroll.
Randolph — Henry Sturm.
Tyler — James M. Stephenson.
Wood — John J. Jackson.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 2, 1839, AND ENDING MARCH 19,

1840.

SENATORS.

Monongalia, Preston and Randolph William J. Willey.

Jefferson, etc Hierome L. Opie.

Berkeley, Morgan, Hampshire Charles J. Faulkner.

Lewis. Harrison, Wood, and Braxton Thomas Bland.

Ohio, Brooke, Tyler and Marshall Moses C. Good.

Kanawha, Mason, Cabell, Logan. Nic?iola$, Fayette and Jackson. .Robert
A. Thompson.

DELEGATES.



Berkeley — Jacob Myers and Ed-
mund P. Hunter.

Braxton and Lewis — Jacob J. Jack-
son.

Brooke— John McMillan.

Cabell — Solomon Thornburg.

Fayett6 and Nicholas- — George Al-
derson.

Greenbrier — Henry Erskine.

Hampshire — David Gibson and
James Allen.

Hardy — William Seymour.

Harrison— George Hay Lee and Ed-
ward J. Armstrong.

Jefferson — William C. Worthington
and Anthony Kennedy.

Kanawha — Van B. Reynolds.



Logan — Anthony Lawson.
Marshall — Elbert H. Caldwell.*
Mason, and Ja'ckson ■ — ■ Nehemiah

Smith.
Mercer and Giles — Charles King.
Monongalia- — 'John Clayton and

James Evans.
Monroe — Augustus A. Chapman.
Morgan — Henry Myers.
Oh io — William McConnell.
Pendleton — Harmon Hiner.
Pocahontas — Benjamin Tallman.
Preston — William Carroll.
Randolph — Henry Sturm.
Tyler — James M. Stephenson.
Wood — John J. Jackson.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 1, 1S40, AND ENDING MARCH 22,

1841.



SEX VTORS.

Monongalia. Preston and Randolph William J. Willey.

Berkeley, Morgan and Hampshire Charles J. Faulkner.



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