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Lewis, Harrison, Wood and Braxton Thomas Bland.



♦Note. — -Mr. Caldwell was successful in his contest, and succeeded Mr. John
Scott, and took his seat on the 10th of January, 1S40.



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

Kanawha, Mason, Cabell, Logan, Nicholas, Fayette and Jackson. . .Robert
A. Thompson.

delegates.



Berkeley — Jacob Vandoren and Til-
lotson Fryatt.

Braxton and Lewis — Jacob J. Jack-
son.

Brooke — William Jones.

Cabell— Peter C. Buffington.

Fayette and Nicholas — Addison Mc-
Laughlin.

Greenbrier — Henry Erskine.

Hampshire — William Vance and
William Odell.

Hardy — John Mullen.

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

■Jefferson — George B. Stephenson
and William C. Worthington.

Kanawha — Andrew Donnally.



Logan — St. Clair Ballard.

Marshall— Elbert H. Caldwell.

Mason and Jackson — Andrew Bryan.

Mercer (and Giles) — Oscar F. John-
son.

Monongalia — John Clayton and Ca-
leb Tanzey.

Monroe — Augustus A. Chapman.

Morgan — Cromwell Orrick.

Ohio — William McConnell.

Pendleton — Harmon Hiner..

Pocahontas — George Burner.

Preston — William G. Brown.

Randolph — Samuel Elliott.

Tyler — James M. Stephenson.

Wood — John Stephenson.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER C, 1841, AND ENDING MARCH 2G,

1S42.

SENATORS.

Monongalia, Preston, Randolph William J. Willey.

Berl eley, Morgan. Hampshire Charles J. Faulkner.

Braxton, Harrison. Lewis and Wood . .Wilson K. Shinn.

Ohio. Brooke. Tyler and Marshall Alexander Newman.

Kanawha, Mason. Cabell. Logan. Nicholas, Fayette and Jackson. .Robert
A. Thompson.

delegates.



Berkeley — Edmund P. Hunter and
James M. Newkirk.

Braxton and Lewis — Philip Cox.

Brooke — William Jones.

Cabell — Fredrick Moore.

Fayette and Nicholas — Addison Mc-
Laughlin.

Greenbrier — Henry Erskine.

Hampshire — William Vance and Da-
vid Pugh.

Hardy — John Mullen.

Harrison — Daniel Kincheloe and Ed-
ward J. Armstrong.

Jefferson — John Moler and Anthony
Kennedy.

Kanawha — Daniel Smith.

Logan — Robert A. Clendenin.



Marshall — Jefferson T. Martin.
Mason and Jackson — ■ Nehemiah

Smith.
Mercer (and Giles) — William H.

French.
Monongalia — William S. Morgan

and Joseph F. Harrison.
Monroe — Allen T. Caperton.
Morgan — Cromwell Orrick.
Ohio — Daniel M. Edgington.
P6ndleton — Harmon Hiner.
Pocahontas — John Grimes.
Preston — William G. Brown.
Randolph — Samuel Elliott.
Tj/ler — Presley Martin.
Wood — John J. Jackson.



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SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 5, 1842, AND ENDING MARCH 28,

1843.



SENATORS.

Marion,* Monongalia, Preston and Randolph William J. Willey.

Hampshire, Berkeley and Morgan Thomas Sloan.

Harrison, Lewis, Wood and Braxton Wilson K. Shinn.

Marshall, Brooke, Ohio, and Tyler Alexander Newman.

Kanawha, Mason, Cabell. Logan, Nicholas, Fayette and Jackson. .Robert
A. Thompson.

DELEGATES



Berkeley — James M. Newkirk and
William T. Snodgrass.

Braxton and Lewis — Cabell Taven-
ner.

Brooke — Darwin E. Stanton.

Cabell and Wayne — Fredrick Moore.

Fayette and Nicholas — Aaron Stock-
ton.

Greenbrier — John B. Caldwell.

Hampshire — Charles Blue and John
Ward.

Hardy — James S. Miles.

Harrison — Benjamin Bassell and
Augustine J. Smith.

Jefferson — John S. Gallaher and
William C. Worthington.

Kanaicha — Andrew Parks.

Logan — Griffin Stallings.



Marion — Zedekiah Kid well.
Marshall — Jefferson T. Martin.
Mason and Jackson — Charles C.

Miller.
Mercer (and Giles) — William H.

French.
Monongalia — Caleb Tanzey.
Monroe — William Adair.
Morgan — Peter Dyche.
Ohio — Daniel M. Edgington.
Pendleton — John Bird.
Pocahontas — Benjamin Talman.
Preston — William G. Brown.
Randolph — Henry Sturm.
Tyler — James G. West.
Wood — Daniel R. Neal.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 4. 1S43, AND ENDING FEBRUART

15, 1844.



SENATORS.

Marion, Monongalia, Preston, Randolph and Barbour. .William J. Willey.

Hampshire, Berkeley, and Morgan Thomas Sloan.

Harrison, Leivis, Wood, Braxton and Ritchie Wilson K. Shinn.

Marshall. Brooke, Ohio, Tyler Alexander Newman.

Kanaxoha, Mason, Cabell, Logan, Nicholas, Fayette, Jackson and Wayne
Robert A. Thompson.

DELEGATES.



Berkeley — William T. Snodgrass

and Edmund Pendleton.
Braxton and Leiois — Mathew Edmis-

ton.



Kanawha — John Lewis.
Logan — Henry Farley.
Marion — William S. Morgan.
Marshall — John Parriott.



♦Note. — Marion County was formed in 1S42, it had embraced a part of Mon-
ongalia, in which William J. Willey resided ; he therefore continued in the Senate-

from the new County.



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Brooke — Darwin E. Stanton.

Cabell and Wayne — Henry W. Shel-
ton.

Fayette and Nicholas — Francis Ty-
ree.

Greenbrier — Thomas Creigh.

Hampshire — Charles Blue and John
Ward.

Hardy — James S. Miles.

Harrison — • Edward J. Armstrong
and Luther H'aymond.

Jefferson — John S. Gallaher and
William F. Turner.

Mason and Jackson — John Arm-
strong.



Mercer and Giles — Albert G. Pen-
dleton.

Monongalia — John H. Bowlby.

Monroe — Samuel Hamilton.

Morgan- — John O'Ferrell.

Ohio — Daniel M. Edgington.

Pendeton — John Bird.

Pocahontas — John Gay.

Preston — Israel Baldwin.

Randolph and Barbour — Henry
Sturm.

Tyler — James M. Stephenson.

Wood and Ritchie — Daniel R. Neal.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 2, 1844, AND ENDING MARCH 28,

1845.

SENATORS.

Marion. Monongalia, Preston, Randolph, Barbour and Taylor. .William

J. Willey.

Jefferson, etc John S. Gallaher.

Monroe, Greenbrier, Mercer, etc Allen T. Caperton.

Kanawha, Mason, Cabell, Fayette, Logan, Nicholas, Wayne and Jackson

Robert A. Thompson.

Hampshire, Berkeley and Morgan Thomas Sloan.

Harrison, Lewis, Wood, Braxton, Ritchie and Taylor Wilson K. Shinn.

Marshall, Brooke. Ohio and Tyler Alexander Newman.



DELEGATES.



Berkeley — Edmund Pendleton and

Jacob Myers.
Braxton and Lewis — Samuel L.

Hays.
Brooke — John Miller.
Cabell and Wayne — Frederick G. L.

Beuhring.
Fayette and Nicholas — Francis Ty-

ree.
Greenbrier — Joel M'Pherson.
Hampshire— Charles Blue and John

Ward.
Hardy — Charles Carter Lee.
Harrison — Benjamin Bassel.
Jefferson — William F.' Turner and

Benjamin F. Towner.
Kanawha — Daniel Smith.
Logan — Henry Farley.



Marion — Zedekiah Kidwell.
Marshall — John Parriott.
Mason and Jackson — John Hall.
Mercer and Giles — William H.

French.
Monongalia— Alexander Wade.
Monroe — Samuel Hamilton.
Morgan — John O'Ferrelh
Ohio — Daniel M. Edgington.
Penaleton — Benjamin Hiner.
Pocahontas — John Gay.
Preston — William Hamilton.
Randolph and Barbour — Henry

Sturm.
Taylor — Charles W. Newlon.
Tyler — James M. Stephenson.
Wood and Ritchie — John J. Jackson,

Sr.



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[W. Va.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 1, 1S45, AND ENDING MARCH G,

1846.



SENATORS.

Marion, Monongalia, Preston, Randolph, Barbour and Taylor. .William J.

Willey.

Jefferson, etc John S. Gallaher.

Monroe, Greenbrier, Mercer, etc Allen T. Caperton.

Marshall, Brooke, Ohio, Tyler and Doddridge Alexander Newman.

Hampshire, Berkeley, and Motgan Thomas Sloan.

Wood, Harrison. Lewis, Braxton, Ritchie, Taylor, Doddridge and Gilmer

John G. Stringer.
Kanawha, Mason. Cabell. Fayette. Logan, Wayne, Nicholas and Jackson

Robert A. Thompson.

DELEGATES.



Berkeley — William L. Boak and

Adam Small.
Braxton, Lewis and Gilmer — John

S. Camden.
Brooke — John Miller.
Cabell and Wayne — Elijah Adkins.
Fayette and Nicholas — John Mc-

Cluiig.
Green brier — Elisha Callison.
Hampshire — Asa Hiett and Daniel

Thompson.
Hardy — Charles Carter Lee.
Harrison and Doddridge — Jesse

Flowers.
Jefferson — William F. Turner and

Benjamin T. Towner.
Kanawha — Spicer Patrick.
Logan— Joseph Goare.
Marion — John Clayton.



Marshall — John Parriott.

Mason and Jackson — Spencer Ad-
ams.

Mercer and Giles — Albert G. Pen-
dleton.

Monongalia — Alexander Wade, Jr.

Monroe — Samuel Hamilton.

Morgan — Andrew Michael.

Ohio — Daniel M. Edgington.

Pendleton — Benjamin Hiner.

Pocahontas — William Arbogast.

Preston — Buckner Fairfax.

Randolph and Barbour — Washing-
ton J. Long.

Taylor — Nathan Hall.

Tyler and Doddridge — James G.
West.

Wood, Ritchie and Doddridge — Dan-
iel R. Neal.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 7, 1S4G, AND ENDING MARCH 23,

1847.

»

. SENATORS.

.Marion, Monongalia. Preston, Barbour, Randolph and Taylor. .William J.

Willey.

Jefferson, etc John S. Gallaher.

Monroe, Greenbrier, Mercer, etc Allen T. Caperton.

Hampshire. Berkeley, and Morgan Thomas Sloan.

Wood, Harrison, Lewis, Braxton, Ritchie, Doddridge and Gilmer. .John G.

Stringer.

Marshall. Brooke. Ohio, Tyler, and Doddridge John Parriott.

Kanawha, Mason. Cabell, Fayette. Logan, Wayne. Nicholas and Jackson

James H. Fry.



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DELEGATES.



Berkeley — William L. Boak and
Adam Small.

Braxton, Lewis and Gilmer — James
Bennett.

Brooke — Thomas Bambrick.

Cabell and Wayne — John Morris.

Fayette and Nicholas — Hiram Hill.

Greenbrier — John B. Caldwell.

Hampshire — Asa Hiett and Daniel
Thompson.

Hardy- — Charles Carter Lee.

Harrison and Doddridge — John S.
Duncan.

Jefferson- — Andrew Hunter and Wil-
liam B. Thompson.

Kanawha — Spicer Patrick.

Logan — St. Clair Ballard.

Marion — Thomas S. H'aymond.

Marshall— Wylie H. Oldham.



B.



Mason and Jackson — Charles

Waggener.
Mercer and Giles — Cornelius White.
Monongalia — Andrew Brown.
Monroe — Christopher J. Beirne.
Morgan — John W. Breathed.
Ohio — Daniel M. Edgington.
Pendleton — Anderson M. Newman.
Pocahontas — William Cackley.
Preston — Buckner Fairfax.
Randolph and Barbour — Henry

Sturm.
Tayler — John S. Burdett.
Tyler, Doddridge and Wetzel — John

W. Harner.
Wood, Ritchie and Doddridge —

James M. Stephenson.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 6, 1847, AND ENDING APRIL 5,

1848.



SENATORS.

Hardy, etc Gabriel T. Barbee.

Barbour, Monongalia, Preston, Randolph, Marion and Tayler . . . . John S.

Carlile.

Jefferson, etc John S. Gallaher.

Marshall, Brooke, Ohio, Tyler, Doddridge, and Wetzel John Parriott.

Monroe, Greenbrier, Mercer, etc Allen T. Caperton.

Hampshire, Berkeley and Morgan Thomas Sloan.

Wood, Harrison, Lewis, Braxton, Ritchie, Taylor, Doddridge and Gilmer

Jacob G. Stringer.
Kanawha, Mason, Cabell, Fayette, Logan, Wayne, Nicholas and Jackson

James H. Fry.

DELEGATES.



Berkeley — ■ James E. Stewart and
Thomas Brown.

Braxton, Lewis and Gilmer — Addi-
son McLaughlin.

Brooke — Thomas Bambrick.

Cabell and Wayne — Allen McGinnis.

Fayette and Nicholas — Hiram Hill.

Greenbrier — Samuel Price.

Hampshire — James Allen and Asa
Hiett.

Hardy — William Seymour.

Marion — Thomas S. Haymond.



Marshall — Wylie H. Oldham.
Mason and Jackson — James Greer.
Mercer and Giles — Madison Allen.
Monongalia — Caleb Tanzey.
Monroe — John H. Vawter.
Morgan — Andrew Michael.
Ohio — Daniel M. Edgington.
Pendleton — George W. Dice.
Pocahontas- — William Cackley.
Preston — John Scott.
Randolph and Barbour — Henry
Sturm.



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[W. Va.



Harrison and Doddridge — Joseph

Johnson.*
Jefferson — 'Joseph McMurran and

John A. Thompson.
Kanawha — Andrew Parks.
Logan and Boone — Isaac Morgan.



Taylor— John S. Burdett
Tyler, Doddridge and Wetzel

James 1. West.
Wood, Ritchie and Doddridge

James M. Stephenson.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 4, 1848, AND ENDING AUGUST 17,

1849.

SENATORS.

Hardy, etc Gabriel T. Barbee.

Barbour, Monongalia, Preston, Randolph, Marion and Taylor John S.

Carlile.

Jefferson, etc Hierome L. Opie.

Hampshire, Berkeley and Morgan Thomas Sloan.

Wood, Harrison, Lewis, Braxton, Ritchie, Doddridge, Oilmen- and Wirt

John G. Stringer.
Marshall, Brooke, Ohio, Tyler, Doddridge, Wetzel and Hancock John

Parriott.
Kanawha, Mason, Cabell, Fayette, Logan, Wayne, Nicholas, Putnam and

Jackson James H. Fry.



DELEGATES.



Berkeley — Charles J. Faulkner and
William L. Boak.

Braxton, Letois and Gilmer — B. W.
Byrne.

Brooke and Hancock — T. Jacob De-
Camps.

Cabell, Putnam' and Wayne — Fred-
rick Moore.

Fayette and Nicholas — Fielding Mc-
Clung.

Greenbrier — Samuel Price.

Hampshire — James Allen and Asa
H'iett.

Hardy — Felix B. Welton.

Harrison and Doddridge — Benjamin
P.assel, Jr.

Jefferson — W. C. Worthington and
John A. Thompson.

Kanawha and Putnam — James M.
Laidley.

Logan and Boone — James H. Fergu-
son.



Marion — James P. Arnett.

Marshall — William P. McDonald.

3Iason, Putnam, Wirt and Jackson —

Mercer and (Giles) — Elijah P. Bai-
ley.
Charles Clendenin.

Monongalia — Caleb Tanzey.

Monroe — Christopher J. Beirne.

Morgan — Robert C. Gustin.

Ohio— William Pitts.

Pendleton and (Highland) — Benja-
min Hiner.

Pocahontas — William Cackley.

Preston- — Buckner Fairfax.

Randolph and Barbour — David Goff.

Taylor — John S. Burdett.

Tyler, Doddridge and Wetzel — Josi-
ah Boyers.

Wood, Wirt. Ritchie and Doddridge
— Henry B. Collins.



*Note. — Election declared void — re-elected upon writ of election



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SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 3, 1849, AND ENDING MARCH 22,

1850.

SENATORS.

Hardy, etc Gabriel T. Barbee.

Barbour, Monongalia, Preston. Randolph, Marion and Taylor John 8.
Carlile.

Jefferson, etc Hierome L. Opie.

Berkeley, Morgan and Hampshire .Moses S. Grantham.

Lewis, Harrison, Wood, Braxton. Ritchie, Taylor, Doddridge, Gilmer and
Wirt Mathew E'dmiston.

Marshall. Brooke, Ohio. Tyler. Doddridge, Wetzel and Hancock John

Parriott.

Kanawha, Mason. Cabell, Fayette. Logan. Wayne, Nicholas, Jackson, Put-
nam, Boone and Wyoming James H. Fry.



DELEGATES.



Berkeley — Allen C. Hammond and
Lewis Grantham.

Braxton. Lewis and Gilmer — James
Bennett.

Brooke and Hancock — Nathaniel
Wells.

Cabell, Putnam and Wayne — John
Morris.

Fayette and Nicholas — Hiram Hill.

Grt enbrier — Samuel Price.

Hampshire — Robert Powell and Wil-
liam P. Stump.

Hardy— Felix B. Welton.

Harrison and Doddridge — Charles S.
Lewis.

Jefferson — Talbot S. Duke.

Kanawha and Putnam — Spicer Pat-
rick.

Logan and, Boone — James H. Fergu-
son.

Marion — Zedekiah Kidwell.

Marshall — Garrison Jones.



Mason, Putnam, Wirt and Jackson
William Hicks.

Mercer and Giles — Albert G. Pen-
dleton.

Monongalia — Francis Warman.

Monroe — Christopher J. Beirne.

Morgan — Joseph S. Duckwall.

Ohio — James S. Wheat.

Pendleton and (Highland) — Benja-
min Hiner.

Pocahon tas — William Cackley.

Preston — Stephen B. Wheeler.

Randolph and Barbour — Charles S.
Hall.

Taylor — Mortimer H. Johnson.

Tyler, Doddridge and Wetzel. —
James G. West.

Wood, Wirt, Ritchie and Doddridge

— James Cook.



SESSION BEC.IXNING DECEMBER 2, 1850, AND ENDING MARCH 31,

1851.



SENATORS.

Hardi). etc Gabriel T. Barbee.

Jefferson, etc Hierome L. Opie.

Berkeley, Morgan and. Hampshire .Moses S. Grantham.

Lewis, Harrison. Wood. Braxton. Ritchie, Doddridge. Gilmer and Wirt
.Mathew Edmiston.



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[W. Va.



Tyler, Brooke, Ohio, Marshall, Doddridge, Wetzel and Hancock. .James G.
West.

Logan, Wayne, Kanawha, Mason, Cabell, Fayette, Jackson, Nicholas, Put-
nam, Boone and Wyoming E Vermont Ward.



DELEG

Berkeley — Allen C. Hammond and
Lewis Grantham.

Braxton, Lewis and Gilmer — Sam-
uel L. Hays.

Brooke and Hancock — Nathaniel
Wells.

Cabell, Putnam and Wayne — Jere-
miah Wellman.

Fayette and Nicholas— Robert Dun-
lap.

Greenbrier — Elisha Callison.

Hampshire — William P. Stump and
Alexander Monroe.

Hardy — Felix B. Welton.

Harrison and Doddridge — Charles S.
Lewis.

Jefferson — Talbot S. Duke and John
M. Jewett. '

Kanawha and Putnam — Spicer Pat-
rick.

Logan and Boone — James H. Fergu-
son.



ATES.

Marion — E'ngenius L. Boydston.

Marshall — William Jenney.

Mason, Putnam, Wirt and Jackson

— Robert T. Harvey.
Mercer and Giles — George W.

Pearis.
Monongalia — Francis Warman.
Monroe — Christopher J. Beirne.
Morgan — Lemuel Vanorsdal.
Ohio — Charles W. Russell.
Pendelton and (Highland) — James

B. Kee.
Pocahontas — William Cackley.
Preston — Buckner Fairfax.
Randolph and Barbour — Henry

Sturm.
Taylor — Mortimer H. Johnson.
Tyler, Doddridge and Wetzel — John

W. Horner.
Wood, Wirt, Ritchie and Doddridge

— William Lowther Jackson.



SESSION BEGINNING JANUARY 12, 1852, AND ENDING JUNE 7, 1852,

SENATORS.

Hampshire, Hardy and Morgan Robert B. Sherrard.

Greenbrier, Nicholas, Fayette, Pocahontas, Raleigh and Braxton . .Thomas
Creigh.

Harrison, Ritchie, Wood, Doddridge and Pleasants Benjamin Bassel.

Barbour, Upshur, Lewis, Gilmer and Randolph Albert G. Reger.

Ohio, Brooke and Hancock Thomas Sweeney.

Jefferson and Berkeley Moses S. Grantham.

Logan, Boone, Kanawha, Putnam and Wyoming Evermont Ward.

Mason, Jackson, Cabell, Wayne and Wirt John Hall.

Marshall, Wetzel, Marion and Tyler Jefferson Martin.

Monongalia, Preston and Taylor Alexander Wade, Jr.



Barbour— Elam D. Talbott.

Berkeley — James W. Gray and
James M. Newkirk.

Braxton and Nicholas — Robert Dun-
lap.

Brooke and Hancock — Edward
Smith.



DELEGATES.

Marion — Zedekiah Kidwell and Ulys-
ses N. Arnett.

Marshall — Garrison Jones

Mason — John McCulloch.

Mercer — Reuben Garretson.

Monongalia — Andrew McDonald and
John Lemley.



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Doddridge and Tyler — Benjamin W.

Jackson.
Fayette and Raleigh — William

Prince.
Gilmer and Wirt — Minter Jackson.
Greenbrier — Samuel Price.*
Hampshire — Thomas White and

James Allen.
Hardy — George R. C. Price.
Harrison — Charles S. Lewis and

Thomas L. Moore.
Jackson — George Crow.
Jefferson — Benjamin Moore and

John T. Gibson.
Kanawha — Spicer Patrick and An-
drew P. Fry.
Lewis — Jonathan M. Bennett.
Logan, Boone and Wyoming — Isaac

Morgan.



Monroe — John H. Vawter and John
Echols.

Morgan — Andrew Michael, Jr.

Ohio — Charles W. Russell and Ches-
ter D. Hubbard.

Pendleton — James B. Kee.

Pleasants and Ritchie — William
Lowther Jackson.

Pocahontas — Andrew Nottingham.

Preston — William B. Zinn and John
Scott.

Putnam — John Bowyer.

Randolph — John Taylor.

Taylor — John S. Burdett.

Upshur — David S. Pinnell.

Wayne — Jeremiah Wellman.

Wetzel — David West.

Wood — John J. Jackson, Jr.



SESSION BEGINNING NOVEMBER 22, 1852, AND ENDING APRIL 11,

1853.

SENATORS.

Hampshire, Hardy and Morgan Robert B. Sherrard.

Greenbrier, Nicholas, Fayette, Pocaliontas, Raleigh and Braxton. .Thomas

Creigh.
Harrison, Ritchie, Doddridge, Pleasants and Wood. .Benjamin Bassel, Jr.

Barbour, Upshur, Lewis, Gilmer and Randolph Albert G. Reger.

Ohio, Brooke, and Hancock Thomas Sweeney.

Berkeley and Jefferson Moses G. Grantham.

Logan, Boone, Kanawha, Putnam and Wyoming Evermont Ward.

Mason, Jackson, Cabell and Wirt John Hall.

Marshall, Wetzel, Marion and Tyler Jefferson Martin.

Monongalia, Preston and Taylor Alexander Wade, Jr.

DELEGATES.

Barbour — Elam D. Talbott. \ Marshall — Garrison Jones.

Berkeley — George H. McCluref and Marion — Ulysses N. Arnett and Zed-



James M. Newkirk.

Braxton and Nicholas — Robert Dun-
lap.

Brooke and Hancock — Edward
Smith.

Cabell — Henry B. Maupin.

Doddridge and Tyler — Benjamin W.
Jackson.

Fayette and Raleigh — William
Prince.



ekiah Kidwell.
Mason — John McCulloch.
Mercer — Reuben Garretson.
Monongalia — Andrew McDonald and

John Lemley.
Monroe — John H. Vawter and John

Echols.
Morgan — Andrew Michael, Jr.
Ohio — John H. Oldham and Charles

W. Russell.



*Note. — Resigned April 27th, 1852, and Benjamin F. Renick elected in his
stead.

fin place of James W. Gray, resigned.



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[W. Va.



Gilmer and Wirt — Minter Jackson.

Greenbrier — Benjamin P. Renick.

Hampshire — James Allen and Thos.
B. White.

Harrison— Thomas L. Moore and Cy-
rus Vance.*

Jackson — George Crow.

Jefferson — Jno. T. Gibson and Ben-
jamin Moor.

Kanawha — Andrew P. Fry and Spi-
cer Patrick.

Lewis — Jonathan M. Bennett.

Logan, Boone and Wyoming — Isaac
Morgan.



Pendleton — James B. Kee.
Pleasants and Ritchie — Montgomery

Bottom. f
Pocahontas — Adam Nottingham.
Preston — William B. Zinn and John

Scott.
Putnam — John Bowyer.
Randolph — John Taylor.
Taylor — John S. Burdett.
Upshur — David S. Pinnell.
Wayne — Jeremiah Wellman.
Wetzel — David West.
Wood — John J. Jackson, Jr.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 5, 1853, AND ENDING MARCH 4,

1854.



SENATORS.

Hardy. Hampshire and Morgan John C. B. Mullin.

Greenbrier, Nicholas, Fayette, Pocahontas, Raleigh and Braxton . . Thomas
Creigh.

Harrison, Ritchie, Doddridge, Pleasants and Wood Uriel M. Turner.

Barbour, Upshur, Lewis, Gilmer and Randolph Albert G. Reger.

Ohio, Brooke and Randolph Lewis Steenrod.

Berkeley and Jefferson Moses S. Grantham.

Logan, Boone, Kanaioha, Putnam and Wyoming Evermont Ward.

Mason, Jackson, Cabell, Wayne and Wirt John Hall.

Wetzel, Marshall, Marion and Tyler James G. West.

Monongalia, Preston and Tyler Alexander Wade, Jr.



DELEG

Barbour — Elam D. Talbott.
Berkeley — • George H. McClure and

Henry J. Seibert.
Braxton and Nicholas — James P.

Given.
Brooke and Hancock — Edward

Smith and Thomas J. Hewett.
Cabell — Andrew McComas.
Doddridge and Tyler — Samuel P. P.

Randolph.
Fayette and Raleigh — William

Prince.
Gilmer and Wirt — John E. Hays.
Greenbrier — Benjamin P. Renick.
Hampshire — Isaac Parsons and

Jesse Lupton.



ATES.

Marion — Alpheus F. Haymond and
John Barnes.

Marshall — Bushrod Price.

Mason— Griffith B. Thomas.

Mercer — William M. Meadors.

Monongalia — John B. Laugh and
Henry Coombs.

Monroe — John Taffany and Andrew
Bierne.

Morgan — George B. Dyche.

Ohio — Thomas M. Gaily and John C.
Campbell.

Pendleton — James B. Kee.

Pleasants and Ritchie — James Ma-
lone.

Pocahontas — Adam Nottingham.



*In place of Charles S. T.ewis. resigned,
tin place of William L. Jackson, resigned.



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Hwdy — John H. Cassin.

Harrison — Thomas L. Moore and

Andrew S. Holden.
Jackson — Squire M. Gallahue.
Jefferson — • James D. Gibson and

Clarke W. Button.
Kanawha — Spicer Fatrick, Daniel

Smith.
Lewis — John Brannon.
Logan, Boone and Wyoming — Joseph

Barrett.



Preston — John A. F. Martin and

William B. Zinn.
Putnam^ — Robert T. Harvey.
Randolph — John Phares.
Taylor — Zadock Shields.
I 'pshur — Washington Summers.
Wayne — William Vinson.
Wetzel — Charles Horner.
Wood — John Jay Jackson.



SESSION BEGINNING DECEMBER 3, 1855, AND ENDING MARCH 19,

1856.

senators.

Hon. Elisha Wesley McComas, of Kanawha County, Lieutenant-Gov-
ernor President.

Hampshire, Hardy, Morgan James D. Armstrong.

Greenbrier, Nicholas, Fayette, Pocahontas, Raleigh and Braxton. .Thomas
Creigh.

Harrison, Doddridge, Ritchie, Pleasants and Wood Uriel M. Turner.

Barbour, Upshur, Lewis, Gilmer, and Randolph Albert G. Reger.

Ohio, Brooke and Hancock Lewis Steenrod.

Jefferson and Berkeley Francis Yates.

Kanawha, Boone Logan, Putnam, and Wyoming Andrew Parks.

Jackson, Mason, Cabell, Wayne and Wirt Fleet W. Smith.

Wetzel, Marshall, Marion and Tyler James G. West.



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