CITY OF COLUMBUS,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1848.
At the first session of the forty-seventh General Assembly of the
State of Ohio, under the constitution, began and held in the city of
Columbus, on Monday the fourth day of December, A. D. 1848, the
following gentlemen appeared and produced certificates of election,
and were duly sworn or affirmed to support the constitution of the
United States, and of the State of Ohio, and to discharge with fideli-
ty the duties of representatives of this State, to wit :
Adams and Pike-Daniel Cockerill.
Allen, Mercer and Auglaize-Samuel R. Mott.
Ashtabula and Lake-John F. Morse.
Belmont and Guernsey-Samuel Bigger.
Butler Joseph D. Ringwood.
Brown-James H. Smith.
Clermont-Shepherd F. Norris.
Coshocton-James M. Burt.
Darke and Shelby—Luther Monfort.
Fairfield —Daniel Keller.
Fayette and Highland-Hugh Smart.
Franklin James Dalzell.
Hamilton—George E. Pugh, A. N. Pierce, Henry Roedter, Alex.
Long, Edwin L. Armstrong:
Hancock and Wyandott-Machias C. Whiteley.
Henry and Lucas-Freeborn Potter.
Hocking, Perry and Fairfield—Isaac Larimer.
Knox and Holmes-Jacob Vorhes and Lawrence Van Buskirk.
Licking—Robert B. Truman.
Lorain-Norton S. Townshend.
Medina_James C. Johnson.
Monroe-James R. Morris.