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Senate Committee on Loss of Evidence in Contested Election, Select - 12th 1st C.S. (1870)

Committee Members
Ebenezer Lafayette Dohoney, Chair
S.W. Ford
George T. Ruby
Charges
• Inquire into and ascertain the facts in reference to the evidence which has been lost in the case of the contest election of Lane and Dillard.*

Note:
Appointed by Lieutenant Governor 4/6/1871 pursuant to resolution by Dohoney following a question of privilege by Senator Dillard stating that certain evidence submitted to the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections had been lost or mislaid and requesting time to reproduce evidence. Committee appointed to ascertain the facts in reference to the lost evidence. Majority report signed by Senators Ruby and Ford. Minority report signed by Senator Dohoney.

* This represents an abstract of the report contents. Charge text is incomplete or unavailable.

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