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The Jeffersonian cyclopedia;

a comprehensive collection of the views of Thomas Jefferson classified and arranged in alphabetical order under nine thousand titles relating to government, politics, law, education, political economy, finance, science, art, literature, religious freedom, morals, etc.;
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1847. COUNCIL, Duties.—

A Council of
shall be chosen by joint ballot of both
houses of Assembly, who shall hold their of
fices seven years and be ineligible a second
time, and who, * * * shall hold no other
office or emolument under this State, or any
other State or power whatsoever. Their duty
shall be to * * * advise the Governor
when called on by him, and their advice in
any case shall be a sanction to him. They
shall also have power, and it shall be their
duty, to meet at their own will, and to give
their advice, though not required by the governor,
in cases where they shall think the public
good calls for it. * * * They shall annually
choose a President, who shall preside
in council in the absence of the Governor, and
who, in case of his office becoming vacant by
death or otherwise, shall have authority to
exercise all his functions, till a new appointment
be made, as he shall also in any interval
during which the Governor shall declare himself
unable to attend to the duties of his office.—
Proposed Constitution for Virginia. Washington ed. viii, 447. Ford ed., iii, 327.