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vernor Letcher, transmitting "from his Excellency John Tyler a detailed report of his acts as Commirmer in the city of Washington: From Ex-President Tyler to the President.brown's Hotel., Washi and respect, your most obedient servant, John Tyler. His Excellency James Buchanan, President ry respectfully, James Buchanan, His Excellency John Tyler. Note to President--no. 2. Wedny truly and sincerely yours, The President.John Tyler. Note to the President, enclosing telery respectfully. James Buchanan. His Excellency John Tyler. P. S.--I was prepared to send my mesnately adjourned over until Monday. Ex-President Tyler to President Buchanan. Brown's Hotel, am, dear sir, Truly and faithfully yours, John Tyler. Reply of the President. Washington,ry respectfully, James Buchanan. His Excellency John Tyler. The correspondence was accompani, dear sir., Respectfully and truly yours, John Tyler. Governor Letcher. On motion of [3 more...]
e, and that the same be referred to the Committee on Courts of Justice. Concurred in. Laid on the Table.--The bill refunding to Benj. and Isaac Deford a certain sum of money paid on an erroneous assessment, was laid on the table. Hon. John Tyler's Mission.--A message from the Governor was laid before the House, enclosing a communication from the Hon. John Tyler relative to his journey to Washington under the instructions of the Legislature.--The message and documents being read by t the Table.--The bill refunding to Benj. and Isaac Deford a certain sum of money paid on an erroneous assessment, was laid on the table. Hon. John Tyler's Mission.--A message from the Governor was laid before the House, enclosing a communication from the Hon. John Tyler relative to his journey to Washington under the instructions of the Legislature.--The message and documents being read by the Clerk, were, on motion, laid on the table and ordered to be printed. The House adjourned.
The Legislature. The Governor, yesterday, sent to the Senate a detailed report of the acts of Hon. John Tyler as Commissioner from Virginia, accompanied by a copy of the correspondence between that gentleman and the President of the United States, which were read and ordered to be printed. Copies of the documents referred to, which will no doubt be perused with interest, will be found in the regular report of Senate proceedings. Bills were reported relative to the two Courts of Appeal; g Railroads. Bills were reported to amend the laws regulating Mining and other companies, and for a partial suspension of State bonds, and providing for complying with contracts already made upon the Covington and Ohio Railroad. A report was returned adverse to the petition asking for the formation of a new county out of parts of Monroe and Fayette. --A communication from Ex-President Tyler, relative to his recent mission to Washington, was read, laid on the table, and ordered to be printed.