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e public arms more uniformly distributed in the Western counties of this State; by Mr. Claiborne, of placing vessels owned in the State of Virginia, and navigating James and Appomattox rivers, on the same footing, as regards taxation, as vessels owned out of the State. Petitions Presented.--By Mr. Hubbard, of Robert Borham, praying that tax erroneously assessed be refunded to him; of Job Bennington and others, citizens of Grayson county, asking for the improvement of the navigation of New river. Bills Passed.--Mr. Coghill reported from committee a bill allowing persons elected at the last general election as Commissioners of the Revenue, who failed to qualify within the time prescribed by law, to qualify as such, in certain cases. The bill was amended, on motion of Mr. Brannon, by the addition of a section providing that persons who had been elected Commissioners and qualified as such, but not within the time prescribed by law, such qualification shall be deemed as effectua
The Daily Dispatch: January 15, 1861., [Electronic resource], Message from the acting Governor of Kansas. (search)
t public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the property embraced in the deeds, or so much thereof as may be necessary for the purposes therein named. The real estate consists of his Home Tract, and the Lands adjoining the same lying on New River, and within half a mile of New River White Sulphur Springs, containing about 1400 acres of valuable hand, a portion of it improved, and in fine condition, with a good dwelling-house and other necessary buildings; a Tract of Land lying on the waame lying on New River, and within half a mile of New River White Sulphur Springs, containing about 1400 acres of valuable hand, a portion of it improved, and in fine condition, with a good dwelling-house and other necessary buildings; a Tract of Land lying on the waters of John's Creek, in Montgomery county, of about 1800 acres; 22 Negroes — Men, Women and Children most of them very likely and valuable. The sale will be continued from day to day until completed. A. G. Pendleton, Trustee.