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and George W. Booker. King George.--William T. Smith, Dr. Richard H. Stuart and Abram B. Hooe. King William.--Josiah Burruss, J. Hill King and Edward Hill. King & Queen.--James M. Jeffries, Richard H. Bagby and William B. Davis. Louisa.--Wellington Gordon, John Hunter and Dr. William S. Fowler. Lunenburg.--John Orgain, jr., Colin Stokes and Frederick Lester. Logan.--Colonel Isaac Morgan, John Justice and G. Dingess. Morgan.--Thomas L. Clark, John Barney and A. L. Michael. Madison.--Robert A. Banks, William A. Hill and Joshua Miller. Mathews.--Walter G. Lane, Thomas M. Hunley and John H. Blake. Meeklenburg.--Tucker Carrington, Alfred Boyd and John B. Northington. Mereer.--Syms Thompson, Davis Calfee and William Houchins. Middlesex.--Andrew B. Evans, Dr. George L. Nicholson and Philip T. Woodward. Montgomery.--William R. Perfater, Thomas D. Childress and David G. Thomas. Nelson.--Joseph H. Shelton, Thomas M. Dickinson, Miles T. Shipman. Nottoway.--Rich
mons, of Pennsylvania, on the 11th of February, 1790, and a memorial to the same effect of Quakers, of New York city, presented by Mr. Lawrence, of New York. Mr. Hartly, of Pennsylvania, seconded by Mr. White, of Virginia, moved the reference of the first petition, which was opposed by Messrs. Stone, of Maryland; Smith, Tucker and Burke, of South Carolina; Baldwin and Jackson, of Georgia, who were in favor of its going to the table. Messrs. Fitzsimmons and Hartly, of Pennsylvania; Parker, Madison and Page, of Virginia; Lawrence, of New York; Sedgwick, of Massachusetts; Boudinot, of New Jersey; Sherman and Huntington, of Connecticut, favored a reference. Those who opposed it expressed the fear that action indicating an interference with this kind of property would sink it in value and be injurious to a great number of citizens, particularly of the Southern States.--They deprecated the disposition of the class represented by the petitioners to meddle with concerns with which they had