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Logan County (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 122
ion of Mr. J. C. Gilbert, the rules of the House of Representatives at Frankfort, as far as applicable to its proceedings, were adopted by the Conference. On motion of Colonel Blanton Duncan, a doorkeeper was appointed. Mr. W. M. Clark, of Logan County, was elected doorkeeper. On motion of Colonel Blanton Duncan, the Conference proceeded to the election of permanent officers, and the following gentlemen were unanimously chosen: For Chairman, Hon. H. C. Burnett, of Trigg County. For Secretary, R. McKee, of the city of Louisville. For Assistant Secretary, T. S. Bryan, of Christian County. For Doorkeeper, W. M. Clark, of Logan County. On motion it was Resolved, That the proceedings of the Conference should be private and confidential until ordered to be made public by a majority thereof, and that all participating in its proceedings, or present at its deliberations, should be held pledged to secrecy in reference thereto. J. C. Wickliffe, of Nelson County, moved
Fort Henry (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 122
f the Conference. On motion of J. C. Gilbert, of Marshall County, T. S. Bryan, of Christian County, was chosen temporary assistant secretary of the Convention. On motion of Colonel John D. Morris, of Christian County, the counties were called, and the following gentlemen answered to their names:--Caldwell--Dr. W. N. Gaither. Calloway — E. Owen, D. Matthewson. Christian--J. D. Morris, T. S. Bryan. Graves — A. R. Boone. Grayson — J. J. Cunningham. Hardin — H. E. Read, G. W. Maxson. Henry — B. W. Jenkins. Hopkins — L. M. Lowe, C. S. Greene. Jefferson — John Jones. Larue — J. S. Churchill. Logan — R. Browder, G. T. Edwards, W. M. Clark. City of Louisville — J. D. Pope, B. H. Hornsby, J. G. Gorsuch, W. Johnston, E. D. Ricketts, Blanton Duncan, Henry Gray, H. W. Bruce, R. McKee. Marshall — I. C. Gilbert. Marion — G. S. Miller. Meade — J. P. Walton, J. S. Taylor. Mercer — Philip B. Thompson. Muhlenburg — H. D. Lothrop, R. S. Russell. Nelson — J
Russellville (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 122
Doc. 118. Conference at Russellville, Ky. Russellville, Ky., Oct. 29, 1861. In accordance with a notice previously given, a number of gentlemen from several counties in the State assembledRussellville, Ky., Oct. 29, 1861. In accordance with a notice previously given, a number of gentlemen from several counties in the State assembled in Odd Fellows' Hall, in the city of Russellville, on Tuesday, October 29, 1861, for the purpose of conferring together in reference to the situation of the country, and the steps to be taken to betRussellville, on Tuesday, October 29, 1861, for the purpose of conferring together in reference to the situation of the country, and the steps to be taken to better preserve domestic tranquillity and protect the rights of person and property in the State of Kentucky. On motion of Colonel George W. Johnson, of Scott County, Hon. H. C. Burnett, of Trigg Counted in any manner now possible by the people of the several counties of the State, to meet at Russellville on the 18th of November, and we recommend to them the passage of an ordinance severing foreve, was adopted. On motion, the thanks of the Conference were tendered to the Odd Fellows of Russellville, for the use of their hall. And then the Conference adjourned sine die. H. C. Burnett, Ch
United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 122
tection to the citizens in their persons and property, and secure to them the blessings of constitutional government. Resolved, That we recommend to the people in every county where they have the power so to do, to organize at once a County Guard of at least one hundred men, to be armed by the people in every county, and mounted if possible, to be paid as Confederate troops, and subject to duty in their own and adjoining counties, and subject also to the rules and regulations of the Confederate States, and to the orders of the commanding general. Resolved, That we will never pay one cent of the unconstitutional loan of five millions of dollars obtained by the Legislature from the banks for the prosecution of this war, instituted for the coercion and subjugation of the slaveholding States, and that we will resist by force of arms, if necessary, the collection by the sheriffs of all taxes intended to be paid over to the Lincoln party in the Legislature, and that we denounce as enem
Trigg (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 122
ation of the country, and the steps to be taken to better preserve domestic tranquillity and protect the rights of person and property in the State of Kentucky. On motion of Colonel George W. Johnson, of Scott County, Hon. H. C. Burnett, of Trigg County, was chosen temporary chairman of the Conference. On motion of Colonel Blanton Duncan, of the city of Louisville, R. McKee, of the city of Louisville, was chosen temporary secretary of the Conference. On motion of J. C. Gilbert, of Marshlark, of Logan County, was elected doorkeeper. On motion of Colonel Blanton Duncan, the Conference proceeded to the election of permanent officers, and the following gentlemen were unanimously chosen: For Chairman, Hon. H. C. Burnett, of Trigg County. For Secretary, R. McKee, of the city of Louisville. For Assistant Secretary, T. S. Bryan, of Christian County. For Doorkeeper, W. M. Clark, of Logan County. On motion it was Resolved, That the proceedings of the Conference shou
Anderson (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 122
e held pledged to secrecy in reference thereto. J. C. Wickliffe, of Nelson County, moved that the Conference adjourn to meet again to-morrow morning, at ten o'clock. Ayes twenty-three, nays twenty-two, and the Conference accordingly adjourned. Wednesday, Oct. 30, 1861. The Conference met pursuant to adjournment. The journal of yesterday was read and approved. The following gentlemen appeared and took seats in the Conference, viz.: From Carroll County, H. L. Giltner; from Anderson County, J. H. D. McKee; from Muhlenburg County, W. U. Wand; from Woodford County, Sandford Lyne; from Monroe County, Z. McDaniel; from Christian County, Henry Young; from Campbell County, George B. Hodge; from Jefferson County, J. B. Bell. Colonel G. W. Johnson, of Scott County, presented a series of resolutions for the consideration of the Conference. R. McKee, of the city of Louisville, offered a substitute for the resolutions presented by Mr. Johnson. H. W. Bruce, of the city of Lo
Christian (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 122
was chosen temporary secretary of the Conference. On motion of J. C. Gilbert, of Marshall County, T. S. Bryan, of Christian County, was chosen temporary assistant secretary of the Convention. On motion of Colonel John D. Morris, of Christian CoChristian County, the counties were called, and the following gentlemen answered to their names:--Caldwell--Dr. W. N. Gaither. Calloway — E. Owen, D. Matthewson. Christian--J. D. Morris, T. S. Bryan. Graves — A. R. Boone. Grayson — J. J. Cunningham. Hardin of Trigg County. For Secretary, R. McKee, of the city of Louisville. For Assistant Secretary, T. S. Bryan, of Christian County. For Doorkeeper, W. M. Clark, of Logan County. On motion it was Resolved, That the proceedings of the ConfecKee; from Muhlenburg County, W. U. Wand; from Woodford County, Sandford Lyne; from Monroe County, Z. McDaniel; from Christian County, Henry Young; from Campbell County, George B. Hodge; from Jefferson County, J. B. Bell. Colonel G. W. Johnson, of<
Kentucky (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 122
ille, on Tuesday, October 29, 1861, for the purpose of conferring together in reference to the situation of the country, and the steps to be taken to better preserve domestic tranquillity and protect the rights of person and property in the State of Kentucky. On motion of Colonel George W. Johnson, of Scott County, Hon. H. C. Burnett, of Trigg County, was chosen temporary chairman of the Conference. On motion of Colonel Blanton Duncan, of the city of Louisville, R. McKee, of the city of Lnd broken down the Constitution of the Federal Union, and being as yet no part of the Southern Confederacy, and therefore altogether without the protection of law, the people have, by the laws of God and the express letter of the Constitution of Kentucky, at all times an inalienable and indefeasible right to alter, reform, or abolish their government, in such manner as they may think proper; and, in the language of the same Constitution, we declare that absolute and arbitrary power over the live
Frankfort (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 122
--Mr. Miller, J. R. Gathright. Ohio--Dr. W. G. Mitchell, F. W. Forman. Scott — G. W. Johnson. Shelby--Colonel Jack Allen, J. F. Davis. Spencer — T. L. Burnett. Todd — James A. Russell, W. B. Harrison. Trigg — Mat. McKinney, H. C. Burnett. Washington — Pat. Symmes. Lyon — W. B. Machen, R. L. Cobb. McCracken — W. Bullitt. McLean--Rev. Joseph Gregory, J. S. Morton. Garrard — J. P. Burnside, G. R. Davis. On motion of Mr. J. C. Gilbert, the rules of the House of Representatives at Frankfort, as far as applicable to its proceedings, were adopted by the Conference. On motion of Colonel Blanton Duncan, a doorkeeper was appointed. Mr. W. M. Clark, of Logan County, was elected doorkeeper. On motion of Colonel Blanton Duncan, the Conference proceeded to the election of permanent officers, and the following gentlemen were unanimously chosen: For Chairman, Hon. H. C. Burnett, of Trigg County. For Secretary, R. McKee, of the city of Louisville. For Assistant S
Louisville (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 122
man of the Conference. On motion of Colonel Blanton Duncan, of the city of Louisville, R. McKee, of the city of Louisville, was chosen temporary secretary of the CLouisville, was chosen temporary secretary of the Conference. On motion of J. C. Gilbert, of Marshall County, T. S. Bryan, of Christian County, was chosen temporary assistant secretary of the Convention. On moti — J. S. Churchill. Logan — R. Browder, G. T. Edwards, W. M. Clark. City of Louisville — J. D. Pope, B. H. Hornsby, J. G. Gorsuch, W. Johnston, E. D. Ricketts, Blann. H. C. Burnett, of Trigg County. For Secretary, R. McKee, of the city of Louisville. For Assistant Secretary, T. S. Bryan, of Christian County. For Doorkeeolutions for the consideration of the Conference. R. McKee, of the city of Louisville, offered a substitute for the resolutions presented by Mr. Johnson. H. W. Bruce, of the city of Louisville, offered an amendment to the original resolutions. George B. Hodge, of Campbell County, offered an amendment to the substitute. <
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