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Cabell (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
House of Delegates. Tuesday, Jan. 22d, 1861. Speaker Crutchfield called the House to order at 12 o'clock M. Prayer by Rev. J. B. Jeter, of the Third Baptist Church. Bills Reported.--Bills were reported from standing committee, as follows: Authorizing the trustees of Easter's Meeting-House, in Morgan county, to sell and convey the same; incorporating the Richmond and Liverpool Packet Company; amending and re-enacting the charter of the town of Guyandotte, in Cabell county; for the relief of the administrator of John W. Moore, late Sheriff of Jefferson county; for the relief of Richard H. Horner, of Fauquier county; amending the 39th chapter of the Code, concerning taxes on Bank dividends, collateral inheritances and taxes on suits and seals; for the relief of the securities of Wm. Parris, late Sheriff of the county of Appomattox; releasing Oscar H. Tate from the payment of a fine imposed by the judgment of the Circuit Court of Harrison county; incorporating the Meadville
Braxton (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
mending an act concerning colporteurs. Resolutions.--The following resolutions were read and referred: By Mr. Wilson, of amending chapter 198 of the Code of Virginia, so as the more effectually to prevent the circulation of abolition and incendiary publications; by Mr. Magruder, of amending the 8th section, chapter 200, of the new edition of the Code; by Mr. Alderson, of making an appropriation on the two and three-fifths principle to construct a bridge across the Little Kanawha, in Braxton county. Petitions, &c., Presented and Referred.--By Mr. McGruder, the remonstrance of certain citizens of Henrico against the extension of the corporate limits of Richmond; by Mr. Bassel, the petition of citizens of Randolph and upshur, praying an appropriation for the construction of a road on State account; by Mr. McKenzie, the petition of citizens of Alexandria in favor of repealing that portion of the tax law which makes vessels retailing wood take out a license. Adverse Reports.-
J. T. Irving (search for this): article 10
ferred.--By Mr. McGruder, the remonstrance of certain citizens of Henrico against the extension of the corporate limits of Richmond; by Mr. Bassel, the petition of citizens of Randolph and upshur, praying an appropriation for the construction of a road on State account; by Mr. McKenzie, the petition of citizens of Alexandria in favor of repealing that portion of the tax law which makes vessels retailing wood take out a license. Adverse Reports.--The Committee on Finance reported adversely to the petition of Robert Alexander and others, to release John Ray of a fine. The Committee on Schools and Colleges, adversely on the resolution for paying to J. T. Irving, a sum of money out of the school fund. The Committee on Military Affairs asked to be discharged from the consideration of a resolution asking them to inquire into the expediency of allowing compensation to James Carskadon and Wm. F. Davis, for services rendered the 77th Regiment Virginia Militia. Granted: Adjourned.
astern Lunatic Asylum, that at Staunton to the Central Lunatic Asylum, and that at Weston to the Northwestern Lunatic Asylum. Coercion Resolutions of the Ohio Legislature. The Speaker laid before the House the following communication from Gov. Letcher, which was accompanied by a letter from the Governor of Ohio, transmitting certain coercion resolutions adopted on the 12th inst, by the Black Republican Legislature of that State. Being read by the Clerk, they were afterwards, on motion, laid on the table by a vote of 59 to 57. Gov. Letcher's message reads as follows: Executive Department, January 21, 1861. Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Delegates: I have received from His Excellency, Wm. Dennison, Governor of the State of Ohio, a communication enclosing resolutions passed by the General Assembly of that State on the 12th inst. These resolutions express a desire for the preservation of the Union. To give effect to this patriotic desire, they tender to
House of Delegates. Tuesday, Jan. 22d, 1861. Speaker Crutchfield called the House to order at 12 o'clock M. Prayer by Rev. J. B. Jeter, of the Third Baptist Church. Bills Reported.--Bills were reported from standing committee, as follows: Authorizing the trustees of Easter's Meeting-House, in Morgan county, to sell and convey the same; incorporating the Richmond and Liverpool Packet Company; amending and re-enacting the charter of the town of Guyandotte, in Cabell county; for the relief of the administrator of John W. Moore, late Sheriff of Jefferson county; for the relief of Richard H. Horner, of Fauquier county; amending the 39th chapter of the Code, concerning taxes on Bank dividends, collateral inheritances and taxes on suits and seals; for the relief of the securities of Wm. Parris, late Sheriff of the county of Appomattox; releasing Oscar H. Tate from the payment of a fine imposed by the judgment of the Circuit Court of Harrison county; incorporating the Meadville
William F. Davis (search for this): article 10
ferred.--By Mr. McGruder, the remonstrance of certain citizens of Henrico against the extension of the corporate limits of Richmond; by Mr. Bassel, the petition of citizens of Randolph and upshur, praying an appropriation for the construction of a road on State account; by Mr. McKenzie, the petition of citizens of Alexandria in favor of repealing that portion of the tax law which makes vessels retailing wood take out a license. Adverse Reports.--The Committee on Finance reported adversely to the petition of Robert Alexander and others, to release John Ray of a fine. The Committee on Schools and Colleges, adversely on the resolution for paying to J. T. Irving, a sum of money out of the school fund. The Committee on Military Affairs asked to be discharged from the consideration of a resolution asking them to inquire into the expediency of allowing compensation to James Carskadon and Wm. F. Davis, for services rendered the 77th Regiment Virginia Militia. Granted: Adjourned.
Richard H. Horner (search for this): article 10
o'clock M. Prayer by Rev. J. B. Jeter, of the Third Baptist Church. Bills Reported.--Bills were reported from standing committee, as follows: Authorizing the trustees of Easter's Meeting-House, in Morgan county, to sell and convey the same; incorporating the Richmond and Liverpool Packet Company; amending and re-enacting the charter of the town of Guyandotte, in Cabell county; for the relief of the administrator of John W. Moore, late Sheriff of Jefferson county; for the relief of Richard H. Horner, of Fauquier county; amending the 39th chapter of the Code, concerning taxes on Bank dividends, collateral inheritances and taxes on suits and seals; for the relief of the securities of Wm. Parris, late Sheriff of the county of Appomattox; releasing Oscar H. Tate from the payment of a fine imposed by the judgment of the Circuit Court of Harrison county; incorporating the Meadville Manufacturing Company; changing the names of the Lunatic Asylums — that at Williamsburg to the Eastern Lun
of the new edition of the Code; by Mr. Alderson, of making an appropriation on the two and three-fifths principle to construct a bridge across the Little Kanawha, in Braxton county. Petitions, &c., Presented and Referred.--By Mr. McGruder, the remonstrance of certain citizens of Henrico against the extension of the corporate limits of Richmond; by Mr. Bassel, the petition of citizens of Randolph and upshur, praying an appropriation for the construction of a road on State account; by Mr. McKenzie, the petition of citizens of Alexandria in favor of repealing that portion of the tax law which makes vessels retailing wood take out a license. Adverse Reports.--The Committee on Finance reported adversely to the petition of Robert Alexander and others, to release John Ray of a fine. The Committee on Schools and Colleges, adversely on the resolution for paying to J. T. Irving, a sum of money out of the school fund. The Committee on Military Affairs asked to be discharged from the
ferred.--By Mr. McGruder, the remonstrance of certain citizens of Henrico against the extension of the corporate limits of Richmond; by Mr. Bassel, the petition of citizens of Randolph and upshur, praying an appropriation for the construction of a road on State account; by Mr. McKenzie, the petition of citizens of Alexandria in favor of repealing that portion of the tax law which makes vessels retailing wood take out a license. Adverse Reports.--The Committee on Finance reported adversely to the petition of Robert Alexander and others, to release John Ray of a fine. The Committee on Schools and Colleges, adversely on the resolution for paying to J. T. Irving, a sum of money out of the school fund. The Committee on Military Affairs asked to be discharged from the consideration of a resolution asking them to inquire into the expediency of allowing compensation to James Carskadon and Wm. F. Davis, for services rendered the 77th Regiment Virginia Militia. Granted: Adjourned.
Robert Alexander (search for this): article 10
ferred.--By Mr. McGruder, the remonstrance of certain citizens of Henrico against the extension of the corporate limits of Richmond; by Mr. Bassel, the petition of citizens of Randolph and upshur, praying an appropriation for the construction of a road on State account; by Mr. McKenzie, the petition of citizens of Alexandria in favor of repealing that portion of the tax law which makes vessels retailing wood take out a license. Adverse Reports.--The Committee on Finance reported adversely to the petition of Robert Alexander and others, to release John Ray of a fine. The Committee on Schools and Colleges, adversely on the resolution for paying to J. T. Irving, a sum of money out of the school fund. The Committee on Military Affairs asked to be discharged from the consideration of a resolution asking them to inquire into the expediency of allowing compensation to James Carskadon and Wm. F. Davis, for services rendered the 77th Regiment Virginia Militia. Granted: Adjourned.
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