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Loudoun (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
ent vessels, &c., from being moored to buoys, beacons, or other floating guides, placed in the navigable waters of this State by the United States Light-House Board; by Mr. Johnson, of incorporating the Rocky Point Lime and Marble Company, in the county of Botetourt. Bills Passed.--House bill amending the charter of the town of Charleston, in the county of Kanawha: House bill to amend the 2nd; 3rd and 6th sections of an act passed February 28th, 1856, providing for working the roads of Loudoun; House bill amending the charter of the Brown's Gap Turnpike Company; House bill authorizing the Board of Public Works to appoint Commissioners to estimate and report upon losses sustained by John Conaway, in the construction of the Fairmont and Wheeling Turnpike Road; Senate bill to distribute Mayo's Guide to Coroners, with an amendment from the House; Senate bill transferring the Cacapon and North Branch Turnpike to the County Court of Hampshire county. Re-Arrangement.--The House bil
Botetourt (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
pend the levying of taxes by the State on the Wheeling and Belmont Bridge Company for six years; to incorporate the Marshall county Oil and Mining Company. Resolutions of Inquiry Adopted.--By Mr. McKenney, of reporting a bill to prevent vessels, &c., from being moored to buoys, beacons, or other floating guides, placed in the navigable waters of this State by the United States Light-House Board; by Mr. Johnson, of incorporating the Rocky Point Lime and Marble Company, in the county of Botetourt. Bills Passed.--House bill amending the charter of the town of Charleston, in the county of Kanawha: House bill to amend the 2nd; 3rd and 6th sections of an act passed February 28th, 1856, providing for working the roads of Loudoun; House bill amending the charter of the Brown's Gap Turnpike Company; House bill authorizing the Board of Public Works to appoint Commissioners to estimate and report upon losses sustained by John Conaway, in the construction of the Fairmont and Wheeling Tu
General assembly of Virginia.[Extra session.]Senate. Thursday, March 21, 1861. The Senate was called to order at the usual hour, Lieut. Gov. Montague in the Chair. A communication from the House of Delegates was read, announcing the passage of sundry bills. Also, a joint resolution providing for an adjournment on Monday, April 1st, sine die. Mr. Day moved to concur in the resolution. Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax, moved to lay it on the table. The Senate had sent a resolution to the House, stating that the Senate would be ready to adjourn on the 20th inst., which they did not act upon until the time had passed. And while he did not pretend to say he would not agree to the resolution, he was in favor of reciprocity of action. The Senate refused to lay on the table. Mr. Claiborne moved to amend by inserting Thursday, the 28th inst., in place of Monday, the 1st of April. Lost. The resolution was then concurred in. Bills Reported.--To incorporate th
12, nays 19. Mr. Paxton then moved an amendment having the same object in view. Ayes and noes again demanded — ayes 9, noes 21. Mr. Thompson moved to adjourn. Ayes and noos demanded — ayes 9, noes 21. Mr. Neeson moved to amend by striking out the words "or have the force and effect of law," so as to provide that the acts should not be published until the tax is paid. Carried. On motion of Mr. Coghill, it was further amended by providing that no copy thereof should be furnished until the tax is paid.--Adopted. The amendment was then reported by sections. Mr. Brannon moved to amend the first, in regard to Banks, so as to provide that re-charters, passed at the present session, should be exempt. He then proposed to withdraw the whole amendment, inasmuch as the adoption of the amendment of the Senator from Marion (Mr. Neeson,) had defeated its whole object. Objected to by Mr. Newlon and Mr. Coghill. On motion of Mr. Carson, the Senate adjourne
, which contains the substance of the section published yesterday, but more carefully prepared. Mr. Brannon supported the proposition with much force. Mr. Neeson proposed to amend — ayes 8, nays 9. Mr. Brannon then moved a call of the Senate. A number of Senators coming in, the call was withdrawn. The vote wasng the same object in view. Ayes and noes again demanded — ayes 9, noes 21. Mr. Thompson moved to adjourn. Ayes and noos demanded — ayes 9, noes 21. Mr. Neeson moved to amend by striking out the words "or have the force and effect of law," so as to provide that the acts should not be published until the tax is paid. Chat re-charters, passed at the present session, should be exempt. He then proposed to withdraw the whole amendment, inasmuch as the adoption of the amendment of the Senator from Marion (Mr. Neeson,) had defeated its whole object. Objected to by Mr. Newlon and Mr. Coghill. On motion of Mr. Carson, the Senate adjour
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an adjournment on Monday, April 1st, sine die. Mr. Day moved to concur in the resolution. Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax, moved to lay it on the table. The Senate had sent a resolution to the House, stating that the Senate would be ready to adjourn on the 20th inst., which they did not act upon until the time had passed. And while he did not pretend to say he would not agree to the resolution, he was in favor of reciprocity of action. The Senate refused to lay on the table. Mr. Claiborne moved to amend by inserting Thursday, the 28th inst., in place of Monday, the 1st of April. Lost. The resolution was then concurred in. Bills Reported.--To incorporate the Cabell county Petroleum Company; authorizing the Governor to pardon slave--, and restore him to his owner; to suspend the levying of taxes by the State on the Wheeling and Belmont Bridge Company for six years; to incorporate the Marshall county Oil and Mining Company. Resolutions of Inquiry Adopted.--By M
Ayes and noos demanded — ayes 9, noes 21. Mr. Neeson moved to amend by striking out the words "or have the force and effect of law," so as to provide that the acts should not be published until the tax is paid. Carried. On motion of Mr. Coghill, it was further amended by providing that no copy thereof should be furnished until the tax is paid.--Adopted. The amendment was then reported by sections. Mr. Brannon moved to amend the first, in regard to Banks, so as to provide thed until the tax is paid.--Adopted. The amendment was then reported by sections. Mr. Brannon moved to amend the first, in regard to Banks, so as to provide that re-charters, passed at the present session, should be exempt. He then proposed to withdraw the whole amendment, inasmuch as the adoption of the amendment of the Senator from Marion (Mr. Neeson,) had defeated its whole object. Objected to by Mr. Newlon and Mr. Coghill. On motion of Mr. Carson, the Senate adjourned.
osing taxes for the support of Government was then resumed. The question being on the independent section proposed by Mr. Brannon on Wednesday, he proposed a substitute, which contains the substance of the section published yesterday, but more carefully prepared. Mr. Brannon supported the proposition with much force. Mr. Neeson proposed to amend — ayes 8, nays 9. Mr. Brannon then moved a call of the Senate. A number of Senators coming in, the call was withdrawn. The vote Mr. Brannon then moved a call of the Senate. A number of Senators coming in, the call was withdrawn. The vote was then again put — ayes 11, nays 16. Mr. Newman moved to amend by relieving acts passed during the present session from the proposed tax. Ayes and nays demanded — ayes 12, nays 19. Mr. Paxton then moved an amendment having the same objecpy thereof should be furnished until the tax is paid.--Adopted. The amendment was then reported by sections. Mr. Brannon moved to amend the first, in regard to Banks, so as to provide that re-charters, passed at the present session, should<
12, nays 19. Mr. Paxton then moved an amendment having the same object in view. Ayes and noes again demanded — ayes 9, noes 21. Mr. Thompson moved to adjourn. Ayes and noos demanded — ayes 9, noes 21. Mr. Neeson moved to amend by striking out the words "or have the force and effect of law," so as to provide that the acts should not be published until the tax is paid. Carried. On motion of Mr. Coghill, it was further amended by providing that no copy thereof should be furnished until the tax is paid.--Adopted. The amendment was then reported by sections. Mr. Brannon moved to amend the first, in regard to Banks, so as to provide that re-charters, passed at the present session, should be exempt. He then proposed to withdraw the whole amendment, inasmuch as the adoption of the amendment of the Senator from Marion (Mr. Neeson,) had defeated its whole object. Objected to by Mr. Newlon and Mr. Coghill. On motion of Mr. Carson, the Senate adjourne
General assembly of Virginia.[Extra session.]Senate. Thursday, March 21, 1861. The Senate was called to order at the usual hour, Lieut. Gov. Montague in the Chair. A communication from the House of Delegates was read, announcing the passage of sundry bills. Also, a joint resolution providing for an adjournment on Monday, April 1st, sine die. Mr. Day moved to concur in the resolution. Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax, moved to lay it on the table. The Senate had sent a resolution to the House, stating that the Senate would be ready to adjourn on the 20th inst., which they did not act upon until the time had passed. And while he did not pretend to say he would not agree to the resolution, he was in favor of reciprocity of action. The Senate refused to lay on the table. Mr. Claiborne moved to amend by inserting Thursday, the 28th inst., in place of Monday, the 1st of April. Lost. The resolution was then concurred in. Bills Reported.--To incorporate th
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