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King George county (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
House of Delegates. Friday, March 22d, 1861. The House was called to order at 10 o'clock, by Mr.Yerby. A message was received from the Senate announcing the passage of a number of bills. Senate bill transferring the Cacapon and North Branch Turnpike to the County Court of Hampshire, was passed. Adverse reports were returned to the petition of Henry C. Perkins, of King George county; to the petition of Samuel E. Lee, of Lunenburg county; to the expediency of incorporating the American Agency. The Orange and Alexandria Railroad was brought to the attention of the House by a motion of Mr. Barbour for its relief. The bill proposes that the collection of the interest on $400,000 shall be deferred until 1864. The mover explained the bill, and advocated its passage, saying that, on account of the condition of public affairs, the road receipts had been diminished, per month, from $60,000 to $25,000. Mr.Magruder advocated the passage of the bill. Similar o
Rockbridge (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
n motion of Mr.Barbour, the bill was laid on the table. Mr.Watson, of Accomac, offered for adoption a resolution providing that, with the consent of the Senate, the House would on Saturday, the 23rd of March, 1861, proceed to the election of Militia Major and Brigadier Generals. It was objected to and laid on the table. House Bills Passed.--Establishing an inspection of leather for the county of Hampshire; incorporating the Virginia Lumber Company, of the counties of Augusta and Rockbridge; and amending the charter of the town of Guyandotte, in the county of Cabell. Night Sessions.--The House took up and considered Mr. Tomlin's resolution, providing that on and after to-morrow the House shall sit till 2 o'clock, and the chair being vacated at that time, the House shall resume its business at 7 ½ o'clock. On motion of Mr.Jones of G., "Monday next" was inserted in place of "to-morrow." Mr.Bass moved that the Clerk be authorized to withhold the pay of those membe
Cabell (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
mac, offered for adoption a resolution providing that, with the consent of the Senate, the House would on Saturday, the 23rd of March, 1861, proceed to the election of Militia Major and Brigadier Generals. It was objected to and laid on the table. House Bills Passed.--Establishing an inspection of leather for the county of Hampshire; incorporating the Virginia Lumber Company, of the counties of Augusta and Rockbridge; and amending the charter of the town of Guyandotte, in the county of Cabell. Night Sessions.--The House took up and considered Mr. Tomlin's resolution, providing that on and after to-morrow the House shall sit till 2 o'clock, and the chair being vacated at that time, the House shall resume its business at 7 ½ o'clock. On motion of Mr.Jones of G., "Monday next" was inserted in place of "to-morrow." Mr.Bass moved that the Clerk be authorized to withhold the pay of those members voting for night sessions, for each day on which they failed to attend such
Guyandotte (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
le. Mr.Watson, of Accomac, offered for adoption a resolution providing that, with the consent of the Senate, the House would on Saturday, the 23rd of March, 1861, proceed to the election of Militia Major and Brigadier Generals. It was objected to and laid on the table. House Bills Passed.--Establishing an inspection of leather for the county of Hampshire; incorporating the Virginia Lumber Company, of the counties of Augusta and Rockbridge; and amending the charter of the town of Guyandotte, in the county of Cabell. Night Sessions.--The House took up and considered Mr. Tomlin's resolution, providing that on and after to-morrow the House shall sit till 2 o'clock, and the chair being vacated at that time, the House shall resume its business at 7 ½ o'clock. On motion of Mr.Jones of G., "Monday next" was inserted in place of "to-morrow." Mr.Bass moved that the Clerk be authorized to withhold the pay of those members voting for night sessions, for each day on which
Augusta county (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
; and then, on motion of Mr.Barbour, the bill was laid on the table. Mr.Watson, of Accomac, offered for adoption a resolution providing that, with the consent of the Senate, the House would on Saturday, the 23rd of March, 1861, proceed to the election of Militia Major and Brigadier Generals. It was objected to and laid on the table. House Bills Passed.--Establishing an inspection of leather for the county of Hampshire; incorporating the Virginia Lumber Company, of the counties of Augusta and Rockbridge; and amending the charter of the town of Guyandotte, in the county of Cabell. Night Sessions.--The House took up and considered Mr. Tomlin's resolution, providing that on and after to-morrow the House shall sit till 2 o'clock, and the chair being vacated at that time, the House shall resume its business at 7 ½ o'clock. On motion of Mr.Jones of G., "Monday next" was inserted in place of "to-morrow." Mr.Bass moved that the Clerk be authorized to withhold the pay
Hampshire (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 5
ed to see even-handed justice. If this road really needed the relief asked for, he was willing to grant it, hoping that reciprocity would be the sentiment of the Legislature with reference to the roads running to Petersburg. Mr.Gibson, of Hampshire, and Mr.Anderson, of Botetourt, advocated the passage of the bill. The House refused to pass it, and, on motion of Mr.Lockridge, the vote was reconsidered; and then, on motion of Mr.Barbour, the bill was laid on the table. Mr.Watson, the House would on Saturday, the 23rd of March, 1861, proceed to the election of Militia Major and Brigadier Generals. It was objected to and laid on the table. House Bills Passed.--Establishing an inspection of leather for the county of Hampshire; incorporating the Virginia Lumber Company, of the counties of Augusta and Rockbridge; and amending the charter of the town of Guyandotte, in the county of Cabell. Night Sessions.--The House took up and considered Mr. Tomlin's resolution,
Lunenburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
House of Delegates. Friday, March 22d, 1861. The House was called to order at 10 o'clock, by Mr.Yerby. A message was received from the Senate announcing the passage of a number of bills. Senate bill transferring the Cacapon and North Branch Turnpike to the County Court of Hampshire, was passed. Adverse reports were returned to the petition of Henry C. Perkins, of King George county; to the petition of Samuel E. Lee, of Lunenburg county; to the expediency of incorporating the American Agency. The Orange and Alexandria Railroad was brought to the attention of the House by a motion of Mr. Barbour for its relief. The bill proposes that the collection of the interest on $400,000 shall be deferred until 1864. The mover explained the bill, and advocated its passage, saying that, on account of the condition of public affairs, the road receipts had been diminished, per month, from $60,000 to $25,000. Mr.Magruder advocated the passage of the bill. Similar o
on of the House by a motion of Mr. Barbour for its relief. The bill proposes that the collection of the interest on $400,000 shall be deferred until 1864. The mover explained the bill, and advocated its passage, saying that, on account of the condition of public affairs, the road receipts had been diminished, per month, from $60,000 to $25,000. Mr.Magruder advocated the passage of the bill. Similar ones had been passed when there was no such national agitation as now exists. Mr.Haymond opposed the bill. Mr.Segar said it was wiser for the Legislature to afford the relief asked for, than that the entire State's interest in the road should be sacrificed under the auctioneer's hammer. Mr.Collier said he only desired to see even-handed justice. If this road really needed the relief asked for, he was willing to grant it, hoping that reciprocity would be the sentiment of the Legislature with reference to the roads running to Petersburg. Mr.Gibson, of Hampshire, a
onsent of the Senate, the House would on Saturday, the 23rd of March, 1861, proceed to the election of Militia Major and Brigadier Generals. It was objected to and laid on the table. House Bills Passed.--Establishing an inspection of leather for the county of Hampshire; incorporating the Virginia Lumber Company, of the counties of Augusta and Rockbridge; and amending the charter of the town of Guyandotte, in the county of Cabell. Night Sessions.--The House took up and considered Mr. Tomlin's resolution, providing that on and after to-morrow the House shall sit till 2 o'clock, and the chair being vacated at that time, the House shall resume its business at 7 ½ o'clock. On motion of Mr.Jones of G., "Monday next" was inserted in place of "to-morrow." Mr.Bass moved that the Clerk be authorized to withhold the pay of those members voting for night sessions, for each day on which they failed to attend such sessions. Mr.Collier moved that the Clerk be authorized to d
Lockridge (search for this): article 5
e State's interest in the road should be sacrificed under the auctioneer's hammer. Mr.Collier said he only desired to see even-handed justice. If this road really needed the relief asked for, he was willing to grant it, hoping that reciprocity would be the sentiment of the Legislature with reference to the roads running to Petersburg. Mr.Gibson, of Hampshire, and Mr.Anderson, of Botetourt, advocated the passage of the bill. The House refused to pass it, and, on motion of Mr.Lockridge, the vote was reconsidered; and then, on motion of Mr.Barbour, the bill was laid on the table. Mr.Watson, of Accomac, offered for adoption a resolution providing that, with the consent of the Senate, the House would on Saturday, the 23rd of March, 1861, proceed to the election of Militia Major and Brigadier Generals. It was objected to and laid on the table. House Bills Passed.--Establishing an inspection of leather for the county of Hampshire; incorporating the Virginia Lumber
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