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United States (United States) (search for this): article 4
r duties as may be prescribed by the Colonel of Ordnance, with the consent of the Governor. The officers of said department shall be governed by the articles of war, which are in force at this time for the government of the troops of the United States. Reinforcing United States Arsenals, Forts, &c., in Virginia. --Mr. Smith, of Amherst, offered the following resolution, which, after being slightly modified by amendments, was, on motion, referred to the House Committee on Federal RelatUnited States Arsenals, Forts, &c., in Virginia. --Mr. Smith, of Amherst, offered the following resolution, which, after being slightly modified by amendments, was, on motion, referred to the House Committee on Federal Relations: Resolved, by the General Assembly of Virginia, That the further strengthening of the forts of Virginia, and the removal of arms and munitions of war from the arsenals within her limits by the General Government, will be looked upon as a menace or threat of war by her, and that we pledge her faith to restore the forts, dock yards and arsenals intact, if they shall be entrusted to her keeping, in the event of a peaceful restoration of affairs, and in the event of dissolution to accoun
Christiansburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
bill to re-enact the act passed 9th of February, 1844, authorizing a loan by the Literary Fund to the trustees of West Liberty Academy; Mr. Magruder, from the Committee on Propositions and Grievances, reported a bill to incorporate the Western Virginia Insurance Company; a bill to amend the 2d section of an act entitled "an act incorporating the town of Bethany," passed April 6th, 1853; a bill to incorporate the Copper Springs Company, and a bill to amend an act incorporating the town of Christiansburg and extending the limits of the same. Mr. Chapman, from the Committee of Roads, &c., reported a bill authorizing the Norfolk and Petersburg Railroad Co. to construct a branch of their road to some point on the North Carolina line; a bill incorporating the Norfolk County Railway Company; a bill to amend the charter of the Wheeling Creek Turnpike Company; a bill to create an Ordnance Department; a bill to amend an act to increase the capital stock of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Com
Morgantown (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
should have been presented at an earlier day, but it had been mislaid by him.] By Mr. Wallace, the petition of citizens of Preston, Barbour and Monongalia counties, asking the incorporation of a joint stock company to repair and Macadamize the Morgantown and Berkeley Turnpike road; by the same, the petition of citizens of Preston, &c., for repairs to the Morgantown and Berkeley Turnpike road; by the same, the petition of citizens of Monongalia co., praying a repeal of the license tax on breadstMorgantown and Berkeley Turnpike road; by the same, the petition of citizens of Monongalia co., praying a repeal of the license tax on breadstuffs; by Mr. Mathews, the petition of sundry citizens of the town of Frankfort, praying for an amendment to the second section of an act passed 27th March, 1858, entitled "an act to incorporate the town of Frankfort, in the county of Greenbrier;" by Mr. Campbell, the petition of Ro. H. Gray, Attorney for the heirs of certain officers and soldiers of the revolutionary war; by Mr. Keen, the petition of the trustees of the Pittsylvania Academy, praying that the same be converted into a military sch
Cabell (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
. Lynn, of granting relief to the sureties of Mr. Fitzhugh, Sheriff of Prince William county; by Mr. Wood, of reporting a bill to amend the 2d section of an act passed January 3d, 1860, to authorize the opening of a turnpike over the Southwest Mountain to the county of Albemarle; by Mr. Harrison, of amending the charter of the Bank of Scottsville; by Mr. Woolfolk, of properly compensating officers conducting elections; by Mr. Maupin, of amending the charter of the town of Guyandotte, in Cabell county. Petitions, &c.--The following petitions and other documents were presented and referred: By Mr. Ballard, the petition of Wm. Stratton, of the county of Logan, praying to be released from certain flues, &c.; by Mr. Smith, the petition of Jacob Coshorn and others, praying an amendment of the charter of the town of Charlestown; by Mr. Boreman, the proceedings of a Union meeting in Wood co [He remarked that it should have been presented at an earlier day, but it had been mislaid by him
Dallas (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 4
ordered to be printed for general distribution. Bills Reported.--Mr. Christian, from the Committee on Schools and Colleges, reported a bill to re-enact the act passed 9th of February, 1844, authorizing a loan by the Literary Fund to the trustees of West Liberty Academy; Mr. Magruder, from the Committee on Propositions and Grievances, reported a bill to incorporate the Western Virginia Insurance Company; a bill to amend the 2d section of an act entitled "an act incorporating the town of Bethany," passed April 6th, 1853; a bill to incorporate the Copper Springs Company, and a bill to amend an act incorporating the town of Christiansburg and extending the limits of the same. Mr. Chapman, from the Committee of Roads, &c., reported a bill authorizing the Norfolk and Petersburg Railroad Co. to construct a branch of their road to some point on the North Carolina line; a bill incorporating the Norfolk County Railway Company; a bill to amend the charter of the Wheeling Creek Turnpike Com
Monongalia (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
Charlestown; by Mr. Boreman, the proceedings of a Union meeting in Wood co [He remarked that it should have been presented at an earlier day, but it had been mislaid by him.] By Mr. Wallace, the petition of citizens of Preston, Barbour and Monongalia counties, asking the incorporation of a joint stock company to repair and Macadamize the Morgantown and Berkeley Turnpike road; by the same, the petition of citizens of Preston, &c., for repairs to the Morgantown and Berkeley Turnpike road; by the same, the petition of citizens of Monongalia co., praying a repeal of the license tax on breadstuffs; by Mr. Mathews, the petition of sundry citizens of the town of Frankfort, praying for an amendment to the second section of an act passed 27th March, 1858, entitled "an act to incorporate the town of Frankfort, in the county of Greenbrier;" by Mr. Campbell, the petition of Ro. H. Gray, Attorney for the heirs of certain officers and soldiers of the revolutionary war; by Mr. Keen, the petition of
Ritchie (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
lowing resolutions of inquiry into expediency were read and referred; By Mr. Frost, of reporting a bill to amend the charter of the Bank of Ravenswood; by Mr. Christian, of continuing the organization of the Special Court of Appeals, and transferring to such Court for adjudication the criminal docket of the Supreme Court; by Mr. Lucas, of establishing an election precinct at the house of Wilson Bane, in Giles county; by Mr. Phelps, of releasing the securities of E. Tibbe, late Sheriff of Ritchie county, from the payment of damages imposed on them for the failure of said Sheriff to pay the revenue of said county into the treasury within the time prescribed by law; by Mr. Tomlin, of paying to James A. Bond a sum of money due for services rendered the 87th Regiment Virginia Militia; by Mr. Rutherford, of withdrawing Bill 67 of the last session, entitled, "a bill to give effect to the 19th clause of the 4th article of the Constitution;" by Mr. Phelps, of releasing the sureties of H. L. Pic
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 4
any future political arrangements that may be dictated by the necessities of their position and calculated to ensure their mutual happiness and safety. The report was laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Mr. August, from the Joint Committee appointed to receive and confer with the Alabama Commissioners, made the following report: "The Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Delegates, appointed 'to receive and confer with the Commissioners from the sovereign State of Alabama, and ascertain at what time it will suit their convenience to address the General Assembly,' have performed the duty assigned them, and they respectfully report that the Commissioners have expressed the wish to address the two Houses of the General Assembly on Tuesday, the 15th inst., at 1 o'clock P. M. In order to carry out the arrangement made with the Commissioners, your committee suggest that the addresses be delivered in the Hall of the House of Delegates, in the presence of both H
Botetourt (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
r. --who were appointed by their State to visit, consult, and advise with the authorities of Virginia as to the best mode of protecting their mutual interest in the present crisis, reported that the Commissioners would be pleased to address the General Assembly on the subject of their mission, at 1 o'clock on Tuesday, in the Hall of the House of Delegates. The report was received and adopted. Unfinished Business.--The Speaker said that the resolutions adopted by a meeting of citizens of Botetourt, on Southern rights, (understood to be drawn by Judge John J. Allen, of the Supreme Court,) came up in regular order as unfinished business. After a long discussion, they were laid on the table and ordered to be printed. James City Circuit Court, &c.--The House was informed by a message from the Senate, (through Mr. Wickham,) of the passage of the bill changing the time of holding the Circuit Courts of James City, Williamsburg, and Henrico counties. Adjourned at 2 o'clock.
Strasburg, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
Senate. Monday, Jan. 14, 1861. The Senate met at 12 o'clock, Lieut. Gov. Montague in the chair. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Minnegerode, of St. Paul's Church. Resolutions of Inquiry.--The following resolutions of inquiry were appropriately referred: By Mr. August, of incorporating the Virginia Arms Company; by Mr. Isbell, of reporting a bill incorporating a joint stock company to construct a railroad from the town of Winchester, in Frederick county, to the town of Strasburg, in Shenandoah county; by Mr. Carson, of refunding to Henry Cooper, of Franklin county, certain taxes erroneously assessed against him; by Mr. Logan, of refunding to Patrick H. Scott, of the county of Halifax, a sum of money improperly assessed and paid by him for taxes on his ferry; by Mr. Critcher, of reporting a bill to refund the damages to such of the sureties of Jas. R. Courtney, late Sheriff of Westmoreland county, as may have been paid by them on judgements in favor of the Common wealth again
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