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Tazewell, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 14
sales of real estate under executions in favor of the Commonwealth. A communication was received from the Governor, asking the General Assembly to appoint another permanent clerk for the office of the Adjutant General of the State; with a salary of $1,200 per annum. Referred to the Committee on Finance, and ordered to be printed. The bill to incorporate the Mutual Life Insurance Company of Lynchburg was passed. The bill to appropriate money to finish and repair the road from Tazewell C. H. to Chapmansville, in Logan county, and appropriating $20,000 therefor, was taken up. Mr. Anderson, of Botetours, explained the objects of the bill. The road is a military necessity. The want of it was felt in the late campaing, and if we desire to reconquer Western Virginia the road will be absolutely needed. Mr. Prince was opposed to the bill. He wanted to know if the Confederate authorities regarded this road as a military necessity. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, sai
Martinsburg (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 14
laid on the table. Several bills were read a first and second time. The following resolutions of inquiry were referred to the appropriate Committees: By Mr. Jones: Of refunding to Robert C. Selden the tax paid by him on certain bonds due him in the State of New York. By Mr. James: Of reporting a bill to regulate by law the charges of Express Companies upon the different railroads of Virginia. By Mr. Robinson, of Berkeley: Of constructing a railroad from the town of Winchester, in the county of Frederick, to the town of Martinsburg, in the county of Berkeley, as a military necessity as well as a public convenience. By Mr. Baskervill: Of so amending the charter of Randolph Macon College as to authorize the institution of a military department. Mr. Ewing presented the petition of John H. Allen, praying that certain fines and damages paid by him as Sheriff of Lee county and by his securities, be refunded to him and them. The House then adjourned.
West Virginia (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 14
ill. The road is a military necessity. The want of it was felt in the late campaing, and if we desire to reconquer Western Virginia the road will be absolutely needed. Mr. Prince was opposed to the bill. He wanted to know if the Confederate ae over for a few days, until the report of the joint committee appointed to confer with Congress upon the defence of Western Virginia, should report. Then we would have a statement of all the necessities of Western Virginia, and know if this measureWestern Virginia, and know if this measure is really a military necessity. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, defended the bill. It was only necessary for gentlemen to go to the map, see the positions of the enemy, and the dangers threatening our people. It General Floyd's information is notse information is to be respected? What military Board could give better information that the Commanding General in Western Virginia, who has traveled over every foot of the ground, and who judged of the matter as an intelligent man? He hoped t
Berkeley County (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 14
n laid on the table. Several bills were read a first and second time. The following resolutions of inquiry were referred to the appropriate Committees: By Mr. Jones: Of refunding to Robert C. Selden the tax paid by him on certain bonds due him in the State of New York. By Mr. James: Of reporting a bill to regulate by law the charges of Express Companies upon the different railroads of Virginia. By Mr. Robinson, of Berkeley: Of constructing a railroad from the town of Winchester, in the county of Frederick, to the town of Martinsburg, in the county of Berkeley, as a military necessity as well as a public convenience. By Mr. Baskervill: Of so amending the charter of Randolph Macon College as to authorize the institution of a military department. Mr. Ewing presented the petition of John H. Allen, praying that certain fines and damages paid by him as Sheriff of Lee county and by his securities, be refunded to him and them. The House then adjourned.
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 14
was opposed to the bill. He wanted to know if the Confederate authorities regarded this road as a military necessity. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, said he had conferred with the Secretary of War, and the Secretary had expressed the desire that Virginia might afford the Confederate Government all the facilitates in its power for transporting troops. Mr. Wilson, of Isle of Wight, thought the bill was formed in accordance with certain plans of General Floyd for the campaign in Southwestern Virginia. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, corrected the gentleman. General Floyd's only connexion with the measure was in the character of a witness. Mr. Wilson had no evidence that the plan was in accordance with the views of the Confederate authorities. He wanted to hear a special report on the aubit of from them. He wanted more authority the measure than General Floyd. that the bill be laid on the table. The motion was rejected Mr. Robertson hoped that the House had no
New York State (New York, United States) (search for this): article 14
present, he would waive his opposition to the motion to lay on the table and renew that motion himself. The subject was further discussed by Messrs. Laidly, Bradford, and Jones, in defence of the bill. The bill was then laid on the table. Several bills were read a first and second time. The following resolutions of inquiry were referred to the appropriate Committees: By Mr. Jones: Of refunding to Robert C. Selden the tax paid by him on certain bonds due him in the State of New York. By Mr. James: Of reporting a bill to regulate by law the charges of Express Companies upon the different railroads of Virginia. By Mr. Robinson, of Berkeley: Of constructing a railroad from the town of Winchester, in the county of Frederick, to the town of Martinsburg, in the county of Berkeley, as a military necessity as well as a public convenience. By Mr. Baskervill: Of so amending the charter of Randolph Macon College as to authorize the institution of a military de
Logan County (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 14
in favor of the Commonwealth. A communication was received from the Governor, asking the General Assembly to appoint another permanent clerk for the office of the Adjutant General of the State; with a salary of $1,200 per annum. Referred to the Committee on Finance, and ordered to be printed. The bill to incorporate the Mutual Life Insurance Company of Lynchburg was passed. The bill to appropriate money to finish and repair the road from Tazewell C. H. to Chapmansville, in Logan county, and appropriating $20,000 therefor, was taken up. Mr. Anderson, of Botetours, explained the objects of the bill. The road is a military necessity. The want of it was felt in the late campaing, and if we desire to reconquer Western Virginia the road will be absolutely needed. Mr. Prince was opposed to the bill. He wanted to know if the Confederate authorities regarded this road as a military necessity. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, said he had conferred with the Secretary
Baskervill (search for this): article 14
n laid on the table. Several bills were read a first and second time. The following resolutions of inquiry were referred to the appropriate Committees: By Mr. Jones: Of refunding to Robert C. Selden the tax paid by him on certain bonds due him in the State of New York. By Mr. James: Of reporting a bill to regulate by law the charges of Express Companies upon the different railroads of Virginia. By Mr. Robinson, of Berkeley: Of constructing a railroad from the town of Winchester, in the county of Frederick, to the town of Martinsburg, in the county of Berkeley, as a military necessity as well as a public convenience. By Mr. Baskervill: Of so amending the charter of Randolph Macon College as to authorize the institution of a military department. Mr. Ewing presented the petition of John H. Allen, praying that certain fines and damages paid by him as Sheriff of Lee county and by his securities, be refunded to him and them. The House then adjourned.
John H. Allen (search for this): article 14
laid on the table. Several bills were read a first and second time. The following resolutions of inquiry were referred to the appropriate Committees: By Mr. Jones: Of refunding to Robert C. Selden the tax paid by him on certain bonds due him in the State of New York. By Mr. James: Of reporting a bill to regulate by law the charges of Express Companies upon the different railroads of Virginia. By Mr. Robinson, of Berkeley: Of constructing a railroad from the town of Winchester, in the county of Frederick, to the town of Martinsburg, in the county of Berkeley, as a military necessity as well as a public convenience. By Mr. Baskervill: Of so amending the charter of Randolph Macon College as to authorize the institution of a military department. Mr. Ewing presented the petition of John H. Allen, praying that certain fines and damages paid by him as Sheriff of Lee county and by his securities, be refunded to him and them. The House then adjourned.
e his opposition to the motion to lay on the table and renew that motion himself. The subject was further discussed by Messrs. Laidly, Bradford, and Jones, in defence of the bill. The bill was then laid on the table. Several bills were read a first and second time. The following resolutions of inquiry were referred to the appropriate Committees: By Mr. Jones: Of refunding to Robert C. Selden the tax paid by him on certain bonds due him in the State of New York. By Mr. James: Of reporting a bill to regulate by law the charges of Express Companies upon the different railroads of Virginia. By Mr. Robinson, of Berkeley: Of constructing a railroad from the town of Winchester, in the county of Frederick, to the town of Martinsburg, in the county of Berkeley, as a military necessity as well as a public convenience. By Mr. Baskervill: Of so amending the charter of Randolph Macon College as to authorize the institution of a military department. Mr. Ewin
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