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Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 16
Rev. Dr. Jeter. The execution of the joint order, having for its object the election of certain State officers on the 6th of March, was postponed until the 20th inst. A message was received from the House of Delegates, by Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, who informed the Senate that the House had passed a bill entitled "an act to suspend the work on the Kanawha river, and to authorize the application of a part of the loan made for that improvement, to keep open the navigation of the James river Canal, and to improve the sluices upon a part of the river." Referred to the Committee on Roads and Internal Navigation. The Senate were also informed that the House had agreed to a joint resolution of request to the Secretary of War in relation to the acceptance of new regiments, battalions, and companies from Virginia, and to a joint resolution authorizing the Governor to send Special Messengers to obtain enrollments, and also to the resolution of the Senate requesting a Committee
Botetourt (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 16
House go first into an election for Superintendent of the Penitentiary. Adopted. Mr. Tomlin inquired whether the Committee to examine into the bonds of candidates, &c., had yet reported, and being answered by the Clerk in the negative, moved a postponement of the election until Thursday, March 20th. Adopted. Mr. Carpenter offered a bill on authorizing County Courts of Alleghany county to impose a tax upon dogs. Mr. James moved to amend the bill by extending its provisions to Botetourt. Adopted, and the bill ordered to its engrossment. A bill was called up providing that any Senator or Delegate who shall, without the consent of the House of which he is a member, absent himself from its deliberations, he shall be deemed guilty of a breach of his privilege, and that no member shall hereafter absent himself from the Assembly without first obtaining the consent of the House of which he is a member. The act led to a lengthy debate, which being finally terminated by
Kanawha (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 16
of Virginia. Senate. Thursday, March 6th, 1862. The Senate was called to order at 11 o'clock, and opened with prayer by Rev. Dr. Jeter. The execution of the joint order, having for its object the election of certain State officers on the 6th of March, was postponed until the 20th inst. A message was received from the House of Delegates, by Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, who informed the Senate that the House had passed a bill entitled "an act to suspend the work on the Kanawha river, and to authorize the application of a part of the loan made for that improvement, to keep open the navigation of the James river Canal, and to improve the sluices upon a part of the river." Referred to the Committee on Roads and Internal Navigation. The Senate were also informed that the House had agreed to a joint resolution of request to the Secretary of War in relation to the acceptance of new regiments, battalions, and companies from Virginia, and to a joint resolution authoriz
Middlesex County (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 16
en the two Houses in relation to the bill entitled "an act to authorize the Governor to organize and call out certain military forces for the defence of the State." Bills were reported: Authorizing the receipt of Confederate States Treasury Notes in payment of taxes and other public dues; compensating David W. Forbel for services connected with the militia of Nicholas and Greenbrier counties. The joint resolution authorizing the Governor to accept a light infantry company from Middlesex county, was taken up and agreed to. The following resolution, offered by Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, was adopted: Resolved, That hereafter when it is ascertained by a vote upon any question that a quorum of the Senate is not in attendance, the President shall immediately cause the roll of members to be called by the Clerk, whose duty it shall be to request the reporters to publish in the daily papers of this city, on the next day thereafter, in the report of the proceedings of the Senat
Alleghany (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 16
taken up, and the Senate notified of their readiness to proceed to the election. Mr. Tomlin moved that the House go first into an election for Superintendent of the Penitentiary. Adopted. Mr. Tomlin inquired whether the Committee to examine into the bonds of candidates, &c., had yet reported, and being answered by the Clerk in the negative, moved a postponement of the election until Thursday, March 20th. Adopted. Mr. Carpenter offered a bill on authorizing County Courts of Alleghany county to impose a tax upon dogs. Mr. James moved to amend the bill by extending its provisions to Botetourt. Adopted, and the bill ordered to its engrossment. A bill was called up providing that any Senator or Delegate who shall, without the consent of the House of which he is a member, absent himself from its deliberations, he shall be deemed guilty of a breach of his privilege, and that no member shall hereafter absent himself from the Assembly without first obtaining the consent
Suffolk, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 16
aring it to be, in the opinion of the House, the duty and the policy of the Confederate States Government to possess itself, by purchase, of the entire crops of cotton and of tobacco, and to cause the destruction of such portions of them as are likely to fall into the hands of the enemy. Laid upon the table, without debate, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Anderson, Chairman of the Committee on Military Affairs, laid before the House a communication from Gen. Randolph, commanding at Suffolk, setting forth certain grave abuses practiced by a Board of Magistrates, under authority of the act enumerating the exemptions from militia service. Mr. Anderson also offered a resolution relative to so amending the act as to prevent the recurrence of said abuses. Adopted. Mr. Dunn offered a joint resolution proposing an adjournment sins die of the General Assembly on the 17th instant, which was objected to, and laid over under the rules. A resolution authorizing the Governor
Nicholas County (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 16
rs to obtain enrollments, and also to the resolution of the Senate requesting a Committee of Conference on the disagreement between the two Houses in relation to the bill entitled "an act to authorize the Governor to organize and call out certain military forces for the defence of the State." Bills were reported: Authorizing the receipt of Confederate States Treasury Notes in payment of taxes and other public dues; compensating David W. Forbel for services connected with the militia of Nicholas and Greenbrier counties. The joint resolution authorizing the Governor to accept a light infantry company from Middlesex county, was taken up and agreed to. The following resolution, offered by Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, was adopted: Resolved, That hereafter when it is ascertained by a vote upon any question that a quorum of the Senate is not in attendance, the President shall immediately cause the roll of members to be called by the Clerk, whose duty it shall be to request the
United States (United States) (search for this): article 16
the disagreement between the two Houses in relation to the bill entitled "an act to authorize the Governor to organize and call out certain military forces for the defence of the State." Bills were reported: Authorizing the receipt of Confederate States Treasury Notes in payment of taxes and other public dues; compensating David W. Forbel for services connected with the militia of Nicholas and Greenbrier counties. The joint resolution authorizing the Governor to accept a light infantres. Thursday, March 6. The House was opened at 11 o'clock with prayer by the Rev. Mr. Walker. Mr. Grattan offered a preamble and joint resolutions declaring it to be, in the opinion of the House, the duty and the policy of the Confederate States Government to possess itself, by purchase, of the entire crops of cotton and of tobacco, and to cause the destruction of such portions of them as are likely to fall into the hands of the enemy. Laid upon the table, without debate, and
Bedford, Ind. (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 16
call out certain military forces for the defence of the State." Bills were reported: Authorizing the receipt of Confederate States Treasury Notes in payment of taxes and other public dues; compensating David W. Forbel for services connected with the militia of Nicholas and Greenbrier counties. The joint resolution authorizing the Governor to accept a light infantry company from Middlesex county, was taken up and agreed to. The following resolution, offered by Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, was adopted: Resolved, That hereafter when it is ascertained by a vote upon any question that a quorum of the Senate is not in attendance, the President shall immediately cause the roll of members to be called by the Clerk, whose duty it shall be to request the reporters to publish in the daily papers of this city, on the next day thereafter, in the report of the proceedings of the Senate, the fact that no quorum was present, and the names of the members present and of those absent, u
Greenbrier (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 16
ments, and also to the resolution of the Senate requesting a Committee of Conference on the disagreement between the two Houses in relation to the bill entitled "an act to authorize the Governor to organize and call out certain military forces for the defence of the State." Bills were reported: Authorizing the receipt of Confederate States Treasury Notes in payment of taxes and other public dues; compensating David W. Forbel for services connected with the militia of Nicholas and Greenbrier counties. The joint resolution authorizing the Governor to accept a light infantry company from Middlesex county, was taken up and agreed to. The following resolution, offered by Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, was adopted: Resolved, That hereafter when it is ascertained by a vote upon any question that a quorum of the Senate is not in attendance, the President shall immediately cause the roll of members to be called by the Clerk, whose duty it shall be to request the reporters to publ
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