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Fort Bedford (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 14
General Assembly of Virginia. extra session. Senate. Friday,May 16th, 1862. Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, in the Chair. Mr. Dickinson, of Grayson, submitted a report from the Joint Committee on the Penitentiary. The report sets forth that the Governor having fully investigated all matters relating to the late mutiny in the Penitentiary, there is no need of any further motion by the Legislature in the premises. A bill in regard to Boards of Exemptions was read a second time; ordered to be laid on the table. Mr. Robertson submitted a report from the Joint Committee in regard to "committees of Safety." The report sets forth that the State and Confederate authorities have ample powers to meet all exigencies that may arise, and discountenance the forming of any such bodies as Vigilance Committees. Mr. Armstrong moved that the injunction of secrecy he removed from the bill a sing a force of ten thousand men. Carried. On motion, the Senate took a recess to 8 o
Assembly of Virginia. extra session. Senate. Friday,May 16th, 1862. Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, in the Chair. Mr. Dickinson, of Grayson, submitted a report from the Joint Committee on the Penitentiary. The report sets forth that the Governor having fully investigated all matters relating to the late mutiny in the Penitentiary, there is no need of any further motion by the Legislature in the premises. A bill in regard to Boards of Exemptions was read a second time; ordered to be laid on the table. Mr. Robertson submitted a report from the Joint Committee in regard to "committees of Safety." The report sets forth that the State and Confederate authorities have ample powers to meet all exigencies that may arise, and discountenance the forming of any such bodies as Vigilance Committees. Mr. Armstrong moved that the injunction of secrecy he removed from the bill a sing a force of ten thousand men. Carried. On motion, the Senate took a recess to 8 o'clock.
Elenia P. Johnson (search for this): article 14
General Assembly of Virginia. extra session. Senate. Friday,May 16th, 1862. Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, in the Chair. Mr. Dickinson, of Grayson, submitted a report from the Joint Committee on the Penitentiary. The report sets forth that the Governor having fully investigated all matters relating to the late mutiny in the Penitentiary, there is no need of any further motion by the Legislature in the premises. A bill in regard to Boards of Exemptions was read a second time; ordered to be laid on the table. Mr. Robertson submitted a report from the Joint Committee in regard to "committees of Safety." The report sets forth that the State and Confederate authorities have ample powers to meet all exigencies that may arise, and discountenance the forming of any such bodies as Vigilance Committees. Mr. Armstrong moved that the injunction of secrecy he removed from the bill a sing a force of ten thousand men. Carried. On motion, the Senate took a recess to 8 o
General Assembly of Virginia. extra session. Senate. Friday,May 16th, 1862. Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, in the Chair. Mr. Dickinson, of Grayson, submitted a report from the Joint Committee on the Penitentiary. The report sets forth that the Governor having fully investigated all matters relating to the late mutiny in the Penitentiary, there is no need of any further motion by the Legislature in the premises. A bill in regard to Boards of Exemptions was read a second time; ordered to be laid on the table. Mr. Robertson submitted a report from the Joint Committee in regard to "committees of Safety." The report sets forth that the State and Confederate authorities have ample powers to meet all exigencies that may arise, and discountenance the forming of any such bodies as Vigilance Committees. Mr. Armstrong moved that the injunction of secrecy he removed from the bill a sing a force of ten thousand men. Carried. On motion, the Senate took a recess to 8 o
Assembly of Virginia. extra session. Senate. Friday,May 16th, 1862. Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, in the Chair. Mr. Dickinson, of Grayson, submitted a report from the Joint Committee on the Penitentiary. The report sets forth that the Governor having fully investigated all matters relating to the late mutiny in the Penitentiary, there is no need of any further motion by the Legislature in the premises. A bill in regard to Boards of Exemptions was read a second time; ordered to be laid on the table. Mr. Robertson submitted a report from the Joint Committee in regard to "committees of Safety." The report sets forth that the State and Confederate authorities have ample powers to meet all exigencies that may arise, and discountenance the forming of any such bodies as Vigilance Committees. Mr. Armstrong moved that the injunction of secrecy he removed from the bill a sing a force of ten thousand men. Carried. On motion, the Senate took a recess to 8 o'clock.
General Assembly of Virginia. extra session. Senate. Friday,May 16th, 1862. Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, in the Chair. Mr. Dickinson, of Grayson, submitted a report from the Joint Committee on the Penitentiary. The report sets forth that the Governor having fully investigated all matters relating to the late mutiny in the Penitentiary, there is no need of any further motion by the Legislature in the premises. A bill in regard to Boards of Exemptions was read a second time; ordered to be laid on the table. Mr. Robertson submitted a report from the Joint Committee in regard to "committees of Safety." The report sets forth that the State and Confederate authorities have ample powers to meet all exigencies that may arise, and discountenance the forming of any such bodies as Vigilance Committees. Mr. Armstrong moved that the injunction of secrecy he removed from the bill a sing a force of ten thousand men. Carried. On motion, the Senate took a recess to 8 o
May 16th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 14
General Assembly of Virginia. extra session. Senate. Friday,May 16th, 1862. Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, in the Chair. Mr. Dickinson, of Grayson, submitted a report from the Joint Committee on the Penitentiary. The report sets forth that the Governor having fully investigated all matters relating to the late mutiny in the Penitentiary, there is no need of any further motion by the Legislature in the premises. A bill in regard to Boards of Exemptions was read a second time; ordered to be laid on the table. Mr. Robertson submitted a report from the Joint Committee in regard to "committees of Safety." The report sets forth that the State and Confederate authorities have ample powers to meet all exigencies that may arise, and discountenance the forming of any such bodies as Vigilance Committees. Mr. Armstrong moved that the injunction of secrecy he removed from the bill a sing a force of ten thousand men. Carried. On motion, the Senate took a recess to 8 o'