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Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
vis. Adjourned. On Saturday, in the House, Mr. Haymond, of Braxton, submitted a resolution providing for the printing of twenty five thousand copies of the three acts of Congress, the Military, Finance, and Tax bills. The following were introduced: A bill authorizing the payment of Captain James E. Smith and company for services rendered as partisan rangers. A bill to prohibit the production of tobacco. An act to amend the Code, 37th section, chapter 61, edition 1860. A bill to authorize personal representatives in certain cases to receive payment in any currency receivable for public dues. The Speaker appointed a committee on the part of the House to consider the joint resolution as to how far the military act of the late Congress affects the officers of the Government of the State. The bill to provide an agency in the State of Virginia for the purchase of cotton and cotton yarns for distribution, was discussed and ordered to its engrossment.
Grayson (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
e bill requiring the suspension of the payment of subscriptions on the part of the State to certain internal improvement companies. Senate bill to provide for the importation of certain machinery. A bill to furnish the counties of the State with a model of the flying shuttle attachment for looms. A bill in regard to docketing causes in the Court of Appeals at Lewisburg during the existing war. House bill for the relief of the securities of R. P. Baker, late Sheriff of Grayson county, with an amendment by the Senate. House bill for the relief of the personal representatives of A. B. Urquhart, Joseph E. Gillett, and M. J. Davis. Adjourned. On Saturday, in the House, Mr. Haymond, of Braxton, submitted a resolution providing for the printing of twenty five thousand copies of the three acts of Congress, the Military, Finance, and Tax bills. The following were introduced: A bill authorizing the payment of Captain James E. Smith and company for servic
James E. Smith (search for this): article 5
P. Baker, late Sheriff of Grayson county, with an amendment by the Senate. House bill for the relief of the personal representatives of A. B. Urquhart, Joseph E. Gillett, and M. J. Davis. Adjourned. On Saturday, in the House, Mr. Haymond, of Braxton, submitted a resolution providing for the printing of twenty five thousand copies of the three acts of Congress, the Military, Finance, and Tax bills. The following were introduced: A bill authorizing the payment of Captain James E. Smith and company for services rendered as partisan rangers. A bill to prohibit the production of tobacco. An act to amend the Code, 37th section, chapter 61, edition 1860. A bill to authorize personal representatives in certain cases to receive payment in any currency receivable for public dues. The Speaker appointed a committee on the part of the House to consider the joint resolution as to how far the military act of the late Congress affects the officers of the Gover
l to furnish the counties of the State with a model of the flying shuttle attachment for looms. A bill in regard to docketing causes in the Court of Appeals at Lewisburg during the existing war. House bill for the relief of the securities of R. P. Baker, late Sheriff of Grayson county, with an amendment by the Senate. House bill for the relief of the personal representatives of A. B. Urquhart, Joseph E. Gillett, and M. J. Davis. Adjourned. On Saturday, in the House, Mr. Haymond, of Braxton, submitted a resolution providing for the printing of twenty five thousand copies of the three acts of Congress, the Military, Finance, and Tax bills. The following were introduced: A bill authorizing the payment of Captain James E. Smith and company for services rendered as partisan rangers. A bill to prohibit the production of tobacco. An act to amend the Code, 37th section, chapter 61, edition 1860. A bill to authorize personal representatives in cer
R. P. Baker (search for this): article 5
g bills were passed: House bill requiring the suspension of the payment of subscriptions on the part of the State to certain internal improvement companies. Senate bill to provide for the importation of certain machinery. A bill to furnish the counties of the State with a model of the flying shuttle attachment for looms. A bill in regard to docketing causes in the Court of Appeals at Lewisburg during the existing war. House bill for the relief of the securities of R. P. Baker, late Sheriff of Grayson county, with an amendment by the Senate. House bill for the relief of the personal representatives of A. B. Urquhart, Joseph E. Gillett, and M. J. Davis. Adjourned. On Saturday, in the House, Mr. Haymond, of Braxton, submitted a resolution providing for the printing of twenty five thousand copies of the three acts of Congress, the Military, Finance, and Tax bills. The following were introduced: A bill authorizing the payment of Captain James
M. J. Davis (search for this): article 5
rovide for the importation of certain machinery. A bill to furnish the counties of the State with a model of the flying shuttle attachment for looms. A bill in regard to docketing causes in the Court of Appeals at Lewisburg during the existing war. House bill for the relief of the securities of R. P. Baker, late Sheriff of Grayson county, with an amendment by the Senate. House bill for the relief of the personal representatives of A. B. Urquhart, Joseph E. Gillett, and M. J. Davis. Adjourned. On Saturday, in the House, Mr. Haymond, of Braxton, submitted a resolution providing for the printing of twenty five thousand copies of the three acts of Congress, the Military, Finance, and Tax bills. The following were introduced: A bill authorizing the payment of Captain James E. Smith and company for services rendered as partisan rangers. A bill to prohibit the production of tobacco. An act to amend the Code, 37th section, chapter 61, edition 186
A. B. Urquhart (search for this): article 5
ement companies. Senate bill to provide for the importation of certain machinery. A bill to furnish the counties of the State with a model of the flying shuttle attachment for looms. A bill in regard to docketing causes in the Court of Appeals at Lewisburg during the existing war. House bill for the relief of the securities of R. P. Baker, late Sheriff of Grayson county, with an amendment by the Senate. House bill for the relief of the personal representatives of A. B. Urquhart, Joseph E. Gillett, and M. J. Davis. Adjourned. On Saturday, in the House, Mr. Haymond, of Braxton, submitted a resolution providing for the printing of twenty five thousand copies of the three acts of Congress, the Military, Finance, and Tax bills. The following were introduced: A bill authorizing the payment of Captain James E. Smith and company for services rendered as partisan rangers. A bill to prohibit the production of tobacco. An act to amend the Code,
Joseph E. Gillett (search for this): article 5
Senate bill to provide for the importation of certain machinery. A bill to furnish the counties of the State with a model of the flying shuttle attachment for looms. A bill in regard to docketing causes in the Court of Appeals at Lewisburg during the existing war. House bill for the relief of the securities of R. P. Baker, late Sheriff of Grayson county, with an amendment by the Senate. House bill for the relief of the personal representatives of A. B. Urquhart, Joseph E. Gillett, and M. J. Davis. Adjourned. On Saturday, in the House, Mr. Haymond, of Braxton, submitted a resolution providing for the printing of twenty five thousand copies of the three acts of Congress, the Military, Finance, and Tax bills. The following were introduced: A bill authorizing the payment of Captain James E. Smith and company for services rendered as partisan rangers. A bill to prohibit the production of tobacco. An act to amend the Code, 37th section, cha
Armistead Braxton (search for this): article 5
he counties of the State with a model of the flying shuttle attachment for looms. A bill in regard to docketing causes in the Court of Appeals at Lewisburg during the existing war. House bill for the relief of the securities of R. P. Baker, late Sheriff of Grayson county, with an amendment by the Senate. House bill for the relief of the personal representatives of A. B. Urquhart, Joseph E. Gillett, and M. J. Davis. Adjourned. On Saturday, in the House, Mr. Haymond, of Braxton, submitted a resolution providing for the printing of twenty five thousand copies of the three acts of Congress, the Military, Finance, and Tax bills. The following were introduced: A bill authorizing the payment of Captain James E. Smith and company for services rendered as partisan rangers. A bill to prohibit the production of tobacco. An act to amend the Code, 37th section, chapter 61, edition 1860. A bill to authorize personal representatives in certain cases to
. Davis. Adjourned. On Saturday, in the House, Mr. Haymond, of Braxton, submitted a resolution providing for the printing of twenty five thousand copies of the three acts of Congress, the Military, Finance, and Tax bills. The following were introduced: A bill authorizing the payment of Captain James E. Smith and company for services rendered as partisan rangers. A bill to prohibit the production of tobacco. An act to amend the Code, 37th section, chapter 61, edition 1860. A bill to authorize personal representatives in certain cases to receive payment in any currency receivable for public dues. The Speaker appointed a committee on the part of the House to consider the joint resolution as to how far the military act of the late Congress affects the officers of the Government of the State. The bill to provide an agency in the State of Virginia for the purchase of cotton and cotton yarns for distribution, was discussed and ordered to its engrossment