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United States (United States) (search for this): article 2
Georgia. Milledgeville, Ga., December 11. --The Senate has passed a bill regulating contracts between master and servant. If for over one month it must be in writing; work hours to be from sunrise to sunset, and servants to be responsible for damaging the master's property; wages forfeited by leaving before expiration of contract. The employer may discharge for disobedience, drunkenness, immorality, want of respect, or for leaving service; enticing servants away, misdemeanors to be punishable with a fine of $400, or imprisonment for four months. The House refused to consider the resolution fixing a day for the election of United States Senators by a vote of ninety to fifty-six. Provisional Governor Johnson sent a telegram last night to Washington, asking to be relieved, and asking that the Governor elect, Jenkins, be allowed to take his office.
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 2
Georgia. Milledgeville, Ga., December 11. --The Senate has passed a bill regulating contracts between master and servant. If for over one month it must be in writing; work hours to be from sunrise to sunset, and servants to be responsible for damaging the master's property; wages forfeited by leaving before expiration of contract. The employer may discharge for disobedience, drunkenness, immorality, want of respect, or for leaving service; enticing servants away, misdemeanors to be punishable with a fine of $400, or imprisonment for four months. The House refused to consider the resolution fixing a day for the election of United States Senators by a vote of ninety to fifty-six. Provisional Governor Johnson sent a telegram last night to Washington, asking to be relieved, and asking that the Governor elect, Jenkins, be allowed to take his office.
Andrew Johnson (search for this): article 2
Georgia. Milledgeville, Ga., December 11. --The Senate has passed a bill regulating contracts between master and servant. If for over one month it must be in writing; work hours to be from sunrise to sunset, and servants to be responsible for damaging the master's property; wages forfeited by leaving before expiration of contract. The employer may discharge for disobedience, drunkenness, immorality, want of respect, or for leaving service; enticing servants away, misdemeanors to be punishable with a fine of $400, or imprisonment for four months. The House refused to consider the resolution fixing a day for the election of United States Senators by a vote of ninety to fifty-six. Provisional Governor Johnson sent a telegram last night to Washington, asking to be relieved, and asking that the Governor elect, Jenkins, be allowed to take his office.
Georgia. Milledgeville, Ga., December 11. --The Senate has passed a bill regulating contracts between master and servant. If for over one month it must be in writing; work hours to be from sunrise to sunset, and servants to be responsible for damaging the master's property; wages forfeited by leaving before expiration of contract. The employer may discharge for disobedience, drunkenness, immorality, want of respect, or for leaving service; enticing servants away, misdemeanors to be punishable with a fine of $400, or imprisonment for four months. The House refused to consider the resolution fixing a day for the election of United States Senators by a vote of ninety to fifty-six. Provisional Governor Johnson sent a telegram last night to Washington, asking to be relieved, and asking that the Governor elect, Jenkins, be allowed to take his office.
December 11th (search for this): article 2
Georgia. Milledgeville, Ga., December 11. --The Senate has passed a bill regulating contracts between master and servant. If for over one month it must be in writing; work hours to be from sunrise to sunset, and servants to be responsible for damaging the master's property; wages forfeited by leaving before expiration of contract. The employer may discharge for disobedience, drunkenness, immorality, want of respect, or for leaving service; enticing servants away, misdemeanors to be punishable with a fine of $400, or imprisonment for four months. The House refused to consider the resolution fixing a day for the election of United States Senators by a vote of ninety to fifty-six. Provisional Governor Johnson sent a telegram last night to Washington, asking to be relieved, and asking that the Governor elect, Jenkins, be allowed to take his office.