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Danville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 6
Claims reported adversely to the petition of Thomas C. Bunting and others, to be released from a forfeited recognizance. Petitions, &c.--The following petitions, &c., were presented and referred; By Mr. Adams, the petition of John L. Morllet and others, to change one of the county lines of Webster county; by Mr. McGruder, the remonstrance of sixty-four citizens of Henrico against extending the corporation limits of Richmond; by Mr. Christian, the petition of the Council of the town of Danville, for authority to establish a chain-gang; by Mr. Porter, the petition of J. H. Cochran, late Sheriff of Hancock county; by Mr. Witten, the petition of Moses Davis, praying that the sum of $69,76 erroneously charged on his lands, be refunded to him; by Mr. Brown, the petition of J. L. Campbell, author of "a manual of scientific and practical agriculture," asking remission of license tax; by Mr. Smith, the petition of citizens of the Valley, asking the authorization of the extension of the Wi
Gilmer (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 6
heriff of Hancock county; by Mr. Witten, the petition of Moses Davis, praying that the sum of $69,76 erroneously charged on his lands, be refunded to him; by Mr. Brown, the petition of J. L. Campbell, author of "a manual of scientific and practical agriculture," asking remission of license tax; by Mr. Smith, the petition of citizens of the Valley, asking the authorization of the extension of the Winchester and Potomac Railroad; by Mr. Knotts, the proceedings of a meeting of the people of Gilmer county; on the state of the country. Secession of Alabama and Georgia.--The Speaker laid before the House a message from the Governor, in which he says: "I communicate herewith a letter from Wm. M. Brooks, Esq., President of the Alabama State Convention, enclosing a copy of the Ordinance of Secession, adopted on the 11th inst. "I communicate also a telegraphic dispatch received from His Excellency Joseph E. Brown, Governor of the State of Georgia, announcing the passage by the C
Hampshire (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 6
by Mr. Frederick, of passing a law requiring property sold under execution to bring three-fourths of its value; by Mr. Duckwall, of authorizing the trustees of "Easter's Meeting-House," in Morgan county, to sell and convey the same. Bills Reported.--For the relief of the securities of Joshua A. Staats, the Sheriff of Jackson county; amending chapters 108 and 38 of the Code; incorporating the Virginia Lumber Company; transferring the Cacaphan and North Branch Turnpike to the county of Hampshire; to incorporate the Elk River Railroad Company; incorporating the Grassy Lick Turnpike Company; amending the charter of the Brown's Gap Turnpike Company; amending the charter of the Clarksburg and Wheeling Turnpike Company; making a subscription on the part of the State to the Roanoke Valley Railroad; authorizing the voluntary enslavement of Clara and her children; to raise a Provisional State Guard. Laid on the Table.--The bill authorizing the Central Railroad Company to construct a
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 6
of the people of Gilmer county; on the state of the country. Secession of Alabama and Georgia.--The Speaker laid before the House a message from the Governor, ibama Convention, January 11th, is: "To dissolve the union between the State of Alabama land the other States, under the compact styled the United States of Ameri with pleasure the views presented by the honorable Commissioners from the State of Alabama, upon the present condition of National and State affairs, respectfully request the Commissioners to inform the authorities of the State of Alabama that the General Assembly of Virginia have passed an act for the election of members of a St and the General Assembly is not able to make any definite response to the State of Alabama until the action of the State Convention. Resolved, That the Governora until the action of the State Convention. Resolved, That the Governor communicate this resolution, forthwith, to the Commissioners from the State of Alabama.
Henrico (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 6
rom Lexington to some eligible point on said load was debated and laid on the table. Adverse Report.--The Committee on Claims reported adversely to the petition of Thomas C. Bunting and others, to be released from a forfeited recognizance. Petitions, &c.--The following petitions, &c., were presented and referred; By Mr. Adams, the petition of John L. Morllet and others, to change one of the county lines of Webster county; by Mr. McGruder, the remonstrance of sixty-four citizens of Henrico against extending the corporation limits of Richmond; by Mr. Christian, the petition of the Council of the town of Danville, for authority to establish a chain-gang; by Mr. Porter, the petition of J. H. Cochran, late Sheriff of Hancock county; by Mr. Witten, the petition of Moses Davis, praying that the sum of $69,76 erroneously charged on his lands, be refunded to him; by Mr. Brown, the petition of J. L. Campbell, author of "a manual of scientific and practical agriculture," asking remissi
Webster (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 6
The bill authorizing the Central Railroad Company to construct a branch from Lexington to some eligible point on said load was debated and laid on the table. Adverse Report.--The Committee on Claims reported adversely to the petition of Thomas C. Bunting and others, to be released from a forfeited recognizance. Petitions, &c.--The following petitions, &c., were presented and referred; By Mr. Adams, the petition of John L. Morllet and others, to change one of the county lines of Webster county; by Mr. McGruder, the remonstrance of sixty-four citizens of Henrico against extending the corporation limits of Richmond; by Mr. Christian, the petition of the Council of the town of Danville, for authority to establish a chain-gang; by Mr. Porter, the petition of J. H. Cochran, late Sheriff of Hancock county; by Mr. Witten, the petition of Moses Davis, praying that the sum of $69,76 erroneously charged on his lands, be refunded to him; by Mr. Brown, the petition of J. L. Campbell, auth
United States (United States) (search for this): article 6
tion, enclosing a copy of the Ordinance of Secession, adopted on the 11th inst. "I communicate also a telegraphic dispatch received from His Excellency Joseph E. Brown, Governor of the State of Georgia, announcing the passage by the Convention of that State of the Ordinance for immediate secession." The Ordinance adopted by the Alabama Convention, January 11th, is: "To dissolve the union between the State of Alabama land the other States, under the compact styled the United States of America." The Governor's Message and the documents accompanying it were, on motion, laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Reply of Virginia to the Alabama Commissioners.--The following joint resolution was offered, and after explanation, was unanimously agreed to, and the same ordered to be sent to the Senate for ratification: The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia having heard with pleasure the views presented by the honorable Commissioners from the Stat
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 6
n of citizens of the Valley, asking the authorization of the extension of the Winchester and Potomac Railroad; by Mr. Knotts, the proceedings of a meeting of the people of Gilmer county; on the state of the country. Secession of Alabama and Georgia.--The Speaker laid before the House a message from the Governor, in which he says: "I communicate herewith a letter from Wm. M. Brooks, Esq., President of the Alabama State Convention, enclosing a copy of the Ordinance of Secession, adopted on the 11th inst. "I communicate also a telegraphic dispatch received from His Excellency Joseph E. Brown, Governor of the State of Georgia, announcing the passage by the Convention of that State of the Ordinance for immediate secession." The Ordinance adopted by the Alabama Convention, January 11th, is: "To dissolve the union between the State of Alabama land the other States, under the compact styled the United States of America." The Governor's Message and the documents
John L. Morllet (search for this): article 6
n; to raise a Provisional State Guard. Laid on the Table.--The bill authorizing the Central Railroad Company to construct a branch from Lexington to some eligible point on said load was debated and laid on the table. Adverse Report.--The Committee on Claims reported adversely to the petition of Thomas C. Bunting and others, to be released from a forfeited recognizance. Petitions, &c.--The following petitions, &c., were presented and referred; By Mr. Adams, the petition of John L. Morllet and others, to change one of the county lines of Webster county; by Mr. McGruder, the remonstrance of sixty-four citizens of Henrico against extending the corporation limits of Richmond; by Mr. Christian, the petition of the Council of the town of Danville, for authority to establish a chain-gang; by Mr. Porter, the petition of J. H. Cochran, late Sheriff of Hancock county; by Mr. Witten, the petition of Moses Davis, praying that the sum of $69,76 erroneously charged on his lands, be re
cians, when all matters of difference between the sections could be amicably and fairly adjusted. The motion to lay on the table was withdrawn, and the yeas and nays being called, the resolution was adopted unanimously — Yeas 108. Resolutions, &c.--The following resolutions of inquiry into expediency was read and referred; By Mr. D. Gibson, of affecting the act authorizing the Bank of the Valley to establish a branch in the city of Richmond; by Mr. Martin, resolved, that when this House adjourns on Saturday next, it will with the consent of the Senate, adjourn to meet again on the 11th day of February next; by Mr. Christian, of incorporating the Southern Express Company with power to transport packages, &c., throughout the Southern States; by Mr. Bass, of providing by law for releasing sheriffs, &c., from payment of damages on failure to pay State dues, provided sheriffs' securities shall, within ninety days of such default, pay principal, interest and costs of collection o
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