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Charles T. Friend (search for this): article 13
ffered a substitute, declaring the act perfectly constitutional, and advising obedience &c; which, together with the original, was laid upon the table, without discussion. The Speaker presented to the House a letter of resignation from Charles T. Friend, Esq, the delegate from Chesterfield, upon which. Mr. Rives offered a resolution, which was adopted, fixing the 22d inst as the day upon which the vacancy shall be filled by election the resignation of Mr. Friend, at his own instance, ch, together with the original, was laid upon the table, without discussion. The Speaker presented to the House a letter of resignation from Charles T. Friend, Esq, the delegate from Chesterfield, upon which. Mr. Rives offered a resolution, which was adopted, fixing the 22d inst as the day upon which the vacancy shall be filled by election the resignation of Mr. Friend, at his own instance, taking affect on the 20th. The House then went into secret season on the River Defences.
our slaves to escape, or advising, or conspiring with a slave to rebel or make insurrection, or of stealing slaves, or of any felony, and upon any such being apprehended to bring him to trial and punishment, in accordance with the laws of the State. On motion of Mr. Treadway, a committee of nine was appointed to inquire into what action may be necessary to secure an adequate supply of salt for the people of Virginia. The Speaker named Messrs. Treadway, Flood, Buford, Crockett, Forbes, Gorden, Saunders, of Franklin, Shannon, and Tyler, to constitute the committee. On motion of Mr. Forbes, a committee of three was appointed to bring in a bill for the relief of Wm. M. Rume, Sheriff of Fauquier, from damages, to the extent of $532.64, paid by him under circumstances worthy of consideration. The committee, consisting of Messrs. Forbes, Burks and Harrison, brought in a bill in a few minutes, directing the Auditor of Public Accounts to pay the amount; which was passed — ayes 72 n
e an adequate supply of salt for the people of Virginia. The Speaker named Messrs. Treadway, Flood, Buford, Crockett, Forbes, Gorden, Saunders, of Franklin, Shannon, and Tyler, to constitute the committee. On motion of Mr. Forbes, a committee of three was appointed to bring in a bill for the relief of Wm. M. Rume, Sheriff of Fauquier, from damages, to the extent of $532.64, paid by him under circumstances worthy of consideration. The committee, consisting of Messrs. Forbes, Burks and Harrison, brought in a bill in a few minutes, directing the Auditor of Public Accounts to pay the amount; which was passed — ayes 72 nose 3 The resolution offered a few days ago by Mr. Woonson, declaring the Confederate Conscription act unconstitutional, but counselling a patriotic obedience to it, was called up by Mr. Hunter, who offered a substitute, declaring the act perfectly constitutional, and advising obedience &c; which, together with the original, was laid upon the table, without discu
Silas B. Hart (search for this): article 13
sury notes in sums of one dollar. The bill was read a first time. On motion of Mr. Marshall, House bill refunding to William W. Hume, Sheriff of Fauquier county, damages paid by him as such. The bill was read a third time, and was rejected for want of a constitutional majority. On motion of Mr. Neeson, the bill was reconsidered and laid on the table. On motion of Mr. Johnson, the regular hour for meeting was fixed at 12 M, unless otherwise ordered by the Chair. On motion of Mr Hart, the Senate adjourned. House of Delegates. Friday, May 9, 1862. The House re-assembled at the usual hour of twelve, and the proceedings were opened with prayer by the Rev. Mr. Duncan. Mr. Bouldin offered a resolution, which was adopted, instructing the Committee on Military Affairs to inquire into the expediency of reorganizing the military force of the State between the ages of thirty-five and forty-five On motion of Mr. Burks, the engrossed bill authorizing the Cou
L. D. Haymond (search for this): article 13
atte for supporting a lunatic, in the county of Fayette. A message was received from the House of Delegates announcing the passage of a preamble and resolutions in reference to the state of the country, (the same as those reported in the Senate proceedings of yesterday.) The resolutions were, on motion, concurred in. Mr. Beanson offered the following: Resolved, by the General Assembly of Virginia,, That the Beard of Public works be and they are hereby authorized to pay to L. D. Haymond, or his legal representative, the sum of one hundred and sixteen dollars, for locating parts of the Elk River Turnpike road, one of the appropriation made to said road by act of Assembly. Mr. Beannon asked and obtained leave to introduce a bill providing for the issue of Treasury notes in sums of one dollar. The bill was read a first time. On motion of Mr. Marshall, House bill refunding to William W. Hume, Sheriff of Fauquier county, damages paid by him as such. The bill was
General Assembly of Virginia, Extra session. Senate. Friday, May 9, 1862. The Senate was called to order by Lieut., Governor Montagu, at 12 M. The Clerk presented the following House bills, in the passage of which the Senate was asked to concur: A bill providing for executing the sentence of death in certain cases. The bill was read a third time, the rules being suspended for that purpose, and on motion of Mr. Johnson, passed. A bill to re-enact and amend chapter 207 of the Code of Virginia. The bill was read a third time, the rules being suspended, and passed, on motion of Mr. Johnson. A bill to amend and re-enact section 5th 2 5th chapter, Code of Virginia. On motion of Mr. Alderson, the rules were suspended, the bill was read a third time, and passed. A message was received from the House of Delegates announcing the passage of a bill authorizing county courts to purchase salt and distribute it among the people, and provide payment for the
William W. Hume (search for this): article 13
hat the Beard of Public works be and they are hereby authorized to pay to L. D. Haymond, or his legal representative, the sum of one hundred and sixteen dollars, for locating parts of the Elk River Turnpike road, one of the appropriation made to said road by act of Assembly. Mr. Beannon asked and obtained leave to introduce a bill providing for the issue of Treasury notes in sums of one dollar. The bill was read a first time. On motion of Mr. Marshall, House bill refunding to William W. Hume, Sheriff of Fauquier county, damages paid by him as such. The bill was read a third time, and was rejected for want of a constitutional majority. On motion of Mr. Neeson, the bill was reconsidered and laid on the table. On motion of Mr. Johnson, the regular hour for meeting was fixed at 12 M, unless otherwise ordered by the Chair. On motion of Mr Hart, the Senate adjourned. House of Delegates. Friday, May 9, 1862. The House re-assembled at the usual hour of twe
heriff of Fauquier, from damages, to the extent of $532.64, paid by him under circumstances worthy of consideration. The committee, consisting of Messrs. Forbes, Burks and Harrison, brought in a bill in a few minutes, directing the Auditor of Public Accounts to pay the amount; which was passed — ayes 72 nose 3 The resolution offered a few days ago by Mr. Woonson, declaring the Confederate Conscription act unconstitutional, but counselling a patriotic obedience to it, was called up by Mr. Hunter, who offered a substitute, declaring the act perfectly constitutional, and advising obedience &c; which, together with the original, was laid upon the table, without discussion. The Speaker presented to the House a letter of resignation from Charles T. Friend, Esq, the delegate from Chesterfield, upon which. Mr. Rives offered a resolution, which was adopted, fixing the 22d inst as the day upon which the vacancy shall be filled by election the resignation of Mr. Friend, at his own
J. Conrad Johnson (search for this): article 13
death in certain cases. The bill was read a third time, the rules being suspended for that purpose, and on motion of Mr. Johnson, passed. A bill to re-enact and amend chapter 207 of the Code of Virginia. The bill was read a third time, the rules being suspended, and passed, on motion of Mr. Johnson. A bill to amend and re-enact section 5th 2 5th chapter, Code of Virginia. On motion of Mr. Alderson, the rules were suspended, the bill was read a third time, and passed. A messe payment for the same. On motion of Mr. Thompson, the rules were suspended, and the bill read a third time, when Mr. Johnson presented a letter from the lessees of the salt works in regard to the supply of salt, which was read by the Clerk. T constitutional majority. On motion of Mr. Neeson, the bill was reconsidered and laid on the table. On motion of Mr. Johnson, the regular hour for meeting was fixed at 12 M, unless otherwise ordered by the Chair. On motion of Mr Hart, the
w in our lines the price of the salt to be St. per bushel. The letter further affirmed that if the Legislature were not satisfied with this action, that they would cheerfully lease the works to the State. The letter having been read by the Clerk, the bill was read a third time and passed. A bill to amend and re-enact 1st section, chapter 203, Code of Virginia. On motion of Mr. Ball, the rules were suddens the bill read a third time and passed. On motion of Mr.Branson, of Lewis, the committee to whom was referred the act prescribing the effect of a judgment in favor of the Commonwealth against a deceased person," were discharged from its further consideration. The bill was read a third time (he rules being suspended) and passed. The standing committees were called upon for reports. None were offered. Mr. Ball, of London, offered the following resolution, which was adopted: Resolved, That the Committee on Military affairs inquire into the expediency
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