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Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 16
epartment. The committee are of opinion that the present law, requiring the advertising of that Department to be done in three newspapers, as sufficient, and asked that the committee be discharged. Also, a bill to allow members of Congress to send newspapers through the mail without prepayment of postage, so that the postage may be paid at the office where received. --Postponed and placed upon the calendar. Mr. Clarke, of Mo., reported back a memorial relative to a stage route in Georgia, and reports that it is not a matter of legislation. Mr. Chilton reported a bill for the repeal of so much of the law as requires the mails to be carried, opened and delivered on Sunday. Placed upon the calendar and ordered to be printed. Mr. Clopton, of Ala., from the Committee on Claims, reported adversely on the memorial of certain citizens of the counties of Frederick and Morgan, Va., asking payment for property destroyed by Confederate troops. Mr. Boteler moved that the
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 16
sion of whiskey distillation and the desecration of the Sabbath, and asked that the committee be discharged. Also, a memorial on a new system of weights and coins, and asked that the same be referred to the commission upon the subject, raised under the act of the Provisional Congress; and it was so referred. Also, a bill to be entitled "an not to increase the facilities for the importation of goods, wares and merchandise into ports of the Confederate States." Mr. Perkins, of Louisiana, submitted an amendment in the form of a substitute, as follows: The Congress of the Confederate States do enact, That it shall be lawful for vessels to unload their cargoes on any part of the coast of the Confederate States, and that the laws requiring entry of vessels or discharge of cargoes at designated ports, and prescribing penalties for failure to do so, shall be, and the same are hereby, suspended. This substitute was passed. Mr. Curry also reported a bill in respons
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 16
ssed. Also, a memorial asking payment of expenses incurred in conveying the remains of Hon. John Hemphill to Texas, and asked that the committee be discharged from its further consideration. Also, a joint resolution for the payment for stationery furnished for the use of the Provisional Congress. Placed upon the calendar. Also, a memorial of Gen. Duff Green in relation to the extension of the Western North Carolina Railroad, and a bill for adjusting the claims of the State of North Carolina, and asked that the committee be discharged from its consideration. The memorial was laid on the table, and the bill placed on the calendar. Mr. Clapp, from the same committee, reported back sundry memorials asking compensation for horses purchased by Government agents, and asked that the committee be discharged. Mr. Wilcox, of Texas, from the Military Committee, reported back a bill entitled an act to promote the efficiency of the army, and asked that the committee be di
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 16
or calling the States, to go through with the committees. Motion prevailed. Mr. Harris, of Mo., from the Military Committee, reported back the bill for the appointment of drill masters for the Confederate army, and asked the committee to be discharged from the farther consideration of the bill. Mr. Rugsell, of Va., called up the bill reported from the Committee of Ways and Means, relative to the suspension of the collection of the war tax in certain States. Mr. Keiskell, of Tennessee, from the Judiciary Committee, reported back a bill to punish forgery and counterfeiting, and asked that the committee be discharged. Mr. Curry, from the Committee on Commerce, reported back a memorial for the suppression of whiskey distillation and the desecration of the Sabbath, and asked that the committee be discharged. Also, a memorial on a new system of weights and coins, and asked that the same be referred to the commission upon the subject, raised under the act of the Pro
United States (United States) (search for this): article 16
commission upon the subject, raised under the act of the Provisional Congress; and it was so referred. Also, a bill to be entitled "an not to increase the facilities for the importation of goods, wares and merchandise into ports of the Confederate States." Mr. Perkins, of Louisiana, submitted an amendment in the form of a substitute, as follows: The Congress of the Confederate States do enact, That it shall be lawful for vessels to unload their cargoes on any part of the coast of the Confederate States, and that the laws requiring entry of vessels or discharge of cargoes at designated ports, and prescribing penalties for failure to do so, shall be, and the same are hereby, suspended. This substitute was passed. Mr. Curry also reported a bill in response to the resolution instructing the committee to inquire into the expediency of making Augusta, Ga., a port of delivery for goods imported into Charleston, South Carolina. The bill was considered and passed.
Charleston (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 16
els to unload their cargoes on any part of the coast of the Confederate States, and that the laws requiring entry of vessels or discharge of cargoes at designated ports, and prescribing penalties for failure to do so, shall be, and the same are hereby, suspended. This substitute was passed. Mr. Curry also reported a bill in response to the resolution instructing the committee to inquire into the expediency of making Augusta, Ga., a port of delivery for goods imported into Charleston, South Carolina. The bill was considered and passed. Mr. Royston, of Ark., from the Committee on Post-Offices and Post- Roads, reported back sundry memorials, and stated that the committee was of the opinion that no legislation was necessary. Mr. Chilton, of Ala., from the same committee, reported a bill to establish certain post routes therein named, which was placed upon the calendar and ordered to be printed. Also, a bill, referred to committee, relating to advertising in the Po
A half-brother of Gen. Zellicoffer, one of the Confederate prisoners confined at Terre Haute, Indiana, died on the 23d ult. The total number of deaths to that date was seven--names not given. Rev. S. H. Adams, of Yorkville, S. C., a faithful minister and devoted patriot, died recently.
Zellicoffer (search for this): article 17
A half-brother of Gen. Zellicoffer, one of the Confederate prisoners confined at Terre Haute, Indiana, died on the 23d ult. The total number of deaths to that date was seven--names not given. Rev. S. H. Adams, of Yorkville, S. C., a faithful minister and devoted patriot, died recently.
S. H. Adams (search for this): article 17
A half-brother of Gen. Zellicoffer, one of the Confederate prisoners confined at Terre Haute, Indiana, died on the 23d ult. The total number of deaths to that date was seven--names not given. Rev. S. H. Adams, of Yorkville, S. C., a faithful minister and devoted patriot, died recently.
Terre Haute (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 17
A half-brother of Gen. Zellicoffer, one of the Confederate prisoners confined at Terre Haute, Indiana, died on the 23d ult. The total number of deaths to that date was seven--names not given. Rev. S. H. Adams, of Yorkville, S. C., a faithful minister and devoted patriot, died recently.
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