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Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 2
rk River Railroad Company, was read the first and second times, and, on the motion of Mr. Tomlin, the rules were suspended, and the bill was ordered to be read the third time. Mr. Tomlin explained the amendment, and advocated the passage of the bill. The bill was passed unanimously. Commissioners from Seceding States.--The House proceeded to the consideration of a local bill, which was variously discussed by different members, when the Speaker arose and stated that Commissioners from Georgia, Alabama, and other seceding States, were present in the city, commissioned to attend the sittings of the State Convention. He thought that ordinary courtesy demanded that they should be invited to visit the Hall, in view of the fact that the Convention would soon assemble within its walls. On motion, Messrs. Jones of Gloucester, Kaufman of Ritchie, and Tomlin of Prince George, were appointed a committee to invite the Commissioners referred to, to seats in the Hall. On motion, th
Glocester (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 2
se proceeded to the consideration of a local bill, which was variously discussed by different members, when the Speaker arose and stated that Commissioners from Georgia, Alabama, and other seceding States, were present in the city, commissioned to attend the sittings of the State Convention. He thought that ordinary courtesy demanded that they should be invited to visit the Hall, in view of the fact that the Convention would soon assemble within its walls. On motion, Messrs. Jones of Gloucester, Kaufman of Ritchie, and Tomlin of Prince George, were appointed a committee to invite the Commissioners referred to, to seats in the Hall. On motion, the House adjourned. [Note.--On Saturday, Mr. Bisbie, of Norfolk offered a resolution of inquiry as to the expediency of amending the inspection laws in reference to salted provisions. The following bill will be introduced, in response to the above resolution: 1. Be it enacted, That so much of section 42 of chapter 88,
Norfolk (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 2
ty, commissioned to attend the sittings of the State Convention. He thought that ordinary courtesy demanded that they should be invited to visit the Hall, in view of the fact that the Convention would soon assemble within its walls. On motion, Messrs. Jones of Gloucester, Kaufman of Ritchie, and Tomlin of Prince George, were appointed a committee to invite the Commissioners referred to, to seats in the Hall. On motion, the House adjourned. [Note.--On Saturday, Mr. Bisbie, of Norfolk offered a resolution of inquiry as to the expediency of amending the inspection laws in reference to salted provisions. The following bill will be introduced, in response to the above resolution: 1. Be it enacted, That so much of section 42 of chapter 88, of the Code of Virginia, as allows the sale or exportation of any salted provisions in cities and towns of this Common wealth, because the same has been inspected and branded under the laws of any other State, be hereby repeale
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