f (late to Correct certain pit-fls or
prar.ts the. in dt'crioeS where th.re
have bsen zrror . ' the i'urveyor in mak
ing th? rctara, or by the iecrcur in
iilainaj the lain.
t ) iiUslifh thetobacco-warehoufenow
bulling hy Jmcs Rhchie and
Wi.itlow,.-. Faycttcvii1 , and to em
power the ottn'y oart lo appoint inipce-
tors -.o the fasi
to amend an acl paflsdat FayettcvT,
in i 7J3, entitled, an aa toaiuhoiifc a d
enisle Jo!m Colloa to reuinro this a:c
a:i l nercti- the prwiicge ihcrttit menti
oned. O continue in force an a.ft paif- d at
Fayetfrille, 17S3, entitUd. an act for
the relief f fu:h perii.ns who have iVtfler
ed, or may faff :t, by -heir grams, de .;,
mfne conveyances, and ochsr inxru
intnts of writing not beim proved or -re-gi
tercd within ths time heretofore ap
pointed by law.
to veitdie title of a piece or parcel of
land lying in Granville county, in James
Forfthan I his heirs, ia fee fimple.
t authortfe H mry Emanuel Lutter
loh to raife by war of lottery a fum fuf
fir.ient to enable Kim to bring into this
ftare foreigners who are artizans ia Yim
ou; branches of buiiaefs.
tor making conformable to the plan
the fecond courfe or a tract of land lying
in Junes' county, formerly Craven, grant
bv pucaito John Richards, bearing
da'e the 24'h day of November, 173,
cexaini -g 300 acres on both fides of
Trent rir. I ' . ' (
to cRaHiOi the titles f certain laads
ir Simon, David, William, Jonathan,
and Polly Turner.
t,o amend an act, entitled, an aft to ap
point comminioncrs to fuperintend the
building a priion and flocks for the di
iu Vt oi Fayetteville, and to levy a tat in
the counties within mentiomcd, for de
ft aving the expences thereof, paifed at
F-ijrsttevUle in the year 1788.
for raifing a revenue for the payment
of the civil Hit and coatingent charge of
government for the year 1791, and to
repeal part oi an aft pafl'ed ac Newbcrn,
174, cnti:lcd,an :ut fur railing a public
revenue ftr the fupp .-i t of 2ovcnment,
and to repeal an act, emitted, an act to
Jlipprtls exceliive gaming.
Br the infpection of tabacco on Dan
rrer, on the land of Tiiomas Harrifon,
in CaiV.eli count.
to amend an act, entitled, an act direct
ir the mode of railing; a fund in the
ft-reral ports of entry in this (rate, for the
f'ipport of fick feumcn, and the manner
ct apprcpii.i'ing the lame, paifed at Fay
1 1 3
for tht relief of Thomas Ridge.1
to regulate and fix the price, fcfr in-:
ipcoi :g and coopeiing tobacco a: ) Fay
ct evilic. C?
An ACT to amend an a 61,
entitled, li an act directing
the manner of electing re
pieicntatives to re pre fan t
- f !S ila-e ir Consul's.
TTKrllEAS the cefuon made by
V V this nte of the lairds welt of the j
Aoakchian ir.onntains, renders a new
arrangement for the purpofe of electing !
rcprel'.t itives to Ccngrc s, neceflary :
15 E it therelbre enacted by the gene
ral aifrmbly f the tiate of Horth-Ca'-oli-na,
a-a 1 i: is hereby, enacted by the au
tho ity of th fame, that un il the actual
renfis be made, tills ftatc be xlivided and .:
liid off iaco Qve uivi Turns . to be called
the -lbermarle, the R".anoke, the Cen
tre, the Yadkin, and the Cape F.-ar divi
fionc, e'aA f vhich ihall 'be formed in
the following manner : The dittritfsof 1
SaliPourv and Moragn (hall form the Y ad- J
kindivilion Thediftrklof Hillfooiougb,
and the counties of Franklin and VaF
ren lhall iofm the Ceaire diviilo?iThe ;
counties of Halifax, Edgcomb, Nor
thampton, Nalh, Martin, Dobbs, Wyne,
Jones, and Craven lhallformthe Roanoke
divifion - The counties of Chovas, Per
quimans, Cambden, Currituck, Hertford, i
Bertie, Catcs,Pafquotank, Tyrrel, Hyde,
Beau for t,Pitt, and Carteret lhall foim the
-Albermarle divifion The counties of
Ne-T-Hanover, Bladcp, Biunfwick, Du
plin, OaGoF, Curriberland, Moore, Rich-;
mend, Samfor, Rcdiinfon, Anfcn, and;
Johnfbn lhall form the Cape-Fear divifi
on ; each of whiclj di virions fliall be en
titled to elect nd fend one reprefentative
to-thelegiflatwe of the Umited States ;
and the perfoa elected m each divif on,
iliall be a refidenC cr iRhabirant cf that
divifion for which he is elected, during
the fnnce or term of one year before and
at the time of his election.
And be it further enacted, that the
elections (hall be held in ea-ch c unty vnth
in the faid dirifsons, on the Jaft Thnrf
day and Friday in January, at the piaces
appointed ly law for frhe annual elections
cf members cf the gtnejal aifcn.bly.
And be it further enactee, that the
(heriflTs or returring officers cf the Al
bermarle divifion fhall meet at Edenfcri,
oh the firft Thurfday in February The
ftieTitTs orreturning officers ol the Roan
oke divifion fliallmcet at Tarbrrongh, on
the fame day The flicriffs or returning
oflWrs of the Centre divifion (hall meet
at Granville court-hcuf oa the iaxne
day The flieriffs- or rettrn"rr c&cer
rf che Yadkin diviGcn fhall meet ac I;e
dell court houle'on the ir:me c?) - i e
fherifls cr returning cheers of the Cape-i
Feai divifion fhall meet'at Elizsht tli-tev n
en tliefarneday, in order to determine
which ! candidates have ; tht greater!
Rtimter cf votes in rr anner as directed
by the above recited adt.
And be it fuitkei enaded, that 'iie
treafurjer is hereby empovfcred and au
thorifed tofittle (on affidavit made) the
claims of the different flierifis and re
turning cfHcers greably to lav,foi their
fervices in going to and returiarg frcrn
the places aforefaid, for the purpose of
compating thepoll forthereprentativeii
to be cho'ep., including feiriages.
And be it further enacted, that as much
of the laid above recited hact as comes
within the pi r view and meaning of this
act, be, and the' fame is hereby repealed ,
and declared void !
VL LENOIR, S. S.
S. CABARRUS, S.iH.C.
Read three times and rati
fied, in general aflembly, the
14th day of December, A. D.
PR.OCEED1KGS cf the GENERAL ASSEMBLY. -
HOUSE OF COMMONS. ;
j Friday, Veutuber to.
Thejbill directirg the entiy-takers z$
to their dnty in fhee, rejecting xertairi
cafe therein rrenrioncd, Was read the
third tin e and rejected . j
Jlcciited. frmi the ferrate a bill ta
.amend! a act,, entitled, an ct directing
the manner of chccfirg ieprefentative
to reprefent this ftate in Ccrgrets ; en
dorfedJread the thiid time, and pafled.
Received from the fenate the following
Mr. fpcaker and jentff mcrt, '
This houfe, frcrn a beiiet that the fuEi
of twefity killings per.daj is! iradequaic
to the cxpeccts and fervice of the H-cm
bers of the pieftnt afltribly,; prepefe,
that the fpeakers of the two hevfes be al
lots ed ar the rate ef thirty, and the mem
bers twenty-live flnllir.gs per day. And
at the fame rate fcr eveiy thirty milae ,
travelling to atd'frcm; 'tie general af
icrrbly; , r
ihe quefiien to agree to the prcpofir
ticn contained in the f ongoing ri tUagc
frc m the fenate, being put, as canied
in the affirmative ; wheret prn the yca3
and nays were required by 'Mr. erir.,,
feconded by Mr. Mcctgcmciy, and v. cie
yeas 39, rajs 36.