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the sai J bill was ordered to be enrolled. The bill
vesting the Power tu authorise theerectiunuf gate
; across public road in the county courts, paifeeJ iu
last reading, and was also ordered to be. enrolled.
The bill to amend and suspend for a time the
several Acts prohibiting the circulation of due bill
. and notes under five dollars the hill lo etnanci
' pate Waller t the bill to amend an Act of 1745,
imvo snnr i tiro " 1 vm
C,r the better observation and keeping of thJ Lord'. :
:dav,&.,and the bill directing the maoor.ru which
'. it i i l . l i .i.: . ci... ..,.
, suits aiiMU oe orougni nercmier iu una ouuv, uo
rejected. ' it." --r'.' : r
BiUa pretexted By Mr. Beard, further to
amend an Act entitled An Act to establish a
Bank of the State of North Carolina," Read the
' ' first time and passed. By Mr. Sawyer, suppleroeu
' tal to an Act passed at the present session, concern
ing a Convention to amend the Constitution of the
. State. Passed its first and second readings, and
. laid upon the table. ? By Mr. Caldwell, regulating
tlie time of holding the Superior Courts in the
counties of Rutherford, Lincoln, and Iredell Read
.; three times, and ordored to be engrossed. s 5
": ' HOUSE OF COMMONS.
MrMarsteller:ibni the Committee to whom
' was referred the resolution concerning the powers
and immunities of the Cape ear Navigation Urn
'" pany, reported bill to repeal in part an Act of
1832, amending the several Acts of Assembly in
corporating the Roanoke and Cape Fear Naviga
two Companies, and prescribing the mode of en.
'? lorcin? the collection of tolls; which passed its
T first resufiog.. "rT . "":7 ' Z' ""
'' Mr Graham, from the Committee on Education,
to whom sundry resolutions on the subject had been
referred, reported a bill to authorise the President
- and Directors of the Literary Fund to sell certain
t. portions of the Swamp lands; which was read the
I first time and passed, and, with the report acconv
3panyiflgt ordered to be printed.
' Dome time was spem in the eonsHieraiion of ine
amendments proposed by the (Senate to the en
- grossed bill concerning a Convention to amend the
Constitution of the State ; and, alter various in
said amendments were conrurred in, and the Se
" nate so informed..Ordered that 50 copies of said
:r bill be printed tor each member of the Legislature.
- - ,Tbe House resumed the unfiiiislied business of
Saturday, being Mr. Henderson's resolutions re
' latinc to a distribution of the public lands. The
-question (raisiid on Mr. Haywood' motion to
amend) to strike out the original resolutions, was
'' decided in the negative 64 to 53. Mr. Bragg
.' moved that the resolutions lie on Ihe table : which
was negatived 70 to 38. Mr. Bragg moved to
- : add the following after the second resolution, which
was rejected- 68 to 41 :
RemJved, TUitt this General Assembly highly
" ; approve of the message of Andrew Jackson, Pre-
stdenf of the United States, transmitted to the Se
nnteof the United Sutes on the 4th December!
1833, cootainingjhis (Basons for withholding his
ant to bill passed by Congress at its preceding
WMaioiv usually .denominated, " Mr. Clay's . Land
jj.ll,- , . . ..
Those who voted in favor of the amendment
w?re Messrs. Boddie, Bragg, Braswell, Brown,
oum, Byrum,.iarteruAioort ieytont Y itzran
dolph, Foushee, Guinn, G wyn, Hamrick, Haywood,
II wider, Hutchison, Irion, Jordan, Jutlkins, Lee,
Lvon, Marsteller, Potts, Powell, Kiddtck,- Register,
Riebuckr SlaJv J. L. Smith, Swanner, Tat ham
d'Taybr,ToroJiwnn, Wadiwrtht Walker, Whitfield
f .-WiUeyr Jacob W ulums, Zigl&nrr
'Those who Toted against the amendment werellvfl k
f " "f Messrs, Atbritton, R. II. " Alexander, G. IU-A
Lajider,- Baker, Barrinser. Battle, Bedford, Bell
' r:--Blatchfordr Blalockv .Brandon, Pray,-BnimmcU,
s..MWiri CleRMot, Craige, Crump, Iwckery, Dod-
'ley, Fleming, Foreman, Uorrell, urahara, Haw.
kins. Harper, Harrison, Hardy, Henderson, Harris,
Hoke, w. iiorton,. iioru, iiowaw, ring, ruij
Trell," IiihainV LillyT Lindsay , Locke, Long, Lou
dcrmilk, Mauly, Manocy, Martin, Matthews, Monk
. Chisby.XhitlawrPerkiiis, PlvleStef JRjwhJl
. Ft(&l Weaver i ' WkV -Wlliamtef Geene,
tf-jjfc. Yi dlutiua of Rif bnnidT Witrtmr. ' ' ' n
? ' :s ' Mf. Haywood moved to add to the second reao-
i lution.ine Mowing worus t- - Ana sucn ununuu
tiu ought not to be made so as to give any preference
- :J a,, llistosw States. UltO that proposed, m be bill
.'...euinnHpiy .tIC4.Jfn. PvV JnJBintwbjchwM
j. J Tt-toed by Presldont Jackwsi.N .'Air. Dudley moved
V "V to strike out ajl oT id aniefxlment kfter tlio word
V Tr. trW Stotet n which was not agreed to e bird in
1 . n TtM question then recurring on the adopt wu of the
I- ,1 sMnenilment 'offored by Mr. Haywood, it was deci
jr . dad isj the oegalivs 59 to 57 The original reso.
I lutionf, as submitted by Mr. Henderson oo the 29th
I - - ultimo, wsrb ihn adopted and erdered to be eo
f f naped-rysas 82, nays - - -
' . - "' . Tea -Messrs. Albrilton, R. IL Alexander, O.
t IL Alexaniler, Allison, Buker," Barringw, BattK
I . Bedford, Bell; Rlatohford, Blalock, Brandon, Bray,
f DruinmeU, Caixder, Qemcnt, Coor, Craige, Crump,
I IMvwiport, lAxaery, iMrtley, rieming.omman,
' V ' ii;lIarTtey; liettdemNSIonry, Hoke, W. Hor-
laOyii ItortiioJUauldCf, Jiowardj, Kmgt Kittrelt,
Latha.m," fitter Lindsay," Locke; Long, ' Iowfcr
. milk. Manly, Maaney, Martin, Matthews, Monk,
W ullVAl'jlJlfCse, M'Lcsuv MlNeilL MThersuo,
"Norcom, Ousby, Outlaw, Perkins, Piwndetter,
,RMm, 8rwel, Sloan, Small wood, G. Smith, Stock.
ard, SwindrIL Taylor, Tillett, Tomlins-m, Wdi
ar.irib7Witte"r7'Wllw, Waugh. Weaver, Jaewb
. WilUania, Williams of Greene, Williams of Rich
bsoikL Witcbec Z iu lax A . . . i ';-. .. j
iVsys Messrs. Boddie, Bragg, Braswell, llrown,
Bynum, Byrum, Carter, Ficroi)Jh, FuusUm,
'Frink, Gwyn, flarrU, I lay wood, Hutchiia, R.
Junes, Jujdklns, .Keoah,' Lee, Lyon, 3IarsrcUcf,
I Very, INXta, towHt, Register, Korlsirk, Nadn, J
L. Smith, Swanner, Tat ham, Whitfield. William-
TuetdauJnmmarf , 1633,
.- " SENATE,
Mr. Hawkins, (Whii the Cnmmittne nn fntemal
tmprovemout, te wbotn resolution on the subject
bad been 'referred, reportAit in (aw of granting
charter t Rail R4 from the sealssird mia
tha Seal of Government, to the Yadkin but against
the Stnte taking two-firths of the stork. Laid on
the table. Mr. H, also reported against the evpe.
lirvy of granting an appropriation to out a Canal
from Goose Creek to Jones's Bay, and reenmrnend
e l the rejotios of tbe bill to asuniid the' road laws.
Concurred In, " "
Mr, Wyche, from the Committee on Finanee,
i 1 a retMirt, staling that Samuel F. Pattvrwn
til xcute4 the hutida re)uiro4 by law, Ate., and
entered upon his office as Public Treasurer ; letting
turth the condition ol Hie i rrHury ; anu re coin-
tucuduig ihe Jidi iptiuu of a . reIuUju..-auliioniug
the Treasurer, should it become nece-ssary during
the ikcal year, to borrow, on behalf of the Slate,
sum not exceeding 40,000 dollars'; which resolution
was read three times, and ordered to be engrossed.
Mr. Wellborn presented a bill to repair, alter,
, . .. r l e t e .u
Mimid, tln road leading from the ford of he
river Vadkin, where ,Caj flirnierly lived, to the
Aslie county line; which; was read three times, and
ordered to be engrossed. - ' ;
The engrossed resolutions from the other House,
relative to the distributiountong the States of the
public land, was laid upon the, table yeas 33,
nays 24. "I,
reo -Messrs. Arrington, tiaker, lJnttain,
Burns, Cooper of Martin, Cowper of Gates, Dob-
son, Durham, Edmonston, Edwards of Person, Ed-
wanls of Warren, Ennett, r lynt, t lowers, bavin,
lawkina, Holmes, Howell, Hussey, Kerr, Lindsey,
Lockhart, M'Connick, Montgomery of Hertford,
Move of Greene, Staley, Spaighti Stephens, Wil.
der, Whitaker, Whitehurst, Wyche, Wilson.
Aavs Messrs. Barco, Bateman, IJeard, Cald-
wellTTJawd, Fairtey7llarrison," Hogan, Kendall,
Little, Lowry, M Millian, M Uiieen, M Williams,
Martin," Mast, Montgomery of Orange, Move of
Pitt, Parker, Phelps," Sawyer, Sherard, bhipp,
The bill concerning a Convention to amend the
Constitution of the Bute, was ordered to be en
The engrossed bill from the other House, to es
tablish the Merchants' Bank of Newberu, was re
jected 20 to 25.
HOUffK Or CtMMUIM.
Bittt pretented By Mr. Henry, to establish the
sulphur Spnnif Academy, in Kuncombe. By Mr
W. Morton, lor arming volunteer companies. By
Mr. Marsteller, to repeal part of an Act of 1819
to provide a revenue for the pavment of the civil
list and contingent charges of Government for the
year 1820. - By Mr. Blalock, to authorise and em
power the County. Courts of Yancey county to al
ter the dividing line between the two regiments of
said county. Those bills passed their first reading.
Mr. Houlder presented a resotutijci recommend
ing to the people siie(Mhcally to intttruct tlieir doln
gates to the Convention to vote tor or against the
borough representation in the Legislature ; which
was postponed indefinitely.
Mr. Haywood presented the petition of K. M
Saunders, asking compensation for certain prots
siooul services, together with a resolution to carry
into effect the prayer of the petitioner. Kelcrred
I he engrossed bill to make an appropriation ot
975,000 lor completing the Capitol in this city
passed its second and third readings, and was or
dered to be enrolled yeas 94, nays 21.
The following mils were postponed indefinitely
Providing a reward for the taking up of runaway
slaves in Pennsylvania, New York, Ac. ; concerning
the exercise of suffrage by free persons of color
additional to the Acta now in force directing how
femes covert lands altering the mimlier
of company musters from two to fiiur in a year
and ffivinir to the Superior Courts of Law cxclii
sive original jurisdiction in all applications for di
Tlie engrossed resolutions to print the Bill to
provide a fund for the establishment of Free Schools,
and append the same lo the Acts of AssemMr rand
authorising the Governor to procure and transmit
the Acts of Assembly tit certain chiles fhereirt'lUt:
med, and for other purposes, were read and order
IrWazadajr, January 7,1835.
' The bill to subject legacies, distributive shares,
Ajc, to attachment in like manner as other proper.
ty,- and the bill to incorporate the MiintgomeTjn
Gold Mining Company, were postponed inoVfinitoly."
A great many bills were matured and ordered
to be enrolled.
TSTT0 "T h8Jtlfn,'rter '
ami UlUUIglou lmil atu vKiiimiiT, wm ibiu uii
the table until the 3d Monday of November next,
on irMitioororMi75iiwliwid-Ayes 71, Nays 80.
Mr. Long presented the following Resolutions:
.IVsrVrss, .by the Gmstitution of the United
Sta'.es, Congress ahms is ekithed with authority lo
borrow money. o Ihe credit of the GovRmment :
And whereas; the Portm)0teT--(le"rTl hw taken
upon himselT the of this big pUWvS Tf MsV
nXfUig V rtgWldWtheTp!rtf these Untttrf
States without the authority of their Representa.
Rt tl iXrrrfore RetnlrfJ. tki Grnrral Aurm-
bit of North Carotin, That the PorftnaMefUJo-
neral, m borrow in t money without the oonaent of
IConsrrss, has vi4ated the plain meaning of the
Constitution, and that therelore the loans made to
htm are not binding upon lbs nation.
Rttoltti, That the Senators and Representatives
from this State, ia Congr, he requeued to eon-
tmue"the' invetigatKs already eiHnmenced, into
alaiaan and mirriiirliiin vf I1' Apartment
and that they endeavor to arrure taar"flietoiiir s
..... .i j . T.T!rfTTtwii,"srrerj..i..
more economical and faithful administration of its
The anl Resolutions were reed, and, nn motion
of Mr. Swannery laid on -the table Ayes 70,
TWsdsjr, January 8, 1835.
Seveiai bills ef a private nslurn msnwing thftn
the bill to Incorporate the BiMe Society of North
Camtow, and tew bill to tnenrporato the liyard
Gap Turnpike Comparry--werti M od de6.
iiou) or COMMONS.
The Mgnaliin of Judge Hoawcll and R. M.
SrtUitnVr, as CooiiiMssionrrs fr re building the
CaiHtol, were rrad and aorptd,
Tbe bill to provide r a fair valualton of the
lands ia this State, and presorihiiig the mode in
which Ihe said buals and other taxable property
shall bs given In by the owners lliereof taxation
4 he bill to alter the tin nf bidding the rlcctiiin
dr Momhersuf the Astemtdy the bill authorising
the entry of the unmirveved tin. Is acquired, by tree
IV, from the Cherokee Indians .and the bill to ex.
tend the hmiti f the City of llaWgh, ware seve.
rally read, and," on motion, ImtoAoitcIv rswtponed.
X hup Dumber of btTs were finally fasnd.
Friday, January 0, 133.
The bill authorising, the entry of the unsurrey.
od Cborokee InU t enueemiog Cnrouers S J
tbe bill to provide (of the temporary appoint ajeot
of Registers in certain cases ; the bill W repeal an
Act, paaxed tu 13V.6, to reduce the license the. red
to amend the several Acts of Assembly, vesting the
right of electing the Sheriiia in the People ihe
bill amendatory of the Act to ertablUh a Bank of
the State ; and the bill to improve tlie Cape Fear
river above Fayetteville, were severally read, and,
on motion, indefinitely postponed.
1 be Resolution declaratory of the opinion ot the
Senate on the Right of instruction, was read and
laid on the table. '
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
.The bill to repeal in part an Act, passed in 1832,
amendatory of the several Acts of Assembly incor
porating the Roanoke and Cape Fear Navigation
Company ; the Resolution authorizing the Govern
or to employ an Engineer to survey a Rail Road
route from Beaufort to the western limits ot the
State the bill imposing a tax on Physicians, Law
yers, aud Dentists ; the bill giving to the County
Courts the power of abolishing the offices ot L-oun-ty
Trustee and the Treasurer of Public Buildings;
the tall authorizing the bovernor to BuoscriDe, on
behalf of the Sute. for 1000 shares of the Stock
of the Cape Fear, Yadkin, and Pedee Rail Roadj
and the bill to encourage the discovery bflvlifies iii
the State, were severally read, and, on motion, in
Saturday, January 10, 1835,
After some unimportant business, on motion of
Keiolved, unantmouuui That the thanks of the
Senate are due, and they are hereby tendered, to
tlie Hon. William D. Moseley, speaker thereof,
for the able, dignified, and impartial manner, in
which he has discharged the duties of speaker ot
the Senate during the present session.
The Speaker then declared the Senate adjourn
ed sine die.
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
The House met for the ratification of bills;
having done which, the following Resolution was
KminiiHoiiWy aoV)ted, ainl the Speaker adjouTilcd
tlie House nne die:
Reioleed, That tlie thanks of ""t his House be
tendered to William J. Alexander, Esq., the Speak
er thereof, for . the able, imiwrtial, and prompt
manner, in which he has discharged the duties of
tlie Chair during the present session.
CAPTIONS OF THE LAWS
PASSED JY THfi . LEGISLATURE OF NORTH
CAROLINA, s 1A Se$,Um of 1834-35.
1. An Act concerning a Convention to amend
the Constitution of the state.
2. Supplemental to an Aet, passed at the pre.
sent suasion, concerning a Convention to amend
the Constitution of the State.
For the provisions of the above Acts, see the
first page of this paper. I
3. To amend the Charter of the Bank of Cape
Fear. Providea that Stockholders, who are citi
wins of otlier Slates, shall be entitled to vote for
themselves or by proxy, at all meetings of the
Stockholders; and that the Bank and its Branches
shall receive public nKHicy hr deposite.!
4. To amend the Act of last session, to establish
a Bank in the State of North Carolina. Provides
that the corporation shall deal in promissory notes,
i .l- r. r .i i .:...i. J
so receive such of the public money as the T ma-
-. -v -k" " ,. ' , " -
surer of the state shall oner in depostte.
5. Giving further time to pay in Entry money.
Allows unu the 1 5th of December, 1 835. J
"' 8." Prohibiting Lotteries in the State.- (Prohibits
Lotteries of every description, except those aires-
dy authorized, under a penalty of 95,000.
7. id quiet-the titles to -certain lands m this
8. Vesting the power to authorise the erection
of gates across public roads in the County Courts.
(.Giy$j.jhisjerjtohe Courts a majority of i
tne justices ocing present. j .
9. Jtakiiigagjpprotnatu f r compjcting the
Capitol in the city of Raleigh. Appropriates tlie
sum of $75,000.
10. To amend an Act vesting the right of elect
ing the Clerks of the County and Superior Courts
in tlie free white men of the State, passed in 1832.
Provides tliat, in case of the resignaiioa or death
of lht SttperioriJourt (Orki -the Judge -sbatt- aa
point until lbs next regular electius mud the Cuuo
ty Cuirti ahaQ appoint in like matmerJ "i
11. Giving eompensatiua to Sheriiw and Coro
ners for exocuting writs of cspias ad sutisfacien
dum, in certain cases. Sheriffs or Coroners com
pel led, by such writs, issued by, and returnable to,
any Court beyond their own County, to carry any
person to the Jail of the County from whence the
writ isnied, to receive at the rate of three dollars
f every thirty wwtek io going to and from the laid
12. Regulating costs iu certain cases. Pro
vides that Clerks shall not chanre any Stale lax
! or Altornev fies on biils retunMnl under the Art
oi inoj, lor uie rout i oi noocta oeiMors, rxrepr
an issue shall be trmde up ; m which rase, the par
ty. castVshall pay all costs: and I list officers shall
return all bonds and papors, token uiidt'r said AcT,
on or befiire ihe sooond day of the Court to whicli
they are returnable, under the penalty eoO.J
13. Autboriains the set Uainty Courts to
appoint one or rr- Surveyors in their districts
,mnty. l'rvwie that tmy shall not
rfMut more tfuta two nsr any one County.
" 1 4. Oswe riiiiig-divorreai Giww tbe Courts of
rprrty coocarreut jonwlictmn with the reporter
Courts of law, in granting mvorres.
15. Appointing Commissioners fr rebuilding
lite IspiM. I AmxxiiU Ihinran temeriai, it. Ian
M, 8. F. Patterson, Cbarb Manly , and Alfred
Jones, ti ore mor to fill varaneHM.1
16. Amenilalory of the Act of 133, concerning
the injury done by the erection of mills. If da
mage sssewwd tmiW said Act do not amount to 5
dollars, petitioner shall toot recover more costs than
17. Prescribing la what manner copies of Admi.
nisi i al in or returns of property of deceased per-
ame in another State shall be read in evidence.
When properly certified according to Act of Con
gress of 1790, or by the proper officer if tbe State,
wild the testimonial of the Governor, the said pa.
pars shall be admitted in evidence in the same
manner as oopics from Clerk's Offices In this State.
18. Tojeprel tbe second Section of the Act of
1832, making additional eompensmiiim to the 8e
eretary ofraate certain services.
. 19, For tunuiig or altering roads m certain ca
fProvides that person through whose land t
public road P8, may turn or alter the same ;
the 'ration, may then
close iin tlie old road.l
20. To authorise the liovemor to procure a new
Great Seal of tlie Stale."
.aw i a -i
21. To establish the Merchants' liana oi tne
town oi e1,'c"n iiifiiv .
title, in Newbern, with a capital of 300,000 dollars.
i T I rrJi.l.l.uku. . Ilniilr lintor thlM 1 1
Book, to be opened on the second Monday o. t enru-
inrimiw iwww'Mf " ' .
. -. , Waahinii nn IllllH I aaWPII. I
Waynesboro,' Beaufort, SwansborougbaJjid Snow
Hill. One fourth ot each snare to ne paia ai ine
time of subscribing ; one fourth within 60 days af
ter the Bank shall have commenced' business ; and
the remainder within 9 months thereafter. When
100.000 dollars are paid in, the Bank may go into
operation, and continue until 1855. Seven Direc-
tors 10 De appoimeu, wpo auail cieci I rrwircni
and other officers. Bank to pay a tax of 25 cents
per share. No branches or agencies allowed.
22. Amending the Act of fast session, regula
ting the times of holding the Superior Courts in
the 6th Judicial Circuit. Provides for the pay.
ment of the Judge for holding Court for the second
week in Mecklenburg county.
lJ3rTrcHernirige- WgrdcwT)f the-poor.
Provides for paying expenses of removing a pau
per from one ounty to another.
24. To enable any two of the Judges of the Su
preme Court to hold the same. When any one
of the Judges is unable to attend, tlie other two
may hold court. .
25. To prohibit hauling seines or drag nets with
in two miles of certain bars and inlets within this
State. The places provided for in the Act are
Ocracock Bar, New Inlet, north of Ocracock, and
Roanoke Narrows or Marshes.
in. concerning tne publication oi ine Acts rela
tive to a Convention, and payment thereof by tlie
Governor. -..Governor to draw on the Treasurer
for a sum sufficient to pay each printer who pub
lishes mid Acts fra dollart, and to cause 400 co
pies of said Acts for each county to be printed, and
transmitted to their Members of Assembly.
2 To repeal, in part, an "Act of 1S31, to prevent ob-
. : ... .l j- i .. ti i i i
5 Authorising Michael Brown, of Rowan, to erect a
gate or gates on bis own land.
13 Incorporating the Hurke Lounty Uold Mining
a I Concerning the appointment of Commissioners of
a public road in 1 lay wood county. .......
'i frovMlin? Kr the holduiir a superior Court in the
county of Yancey.
S lo prevent the obstructing the passage of huh up
Roaring river, in Wilkes county.
H Amending the Act of 182(1, to establish and regu
late a turnpike road in Haywood, called the Tennessee
25 Establishing the Germanton Academy, in Stokes
ii lor the better regulation of the County txNirta of
28 Anthorisinr the appointment of two Surveyors in
th eountie of MootiiBry, tUwoodr and Anhe. .
31 Incorporating the Iredell ManufacturingCompsny.
32 Granting to persons, therein named, certain land
for the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Frank
lin, Macon county.
33 Appointiiur enmrnLwioneTl to lav off a road from
Morganton, in Burke county, by lfWllle and Bar
aett's Station, to the Tennessee line.
.34 Amending the Act of 1822, tor the division of
iiietiwaasee, iNotUly, and Valley rlvsrs, ib the county
41 Giving exclusive jurisdiction to Superior Courts
for the counties of Anson and Montgomery in all rases
where the intervention of a jury shall or may be ae
ceeflary. , , . .. , .-, . .,j
43 Coneernine the County Conrts of Hsywnnd.
45 Authorising John 8udderth and Patrick Henne.
ee to erect gates on their own lands across a public
?r " 7' ' vr "
4o For ths better government of the town of Iw-
renceville, in Mcmqromerv county.
52 RMieslinir nsrt tl Act nf 133. hetir to
promote the adiuinistratioa of justice in Macoa coun -
53 For the better regulation of the militia of Bun-
ssce uoniy.-i . . .
56 Jlmeodinr an Act to incorporate a company is
the County of Mecklenburg, under tbe name of the
rranklin Uold Mining Unmpany.
on. Authorising tbe County Courts of Burks and
Yancey to appoint Commiasiunera fir laying off mads.
60. Incorparatiiw the North Carolina Go)
i GoM Mining
-61. fkipptemenUT to-A-W sesWrL to In
prove the. Mats itoadt &; aaak. of Toskasege ra
ver, ny ma wa; ot x rankiia. la Uie Ueargm uncv '
62. To, prevent tbe felling of timber in, or otherwise
ohstructing the run of, Lower Little river, in Iredell
63. Altering the times of holding the County Courts
of Buncombe and Yancey.
64. Incorporating the Lincolntua Light Infantry Com
pany. 67. Authorising A. K. T. Hunter, of Macon county,
to erect a bridge across the Higbwaase river, near the
mouth oT v alley river. .
60. AmendaUiry of an Act authoritinr the citizens
of the town of Haywond to appoint Commiwoiioers.
73. Incorpiirating the Tuckaleicna smoky JMountain
Turnpike t ominny.
ia MeckkwiMfg oiuaty..
PI. IncorpraUng the Pioneer Mdls Gold Mining
fsuiw"Ti in A ahari us wsiiitT." "
. WL Regulating the times of holding the Superior
Courts of Rnlherfiird, Lincoln, and IredelL
91. Authoring the appointment of two Surveyors ia
Aamn, Wilkes, and Richmond.
93. Directing the conveyance of tbe commons ad
joinmg the town of Franklin, to the cbainuaa of Macoa
County Court. 1 :
94. Authorising the Northampton Blues to draw ea
th Adjutant General for I Dim of arms. -r -
tNLAppouitrng erjmmkaanaen to raa and retablish
the Boundary line ketweea Blades and Cabarrus.
97. Soppk-utenUry to ths Act to incorporate ths
Cape Fear, Yadkin, and Pedes Rail-Road Compaay.
" I1M Repealist; an Act of 1832, tpOMnting lay days
oa Rocky river, joiaing Aasoa and Montgoinery coaa
105 AauWitinr the eomnletioB of the Tonne ea
river road, in Km county of Vaooa, aad to iacorpnrats
a emnpsny fur that purpose.
108 Empowering the County Court of Ysocey to
lay a tax to scourage ths oWuctioa of wolves aad
panthers in said county.
10 Incorporating Poplar Grove Academy, In Iredell
110 Establishing lbs Sulphar Spring Academy, ia
113 Granting to the Mecklenburg Gold Mining
Company aa amended charter.
113 AuUwrsHmi tbe makint I tommkaroad in Ilav.
wood, aad to incorporate a company ft that purpose
116 Attaching the militia of Yancey to 15th bri
fada. 117. Relativs to the brndf called to work the Bute
road from ths Old Fort to Aatmille,
11 Fnr the prraervatine of Ihe puMis bnildings ia
Buncombe, and the unproVcmcnl of Aabtvdla,-
123 Ref-ulating drill musters in the 88th nent
of militia, in DavhJsoa owiity; w
125 Fur the belter Wjrulation of the count, , .
wpwwiipurta: of KufafaliuwZ-ih'J-and
127 Rnpealinffan Act of 1833. Concernintkir:ii .
volunteer artillery company. ,
1JU incorporaung the Nortliampton Maaufkcturinr
, "v- . , .
132 Granting to persons therein mi.wd eeruin Watk
- X "MZ
. ... . ' -wvrami,
133 Authorising the county court af Yatw. ,
ter the dividing line between the two rwiwenUrf. j
county. .':-..;-'' " v ;.. t
-134 Amendatory of ta Act of last session, gnu: r
to persons therein named certain lands for the u
the Methodist Episcopal Church at Fraakbn, in Waco,
county.. :,,.".'. T,
138 Ta repair, alter and amend, the road lead;!,
from Holemou's Ford to the Deep Gap. "
139 Tu repair the road from the Yadkin, where Ca
fornierly hyed, to tlie Ashe county line.
2 Relating to a map of the Cherokee lands. -
3 Directinir the AdiuUnt General tocollwi iK- .t
lie anna ' .
8 In favor of Wm. Kenly, of Davidson. " '
A4 M Tsyor of Jolin lliuejpO.!IX,dii.
16 Instructing Mr. Mangum, one of our Senate.:.
Congress, to vote for expunging from the journals of 0
Senate of the United Slates the resolution TeamuW
tlie conduct of the Executive in relation to tin w
19 Relative to the outrage committed al Nauaa, s
the property of American citizens. ...'.
23 Directing new roll of the iusticesof the tic.
25 To append a bill to provide a fund for the t.
blisliment of Free Schools, to the Acts of Aasemblr '
26 Authorisinir the Public Treasurer. abouU it u
come necessary during the fiscal year, to borrow,
wmii is uie oiau;, win not exceeding SW,UUU,at kX -more
than 6 per cent interest. - r
29 In favor of the Hon. James Martin,
39 Directing the Report of the Committee ofay
nance to be appended to the Acts oT Assembly. , "
44 In favor of Asa Dolozier and Henry Reaps
45 Directing the Treasurer to commencs sails
bonds for Cherokee lands.
From the FhU. Gazette and ''W'yeaw:;
CONSTOU&NCES XJf ArYfMmiTUXCt:
One of the certain conseipjcnces'of m war tiik
France, would be the re-election of MrTJUcluia
to tlie Presidency for a third term; and. we arc t
quite sure thut the desire to bring about that mai
has not been at the bottom of the counsels of thosa
bad advisers, whose influence has dnhuppity
vailed in reference to tlie course that he Lai pur
sued in. regard to (liat. nation. r Since he kurn.
lion a lew mourns ago, oi - vuoge n ntte name u
a candidute for the Presidency ; ia opposition to Mr.
Vaa Buren, by the Jackson papers of Tenaesjea,
a portion of the office holuera bare po doubt be
come alarmed lest the tenure, of their places
might be changed from wbat they now suppus it
lo be, or te, to one tor a term of yean; ioi
they naturally desire to prevent a splitting sea
the party to which they owe their share of "lis
spoils of victory." Nothing could be so likely a
prevent such an occurrence aa the reflects e?
the inan upon whose penjonal piipularity tliey kara 9
rode into ottice, and as he baa been reported to mm
said, that w to aavs the country he might bs anis
eed to be a candidate fur. third IcrnvLil beams
necessary Ittiixfjitethe emergency which wouH af
ford pretext for requiring 'hiTmtcrplwt&'iivlU
bow was this to be brought about T The tnK v
Uou with whKh-we bairlauoiia thaieovw
dnredjntfej. cause of war,.wa,. Fjranceiid.l:
wards that nation "the feci in 'g of the Amentsi
bonpte were of the most kiiidand frietkllycharoT
Unfortunately, however, it was remembered lints
the month of May. last, when, (lie news sT the it-
jeclion of the treaty by the French Chamlrs
" :i"r-wi :- r - t n i -r-
reacneu wasmngton, tne l resident new wm
of hls 'urtgovcniable sWoiis, and Ihrealfntd
, ,wtw nwMngt, to Gmgress, receeasnd-
trig hwrtiiriea,-8uch ranh rocavnwa an H-
...... r .
ever ' ,,m d?f lw ,,ule ewt
wwIr's. even of his most walous partizans,
jceive their aijrobatioii, and he was prcvaiWsfS
nt of vengeance, however, diwla ved on t h woecatioa.
I on'btholding tlwtrpnty rejected which Mr? "Swa
had publicly boasted through ibe newspsperi m
obtained for he Atncrictut claimants won W
their own comniissionera had awarded, furoukeit
key for future operations, and we have ant a tVwk
that it has ever since been stored up. as ths
survative measure of the continued cohesio of tV
r Evtx,!W,.who has viewed the procediiasj
Waahincrtn "in iwnm mi amI' Is'st ai
conversant with the secret machinery by
our Govcrninenl is carried on, must be ciisri
that the President is a mere instrument
hands of men not resftuniiible to tbe CmmxiIvVI
wwnry sir ineir conaus ,
viiiiials, actuated by private and eel6h com"
lions alone, may be re carded aa the refit
lives of the ofiWbiildiiig interests of the coxsny
end Iheir rrbommendatitMis to the executive, ai
concentrated result of their views of exprda?
A man so eminently octi lo flatter? aa Mr.
si si, becomes sn easy prey to designing .
mm -mm x w iwwasawj
brthe bsK stairs cabistet, would be suffirn
knock ia tbetbead tW aaoat prudt.anifTj
counsels that could be urged by bis cousunJ
B II .
advisers. rt kai!
A greater calamity could not, we tmoa, aesj
the country, than the ineasure to which w w
adverted, aa it would break down tbe only
.l.. - D j A- lift. I
. Iu" rB"" e, f 1 v ..."
Vet the examole so mlnotira v set bv ""
ami a. scrupulously. sUtowsd.by rU,auwr
of refuswif to sens bevosid second term,
put aside, and especially by a popular
a -a . .1 . . atsT OOP rttr
we would souo discover insi toe powr " y '
would be irresiatiUeremi that the duratirsi!;y
would he the future term of the Execvti tH
as it was in France when Bonaparte was T
Consul (of life as a step towards the crowa.
patronage which belongs to the EfTL
IB vwsar- " " - ,
rt VI ftff nv w MtX asi'tlSW S SWVi asa assruar .
or of proAt the tendency to corruptioa uxlf.
Ihe very nature of a government whtcs; J
bodies of land, and has a larre revenue to Tl
over wide surface ef territory tbe
the Post Office department, which enables rj
tv in innmnia unoa ten intm'J
inastsrs, and perhaps twenty thousand i
i contractors, mn-aerpers, ana - -
mnnuiJ (Kit -liva .innriH tsf thst SB'S J
of those who am more devoted to their
.1 ,i r .i. .ml. ewtinns
hutalim nt vLtnia-nla. wliirh. SMSk DStCS