twin of the -Wrttrlniinii
t.iJnS: H-t if not paUin advawce.TwudylUrb .
for-esch subsequent inrrn. v.. - -?i
per ct: hizhrr ilnn.iliew rat-a. A liberal deduc
, tion lo those who advertise by the-year.
Urmy KJito" taut be yoal h1.
Proceeding of our :,
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3MI pjjBlA -W ATCIttIR
( 'KEEP A CUE r4 ALL VOCR 'aiil-If-f,, Do THIS, A.XD LlBERTT IS SAFE." l
BRUNER & JAMES,
VOLUME V, NUMBER 3a.
Tuesday, Nov. 28.
A message was received from the House
SALISBURY, N. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1818.
t Mr7CuTTms"rnoved to l o i!
on;ibc uM: Ardirpm
f'mer'callvd Hr the Yeas and . , ,
j ing taken. resulted as L!lou'
! ' The qiiejtlon w-a$ lien la!er)
position of the House f C i:
i and Nay, at follow : Yeas ' :
So the proposition ;was agreed t
I The Cbair announced a t:.
1 Home of Commons, propot.it : t
election fr Solicitor ofthe 7:h J
on Sahmlay next at 12 o'cLtk.
' Mr. Ashe inquired if Yancrv
'He a answered br Mr. V.'r
AIri HflVPU 1 lit rrwl tts1 a Unnnlnlinn f 1H "CI ... . .
j iiuou ui uii lu i iiit-ssrs. mi h . vi. . i J : vj" : 1 a r- t -
of Commdr oJin .o .he proposition ; raise a joint Select Commit.ee of five from Dancy. Coleman. FlWnZIr' ! t . iL w m!... !? nJSJTvil ' "To?' J "?,b:? ... S'.'nS ' ,h" -.deU,,
: .1.. o .- r.. n,.int i unt Se ect each House, to cons der so m.W. nf ih ; H.A u... -1 ... . TrT. . - lt"u"' som ;ir. o., wny ine Dili ought to ' 01 P'wpon.m.m urged Lt tr. ,
Ol 1 LI1C i3tf IlillU IU ";.- " - - . . " ""'iiiii,iiai nan. nppn 1 nmp II. r.rU'in nirt II nMLn . n 1 t m T-.i-r-r. , 1 1 . . U rx o.. ? . - .1 "w - . . .
1 If . I T.., -.I -I tt ' , J ; w.. k i 1M ill
Committee on llic part 01 cacu nuusc iu message as reiaies 10 nero- ; j. n. i. Taylor
report Hules of order for their joint .gov- . Uec Lands. Mr.Jherard. of Wnvne. moved for an
a f r ft . . . I . . ft i a m noo a .1 a : ii C ' i 1 '
ernment; ana iniormjng mis mmy iuai , ...vac a5 reenveu irom ine oen- : aajournment. The House refused to ad
JMrssrs. Mfihanc, Dancy, and J. H. White ate, containing a communication from the journ. -4
tform the Committee on the part of that Secretary of State in relation to the Pub- Committee on election of engrossing
iHousc. . ,lc;.nr!l,.n ; . : clerk, reported that there was no election.
I 1i..IIa.m. . . I , .1 r i I (lC I ,nnir'nrieannl '
iifi.r3. i fiuiiaiJii. unisuii, iuu huu; . - i,i.OLlm,u n uuiiiiiiuiiicaiion
surer, with a proposition to print.
Mr. Bfggs, of Bertie, moved that a
were appointed the Committee on the ! " relation to the division of Stokes coun- sage be sent to the Senate
part of the Senate.' ' j )'. which, on motion of Mr. Courts, of , for engrossing clerk.
Also, a message proposing that the two j Kpckingharn, was referred, to committee A message was receivPl
to vote again
part of each House ; also transmitting the pass, is that the memorial is signed by )vcted l,y himself and Mr. C
report of Charles L. Hinton, Public Trca- over a thousand respectable citizen, and lid br M essrs. WiMAl.ia, Gi!::
the fact that the division of the County ! ""J?- '
! was made a test miMiinn in ffi Ant ' The qtieIri Kein taken i
Mr. 3un;hison presented a resolution elections, and was fairlv tinr'uh A hv n m. "Y,,h lhe P"0'!"" cf the He
for the relief of the County Court Clerk jority of the votes. The citizens of the
of Cumberland : which was read the . County complained of being burdened, and
first time, and referred to the Committee . they ought to be relieved. If the County
on Propositions and Grievances. : as it now stands, be a grievance, the bill
it was decided in the affirmant
Yeas CG; Nays 23.
Mr. HaUey movid that a n,
the HfMi.e of Cmntnns, prn;.-
an electron fr Solicitor U the
Houses vote forthwith for Engrossing' on Propositions and Grievances.
Clerk ; tvhich message was concurred in,
and the Senate voted accordingly.
Mr. Lane introduced a bill, entitled an
aet, to repeal an act, entitled an act. pro
viding for the appointment of Engrossing
Clerk : which was read the first time.
Mr. Daniel, from the committee appoin
ted to superintend the election for En
A message was received from the Sen-
ate, agreeing to go into election of en-
Mr. Gil mer moved that a message be ought to pass; and he for one, was alvvavs trict on to-morrow nt 10 r7!
sent to the House, proposing, on 3onday ready to relieve the people of a burden, tion was lost bj the Speaker"
next, at 12 o'clock, to go into an election no matter lrom what quarter the petition necntire.
. for relief might come.
Mr ii;i,o hi i " w riruuuu oi en- i nai, ai iociocic, ic
tw.r, n r . ? i V X 7 " , . ft'o.ug uiriiv. vyommuiee, Messrs. tiaw- tor United States' Senator.
ror'J' tV -f. T-anU merS Kms,and Wilier. Committee on the part Mr. Woodfin called for the Yeas and Mr. Courts moved to insert the Chris-
,v v-umiiimcr uil CiailllS.
The Chair presented a communication
from the Treasurer, transmitting his Re
port. A T r TVT anonn n C f . t . i.
wluuiic, in wrange, moveu to uis
ot tne ilouse Pigott and Proctor. j Nays on this motion, which bring taken, tian name of Forsyth, and said that he, as '
Mr. LoVC. of Ilavwood. moveil tn arl. ! rrKtiltfl a fnllnvve Vprs r Nave o.i Chairmnn if t hr f '
n 'Prin IT..ncA - P., .. .1 1U O 1 . I. . .1 . I 1! .1 t - ,
i ue opeaner voting in tuu, neguuve, ine
pensc with the reading of the Report, and Bryan.
journ. i he House refused.
The committee on election of engross
ing clerk, reported the election of Mr.
growing Clerk, reported that there was , that it be sent to the Senate, with a pro- ; The House then, on motion, adiourned
no election. ; position to print. until to morrow morning 10 o'clock.
l.Mf. ThohYas. of Davidson, moved that j iAIr i erehee, of Camden, introduced a
a message be scnto the House of Com- ' Resolution to send a message to the Sen- Wednesday, Nov. 29th.
mons, proposing to go into an election for : ate, to raise a joint Select Committee to SENATR
United States Senator on Thursday next, take into consideration that part of the i n, .
at 12 o'clock ;' which was determined in Governor's Message relating to an Agri- ,1 e Chair announced the following stan-
UllUiai. uruiUICill. nn llinirn nnria n un, .ji,iicii .
(J 7 ...V. A . W lUli I .
motion was lost.
On motion of Mr. Walker, the Senate
HOUSE OF COMMOXS.
The House met according to adjourn-
report in obedience to the wishes of the
Mr. Stanly, inquired of Mr. Courts
whether he was in favor of the bill or not
and said that, from the last remark of the
gentleman from Rockingham, there was
much doubt whether he approved of it or
- r. Courts replied, by sayinjr that he
The Senate then adjourncJ.
HOUSE OF COMMON
The House met this mornii "Z
After the Journal was lea !, J
nounred lhe following Comr:ii::
(hi Library. Messrs. IVoc., r.
On rinanrr. Messrs. Me!ar .
J. Person, Hicks, Thornton, 1 N
The Chair presented a con.n,
the County of Penjmmoiu, i:i r
contested election. "' Kcferred to t
the necativc. bv Yeas and Nays as fol
lows : Yeas 2.'J ; Nays 21. r
nolhcr unsuccessful votefor Engross-
survey of the State.
Mr. Farmer, from the committee on
election of Clerk, reported that there was
Mr. Steele, of Richmond, moved to send
ry of Stato-iis follows : For William HifJ a message, proposing to proceed toanoth-
Lll . fr in Wntwin 9 : cr fiftuuil.
ing Clerk then took place,
i The hour of 12 o'clock I
lhe Senate proceeded to vote for secreta-
the Resolution offei red by him on yesier
On ProTiosilions and Grievanrpx-W ' Ua' n. relation to tlie erection ol a Jion-
Walker. Albri-ht. Worth. Exum. Rbom.i ument injhc; Capitoljare.
Reich, Daniel. refused to reconsider.
Oi'fitfjwLMpN Pnnnnr Po,vii ! Mr. 3cDowell, of Bladen, introduced
- - .'A'.. w. W I I 14 V 1 , lbUM(lll)
1 "T .
- - -
After another unsuccessful vote for En
Mr. HalseV, from the committee ap.
ptjinted to superintend the Election of Se
cretary of State, reported that William
Ulill having received a majority of the
A message was received from the Sen
ate, proposing to go into the election of
Secretary of State at 12 o'clock to day.
A message was received from the Sen
ate, agreeing to go into an election of En-
On the, Jmlirin Mr Wnnrlfin to tlie Committee on Judiciary.
Ashe, Washington. Graham. Smith. Ro. ! Mv Barringer, of Cabarrus, j moved for
or nilmr.r a reconsiderat i on of the Resolution offer-
The Journal bavins been read. Mr
Mosely, of Warren, moved to reconsider ! VTas a neighbor to the citizens of Stokes, on Elections.
anu tuereiore uiu not desire to take part ; The Chair announced the f .
in the contest about the division of the ' men as ronstitutinj tho Corn;:!:
The House I ountN uut hoped merely to give a silent monal of Miss Uix, in relaiion i
vote in favor of the bill. him, viz: Messrs. Ellis, Siatilv.
On motion of Mr. Keene, of Rocking- ''i" Wadsworib.Volinson an 1 J.
ham, the memorial was read, and the bill A meesage was rccrivcJ fn
passed its 2d reading. ! cnc"ng in the propositiun fr,
Afr VV;ii;umnn ,.rrt.,K.,o ; raise a Joint Select Committee t
IIIUtlllJUII Vl VUlUlilUUOf jll C Ol. Ilk
;ht, Thomas, of Davidson, Spicer! I bUl l? ,0Ca!.e lhe ll,dsfS of !he SuPerior
ey Move. I Courts hereafter to be elected. Relerred
en a uiu in relation to entries on vacant
lands. Referred to the committee on the
much of the UoTernor'a messa;:
an Agricultural, Gculogical ut. I
Q , . .. ..Tit. Ci.i
- . i , .'un i ui lucciaid
i . . , ed on vesterdav. hv the trentlemfin from JUGictary. j
un internal improvement. iAlessrs. V at- i r -.u e . . i lr Ui9cr nf 1Wtir nrpniPi! hill in - . , r ; -
t.rcnf, Ti,me r it , m, ! Gates, with a view of instructing the!. ur' 15,ggs- rtie, presented a bill to ,lon to prinl Ticasurer's K ;
tcrson. J iiomas. ot avunnr . I linmnsnn i ... . ; . i. i.. . . , '
r n 4- ivf t iiT ii r. 1 Committee to report a bill in avor ol the
iv, iuyii vuiiuii) luiii&i , utl I j i XJfX
,vholo mimher of Votes, was duly elected. j grossing Clerk. Committee on the part
ot me nouse to superintend election,
Messrs. Car michael and jKeene.
The Chair presented a message from
the Governor, in relation to the resigna
tion of Justices of the peace, which, on
motion, was sent to the Senate.
; n ,i .. i t . i .
1"" ""r 3 iiiiiuuuccu a rtesoiutton in
A message was received from the House
)f Commons, transmitting certain docu
ments from other States, which accompa-
. i i . ' r .
nieu tue viovernors aiessage, wun a pro
position to refer them to a loint Select
Committee : which was agreed to : and
r r O '
the following announced as the commit
tee on the part of the Senate, viz Messrs.
lAshc, Ltllington. Conner, Davidson, and
Another ballotting was then had for
F.njrrossing Clerk, the name of Mr. Tho-
vidson 1 j wuiciiiuu i hi;
r. 'j- j j.j y ' . i motion did not prevail. t
Mn Ed'lcatwn. toLfraniFd.-- m Campbciy of Ired(u inlroaUced a
Messrs Shepard, Bethel, Joyner, Collins. bil, tQ incol?po:at0 the Trustees of Snow
Lillington, t aison, Wooten. n i ai i a i r r i . .u
' r -, V Tn- v. Creek Male Academy. Referred to the
Joint Committee on Finance on the pait r .. r i
r ., c, , T , c, 1 Committee on Education.
of the senate. Messrs. Drake, Smaw, i m r i i i i
it - l t u . n-i x7 N Mr. Dancy, ot Edgecomb, introduced a
......o, , , V,.MiitX, T,UUlC, , Resf)lution tQ raisJ a oint gelect COmmit.
v arson. i . . . . , . . . , .
iee to iaKe into consiucrauon me services
of those sons of North Carolina who dis
tinguished themselves in the recent war
Tf- n...,c. r n 1 i.,,i
q amend the 1st section f the 109th chap- : was read and an explanation; having been Ueso!utio reouiring the Treasurer and
eroi nexiscu otatutest which, on mo. ; imuB OJ xur. i uiieon, oi fV0 : Comptroller to furnish certain
On the'JAbrarii three of each House.
favor of Abram Henshaw. Referred to Messrs. Smith, Grabamand Ward,
committee on claims. i Mr. Patterson, from the joint select corn-
Mr. Wooten, of Lenoir, presented a bill j mittee on joint rules, made a Report, which j
-i . i i .1 linn r 11 i VtAit.inH r i nnnnnco rr 1 Y r r rx m iHaa iin.ctiM
rnus Having necn wituurawn irom tne 1 l,uu 11 m1' -;", otiraven, was re- : iui"'u "j un uniii., ur-anun,
nomination ; when Mr. Bryan was dulv I lerrpd to committee on Judiciary. was taken upon the adoption of the joint
. . - ' , r r .
tlected. ! . -
A messaefe waa'Teeeived from His Ex-
cejiency, tne uovcrnor, transmitting the
roio of the several counties of the State
in the reevnt Presidential Election, &c.,
which, on motion of Mr. Halsey, was or
dered to he laid upon the table.
The Senate then 'adjourned.
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
.The House ''met this morning, pursuant
to adjournment. : - 1
,The'Journal of the preceding day hav-
o been read,
Mr. Williams, of New Hanover, moved
that a message be sent to the Senate, to
go into the election of Engrossing Clerk,
and informing that body that the name of
Mr. Ingram was withdrawn. ' j
The Chair announced, as the commit-
ee on the part of the House, to propose
Utiles for the government of the two llpus
Mebane, Dancy and J. II. White.--The
committee on part o( the benate consists
of Messrs. Pcitterson, Watson & Wooten.
Mr. lliggs,oTBertie, presented a me-.
lorial from' sundry" citizens of Bertie,
which, on tpotion; was referred to the
committee on Propositions and Grievan
ces. The same gentleman presented an
other memorial in relation to the repeal
(of the law of incorporation of the Tpwn
LrVi. .1 ...i - t. c .. ,i .
i u inusor. wuicu wus rcici icu luiuusamc
Mr. Hayesof Cherokee, introduced a
Resolution infavofof theSherilT of Cher-
in relation to Cherokee lands.
Yi r i ti -4 li,in nfMf if rrtilnnoil
M- Ol. .rn .... I. . , " , 1 nnlLi .... 1 .Ui iui. unimuu, ui u. .iuiuii, iiiuuuuiru n
iu.. uuu.j, oi uerue,; introduced a lie- r1"' .'uucu' ucicninucu . me . bm t0 prevent execution on lands in cer
solution to refer that portion of the Gov- e' f . tain cases; which, on motionofMr. Hayes,
ernors message in relation to Common ?It- Walker, from the committee ap- ; was referred Q hc commiUee on the'Ju.
Schools, to the committee on Rdncai inn pointed to report Rules for i the govern-
Mh Steele, of Richmondntroduced a ment of the Senate, made a report, which r
Resolution to refer so much of the Cover- was read ; and being explained by Mr.
nor's message as relates! to appointing a ! Walker, the question upon the adoption
" thanksgiving day." to adjoint select com- ! lhe Iules as reported, wa$ deecided in
mitt?e. j ; the affirmative.
The committee on election reported that I Mr. Patterson then moved that a mcs
there was no election of engrossing clerk. saoe De sert-to the House of commons, with
A message was received frorji The Se- ! a proposition to print the jointrulcs and the
nate, naming a committee on the part of ru'es of ach House, together with the
that body, to superintend the election of constitution, &c. for the use of the mem
Secretary of State Messrs. Halsey and i Ders wbich was agreed to.
Drake. As a committee on the part of' Mr. Kendal presented a resolution, in
the House, the Chair appointed Messrs. i.structing the cpmmitee on the Judiciary
T. J. Person and Headen. t( inquire into the expediency of providing
The House then proceeded to vote, W. ' tnat witnesses who are summoned to give
Hill being the only person in nomination. ! testimony before a clerk taking an ac-
A message was received from the Sen- ; count in cases against Guardians and otb
ate, concurring in the proposition from the ' ers anJ before a Clerk and Master of E-
House, to print the Documents from other q"y. e allowed me same payment anu
iiiiieiige its uiuiusbi's in suns in vvouri,
and that the same be termed a part of the
incorporate tne ucrue guards. j Another, to refer so mncU'cf
A report from the joint select committee message as relates to thati!
on Rules was submitted and concurred in. 1 Joint Select Committee.
A message was received from the Sen- Another, to refer that part f
ate proposing to print the Joint Rules of message lelating tolhe erecti. :i .
Order, tjle Constitution of the State, and in Capitol Sq iare to a Joint .S '
the Constitution of the United States, in offir
pamphlet form one for each member. ,r- Caldwell, of Cuilford. 1
Concurred in i to 'ncorPorH,e the Summerl:-! '
Mr. White', of Lincoln, presented a bill Mr S,("e,c introduced a re...,:
to grant the Superior Courts ot the Coun- me.s!'Tt 'I pr' :
. , . 1 ..... Joint Select Committee to ceil .
an jury cases in said bounties.
On motion of Mr. Hicks, of Cherokee,
the. House adjourned until to-morrow, 10
Tiiirsday, Nov. 30.
Mr. Dickson, of Dupjin, ii
: . iir-...! ...
A message was received from the House of
various Joiut Select
Mr. Hicks presented a bill for the relief
of witnesses in law suits, removed from
one County to another. Referred to the
committee on the Judiciary.
Mr. Williams, of Mecklenburg, present
ed a bill to condemn aj part of Hayne
street, in the town of Monroe, for the pur
pose of building a jail. Referred to the
committee on Propositions and Grievances
Also, proposing a Joint Select Committee of
three on the part of I he House, and two on the
part of the Senate, whose duly it shall he to iu.
quire into the most projxr manner of eipress
ing the sense of this General Assembly of the
services of those native North Carolinians en
"sied in the war with Mexico.
The following were announced as the Senate
branches of the respective Joint Select Com
mittees named :
Mr. Shuford introduced a LI!1
fnm Newton to M.rganton ; !
of Mr. T. llCalJvvcll, was ref.r ;
mitlee on Internal ImproveniT
Mr. Carmichael intrtxluct J r.
certain sections of the UevUeJ
Mr. Williams, ol Mecklenh
petition from sundry citizens t f
Also a hill requiringlhe County (
lenbur to pay certain fundi t
Court f Union. Both rrferit i '
tee on Projoitions and die kit.
Mr. Uavner tnorcd to sen j a
Senate, proposing to go into l!. :
tomev Oeneral of the State i . !
o'clock ; which, after a h' rt
On a Geological and Mineralogical Survey
Af c ... .1 :. r I):.. 1 - ! . . o o , i,u t. 1rVi:.,i
llir. OilllCI III Willie, Ol I III, IIJOlll IU IC. -3inr, uutpiu, i - .
On a day of Thanksgiving Messrs. Oilmer, ' l"lf,' ' , . . , '
Bower and Eborn. I nd hef Jt'c,lJeJ ,n lle :
On monumenis to Brigadier Generals Nash i 10 ''
and Davidion Messrs. Conner and Washing
ion. Mr. Conner presented the petition of the
Warden of the Poor of the County of Lincoln,
which was referred to the Committee on the
consider the Resolution introduced on yes.
terday, by Mr. Hayes, in favor of the Sher
iff of Cherokee in order that an amend
ment to the resolution might be proposed.
Mr. Hayes then olfered the following
amendment: "to take etfect from and
A LtllMllifll A M t I ft m A M IMfl l 1 AtI0 I i -
V? ug sl"r"::r.' A,Acr.,a ' Stated and refer the same to a ioint select
Committee of five from each House, and
naming as the committee on the part of
the Senate, Messrs. Ashe, Lillington, Con
ner, Davidson and- Rogers. The commit
tee on the part of the House consists of
Messrs. Satterthwaite. Headen, Coleman,
R. J. McDowell and Sanders.
. The Chair announced the following
committee on Judiciary, viz: Messrs.
Paine, Barringer, Courts, Ellis, J. M.
Leach, Dobbin, Cad. Jones, Jr., Stevenson.
alter its passage. Aiiopteu. Judiciary.
Mr. Ellis, of Rowan, presented a bill to yu Rowland introtluced a hill to clear out
incorporate the town of Salisbury. Re- Iumber Hirer, iu the counties of Robeson and
ferred to the committee on Private Bills. Richmond. Appropriates the sum of 0,000,
Mr. Courts, ot Rockingham, presented a and appoints Commissioner to direct the appli
Mr. T. U. Caldwell muted t.
to the Senate, proposing to
on Saturday at 11 o'ebfk, f r
Tih Judicial District, and tta!..
S. Caither was in nomination.
atTirmativc oDto 50.
Mr. Satterihwaite intro!rr !
ter to secure the admiui'raii i
ferred to the Committee on tl"
Mr. Cherry, from the C rr,
costs. And that the same committee en-
1 1I I . J U !( Ul liuvaili.uuiiit mi cviium 11 tit III tll'l'oillis v - lliuii.aivuvia w vnvv -ikii- z i - - f .
quire into the expediency of ascertaining f ,m o onmm: nn p-nnn.ition raiim androntrol thedi.bur.emeut ofthe sau.e.l repo.ted back to the II-
by law the compensation to be allowed n-vnnnn9 rp,nmm,n,lin h, nas. Referred to the Committee on Internal Improve, corporate Snow .Crrrk.Ma.e A.
P . ' . . commended its pasae. it.e
1 . 1 r p 1 . . . . iiUU J I Iv ft II . 3, 1 v dunlin imi 1
ien. miiurticr.ioriaKiiiguepoauioiif . ... . rphlfion to ,hP division
and that they report by bill or otherwise. ofeStokos County-one part to be called
A message was received from the House k ft d tholhcr ForsytU CoUnty.
of Commons proposing that so much of ; objcctcd lo thc name pro.
the Govrnors message as relers to a dav , r ;- f. nnnnti n
. . - K noseu 101 un ui in k v.n-.
thought there were many sons of North
of thanksgiving, be referred to a Commit
tee of five on the part of the House, and
T. R. Caldwell, Cherry and Satterthwaite. j lhree on the Part of the nate ; and that
so mucn oi saiu message as reiers to rig.
Gen. Nash, and Gen. Wm. Davidson, be
referred to a committee of three on the
Mr. Person,. from the committee to su
nrri ntfrw1 lb fdpr.finn n f Sprptfirr rt
c.ee xounty, which, on motion of the State reporled that William' Hill was du
same, passed its second reading, and then, j elected.
M . . I f ! I. C Ann Wr-r-c-wa'
i rnmion oi ir. iiick, 01 ma.u.., raa.u M Hicks moved to scmi ft message to
ltS third tfadinij. nntr nmnnsinrr tr vntA flrrnln Pt.
1110 v- iiktvvy m - '-vimq v w .w- 3 . a a v 1
Mr. Shulord, of Lincoln, introduced a
bill nndrriemorials in relation to the an
nexation of a part of Burke county to
Mr. Ballard, of Gates, introduced a Re
solution to refer that part of the Covern-
-f' inacenrra in rplntinn tn T I f n c in fNnn.
r, Mcintosh, of Iredell, presented a f Court tQ lhe comfnlitee on the Judi
tition in' favor of Ann Patterson, of
Mr. Mosely, of Warren, introduced a
Resolution to raise a, joint select commit-
Carolina, whom we had never honored,
whose names might appropriately be giv
en to Counties, and was opposed to going
out of the State to find names. Why, he
asked, should we go to Georgia after a
nom tr tVlvf tnn t"!niintv of North Caro-
ich propositions were a- j.na
At this poiut of Mr. S's remarks, Mr.
Courts arose and said that the name pro
Alexander, county. -
Mr: H. J. McDowell presented a peti
tion in favor of Mr. Stanmire referred
to committce''on claims.
A mcssAge was received from the Sen
part of the House, and two on the part of
Mr. Shepard offered the following Res
Resolved, That me Governor be reques
ted to communicate to the Legislature the
particulars of the arrangement alluded to
in his message by which "a "company
Mr. Halsey introduced a bill for the relief of
Eiecutors and Administrators, which pas.ed its
first reading and was referred lo the Committee
on the Judiciary.
Mr. Gilmer introduced a bill to incorporate
Dutch River Copper Mining and Smelling Com
pany, which parsed its first reading.
Mr. Rowland introduced a bill to establish
Lumbcrton Academy in the County of Robeson,
and to incorporate the Trustees thereof, which
passed its first reading and was referred to the
CommiMee on Education.
The Chair announced a message Irom the
House of Commons, enclosing certain Pension
Certificates, which were ordered to be counter-
commended its paia;
Mr. Miller, of Caldwell, pre-:
liou cf a Justice of the IV .v
Mr. Stanly ofTjred a reso! t!
wiy, the Indian Preacher, the 1
mons Hall to lecture on tic rn
American Indians. I Adopted.
A message was received fn :
iu relation to the Literary fur. 1 ;
lion ol Mr. Ilrogden, was sei.t
with a prooition to print.
Mr. Stanly introduced a bill t
lo regulate the inspection of "IN;
ferred to a Select CommiMee :'
Courts arose and said mai me name pro- ri ., jolroducet, ,,-m
posed, vvas that of a son of North Caroli- 'gncd by the Speaker. , the Foresters an Independent r
Sa-ofone who gallantly fought in the A bill to repeal an act, .?. Zt y 7 I. CoVrtj
last war with Great Britain, and fell upon v.de for the appom men Ingres ,ng Clerk, J. .J .
our Northern frontier.
Mr. Stanly then moved an amendment,
by inserting this in the preamble.
Mr. Steele, ot menmonu, was lnoispo.-
might be organized to embrace the en
tire line from Gaston to Charlotte, and the
tn tt.rp fmrr thn TT. ,a fr., Koad now owned by the Mate transicrreu , t n .u hlii nntii had heard
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the Senate, to consider that portion ofthe 0 tnem at a lair vamaiion. in paymeiu oi
Governor's message in relaiion o the erec- "P110" f?btockN . , . .
te. nronosinc to so into the election of tion of a Monument in Capitol Sauare. in Mr. Shepard orietiy exp aineu u ou-
En.rossln? Clerk. . Another message was commemoration of the distinguish! se.r. i jecLof his resolution, which was then a-
deceived, stating the names of Messrs. vices of Brigadier Generals Nash and 4Pte
cwis, Simmons, Wlntakcr itnd Ingram Davidson. J
were withdrawn. Tho following persons A messase was received from the Sen- the House of Commons, transmuting a rmctly
ttere then left in nomination. Messrs. ate. nri-ppinc to na into the election of memorial of Miss Dix, upon the subject, fr Satterthwaite. of Pitt, as one of the
ryan, Moore. Thomas and Iredell. ensrossins clerk, namihjr as its commit- of a Lunatic Asylum ; with a proposition Committee to whom the bill had been re-
Messrs. Frmnr ,l T on,, f T,hn. tee to superintend that election. Messrs. to print, and that said memorial be refer- ferred. went at some length into the rea-
ii va arv itvui vi I - t g- 5 . m -
was taken ud and read the second time.
It was debated briefly by Messrs. Joyner and
Kendall; after which it was rejected.
A bill to authorize the County Court of Hal
ifaz to sell and convey tho lot in the town of
Halifax upon which the old Courthouse is sit-
an explanation of tbc reasons for division. - ua(e(j was taken up and read the second time,
He hoped that some Iriend ot the bill, and afIer an explanation by Mr. Joyner, passed,
would set forth before the House their ob- jr. Gilmer moved that a message be sent to
ject for de-iring its passage. . the Ho c of Commons, proposing ihat the two
Ivf- PMi;e r.f Rnwnn. nrpspntpd re-rtain Houses, on Tuesday next, at 12 o'clock, pro-
The speaker announced a message from reasons which the Reporter did not dis- cerd to the election of a U. s. Senator. Mr.
e House of Commons, transmitting a linctiY hear. Asbe mo.ve.d lo a,.ne"d -v P0,yon,.aS T f'f.0;
t on until the ;3Utn ot uecemoer, hi m.ovr .M
I son, were appointed a committee to super- Reicland Davidson committee on the red to a Joint Select Committee. J he sons that influenced his support of the t)ill.
- I Intend the election. part of the House Messrs. Blow and reading of the memorial was dispensed He said he knew there w as a jealousy on
memtier, who may be elected in Yancey, lime
to take his seat.
On this motion, a short, but animated and in
teresting debate arose, which we have not time
to wiite out for this paper.
tho Trustees of Torestville IV:
Keferred to the Commiitee en I
fr .ittrthwait introduce!
send a messase lo the Senate t
election, on Monday at 1"2 oVL.
ofthe United States.
Mr. Ellis mvcd an ara"ti i n
-il ,l inArtiiirr Ka 'Mtli fif I)
after a somewhat protracted :. !
cussion between ilessrs. Stu :
Stanly, Jonet, of Orange, Doll;:
fame, Kayner ana omers, vt-
affirmative, by 09 to 57,
Mr. Stanly moved lo lay lb
table, which, after a spirits! d !
ed in the affirmative by . to
The Chaif announced the 1
miiiees : .
On. Arricullural. utoiozuu
The question being taken upon Mr. Ashe's i
amendment, by Yas and Nays, resulted as tol- ' ' ' ' f "J'' ,
8 Yea? 24 ; Nays 28. The amendment V
... L Oa Monument Messrs.:!
' MnMnllen. The Housn thn nroceeded with, and the proposition io print agreed thi nart of the East, in regard to the di vis
ve" ir.civcu irom tne oCIl . " " r i ' - '. N i o " t Kr V;t a
Mp.corietirr nc ntu to vote. to. ion of the laree Counties ot the est, a
Rve conies of the Governor' Mc ' Mr.'Havman. of Beaufort 'introduced a 1 The following Committee on tbe part : risinafrom the fear that the representa- ,OW8
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WChmember. i Resolution, to refer so much of the Gov- of the Senate, was suosequenuy annouu- ll0n oi mat pan oi iu- was rerc.t-u. . p. -
MrEllis, of Rowan, presented ernor's messace as relates to Public Lands ced : Messrs. Washington, liavvKins, rat- greatly increased were?-. uut . iu The mresfon was then taken on 3.r.u r j Qn of Mf gtfe!C( tl.
sa 'committec on internal Iraprove-; TvS "aywood' w ; ssr zz pf - -a
iruc lusane, wnicn on motion of ; menis. w . m, r--t. r Sstntces havinc ...ri iu mmmn n-in it. .
ue-amc, was sent to tho Senate with a On motion of Mr. McDowell, of redell, , The speaker also annonncea a message , Xrnn.r. would, in all r:. a me.sa.e from the ! InMMyand Christian
uv-u i--fo- ..-,. 7 - J Sr. nil . . j r. .V- ! Tr..Mti and Christianity
iropeshioa to print 13 copies for lhe u.e . el po-d by him', was re- from .be House of Commons transmitting , "Z'm Hcu Tpo. u Si . V , U .w.d. W r-i;,
each member, and to refer it to a.ioint ferred to th ,LmiitCe on the Judiciary, the resighaUon of Justices of tbe Peace ; probability, by tbe propraeu a House ol i i.on nop , p no . , u fc .f ,
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Sol.-; 7.: w V w V"u l? le commiuee on toejuuiua.,. - - -- - . ,WnJthat part to bi
i,,vvl vwinnmice pi seven irom each I The Chair tbpn announced the io How- also prpposingw reier-omuuu ut . v ... , .
I in? committee on Private bills, viz;- ernor'd Message as relates to a Geologt- ty oi toKes one, anu r