i;.,.k j:..;:mm-i c,...ny. iiwiit'j'.r.
uniform reii!aiiii by the Suies if .N'oiih Car
olina and Virginia iti rrgrd to the. road j al
lows the Company to construct branch roads
Jte. v V-
2. To Incorporate Literary Institution and
Benevolent and Charitable Societies. Pro.
Tidaa that any number of person pot leal than
even, desirous of forming tn maidciation for
any of lha purpose Indicated, hall acknowl.
edge their article of agreement before-the
Clerk of tbe County Court, who aball transmit
Ibe eamelo tbe Secretary of Stale ; on receipt
of which tie Governor ahall issue lo aatd Soci
ety letter patent, declaring the aame and thefr
successors a corporal ion.
3. To amend an act for establishing public
landing, and placea of inipection, dtc, Pro.
vide that tbe several degree of flour aball
brreaftar be. family, aupevflnev flnsrfnd Cros
middling ; and inspector in tbia Slate to con.
form to the usages in adjacent Statea.
4. Allowing further lime lo Sheriff to mate
tbeir return in Presidential election. - AUowa
twelve instead feigU day-
5. Concerning tbe embankment of low
ground. Provide that when embankment
proposed to be made must necearily paaa
through the land ot another person, a peittioia
aball be preenld to County Court, by whom
a jury (ball be appointed to enter upon and con
demn tbe land and ae tbe damage, kc.
! 6. Authorising the probate ol all deed and
hill of iale requiring registration, before tbe
clerka of the Couniy Court at any time.
T. To provide for the appoiuttnent of a Su.
perinlendeol of Common School and for oilier
purpose. To. hex appointed by lbe..Lgisiav
tare, ; with an annnal aalary ol $1500 ; to visit
very portion of ibe Slate, collect information,
&c. -Make further provwiootn regard UMesl
ing the qualification of Teacher. Col. Calvin
II. Wiley, of Guilford, I elected Superintend
nt." " 7.
8. To repeal an act 1860-51. to prevent the
obstruction ol the pastage of fish al Inlet on
9. To amend the 9ih section of the act of
18l4, concerning Common Schools. Makes a
Ervsibo7or securing lite for achool houses
d cases of difficulty.
10. To repeal in prt 0? 35,, tjo.o( the
52d chapter of the Revised Statutes. Repeal
so much of the fiatute a require the Legisla
ture to meet on the Sd Monday of November
11 To incorporate the Bank of Yancey ville.
CipitaT faoo.oofrr" - -
12. To amend an act for tbe re-assessment
of lands.4 Amends sd far a respectVlhe town
ot Wilmington only.
13. la relation to the collection of partner
ship and other debts. In trials for debts of
firm, ne admiaslon or acknowledgment by i.
ther partner, after dissolution, or by maker ol
note after statute -of limiiaiiooa shall Jbecome a
bar, aball be received as evidence to repel slat,
at of limitation, but as againat the partner or
maker of the note doing or making the aame.
Tbe lime partial (ball not have been reaident
of Ihia State, aball not be given in evidence, in
aupport of the plea of statute of limitations.
14. To emend .lh 33d section of the 34t h
chapter of the Revised Statutea. Provide
that aceeatories to felony may be indicted in
the eoualy where incited or committed.
15. To establish the Farmers' Bank of North
Carolina. Locates it in Elizabeth City; with
a branch in Greensborougb, and a capital of
18. To amend an act to incorporate Union
Institute. In Randolph couniy, a Normal Col
lege. Makea the Governor ex officio President
ofthe Board of Trutees, who abatt make a de
tailed report to each Legislature. Loans 810,
00fl lels Trustees from the Literary- Fundr
as lTTei amend u act (nd..lheiauppleiBeal,i
thereto) eniltled an acno tmproveape rear
and lleep River above rayeiieviua. rrovwes
for the increase of the capital lo 8350,000
and, of the additional alock, the State ahall take
80,000 and individual 840,000. Money not
tote paid until all the work under contract and
contractors have given bond ; and lock and
dam nearihe mouth of Cape Fear firt to be
finished, then at Jonea'a Fall, Silver Run, Red
Rock, &e, ..,
18. To increase the capital etock of the bank
of WadesboroUgh, four thousand shares.-
19. Making tbe lond of the State issued on
account of ibe Fayelteville and Western Plank
Road Company, fransferable.
20. Concerning the Report ol ihe Supreme
Court. Provide for furnishing Judgea with
one copy each. "
21. To ascertain the whole amount of laea
paid by the people, of North Carolina. Pro
videa that Clerk aball return lo the Comptrol
er a atatemenl of all the taiaa of the couniy
for evrv purpoee.
-22.-Titend the-time for registering jrrants
mesne conveyance, powera of attorney, bille of
aale-andjleedibf gZ Eitend.hfhB tirne two
I?ara. ' t - .
23. Tbdo away with collateral warrants.
- 24. T amnd the 1st seciioaol the 641b,
chapter of the Revised Statute. Provide that
when any person shall die intestate possessed
of personal estate, leaving a widow but no child
nor Uu ft the same, one half of said estate
distribute! now nrovided bv lew : but leav
only be entitled to one third ofthe personal es
25. Incorporating the Rank nf Charlotte.
The capital not lo eiceed 8300.000.
,28. To incorporate Charleston, Blue Ridge
and Cbattanoogat Railroad Company. Pro.
dee for a capital of S OOO-OOff dollars in abarea
ot 50 dollars earh,'by Individual, for building
a road front ome point at or near Little Ten
nessee River, in. Macon county, to ibe Tenne.
see line in the county of Cherokee, in the di
rection of Challanooga ; and may be organized
when 300,000 dollar ahall be subscribed, j,
27 To encourage the inveatment of capital
for mining and manufacturing purpose. Pro
Sjde Jhat any fiifcorJnore persona dr stroua ot
forming a company for mining or manufacturing
may file their article ol agreement wub (he
Clerk ofthe County Court j and lb Governor
hall iswM leller paleal,7 ded
' panjT a rorporaifon..'....- :i. 3 ' .t . ..'i
28. To confirm the etal.Hhroent-of ike
... ....COtUHf III.'. Xain..;,v,onJ1IW,iqi-f W-iano-
:" 29. To pportiod the rfrenir
-:" ' IIoue of Commnni a rrwrng ihe s
l'.iU; ias Cau!,4, Ci.- (-;, L ni,i; t--..(,
Gales, Henderson, Ilei tiot J, II) J", LiucoSn,
Marlin, Jloore, Nash, -'Onslow, -Pasquotank,
Parson, Itichrnond.Sianly, Stoke, Union,Yan
xjrAlfixanderBfUtMaick, Ca-ldwell, Camdan,
Carteret, Columbus, Currituck, Greene, Jones,
Lenoir, McDowell, Montgomery, Perquimons,
TyrrellJ WaahingtOn, Watauga Haywood, Ma
con, Jackaon, Chowan, and Franklio.pne each,
r 30. To proved the atealing, taking f con
veying away alaves. Provide that Ibe offence
shall be punishable with death, whether tbe
slaves were in possession of the offender or
not. - . '".
31. To facilitate tbe recovery of debts due
from non-resident debtors. Provides for reach
ing personal estate of non reaident debtor by
a bill in equity. '.
32. To protect lha right of persons owoing
personal property in common. Where one of
the parlnera Is barred by the act of limitation,
another partner nut so barred may maintain
33. To regulate the form of bond issued by
Ibe Stat. '- Authorize tamtam bonds, said cot.
txww to b payable . at Ne w York or al tha Pub.J
lie Treasury in Raleigh; if preferred by the
34. To amend ihe act Incorporating the Bank
35. Eiplanatory of an act concerning insol
vent debtora. (
30. Filing the lime for the biennial meeting
of the General Assembly, (third Monday in No
vember.) 37. Supplementary to the act establishing
ibe county of Jackson. For organising said
38. To amend ibe act incorporating the Ral
eigh and Gaston Railroad company.
39. To lay off the Slate into fifty Senatori
al districts. Provides lhat the district shall be
laid off as follows: 1st. District, Pasquotank,
and Perquimons ; 2d. Camden and Currituck;
3 J. Gates and Chowan; 4ih. Tyrell and Hyde;
5ih. Northampton : 0th. Hertford; 7th. Ber.
tie; Bin. Martin and Washington; ym. uai-
10. Edgecombe; 11. Pitt 12. Beau
13. Craven ; 14. Carteret and Jonea ;
15. Greene and Lenoir; 16. New Hanover;
17: Duplin; 18. Onslow ; 18. Bladen, Bruns
wick and Columbus ; 20. Cumberland ; 21.
Sampaon ; . 22.-, Wayne . 23. Johnston ; 24.
Wake ; 25. Nash ; 26. Franklin ; 127. Warren ;
28. Granville; 29. Person ; 30. Orange; 31.
Alamance and Randolph ; 32. Chatham ; 33.
Moore and Montgomery ; 34. Richmond and
Robeson ; 35. Anson and Union ; 36. Guilford ;
87. CaswelirSj Rockrnghamt 3 Mecklen
burg ; 40. Stanly and Cabarrus ; 41. Rowan
and Davie; 42. Davidson ; 43, Stokes and
Forsyth ; 44. Ashe, Surry, Yadkin and Waiau
ga; 45. Wilkes, Iredell and Aleiander; 46.
Burke, -McDowell and Caldwell ; 47. Lincoln,
Gaston and Catawba; 48. Rutherford and
Cleaveland ; 49. Buncombe, Henderson, Van.
cy and Madison ; 50. U ay wood, Macon, Cher
okee and Jackson.
40. To amend tbe aeveral acta of the Gen
eral Asaembly in relation to tbe Deaf and Dumb
and ihe Bliud. Extends the provision of the
Act of 1848-49 !o ihe blind, and the time for
which the tax of 875 is to be levied to seven
year instead of four ; and make the annual
appropriation for ihe institution 88,000.
41. To incorporate ibe Atlantic and North
Carolina Railroad company and ibe North Car
olina and Western Railroad company. Pro
vides fur a survey of a route from Goldtboroagh
to Beaulort, and the route at or near Salisbury
to the Tennessee line, to be paid by the State,
(84.000 for the Eastern and 813.000 for the
Western end ;) and give a charier lo a com
pany in ibe East, with a capital of 8900,000,
and lo a company in the West, with a capital of
83.000.000, to construct said roads, individual
to subscribe o ne t b i rd,- -with a rig to reserved lo
the. Suit, ( khoulaay ? pledge eicept iuck a
j implied in the appropriation for the survey
and the reservation,) lo take ibe remainng two
third. 42. To provide for the election of President
and Vice, President of lha United State, and
to lay off tbe Slate into electoral districts, Ate.
Provides lhai Ibe Congressional Districts sba
...... . , .
oe me electoral districts, and two electors ai
43. To amend an act incorporating tbe N.
Carolina Railroad company. Provides the man
ner of pajirrg the State's subscription, and that
the affairs of the company shall be managed
by a board of 12 directors, 8 of whom shall be
appointed by tbe Governor and council.
44. To amend ihe 9ih aeclion of 29ib ch.
of Rev. Slat, outiiled an act concerning divorce
45. To increase (be revenue of the Slate in
the tale of it bonds. Provides for issuing cou
pon bnds." l.
46 To refund the Treasury 'certain money
and for other purposes.
47: Tp; authorize the county courts to pay the
Wardens ofthe Poor.
' " 48, "To i define i the duties and po wers ofpTauk
toad companies. - r
49. To encourage agriculture, domestic man
ufactures and the-mechanic Rfls. Providea for
the incorporation" of county agricultural socie
ties, and appropriates fifty dollars to each coun
ty, annually, when a like sum ahall be raised
by the courtly society, to be districted in pre
. 50To eilend the 4ime of perleciiug liilea lo
land heretofore entered.
51. To declare wbat persons may intermarry.
52. To amend an anacl concerning tbe
draining of low lands.
53. To amend an act to incorporate the Wil
mington nd Manchester Railroad company.
Providea for jhe appointment of a Slate director,
and an agent ot ibe olite in general meeting.
54. Amending the 55ih chapter Revised
Statutea for lb better tecurily of personal lib
erty. ' "
55 Prescribing how persons shall be prose
cuted for keeping insufficient lencet.
56 To amend the act of 184849, lo eon-
fer on county court certain power over in
prisoned lunatic onfiud in jaik vnay-be- aet44fadkiat-or. n ear Jlicfa Ferry
by ihe eounty court to some hospital, in or out
of ihe State, at ihe expense of the county.
57 To amend ihe act of 1848 49, to provide
for the establisbme'nl of a Sfkte tlo'spital for
Ibe lnane of North Carolina, and an act up.
nlementat la the.' time. Provides lor the BI.
4 CoiriinlMionersT' wb shsjll lake charge "ol and
superintend tbe couslriiciion of to building.-r
I... , t ! , til 1 ..'', - ' I ' "',
. aJ New Hanover, Brunswick, Columbus,
Bladen, Sampson, Cumberland, Robeson, Du
plin and Richmond. - ; - v ; -;4th
Wake,Frabk)in, Warren, Orange, jfashf
Granville and Johnston.
-5th , Person, Caewell, Alamance, Cbtbam,
Randolph, Guilford, Moore and Montgomery,
Aibr- Stoke, Forythr Rockingham, David-
on, Davie, Yadkin, Surry, Iredell, Aleiander,
7th Catawba, Gaston, Lincoln, Mecklen
burg, Rowan, Cabarrua, Union, Anson, Stanly
8th Wtlkear Wataugi, Caldwell, Ruther.
ford, Burke, McDowell, Henderson, Buncombe,
Yeney. Haywood, Macon, Cherokee, Jackson
-59 To repeal the 85th chapter of the. gut
uie of 1850-51. " ": v '
60. To amend an act 6r 1846-47 to make
real estate assets.
61 To amend an act of 1848 9, entitled an
act to amend an act, pasted at the aeision of
1846-7, ' wn.eiBtrtg.'lbei:i)epor,".fiC''l'!fi.L
Newbern. Pays ihe keeper 8150 annually.
62 To eitend the time of the payment of the
bonds of Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad com
pany. 63 To amend an act of 1848-9, concerning
the militia and court marlials.
64 To bring into market tbe land pledged
for ibe Western Turnpike.
65To legalize the transfer of ihe rights of
the Cape Fear Navigation Company, on the
Cape Fear river, above the mouth of cross
creek and (or other purposes.
' 66 To amend the charter of Neuse River
67 To direct the dividend on the stock ol
ihe Stale in the- Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad company to be paid into the Treasury
a part of the Literary Fund.
68 To amend an act to amend the act in
corporating the Wilmington and Raleigh Rail
road company. Provides that the Board of In
ternal Improvement shall appoint three direc.
tors, and no morn, in said company.
09 To continue the commission to revise and
digest the public Statute laws.
70 In relation to wills and testaments. At.
tested copies of will filed in ihe office of Sec
tary of Stale, aball be taken aa evidence.
PARTICULAR ACTS OF A PRIVATE
1. An act lo amend the 4th section of an act
of 1 932-3 eompe n sating jurors I or ig i nal pane I
in the county of Beaufort.
2. To appoint commissioners to cell a. por
tion ol ibe atreeia in ibe town of Shelby, and
for other purpose.
3. Altering the name of the county seat of
Stokes. Change it lo Danbury.
4. To authorise any fifteen justices of the
peace of Craven county to appoint -Superintendents
of Common Schools for said county.
5. Concerning tbe dis'ribuiion of the school
fund in the couniy of Gaston.
6. Authorising the County Court of Duplin
to sell a pari of th j public lands ot aid coun
ty. . :
" 7." To amend ihe Rev. Stat. r. 59, for estab
tftbing public landing and place of inspection,
cVe (so far a concerns Wilmington.)
8. Authorising the warden o' ibe poor ol
Lincoln to sell the land in said county on wbidh
the poor bouae is situated.
9. To pay tale juror in Columbus and
Onslow tbe same as persons of ibe original
10. To provide for paying tales jurors in
Halifai, Nash, Granville and Sampson.
11. To repeal an act for the better organi
zation of ibe County Court of Pasquotank, pas-eM350-41
; 1 2v Concern ing i be Superior Court a of Ran
dolpb, Alamance and Curriluclc. . Makes it un
lawful for Clerk to give certificate to Judge
holding Court in either county until 12 o'clock
Saturday of each court week, provided the bu-
1 sines is not finished earlier. ,
13. To perfect titles to lands entered in the
couniy of Macon previous lo 15th March, 1852.
14. To establish the dividing line between
tbe counties of Beaufort and Craven.
15. Giving exclusive jurisdiction to ihe Su
perior Courts for the county of Stanly.
16. Incorporating the Lumbertna and Cape
Fear Plank Road Company.
17. Incorporating tbe Fayelteville and Ra
leigh Plank Road Company.
' 18. Incorporating the Cbapel Hill and Dur
hamsville Plank Road Company. '
19. Incorporating the Haywood and Chattel
Hill Plank Road Company.
20. Incorporating the Gulf and Graham
Plank Road Company.
21., Incorporating the Haywood and Pittsbo.
rough Plank Road Company.
22. Incorporating the Concord and Anson
Plank Road Company.
23. To a me ud the act of. 1 850-51, to incor.
porate the Western Plank Road Company.
24. To amend the act of 1850-51, to incor
porate the Fayetteville and Cenlre Plank Road
Company. Authorises the stockholders lo
change the terminus of ihe road at Cenlre, and
lo make the same at such other place, in Stanly
as they may deem necessary.
I 25... To establish a road in Catawba cty.
26. To regulate ihe pay of wilijBsiilQIa
county of Bi
27. Concerning elections in Beaufort cty.
28. To pay tales jurors in Rockingham and
29. To attach a portion ol Wilkes to (be
county of Alexander.
.30. To authorize the county court of PerqiiU
mona lo set) a portion of jts public square. r
31. Appoint commissioners to lay off a road
from Salisbury to Virginia. '
32. Incorporating Ihe Uharie and Yadkin
Plank Road Company. Capital not to exceed
880.000. in shares of 850 each, for road from
ihe Fayelteville and Western Plank Road, to
leave said road some six or eight miles south
of Ashborough, running lo Salisbury over the
an To inrnmnrata the Charlotte. North
Carolina, and Cberaw, S. C, Plank Road Cum.
pany. :. . - Vl ' "".7"-' -
34. To amend an act of 1850-51, to regu
late tbe pay of juror anlwiinese Jo Craved.
35.- To incorporate a eompenyiotsOTirroct a
ffomewn point -onuheCaiiFeartAeemyi,
River W or near1 Fayetteviille t orne poini in
1 MioWrewnn be reafte r to be determined.
1 Cj nil al; &0;.fHM'
,,. -i.,!..,. ..... v: I.----' ;.:JJ-ltV
lumbu l'ittiik iioaJ Coiui'siiiy.
41. To change the name of the county seat
of Yadkin, from Wilson to Yadkinsville.
-42. To prevent the-felling -and- putUng- of.
tlmbenn-Hogan'-creek, in the county of
Rockingham. " -
43. To incorporate the N. Carolina Steam
Carriage & Plank Road Company. Incorporate
common road and wiih power to build a plank
road from Fayelteville to the coal mines. Cap.,
itel 82,500. with thf privilega of increasing it
44. To prevent the obstruction of the pa.
age of fish in the waters of Blount' creek and
its tributary stream.
45. To lay off a public road from Enoch
VaJirtflyi MUhu.in.-Wilkft counlyJo tba, Vir.
ginia line. , . ' ..
48. Providing for the improvement of the
public ro&d from Reddies river to tbe Tennei
see line. 7
47. To give the county court of Randolph
estate for division among joint tenant and ten
ants in common.
48. Amending the charter of the Asheville
and Greenville plank road company.
49. Incorporating the Kinslon and Snow
Hill plank road company.
50. Incorporating the Tarborough At Rocky
Mount plank road company. ,
51. Incorporating the Winston and Wilkes
borough plank road company.
52. Incorporating the Sparlansburg and Ru
therford plank road company.
53. For clearing out Cypres creek, in Du
plin. 54. Incorporating the Robeson and Rich
mond plank road company. ..
. 55. To amend the 4th ection of the act of
1850-51, amending the act incorporating the
Caldwell and Ashe Turnpike company.
56. Incorporating the Kingsbury and Locks
ville plank road company. (
57. To lay off and establish a public road
from Lincolnton to Greenville. S. C.
bS. Incorporating the Swift creek plank road
59. Concerning the county court of Edge,
60. Regulating ihe pay of witneaaes in tbe
county of Brunswick.
61. Incorporating the Upper Little River
Navigation company, in Cumberland.
62. Incorporating the Rutheifordton and
Cleveland plank road company N
63. Incorporating the New River Canal
64. To amend the 18th section of ihe31t
chapter Rev. Statutes so as lo authorise the Su
perior Court to be held two week in tbe coud
ty of New Hanover.
65. Incorporating the Greensborougb and
Deep River plank road company. T
- 60. To appoint commissioner to locate the
town of Marshall.
67. To provide for holding the couniy and
Superior courts in ibe 7:b Judicial circuit.
6S. Incorporating the Roanoke Ferry and
69. Repeating lha act of 1811, lo alter the
mode ol holding elections in Edgecombe.
70, Amending an act entitled act to incorpo
rate the Rich Mountain Turnpike company.
' 71. Concerning jury trials in Columbus eo,
72. To amend the act incorporating the
Salisbury and Taylorsville plank road com
73, To provide for paying tales jurors in the
counties ot Northampton, Wake, Stokes, For
syth, Catawba, Davidson, Orange, Greene,
Rutherford, Brunswick, Washington, Chowan
and Richmond. '
74 To amend an act concerning Rutherford.
, 35 To auieodv aaaei to amod the , act con
cerning ihe McDowell and Yancy Turnpike
76 To amend the charter of the Yadkin Na
77 Incorporating the Locksville and Hills
borough plank road company.
78 To incorporate the Colly Navigation
company in the couniy of Bladen.
79 To amend an actio incorporate tbe Roan
oke Valley Railroad company.
80 To improve the public road leading from
Iloleman's Ford.in yilkes,-by the Deep Gapi
ot tbe Blue fudge and the fitch Mountain near
Welch's Store lo the Tennessee line.
81 In relation to common schools in Madi
82 Concerning the militia of Rutherford co.
83 To incorporate the Caswell plank road
company. 1 '
. 84 To repeal an act to alter ihe time of hold
ing elections for Ihe couniy of Edgecombe.
85 To incorporate ibe" Pede plank road
"80 Incorporating the Haywood and Raleigh
plank road company. ..-
87 Supplemental to the act to alter lha line
between the counties Of Buncombe and Hen
derson. 89 To incorporate the Wilmington Fire and
Marine Insurance company.
90 To extend the power of the commission
ers of nvigakm-for lha port ol Washington.
91 To amend an act of 1850-51 to incorpo
rate the Greenvjlle and Raleigh plank road
repeal in part ihe 5ih section of an
act of 1850-51, to establish a superior court
lor ihe couniy of Watauga. ;
03 To eatablish a public road in the county
04 To incorporate tbe Washington and Tar
borough plank .road company. , :.t , -,.r
05 Concerning Rutherford county
06 To incorporate the Salisbury and Trent
River plank road company. '
97 To incorporate lbj Neuse River cfc Snow
Hill plank road company,
98-Incorporating the Tarborough and En.
field plank road company.
' 99 Incorporating ibe French Broad River
.J0Q .Tproride.Jor ...fcjeMMssmentefjhe
real et wilbin the corporate limit of the
town of Rock ford.
- ' P-UIAATE ACTS. -
1. Incorporating the Sreensborough Mutual
Ute insurance aga l rust vompany. -
2." Incorporating the Trustocs-of UuUsboro'u!rh'
f 'w-;Ttf aifielMraii 1 BtlnMrtSfmfrTva P Imirn XSmLj, ,..-'
iif'-S Dctt.'Vvk-Ilt . !-
'tun. ... -
the Nurtb CardKna Mining
U.o confirm a grant lieretofure; issued to
B. IX Summire. " ' . ,t, a
- 1 2.' Amending the act ittcorporatmg tba
on Tlank Road Company.
1 4. To amend the charter of tbe town of balia-
bury. ... ' ' , r;.
15. To Incorporate me uuuwm ""v -,t
ingCompany. 7' ,' . " - t,
16. Authbriring the Commissioners of tne
town of Smith ville to convey to the congregation
of St Philips a certain lot witbin the limits of
said town upon which a church edifice now stands.
1742BGerniBg too vonraa uu,jjiuiu,M"'e
I&Fot the better regulation of the town of
Clinton, Sampson county.
19. To amend an act of 1850-51, to incorpor
ate Lewis's Gold Mining Company.
20. Tw vlar the powers of tbeceanmisatoa
ers of the town of Newbern.
21. To emancipate James Langford, a slave.
22. To amend the act incorporating the Wash
ington Mining Company.
23. To mcorjiorate torjeson insuiuuj.
an act of 1850-51, to amend
an act for tbe incorporation ofthe town of Wash
25. To incorporate the Mutual Insurance Com
pany in the town of Fayetteville.
20. To incorporate the Bladen Steamboat Co.
27. For the better government of the town of
Lincolnton and to amend the existing corporate
limits of said town. s .
28. Incorporating "the State Agricultural So
Incorporating the town of Troy.
For the government of Elizabeth City.
Incorporating the 1'henjac gold mining
32. Amending the several acta tor uie goipro
ment of Tarborough.
33. To amend the act incorporating the town
7 34. To authorize Dr. A. M.roll and others
to erect a bridge at or near Buffalo Shoals.
35. To amend an act to emancipate Lucy, a
slave and her children. "
36. Incorporating the Manteo mining compa
ny. 37. To re vivo and continue in force an act of
1850, incorporating the North Carolina manu-
lacturingr mining and land o&mpay. -
38. Incorporating Perseverance Mining com
pany. '. 1
39. To consolidate and amend the several acts
for the government of the town of Oxford.
4. To fttnefid tbe cliarter --of DavidsoaXol-
Incorporating tbe proprietors of the Wil-
Cemetary. " ' '
the better regulation of Hie town 01
43. Amending the act incorporating the town
44. Providing foWtlio assessment of the real
estate .within the Utuiuiof the-town ef Rockford.
45. Incorporating tbe Tayettevile Ice compy.
4!. Incorjwrating tbe town, of New Salem, in
Unon tbe resitrnation of Chief Justice Ruffin.
Furnwhing the two Houses with furnil
Appropriates $1000 to each House.
. In favor of Seaton I i ales.
In favor of James P. Dodge.
Requiring the Secretary of State to procure
the names of acting Justices of the Peace.
To print the report of Professor Emmons, thir
ty copies for each member." 'ZZ
" Cbncem Pro
vides for ibe payment of the State's- first instal
ment of 100,000.
1 In favor of Charles Latham, Sheriff, of Wash
To furnish the LHr!ry of Congress with cer
tain volumes of the Acts of the General Assem
bly of this State.
Concerning the Public Treasury. Authorizing
the Treasurer to borrow not exceeding t'iQQJOQO
to meet liabilities of the State until the meeting
of the next Legislature.
7 ToXuriutth. the Governor" a residence. Appro
priates one thousand dollars.
In favor of Thomas Latham.
Calling on the General Government for an ap
propriation to deepen the channel at the mouth
of the Capo Fear river. .
In favor of abolishing tbe duty on Railroad
Directing the sale of old Railroad Iron.
In favor of George Little, raying bjm $700
for a slave killed on the Raleigh and Gaston Rail
road. ' - ,;
Authorizing the Governor to. furoist Union,
county with the standard of weighta,and meas
ures. "' " .7" ' ' -.
To furnish a set of standard weights and mea
sures to the county of Alexander.
Concerning a road through Pungo Swamp.
For issuing a grant of land to Jesse Cole.
Furnishing weights and measures for Jackson
Concerning Public arms. .
Allowing Samuel Pearee. and. others .theaise.
of the Public Library. '
Concerning the rubHc Horary.'
In favor of Bynum V. Bell. Of B.F.Moore,
and Edward Stanly. Of Kufus H. Page. OfJ.
A. PooL Of John Smith. Of Wm. Thomson
and others. Of Matthevr-W. Ransom. Of II. P.
King. Of Sam uel Maeon; Of Wm. Ii. LovelL
Of Ge67V. ScarWroiigh. Of Walsh & Ashly.
Of Jas. Fisher. Of P. F. Tescud. Of Jos. R.
Anderson of Virginia. Of Samuel II. Young &
others. Of Jos. A. Bowditch.
A Poser.T-K member, in alluding tol
me diii tor tne Deneht of married women
before the Missouri Legislature,-asked if
it would not be better for the members tp
do something for the hehefit of WigieTaP.
diet, and not trouble themselves with oth
er men's wives.
Breach of Promise Case.n Fairfield
eorHyr Gnriec4icm.,Miles HVakmift
9.'lm:ori.oralinr? llyi if
ctr in itm town of Wiliuin
b?e Legislature, to the exclusion
usuul vane,y cf n,atltr? .Pur'.rr.aije
bero.fieeatha.t has fceen done-y-;
as tbe surest way of knowing.
Rumors. The Washing..., n. .
ucui. wi me n. 1. iierald,writinr0lli.
date of25tl, Dec. aay,: It i, the irnpr I
that Senator Hunter, of Va., will talt. m, I
tate Department- and it Js conBdeltl)
asserted by those who cTaimto know .v i
xur. uuuuiu ui iuriu Lftroiina, will be of.
fered tbe Navy, and Mr. Nicholson of T.
nessicc, me r department.
The Charleston Courier V CorrSnnnJ
01 ucu -soiu gives me ioilowingMjte
cgrnjuiu uispaica irom. tiostoti; wbet.
nuvut. mat nine, mr. tiunter metGcn'
private conierence in relerence to Cabi
net arrangements :
Numerous casts of the Cabinsi Li
been handed about the city, within a dJ
. , v... iv uo me result o!
the recent conference between General
rterce ana mr. tiunter. ihe followfn
is one that was sent from Boston, by t
graph, to democratic members here tom-ii
Mr. Hunter, State , Mr, Howell Colt
Treasury j Mr. Dobbin, U. S. Xavvt M,!
jenerson uavis, wiss., war; iMrBrigh;,
Indiana, Interior ; Mr. Seymour, Oona,p'
M. General, and Mr. Nicholson, if Tenn.
The rumor gathers that some brow.
lion is to be made in Congress, td resrrvJ
in the Treasury a sum of several millioti
to meet emergencies that may arise ii
regard to our foreign affairs, during M
long recess ol Congress.
Cubrt Annexation Iffthe U. S. Senali
on Thursday, Messrs. Cass and MaMi
made strong speeches in favorof annexion
Cuba. falmrtto Banner.
we intDK toe uanner is in error as iS
regards the sentiments of these gentlemen
The reports of their speeches as publishel
show that they are utterly opposed to the
schemes of the Cuban patriots. '
The Hon JJdward Stanly, of.M
Carolina, it is said, designs removing ti
California, where be proposes to jractw
hi profession the la w.
rtrlThe reader will find on the firsf
page of this paper, an extract from a con
municatipn, which appeared first in tbd
Charlotte vVblg. in reference lo tbe aclmij
of. the Convention which lately met iif
Charlotte, fprthe purpose of electing d
Professors for Davidson College, Their
tide mf rits notice, and so does the author
The writer, whoever he is, is a "on'
idea " man and is endowed by natnrs
with ft lively imagination and accolej
sense of feeline. at the expense, as wet
fearf good sound sense and clear judg
ment. ' That he is a " one-idea" man, ii
evinced in more than one part ol his Wi
munication. ; Suffice it to say, io m
warmth of bis ieelings in behalf of Pfolj
Johnston, he has forgot another gentlftMl
equally deserving i and equally
who stood iri the same connection wH
Davidson College, of whom he makemfl
the most distant allusion. It is alsoeyideoj
that the cause of his friend is oearKNI
his heart than the welfare of the College
But this writer feigns ignorance1 aboc
a thine which every child ought to koo
viz : whether or not the Convention I
Charlotte elected two aJ(lttiona?tolt$
ors. This enquiry he addresf-enoiue"
r it,. VVkin . hnt na it WAS VefT
Aent thn writer pxnected noansWef.MM
was not disaoDointed bv receiving attj1
tentiort from the editor. The Convention
at Charlotte did not elect two additional rn
fessor, nor did ihey refuse to accept tb
r l.,.r0..a Tnknsinn and nil
AiA inv init In Iriilh too.-IM, li 1
- p.fAair -not ww;
wcro Hsiciituivu tv trtu a uivuv' - m jk
cent resicnations. They came hjr the can i
the Board to fill vacancies according toW
- . . . .. i in IBS f
ol tne insiituiion ; anu aci-orum -
t . i j .1: nrM vnmncies
coras 01 inai uoaru mn tivtit
was not lor toe uonvenuon tu ' 'C" iai
,.r.k. 11 1 iknilI,h iliis mifiht be cow
VI I Ii C UUIIU, C.VH 'UWup ----- a .u.ftflB
' i--:.i.,i 1,1. nniiw-i
,U. ...;nn.ilnn. . Kill lhat if the
11 was urvimw - zr
iiiv iFiigiiaiiuii. 1 "V . -i...------- ' ";'lflfll.
wished to retain the old Professors, U
. H. -i. . 1.--. .-. a roni eiwr
made by iheir friends lo do so, who
' . . .1 f i;n eo0l""I
and run them, liut tne v,ouc.... -
Ul OUUUl BIJa'T iiiviii nw...
s nv.-.ae iiiu rvi a n manni kis anu -
Pre.hvterian church, belonging
to l"B '
1 . I.
. t ik.1 .l .1 43 1. rlamliri&.
I - J
states 01 morin anu ""V" ;r . inL
It would seem thaXth'is was
isfy ieneibletner. otihe purpose of beJ
and in rejo.c.ng over - - j
be true, lo wit
hut thft remsai ui r -
lion to act upon tne resi;i.u...-. .
.a ! -Aiinns
i to 1
trued a an unwi
. 1 .uncm
lions should take rfiect,
L. .ainlCSS oc'
'I'hi is mors
whiebbas no foundation,
when it is known that no
bespeak of wasi ever W
d by ih 1
- . -D...fa
fowait on Mr. Johnston 10 """.; ui ,a
nation : and if ever such a cmmiw . fc l
istence, it wa .elf-appomtea anu ...
aulhoriir. . i.,.it.M
It were well. w. think, .bat socn
poorly Informed ndmiu'ded
..if lit lha ir u iiiaivrj . j m-tii
W - jr..,J