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. "'" 1 ' Jf . . i.. , f ,4 irUVMpVily partyiige to live like BrdtheU.M ': ' ' : '.'-N '".--C '-'X ''); ":-y'""': i'Ol.;:''.V;- ';; j JL?- '."V '.v
l-OL-XXiV, - ' " ; ' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER M, 1825. V - 'K:7 - V 'V ! " !::;" V- V":
Is pubEshed eTcry Friday, by
JOSEPH GALES & SON,
. . rrre Dollars per annum, or One Dollar
V ... - , . , .
jndalUlt tor nut a year-io oe paia in
. . j ,A'tna ifi line ntlv JnirtPcl tr.
- r -riio .n 9? ront. fm.priv.mi. I
STpublicaon ; those of greater lehgth
7 "Tfi.ii. . T.TTt tn pJ
Bust be post-paid.
l::.::a , 3
, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1823.
Spain is again-, sunk into the pit of
and the chasm will t soon!
hr lihprf ipa. Yftt wp. do not
. it' c i:k.
Deneve u.c .u t -
tinct the flame may no lonrbe ns!-
ble, but the heat is only pent up, and J
will one day break forth, and with vol
canic force scatter destruction around.
Thia time may be distant, for the Spa
niards iist understand as well as talk
of libertj, before they can effect a radi
cal change in the Government Hisfo-
-1 a . no t hot iinanfrAcctitl QttAmitc I
io change the dynasty oi a country, are
1 " ( 11 ' T . li! ' I
CTtr ioiioweu. Dy a re-acuon uniavora-1
ble to liberty: Patriotism becomes fee-
ble, and the centered must submit to
the chains which Aey have assisted to
forge for themselves, by a want of una- thurej was countersigned by the Speak
nimitv in council, or courage ilS battlt er of the Senate; V
to defend their 'rights.
. ;, . ., x.
erdivakd tne ztii again sits upon
me inronc 01 nis jauier, anu a uiuj e
.1. it : r t? :- .1 : I
impotent Sovereign never disgraced it
Whether he be seated on a roA-; or a
nine, time will shew at present it is
surely the least enviable seat in the
world. Luke?s iron crown or Damien's
bed of steel were refuge and repose to
the anxieties ahd fears of such a reijm,
knowing, as Ferdinand must, the ab
borrence and hatred of his subjects.
H e may now , say of Spain, what has
l . 1 ! If ' ' 1 , ,1
oeen saia oi an countnes, so situated,
" r .
For Freedom there so seldom wakes,
Tlie onl throb she gircs,
h vhen some heart indignant breaks
To shew that still she lives." ' !
A young man. by the name of AVm.
LacJiey, was killed on the 8th inst in
Burk e county, in this State, in a con-
flict with a negro man belonging to Col.
jolin Carson. . The r negro ; made his
escape, but active measures were taken
... . . P . . .
to apprehend him. , K j ;
The Pioneer, printed at Yorkville,
a south-Carolina, says : " Gen. Jack
son is becoming popular in this section
oi thc country. If left to a general
nekef, we believe he would be the suc
cessful candidate in some of the upper
districts of this State.
The last New-York 'Evening Post,
mvs, there were received in deposits
a tne different Banks of this City, yes-
'enlav. S33fi,oeo of . country, bank pa-
ir. Thk will snrvp to ive some idea
"f tlie Hood of depreciated paper which
MS 111 II m I i t rxri nu. .tmr tm. vaoKiocf " I
VUi w.v ,
Fhiday- Nov. 21.
. Mr. Cameron presented the follow--
IVo resolution, which was read three!
"tups, passed and' ordered to', be en
grossed - . , - - . r.
--Whereas the Honorable William Norwood,
ofu!lUC C; e Judges Qf the Superior Courts
by extreme illness from holding all' the
-urts in the circuit to which he was allotted
'Wall :-. , . , . t :
., Jc?,yA Tlat the; Public Treasurer (be
ATii be is hereby authorized and required: to
P')" to the said William Norwood the full sura
' Hild liave been entitled to receive from
,Jf public Treasury, in hke manner as if he
. ,,r'd the courts in tlie Circuit assigned to
'"ln : And for so doing," this sliall be his war
r' r . : , ' . .
n motion of Mr.Graves, a select commit
eppointed on the 5Llitia Laws, and
irTCc arms of tb state and the follow
Gentlemen were named as tlie cornmittee,
Messrs. Ciraves, Brittain, -Williams, Mc-r-e,aadWard.!
. - "; ; :;
uii UUUUV 111 GUllCi Wft3 IKTUIL"!
. a ,
The following persons are 'appointed
on the seferal select Committee, or
dered on the message of the Governor
On Internal Improvement : Messrs. Came
Iron. Tliiioy,T.forTaTir?i.r,fl1r?rliicrl'i TItV
"r os :
. - On kWrtWit? ": Messrs: natch, of Jones,
i rmier, iray, ttarreu ana netnune. 1
I n Criminal Ixew z Messrs. Martin, "Wei
ltl rL li ... i V . .
born Bryan, Graves and Shipman.
On CJtei okee Lands z Messrs. Seawell, Love,
Forney, M'Leod, Brittaiand pinjuint to
un tMHCttnon ; Messrs. aneeo, mil el lTant
lin, -Whitneld, .-Ward, Hill of .Stokes :. and
On the library Committee-. Messrs. Forncj',
Bryan and Bullock
The committee appointed' to conduct
the balloting for Enffrosin Clerk re-
portea tnat Jotin t; tiDnnnaus was
duly elected. '
Mr. Ci ray presented the petition ot
Jane U ellbom, , of Randolph county?
praying the passage of a law secunnK
to lipr such estate as she may her
ac(.uire . Ar;d Mr. Bakcr presented the
petJJtion 0f sundrv iiihabkants of the
county of Brunswick, in favor of John
Clewis ; which were
referred to the
.committee on Priviley-es aftd E
The following persons were appoint-
ed a comiuittee of Finance on the part
of this House : Messrs.. Hatch, of Jones,
Tll U It "VX."...r
,G .M art:n an(i wGnhm.,,
7 ' ' '
. certificate was received from the
-wr' t' f l.
House oi uommons, oi ant allowance
made by the County Court ot Cumber-
a k 4tT q i -Vk
House .which, on motion of .Mr. Be.
L. - jUrV ?m R8 Jft es,SPa;
ition oi wmiam wrr, XjIcul. voionei oi
. fi st re!rimeilt of the of Bun-
combe" county ; and Mr. Alexander
presented the resignation of Andrew
Hudiow, Col. Commandant of the 14
regiment of militia of -Rutherford cOun-
1 . . - .4-.
I ty, which were read and accepted.
Monday, Nov: 524.
Charles A. Hill, Estj the Senator
from Franklin Coiinty, Tfio. Burgess,
Esq. the Senator from Halifax, and
Tho. Cox, Esq. the Senator from Wash
ington (bounty took tlieir seats.
Messrs. Cameron, Gray, Wellborn,
Phtfftr. and Buro-ess: were annointed a
Conmittee on the part of tins House,
on ' the Resolution, introduced in the
House of Commons bv Mr. Stanlv on'
Saturday, relative to the public print
irier. - !
Messrs. Seawell, Yanhook, Phifer,
Scales and Sneed, were appointed a
Committee on the part of the Senate
on the Resolution introduced by Mr.
Alston, of the House ot Commons, re
lative to the Banks.
Mr. Baker presented a bill to resii-
latejthe -time of holding the Supenor
Courts ot L.aw and Equity in the fittl
Judicial Circuit which was read th
first time, passed, and made the order
of the day for to-morrow. :
Mr. kneed, aUill to consolidate and
amend the everal laws of this State,
relative to the processioning of Land
which was read the hrst tunc, and on
motion of Mr.' Hill of Stokes ordered
to be printed.
Mr. Callo'wav a bill ta annoint com
missioners to. superintend tne build hi
of two. bridges on the great, stage road
in the counties of Wilkes and Ashe-
which was read the first time and re
ferred to the committee on Internal Im-
Mr. M'Leary, presented a certiti
f an lowaiice made bne Court
ty .uouri 01 riecKienuurgio lean ueai-
" I ... v- w .
which' was read ana countersigned
bv the speaker.
"mm- iVMI ft
.Mr. Hill, of Stokes, presented tlie pe
tition of Win. Welsh and others pray
ing tor authority to erect bates, on
public road Referred to the Commit
tee on Propositions' and Grievances. , I
Mr. Torrance presented the petition
of Josenh Brers, of Iredell which was
referred to the same Committee.
. , Mr. Love presented' tlie petition of
sundry inhabitants oi Haywood Countv
purchasers of Cherokee lands, praying
relief from the embarrasments in which
1 f iL . I A T 1. ' 1
they have been involved by said pur
chases.-..."' ," - j
J HOUSE OF COMMONS. "
Friday, Nov. 21.. . r
James Iredell, Esq. the member fi-om
the town of Edenton, appeared and
took his seat ' f v ' .
S Mr." Martin, of Rockingham, intro
duced the following resolution';:
Whereas, many of the good people of this
State, believing it essential to the future pros
perity of t&eiEfeJvej!, and their posterity to
amend the Constitution thereof; "and having.
in the exercise of an unquestionable right, du-
lv selected Delegates from their several coun
ties, for the purpose of proposing amendments
to tlie same : ana tne ueieg-ates arore.saia nav
ing convened in Raleigh agreeable to appoint
ment, and in convention, did aerree on sundry
amendments thereto, for the consideration, of
t?ieir constituent : And "whereas,' this House
believe it their bounden duty at all times, when
fnncnunental principles become a question, to
afford the free citizens of tills State.au oppor
tunity of exnressiujr and ascertaining their
collective sentimeiits thereon: therefoi"e,
U icsf tv r.p, That a seXect committee bo ap
pointed, .with special instructions to report a
bill to this House, for the .purpose of causing
polls to be opened and held. hi each county
in tins State, at the usual times arid places of
holding' elections for members othe next Le
gislature, for the purpose, of ascertaining the
sense of. the People on tlie proposed Consti
tution, and to cause due returns thereof to be
marie to the next Legislature. ;
Bv.sotvETi ri7BTHKH,That j thousand
cepies of tlie existing Constitution, and tlie
Constitution as amended, be printed for the
information of the citizens of this State.
Mr. Alston withdrew the resolution
which Ke submitted yesterday, instruct
ing the Treasurer of the State, to give
a statement of the amount of capital
tock invested in the several Banks
in f his State, &c. I '
Mr. Worth, from the cemmittee of
Privileges and Elections, to whom was
referred the peiition of Jesse Cooper,
of Martin county, contesting the elec
tion of Gabriel Stuart, a member of tlie
Hdase of Commons from that county,,
reported favorably to the sitting mem
ber ; which report was concurred with.
The following Message was received
from tne Governor Dy nis iTivatey.se
crevary : '
I herewith lay before your honorable body,
a number of petitions from prisoners confined
for capital offences in the Jails of ; Wake and
Franklin counties, praying for a Court of Oyer
and Terminer for said counties. Whether the
law of 1777 1 empowering the Governor and
Council to cause said Courts to be held when
they shall think.it advisable, is "deficient, in
asmuch as it does not make any provision for
the coercive attendance of clerks, sheriffs, or
witnesses, I shall leave to your j better un
aertanaincr. !, !
These nMitinna heintr nresented to ttv : hut
a short time previous to vour sessiofi. I have
rnnirht Tuvvnoi- tn ciihm t thr-Tn in vruir ti-ia. I
. - -
I also submit to your honorable body, sun-
diy important papers, touching the interest of
titles to th Cherokee lands, ceded bv them
to the United States in 1817 and
I have the honor to be, .
Gentlemen, your ob't serv't '
. GAB. HOLMES.
On motion, so much of the above.
f.cca ou 7.1 of oa tho TiotitiTiQ ati
prisoners; was referred to the committee
M-o ivxixvwo nv v
on the Judiciary : lind.o much as re-
ates to titles of the Cherokee Lands,
tlx 'n.i:.'M.m:u 1
vva mcucu tu .mc . vumimucc
on tnai sunjeci,- anu uie message sent
o the Senate.
Messrs, Fiiher, Brodnax, and Thomas N.
Mann, form the library committee on the part
of this House.
On motion, that part of the Governor's
Message relating to thclndiaareserva
committee composed of the following
. TfK7, T...lli
Carson, Croom, and Brown ;
SiTTTPnv. Nov. 22.
Mr. Ashe nresented the Petition of
oL-n.l 7r.knrx7'ra'nfc rF tl.A' niitao I
suuiii Ji111a.u11a11t.r7 ji mv vuuuuvs ui I
Cunrland and I.laden, praying for a
1 ai ui . a ia.r mmuu "v uio laat ovo-
t o lour iioccol ot fha last a a a I
inir line between the said counties or-1
dered to lie. on the table. . . ,
Tin follnwincr rpMitrnafiona wpw rfad
anl nrrpnfPfl , imnn K.dmnnlatnn
Jiieut Colonel of the Haywood Countv L,
fil?fin A Tuli-our l.airtnlial I T.?oiif lni I
muiuu j iumiiii vuuiiiuvuj ajvu v. ,w vi. I
ot tne oa Kegiment m utirKe county ;
.Io5Pnh llanipL Alainr nf thp 1 st hattn - i
lion" of the 1st regiri
egimeht of the Edg-
combe militia ; J J. Willie, Col. Com
mandant of Cabarrus county. '
; On motion of Mr. Turner, it was re
solved, that ail resolutions the obi ect of
which is to draw money fromthe pub-
lic treasui-y, be read tlifee times in each
I ' I
110USC , . . ' ,', ". :-.! I
Mr. Alston withdrew the resolution fry,
suDmrttea Dy mm a lew uays since, re- j
lative to the Banks of this State, and
1 . i 1 1 1 " l I
Substituted the following:
Rt:soLVF.n, That a joint select committee be 1
appointed .to enquire into the state and con- j
enpon, ot the several incorporated Xlanks ui0f
tins mate ; whether their Notes are at this $5
sion, directino: the running of the divid-fifrrtrn
vu-fS.V w -Uil"CTtbe sales made by Messrs: Franklin and Me-
with specie ? and if not, to ascertain when', k9, w'f-nm anrl T-nliafM-rn: .
the said Banks Will be ready to resume specie j Col. Patton, the commissioned above meh
payments 1 and also to enquue whether the tioned,! it the same time,handed' oyer like
Notes of said CorppraUons, or any of them, wise at the Treasury theVbonds taken to se
iave aepreciaxea.iiom; uieir exxrmsic . value, .
and if they have so depreciated, to investigate
anu. lTMJori. uie means, 11 any, . 01 improvinar
and sustaining the credit of said notes. - w
Which resolution was sent to the Ser
iate for concurrence. : V-:-v-i
A message was ' received vfrom 'the
Senate proncsing to" ballot for public
V Mr. Stanly introduced the following
resolution : ; i ! :--3
That a joiht select committee be appointed
to enquire wnemer xne .ruDuc. riuiung,snu'
not be done
or otherwise ? and that s.iid comiiuttee report
by bill or otherwise. I- ?t v I V
? This resolution was agreed toy and
the following members1 were named as
a committee on the part of this House :
Messrs. Stanly, 3Iebane, Blacklede
Shepherd. and Strange.
The following Report Was received
from the Ires urery read, reterred to the,
Committee of Finance, and ordered to
To the honoMble. the General 'assembly of the
aiate or jortn'i,aroima.
By the Laws of tlie State, it is made a part
of rav: official duty to inform you, that the
Receipts at the Treasury of North-Carolina for
tlie year commencing with the first day of
November, 1822, and ending ith the last
day of October, 182o, incluchngi sundry pay-!
ments of arrearages, and the public taxes of
every other description which became due
and Were paid at die Treasury jof this State
within that period together with the Divi-
dends declared by our State IBank on the
stock or shares held in it by North-Carolina
the purchase money or proceeds ot the va-
and paid for in course, of the time above mciv
tioned and the. collection made from the
bonds givenjby the purchasers of the Pjublic
Lands near Kaleieh. wliich weref sold in 1820.
amount to 114,613 74 1-6.
1 7 ' .
to wit, 114J461 99, an aggregate amount of
$229,075 73 1-6 is formed. : v J ;
Pwim this I cum total n ieHriT,Cf'miFnt nnvp. I
Lrh imc on mnfifiTii laid nti I emDracin
I itvii Tf v v wm i
.vx.. v.v..., , , .
tv0.,w aid ,i Wai. i
monies burnt t
The voubheK for which have been handed I
over to the Corriptroller, and are, of course,
m reaainess tor the examination pt tJie Com-
mittee of Finance.
This expenditure, being deducted from tlie i
aggregate ajmount above mentioned, will be
found to leaVe a balance of S109,r23 21 5-6,
femaiiungin tbe ieasury ot uus Mat on tne
j x mT i z a i
lSl U OI OVCIUUCr 1USIHU1 SHY UIll U1W
inrst aay oi ivovemDer, ioj, ana nereai-
ter to be. .accounted; tor. It may be
Proper, however, here to . observe, that
?3,187 11 Of this balance, being the . proceeds
of vacant lands entered and paid for, are ap
propriated by law for the promotion of Agri
culture, &cl : - which beinef deducted,! will
leave S.106,536 10 5-6 only,- for tlie bwlinary
been made within the time first above nien-f,.
purposes and support of the government. , may think proper : and that the said cdmmit
lh the printed statements, furnished by the I teelhave leave io report bv bill1 Sr otherwise J-
1 r . . s.
rnmntrn pt for th iup nt thf Tnthi:rs Ot flip. I .
. i . . I
forming the reception and expenditure ibove
nreseni iarenerai AsseniDiVi' me several uenisi
mentioned, will be found, entered m their
pper Piacs anu uHueruinefenu eausj ,
. me neu amouni 01 uie uiviuciiqs ueqimru
v pres dent and
Bank, upon the shares
Carolina, f including as
December, 1822, as that of June," 1823, after
! deducting., .the interest claimed and .retained I
by that corporation, aa due, it under the pro
visions of the act of Assembly of I81I- oiiac-
count of tht unpaid-fpr shares of the stock
held therein by this Stated up to thet first
of which suU f 13,762 65, were paid oyer to
Monnay or liecemoer last,; was jao,ui o : I
fthe Fubhc iTeasurv bv the orhcers ot thatiiVir. Vveou nrespnred thprnptjtum .F
j Tv ,T - 1" -i'-- t-.-j
a orTi 1 iavi ta rt
fthefe beW. at that time, no more: rooht-v of
he erhlasirYns above mentioned in the" vaults I
Vi 31 ' I 1
ofn - ro, , (!
the PnbUr. Trpjis-irf
tirmH no n th holan
. j . r. J . - . '
JorthCarriUnfl- on the first dav
month, - vii. on the first day of, November, j ,
1823, $53,738 83, are deposited and stand at
ac TJnrlir. Trpaeiirpi". 'in thf Kta.t I
IIHMIIICJ , ill
the Bank of Newbern, ih Raleigh
il 1 iwt 1'- ir 1
89 36 are deposited in like iman
and at mv credit, as Public; Trea
surer, in the Hank ol Cape-Fear, at rayette-
ville ? The remainder is m the pubbo chest,
and is kept there to be athand and in readi-
the day. .
Irt tlie month of Dec. last, John Pattonj esq
lUll kI1Q LA-' llija OLALV , VUllllUUlll V1M1V.V. U1V
P.liroVpfJ T anrla rioi1 intn thf Piihlir Trpfi'sn-
the skim of S3a773 15, being thenett
proceeds oi the sales made oy nun ana wmcn
had comd into his hands incaA, as ; commit
. n.. . . . T 1 t
sioner aroresaia : w ucn;suniwas itnmwffn.
UnxvA nflntfrnal lrr.nrr.v.TnPt.tk ,m haabeen
i;tpW;se . &nfl smc that nerind? in the course
the Ute fiscal year, the farther sum of
83 494, collected from the purchasers at
cure the paymerrt of tlie balance of the bur?
chase money of the lands sold by him as afore
said,; amounting to28,n0 65 ; the whole of
whicli wire placed on file; none of tliem havf
ing become due or payable, until very lately.
Tlie Pjublic Treasurer has 'rendered to tne
Board of? Internal Improvements an account of
his Receipt and Expenditures from the 1st of
the sums above mentioned, toge- I"
ther withTall other , monies received by him,. :
which arej subject, to ; its Drafts .or : disposal -which
shews or leaves irt hisjiands yet to be?
'accounted for, the siim pt $ 17,361 S8j..'
lYom ti e 'statement which commences this 1
Report, it will be seen, tliat the Kxpenthturei'
or Disburlehietts at the Treasury tor the last ,
year,, including the Money burnt, exceecd v
theJBalanbe which" remained in the .l'nHlic
lYeasury n the 1st day of November, 182fc
by several! Thousand Dollars It is belie mi
however, hat in the Course of the present fis ,
cal veari the ij&tt'&ch .will;probably ;'
be dcclarekl by the State Bank on the; Stock
held in it by thi State being , well riigh dia
encumbered andreleasedfroni the redemption -of
the oldfoaner Money, will so materially add'
to the balance remaining in ftlje 'PubUjcta-: 'l-.u
sury on thfe 1st day of November inst. already r
and above! reported, as tQ render it fully, ana .
perhaps more, than coinnieasurate to tlie sup-, 4
port of Goyernment. , ( . ; '
Much and respectmiiyyr -y
'v;r '.'.. ':r?;i Gentlenien, : . .
! Your ob't. servant, -
JOHN HAYVOOD, Pub. Treas'fr ' ; .
The Exposes or Statements of the affairs vf ,
the thiee ieveral Banks of tills State, requ'red
by a Kesojution of the last Asscmblv, ! will he
laid bcibr the; Legislature ; on Monctny next. . ;
Raleigh, Nov. 22d, 1833.; .:
Monday, Nov. i24. K;' . ..-
Messrs. Seawell and Helirie obtaine'd .
leave; of absence until Thursday next t:
Mr Robert. II. Jones, a4nember from v
Warren! county, took; his seat.;" ; j
Mr. Jloane presentee! the netitiori of
John Burgin, Jaipes Mwre, aful others,
praying for the passage, of a law speci-
tying what penalty shall be incurred '
their own mode1 of worship, V which
was referred to the Judiciary committee.
.' , -i. . .' , .... X
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t li'tohoi. niucAnrnJ ilia luititwm
i"iicnaei i itymer, oi jtowan : anu m r.
mas Small of y ChowatJ'. praying to b4
restored! to credit fltcferred tijf the'
r..mi:ftiA ftf Pmnftalfl'i.n'a .1 r:.-!vnii.
CCS. . :-;'. ' 1'
Oh motion 6f Mr.'3aker. it was -
Rf.soi.veik, Tliat the committee on tlie Ju
diciary beinstructed to enquire into -the eS
iWiency bf so amending an act of the Gene-
rai ivssempiy passexiu iouo, to amenu an acx
A ' I 1 7 -. i:.a7 . 1 .
passeu at pie last sessionjoi tne Lrenei"ai As
sembly, to allow inteix'st on judgnients reed
vered in mictions brought ion jcoluract, and to
mitigate the severity oLeitcfcutions in such a
way as to secure to the widows of persons dy
ing intestate, such portion, of the property
now exempt by Jaw from execution, as thev
rJ T ' 7 . . T if . . .. 7
n " '. l i. . v
unmotionoi 3ir. camnbeii. thcom- . -
mittee on te Judiciary vere instructed r . k I ; V; , m
... -i . .. . n, - . , - 17 if;
10 enquire mio me epeuiency oi aiter-
iuS .um' vA-.,-4-,muiyftfi;. itiiu 'xnanc,
lanaiorp nis rent, , ana . ti:nt llier report
bjbllt' Of' tmerwi3e.;; ; 1 .'. '-i:t , '
Mr wmes pi esente d I the , petltl on of
JaiTatt "Weaver of "Halifax Country;
u a vtl.; .i.' 5.-
PW 5 S 1 U1?"11 OT i
killed id attempting to aiTCJ
.., , . I i " " ' " - i "
:csr ;nm j anct 7
' ? County, pray- , :
mg to oe restored tocrcurt thetonner
wasreierreu to tne committee ol Claims: '
tue letter to tne Committee of Propose ;
tions and Grievances!;! F t'.. '
. -j r ,
' Hr; Martm j, resented a Bill torVpeal
Mr. i.eonard,- a IJiU to repeal ah act
passed' 111 lplq, -entitled Van act fhv
mA.' Kn ivj.'j.-' 1 : ''. . '
lue taiti.ior.vcanx lanus.
militia Ww of this State; "relative to'
I Mr. Hunterja Billftp j repeal in part
the 4th section of; an act passed in th
rear 1 86 entitled an , act to f evise thfe '
the artillcbmpanies of? light Infant ?v-try,-Grenadiers
and Riflemeiw r t a i i
These Bills passed their ilrst ix;ad : s
Mr. ;btanly presented a bill tr
mend anjact entitled an (act regulating .
descents passed in 1808 whfch wa5' "
read arid referred to'tlie Judiciary Com-"' ; " r ''
mittee.' j il''jj.X;;;;;- p :f
Mr. Mhooni abill to incorporate the , .
'Irustees of the Bertie Union Acade- ; T
Mr. Roan; aBilI to repeal arrl act
m 4822, entitled an act ti air
ter the time of. holding two of the Courts I i
bf Pleas and tQuarter! Sessions tot the ? I'
county !6f jBarkewhicKfbUlB passed: 1.
tlieir first readings. . . , tv;-: .r
!. The resignation of Samuel tiavidsder
e.nrst reament! of the tailituu'Tufr s If
uruiiioraoumv j, were reau ana accept- j' - u: "v
e; '-:',.:J A ;;:.v;, ;--;: f . . i M;,
iBlanks of ai kinds fktfhm
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