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^G JOlTRNAJti 01? THE SENATi:. Bvnum ariil Pourson attciul .i.c Senile as sufjeiiiit'Dflents of tlie balloting-for Soliciior of (jje 61I1 jiulii iai Oicuil on llic part of that »iou?f. Om motion of VJr. v|tl!pr. ordered that a messaj^e be sent to the Huu*-,' of Commoijs., j3r'ip(;si!i<ij to ballot a^aui luHiipdiati'ly (or a SiMiator in Couiii ess. Vlr. Martin, from the coruniuvee on Cidims, to whom was referied that part of the GovtM-nos's message which relates to Mihs Udney M. Biakciy, togfther with a bill concernins (he same, made a lejiort thereon, accompani-e<) '>v I'ne follovvin'/ resolution, to wit: Reftolvtd. That it is inexpedient to eotitiinie the niimial ajipropriation made for the ctluca- . tion and support of Mj3S Utlney VI. Mlakely, hikI ihul the same be ciiscoiitimied. T'.ie <v.'po!t and resolution havirigbeen read, Mr. Metres moved that they be i)ii.l Ujinn tlie table; wliitli v\as at^reed to, Vlr Cowper presented a bill tn con^pel the Clerk of the County Court of Pieas an<! Quarter Sessions of Gates to keep the whole of the records, books, papers, &c. beiongini; to his nffii e, in the oiiice in Gates court house; winch was read the first tioif and passed. Mr. Shsrard presented the petition of sundry citizens of the couiiiiesof Wayne, Edgecomb, Nash and Johnston, pravino; he erection of a new couniy out of a part of (he said counties of Wavne, Edgecotnb, Nash and Johnston. Or) motion of Mr. Sherard, orde.ett that iht said petition be iaid upon the table. Mr. Sheiard also gave notice that he should move an amendment to ihe bill, proposing to erect out of a part of (he couniii y of Burke and Buncombe a separate anti (iistincf county, so as to provide for the erection of a new county out of the aforesaid counties of W.iyne, Edoji'comb, Nash an(i Johnston, in compliance v.ith the prayer of the pe-titii>.' Krs. Mv Leonard presented a bill to makf compen?ation to the jurors of the county of Brunswick; which was read the first time and passed. Mr. Welch presented a bill to authorise James M'Kce, sheriff of Hay-wood county, to collect certain taxes therein mentioned; which vvas read >he £r«! time and assed. lieceivwl fr.'im the Mouse of Commons a Mte«sHge, stating that they agree to 'he proposition of th^ Senate to ballot again imu\e<tiately for a Senator in i'ongress, and naming Messrs. Campbell and Lf'ng as supiMintendents lof the balloting on (he part of ihat House. Whereupon Messrs. Miller and Burn>i were appointed to conduct the balloiina: on the part of the St- nate, iinr! the House of Commons was informed thereofby message. Mr. Williams, of Martin, from the conimitee appr)iRted to conduct 'he bati'iting for Solicitor of the 6th judicial circuit, reported that no person in oinination hud received a majority of votes; m which report the Senate conf urred A »ii( .ssage was received fj-om the House of C<>i>imons, pi'oposing thaf Huntlaer balloting be had iinnjodiatol} lor S(tliritrti' of th*" 6th judi ia! riiruit, and statinjg that the name, of .Jame.s Grahatn is wtlhdfawn from tlte nomination; 'Ahirh propositiui, vvas asjreed t'l. by the St';iHt(», af>(] Messrs. Williams of Martin, »nd Moore were ap-poi- tted a rommittee to superintend the b;t!lotiog an the part of the Sc'i it-', a 'd the HoiiKP «if '< ooimons '^'er' -nfo. ed thet-i'of by mes- S«g" <'i lier*'ii.' <»n a !nessagev>as r-ereiv<--'- st 'itpgthat Messrs. ;Sy- BUiii ant! f*ea"s>»n at^•> : 'heSenato as siipci mtendeuts of the balloling ©a the part of the House of i/omiiions. iiilli
^G JOlTRNAJti 01? THE SENATi:.
Bvnum ariil Pourson attciul .i.c Senile as sufjeiiiit'Dflents of tlie balloting-for
Soliciior of (jje 61I1 jiulii iai Oicuil on llic part of that »iou?f.
Om motion of VJr. v|tl!pr. ordered that a messaj^e be sent to the Huu*-,' of