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186 JOVHNAL OF THE Iiai'SE OT COMMONS. Quarter Sessions ol' Gates cnuniy to keep the whole of ll)e records, book*, &c. be!orio,ing to his oflke it) the office a*^ Gates court iiouse, uas read thie second and third tunes, passed, and ordered (o be enrolled. The bill to amend the act, passed A. i). 18^4, entitled an act to auth<nl:e the ooening of a road in the counties of Caimlen and P<iSf]U(!tat)l<, and putt-ing a float bridge across Pasquotank river; also the bill to authorise Mat-thew liughes, of the count}' of Surry, to erect a dam across Fisher's river, were read the second and third times, passed, and ordered to be sent to the Senate, asking the concurrence of that Mouse. On motion of Mr. Calloway, Tlesolved, That a select committee be appointed, -nliose duty it sliall be to inquire into tlic expedieiicj' ot requesting our liepreseiitatives anil iiistcucting our Senators in Congress to use their exeriioiis to have all the vacant lands of the Ignited States, in any of the States and Tei - ritories, sold as soon as can i easonaljly be done at a lair price, to be equitably aiiportioitcd :i-mong the diiVorenl States and Territories of the Union lor the purpose of education; and tii-i' they have leave to report bv bill or olherwis". Jiesolved, That Messrs. Calloway, Sawyer, Little, Pearson and Graham form ibis coninji; tee. Tlie bill fixing the true construction of the terms." liquidated accounts,"' contained in the act of 18£0, entitled an act to extend the jurisdiction of jus-jices of tlie peace, was read the ihird time and passed, and ordered to be engrossed and sent to the Senate, asking the concurrence of that Mouse. On motion, ordered that the bill respectirig the sale of lands under justices-execution in the county of Beaufort be referred to the committee on the Ju-diciary; and that the bill concerning a troop of cavalry in Burke, Wilkes and Iredell be referred to the committee on ^]i^itary Atfairs. On motion, ordered that the bdl to amend an act, passed in the year 1773, entitled an act for the relief of insolvent debtors with respect to the im-prismanent of their persons, be made the order of the day lor to-inoirow. On motion of Mr Hill, of Wilmington, ordered that the bill authorising the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of New Hanover county to ap-point a committee of Finance, be laid on the table. Mr. Whilakf-r. of Macon, presented the foiio^ving resolution: Whei-eas, by the fourteenth section of the act of 1S19, entitled an act prescribing the mode of surveyiug and selling the lands lately acquired b} treaty Ironi the Cherokee Indians, '.lie Governor of tlie State was authorised to instruct tlie commissioners as to the money or notes of Banks, other than those of this State, which shall be received in payment of said lands; and at ihe time of the sale it was understood by the purchasers, that according to the instruc-tions given under said act, that the notes of the Banks of South Carolina, Georgia and Ten- Tiessee would be received in payment; and it appearing that said mstruciions, so given, are not to be found: Be it therejore resolved, That the Public Treasurer is authorised to receive in payment any ot the notes of the Ranks of South Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee now considered solvent, on the notes now due from the purchasers of said land. The resolution was read the first time nnd passed, and, on the motion of Mr. Wyche, referred to the committee of Finance. On motion, of Mr. Mewland, JResoIved, That the Secretary of State be authorised and required to issue a grant to John LoM'rie, of Burke county, for three hundred acres of land, entered November 9th, 1816, No. ' 6607, lying and being on both sides of the Blue llidge: beginning at a foikeri white oak, on the west side ot the Blue Ridge, and runs east 110 poles to a buck-eye; then south ten, east 80 poles to a chesnut oak; then south 66 poles to two sourwoods and chesnut oak; then west .' 240 poles with Gillaspie's line to a stake on Tegcrt's line; thence north with Tegert's line 120 poles to Tegert's corner white oak; then east witli liiddick's line to the beginning. Sur-veyed by James Dobson, August IStb, 1819. (Jo m 'tion, ordered that the said resolution be referred to the committee, of Claims.
186 JOVHNAL OF THE Iiai'SE OT COMMONS.
Quarter Sessions ol' Gates cnuniy to keep the whole of ll)e records, book*,
&c. be!orio,ing to his oflke it) the office a*^ Gates court iiouse, uas read thie
second and third tunes, passed, and ordered (o be enrolled.
The bill to amend the act, passed A. i). 18^4, entitled an act to auth|