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i JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 1G9
j;eir^ of Vv"itlia;n Baker, ir.ade reports favorable to tlie prayers cf tlie ncti-
tijns, reconiinrp.diiig- t'.ic jjassag-e of rt-iuhitions, directing the Secretary of
State to isjue to the lieirs of Joed Martin a military wariant for 6-iO acres
I ufland, to Juhnliaker a militar)- v.arraut for -273 acres of land, and to
\ il'C lieirs at law of William Baker a niilirary land wariant for 273 acres of
i hnd. Tiie question to concur with tiie se\ eral reports p:•3^ed vi the afiir-
\ The bill to amend an act, passed in tlie year 1741, entitled an act to
) prevent stealing- of cattle and hogs, aiid altering and defacing marks and
I brands, and inisniarking and lui-jbranding horses, cattle and hogs, uiiniark-
1 cd and unbranded, was read.the second time; and, the question "sliall the
1 <aid bill pass:'' was determined in the afrirmative.
I . Ti;e resolution received frora tlie Senate, in la\'or of the heirs at law of
Janies Greene, deceased, v/as read and concurred v.itli.
The Senate h.aving concurred in the several amendments made by this
House, in the bill to amend an act, passed in the year 1810, entitled an act
to amendan act entitled an additional act to an act entitled Ferae Coverts
} how to pass lands; the bill thereupon was read the third time and passed.
\ Thebdl to amend and extend. an act, passed in the year 1S06, entitled
I an act for the more convenient administration of jusiice within this state,
« by providing reliet lor the counties m which suits in their Superior Courts
: of Law, and Courts of Equity have, or may so accumulace that tliey can-j
not be tried at the regular terms of those coui'ts, v/as read the third tinie.
I }.Ir. Lamb moved tliat t;ie fartlier consideration of the said bill be post-
< poned inderinitely. Tlie question thereon was determined in the nega-f
tive—yeas 37, nays S3. Tlie yeas and navs called for by Mr. Lamb.
Tliose who voted in the aflii'niative, are "Messrs. Adams, Buker, Bealt, Cooper,
L. Cherrv, Carter, Cox, J. Cherrv, Haniel, Davenijort, Elliott, Edwards, FleniiiiLC,
I il.ivlihi, Hassell, IIasti:ip;3, Hellen,' Jarman, Kilpatrlck, Lee, Lamb, Maxwell, M'Dan-
\ :cl, Pugh, A. Smith, Spe'ig-ht, J. Skinner, Stephens, Sidbury, 11. Skumer, Walton,,
. 'W'ooteM, Wilkins, V/atson, Ward, ^^'ebsler, Yanc}"—yeas j7.
i Those who voted in the ne.^ative, are Messrs. Anderson, Alford, S. A. Bryan,
\ Burns, J. M. Bryan, Baird, Burg-in, Barnard,Brickell, Eaine, Barrow, Bell, Brod-r.
ax, Brower, Bovkin, Barring-er, Blair, Cole, Cotten, Clark, Conrad, Carson, Clari-
cy, Dockery, Diilany, Eure, Fisher, Frlnk, Gary, Gilchrist, J. Graham, E. E. Gra-
ham, Gordon, Graves, Harrell, Hunt, Hunter, Hoke, Hill, Horton, Henry, J.Jones,
Jlg-gltts, 11. A. Jones, Levris, Love, Lamon, Melvin, A. B. M'.Millaii, M'Lean. Melchor,
1 Morgan, Matthews, A. M'Neill, M'Laurin, R. Martin, Mebane, M'Cauley, Macay, N.
t M'Xeill, J. I. M'Mlllan, Mann, L. xMartin, Moore, Nivon, Ormond, Roberts, Ilea, W.
\ D. Smith, John Smith, G. Smith, Snccd, Sheppard, Slrang-e, Thornton, Turner, Ty-son,
Underwood, "White, Worth, 'Vebb, Williamson, V.diica.ker—nays S.l.
I Mr. Lamb moved to amend the bill by striking out the word '•' two,*'
and inserting tlie v.''ord '; one," making tlie bill, if amended, to bo in force
f for one year. The question tliereon was determined in the ne'^ativc
I yeas 40,' nays 84. The yeas and nays called for by Mr. Lamb.
Those v.-ho voted in the atfirmative, are Messrs. Adams, 'iurg-in, Baker, Beal!,
Boy!:ln, Cooper, L. Cherry, Carter, Cox, J. Cherry, D:\niel, Elliott,. Edwards, Flem-
in;^, Harbin, Hastiri.g-s, Hassell, Hellen, U. A. Jones, Jarman, Kilpatrick, Lc-e, i^mb,
Maxwell, 11. M-Daniel, Nixon, l^ig-h, A. Smith, Speisnit, J. Skinner, Stephens, Sld-
• l^uv\-, H. Skinner, Thompson, Walton, Woolen, Wilkins, V/atson, Ward, Webster—
, Those who voted in th.e ne':;;ativc, are Mcssi-.--. Anderson, Alrord, S. A. Bryan, B'^ms,
, J. M. Bryan, Baird, B.irnarcX C. Bell, lirickeli, Baine, Barrov.-, T. Bell, Brodnax,
1 Bruwer, fjarringer, iMair, Cole, Cotten, Clark, Conrad, Clancy, Carson, Par^rm, Dock-i
ery, Dular.v, D".'.',cr.r.ort,'E'-\re, Fisher. Frink, Gazv, Gilchrist. J, Gralianij E, E. Gra-
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