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7 in the funds of said board, to issue his warrant or warrants in their favour for the necessary sum or 8 sums, which shall be placed to the credit of the Fund for internal improvement in the treasury, to

9 be applied by the said board on the warrants of the second auditor towards the payment of such

10 interest.

4. This act shall be in force from the passing thereof.

INDEX.

А

Aid from school quotas to incorporated Printed, Doc. No. 1, p. 1 to 5.
academies, Doc. No. 4, p. 23.

Part of his annual report relating to delin-
ABRAHAMS, (PHILIP.)
Their reports, Ibid. p. 44 to 46.

quent generals referred,

69
Petition to be refunded money paid by him

ACCOMACK COUNTY.

Printed, Doc. No. 1, p. 1, 2.
as bail,

22 Petition relative to protection of oysters, 70 Governor recommends allowing him a tem-
Reported and acted on,

44 Bill therefor, (No. 166,)

110, 180
porary assistant,

35
ABSCONDING DEBTORS.
Remonstrance against any act allowing

Resolution therefor,

43
To report a bill to amend laws relative to dredging for oysters,

152 Agreed to by senate,

46
them,
128 See Oysters.

Resolution to allow him additional compen-
ABSENCE.
Island of Tangier to be laid off as school sation,

123
Members not to be absent without leave, district,

140 Bill therefor, (No. 335,)

172
(rule 1,)
3 Amended and agreed to by senate, 145 Engrossed,

237
Not to vote unless present, (rule 7,) 3 Amendments agreed to by house,

145 Laid on table,

241
Leave of absence granted to Mr. Hill of See Separate Elections.

ADKINS, (JAMES L. R.)
Fayette and Nicholas,

177
ACCOUNTS.

Petition to be paid for tuition of poor chil.
Granted to Mr. Gresham,
189 Settlements of executors, guardians, and dren,

141
Granted to Messrs. Scott and Smith, 209 fiduciary accounts in chancery courts Reported on,

177
Granted to Mr. Harper,
236 to be recorded,
105 Acted on,

226
Asked and refused to Mr. Burwell, 238 Bill therefor, (No. 225,) 126, 195, 210, 216 ADMINISTRATION OF ASSETS.
Granted to Mr. Brown of Albemarle, 242

ACCOUTREMENTS.

To amend act concerning administration of
Granted to Mr. Hargrave,
245 See Arms.

real assets,

29
ABSENT DEBTORS.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF DEEDS. Bill to amend act concerning administration
See Debtors.

To allow one justice to take them,
52 of real assets, (No. 17,)

37
ABSENTEES.
Reported and acted on,
57 Second reading,

44
Motion to allow them to vote on passage of

ACTS OF ASSEMBLY.
Engrossed,

50, 170
Staunton and James river turnpike bill; To be published by clerk, (rule 19,) 4 Laid on table,

52
vote recorded,
150 Librarian to furnish committees of schools Passed,

173
ABSTRACT
and roads with Sessions Acts,
116 Amended and passed by senate,

235
Of clerk of house, of reports of clerks of

ADAMS, (WILLIAM C.)
Disagreed to by house,

235
courts,

25 His claim referred to committee of claims, 111 To abolish distinction in dignity of dece-
Printed, Doc. No. 7.
Documents to support his claim presented, 113 dents' debts,

42
ACADEMIES.
Bill to pay him a certain sum of money,

ADMINISTRATORS.
To sell certain forfeited lands for benefit of

(No. 241,)

132 To require their accounts to be settled by
Buchanan male and female academy, 80 Second reading,

195
commissioners in chancery,

131
Bill to transfer state's right in said lands Engrossed,

216 AGRICULTURE AND MANUFAC-
to it, (No. 173) 111, 153, 155, 156, 157, 160 Passed,

232

TURES.
Bill to incorporate it, (No. 70,)

Passed by senate,
246 Committee, how many, (rule 27,)

5
67, 71, 106, 110, 115
ADJOURNMENT.
Quorum of committee, (rule 29,)

5
To grant to Weston academy surplus of What number may adjourn, (rule 9,) 4 Committee appointed,

23
sales of forfeited lands in Lewis, 83, 87 When house adjourns, speaker to pass first, To elect clerk, and when to discharge him,
Laid on table,

117
(rule 10,)

(rule 28,)
To incorporate a company to erect and en Daily adjournment, 20, 22, 25, 28, 30, 32, 34, Committee finish business and discharge
dow it,

125
37, 39, 42, 46, 49, 51, 53, 54, 56, 58, 60, 62, clerk,

188
Bill for that purpose, (No. 231,)
63, 66, 68, 70, 72, 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 83, 86,

ALBEMARLE COUNTY.
128, 195, 216, 229, 246 89, 93, 95, 98, 100, 102, 104, 108, 110, 112, Petition to change the judicial circuit com-
To incorporate a male and female academy 113, 115, 117, 119, 120, 121, 123, 125, 127, posed of Albemarle, Augusta, Rock-
in Marshall county,
116 130, 131, 133, 135, 136, 140, 141, 143, 145, bridge, &c.

24
See Marshall Seminary.

147, 149, 151, 153, 155, 156, 160, 162, 165, Petition for increase of stock of Staunton
Resolution to endow one institution in each 168, 170, 172, 174, 177, 187, 191, 203, 207, and James river turnpike,

20
senatorial district,

170

210, 213, 227, 229, 235, 238, 243, 245, 247, Leave to withdraw petition on same sub-
Petition relative to a sale of Northumber-

254.

ject presented last year,

21
land academy,
102 Motion to adjourn during Christmas holi Again presented,

21
Reported on,

108

days; motion to amend; negatived; See Staunton and James River Turnpike.
187
vote on resolution recorded,

52 Petition for survey of a road from How-
Marshall seminary. Bill concerning it, Motion to adjourn pending election of se ardsville to Staunton,

32
(No. 230,)

128, 195, 216, 229, 243 nator of United States; vote recorded, 85 Bill therefor, (No. 38,) 49, 53, 54, 56, 76
Northwestern Virginia academy. Bill Resolution to adjourn sine die; laid on Petition for a separate election,

39
granting it aid, (No. 81,) 71, 107, 165, 167 table,

137, 178, 204 Bill to authorize a separate election at
Resolution to incorporate trustees of Pied House adjourn over for 220 February, 151 Scottsville, (No. 36,)

49
mont institute in Bedford,
106 Motion to adjourn; vote recorded, no quo-

Second reading,

53
Bill therefor, (No. 172,) 111, 181, 194, 207, 214 rum appearing; adjourned,

210 | Engrossed,

54
Resolution to incorporate Huguenot aca Resolution of senate that they cannot ad. Passed,
demy,

59
journ,
239 Passed by senate,

75
Bill therefor, (No. 67,) 65, 71, 106, 121 Resolution for final adjournment, 245 Petition to repeal act making part of Ri.
Resolution to incorporate trustees of Co Resolution of senate for adjournment until vanna river a lawful fence,

74
lumbia academy,
153 first Monday in December,
249 Remonstrance against it,

76
Bill therefor, (No. 312,) 160, 235, 236, 248 Agreed to by house,

249 Both reported on,

109
Auditor's report of amount expended by Ready to adjourn,

254 Acted on,

187
school commissioners in aid of acade-

ADJUTANT GENERAL.

Petitions for amendments to the charter of
mies,
79 His annual report of strength and condition the Rivanna navigation company,

74
Printed, Doc. No. 28.

of militia communicated by governor,
12 Remonstrance against it,

88, 103

5

Acted on,

56

Acted on,

Petition of John A. Garrett and others, for Petition for annexing part of Fairfax to

AMHERST COUNTY.
connecting the Rivanna with James ri Alexandria,

51 Petition to incorporate a mill company,

109
ver canal,
119 Reported on,

95 See Ivanhoe Manufacturing Mills Com.
Reported on,
142 | Acted on,

181

pany.
219 Petition for a railroad from Alexandria to

ANDERSON, (FREDERICK.)
Leave to withdraw it,
232 Warrenton,
38 Petition for the remission of taxes,

155
Remonstrance against appropriation to Laid on table,

177 | Laid on table,

170
road from Scottsville to Staunton, 88 Petition for a railroad from Harper's Ferry

ANDERSON, (JOSEPH R.)
ALEXANDER, (J. D.) and others. to Alexandria,

71, 82, 92 See Chapels.
Petition to reduce tolls on James river im Printed, Doc. No. 21.

ANDERSON, (ROBERT.)
provement,

117 Bill therefor, (No. 261,) 140, 217, 233, 246 Leave to withdraw his petition presented
Laid on table,
156 Remonstrance against giving magistrates in in 1844-5,

69
ALEXANDRIA.

Fairfax priority over citizens of Alexan Petition for compensation for revolution-
Communication of governor relative there dria, if Fairfax is annexed to Alexandria, 82 ary services of his ancestor,
to,
19 ALEXANDRIA CANAL COMPANY. Reported on,

119
Part of governor's message relating to it Bill to purchase two fifths of its stock,

Acted on,

198
referred,
24 (No. 163,)

105 ANDERSON, (S. C.) and others.
Committee announced,
24 Second reading,

148 Petition to reduce tolls on James river im-
Proceedings of people relative to its retro Made order of day,

150
provement,

117
cession to Virginia, Doc. No. 1, p. 49 Amended and engrossed; vote thereon re-

Laid on table,

156
to 55.

corded,

155, 156

APPEALS.
Poll for and against retrocession, Ibid. p. Passed; vote thereon,

157 From speaker's decision on point raised
55 to 61.

Passed by senate,

165 pending Staunton and James river turn-
President's proclamation, Ibid. p. 62, 63.
ALEXANDRIA FEMALE FREE pike bill; vote recorded,

150
Memorial of people protesting against its

SCHOOL.

APPEALS, (COURT OF.)
retrocession,
21 Petition for an act of incorporation,

137 See Court of Appeals.
Referred and printed, Doc. No. 5.

Bill to incorporate it, (No. 339,)

175

APPOMATTOX COUNTY.
Committee for courts of justice discharged Engrossed,

238 Resolution to change time of holding cir.
from memorial against retrocession, and Passed,

242 cuit and county courts,

31
referred to select committee,
33 Passed by senate,

248 Bill therefor, (No. 47,)
Remonstrances against annexing any part ALEXANDRIA AND HARPER'S FERRY

54, 57, 93, 108, 159, 161, 168, 179
of Fairfax to Alexandria,

102
RAILROAD.

Petition to allow claim of B. G. Wright, 94
Resolution allowing commissioners seats Bill to incorporate it, (No. 161,)

140 Bill therefor, (No. 210,) 121, 195, 210, 213, 239
at bar of house,
39 Engrossed,

217 APPOMATTOX SAVINGS BANK.
Bill to extend jurisdiction over it, (No. 79,) 70 Passed,

233 Bill incorporating it, (No. 176,)

111
Read twice and recommitted,
107 Passed by senate,
246 Second reading,

181
Reported with amendments,
126 ALEXANDRÍA ORPHAN ASYLUM. Engrossed,

194
Order of day fixed,
137 | Petition for an act of incorporation, 137 Passed,

207
Action on amendments of committee, 146, 147 Bill to incorporate it, (No. 338,)

175 Passed by senate,

213
Previous question called and sustained, 147 Engrossed,

238 APPROPRIATIONS OF REVENUE.
Question on giving delegate to county; Passed,

242 Bill appropriating it, (No. 344,)

188
vote recorded,
147 Passed by senate,
248 | Twice read,

188
Further amendments agreed to and en ALEXANDRIA'SAVINGS INSTITUTION. Engrossed,

216
grossed,
148 Bill incorporating it, (No. 246,)
132 Passed,

229
Passed,
150 Second reading,
195 Amended and passed by senate,

235
Amended and passed by senate,
177 | Engrossed,
216 | Amendments agreed to by house,

235
Action of house on senate's amendments, Passed,

232

ARCHER, (WILLIAM S.)
178, 179 Passed by senate,

246 Nominated and voted for as senator of U.
Amendment relative to representative;

ALICE, (STEAMER.)

States,

83, 84, 85, 86
motion to amend it; vote recorded, 178 Her receipts and expenses. Doc. No. 44,

ARICSON, (ELIZABETH.)
Vote on amendment as amended,

178, 179
Appx. p. 9, 10.

See Ericson, (Elizabeth.)
Conference asked by senate; committee Monthly receipts. Ibid.

P.
13.

ARMISTEAD, (ELIZABETH,) and others.
appointed,
191 See Railroad Committee.

Petition to release state's right to certain
Committee appointed by senate,

192
ALBRIGHT, (DAVID.)
land,

82
Their report; laid on table,

199 Leave to withdraw his petition for remis. See Mumford, (Nancy.)
Senate disagree to report of committee of sion of a fine,

48

ARMORY.
conference,
203 Again presented,
48 Committee, how many, (rule 27,)

5
Senate ask another conference; agreed to Reported on,

49 Quorum of committee, (rule 29,)

5
by house,
203 Acted on and laid on table,
53 Committee appointed,

20
Committee announced,

204 ALBRIGHT, SHERRARD & CO. Report of joint committee presented, 146
Committee appointed by senate,
207 Petition for authority to make a railroad,

49 Acted on,

219, 220
Report of committee presented and laid Bill authorizing a railroad to be construct Report of superintendent, Doc. No.1, p. 7.
on table,

209 ed by them in Botetourt, (No. 66,) 65 His report of arms, &c. Ibid. p. 8, 9.
Taken up and agreed to by both houses, 212 | Engrossed,

71 Resolution authorizing a chapel to be built
Bill to amend act extending jurisdiction Passed,

106 on armory premises,

238
over Alexandria, (No. 358,)
238 | Passed by senate,
121 Agreed to by senate,

243
Engrossed,

238

ALLEGHANY COUNTY. Auditor to furnish statement of expense
Passed,

239 | Petition for removal of milldams on Cow. of public guard, and other expenses at-
Passed by senate,
241 pasture and James rivers,
126 tending the armory,

57
Petition to charter Bank of Potomac and Reported on,

130 Resolution requiring statement rescinded, 65
Farmers Bank of Alexandria,
32 Acted on,

199 Bill to add to boring mill, (No. 280,) 146
See Farmers Bank of Virginia.
See Giles County.

Engrossed,

217
Petition to incorporate a cotton manufac ALLEMONG, (WILLIAM,) and others. Passed,

233
turing company,
32 Petition to repeal act establishing district Passed by senate,

246
See Mount Vernon Cotton Manufactory.

free schools in Frederick county, 113 ARMÓRY MANUFACTURING COM.
Petition for a separate election,
32 Bill relating thereto, (No. 325,)

PANY.
Petition for subscription by state to the

166, 237, 242, 246 Bill to incorporate it, (No. 157,)

101
stock of the Alexandria canal,

78, 81
AMELIA COUNTY.
Second reading,

181
Printed, Doc. No. 26.
Petition to reduce tolls on Manchester

Engrossed,

193
Bill therefor, (No. 163,) 105, 148, 150, 155, turnpike,

48 Passed,

206
156, 157, 165 | See Manchester Turnpike.

Passed by senate,

213

p. 8, 9.

p. 23.

ARMORY SCHOOL.
Laid on table,

137

AUDITOR, (SECOND.)
Resolution to convert armory into a mili Acted on; vote recorded,

173, 174 Committee to examine his office, (rule 27,) 5
tary school,

29
ASSESSMENT OF LANDS. Quorum of committee, (rule 29,)

5
Bill to establish Virginia armory school, Bill to reassess lands of Francis A. Wil. Committee appointed,

23
(No. 91,)

74
son, (No. 80,)
71 Report of committee read,

65
Second reading,
107 Second reading,
107 Laid on table,

65
Recommitted,
167 | Engrossed,

165 Resolution to proceed to his election, 147
Reported with amendment,
179 Passed,
167 Agreed to by senate,

151
Laid on table,
193 Passed by senate,

207 Election made,

157, 158, 159
Amended and engrossed,
207 See Bryant, (Janetta,) and others.

His report on state of Literary fund and
Rejected; vote recorded,

209
ASSETS.

proceedings of school commissioners, 20
ARMS.

To amend act concerning administration of Printed, Doc. No. 4, p. 1 to 7.
Number and condition reported, Doc. No. real assets,

29 Literary fund stated, Ibid. p. 9.
1, p. 4, 5.

Bill therefor, (No. 17,)

37 Account with treasurer of state, Ibid.

p.

10.
Return of superintendent of armory, Ibid. Second reading,

44 Permanent capital of fund, Ibid. p. 11.
Engrossed,

50 Stocks and loans, Ibid. p. 12.
To distribute condemned arms for drill Laid on table,

52 | Revenue accruing from interest, dividends
purposes,
164 Passed,

173 and rents, Ibid. p. 13.
Laid on table,
236 Amended and passed by senate,

235 Charges and appropriations of revenue,
Report of committee on armory acted on, Amendment disagreed to by house,

235

Ibid. p. 14.
219, 220 | To abolish distinction in dignity of debts Statement of school quotas, Ibid. p.

15.
To authorize King William Rifle Greys and administering estates on equitable List of undrawn quotas, Ibid. p. 15.
to exchange their arms,
40 principles,

42 Estimate of probable and certain receipts
Bill therefor, (No. 29,) 44, 48, 51, 77, 121 ATKINSON, (WILLIAM M.)

and disbursements on account of reve-
Bill for the collection of state rifles, (No. Leave to withdraw his petition relative to nue, Ibid. p. 16.
168,)
110 a lot in Norfolk,

74 | Abstract of accounts of treasurers of
Second reading,
181 Again presented,

74 school commissioners, Ibid. p. 17, 18, 19.
Engrossed,
194 Bill to amend act concerning him, (No.

Abstract of school commissioners' reports
Passed,

207
123,)

91 for 1845, Ibid. p. 20, 21, 22.
Passed by senate,
213 Second reading,

139 Operations of district free schools, Ibid.
Resolutions of Missouri relative to impro Engrossed,

180
per distinction between officers and sol. Passed,

193 Incorporated academies, Ibid. p. 23.
diers of army,

167

ATKISSON, (CLEMENT M.) and others. School commissioners' reports of primary
Printed, Doc. No. 51.
Petition for amendments to laws relating

schools, Ibid. p. 24 to 40.
ARRESTS.
to owners of mills,

25 Books in use at common schools, Ibid. p.
Witnesses privileged from arrests, (rule 40,) 6 Bill therefor, (No. 18,) 40, 44, 50, 52 41, 42
When persons to be arrested on breach of

ATTACHMENTS.

Statement of time in which schools were
privilege, (rule 42,)
6 | When foreign attachments become liens

in operation, Ibid. p. 43.
Bill concerning arrest and examination of

on property of absent debtors,

70 Reports of academies, Ibid. p. 44 to 46.
offenders, commitment for trial and bail, Jailors to receive slaves taken under at-

Dawson fund, Ibid. p. 47.
(No. 304,)
156 tachment,

91 Apportionment of school quotas, Ibid. p. 48.
ARTILLERY.
Bill therefor, (No. 129,)

94 Transmits 3)st annual report of Board of
To establish a company in the county of Second reading,

139 public works,

31
Fayette,
141 Engrossed,

180 Also accounts of Fund for internal improve-
Bill therefor, (No. 337,)
174, 237, 241 | Passed,

193 ment,

31
Passed by senate,

211 Encloses report of rector and visitors of
ASHBY, (ROBERT T.)

university,

34
Petition for compensation as adjutant to ATTORNEYS FOR COMMONWEALTH.
44th regiment,
27 | To allow them to compromise debts due

Printed, Doc. No. 8.
Committee discharged from petition, and the commonwealth,

Transmits 8th annual report of visitors of

40

deaf, dumb and blind asylum,
36
referred to committee on militia,
Reported on,

88

AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. Printed, Doc. No. 9.
Report read and laid on table,

137

Committee to examine his office, (rule 27,) 5 To report dividends made by Lynchburg
Quorum of committee, (rule 29,)
5 and Salem turnpike,

47
ASSEMBLY, (GENERAL.)
Committee appointed,
22 Statement furnished,

51
To repeal all that part of act relative to Report of committee presented,

155 Printed, Doc. No. 14.
Civil Code, including pay of members, 66 Acted on,

222 To furnish statement of money drawn
Reported on,

111 Resolution to proceed to his election, 147 from Literary fund on account of uni.
Acted on,
183 Agreed to by senate,
151 versity,

69
Resolution to repeal act reducing pay of Election made,

157, 158, 159 Also on account of primary schools, 69
members,
121 | His annual report presented,
19 Furnished,

79
Bill concerning pay of members, (No. 217,) 124 To be printed,

19 Printed, Doc. No. 28.
Motion to postpone it indefinitely; vote Printed, Doc. No. 2, p. 1, 2.

To furnish statement of annual dividends
recorded,

126, 127 Statement of receipts for fiscal year, Ibid. of Staunton and James river turnpike, 45
Engrossed and passed; vote recorded, 127

Furnished and printed, (Doc. No. 12,) 47
Amended and passed by senate,
142 | Statement of disbursements for same time,

AUDITOR OF POST OFFICE.
Laid on table,
142 Ibid. p. 5 to 8.

His letter preferring claim of U. States
Amendments of senate disagreed to, 145 Statement of taxes on all subjects, Ibid. for tolls improperly levied on the mail
Conference asked by senate; agreed to by

on Cumberland road,

93
house and committee appointed, 146 State of commonwealth's funds, Ibid. p. Laid on table,

178
Report of committee ; laid on table, 148 16, 17.

AUGUSTA COUNTY.
Report disagreed to by senate, and bill re Estimate of probable receipts and expen Petition for increase of stock of Staunton
jected,
149 ditures for next fiscal year, Ibid. p. 18, and James river turnpike,

20
Senate reconsider, and insist on amend-

19, 20.

Leave to withdraw petition on same sub-
ments,
151 | To furnish statement of expense of public ject presented last year,

21
Amendments amended by house,
151 guard and other expenses attending the Again presented,

21
Amendments of house agreed to by senate, 153 armory,

57 Petition to take sense of people on sub-
Leave to bring in bill to ascertain pay of Resolution requiring statement rescinded, 65 scribing to Staunton and James river
members,
150 | To furnish statement of disbursements for turnpike,

188
Resolution to change time of elections

Virginia volunteers,
131 Laid on table,

232
and of meeting,
67 Furnished,

140 | Leave to bring in bill to authorize court to
Reported on,
83 Printed, Doc. No. 45.

subscribe,

188

142

p. 3, 4.

p. 10 to 14.

Acted on,

Bill therefor presented, (No. 347,) 192 | Action on substitute of Mr. Hunter, 154 | Bill therefor, (No. 142,) 95, 180, 193, 206
Engrossed,

238 | Amendment thereto by Mr. Edgington, 154 To authorize Exchange Bank to establish
Passed,
242 Previous question called and sustained, 154

branch at Staunton,

81
Amended and passed by senate,

247 Amendment adopted; vote recorded, 154, 155 Resolution to establish a bank at Martins-
Disagreed to by house,
247 Bill engrossed as amended,

155
burg,

106
Receded from by senate,
248 Passed,

157 Bill therefor, (No. 199,) 118, 194, 210, 212, 244
Petition for surveys of roads from How. Amended and passed by senate,

174 Bill to authorize Farmers Bank of Virginia
ardsville and from Scottsville each to Amendment agreed to by house,

174 to establish a branch in Alexandria, (No.
Staunton,

45
BANK OF MARTINSBURG.

126,)

92, 179
See Howardsville and Staunton Road.

Resolution to establish it,

106 Bill to establish Bank of Potomac in Alex.
Petition of A. Waddell and others to re Bill therefor, (No. 199,)

118 andria, (No. 127,)
peal act for condemning lands for Wes. Second reading,

194

92, 140, 153, 157, 161, 162, 165
tern lunatic asylum,
62,68 Engrossed,

210 Bill to authorize Bank of Valley to estab-
Reported on,
110 Passed,

212 lish a branch at Staunton, (No. 162,)
187 Rejected by senate,

244

105, 194, 207, 213
Leave to withdraw petition relative to

Reconsidered and passed,

244

BANNING, (DR.)
jury system,

29 Leave to withdraw petitions, &c. relative Use of hall of house granted him for a lec-
Again presented,
33 to bank,
244 ture,

55
Laid on table,

165
BANK OF POTOMAC.

BAPTIST STATE SOCIETIES.
Petition to equalize duties of judges or Petition for an act of incorporation,

32 Petition to receive and apply bequests,
increase compensation of judge of 12th Bill to establish it in Alexandria, (No. 127,) 92 Reported on,

111
circuit,
33 Read twice and committed,
140 | Acted on,

183
See General Court.

Reported with amendment,

153

BARBOUR COUNTY.
Petition to establish inspection of flour at Amendment agreed to and bill engrossed, 157 Petition for new county,

27,63, 124
Staunton,
129 | Passed,

161 Remonstrance against new county,
Bill therefor, (No. 197,) 118, 194, 210, 212, 248 Title amended,

162

34, 40, 50, 55, 66
AYES AND NOES.
Passed by senate,

165 Leave to withdraw petition and remon.
How to be recorded, (rule 12,)
4 See Farmers Bank of Virginia.

strance against new county,

50,51
Mistakes in recording how corrected, (rule

BANK OF VALLEY.

Petitions and remonstrances reported on,
12,)
4 Petition to establish a branch at Staunton, 103

118, 133, 163
See Various Subjects on which called.

Bill therefor, (No. 162,)

105 Acted on,

196, 218, 224
AYRES, (WILLIAM.)
Second reading,
181 Petition for a separate election,

51
Petition for payment for two bugles, 172 Engrossed,

194 Document to support it,

116
Laid on table,
236 Passed,

207 Bill authorizing separate election, (No.
Leave to withdraw his petition,
249 Passed by senate,
213 234,)

130
Condition of bank and branches, Doc.

Second reading,

195
B
No. 1, p. 92 to 95.

Amended and engrossed,

216
Governor transmits statement of bank, 141 | Passed; title amended,

229
BACON, (JOHN L.) and others. Printed, Doc. No. 46,

Amended and passed by senate,

243
Petition for the sale of Christ church in

BANK OF VIRGINIA.
Amendment agreed to by house,

244
Richmond,

57 Quarterly statements of its condition, Doc. Petition for a railroad from Potomac to
Leave to withdraw it,
249 No. 1, p. 64, 65, 66.

Ohio river,

45, 50, 55, 66
See Trustees.

Quarterly report presented,

104 Bill therefor, (No. 63,) 62, 70, 78, 102, 109, 110,
BAIL.
Printed, Doc. No. 36.

112, 113, 115, 117, 119, 120, 121, 122, 124, 125
Subject commented on by governor; his

BANKS.

Petition for a turnpike from Beverley by
recommendations,

11, 12 Committee to be appointed, (rule 27,) 5 Phillippi to Clarksburg, 55, 76, 88, 126
Resolution to repeal or modify law grant Quorum of committee, (rule 29,)

5 Bill therefor, (No. 150, 100, 181, 193, 206, 213
ing bail of right in debt, detinue and Committee appointed,

23 Petition for an endowment of the North-
covenant,
29 To elect their clerk and when to discharge western Virginia academy,

32
To provide for issuing second writs of ca. him, (rule 28,)

5 Bill therefor, (No. 81,) 71, 107, 165, 167
sas. to exonerate bail,

64 Committee discharge their clerk, 208 Petition for an appropriation for bridges on
Bill concerning arrests, commitments and Quarterly reports communicated by gover the Staunton and Parkersburg road, 45
bail, (No. 304,)

156 nor; recommendations relative to these Bill therefor, (No. 155,) 100, 181, 193, 206, 213
BAKER, (JERMAN,) Securities.

institutions,

12 Petition to change location of said Staun-
Petition of securities for relief from a judg Printed, Doc. No. 1, p. 64 to 95.

ton and Parkersburg road,

45
ment against them,
146 To refer part of governor's message rela-

Remonstrance against said change, 45
Bill for their relief, (No. 302,)

155
ting to them to committee,

43 Bill changing time of holding circuit supe-
Rejected,

217 Quarterly reports of Bank of Virginia, rior courts of Randolph, Barbour, Tay-
BAKER, (JACOB,) and others.

Farmers Bank and Northwestern Bank, 104 lor and Harrison, (No. 102,)
Petition to repeal district free schools in Printed, Doc. No. 1, p. 64 to 69, and p. 89

78, 139, 167, 173, 177
Frederick,
146 to 91 ; also Doc. No. 36.

BATH COUNTY.
Bill on that subject, (No. 325,)
Governor encloses quarterly reports of Petition for new county,

34, 55, 66, 117
166, 237, 242, 246 Exchange Bank,

116
Remonstrance against it,

89
BAKER, (ROBERT L.) and others. Printed, Doc. No. 1, p. 71 to 88; also

Reported on,

130
Petition to repeal or suspend act to estab-

Doc. No. 41.

Laid on table,

199
lish district free schools,
92 Statements of Bank of Valley, and Mer.

Acted on; motion to reverse decision of
Bill therefor, (No. 325,) 166, 237, 242, 246 chants and Mechanics Bank of Wheel-

committee; agreed to,

209
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. ing,

141

See Highland County.
Its extension and estern terminus com-
Printed, Doc. No. 1, p. 92 to 95, and Doc.

Petition for amendments to law relative to
mented on by governor,
No. 46.

slopes over milldams,

111, 118
Resolution to provide for changing the To prohibit directors from voting for them-

Reported on,

130
route for extending road,
120

26
selves for any office of the bank,

199
Motion to lay on table,
120 | Reported on,

70
Resolution agreed to,
125 Laid on table,

72 BATH AND POTOMAC ROAD.
Committee to bring in bill,
125 Resolution to authorize banks to issue

Bill to provide for its construction, (No.
Bill to authorize its extension through Vir small notes,

24 87,)

72
ginia, (No. 233,)
128 To repeal law imposing penalties for pass Second reading,

107
Amendment offered and bill laid on table, 131 ing notes of other states less than five Rejected,

167
Order of day; further amendments, 136, 143 dollars,

67 Reconsidered and engrossed,

167
Order postponed; vote recorded,
149 To amend law requiring classification of Passed; vote recorded,

169
Further amendments proposed,
153 discounts and lists of applicants, 76 Passed by senate,

168

14, 15

Acted on,

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