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No.of Am. of

These bonds are made payable to the Prest
Date.

Total.
bonds e'ch bd.
When payable.

and Directors of Bk of Tenn. Int'st there

on, at the rate of five per cent per annum, July 20, 1839 300 1,000 30 years after date. 300,000 is payable annually.

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No. Am e'ch Pay:ble
No. & Lets
Companies.

Total.
Date.

B’ds Bond. alt.date 12. Pelham and Jasper 390 to396 Mar 2, '39 71000 30 yrs 70001

Turnpike Co.
13. Clarksville and Rus-397 to401 do 8 39

51 do do 5000
sellville Turnpike Co.
14. Fork'd Deer tnp'k Co 129 to435 do 25, 39 7 do do 7000
15. Big Hatchie Turn-449 to454 June 14, 39 6 do do

pike Company, 600 to 607 Nov. 5, '39 8 do do 14000;
16. Gallatin and Cumber-

455

39 1 do do 1000 land Turnpike Co. 17. Nolensville Turnpike 456 to465 Aug. 13, '39 10. do do

481 to484 Sept. 10, '39 Company,

4 do

do 14000
18. Ashwort Turnpike Co. 466 to 480 Aug. 13, '39 15 do do 15000
19. Lebanon and Sparta 435 to496 Sept 10

'39 14 do do 14000
Turupike Co.
20. Fayettville Tnp'k Co. 181 to196 Nov. 5, '38 16 do do 16000
21. Columbia, Pulaski and

'39 12 do
436 to447 May 3,

1 do
Elkton & Ala. tnp’k co.

12000
Total,

$607,500

RECAPITULATION.
1. Amount of Union Bank Bonds,
2. Amt. of Internal Imp. Bonds issued under act of 1836,
3. Amount of Bank of Tennessee Bonds,
4. Amount of River Bonds,
5. Ainount of Road Bonds issued under the Act of 1838,
SECRETARY'S OFFICE,

Nov'r. 21, 1839.

$500,000

263,1663
2,500,000

300,000
607,500_$4,170,6663
LUKE LEA,

Sec'y of State.

Mr. Laughlin presented a communication from Hugh Montgomery of Franklin county in relation to a certain land claim, which was referred to the committee on Claims.

Mr. Laughlin also presented a memorial of sundry citizens of a portion of Smith county, praying to be attached to De Kalb county, which was read and referred to the committee on new counties and county lines.

On motion of Mr. Jones of Hickman,

Ordered, That Mr. Balch be added to the committee on Internal Improvement.

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Crockett, their Clerk:

Mr. Speaker: The House of Representatives concur with your resolution extending certain powers therein named to the committee on Banks.

On motion of Mr. Reneau,
Ordered, That Mr. Frey be added to the committee on enrolled bills.

A Bill to allow an additional civil district to the counties in this State under certain restrictions, was taken up.

The amendment heretofore proposed by Mr. Jones, of Lincoln, to strike out the words “or more" after the word "one" was rejected.

The said bill was thereupon read a third time and passed-ayes 19, noes 1.

The yeas and nays being required, those who voted in the affirmative

were

Messrs. Aiken, Ashe, Balch, Brown, Frey, Gaines, Gillespy, Hardwicke, Jennings, Jones of Hickman, Laughlin, Reneau, Smith, Terry, Turney, Walton, Warner, Wheeler and Speaker Love—19.

Mr. Jones of Lincoln voting in the negative.
And so said bill passed its third reading.

A Bill for the relief of certain purchasers and assignees of purchasers of reservations in Hiwassee District, was on motion of Mr. Gillespy referred to the committee on Claims.

Mr. Hardwicke, asked and obtained leave to withdraw for amendment, a bill to amend the act of 1827, ch. 30, entitled an act in relation to the change of venue in criminal causes.

Mr. Jennings presented a petition from the Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Nashville, asking for the granting of a certain powers to the Mayor's court of said city, which was read and referred on his motion to the committee on the Judiciary.

Mr. Aiken from the committee on Elucation and Common Schools, to whom was referred a bill to abolish the office of superintendent of public instruction.

A Bill to incorporate the Union College in Robertson county, And

A Bill to amend the several laws in force in this State relative to common schools and for other purposes, reported that the committee have had the same under consideration, think their provisions reasonable, and had instructed him to recommend their passage.

On motion of Nr. Coe the said report bus ordered to the table.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Crockett their Clerk:

Mr. Speaker: The Speaker of the House of Representatives did this day sign an enrolled act entitled an act to extend the terms of the Circuit Courts of Sevier county and for other purposes.

The Speaker of the Senate signed said enrolled act and ordered it to be deposited in the office of the Secretary of State,

A Bill to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the Lagrange and Memphis Rail Road Company, passed Dec. 14, 1835, and the Internal Improvement acts of 1836 and '3S, was taken up and read.

Mr. Balch offered the following as an amendment thereto, to wit:

Provided nothing herein contained, shall be so construed as to authorize the Governor of the State of Tennessee to subscribe for or take any more stock in said roads on behalf of the State of Tennessee. In lieu of which Mr. Wheeler offered the following:

Provided nothing in this act contained, shall be so construed as to authorize the Governor to subscribe for any additional stock unauthorized by the act chartering the Bank of Tennessee and the supplement thereto, or to authorize the issuance of said bonds different from those authorized by the before recited acts.

Whereupon Mr. Coe moved to lay the foregoing amendments on the table, and thereupon the question was had and determined in the affirm. ative-ayes 12, noes 10,

The ayes and noes being demanded, those who voted in the affirmative were

Messrs. Aiken, Brown, Coe, Frey, Gaines, Gillespy, Jennings, Reneau, Sevier, Smith, Turney and Speaker Love-12.

The negative voters were

Messrs. Anderson, Balch, Hardwicke, Jones of Hickman, Jones of Lincoln, Laughlin, Walton, Warner, Wheeler and Yoakum--10.

And so said motion prevailed.

Mr. Coe thereupon offered an amendment to the said bill, which was accepted.

Mr. Balch offered the following amendment to said bill, to wit:

Provided that the Governor of the State shall not subscribe for stock in said road until the President and Directors of said road shall enter into bonds with approved security to the Governor of the State, for the payment of said bonds with the interest thereon, then and in that case the State shall relinquish all claim to any dividend which may be declared on said road.

Mr. Jones of Hickman offered the following as an amendment thereto, after the word “thereon,” to wit:

Making the individual stockholders jointly and severally liable for the same in their personal character, which was accepted by Mr. Balch.

Whereupon Mr. Coe moved to lay the said amendinent on the table, and thereupon the question was had and determined in the affirmative-ayes 12, noes 10.

The ayes and noes being demanded, those who voted in the affirmative were

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