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TUESDAY MORNING, Jan.7, 18.10. Mr. Gillespy introduced a bill for the relief of John C. Glass of Brad

a ley county, accompanied by a memorial from that individual, which was read a first time and passed.

DIr. Ashe introduced a bill to explain an act passed 17th Jan. 1838, ch. 109, which was read a first time and passed.

The resolution from the Ilouse of Representatives, proposing to go into the election of a chancellor for the fourth division, and a surveyor for the Ocoee District on Thursday next, was taken up and read, and on motion of Dr. Laughlin amended by inserting the words 'ten o'clock, a. m;' which was concurred with.

Orderoi, That the clerk acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

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

Mr. Speaker: I am directed by the House of Representatives respectfully to ask the Senate to return to that body a bill concerning the emancipation of Slaves, which passed a third reading in the Senate and was rejected by the House on its first reading.

The Speaker of the House of Representatives did this day sign an enrolled act to exempt certain persons from military duty, and an act to amend the several laws in relatiou to tobacco inspection.

And then he withdrew. " Whereupon the Speaker of the Senate signed the said enrolled acts, and ordered them to be deposited in the ottice of the Secretary of State.

It was further ordered, that the clerk return the bill concerning the emancipation of slaves to the House of Representatives, in compliance with their request.

Mr. Frey, from the committee on enrollments, reported as correctly enrolled, an act making an appropriation of money to Richard G. Scoggin, which was signed by the Speaker of the Senate and ordered to be transmitted to the House of Representatives.

The Senate resumed the consideration of Mr. Laughlin's amendment to the bill to prevent public county roads from being obstructed by certain turnpike companies and others.

Mr. Gilespy offered the following as an amendment to the said arendment, to wit:

Unless the county court of said county shall first indemnify the stockholders in any such company for the money and labor actually employ. ed and expended upon such road, and for any loss they may sustain.

Which was accepted by Mr. Laughlin.
Mr. Yoakuin tien nioved to lay the said ameniment on the table.---

And thereupon the question was liad and determined in the afiirmative-ayes 10, nays 4. The ayes and uces bring demanded, the atiinative voters were

Messrs. Aiken, Balch, Frey, Caines, liardwiche, Jones of Iliekman, Jones of Lincoln, Marsball

, Rencau, Sevier, Terry, Talton, Warner, Wheeler and YoakumIC.

Those who voted in the negative were Messrs. Gillespy, Laughlin, Love and Speaker Coe-4.

So said motion prevailed.
Mr. Warner thereupon offered the following amendment, to wit:

And to M'Adamize turnpike roads in which the Governor has already subscribed for stock on behalf of the State.

Mr. Jones of Lincoln moved to lay the said amendment on the table, which motion prevailed—ayes ll, noes 9.

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

tive were

Messrs. Aiken, Balch, Brown, Frey, Gaines, Hardwicke, Jones of Lincoln, Reneau, Wheeler and Yoakun--11.

The negative voters were

Messrs. Gillespy, Jones of Hickman, Laughlin, Love, Marshall, Terry, Walton, Warner and Speaker Coe-9.

So said amendment was ordered to the table.

Mr. Jones of Lincoln moved to amend by striking from said bill the words “to extend to M'Adamized roads of greater length than ten miles;" which motion prevailed.

Mr. Gillespy moved further to amend by striking the words 'and to M'Adamizhd roads already completed therefrom.

And thereupon the question was had and determined in the negativemayes 10, noes 12. The ayes and noes being demanded those who voted in the affirmative were

Messrs. Aiken, Balch, Gillespy, Jones of Lincoln, Laughlin, Terry, Turney, Warner, Wheeler and Speaker Coe--10.

Those who voted in the negative were

Messrs. Ashe, Brown, Frey, Gaines, flardwicke, Jones of Hickman, Love, Marshall, Reneau, Sevier, Walton and Yoak 1--12.

And so said motion failed.

Whereupon Mr. Gillespy offered the following amendment thereto, to wit:

Provided nothing in this act shall be so construed as to affect the chartered rights of any turnpike company or rail road company in this State.

Mr, Jones of Lincoln moved the previous question, which being had in the following words, Shall the main question be now put? it was determined in the negative-ayes 11, noes 12,

The ayes and noes being demanded, those who voted in the affirma. tive were

Messrs. Hardwicke, Jennings, Jones of Ilickman, Jones of Lincoln, Marshall, Reneau, Sevier, Turney, Walton, Wheeler and Yoakum, 11.

The negative voters were

Messrs. Aiken, Ashe, Balch, Brown, Frey, Gaines, Gillespy, Laughlin, Love, Terry, Warner and Speaker Coe--12.

And so the call for the previous question was not sustained.'

Mr. Jones of Lincoln thereupon moved to lay the amendment of Mr. Gillespy on the table.

And thereupon the question was had and determined in the nega

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tivemayes 14, noes 9. The ayes and noes being demanded, those who voted in the affirmative were

Messrs. Ashe, Balch, Brown, Frey, Gaines, Jennings, Jones of Hickman, Jones of Lincoln, Marshall, Reneau, Sevier, Walton, Wheeler and Yoakum-14.

Those who voted in the negative were · Messrs. Aik-n, Gillespy, Hardwicke, Laughlin, Love, Terry, Turney, Warner and Speaker Coe-9.

And so said amendment was ordered to the table.

Mr. Gillespy moved to amend by striking from said bill the words “two thirds, for the purpose of inserting the words 'a majority.'

And thereupon the question was had and determined in the affirmative-ayes 13, noes 10.' The ayes and noes being demanded those who voted in the affirmative were

Messrs. Balch, Brown, Gaines, Gillespy, llardwicke, Jones of Lincoln, Laughlin, Love, Terry, Turney, Warner, Yoakum and Speaker Coe--13.

Those who voted in the negative were

Messrs. Aikən, Ashe, Frey, Jennings, Jones of Ilickman, Marshall, Reneau, Sevier, Walton, and Wheeler--10.

So said motion prevailed.

The question then recurred upon the passage of the bill, and being thereon had it was determined in the affirmativemayes 17, noes 5. The

ayes and noes being demanded those who voted in the aflirmative were

Messrs. Aiken, Ashe, Balch, Brown, Frey, Gaines, Hardwicke, Jennings, Jones of Hickman, Jones of Lincoln, Marshall, Reneau, Sevier, Turney, Walton, Warner, Wheeler and Yoakum-17.

The negative votere were
Messrs. Gillespy, Laughlin, Love, Terry and Speaker Coe-5.

And so said bill passed its third reading, was ordered to be engrossed and transmitted to the House of Representatives.

Mr. Terry, from the committee on enrollments, reported as correctly enrolled, an act for the relief of John W. Fowler.

Said act was signed by the Speaker of the Senate and ordered to be transmitted to the House of Representatives.

The Senate concurred with the amendments proposed by the House of Representatives to a bill to establish the county of Van Buren, and to a bill to provide for the correction of the survey of range 4, west of the basis line of the Ocoee district.

Ordered, That the clerk acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

Mr. Warner returned with an amendment in lieu of the whole from the enacting clause, a bill to give the citizens residing in the fractional parts of Marshall county the privilege to file bills and answers in Chancery in either of the courts held in Shelbyville, Fayetteville and Colunbia.

The said amendinent being accepted, Mr. Warner moved to amend the caption of said bill so as to read, 'a bill to establish a chancery court

in Lewisbus, in Darshall county, and for other purposes; which motion also prevailed.

The sail bill was thereupon reil a third time and passed-ayes 21.

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

Messrs. Aiken, Anderson, Ale, Balch, Broman, Frey, Caines, Gil. lespy, llardwicke, Jennings, Jones o llickiran, Jories of Lincoln, Laughlin, Love,' Warshall, Rene101, Sovier, Terry, Turney, Walton, Warner, It hecier, Yoskum an! Serke: Coe-21.

And so sail bill pase lits third reading, and then
The Senate adjoumed until Thursday morning, nine o'clock.

THESDAY MORNING, Jan. I, 1810. . The Senate concurred with the amendment proposed by the House of Representatives to the bill to change the time of holding the Chancery and Circuit courts of Carroll, Benton, Wayne, Lawrence and Marshall counties,

The motion heretofore made by Mr. Brown to re-consider the vote passing the bill to repeal all lavis authorizing the Governor of the State to issue the bonds of the State to cyny internal improvement company was taken up, and the question, will the Senate re-consider, ' was determined in the airmative--ayes 13, noes 6.

The ayes and noes being demandeil, the afirmative voters were

Messrs. Ashe, Brown, Frey, Gaino, Gillespy, Laughlin, Love, Marshall, Reneau, Terry, Walton, Warner, and Speaker Coe--13.

Those who voted in the negative were

Messrs. Balch, Hardwicie, Jones of Hickman, Jones of Lincoln, Whecter and Yoakum--6.

So said notion provailed.

Mr. Laughlin thereupon offered the following amendment thereto, to wit:

Provided nothing in this act shall be so construed as to prevent com. panies orginized for works of internal improvement from filing bills in equity against the State, and if they can show that they have fairly and bona fide complied strictly with the provisions of their charters, and that they are able and willing and ready in good faith to proceed with such works, then the court may decree that such bonds may issue as such company may be entitled to. But in no case shall any State bond or bonds issue by virtue of this proviso, where there has been fraud, failare, or any other malpractice in the organization of such company.

And the seuse of the Senate being had, said amendment was adopted. Nr. Anderson thereupon ofereike following amendment, to wit:

Provided 10thing in this art shall be so construed as to prevent the Governor of the stata from issuing the bouds of the State to all interal im rovement sipanje., where the stock laas heretofore been subscribed by the covernor.

And thereupon the question was had and determined in the nega. tive-ayes 10, noes 10. The ayes and noes being demanded, those who voted in the aflirmative wore

Messrs. Anderson, Ashe, Brown, Frey, Caines, Gillespy, Marshall, Reneau, Terry and Wheeler-10.

Those who voted in the negative were,

Messrs. Balch, líardwicke, Jones, of Hickman, Jones oi Lincoln, Laughlin, Lore, Walton, Warner, Yoakuu and Speaker Coc--10.

And so said amendment was rejected.
Mr. Terry moved further to amend by adding the following:

Provided also, nothing herein contained skali be construed to affect the river bouds. Whichamendment was acceptel.

Mr. Jones of Hickman cilered the following as an amendment to said bill, to wit:

Be it enacted, That the President of the Bank of Tennessee, be directed to return to the Covernor (by him to be destroved.) all State bonds deposited in his hands for negociation; the proceeds to be used for the purpose of removing the obstructions out of the navigable water courses in Tennessee.

NIr. Laughlin moved the previous question, which motion failed... ayes 7, noes 13.

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

. Bakch, Herdwicke, Jones of Lincoln, Laughlin, Warner, Wheeler and Speaker Coe-7.

Those who voted in the negative were

Messrs. Anderson, Ase, Brown, Frey, Caines, Gillespy, Jones of Hickman, Love, Marshall, Rencau, Terry, Walton and Yoakum--13.

And so said motion was rejected.

Mr. Ashe moved a call of the Senate, which being made, the following Senators answered the call, to wit:

Messrs. Anderson, she, Balch, Brown, Frey, Caines, Gillespy, Hard wicke, Jones of Hickman, Jones of Lincoln, Laughlin, Love, Marshall, Reneau, Terry, Walton, Warners, Wheeler, Yoakum and Speaker Coe.

Mr. Terry moved to lay the amendment of Nir. Jones of Hickman on the table, wlich motion prevaile:-ayes 13, noes 7.

The ayes and noe's being demanded, those who voted in the affirma-, tive were

Me351s. Aiken, Asle, Balch, Brown, Fruy, Gaines, Laughlin, Love, Reneau, Terry, Warner, Whecler and Spealer Coo-13.

Those who voted in the negative were

Miessrs. Anderson, Gillespy, Hardwicke, Jones of Lickman, Jones of Lincoln, Marshall and Yoakun-7.

So said motion prevailed.

Mr. Gillespy moved to amend by adding the following, to wit: - Provided nothing in this act contained shall be se construed as tons: tend to the Hiwassee and jienphis, anri Lagrange rail roaris.

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