FORTY—FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 1. 1869. 609 KENTUCKY. Leagal and po- _ litic disabilities Philip Lee, Horatio W. Bruce, Francis Hagan, Richard C. Winter- remoyed from _ smith, and Blanton Duncan, Louisville; D. Howard Smith, Franklin °m“‘“p°"°““‘“ county; Charles B. Thomas, Lexington, Fayette county; John M. El- Kentucky; liott, Owingsville, Bath county; A. L. McAfee and John T. Hogan, Jessamine county; William E. Kellar, Mercer county; Thomas W. Napier and J. Warren Grigsby, Lincoln county; A. J. Beale and James A. Frazier, Harrison county ; Henry A. Huston and J. K. Huey, Paducah; Charles Duncan, Pendleton county; J. P. Nichols and William Dickinson, Barren county; William E. Bell and John F. Wills, Anderson county; James W. Schooling, Marion county; T. P. A. Bibb, Boone county; D. O. Harris, Woodford county; R. T. Owen, Shelby county; Paschal R. Baker, Carrol county; Robert Riddell, junior, Estell county. NORTH CAROLINA. 1_ North Caroma. J. H. Carson, of Ash county; Abram Bryan, of Alleghany county; John Ballard, J. R. Hargrave, Nathaniel Knight, James A. Leak, and John A. Boyden, of Anson county; Joseph W. Beasley and John W. Sissoms, of Bertie county; J. J. D. Lucas, J. W. Purdie, and John A. Richardson, of Bladen county; William Lankford, John Laning, Lawson A. Laning, James W. Walker, Lott Pitman, Reverend T. W. Atkin, John Souther, G. M. Roberts, John Smart, G. L. Penland, George Whitman, J. M. Wells, Hughey Brooks, and William Ducker, of Buncombe county; Richard C. Cook, Caleb Phifer, James M. Brown, Nelson Slough, William M. Coleman, and Kiah P. Harris, of Cabarrus county; James C. Harper, of Caldwell county; Jonas Cline, Caleb Setzer, William Hale, Andrew H. Shuford, Mathew L. McCorkle, Adolphus L. Shutord, James T. Johnson, Ephraim Yount, Moses Barger, David Whistenhurst, Marcus L. Fry, H. M. Hallman, and G. M. Yoder, of Catawba county; J. H. Headen, of Chatham county; James M. Higgins, of Cherokee county; John M. Jones, William R. Houghton, and William A. Moore, of Chowan county; Martin C. Roberts, Rufus Roberts, W. W. Green, and Joseph W. Wilson, of Cleveland county; W. W. Pate and J. A. Maultsby, of Columbus county; W. McL. McKay, Archibald McLean, John W. Lett, James A. McRae, Willie T. Rhodes, William A. Banks, J. C. Poe, William R. Love, and Hamilton McMillan, of Cumberland county; J. W. Thomas, J. J. Martin, and William F. Henderson, of Davidson county; William A. Allen, of Duplin county; John Marshall Bell and John M. Beck, of Davie county; Joshua Killabrew, of Edgecombe county; R. L. Patterson and N. S. Cook, of Forsyth county; Russell H. Kingsbury, Robert B. Gilliam, Isaac J. Young, R. D. Jones, John C. Usrey, C. M. Rogers, A. H. Cook, L. A. Paschal, J. J. Ellison, and S. S. Harrill, of Granville county; C. H. Harper and H. H. Best, of Greene county; G. M. Isley, David Cobb, R. S. Sechrist, R. W. Glenn, Arrington Dillworth, Abel Gardner, junior, Nathan Hiat, Joseph A. Houston, William P. Heath, Alexander H. Lindsay, John McLean, Elihu Starbuck, Moses D. Young, Emanuel Dean, Stephen Hussey, Edward Morgan, Jacob A. Mick, Shubal G. Cofiin, and Anselom Reid, of Guilford county; Neal S. Stewart and Benjamin F. Shaw, of Harnett county; P. S. Brittain, of Henderson county; James M. Trader and Starkey Harrell, of Hertford county; James W. Williams, D. M. Furchase, Wilfred Turner, John H. Dalton, A. F. Gaither, John C. Hargrave, James S. Bently, Thomas N. Cooper, Perry Tomlin, R. J. McDowell, and Moses A. White, of Iredell county; W. W. Munday, Dr. C. L. Hunter, James M. Smith, Richard E. Burch, John D. Shaw, Franklin Howard, Joseph Shelton, John F. Phiter, Robert Nixon, Isaac Lowe, and D. A. Lowc,of Lincoln county; David W. Siler, of Macon county; W. F. Craig, C.‘L. von. xvi. Pew.-39
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