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house of representatives.

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Manning
McDougald
McDonald,
McLeod,
Mintz,
Morris,
Neal,
Neely,
Nisbet,
Peacock,
Penick,
Phillips,

Pickett,
Ramsay,
Reid,
Richardson,
Roberts,
Robinson of Fay'te
Robinson of Talbot,
Sanders,
Sanford,
Shackelford,
Shaw,
Slaughter,

Strickland,
Terrell of Coweta,
Thomasson,
Tillman,
Villalonga,
Watson,
Welborne,
Westmoreland,
Wilson,
Wolf.




hose who voted in the negative, are Messrs.

Anderson of Wilkes,
Andrews,
Bell,
Bryan,
Carter,
Dawson,
Deadwyler,
Fanner,
Fleming,
Gresham,

Harris,
Kendall,
Laughridge,
McAllister,
McWhorter,
Perkins,
Pringle,
Reynolds,
Riley,
Robinson of Macon,

Snelling,
Spalding,
Thronton,
Trippe,
Tucker,
Walker,
Woolridge,
Worrell,
Yopp.




So the motion to print prevailed.

Mr. Tucker, of Stewart, introduced a bill to amend an act to incorporate the South-western Railroad Company; which was read the first time.

Mr. Snellings, of Stewart, introduced a bill to reduce the fees of the Clerk of the Court of Ordinary for issuing marriage licenses; which was read the first time.

Mr. Leith of Pulaski, introduced a bill to alter and fix the time of holding the Superior Courts in the county of Pulaski in the Souihern Circuit; which was read the first time.

Mr. Worrell, from the Committee to whom was referred the petition of James M. Davis, reported as follows:

The Committee to whom was referred the petition of James M. Davis, have had the same under consideration, and report that saitisfactory evidence his been produced before them to satisfy them that all the statements contained in said petition are true, and therefore they report the following bill; and having performed the duties in this behalf assigned them, beg to be discharged from the further consideration of the subject:

A bill tor the relief of James M. Davis of the county of Talbot; which was read the first time.

M r. Tillman, of Tattnall, introduced a bill to legitimizeJane Marian Collins, wife of David R. Collins of Tattnall county, and to make her capable of inheriting from her