2 edition of Documents accompanying a Bill for the Relief of Josiah H. Webb found in the catalog.
Documents accompanying a Bill for the Relief of Josiah H. Webb
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Documents accompanying a Bill for the Relief of Josiah H. Webb: presented the eighteenth December, Documents accompanying a Bill for the Relief of Josiah H.
Webb. Dec. 18, Ex. Does.: 11th Cong., 2d sess. 4 pp. Letters from Gideon Granger, Postmaster-General, endorsing the claim of the petitioner, who asks for a pension on account of a disabling wound received while employed in carrying the by: 8.
The bill, entitled “An act for the relief of Josiah H. Webb,” was read the third time. Resolved, That this bill pass. Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives accordingly. Bibb, from the committee, reported the bill for the relief of Thomas O'Bannon correctly engrossed; and the bill was read the third time.
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Received from the Senate a Bill to repeal part of an Act passed at Fayetteville,entitled, “an Act to empower the several County Courts therein mentioned to lay a Tax annually, not exceeding three years, for the purpose of erecting or repairing the Court House, Prison and Stocks in each County when necessary, &c.,” and a Bill for the.
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