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Madison Express (Newspaper) - August 15, 1840, Madison, Wisconsin WYMAN The Rights and of Ifan IF PAIO IN ADVANCED 1840 27 From Magazine FIRST AND LAST DINNER com i yeaw had clasped and our friends pt their double as enough called with scarcely any But there came one din- which was darkened by a they never t to witness jr on very day their friend iin brother Yes p Rowland tho tho oracle of their little on ning h it ti J bL life upon a j fur h j mado of his pen in it wrong j 0 t ill of i v hich i into h tor p is out f i fr X bo living prefix to tho th bet at iho j ti e words it S 0 Cn 5 jo g IT VI O c -J r 5 O Ct j j nl ll s u to o j i tin St pli ti 1 A d K him i J i 1 Ull it ll w 1 t a ti fli ji I -y i 1 h of at- nMr d on lit ad a a u afar his Ii It VI i I 1 I I I 1 n 11 JO to to Cn W a tO O i 00 -J O O W j OC i -.1 D CO C O CJT 3 J W O r OJ a H it iii t nd a r i riy i- uil I- Vl u i t ill i il 1 t -i u i u tiling sill i l l ll en 1 il ai I il d u t i Sin -i i 1 I i Ill fiti I1 i -i 1 Hit mid tii n r MI b U tli ii ch iii fa tb i tb if 3 ir U tv tin i b id J HI It r S i n ilc V i If d r ii v the j 1 I1 i ii the r iii I ji t ni ira I -i ondy und info i ci t ran J to r i h i n ii und it i -i in J und r 1 iu d r fu s v i1 uk c 1 ui ii k dn i- and i d I ih in re- I l I i n i Mt hut il in r nt ni and it en f ll or li ul er th r mo tii At n i tin IL- v i JM u l li u at n i c r nnl nJl n th i i t LEGISLATIVE DIGS HOUSE OF AugusT 8 The Speaker appointed t Shofes and of the joint coi on tho part of this House under ho sixth of the joint rules and of the two Ordered that the Council be i ed therewith Mr Story presented two tions of inhabitants residing one tin M mid River pra inp tlut shall No 3 entitled A concerning taxes county fur the year was and being on ordering the to be for a third was decided in ihc Mr two petitions of tantt of Washington praying to be organ ued lot county ji J p were to he following select com with report on Monday neit Mi n Weils Shew and Conroe Mr Suctt wd the rule of thia d fnr purpose of enabling him o introu c without cue day's Anil and being railed for by Mr ore as Childs Newman ia thc accruing on t he n and ed a lo n bo fleeted Jor the o Ref to the on Internal On of Mr Sluw A bo ir bio r liis thi nor of tho Teintorj by an ict of tbr h 1849 an sict to provide fur u ding in the construction of the Rock River Canal to b sum of fifty thousand for the a ovu ob- Tint Hia cy the Governor I lie T of W -ico lie requited lo to thi what may be in posse v Inch to hich ts by Ibe L t si cii jn of t recited act is boon ind from of the same county against the contained in said petition Read and referred to the commit leo to ich the petition of of Washington county was referred viz Wells Shew Mr Whiton preauiifed a petition of in of Rock County praying that R M Cray Humes and S F nix mny 10 appointed commissioners to lay out a Road leading fiom Min oral Point to Luke Michigan Jones and Phc Humes Ferry aad the of Read ad laid on the table i The sneaker laid before thn House a ll f tl l n rr and nation of Samuel B Knat p Esq Cruson Slory aad Mr Street linn I 10 entitled A li II to un act judgment first arjA ond cime Mr moved thot the Said Se to coi ni on Judiciary Mi moved to iho motion to refer by the Monday Wh to and the question on the Thc House unt 1 3 o'clock P M 3 O'CLOCK P SI appointed to ni hu in answer lo a which wai read and laid on he tablo Tho speaker albO laid before a from the Executive en- closing tits relating lo the kee and Llock were read and On motion of Mr One thousand copies of the said Lnd were ordered to be printed Mr Sholes by leave introduced the joint committee on enroll No- entitled Resolution relating to ha to the ointment i the Supreme Fiscal b i fi i i of Win B Slaughter said and ic to ot the lor ion of Mr Conroe The eaid werr lEien in tho com- O Mr leavo tbe Mr Comoo in the chair and -a i ov l i in a d i i IT y I ill f t i I 1 h i One had i i n In i f t J i fy bu ilb n 11 I1 i in r and I r r li m i 1 l i D I ci i il r A J I 1 V u 1 1 1 1 U tj j v t I- 1 tl a ji Ml r I ft i f i 1 n 1 I f: r li li ri 01 si cl u J -i ibu i i n tli i i Ti n r ti v nn i 1 by lh 1 i I uf u i i li for in i 1 I iK n r ol il o r li ri r M 3 c b hi w ro i Ll i 1 i it I l O l n C O -1 Cn 0 Cr if ff -1 s W w Jt p CO and refill ions en- I r nScn joint in tuitions nt of thu of tbu Assembly passed at ils List to ihu dary litre appears to be nn im- td to the Houte with severally to be fora third reading Tiie bilia were severally ed to lie on until Monday next No 4 A relative to the Bank of ard N i 5 A to the county of enmity resolution from of of ruud the tirst and time iho ot that ho passed at ihu List tf tho ilive to the South ri the adm of Wit on 111 into lliu conj convention blu t diate formation of a State And w heriMS it is still Ihc o he that it ia form 1 Constitution and SUto or to admission into ih Union as an independent St te until the ern Boundary to via on- titled by of bo fully by tho t tho o- ict by this Council and I ouso Representatives of the Territory i f consin That it was not tho intc tion of this body to confer upon coi volition upon a specified ncy ia to meet any or ity to form a Constitution te Gov eminent but merely to take lawful ind constitutional is tl oy may deem and proper fur tl j of the Bonn ary by thc su or by in t propositions to tl 2 Stato to brin the c 5 H tcto f a B At Ihc last dinner and tho v -1 i- in i -um ivor of h twelve upon whose head to c i l lor iho I four und ton winters had showered ol tno a rv their utu his solitary meal It so d half 1 c chanced it was at his house and his table r d t the Star und I they had celebrated the In hia i wore in tin ir far too bud for eight and fifty t y cl 1 over years tho they had uncorked and which he was then to un- cork It stood beside him With u hand and reluctant grasp he took the frail memorial of a youthful vow and for u moment memory faithful to her office Sho open the long vista of buried yearn und Lis heart travelled heir icy Wool into all and they talked borne spring their bright und fervid that chill but not too frozen win tc r ho law as in a miror how one by one l tin could i ir if than J li ir jokes y a sort unii tin tht m and tho future is if century that Jay before tJi for a quiet successive to Tho fourth At r played with K n d a ind whist waa two only fit ee and waa the it was little moto than ry M play Their MM A l -J I f hold or their fading sight torpid between each the companions of that merry hour ut Richmond had dropped into Ho felt oil the loneliness of his for he had eschewed marriage and tho veins of no living ran a of blood whose source was in his own and as he drained the which he had filled to the of those who tho tears slowly down the furrows of his aged face He had thus fulfilled one part of hia vow and prepared to discharge tho other by sitting the usual number of hours at hia desolate With heavy heart he resigned himself to the gloom of h s own r sleep stole o- vi r bead till i pun bis images bis he babbled to was w hen his servant entered the room a- by a noise wl ieh he heard he his master stretched upon a carpet al the foot of the easy chair nut In had slipped into an Ha never spoke again nor once opened hn eyes though the vital spark was not till thi following day And this W 19 the A proprietor of a public rden in Philadelphia surprised the day at the betwixt the ej each night at the gate and the tent of his audience He sold the ets himself and yet there were a great ma ny more persons in the garden than could bi accounted for by the quantity of cash setting n double watch to ascertain the di he found that one of his pi liters had cut a hole in back fence fit ting a door to it and people were in at tho front at twenty cents a bead he was letting tiew in back gute for twelve and a was mart provoking to he proprietor of the luv ol aid And the should i hlo ia -U d from steps ur anyn have llu tt an adjustment of the ion to place in tho Slate lid out ot o ho General lent or u ca our That t ie moi thers of tion if IK bu holden not bf ti ae y for thur services Th s and on No M ore thj first and second ti no and to lh committee on To with to c n Mon Mi fiom con OR t bil's lull No 15 to bi e trussed lull to nr ao nn act LO for the of common and lor Mi the on Internal tu re tried a cral N 7 A b 1 to lor interest on tht sale of ic I Linds t c 1 me and on motion of Mr ow u be pi Tin being in Mr council faxe paf cda b II I nnd resolution ia in to I of viz Vo 4 a 1 lull to establish a Madison j lo No 1 i j tion relative to t And have concurred IR iho it of thia House to No 1 entitled A co i tho Supreme and District Mr Whilon from the o which I ihc subject Mas referred n ported NY 8 tled A relating to the dungs tjio gister of Deeds cf the county of Dane Which was read first and second I ne The House lookup the menace from l ie cil and Iho undermentioned hi 1 i solution the and second time No I Resolution relative to No 4 A to establish a territorial p id from Madison to Frankfort in Dodgo county On motion of Mr Childa b H No 5 entailed A o attach counly of to Da ie wua to the committee of the House No 6 entitled A t amend an act an act to the si of common schools and for Was retd the third time aH tit i thereof agreed to Ordered That tho Council he to cur in said b No 3 from the entitled hill to apportion the members of the of I to the several of the f waa rand third time SI Ie there of garden hia rival did by far iaw en- di d Y to ife towt of to town of was and No 4 A to establish a territorial road from to in Dodge county No 1 On of Mr Sholes The into the of Mr from the joint committee hieni the follow ing to be t rolled which was signed by the S to be presented lo thc Presid cil lo his signature viz An act to apportion the members of the of to the several counties of On motion of Mr No A to amend an fict concerning and executions referred to the judiciary committee was road the first and second time Mr Co iroe fiom the on en- grossed hills reported tho following to be county of be correctly engrossed entitled tions relating o the appointment of William B Slaughter Fiscal Agent On motion of Mr The eaid n were read the third passed the titlo thereof to by the special order of the the rutu it to be so read having been suspended for that purpose Air Story moved that the go into committee of iie on No 7 enti tied A to provide for staying the cst on the salt of tho Cannl Mr moved R call of the House whici was not ordered The ayes and noes being called ou the made y Mr Story were taken and were as Bracken Cruig Cruson Jenkins Longstreet man Kay Street and wa Hoyl gor Stevens a id The House then went into committee of the whole aid Mr ia the chair After a time the ro- the o thu House without ment with instructions to report on Monday next Mineral town Elk imd lo the town of Mr from the judiciary tfo lo h the subject uus tho following Tne co on ihc judiciary to was a A to amend an act and report tbe shortness uf tbe and the gi eat tance of the of bul it is in- expedient to consider same at present Tlie report adopted The Hou e adjourned until 2 o'clock P M 2 O'CLOCK P M Mr from the committee on s to which resolution reported a substitute for hich was read the follows addition to resolutions re- tho of Wisconsin into us a State nj proved January 13 On n of Mr Tho Hi went into committee of the he resolution and in No 3 relating to pointment of Win B Slaughter Fiscal aid relative to the Bank of Mr Wells t the amend ment to the Sir ike out st 1 2 and 3 and tlie SEC 1 tho interest due tho Ter of Wise insin from the of Lands f jr year 1840 being tho first year's accruing upon bonds heretofore to the Territory is of remitted aad d And question thereon On molio i of Mr McGregor The House COUNCIL UBDAY August 8 1840 The laid the Council a from the Governor on Executive business Which waa kid on tho table The following was received from tho Hous of 1 by tho thereof nt Tho House of haic concurred in No 1 of his Houg entitled A con- the Su and District with an in which I am di- to ask Iho concurrence uf Council And then he withdrew Mr Leaflet from the on engrossed Tails No 4 enti tied A to a road from Madison to Frankfort in Dodgo county The said biT read Iho time and the i being put on Thu bills from cil were read the first and second time en- titled as follows No 5 A to amend an act entitled an act to for tue support of com mon schools and for other purposes No 0 A to time of holding courts iii the second judicial dis and No 7 A to authorize the Milwaukee County to raise ino After a time thc committee ed the said und to the House with amendments Mr moved that No 4 be laid on the table which was decided in the negative The rci ort of thc committee then agreed to and the sa d and resolution were ordered lo be for the third g Mr from the select committee to ncy to repair certain roads named w as referred that part of the Govern Mr Conroe from tne on En- Dialing to failure in grossed bills reported No 8 cor- distribution of the laws engrossed entitled A rotating al session made a marked to the duties of thc Register of W which was accepted and the the of from tho further consideration On motion of Mr Sholes i of The said was read the timo i Nn the Council A N Mr and obtained tho unanimous consent of Council to amend tho same in thr enacting by ing out the words Legislative and inserting i i place thereof the Council and House of Representatives The hill then passed and tha read and agreed to Ordered the t the House of Represent ativea bj itcd to concur therein On of Mr Martin Ordered that the 44th of the Standing rules ba Jed and that Counci 1 do now proceed to the of Executive with opon doom The Council thereupon proceeded ta tho consideration Executive And the Executive bu sinew boing dia posed of JJf Wells moved a reconsideration of tho yes by which tho relative to adjournment was neg passed and the title thereof to by lo CiL a isl a real ftom tlon to the special order of the House he rule to in Dodge was on its fir al passage I read tho third lime whon Mr nh was inreed to prohibiting the some fiom being so road tho third whon Mr ob thc unanimous of be House to amend he by adding section 4 5 and 0 thereto The was then passed and title amended tj A to establish tain Roads wero then read this tl iid time find ed and the titles boon suspended for that purpose Ordered Council be requested to concur in the said b II On motion of Mr Street Ordered That the vote taken on No 5 entitled A tu tlie of to the county of be thereof to i 7 No 5 -A biil to tho of For Inge lo of Dane No 9 A b II to divide the town of i Elk Hoi n and to tho town of On motion of Mr Clulds The said was then considered in of the whole Mr in chair and after a short reported to the House with on amendment On motion of Mr The report of the committee was i Tht bi Is numbered 5 ed by sinking section No 3 in tbe No- 7 of and than asrocd to Hof ln Ordered the said KM be engrossed ot M for the third reading i No 5 A to amend an net Mr Sholes reported that the d acl to for Ho support of com Which was agreed to And the question being put on the of the resolution asked and obtained tho unanimous consent of the Council to amend thu sami by striking out Monday the 10th and inserting Wed inst ino for been to tho T vernor on to-day for hi approval viz i A of ho An act concerning thu and in second judicial District Courts and An act to apportion the members cf the House of the ral c of the Territory The message was received from the Council by their Secretary Mr Governor has no lifted the Council that ha did on this day approve of thc following viz An act concerning the Supreme and District courts and An act to apportion the members of the House of Representatives to the several counties of the Territory Mr Cruson gave notice that ho would on Monday next ask leave to introduce a to repeal an act entitled An act for the of insolvent debtors On motion of Mr Street The House adjourned OF REPRESENTATIVES August prevented a petition of the inhabitants county of ing that the law organizing said county may be repeated Mr presented a No 7 to the of Milwaukee county lo raise ey to repa r certain roads named No II A lo he county of Washington and for other purposes After st me time thorein tht com- ros and the without notion of Mr Bui No 5 was laid on table for the present BiJ No 0 was ordered to be read the third time and On motion of Mr No 7 was indefinitely postponed No 11 was ordered lo be engrossed for a third reading Biil No 2 entitled a to town of Like and to organise the town of Oak Creel returned from the Council with amendments was considered and the concurred in Nn S entitled A in Iowa county for tho yew 1940 up and on mot Me un laW on table until As of Decora next Mr from the on growed reported resolution 9 tft The resolution waa then and it was ordered that he concurrence cf the R bo ed On motion of Mr tho ment of the He use of tj 1 concerning tlu and District courts was taken up rend and t on cur red in Ordered the Honau of be ud thereof Me Mai tin rom the committee on the Judiciary ined to No 6 to change tho time holding courts in the second nidi cial district Which was road n first and second lime and laid on thc tablo to be printed On of Mr Wells Ordered tint so much of ho Standing rule a requires bills to be print cd being considered in of the whole rescinded during iLc ra mainder of thc session Mr Wolls p the claim of Jones for chairs furnished for use of Ass Referred to commit toe on claims Mr Wells ia accordance with notice given asked and obtained loare to duce No entitled a to author ise the Commissioners of Milwaukee county to money to repair tain roads therein Which woa read swond kid on the table the committee on t
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