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Madison Express (Newspaper) - August 15, 1840, Madison, Wisconsin WYMAN. The Rights and of Ifan, IF PAIO IN ADVANCED OLXJM3J1 1840. 27. From Biackwood'd Magazine. FIRST AND LAST DINNER. (com J.UDUU.) i. yeaw had clasped, and our friends k< pt their double llMtaivtTsarifs, as thi-y nptly enough called, with scarcely any percepiiWe But, alas! there came one din- las-t, which was darkened by a fclamity they never t xpcited to witness; jr on th.it very day their friend, coiripnn- iin, brother ulmost, w.is hanged! Yes p Rowland, tho tho oracle, of their little cinlc, on tlio mor- ning o1' 'h it forf ti J. bL life upon a j fur h ivtri j mado out: sin- of his pen in it wrong j .0 t' w..rJs ''ill of i xoli.iiigo v, hich i into lit-! h indj tor p is' -d out f i fr X bo living drannj tt.'nt prefix to tho him- th" bill bet p.U'l at iho b.iik- j th.jiit ti e words
U III1 r S IIIIIN >i. i h, 1849, an sict to provide fur u ding in the construction of the Milwat Rock River Canal to b >rrow llit. sum of fifty thousand for the a ovu ob- Ihfrrfore Tint Hia Evcolln cy the Governor o! I lie T. nitory of W -ico lie requited lo tip-niinit to thi H! what mfoinidtion may be in h.t posse v Inch rehitis to ID.UI hich ts .uithorizerl by Ibe L" t si cii jn of t oubove recited act, iin.iwhi.ih .is boon ffoctcd, ;ind iigent, luabeen from chijeiw of the same county against the prnjer contained in said petition. Read and referred to the commit, leo to w! ich the petition of 'nhnbi'ants of Washington county was referred, viz Messn. Wells, Shew iind.Conroe. Mr. Whiton preauiifed a petition of in. habilanls of Rock County, praying that R. M. Cray, Dnvid Humes and S. F. Phoe- nix mny 10 appointed commissioners to lay out a '1'eiritonal Road leading fiom Min. oral Point to Luke Michigan, vvia. Jones' and Phc SL'tilcmenls, Humes' Ferry aad the of Deluvuii. Read ;.ad laid on the table. -_ i The sneaker laid before thn House a .'ll. %v otrCCI, OUlnCliailu VVtuS f tl l n rr and Duwev, commum nation of Samuel B. Knat p, Esq. ssra. B'-arda'cy, Cruson, McGicsur, R'ly. Slory, aad Mr. Street linn introclucud Li: I 10, entitled "A li II to amoml un act cone.rmng judgment ftnd pxecutiun-." first arjA xcc- ond cime. Mr. Wlmles moved thot the Said bill Se to tli.1 coi, ni tlce on tl.e Judiciary. Mi. S.rcet moved to nnieml iho motion to refer, by the LuimmdiA1 .'i i. n! IT In'.I, y I JS.'HlI'111-t .ill f t. iX.ith i .'I 1-1 1 h i r! r-y. One had i (i n kid.-d In t'l ti.-j.iiii; i f I'.-i1, t J h1 h..d i i.i mJer fy bu ilb, n ,11" I1 i -IT iinr- in r and ftir.t! I..IKT l> I ,tli> r r. li m !i tl.ir 'i i'1 b> 1. :i l i ,ii] D I ci i' il r. A fuulh J I" 1 V. u 1 1 i] l'.l 1 !i 1, U lirj.tii tj j v t I- '1 tl a ji Ml r'J1 i: r l! I ft, 'i f i t.i'n is- 1 -li.lli-y n 1 gi-i I i.lnch, f: r li...; .li. ri 01 si ..ii-, cl u. J -i ibu tft- ist-i i i, n tli ,i' ,i Ti n wi1 u: r ti v nn P'IIH. i 1 by lh. 1. i I uf u i. i :t I.i-, li for in i.' ,1 I iK n r ol il o r i.i''s uhich li" ri Sjlj r M. 3 c n1 b 'ivath hi w, ro tvtiv i ..Ll i-i i', (.1 i it I ).l O l n _ C O S--3 -1 Cn 0 t? Cr if ff -1 s W w P3 'Jt p CO lowin.jiunt and refill ions en- I r "nScn" titli'u ''joint Kesoiuliiins in oxp! tuitions unic-nilmi nt of thu of tbu Assembly, passed at ils List to ihu Souther.1 Boun- dary.'' (litre appears to be nn im- td to the Houte with. severally oidurcd to be fora third reading. Tiie unttcrmoiiiiontd bilia were severally order- ed to lie on ihe Mlilc until Monday next, viz: No. 4, "A bill relative to the Bank of M.neral ard N i. 5, "A bill to Dllach the county of :o llie: enmity olDane." 'I'lie undernient.jned bill jtid resolution from uninni; ni.inj of tl'eci izcns of. d.o Cuunc.il ucie ruud the tirst and wcond time, iho Tcmtoij ot that ho ros- uliitioii'J passed at ihu List tf tho ilive Af.sui.Mv, reiiiting to the South ri UM! the adm 5sion of Wit.( on .111 into lliu conj convention .t.srn blu) t diate formation of a Coustitu State Govornincnt And w heriMS, it is still Ihc; o (he LfgH.iture that it ia inexptf form ,1 Constitution and SUto Jflvorn- mcnt, or to atsk admission into ih Union as an independent St; te, until the South- ern Boundary to via on- titled by tliu Oruinaiit-e of liiill bo fully rccognizc-d by tho partiia t( tho o- nginal conip ict, Theieture Resoh-ed, by this Council and I ouso Representatives of the Territory i f Wis- consin, That it was not tho intc tion of this body to confer upon titc coi volition uhieh, upon a specified ncy, ia authoiizud to meet, any poivtr or minor- ity to form a Constitution te Gov. eminent, but merely to take sue! lawful ,ind constitutional me-oiireH, .is tl oy may deem and proper fur tl j .idjjbtmi-iit of the; Bonn, ary, by C.mgri'ss .ip'in thc su' or by in t propositions to tl 2 Stato to brin abjut .imio.ili'j the ohjcct lesircd. c; 5 H. tcto f a. B At c.im Ihc last dinner, and tho v .-1 i-, in i iifi.iu.iMi3- -um ivor of (h twelve, upon whose head to c i. !i l lor iho li.'tiolh I four bco.-e und ton winters had showered ol tno (a rv their SIIOH, utu his solitary meal. It so on.p, d, unic'i half .1 c. ntury chanced it was at his house and his table r, d ;t the Star und I they had celebrated the firht. In hia eel- i Ripht wore in tin ir far, too, bud rc-miiined for eight and fifty '.t !li y cl 1 chwrily over years, tho buttlo uhiuh they had uncorked, lecorkod, and which he was then to un- cork iig.iin. It stood beside him. With u fecblu hand and reluctant grasp he took the frail memorial of a youthful vow, and for u moment memory wns faithful to her office. Sho Ihrow open the long vista of buried yearn, und Lis heart travelled 'heir icy Wool into vjirnu-r ihrougli'lhcm all. and blithe- thcjr M-HIS. they talked borne spring their bright und fervid au- that tiiiaii; ibeir chill but not too frozen win. tc r; ho law as in a miror how one by one JL-.l l tin ibij could scaicclv 'i ir if "i.ioru than hujf cr-.tki J (li ir jokes, uonK withdifiicul- jnibli'd, th- y ch-itlfred, tht-y a sort i.f stiango unii tin tht m, and tho future is if -ay century that Jay before Jii-t tJi.. niiiriber for a quiet tareo successive ItheJ? to rcme and District with an ameniinient, in which I am di- rected to ask Iho concurrence uf Council." And then he withdrew. Mr. Leaflet, from the commiltee on engrossed Tails, -reported bill No. 4, enti. tied "A bill .to ..-atablish a Torrttoriul road from .Madison to Frankfort, in Dodgo county." The said biT read" Iho Uiird time, and the i uottian being put on Thu andermentioned bills from theCoun- cil were read the first and second time, en- titled as follows No. 5, A bill to amend an act entitled an act to provide- for tue support of com. mon schools and for other purposes.' No. 0, A bi.! to tiip time of holding courts iii the second judicial dis. and No. 7, A bill to authorize the conunis. sionersof Milwaukee County to raise ino After a iliort time thc committee report- ed the said bill und resoultion to the House with amendments. Mr. Hi'icken moved that bill No. 4 be laid on the table, which was decided in the negative. The rci ort of thc committee wns then agreed to, and the sa d bill and resolution were scveially ordered lo be engtossed for the third g. Mr. Slioies from the select committee to ncy to repair certain roads tliferem named." whlc" w as referred that part of the Govern Mr. Conroe, from tne commiltee on En- or.s Messilie Dialing to tlio failure in ihe grossed bills reported bill No. 8 tojje cor- distribution of the laws pnssed icctly engrossed, entitled A bill rotating al the.lilsl session made a re-port (marked to the duties of thc Register of W which was accepted and the eornmiltee the coaniy of dischar-fed from tho further consideration On motion of Mr. Sholes, i of A1'1 I001' The said bill was read the thin! timo. i Nn' 4.'from the Council, cntillccl A N Mr. Arndr and obtained tho unanimous consent of Council to amend tho same in thr enacting clauao by strik- ing out the words "Legislative and inserting i i place thereof the "Council and House of Representatives." The hill then passed, and tha titfo read and agreed to. Ordered, the t the House of Represent. ativea bj rcque itcd to concur therein. On motioi of Mr. Martin, Ordered, that the 44th of the Standing rules ba euspen Jed, and that Counci 1 do now proceed to the of Executive busiuesa with, opon doom. The Council thereupon proceeded ta tho consideration Executive buaineat. And, the Executive bu sinew boing dia. posed of, JJf. Wells moved a reconsideration of tho vdto yes crday by which tho olution relative to adjournment" was neg. passed, and the title thereof ogrecit to, by lo CiL a isl) a torntonal real ftom Ma- "tlon rdative to adjournn the special order of the House, (he rule to Pr.mkfort in Dodge was uttved on its fir al passage, .1...____e. _- ___i I read tho third lime, whon Mr. nh. Vvnicn was .inreed to. prohibiting the some fiom being so road, tho third :ime, whon Mr. Wliiicn ob. tallloU thc unanimous consi-nt of (be House to amend he bill by adding section 4, 5 and 0 thereto. The bill was then passed and tlio title amended tj rc-ad "A bill to establish cer- tain Terr.toriul Roads." Tliti undcrtnentioned wero then read this tl iid time, find' ed, and the titles boon suspended for that purpose. Ordered, Tjiat Council be requested to concur in the said b II. On motion of Mr. Street, Ordered, That the vote taken on bill No. 5, entitled A bill tu a't.ich tlie cot'nty of Poi'tatre to the county of be 10- .conbidi-rcd. thereof to, i 7. No. 5, -A biil to Hfach tho cojnty of For Inge lo llie eouniy of Dane." No. 9, A b II to divide the town of i Elk Hoi n, and Wliito to tho town of On motion of Mr. Clulds, The said b.'l was then considered in corrv niittee of the whole, Mr. LJ.Ilings in lh for the third reading. i No' 5' 'A bill to amend an net cnutled Mr. Sholes reported that the undermen- d" acl. to rovide for Ho support of com Which was agreed to. And the question being agaiu put on the pass.ige of the resolution, asked and obtained tho unanimous consent of the Council to amend thu sami by striking out "Monday the 10th instai and inserting "Wed. nesdaytbu inst." ino" bcl'oc for otller tioncd bills'had been presentt'd to tho Go- ,T _ vernor on to-day for hi. approval, viz i No io. 1, concerning tlu Supn-iue and District courts" was taken up, rend, and t on cur red in. Ordered, thi.I the Honau of tvGK be inforn ud thereof. Me. Mai tin, ,'rom the committee on the Judiciary, obti ined leuve to tndlroduco bill No. 6, bill 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 motioi of Mr. Wells, Ordered, tint so much of (ho Standing rule a; requires, bills to be print. cd boibra being considered in comtnittco of the whole, 1-3 rescinded during iLc ra. mainder of thc session. Mr. Wolls p -esented the claim of Al- bsrt Jones for chairs furnished for use of Lofiihlalivo Ass ombly. Referred to commit toe on claims. Mr. Wells, ia accordance with notice given, asked and obtained loare to intro- duce bill No. entitled "a bill to author, ise the Commissioners of Milwaukee county to rais< money, to repair tain roads therein natflod." Which woa read tutd swond tiiD4y kid. on the table. fyom the committee on "Reaoluflon t
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