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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 9, 1849, Alton, Illinois infirm In he retained his mental facul lies to tho TJho question of jurisdiction maybe rlis seil of In few independenf of any JERSEY It alTords us much gratification to lay bo fore oiir rtadiM iHtv fog If the siibjuol of tho suit bo iho snSUmust bo commenced In the of un less she Is aullioilzed by special to commence It else n suMect of this Jiuft Is lobairaridthii bill1 was properly tiled iillng and wo shall be obliged to hlnij fore il as a that question is waived by for Ibe additional Information he voluntary and flllng a do for a future Were some theTlS of our friends in every the n tho mode poinledoutby iThojutis Telegraph toVavor tho ilalliticsof Iheir roipcctive even somewhat more ill detail than our pro tenl correspondent has they would not only Impalt additional value to lur but promote their personal interest by calling Ihe attention of such as ma be seek ing a new location to the place ami Ihns hasten its not lomo of our readers in he counties of Ma take the and act upon il Ihc approaching close of the session of our will leave our columns free for the admission of communications j and we know of no subject more generally or more acccp table to a true son of ban fair ac count of Iho prominent features which dis tinguish this beautiful anil of Iho sit local rapid ofits numerous towiiaand Jim EDITOR a few moments of I improve them b giving you a slight view of mailers and things in general and some things in Our village u Ihe county town of Jersey and derived its the Immense number uf people who emigrated to this neighbor hood from tho Slato of New Jeisc J he situation of our town ison the gital tho roughfare from Alton to and tuenty links from Iho former Ihe land near luwn Is generally the richness ol u hoso soil cannot be surpassed by an in ttho and is yielding U owners a very largeper in tho fanners are all gelling llioro aro here some six or seven all selling goods very and lo all appearance Increasing in proper ly 1 his list of stores docs not tticluilo the furnishing slorc of Mr D Q U always at and ready lo watt on his customers in furnishing them with stills from the crown of the the sole of the according to Ihe latest Eastern and ver cheap for cash All kinds ofbiisiiiess of Ihe court over tlio subject matter of tho suit was also undoubted Tho Court of Chancery may grant as well as remedial and this may be dona where the act threatened would be punish ible unifer the criminal laws as a It was admitted that the court may preront of remove a private and it fa e qually clear may do so where Hie affects tho public al hough it Is not always bound to interfere In either No better case could bo desired to Illus irate tho necessity of this than Iho one before the herb threat ened would amount to a the rem udy offered by a criminal prosecution would ue entirely inadequate to tho protection of tho public franchise the vvoiks once It is admitted on all that no human power could ever remove anil such are tho interests involved on the one that the prospects of a which 01 nld bofollnncd by a light pun present no sufficient terrors to re strain the Dul the important quos tion presented by this record whether the works in progress nouid amount to a nuhanco It is admitted that Iho object o these works and tho effect will to entirely obstruct tho eastern channel of the river flowing between the main Illinois siiore and Bloody Island The together the as well oV all Iho contemplated are en tinly ulthin this Tho principal channel of the m with about fire eighths of the passcss west of Bloody Is and this channel Is used for oil nrdlna purposes nf passing up and Suppose one Slate or nation guaranty or grant to the citizens or subjects of Ihe right of freely Iravelng one of Its pub io roads would It be denied that such Stale ir nation might narrow or change Iho Ion of such provided ils free and coin mndioilk paisage nas not Interrupted hero It Is the substance of the rightlrut Is p be and when that li of complaint Theseve al Stiles within their onn jurisdlc dowhelevor they please with this so they do not Infringe upon these lor otherwise violate the rights of This power isjicccssary to tho for ho proper management of tlrelf own do nestle and has been habiluull exercised by over their first forml They may change ho of his or even stop of Its eon csiedly whenever they Mid It nccesiaiy to their own well ho seme as any other bighvv taking care hat they leave a free navigation to those who have a right to navigate In the case before l Admitting eastern channel o be un questionably and hence a part of the highu this Stale has the right to fill it up and unite the Island with Iho If the main channel Is still lift navigable for one dais ol anothen Should we the ilver Is not J ses cannot I same rule should we have those of the river so ilroqg that bey by sjeambolts are not only capable of navl of and the other 1 he only feasible and pr In hold all points of the Inch may be navigated sn was nene o o a boy lu a toy a young lady In a fanny or a falser set to chooso between bags or a miser set to chooso between bags of gold unequal as he cannot study every thinsiisnd as ihe Is perplexed la wheie all is is lia ble to and fold his arms In despond i ally read Iho and Via AblllibametW Ihe interest Intvs udy and a bill to incorporate the LoM dlsIs and Illinois Drliigt Com Vessels habitually In use he i p lain ii pen to free and uninterrupted in doing private property should be compensation wpuld have to be first made for Ihe exercise of such l at this or some other might bo indispensable for Iho terminus of a Rail road or or some other public Without this this jurisdiction of tho Slates over this portion of their territory nould not be worth Iho It requires no vivid imagination to see in the future Ihe immense that are to spring up all along both banks of this from its source to its which willbe of Im nbtonly to tho States In which they are and thelocal inter ests In their out tn Ihe gene ral navigation of the and all by the exercise of the power by the Slates over this great deny is to ijeny the right of improve as well as the power of The absolute neccsiity of this power may be II lustratcd by many familiar such as tho improvement of Naples in Iho Illinois the river and nearly as navigable in one part as an If the then right to navigat goes th hen ato and col edbyonoclais iherl cable rule ver navigable class of owners of tho hardly AUinined that It would be denied part ofjbo lo bavo no equenlly who Ihe if result would do I Imagine ency IUCT January from tho com plllee on reported back a bill move Iho scat of government to Ico with vvlilcll were concur li in amendments were then of fered to tho jeotVi to tho bllj afier whole sub ai ordered to liapu Ihe table until th other neatly a and U would lie responsible for any darnago which a boat might sustain by running upon Iho works complained and yet would nol be Iho ifttho a lo M light to erect is no mid die ground on this ThOiEasleni channel is either a part uf tho high or II Is If it then Ihcie crcc tions infringe upon the puhllc and are a and If U Is then Ihe ublic havo no easement and cannol c justified In encroaching upon tho cxclu sfvo property of the Either Iho public confined Ip Iho of i extends n ver ev ery part of It which Is capable of bo The we have icen must be the Each one who navigates has therlghl lo ohoosa the channel which suits without question from sny subject to be sure to certain uta tntory We cannot entertalpa doubt that IhoEasterrichanherof tbeMlil sissippl between Bloody Island and tho main is in and vvilhin the meaning nf the and a part of the common hiqhw We have sought iri vain for a satisfactory Goliil a discretion to continue urdis solve the as it might deem most conduciv o to the public Had vv that should not hesitate this decree for if wo were permittedto form an we could not jn Ing fromthefacts as agreed upoi ho would deny the right oflho Slato to compress the water into a narrow a mpress nd thus deepen Ihe channel Btit because Iho Slato may do his in its soier eigncapaoitj It does not follow thai any in rn dov VIRl hilt drinking cxcepted Mechanics of ited seem if all deter to be proa I lions aie but not uiough Io supply the watits in heir respective In tie General in their great mej cj thought nnper no me titiiQ stnctJ to esta blish a 1u tofllco in our fur shall be free on Homo few oar has rolled mid turn citizens of the bled about from ptaco to place until its reci pi i ut s hare been obliged lo hire pilots In or tier to finJ its and for the ben of al t u 11 inform thorn its present location laoh In a rail Ven about ten feet nnd one door south uf the Blacksmith used RW oo cunied at present as a Lawyers a besides bo ing a distributing oUlce fur Unclu Sums great Western Ita prenent incumr bent Is a and would ho alto mi to Hie business of the ofilce the people would be In my I wilt give j on a xkelch ofthe morals of this intelligent coinmniiilj tho ef fectt and Influence of the order uf the Sons of 1 tho genoral good feoling and prosperity that prevails among slonal men of all clasaes tho iiuinber of re iRJnus Boclotles the num uer of candidates for Californiai jii such ageneral lescrjptlou of the and pNiplelhntlif businena or should call you into tlieso you would know the i place without Inquiry T while tho channel can only be navigated with B small class of and with keel and bargesj although itt a very high stage of it is safo Tor tho very largest clacs oft and In a very low utnRO it is hardly navigable at but isuscil for ing Although Ihe MisMsufppi ilvor is what s termed bj the common a navigable yet t is so In and has been declared to bo and recognized as such by numerous treaties and many public While Its and western border be It was declared in the fourth Hcction of the treaty of the United States and that that the nav iRiillon of the salJ Mississippi In its whnlo Us source lo Iho shall be free only lo hU subjects and the y lo n United d unites he shall extend his ptivilege to the subjects o i ther powers by special U idled States nt And by Ihe fourth article of tho ordinance of it is provi ded that the navigable waters leading into tho Mississippi and and the carrying places Ihe him bo common highway and foreyer as w ell to Iho said Ifirrilury to the l over whose land th w thai any in e rirer judg n In this may do ihe Siaie may shut up r abolish a public road running my if I obstruct tt without the anc Ion of I erect a although the oad may be entirely unnecessary Ihese are erected with the license and ap of the soilover hich tho eastern channel and the cnie must therefore be considered procUcly as If Ihe worlts were beinp erected b the owneri ihomselves fully1 recognize heir right lo make any erections on their own which do not infringe upon the lubhc But they have no more ight tn erect a nuisance in Ihe public high than if the titlo to the land was tn the It Is not for hut for Ihe State to whether the whole of a pub Ic highway is necessary for the public ao commodation or Hence ft has been repeatedly held that any erection or obstrnc ton placed In any part of a public road or which deprives tho public of Iho use of any port Is a Tn Hart VB Iho Mayor of 9th Justice Sutherland The public are entitled lo the use und enjoyment of thu n hole of a and no indli id ual can appropriate aporlfonof it ID his own exclusive and shield from re Kponslbllity to the by saying that enough is still left for the accommodatiou of that the best interest of tho as a would be thereby But that the CBSO could bo expressed as and others mlghl The discretion In volved li vested In another branch of Iho We are uot at liberlyto look A thenc genera results Indeterminlugwhe ther these works would amount lo a nut The or Attorney Gene may very proper have considered it on imperative dut y to protect uhe rightsi of the Slate against leaving It to the the question petly to layiwhethertpermtsilon Bhould be gUen to proceedwith thcic It is not every pfirpresturo that amounts oanuisoncej and If it does when the interposition of a Court of r Equity is it will lake upon itKelf to whe iherraUthlngs the interests of the Stale would bo promoted by iln intcifor IMhey the Court will refuse its But if purpreMuro amounts to a then the Court cannot inquire how the public good may be but will and abate or restrain the sance2 Story Eq for the Court cannot sanction a public It must be nnderstpod that a Court of Equity in all cases of public nui Interpose its extraordinary On 1 a resolution was adopted c alii if g upon tho Govehiorfoi Information In rqjaliou tOjthe salaries paid to the Trustees and oilier ofilce of the II linols and Michigan froOi Ihe committee onJu dlclaryt bill the Prose cnttng of tho aud ninth Judicial Circuits to jet for in ceitain Ordered to a third Jwliljfrom committee on Incnrpora reported back a bill to Incorporate the Chicago Savings and Insurance with which were concurred and bill ordered to a third Qn motion of Ing thBilenlh Judicial taken The vote mi the of the bill was and bill referred to a se lect committee of one front each Judicial f from committee on Tt reported back a till relating to the Bank of Illinois with an which allows Ihe assignees till the lit of Janiiarj lo wind up Its Amendment concurred auil biil ordered to bird read i from committee on Fir repotted back a bill concerning Iho public Vvith amendments which were In and on motion of Iho Senate teiolved itself Intor a commftleo of the to take hesnm6 under Aflorsevcral amend ments had been proposed and he committee and TAmcndmehls concurred andbill ordered to third read i t ji on introduced a bill tVlncorhnKofe lholOrandfDlvlidrt if Ihe Sons of Temperance of Ihe Slate uf and Ihe subordinate Divisions thereun lo T j on introduced a bill to incorporate Ibe Chicago and Goko Company Ilefcrrod lo the committee nnd i a bill lo Incorporate Iho Firemens Uofcvolent Association of tho oily of Chi Referred to Iho same on bill supplemental lo tho several laws now In force iti this Slato relative to tho Referred nlhe committee k election Vf for an net to pay the ajplnt tjonj Iniltee hni OfftoTzeho Win Railroad Company to complete Ihteir roatl through hi Slate Iho question paiiageVtKo bill J cf1 I Vri leftveJiiSiodiiaedft relation o actions for Referrtd to UIB Judiciary to incorporate tbo Mississippi Hydraulic and Manufaclliriiip Referred to tbo commilteB on Banks and on tntroiluced a btlhfo on ntroiuce a o Incorporato Iho Salisbury TlonkroaiV Judges of ha Supremo Com by the whole1 Referred totheJudiciary commit j i if on Inirniliiced a btll lo establMi and maintain Common Ktferrcd lo commideoon f i moved o take up a resolution from the Senate fixing Iho 12th of Fobrua rv for nays tin introduced a bill to in corporate a coinpany to construct a plank road front camora to a pla Helen red orate tbo Missi ejteiUtmMo iccuro freeipersons A up and concurred on bljl for an act to complete the Slate ferrert lo Ihe committee on Public and others This law lYadnifntsfered In Its fullest ex tent in G and seems to be the gen erally admitted with some few cx materials tempora and hoae of any ulher Mato tlmt may be rily in tlie In be uneil in ureU ad mil ted Into tho withoui any Ing a building leaving sullicltmt room for or duly U an ini tho paHsnge ol the public on the oilier EilantJnquiiy what kind of And the taw seems lo be quite tenacious Ihe several and of of tlio public in navipnble riv which and lu The may cxercino over hitch port of Uiem 31 Enghih H the subject wns as arc their and I he cases out violating lights thutf secured to the ro viewed and that although a citizens is certainly a deli public by an erection in a cate question and in il ia by public benefit powers for If ordinary are equal to the redress must but vvhcnj as in this Iho nut sance could never aiid Iho public rightscould ueveriafterwprds be enjoyed the Court not evade its manifest as pointed out hy the but must and in interpose Its restraining powers It is the the Government to determine whether of Ihe and Ihe Interests nf the works to we might be of opinion that it would eminentlypromote the public HOUSE on Introduced a that the Governor be rcquosled to furnish lo Ililsnonsethe number of ccrs employed on Ihb Illihnis and Michigan the amount andlheftiud frbmwhich the same is Denio proposed nn which was accepted as a and Ihe re solution wasadnpicd On motibnofMr the Secretary requested tofurnlsh thoJus tlces of the Supreme fjourl with copies oj Ihe Revised and Scammons and Oilmans blllsvverd severally read tho se cond to a third reading and llje among were tntroduced on viz By lOprovhle fop the pay ment of grand ininonoy By Pngp lo yaeale State By to regulate fees of juries By Darneille to provide for tho pro tection of lines of fence By Kellogg lo incorporate the town of By ShertnanMo Incorporate the Chi cago and Lako Michigan Fire aiid Insurance By Maxwell toatnenil attachment By Mr Abend in relation to Courts and o the committee on Internal Improvements On motion of the House resolved ilsclf into committee of the whole upon Ihe bill In incorporato tho Mississippi rimlAtlniilic Rillroail Lin dcr In the The question being takenon tho rabtioii to strike out the enacting and advocated the and opposed Iho motion lo strlko and Pickering advocated the mollouto strike op1 posed the The commiilce reported the bill back to Ihe aud lecouiuieuded Us and Denlo op Mrssrs btarkvvoathcr and Coo per advocated Us passage m somo Ihe vole bung nays SEVATE from ihe com millco on Jndii rrported a bill o incnr poralosnndr Plank Road Re ferred to committee of Iho from Ihe committee on reported a bill lo amend Ihe 93J uhapler of Revised Laidohlhe I frcm a joint select commit who visited Iho mado a On vvai Uld on Iho table and or dcrcd to be reported a bill to provide for Ing Iho Ordered to a third rr t i H v introduced a bill to regulate the Mri on leavoTtplrqduccd a bill for ah act to Incorporatetho Palestine and Ion Railroad committee on Banks and Introduced a bill for u actjo provide for thorJRhtof way foj iiirposci therein toktho ncxfi coiiiuiltlee on Internal t iThttriiay Fet SnriATi from Ihe com miltceon reportedbackbit a House bill relating duties and fees of Iho Secretary i it 1 On niotion of joldl reift lullon was instrucllog he Secretn ry of Slate to cause all the laws ofia gener al passed at lha present session of lobe published In Iho Stato Register and Illl thereof shall not exceed lo each jn to be pi 1 Illinois ImmediMrly provided the Mr Ames oflercd a proposing lo amend Ihe striking out of Ihe same ihe 14th which colored persons from settling In the Rfjeo rd person noes l Tho bill directing the mannerofbrlnnhij asalnsl the and the bill Iho charier of Ihe Alton andtSangamqu Railroad Company were leverftlly read tho Ihlrd lime and 4 lf On motion of printing of acts and special red lo Ihe commlllce on Refer iry to well Ihe rights and ben from the act complained yet ill vvvlfare to fill up ilv intlyprot e Easter n and secured to the of all tho constituted no defense to an indictment for as the powers and jurisdiction of the aevothq In The ral States over the portions of this great 41 English within their several the defendant had erected a Tho opinion of tho Supremo In the celebrated Dike for which wo ore Indebted Io the Missouri Republlean of Friday may be found iiiVanother col and U reoommeniled to the attention of suohof our readers as are Interested in thu decision of the 3JTho back mails aro hpglniilngto Oirthe rif iho we icoclveil a bolch of froin ami ofdates tanging from Iho first Monday of Decembe to the middle of January and sundry copl ot ijpjy be ofthe Pi hourly looked and will probably reach before nnr day of r Since the above vvas wo as goodorder as lfmalled ouly day four papers from clmiallthe the Ihe and Ihe Tlrhesof Ihe 7lh of cernberi all cpiilalning iho and olher intelligence of a dalo equal y The of the Jour nali i which are slill willdoublless long one of these colored man named Samuel Jen departed tills life n Ihe 4ih of January at Ihe advanced U6 Me was born a tho of of Faltfox drove his mailers protli jn the memorable campaign of in which Bfaddock and re nalned in service until in Upon the wiinin invir buvurai he determination of he one settles the the power of Ihe Stales over his or by Iho guaranty of ilglils the common citizens of tho But for tiiol tho sovereign power rof he Slates over the portions the river withlp Lhclr tho same be over any other of Ihcir id this common right guarantied lo all What benefits were Ihey to derive from and the privileges they were to enjoy object be was Iho urqihbllon of rights scpured aro The Stales pan which will substan tially abridge those hut may uVnny Ibliig vvlijch will thai which they could but for out this the States might treat Ihtir limits as a highway if made a their control and jurisdiction over il would be the same as over any other of their This guaranty of rights to Hie citizens of other mado be fore Ihe creation of any of the Stales through or between which U may be oil preplsely a if It wore a grant madesnb scquont or a Ihc of Ihfir forma The ordinance Itself does not declare Ihe Mississippi river lo bo a common high and forever froo to all Die of ihe but the waters lead ing ilito common right of Iho free navigation of lhal was considered as already exislingi and Ihe extent and nilure of that from the provlilon in relation lollio tributa ai all w ere undoubtedly Intended lo be placed on the samo There are re ilrjcllons upon Ihe Slates to be that should never be closed against the citizens of Ihe other Slalcjj anil that ho or ihouh be exaeled of them for Iho navlgallon o Ihese no material 01 created by Ibe wharf between high and low oil a navigable Ihe etTect of which was IP deepen Iho centre of tho river and inprove the general ilefi it to Ihe juty to whether the wharf occasioned any hindlaneo or imped navigation any description ofvesseis icd that Ihey were not to take consideration the circumstance a bcnetll had resulted to tho general navigation of Ihe by Ihe rnud channel of Ihe river being as proved by Ihodefendants thin last considered by may be thought to go too It to he he well sellled rule in prosecutions for that Iho defendant oannpt set or even resulting lo the public for he erection of a real and strnction ina public road or In other privatecitizen may not take the public welfare iiitohisbwn justi fy himself for such a violation of some of Its under a plea of a geneial The proposed aro unquestionably of such a character as amount to a nui If Eastern channel ho a partqf Iho public for they would destroy il and tho Court has notlhe dis cretion to excuse eveu on account of a greater benefit which might accrue lo the Wo must then address ourselves to Ihe Inquiry whether this channel is naviga this alone can wo determine whether lha public havo an easement The facts agreed upon that for all craft which usually navigate the ex cepl and even for a small clan of Ihia channel Is navigable at an pr diuary stage of Not many years all the commerce of this river was carried on in boats which might navigate this channel as well as and luch s the case how to a consideiable This channel a Tunis much heller navigation permanently unite Bloody Island with he innhi It improbablethat he Legisla ture might think il would be belter for the interests Ihe let the water work its and accomplish whatis anticipated ill lio report of onopf the and chango the main channel of tho river to the East of Iho Island If such a result caliche prevented by Iho cxetclso of any legitimate power by tho owners of the banks being washed as by reveling wo think lhal the Slate could but prppiiely and self well as public should have 16 Ihe proper rities before any attempt vvasjnade to 511 up and destroy channel of tho rircr situated entirely within the It has not been our purpose to go beyond avigation es in the Illinois ant Ohio and probably many n the best water In many plac service iinill ill Upnn the are created by lie Illinois ami unio aim proojury many lealh ef his lyhicii occuired about whose limits Ihoie livers Ihu tributaries of tbo case before and the qu MO go I inestion grow Ing out of end with in our dUcusslonof the rights of lio Slates within whoso jurisdiction tho Missis le sippi and Its navigable tributaries and of the rights of indlviduils over whose lands they flow for it must be apparent lo every reflecting Ilia many imuoilant questions mnitarlsej well the rights and interests of cpinmnnitles and as of from etTect produced by Ihe ever action of this mighty torrent which is constantly changing Its in seeking a shelter way lo tho In the settlement of these questions the greatest consideration will be It be denied thai the as has a right lo one of the channels of this lying en tirely within Ms own and which Is a pait of the public shall not be do slroyed without her The Legisla ture is Ibe proper department to judge what Ihe Ibe Slate require or may per mit and tt Is ami Dpi to the this appeal must be for a sanction of a permission lo erect these The decree of Ihe Circuit Court must be with and a decree entered making the injunction pei Judge who this look no part in this Evinor An Intelligent vri ler lavivnaiiy a man of fine Intellect has fill tered away his hours of Improvement from The Geld of knowledge was ill before him in which to his object very inogultuJe jnJ vaiiely ofiuljecs By Thomai to amend the forty so cbhd By the flflynlnlh chapter of the Revised Laws of committee on Public Accounts ond reporled a bill for an act making appropriations for the pay of from the commlltco on Elec repoitcd a bill for an act tp provide for voting by On motion of House went iiilo cominlllee of Iheiwholeupon the Mississippi and Atlantic Yales tlid Liiider rnovcd to strike en acting clause of the j Keating look the and went to a lengthy argument In opposition privislfinbf the hlllauthorizlng Ihelcrmlnt allon of Iho proposed road at Illinoittown opposite pro pusitlqn that it Ii Iho July of Stato lo huild towns and cities her own Cooper fnllpweil on Ihoopnosilo side contending that Ihu interest of Ihe country winch Ihe to bo demand it should Louhand said the company would hot accept Ihe char ier and invest their money In the road if II was IP bo taken to r Tho debate was further continued by McDonald In favor of tliubillj and by and a gainstil after which Iho committee and obtained leavo lo sit Tuttilitiit January following bills vverq se verally read Iho third and Glllcspkintroduced a bill In amend tho incorporation of Iho Allon 1iie and Mailne Insurance Referred to Ihe committLo nn s Stuart introduced a bill lo incorppr ate tho Merchants Mutual InturancetCam Ruforred lo the eoinmitteo on Incor t Mr Cloud Introduced a bill to emend Iho chapter of Revised Referred On mollnu of a House bill regu lating the terms of In the first Judi cial was laltcri amended and On notion of a House bill lo incorporate the Mississippi nndAtlantio Railroad was taken up and ro ferrcd lo n copnilittco of Ilio whole On motion of Iho Sonato resolved itself a the to consider Iho Juddin the a substitute to the which is act of ineorpora lion defendid his and that In his opinion this Legislature had np constitutional right nor authority to pass a special acl of when to pas n he ob or coiini Intel in A bill providing for Iho collection of the re venue on forfeited properly a bill to amend Iho act regulating foes anil a bill lo Incorporate Iho Bellevlllo Life and Fire In surance Coinpany a bill lo incorporate Iho Chicago Savings Company abill requiring Ibe 1roieculliig Attorneys of Iho eighth ami ninth Judicial Circuits lo perform ceitaiu duties a bill for Ihe relief of iho assignees of the Bank of Illinois a amend the acts concerning Ihe public revenue and a bill establishing Iho tenth Judicial the Houie bill lo amend the interns laws of the allowing ten per ctmlmn on alt money loan Tho bill concerning marrlsges was also read the third and rejected The Chair Uld before Ihe Sannte com munication from tho Governor In relation lo Canal lands sold under on Ihe Gear introduced a bill o amend the school laws In relation to the common school Referred to tbecpoimilteoon lands aud The Chair laid before the Senate a com mullication from Ihe Governor relating to the salaritt of Ihe Board and of in to Iho I jects could be reached a general lio thought tho original bill could ho Incor porated under a general law and that the placed upon Ihis Lenjilatliretho pass a general act of inoqrpnra aiid then would bo no special le Ho spoke with very slroncargumontsin defense of a general and spbke in favor of building towns vtithln our own borders and pi reaping tho benefits Gillespiej and on the aftor and had leave ft sit again tho bill was made Ihe order for to marrow at 3 diiced a billIP act in relalioti to Ihe duties and feos of Secretary of nnd ilimlnUh Iho public Read Ihrec limes and i m On motion of Ihe Senato bill grantlnga charter lothe Charles branch Railroad was taken lead three times and d on Introduced a hill in relation to adverlliing SheriflV from a committee op Banks and Corporations reported back nut a bill far an acl to chaiige the limits of Iho city of Laid on Ihe fromthe Judlclaiy reported a bill irKulatlng terms of Cinrt in the first Judicial Tho bill was read Ihreo limes and froni on and to which had been referred a bill for an net tu authorize general Banking repotted a Lluder made come remark In oppo sition to the Fubttilule and motion it was laid on Ihe yeas nays On original bill was laid on the yeas 38 nays from the committee to which the same had been reported back to Ihe Houte a bHl for an act to prevent Ihp migration of fiee persons of color IP this and recommended to strike out the enactinfi Morris addressed the House in oppo cillnn lo Ihe mriilon In strike out On motlrtnof wholesnb jecl wasltid mi Ihe table mill lha of Ju ly nexlyeot nays On n of bill for an acl wit miniun VI nw jjcuwj solved ilsclf Into a eommlltco of to consider a bill foran acl lo Incorporate IheiMissisilppi and Atlantic Railroad Garni Judd In Iho chafrf The question the subilltoteof fered by Rountroofi Hardyi addressed the commitleeln anil UlclimrM On the oomnmicpiuawf and had leave to sit verally read Iho third and l A bill to incorporate Mutual Fire Insurance Companya bilt lo amend chapter thirtysix of the entitled a WllJ 16 Incorporatij Johns ai Rock lo the Plank Road Gompanyg trill DrovldlngfoV tho security of personal liberty a bill thorlzo the foVmatlon of and meohanicaljiurposesja bill to ler of Ibe Revised Sluluteijauil a hill coneernlog tho public Tho bill to amend Ihe ninetythird ler of Ihe Revised was also read Iho and laid on the noes 1 his bill provides that on roads shall not be required for Jess than nor ropre than two days bill to amend partof the oroflhe Revised vras likevvlso read Ihe third and noes 32 v j from a slandfng re ported a bill for an act to authorize a bounty OTI uolf soalpst introduced Dblll to repeal an act entitled an act to amended Interest laws of this t moved voto taken on yesterday to Incorporato lha Ohio and Mississippi Railroad The being the House bidereil lhal Ihe vote be re cousldereuVytas nays fi Tho vole being hen taken upon its the bill was A u roitr down 111 humilitys Ilicrolovu crowns two meolr Iliero lout itonnsor envy ondrully Neer rulllo tho surraco mlicUKout in humblo Clntol for his only i Tliis iow Wle is free from conlcriUonj no soul will think or Nor piie versed ia evil v Cat dttnk of this beautilul Km Illl the Lord lull r AVJtore jtory ilwll crcr accompanying tho rrpoit of Trm and Daml anil Deal i tcar d cowo wake the noblo ADd yield lo the QoipelU And dje with your Then riWiriso mill dwell In And prove by your That Chriit is your King nrtd your AndawcninljiU Thco look for tho J ho guoEti 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