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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - December 25, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana I a a a a journal. Voi. , saturday a Mcember 25, 1830� no. 403. Published by Douglass amp Mcguire. A bin. Two dollars per annul if paid in Advance. Three dollars at the end of the year. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. Of l a in Indiana . A Iel Orten for the journal. In sen a is. Thuri Day dec. 16, or. Gregory presented the Petiti it ii of Willimin Wilson Prunyi Rijs fair Relief hich wh9 referred to the cd Omillee i n r >ad3. Or. Givens from the Commilee on to which was referred a Bill a no Iledan Quot Art to Amend an act to it Gulatt general elections Quot reported that the committee Are of opinion that the la Ltd on that a Obj part is in accor Daiiche with the first certion of the 6th a Tirle of the Atud is not Sui Jort to amendment and age to be Isab irked from its further consideration a my sch report was concurred in. The Bill in Quot a referred to Theoni on revision or. Fletcher from the committee on to Atti irs of the town of Indianapolis to which was referred the Peti too of Jam ii by i and oth is pra\-ift2 Folwer time for the inaction of a state Bank and a Bill for the payment of All moneys arising from the Sale of school lands into the state loan office or Bank to be loaned under the authority of the state with a guarantee to the several townships of a fixed rate of interest on such sums As May be derived from them respectively a and that said committee be composed of messes. Bering Graham m Kinney Stevens and Fletcher. Or. Ewing moved to Amend the same by striking it out from the it Biol Viii clause and inserting the following Quot thai a committee to consist of tic senators be appointed to organize a fund Voith Power to Issue scrap under the direction of state commission ers with proper Respoli i Bililies. To be called the internal improvement fund the issues of scrip to be confined to Advance and promote the objects of general Benefit to which the Money in merited properly be Luigs Quot Whatu on motion of or. Ewing said res Dupion with the proposed amendment was Laid on the table. Or. Pennington introduced a Bill to appropriate a part of the three per cent fund to Aid in the construction of a Bridge Over big Blue River which was read a first time. Or. Depauw introduced a Hill declaratory of the Law i n the in but it of divorces which was twice read and committed to the committee on revision. Or. Lemon introduced a Bill for the Relief of the subscribers to the state Pris Oij which was Ruad the first time. On motion of or. Gregory the joint Roi Elution on the subject of the Mithi Cancun de in and the committee Dii charged. Or. Gregory moved for adoption the following preamble and Resolution whereas it appears from the report of the agent of the three per cent fund that Liere will be $10,000 during the ensuing season to be disposed of by the legislature and whereas Annuch of the fund has been appropriated for opening roads throughout the state and whereas the country through which those roads pass is More densely populated than at the approx pm Tion of the it 0,000 in 1821�?and whereas upon those roads their Are water courses that the Public convenience requires to be bridged therefore be it arc Sohd that the committee on roads be instructed to report a Bill for the purpose of appropriating tie said 10,000 in erect in g Bridges and the improvement of water Ley Soper Stewart Wallace of f., Wallace of j., work Worth Wright zenor�?42. On motion of or. Logan resolved that a select committee be appointed to int fire into the expediency of appropriating a part of the three cent fund to the improvement of the Muscati tuck Hill on the Mauk s ferry Road and for the improvement of so much of said Road As lies Between the said Hill and the town of Salem. Messes. Logan Schoonover and Hamilton were appointed said com i tee. On motion of or. Bentley resolved that the committee of ways and Means be instructed to inquire into the exp Dionci of releasing All persons from the assessment of a poll tax who Are not entitled to a vote in this state till such disqualification be removed. The Fol owing rest Lution Olff red by nnf.ywf�? postponed i Defiori Italy rps hed that the judiciary committee be i Coli ses in such parts of the state As the pub inst cited to report a Bill for the organization i a a i Terest most demands of circuit probate co jts seven with the same Bou Danes As tie present Jurji i a Cial circuits with one Juds for each circuit i the Reso Luton m its present shape some to be Eirc Ted As the president circuit judges a counties he said would receive none of this Are now elected. J Money from the fact Liat they have no Navi Rpp ution Folti red yesterday by Gable streams in them. He wished he or. Herod am Laid on the table pro a said to have the appropriations general and Viding for no increase of the Premium if a county has neither navigable streams s main Ivill reported a Bill e. Titled a of a Road was taken up and read the Quot Bill in addition to an act an act to authorize Ihu Sale of a site for a s Oam Mill at i. Dpi Johnp Ali approved january 26, 1827 Quot Vii it h w a twice read and ordered to be . Or. Linton front he commit the on educate us to Whir h was referred h Reso la Ion of the Senate instructing them to Era quire into the expediency of requesting the trustees of the Indiana c it allege to Institute a proves soil hip of of ology and mineralogy reported. On Wolf scalps was taken up and lost. The Resolution offered yesterday by or. Boon and Laid on the table containing various instructions to the re a Fiken Upan lost. 0 it in it it ii of or Parks nor streams which require bridging its part show be appropriated on its roads. Or. Gregory briefly gave his views on this subject in support of the Resolution. He said he supposed gentlemen would oppose it who feared Thev would not get a Lar a roads be of this fund and who had been Mak Mcnary Owens paddocks Parks Pitcher Pollock Reiley Roe Russell Schoonover Semans Skocen Smiley Soper Stewart work Worth and zenor�?37. Noes messes. Armstrong Casey Claypool coffin Crume Dumont Ferris Finley Hant Kins Herod Hyllia Hoover Long Reid off Wallace of f., Wallace of j., Wright and Howk spa r.�?18. O i motion of or. Hamilton resolved that a select committee be appointed to inquire into the expediency of appropriating a portion of the three per cent fund for the purpose of opening and repairing the state Road from the lower Falls on the East Fork of White River in Jackson county to intersect the Jeffersonville state Road West of Silver Creek in Clark county with to report by Bill or other Wise. Or. Kussell offered the following Resolution resolved that the committee of revision be instructed to inquire into the expediency of so changing the Law in Force with regard to the exemption of certain property from execution As to exempt one horse not to exceed Twenty five dollars in value Over and above the amount now exempt from execution. Of motion the said Resolution was Laid on the table. Or. Bussell presented a Bill to a mend an act entitled Quot an act regulating the fees of the several of Beers and persons therein named Quot approved january 30, 1824, which was twice read and committed to a committee of the whole House for to Morrow in Senate. Saturday dec. Third time and passed. The Endroi it sed Bill for the Relief of Jonathan leg i and the engrossed Bill to provide i a a slate Road from Terreh Ute in Vigo county via Carlisle in Sullivan county to mount pleasant in Martin county were severally read the third time passed. Or. Depauw having obtained to be Intro lout d hip follow resolved that the committee on the Judi ,. By of Quot proscribing by Law a limit after which for other purposes by or. Hohnau that the trustees a of said College have the treasurer and trustees of county Sumina i up he Relief of Samuel Hanna a by the of al having been at the time of their reception Lari resolved that the co Manittee on. A _ requested to inquire into the expediency of aug Calls on this committee to give them a. Crivens trom the Cortini Tiee in Alec Propri Atins a portion of the three per cent. Proper nations to Aid in particular measures. To which was referred a Resolution of fund towards opening the state Road from Bono it was notorious he said that the fund had tie Senate i requiring them to inquire into the to Torre haute. In appropriated where there was no bring expediency of amending the act for tie for ing necessary and in deciding upon this i mation of congressional districts and for question it m As necessary that we should the election of senators and representatives to Congress reported that the committee Are of opinion that the matter ought to be referred to the committee of revision and ask the question being put on its adoption it de to Lee discharged from the further Consi a was decided in the negative. I duration thereof which was concurred in or. Pennington moved tie adoption of or. Stevens from the committee on the the following Resolution i Judi a Mary to which was referred a re Solu resolved that the committee on Educa Tion directing an inquiry into the expediency Tion be instructed to inquire into the expedit of altering revising and amending the Laws ency of making provision by Law tie and relating to imprisonment for debt As recon Nii Sion into the Quot Indiana colleges Quot of Young mended by the governor reported that the men whose parents Are in indigent Circum i subject is now before the committee on Revi stances free of tuition fees so that the poor Sion Aad will be by them finally acted Ripon or. Wallace off. Offered for adoption the following Resolution peso hed that the probate business shall Jujj feelings and Partiali ties and hereafter be transacted in the circuit court i u i a and that there s Hall be three terms of said court a a pay a were Mere were streams to apply per year one of which terms to be occupied exit upon Clu sively with probate and chancery business. Or. Boon moved to postpone indefinitely the further consider tied of the same which motion prevailed ayes 46, noes 11. Bills presented by or. =11, providing for the location opening and in Neso Ivea mat inc comm ii a ii the Judi i Ciary be directed to inquire into the exp Dick pro vement of certain state roads and the right to Institute professorships and quotes shall not be compelled to repay such Fine a a apr in in relative to �1 a of a a and forfeitures As May be remitted by Tho sex Quot Quot grime Kimii Roii ivc la y. A. I a ecu Tive prerogative such fines and forfeitures county Surveyor in the county o which were seven holy read and legislate upon the Sutija it and ask to be discharged from its further consideration which o was concurred in. A a. Lit 1 1 1 a the Constitution of the state and in Case such or. Lomax from the s Lect comm remitted fines be forever recoverable by the tee to Whu h Vas referred so much of person against whom Tho same May have been the governur s a Hajje As Rel if a assessed then and in that event the re Phi of i i 1 ency of prescribing and defining he Law he the corp Loo i of of Liim cod i of Coli pain the Somr and naming what Road repo Quot Quot am Rte rial �.ten oif Cerr May be prosecuted in the collection general of the Taie of i i property of the Seminary Ana upon the subject of be continuation of the Cumber my Road Quot Quot which was twice read and ordered to be engrossed. Or. Robe from i deselect committee to which was referred the pet Moo of shall be liable. House of . Petitions were presented by messes. Pool. , s Mon Mrgan and others reported a i of Holman. Bill to authorize he Board of justices of d Lois couty to h by to Addis Itji Ial tax which passed to a of Orul Reading. O l m it i Quot ii or. Stevens. Resolved that the Tomu Liftee on Renud be Olid they sire hereby Inspru Ted to inquire into it ext if whency re a Jurt get rating out of the 4>\i-ee p t i ont fun a the sums of Money or some part thereof twit Tiree Liun dred a dollars to Aid in o it in Inland state Road in Swilor Licud county leading from the Ohio River to Vej Iijima Quot al Kny a to or a nor the 14 mile poit on inc Bra inroad leading from Vevay to vers ii Les Aliu. Ten e Hundred dollars towards Zopfi Piug and Ftp Kirin the state Road in the count a of Switzerland had ii from the town of new York on the Ohio River to the afire said state Road trom Vevay to ver Sailles also three Hunt rail dollars t i Aid in digging and grading the Ohio River him. On the said state Road leading from Vevay to a rail Les also three Hundred dollars to Aid in digging and grading Indian Creek Hill in Switzerland Founty on a Aid state Road leading from or. Read of d. And m. From the a it Smittee of Wajs and Means reported a Bill for the Relief of Joseph Pryor ser Unity of John Park late collector of Decatur county which passed to a second . Or. Dumoit from the judiciary committee to which was referred so much of the governor s message As relates to imprisonment for debt reported favourably to the suggestions of the governor but As the committee were advised that the legislature Are about to revise the Laws they had refrained Quot from reporting a Bill on that subject but recommended ii to the consideration of the committee of revision. Ii motion of or. Herod. Resolved the judiciary committee be instructed to inquire into the propriety of re and before the remission Apponi rated and sex it i Cox \ Reading Pended by the trustees pursuant to Law and a a. A i to i i -. Of potion of or. Hall the re Solu Tiki. Presented a him on this Day in strut Rifg the joint c Smittee on Revi a Ion ii. R. Pvt it a Bill re Organ Rizii of and Ostash Lishing a bilt Ard of commissioners to do the county Busi Nesin each county was taken up and adopted ayes 32, noes 26. The orders of the Day having been taken up several Bills received a second . The Bill Tor the erection of an Asylum in each judicial circuit was positioned indefinitely the engrossed Bill to John Akin Alexander Walker and John Livingston certain rights the engrossed Resolution relative to an appropriation of land to Aid in thei improvement of the state Road from Madison to Indianapolis the engrossed Hill to incorporate the Leavenworth Seminary society the engrossed Bill for the location and opening of a state Road from Logansport by the Way of Turkey Cre Ltd and Elkhart Prairies to the North line of the state in a direction to Pigeon Prairie in Michigan territory the engrossed joint Resolution on the subject of a land office in the Northern part of this state the engrossed Bill for the re location of the county seat of Clark county and the engrossed Bill authorizing asylums in the counties of Wayne and Harrison were severally read the third time and passed. May have an equal participation in the benefits of said institution with tie wealthy. Or. Lib from proposed to Amend said Reso Littion by adding the following Quot and that an appropriation be made by the general Assembly covering such the Resolution together with the proposed amendment was Laid on the table. Or. Fletcher moved for adoption the Ibl lowing Resolution i resolved that the committee of revision inquire into die propriety of amending the act regulating the interest of Money in this state so As to dispense with the penalty for taking a greater sum than six per cent per annul for Money loaned a and that they have leave to report by Bill or which was Laid on the table. On motion of or. Worth resolved that the committee on roads the committee therefore asked to be discharge de from the further consideration of the subject which was concurred in. Or. Stevens from die same committee to which was referred so much of the governor s message As relates to an uniform Mode of doing county business reported that the subject has been by order of Boa branches of the general Assembly taken up by the joint committee of revision the Committer uie Refore asked to be discharged Tirom the further consideration of the subject which report was concurred Iti. Or. Stevens from the same committee to which was referred so much of the governor s message As relates to the abolition of capital punishment reported that the committee have attentively considered Tho suggestions of die governor but have not been Able to come to any satisfactory conclusion. Be instructed to inquire into the propriety of from the information and right the committee Vevay to Versailles and also the sum of five i pealing All Laws and parts of Laws declaring Hundred dollars to Aid in digging and Grid tia Strei ims navigable the Beds of which five been Cedar Creek Hill in Ripley of Monty Quot on said sold by the United states and whether such state Road from Vevay to Versailles and that a Lawit it Iro unless the committee have leave to report by Bill or i to m Ide to the owner thereof. Otherwise. Or. Graham moved the adoption of the following it solutions resolved that Tho comr Oitice on revision be instructed to a a repro and report o the Senate a Bill provi iting for an a wifi it pm Mode of do Init county business in the leveral counties in the a the. Resolved that the Bill shall tir Ovide for the election of three commissioners in each county who shall have full Power to Quot do and perform All such acts in their respective counties As Are now performed by the Board of justices of county in the several counties. Or. Stevens moved to Awand said Resolution by adding these word3,"and that the Hill a Hall contain the principles enactments and provisions of the Bill of the Senate of last or. Ewing proposed to Amend the proposed amendment by adding these words Quot adding thereto a provision for the election of Cou Tity officers Quot which did not prevail. The Resolution together with the amendment proposed by or. Stevens was then adopted. On motion of or. Worth resolved that the committee on Tho Judi Lipary be instructed to inquire whether any provision of Law exists to provide for the payment by the counties respect icly for Blank books papers &c., for the use of clerk s offices in the several counties and should no such Law exist that said committee be authorized to report a Bill for that purpose or. Linton moved for adoption the following Resolution resolved that a committee to consist of five see gators be appointed to report a charter for a o motion Oliver. Of a Oover resolved that the in Manittee on the affairs of the i in of Indianapolis in instructed to investigate the books and a i counts of the sent of Fth Sti Teft a the town of Indianapolis and to report to this House a detail Hal account of the state fund Deriv d from the Sale of lands and lots of the donation at Indianapolis with an Afi count current of the receipts and expenditures of the said Agency since the last session of the general Assembly. 0 it motion of or. Read of Resolved that Tho judiciary committee to instructed to inquire into the expediency of so amending the Law in relation to Pri Abate business As to ally my an Appeal fro i the probate to the circuit court. Or. Re lev offered the following Resolution. Resolved that this House doubtful of the course authorized by the Resolution from the Senito for the revision of the jaws and operated upon by the conviction that other modes of revision much More Safe and economical May be adopted do hereby discharge the committee appointed under the concurrence of this House to said Resolution and that the Senate be informed of the adoption of this Resolution. On the question shall the Resolution be adopted it was determined in the negative by the following vote. Ayes messes. Bently Boon coffin Decker Dumont Galletly Hall Hamilton Han Kins Logan Lynd read of d. And m. Reiley Schoonover and flow speaker�?15. Noes messes. Armstron Beard Bell Bunce Bussell Casey Claypool Craig Crume Dowden Elliott Ferris Finley Hendricks Herod Hillis Holman Hoover Kinney Leavenworth Long Lowry Mcnary Owens paddocks Parks Pitcher Pollock Reid of Roe Russell Semans Skeen Smi making appropriations from the three per cent fund for the following objects to wit to open and improve tie Road from Winchester to fort Wayne to open and improve the Road from fort Wayne to the Southern Bend of the St. Joseph s of Lake Michigan and to improve the Road leading from fort Wayne in the direction of Defiance. And the Senate adjourned. In Senate. In Ida dec. 17, 1830. Or. Orr presented tie petition of Henry Robinson and others citizens of Carroll county praying an act authorizing the election of township oilers in said county which was referred to the committee on revision. Or. Linton from the committee on education to which was referred a i solution of the Senate directing them to inquire into the expediency of so amending the Law relative to township trustees As to require the trustees of townships which do not sell their school lands to report their proceedings to the Board doing county business ask leave to be discharged for the purpose of referring the subject to the committee of revision. Said report was concurred in and the subject so referred. Or. Whitcom in from the select committee to which was referred the petition of Jacob Bales and others reported a Bill entitled Quot a Bill to authorize Jacob Bales to build a toll Bridge across Salt Creek in Momoe or. Sering from the select committee to which was referred so much of the governor s message As relates to the purchasers of Public land and also a memorial to the general Assembly of Alabama on the same subject with a joint memorial of this legislature reported the joint Resolution with to o amendments and asked to be discharged from the further consideration of so much of the mat ters referred As relates to the purchasers of lots in tie town of Indianapolis Wlinich was. House of i representatives. Two Bills and a joint Resolution were received from the Senate read and passed to a second Reading. Bills presented by select committees by or. Gardner for the re location of a state Road therein named by or. Craig to encourage the manufacture of Salt in Switzerland county and by or. Logan for the further improvement of the Mauk s ferry Road which Bills were severally read and passed to b second Reading. On motion of or. Ferris the com the Secretary of state relative to an enumeration of the White male inhabitants above the age of Wen by one years was referred to a select committee consisting of messes. Ferris Reiley Stewart Owens Hendricks Mcnary Holman Bell Boot Aud Dumont. On motion of or. Hoover resolved that the agent of state for the town of Indianapolis be requested to report to this House the Quantity of unsold lands without the town plat of Indianapolis accompanied with a diagram showing the Quantity sold and the Quantity owned by the state. Or. the following Resolution resolved that the judiciary committee bar directed to inquire into the exp Cliency of authorizing three terns of the circuit court in cach county. Or. Hall moved to Amend the game so As to instruct said coat Milter to report a Bill to that effects the object of Whick motion was to try the strength of the House on the question. Before the question was put on said motion or. Boon moved to postpone Indef Oile by the further consideration of snid Resolution which motion prevailed by the following vote ayes messes Beard Bell hence Bently Boon Bussell Craig Decker Dowden Galletly Gardner Hall Hamilton Hendrick ii Kinney , , i Lowry Lynd have on the subject they feel unauthorized to give any positive opinion therefore ask to be discharged from its further consideration or. Linton from the committee on education to which was refined a Resolution of the Senate directing an inquiry into the expediency of organizing school districts in such townships As have sold their school lands reported that the subject More properly belongs to the committee on revision anti ask to be discharged from its further consideration which was concurred in. from the committee on roads to which i was referred the petition of Wii Iara Wilson reported that the committee Are of opinion that it is a subject in which the legislature have no right to interfere and asked to be discharged from its further consideration which was concurred in or Graham from the committee on revision reported a Bill for the formation of con Gressional districts and for the election of senators and representatives to Congress which was twice read and referred to a be i Lect committee. Or Linton from the san committee reported a Bill relative to apprentices Whick was twice read and committed. On motion of or Fletcher tie Resolution introduced by him on yesterday relative to the interest on Money was taken up and the ayes and noes being required on its adoption those who voted in the affirmative were messes. Blair Depauw Fletcher Frisbie Graham Linton Orr Sering Stevens Whit Quot comb Worth and or. President�?12. Those who voted in the negative were Messis. Claypool Clendenin Ewing Givens Gregory Lennon Lomax Morgan pen Ivington Robb and watts�?11, so said Resolution was adopted. The president Laid before the Senate the report of the commissioners of the Michigan Road which was committed to the com Mittee on canals and internal improvement and 500 copies ordered to be printed. Tie Senate pub Paiit to previou3 arrangement proceeded to the Hall of the House of representatives for the purpose of electing a Senatori the Congress to tie us United states when upon resuming the Senate adjourned. House of representatives. Or. Long presented the petition of Suun dry citizens of Rush and Hancock counties., praying the Glab Lindiment of a a trait St to re Road

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