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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - January 2, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. 11.Indianapolis, saturday Janu Aliy 2, 1830. Ino. 346. By Douglass amp Maguire publishers of the Laws of the u. S. Terms. Seventy five cents during the session of he legislature. One Dollar for three months including the session of the legislature. Two Hnry per annul if paid in Advance. / three Douala at the end of they ear. Advertisements inserted at the us Iii i terms. Minutes Fot Tbs Pocs Sdonas of the Diana legislature. Reported for the Indiana journal. I t in Senate. Tuesday Deo. 29-mr. Depauw from the select committee to whom was referred the memorial to Congress for the Benefit of certificate holders of forfeited lands reported the same amended according to the instructions of the Senate heretofore. Or. Ewing reported that the committee on canals and internal improve Niento had directed him to submit a Bill providing Means to construct a portion of the Wabash and Miami canal which Bill being read twice five Hundred copies were ordered to be printed and the Bill was committed. Resolutions &lc.�?mr. Oku submitted the following preamble and Resolution. Whereas it is the opinion of Many that from the Mouth of eel River to the lower termination of the Wabash and Erie canal the weight of population natural Adlai tages of the country and the ease with which other works can be connected to be hereafter provided for in our March of improvement Ever must Preponderate in favor of the Stoufe Side of the Wabash River and whereas it is the policy of the state of Indiana in the construction of works directly intended to promote her agricultural manufacturing and commercial interests to pay a due regard in their commencement to the present As vell As future interests of the state the ease with which Access May be had to such works by the great body of the people As Well As the facilities that can now be Aito Rcd to wealth and Enterprise As bringing into successful operation the resources of the country gone rally. Ali Refore resolved that the commit tick on canals and internal improvements be instinct of to enquire into the propriety of the Foro Roins opinion and of leaving the particular Side of the a i Bash River on which the Wabash and Erie Ca i a Nal shall pass to defend on a future Examina Tion by a competent Engineer the future advantages of the country the propriety of hereafter extending said canal and the interest of the state All considered with leave to report by Bill or otherwise which Resolution was adopted. On motion of or. Watts a Resolution was adopted instructing the committee on the judiciary to inquire into the expediency of reporting a Bill defining the rights of citizens of other states travelling through thet state of Indiana with any property deemed and held As such by the Constitution of the United states or any one of the United states. Bills presented by or. Maxwell a Hill concerning clerk offices by or. Depauw a Bill declaratory of the Law on the subject of divorces. The Resolution heretofore submitted by or. Linton directing an inquiry into the expediency of providing for the payment ii Ito the state Treasury moneys arising from the sales of school sections and for the loaning of the same the state Guara tying the interest to the townships having been taken up or. Sering moved an amendment the effect of which was to direct an inquiry into the expediency of vesting said funds and Moies arising from the Sale of Salt lick reservations University and canal lands in a state Bank the original Resolution and amendment were ordered to lie on the table. Or. Lomax introduced a Bill for the Sale of the school lands in Wayne county and the management of the funds arising therefrom. Several Bills were introduced by senators and reported by committees. House of representatives. Petitions by or. Gardoni Iron Phillip hot a Gest praying compel Saliou a by or. Conner from sundry Citize i of Madison and Hamilton Counti ii. Praying that the Michigan Road Between l Gan sport and Indianapolis i. May he re to rated pass through the town of not Alesville which were read and referred. Or. Read from the committee of ways and Means to whom the subject had been referred reported again i the expediency of Grant hug collectors of county Revenue a longer Lime to pay Over the Revenue which was read and concurred in. Or. Rariden from the judiciary committee to whom had been referred the petition of Uriah Glover exhibiting charges and praying an impeachment of William Hoggatt clerk of the Orange circuit court made a report against the impeachment of paid Hoggatt in which report the House concurred. Or. Blake from the committee of canals and internal improvements reported a Bill providing Means to con a i Trust the Wabash and Erie canal within the state of Indiana which was read twice and committed to a committee of the whole House for to Morrow and five Hundred copies of said ii ill were ordered o be printed. Sundry Bills were received from the Senate read and passed on in Quot the regular order. Or. Rariden having obtained leave presented a Bill to Amend the act re i Ilive to crimes and this Bill provides that the jury in cases of Petit larceny Are authorized at their discretion to inflict any number of stripes not or. Bassett moved to reject the Bill which was determined in the affirmative As follows referred to a select committee of messes Gregory Fletcher and Maxw la the Michigan Road Bill was taken up and the whole Forenoon was occupied in considering upon the Many a Mendry cents proposed fixing a Point of termination and intermediate Points All of which had advocates. A proposition made by or. Ewing to leave the location of the Point of termination on the Ohio River As Well As the intermediate Points Between Indianapolis and the Ohio to commissioners failed by the following vote ayes messes. Depauw Ewing Graham Lane Lemon Maxwell Orr. And robb�?8. Noes messes. Blair Claypool Daniel Fletcher Givens Gregory Linton Lomax m Kinney Morgan Sering Stevens Watts and Worth-14 the Bill was finally on motion of or. Sering recommitted to a select committee with instructions to a mend the same As to make Madison the Point of termination and Columbus and Vernon intermediate Points by the following vote ayes messes. Blair Claypool Daniel Graham Lane Lemon Linton Maxwell Orr Robb Sering and aves messes. Armstrong Bassett Beard. Worth�?12. Bell Bence Blake Brown Casey coffin no a messes. Depauw Ewing Crinnie Davis of a., Dixon Dumont Evans a it i r or Finley Gardner ,,icks, Fletcher Givens Gregory Lomax Herod Hillis , Howk Hussey Jack m Kinney Morgan Stevens and Watts Jackson of d., Jackson of s., Johnston of k., _10 Qhok a Winnington Poike Pollock read Reily Smith to incorporate the Greencastle Bemi Siewart Wallace of f., Wallace of j., and nary society by or. Linton a Bill .jey. . _46. To Amend the act relative to navigable noes Messrop. Boon Conner Davi of s.,i i a a fit Hali Ketchard Little Logan Long no streams declared Public highways Ole p irk.rariden and slanghter�?13.&Quot two Bills making special provision the House took up the orders of the Day. Eight Bills were read the second time and committed to a com Tain counties were ordered to lie on Mittee of the whole House and two Bills and a joint Resolution providing for the establishment of a medical in regard to the Sale of school sections and the funds arising therefrom in cer the Tabic. The memorial to Congress praying College in the state of Indiana were read the second time and ordered to be Eti grossed for a third Reading. A joint Resolution it relative to the three per cent fund was considered in committee of the whole a fended and read a third time and passed. The engrossed Bill from the Senate entitled Quot an act providing for the location opening and improvement of certain state roads Quot was read the third time and passed by consent. An Art concerning the Farmers and Relief for certificate holders of forfeited lands passed the Senate and was sent to the House for concurrence. Several local Bills also passed the Senate one of which appropriates 300 to erect a Bridge across fall Creek on the Crawfordsville Road. The Bill from the h. Of r. To Amend the act organizing the supreme court was stricken out in committee of the whole Senate and indefinitely postponed. By the comparative Quality of the land its local advantages &c., reported that in the opinion of the committee the Phi posed remedy would increase the evil that now exists which report was concurred in. Or. Hall from the judiciary com Mittee to whom the Bill providing for a change of venue in a certain Case in Vanderburgh county had been recommitted reported the Bill without amendment which was ordered to a third Reading. Or. Pennington from the committee on roads reported a Bill providing for the re location of a part of the Mauk ferry Road which passed to a second Reading. On motion of or. Hero the report of the judiciary committee on the subject of the charges preferred against Caleb Newman a Justice of the peace of Floyd county was taken of and referred to a select committee composed of messes. Herod Dumont read Pennington and Hillis. Or. Leavenworth a having obtained leave presented a joint Resolution to\vatt��?7. Promote common schools in this state the question Point and inserting Columbus and Vernon in lieu thereof. On the question of concurrence in the said amendment a division of the question was called and the question then became. Shall much of the amendment As strikes out Green Burgh be stricken out which question was determined in the affirmative to wit aves messes. Blair Claypool a. Niel Depauw Graham Lane Lemon Linton Maxwell Orr Robb Sering and worths3. Noes messes. Ewing Fletcher Givens Gregory Lomax Mckinney Morgan Stevens and Watts--9. The question then was shall much of the amendment As inserts Columbus As an intermediate Point by concurred in ayes messes. Blair a Claypool. Daniel Depauw Fletcher Graham Lane Lemon Linton Maxwell Mckinney Orr Robb Sering and worth�?15. Noes in lessors. ?. Gregory l , Morgan Stevens and ,. ,. Then was shall Winch passed to a second Readmo. Inch of the amendment As in arts the engrossed joint Resolution rela Vernon Asan intermediate Point be Tive to the establishment of a medical concurred in ayes messes. Blair. Claypool Daniel lint Oil Maxw. Ii i Kinney see ring and worth�?8. Noes a a a Epurs. D. Pauw. Ewing Fletcher Givens Grahim Gregory several bils received a second read line. Lemon . Morgan Orr ing and the House adjourned till two Robb Sieve ii Arri Watt a o clock. Or. Graham mov to strike out two o clock . Madison As it Point of termination the House again resolved itself in and insert for Onville. This colleges and the engrossed Bill supplementary to an act entitled an act for the opening of a state Road in the county of Allen a were severally read a third time and passed. To committee of he whole on the in men Menf was rejected by the casting ----_�?.u. Of. I of .�?ztei,ant ayes Messro. Daniel Depauw i grossed joint Resolution from the Senate ratifying with one fundamental condition the compact entered into Vens. Graham. Gret Jor Lane. Lemon Between the commissioners of Indiana Morgan Robb Stevens and Watts a and Ohio on the subject of the Wabash 11. Und Erie canal. The committee was addressed in ii your of the ratio Iralson by messes. Evans m nary and Blake and by or. Rariden against if. The committee Rose before or. Blake had concluded his remarks. In Senate. Thursday dec. 3l a petition was presented by or Orr from sundry citizens of Tippecanoe county praying that an individual the Bill which heretofore passed l i c a i a 1 i in i therein named be authorized to erect the Senate to provide for the removal. Over having been amended in the Artri Iii girl Iron of Iofi Road a a construction of the Cumberland Road a House of representatives by the in an act to Amend the act for the incor-1 Section of an appropriation for the importation of county libraries approved pro vement of Busseron Creek the said feb. 17, 1825�?and an act for the removal of obstructions to the navigation of eel River All of which had previously passed the Sanater were read a third time in this House and passed. Bills of the following title which originated in this House were read a third time and passed,.Viz a a Bill to trend the act regulating general elections a Bill to extend the Powers of the commissioners of Morgan county in a certain Case therein named a a Bill to establish a state Road from George Kline in Franklin county to the Lawrence Burgh state Road on the West Side of Flat Rock in Decatur in Tyr and h Bill to authorize the qualified voters of the different townships of Harrison county to elect their Iii ship officers. The House again resolved itself in to committee of the whole on the engrossed joint Resolution from the Senate ratifying with one fundamental amendment was concurred in by the Sis Nate. On the question of concurrence or. Linton Rose and remarked that the Bill to which an amendment had been made in the House of representatives was one introduced by him for the Benefit of citizens of the eel River country upon their petition and proposed a further appropriation to promote the interests of his constituents. The importance of the navigation of Busseron Creek is Well known in the West that to say any thing on that subject would be Supe Rilous he would Only observe that upwards of Twenty Large boats Laden with the products of the country usually leave the Interior upon this Stream and the Smair contribution now asked will if extended to this people by the legislature greatly increase the facilities which the Stream now Ait ords. The people have expended very considerable labor themselves to improve the navigation of Busseron condition uie compact entered into Creek and ask this Small sum to in Between Willis Silliman commission Able them to construct a lock in order r on the part of Ohio and Jeremiah Sullivan commissioner on the part of Indi a a on the subject of the Wabash to pass a Mill dam. If the sum is a warded considerable benefits will results and or. L. Felt assured that no and Erie canal and on a joint re Solu further sum would be asked to the Tion of the House of representatives same object for perhaps years he on the same subject the question under consideration when the committee rope yesterday was on the adoption of or. Hariben substitute for the joint Resolution which substitute refuses to ratify the compact. Or. Wallace of Franklin addressed the committee at length against the adoption of the amendment and it favor of ratifying the compact and of a proceeding to construct the Capal and or. Howk gave his views at consider Isle length against ratifying the com Aci. The committee then on motion of Imp. Evans who according to custom has the right to the floor to Morrow Rose reported Progress and obtained leave to sit again. In Senate. Wednesday dec. 30. A petition was presented by or. Gregory of John Wishard Samuel Watts and others citizens of Johnson county praying an alteration in a certain state Road which was read and Mittee of , Blair and Linton. Or. Robb from the committee of ways and Means made a report on the subject of the expenditure of the contingent fund expressing approbation of the Correct manner in which the accounts of the distribution of the fund Are kept and indicating the doubts of the committee relative to the correctness of some allowances to certain militia officers for services upon courts martial. Or. Robb by the direction of the., committee offered for consideration a ovens Graham Giti Rory res Okitkon instructing the committee Morgan rub on military affairs to inquire whether i watts�?13. Any Law in Force authorizes the pay-1 Oest messes. Blair Claypool ment of Dihtia officers for their Servi her Luton Lomax it a tone Ceson courts martial and if there be watts�?9. Any such Law in Force to report a Bill a Stevens then moved to re com noes messes. Blair Claypool Ewing Fletcher Liolion Lomax. Mix Well Mckinnes or Sering worthy and the lit ule Nant governor�?12. Or. Gregory then moved to strike out Madison and insert Lawrence Bure h. Ayes of sirs. Depauw Givens Gregory. Lemon Lomax Maxwell m re an. Sevens and walls�?9. Noes Messis. Blair Claypool. Daniel Ewing. Fletcher Gra Hiro Lane Linton Mckinney Orr Robb Sering and worth�?13. A motion made by or. Watts to strike out m Idison and i Wisert Aurora failed ayes 8, noes 14. A motion made Gay or. Watts to strike out Madison and in it it it Rishi in sur failed ayes 9, Noci 13. A motion made by or. Lemon to strike out Madison and insert n. W Albany failed the lieutenant governor giving the casting vote. A motion made by or. Morgan to strike out Madison Aud insert Leven Worth prevailed. Ayes messes. Daniel Depauw repealing the same. The Resolution was adopted. Or. Gregory from the committee on roads reported a Bill incorporating a company for the purpose of making a Turnpike Road from the Falls of Ohio to Vincennes which Bill was twice read committed and one Hundred copies ordered to be printed. Or. Lemon from the committee on roads reported a Bill to authorize the courts doing county business to improve the navigation of streams. This Bill authorizes the courts Mit said Bill to a select committee with instructions to strike out All the Points named leaving the location of the Road entirely to commissioners. Or. Linton moved to Amend the said motion by instructing the commissioners to locate the said Road by Way of Green Burgh to Madison which amendment was accepted by or. Stevens As a part of his motion. An amendment proposed by mrs Maxwell to strike out Gree Burgh and insert which failed As also did a motion made by or. Robb therefore hoped the amendment would be concurred in and that the navigation of Busseron Creek would be improved. House of representatives. Petitions presented by or. Howk from sundry citizens of Clark county praying that measures May be provided by Law for the education of deaf and dumb children in this state by or. Kinnard from sundry citizens of Marion county praying the in ution of a state Road leading from Indianapolis to Lafayette by or. Long from sundry citizens of Hancock county praying that a new regiment May be organized in said county which petitions were referred to the committees to which the subject matter respectively belongs. Or. Read from the committee of ways and moans to whom was refer ried a Resolution requesting an inquiry into the expediency of Amert Ding the Law on the subject of assessing and collecting the Revenue a to provide Thih the rates of Laud be ascertained ing county business to establish All to strike out Green Burgh. Streams As Public highways and to in the i ill was finally re committed prove the same in the same Way in according to the a Hove motion of or which roads Are now opened and re Stevens As amended on motion of or. Paired Linton to a select committee of or. M Kinney offered for adoption messes. Stevens Maxwell and m Kin a Resolution instructing the committee Ney with instr Quot Tio to Amend Bill on the judiciary to report a Bill pro by locating the Road through greens Viding for the imposition of additional Burgh to Madison by the following penalties and restrictions upon persons vote.Viz who retail spirituous liquors within ask messes. Blair Claypool one and a half Miles of places of Reli p etcher Gre Jorv Linton Lomax pious worship except towns or with-1 tvs unwell. M kin1iey, Morgan Orr Ste in that distance of the residence of licensed tavern keepers. Or. Ewing moved to Amend the Resolution by striking out the words Quot except in towns or within that distance of the residence of licensed tavern keepers Quot which motion prevailed and the amendment was adopted. The Resolution As amended was then rejected. The Michigan Road Bill having been again taken up and recommitted to a select committee with instructions reported the same amended by striking out Green Burgh As an intermediate Ven. Watts and worth�?13. Nof.?messrs. Daniel Paw new info Given Graham Lane Lemon Robb and scrifg�?9. The Bill was forthwith reported by said and amended according to said instructions. Or. Lemon moved to Lay the Bill on the table which was decided in the Neira Tivey ayes 5, noes 17. The report of tie select committee was then concurred in by the following vote.Viz a ves amps sri. Blair Claypool Daniel Ewing Fletcher Givens Gregoy

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