Session of November-December, 1795: Joint Committee Reports (Propositions and Grievances)
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North Carolina. General Assembly Norfleet, E Bostick, Absalom Layle, Henry Clark, Nancy Rogers, Joseph Lewis, Joel Smith, Thomas Smith, Sally Long, Nicholas Alford, William Fitt, Thomas Smith, Daniel Clayton, Lambart Lowe, Miriam
DescriptionTruelove, Elenor; Truelove, John; Pegram, Daniel; Hudson, Mary; Harris, Elizabeth; Harton, Howell; Roberson, Jemime; Hise, Conrod; Taylor, Henry; Rowell, Benjamin; Hughy, Samuel; Felts, Judith; Hendric, William; Crafton, Bennet; Dobson, Sally; Shaw, John B.; Irwin, Robert; Garvey, Patrick; Hill, Harvey; Davidson, Thomas; Irwin, William; Gardner, William; Roussau, Hillair; Hillair Roussau and Co.; Lenoir and Co.; Lowe, John;Nov 5. Representation of the County Court of Chowan in favor of Elenor Truelove. Nov 7. Certificate from justices of Warren County in favor of invalids. Nov 9. Report of the committee on the petition of Conrod Hise praying for an allowance for a horse which appeared to have been drowned on his return from a muster of the cavalry of Cabarrus County. Nov 10. Report of the committee to whom was referred the petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Pitt, praying to be annexed to the county of Beaufort. Nov 11. Committee report on the memorial of Henry Taylor, praying some allowance for a wound he received by accident or mistake whilst he was endeavoring to suppress an insurrection of negroes in the counties of Brunswick and New Hanover. (rejected). No Date. Report of the committee on the petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Cabarrus. Nov 17. Report on the petition of Nancy Clark requesting some compensation for a specie certificate said to be destroyed. Nov 18. Report of the committee on the petition of Judith Felts. Nov 23. Report on the petition of Joseph Rogers requesting the liberty of...
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