Session of December 1793-January 1794: Senate Committee Reports
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North Carolina. General Assembly Kenan, James Blackledge, Richard Leech, Joseph Speed, Joseph Clark, T Williams, Robert Campbell, John Clinton, R McKinnie, Richard Knight, Reubin Williams, John Singleton, Richard Riddick, J
DescriptionMclure, Matthew; Wright, Thomas; Toomer, Anthony; Murphy, John; Nelson, Jeremiah; Hodge, Philemon; Balfour, Andrew; Marshall, Frederic William; Rogers, Michael; Anthony, Paul; Williams, Sam; Hinnegan, Darby; McCullan, John; Cuningham, Thomas; Britian, William; May, John; Nelson, Edward; Brooks, John;Dec. 7 Report of the committee on the militia bill. Dec 9. Report on the Committee of Public Bills. Dec 11. The Committee of Public Bills report. Report on the petition of Blackledge. Dec 13. Committee report on the nature of diseases in Fayetteville. Dec 17. Report of the Committee of Emancipation. Dec 18. The committee to whom was referred the petition of Matthew Mclure. Dec 18. Report of the Committee on Public Bills on the petition of the people called Quakers. Dec 19. Report of the Committee of claims on the Wright's charge. Dec 19. Report of the Committee of Claims on Anthony Toomer's account. Dec 20. Report of the Committee on Public Bills on the petition from sundry inhabitants of Stokes County.. Dec 21. Report of the Committee of Public Bills on the petitions of Jeremiah Nelson, John Campbell, Philemon Hodge, Reubin Knight, and John Murphy.. Dec 23. Report of the Committee on the petition of Andrew Balfour.. Dec 23. Report of the Committee on the petition of the inhabitants of Stokes County respecting the situation on paying certain quitrents to Frederic William Marshall. Dec 26. Report of the Committee on Michael Rogers' petition.. Dec 26. Report of the Committee of Public Bills on the petition of Paul Anthony. Jan 2. Report...
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