Session of December 1791-January 1792: Senate Committee Reports
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North Carolina. General Assembly Hargett, Frederick Cabarrus, Stephen Campbell, John A Blount, Edmund Clinton, Richard Dickson, J Johnson, Charles Maclean, William Child, Francis Lane, Joel Long, Nicholas
DescriptionMontgomery, Hugh; Marshall, Frederic William; Cossart, Christian Frederic; Miller, Andrew; Long, Nicholas; Miller, Elizabeth; Gray, Thomas; Singleton, Richard; Sheppard, Benjamin; Kenan, James; Adam, Robert; Thomas, Abishai; Moore, Joseph; Shackleford, James; White, William; Benbury, Thomas;December 14: Report of the Committee to whom the Petition of Frederic William Marshall, Esquire of Stokes County, was Referred. December 15: Report of the Committee to whom was Referred Sundry Bills and Petitions on the Subject of Emancipation. December 21: Report of the Committee to whom was Referred the Petition of Edmund Blount (with Petition). December 22: Report of the Committee Appointed to Examine the Excuses of such Members as did not Appear and Qualify on the Day Appointed by Law. December 23: Report of the Committee of Privileges and Elections to which was Referred the Memorial of James Gillespie (with Memorial). December 23: Report of the Committee of Inspection. December 24: Report of the Committee Appointed for the Purpose of Devising a Plan for the Adjustment of Unliquidated Claims. December 24: Report of the Committee to which was Referred the Petition of Frederic William Marshall. December 24: Report of the Committee on the Emancipation of Slaves to which was Referred the Petition of Sundry Persons. January 4: Report of the Committee to whom was Referred the Petition of Gotleib Shober on the Subject of a Loan of Money to Erect a Paper Manufactory (with Petitions). January 6: Report of the Committee to whom was Referred the Address of the Comptroller with Respect to Issuing Certificates...
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Cabarrus, StephenLenoir, William, 1751-1839Hunt, JHaywood, J
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