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PARKS, JAMES

Residence changed from Lumpkin to Forsyth, 139
PEACE WARRANTS.

Action of Magistrates upon, regulated,

PEDLERS.

Inferior Courts authorized to grant licenses to
peddle to a certain class of persons,

PENITENTIARY.

An act for the better government of,

PETERS, RICHARD.

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Appointed a commissioner to examine the
work of J. D. Gray & Co. on W. & A. R. R., 9

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.

To be compensated for post mortem examina-
tion, when summoned on juries of inquest,
Act of 1825, in reference to physicians and
apothecaries, amended,

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PILOTAGE.

Commissioners of for Darien to be elected by
the citizens of McIntosh county,

PITTMAN, JACOB.

Authorized to peddle,

PLANK ROADS-SEE INCORPORATIONS.

POOR SCHOOLS.

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Act of 1843 amended as to distribution of fund, 158
Teachers of poor children, Hall county, relieved, 159
Duty of trustee poor school fund of Burke co.,
Act in reference to Dooly poor school fund,

PRESCOTT, JESSE P.

To establish ferry on Alapaha river,

PROSECUTIONS.

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To protect persons from vexatious prosecutions, 270
To provide for settlement of, in certain cases,
PURDEN, THOMAS.

Residence changed from Ware to Wayne,

RABUN COUNTY.

RAILROADS.

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R.

Act in reference to education of the Poor,

155

Act of 1847, in relation to stock and other pro-
perty i jured by, amended,

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Freight trains prohibited from running on Sab-

bath day,

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The allowing a slave to pass over, in the ab-
sence of the owner or employer, without a
special permit, mode a misdemeanor,
Slave escaping on Railroad without permission

from the owner or employer, the road liable
for its value,

Georgia Railroad Company, tax on,

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RAILROADS―(Continued.)

Central Railroad company, tax on,

Macon & Western Railroad, do.

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Western & Atlantic, provision for taking up scrip, 9
Cooper, Reynolds & Peters, to examine work
of J. D. Gray & Co.,

Certain lands on, Governor authorized to sell,
Act of 1843, authorizing sale of, repealed,
Chief Engineer to have a turn-out made in
Cass county,

Act for the better government W. & A. R. R.,
Joint stock companies, how incorporated,

REAL ESTATE.

Aliens authorized to purchase, hold and devise,

RELIEF-

Of Wm. H. Monroe,

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"Andrew J. Cowart,

"Francis M. Ison,

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"John H. Mann, Ex'or., act of 1847 amended,
"All offenders for introducing slaves into
this State for sale,

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"Elisha Wylly,

"Josiah Spurlin, T. C. Union county,

"Wm. H. Graham and Hardin Perkins, 1

"Wm. P. Beall and Davis B. Hadley,

"Thomas Green, A. H. Smith, D. O'Byne

and Hiram Roberts,

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RELIEF (Continued.)

Of Robt. O'Barr, John F.Brown, Edward
A. Brown, C. Dodd, R. L. Jones, J. L.
Terrell and Wm. Headden,

"Robt. Stephens, Washington Stephens,
Barney West and Benjamin Highfield,

"Mary Holmes,

"James Alford,

REPORTER.

Duty of, in reporting Supreme Court decisions
defined,

REYNOLDS, L. O..

Appointed commissioner to examine work of
J. D. Gray & Co. on W. & A. R. R.,

RIVES, OSBORN

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Authorized to establish ferry across Oostanau-
la river in Cass county,

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ROBINSON, WILEY.

Residence changed from Ware to Wayne,

132

ROADS.

Acts of 1806 and 1817 relative to, amended
as to McIntosh county,

361

Acts of 1839, 1841 and 1845, relative to roads

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in Camden county, amended,

Act of 1806, relative to roads, amended as to
certain counties,

Acts of 1799, 1818 and 1845, in reference to
bridges and roads, repealed so far they re-
late to Chatham county,

Appropriation for road over Lookout Mt.,
Act to authorize the incorporation of joint stock
companies for the construction of graded,
McAdamized or plank roads,

RODGERS, JOHN C. & OTHERS.

Authorized to establish ferry on Flint river in
Macon county,

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ROWLAND, JOHN S.

Authorized to establish a ferry or build a bridge
across Etowah river in Cass county,

175

RIVERS.

Commissioners for Savannah appointed,

355

Acts in reference to fish traps in Great and
Little Ohoopee rivers, amended,

356

Chickamauga, to prevent the falling of timber in, 357
Fisheries in the Savannah and Ogechee riv-
ers regulated,

Act of 1835 in relation to the Oconee amended,
Wm. A. Carr and Peter Summey authorized

to navigate and keep open North Oconee
in Jackson and Clarke counties.

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SENATORIAL DISTRICTS.

Act of 1843 in reference to organization of,

amended,

SCRIVEN COUNTY.

Act of 1847 in relation to election precincts,

10th sec. repealed,

Half of tax of 1840 appropriated to,

SCIRE FACIAS.

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381

Service of on absent defendants, how perfected, 272
Acts in reference to, amended,

SIKES, DANIEL

Authorized to practice medicine without ob-
taining a license,

SHERIFFS.

Required to advertize in certain papers,
Duty in reference to costs in insolvent cases,
They and their deputies prohibited from be-
ing interested in property sold by them,
Prohibited from holding office of Constable,

SHIELDS, WM. B.

Residence changed from Henry to Butts,

SLAVES.

Act requiring Jailors and Sheriffs to advertize
ruaways in one of the gazettes at Milledge-
ville, altered and amended,

Railroads prohibited from passing, except up-
on certain conditions,

Tax upon owners allowing their slaves to hire
their own time,

Tax upon negroes nominally held to slavery,
Act to prevent illicit trading with and dissem-

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inating incendiary publications among, on
Savannah and Ogechee rivers,
Trial of slaves and free persons of color for
capital offences, to be had in Superior Court, 372
Regulations relative to persons taking up run-

aways,

Act of 1838, in relation to crimes committed
by slaves by the procurement of white per-
sons, amended,

Acts prohibiting importation of, repealed,
Sales of, in certain cases, regulated by muni-
cipal corporations,

SOLICITORS GENERAL.
SOLI

Duty in reference to cost in insolvent cases,
Fees, how paid in certain cases,

Compensation allowed for services in Su-
preme Court,

Residence in judicial circuit necessary qualifi-

cation,

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875

SOSBEE, ELIAS

Residence changed from Hall to Habersham,

STANTON, JOHN S.

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Residence changed from Walton to Newton,

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STEED, WILLIAM

Residence changed from Marion to Talbot,

STONE, A. C.

Residence changed from Lumpkin to Forsyth, 139
STEPHENS, JEPTHA B.

Authorized to practise Botanic System of med-

icine,

STRICKLAND, HARDY

Adm'r. of M. W. Killingsworth of DeKalb,

authorized to make his returns to the Ordi-
nary of Forsyth,

SUMTER COUNTY.

Time fixed for closing elections in,

SURETIES.

Law as to amended,

SURVEYOR GENERAL.

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Act of 1835 in reference to recording Head
Rights before granting of the same, repealed, 376

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Act to levy and collect a State Tax,
Act supplementary to general Tax laws,
Georgia Railroad Company, tax on,

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Clerks, Sheriffs and Coroners authorized to

advertise in papers at Milledgeville, Macon
or Albany,

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TANNER, HAMPTON

Residence changed from Telfair to Ware,

136

THOMAS COUNTY.

Fletcher Institute exempt from taxation,
Act of 1839, consolidating offices of Receiver
of Tax Returns and Collector, repealed,

TREASURER.

Authorized to make advances to public offi-

cers,

Authorized to pay members of Legislature,
Required to hold evidence of ceatain debts
against the Penitentiary,

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