Journal of the Senate of the State of South Carolina

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Page 8 - Committee be appointed to wait upon His Excellency the Governor, and inform him that...
Page 173 - There shall be a joint committee on the library, to consist of three members on the part of the Senate and three on the part of the...
Page 165 - That Alexander Garrett, treasurer of the Central College, be continued as the depository of the funds of the institution, with authority to exercise the powers and perform the duties of bursar of the University until otherwise provided. That to meet the immediate and pressing calls for money, he be authorized to receive from the treasury of the State the sum of fifteen hundred dollars, in part of the public endowment of 15,000 dollars for the present year.
Page 30 - Republicanism iiself depends, is no longer safe in the Union. Then we may hope that they will rise in the majesty of their strength and spirit, and, in conjunction with us. either force our rights to be respected in the Union, or take our place as a Southern Confederacy amongst the nations of the earth.
Page 43 - The committee of ways and means, to whom was referred the report of the president and directors of the Bank of the State of South Carolina, ask leave to report that they have given it that earnest consideration which its importance demands.
Page 15 - State to the amount of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, ($250,000,) for the purpose of forwarding the construction of the new State Capitol.
Page 25 - Pereira was at perfect liberty to depart at any moment that he could get a vessel to transport him beyond the limits of the State.
Page 25 - Yates, together with the letter of the British Consul, are herewith transmitted. " While these proceedings were pending, the Sheriff of Charleston had my instructions not to give up the prisoner, even if a writ of habeas corpus had been granted.
Page 7 - Carolina, moved to amend the resolution by striking out all after the word "Resolved...
Page 20 - System) works badly except in large cities. Conducted as they are in the country, I do not hesitate to pronounce it an almost useless expenditure of the public fund ; yet 1 am far from being willing to recommend a discontinuance of the appropriation. I am sure the system could be so altered and improved as to work well with us.

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