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Acts and Resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of South-Carolina, 1810, 118 pp.  PDF File

p. 101-106

In the House of Representatives, December 19, 1810.

THE committee on vacant offices, Report the following vacancies, and recommend the following resolution filling the said vacancies.

Resolved, That the following persons be, and they are hereby appointed justices of the quorum and justices of the peace, for the several districts and parishes in this state, for the next four years, viz.

For Greenville district. Justices of the quorum--James Kilgore, Reuben Barrot, David Goodlett, Leonard Tarrant, John Clements and Hudson Berry, all re-appointed; and Zenus Rice, vice George Grace, removed out of district. Justices of the peace--Laurence Brasher, Robert Morrow, John Young, Thomas Ferguson, Philip Evans, Elisha Green, Benjamin Griffith, jun. James Alexander, Willis Benson, Ephraim M’Lain, Dyer Taylly, James N. M’Creary and George Green, re-appointed; William Dunklin, vice Thomas Hamilton, resigned; John Townsend; Agrippa Mosely, vice Humphrey Cobb, resigned: Strother Shumate, vice Venus Rice, promoted.

Lancaster district. Justices of the quorum--Joseph Lee, re-appointed; Benjamin Massey, vice Samuel C. Dunlap, deceased. Justices of the peace--Nathan Barr, John Nesbitt and Thomas Nelson, re-appointed; Robert Crocket, John Kennington(sic.), John Graham, sen. James Douglass and John Stewart, appointed to fill up the number allowed by law.

York district. Justices of quorum--William Hill, Alexander Moore, John M’Clenahan, re-appointed; Joseph M’Kinzie, jun. in the room of James Duff, declined serving, James A. Whyte and George Plaxco. Justices of the peace--Francis Adams, John Hutchinson, James Harris, re-appointed; James m’Kee, vice Robert Johnson, whose time has expired; Samuel Burns, vice George Plaxco, promoted; and Robert Davison, vice William Clinton, deceased.

Chesterfield district. Justices of the quorum--Thomas Powe, James Blakeney, Allen Chapman, re-appointed; and John Dewit, vice James House, about to remove out of the district. Justices of the peace--Miles King, David Dearden, John Lowry and William Ellerby, re-appointed; James H. Pegues, vice Claudius Pegues; Gillom King, vice Dempsey Spears; and John Welch, sen. Hugh Blakeney, John Harrell and John Griffith, appointed to fill the complement for said district.

Lexington district. Justices of the peace--Harman Boughman, re-appointed; John Sawyer, re-appointed; George Stedham, vice Joshua Gunter; James Kennedy, vice George Leibhart; Richard Williams, vice Isaac Landsdale; William Geiger, jun. Vice Samuel Carben.

Marlborough district. Justices of the quorum--William Pledger, John Lide, Malachi Pegues, Wm. Whitefield, James R. Ervin and William Easterling, re-appointed. Justices of the peace--Nathan Thomas, John M’Kay, David Stewart, Wm. Neaville, Wm. Bristow, William Fields, Francis Mills, re-appointed; Robert Lide, vice John Lide: John Terrel, vice Thos. Godfrey, removed.

Marion district. Justices of the quorum--Robert Hodges, Henry C. Leggett, Jaquis Bishop, Robert Moody, Joseph Davis, Henry Brasel, Chesley Daniel, and Patrick Donnelly. Justices of the peace--Austin Stone, Hugh G. Fladger, William Thomas, John Swinney, Samuel Bigham, Lamuel(sic.) Brian, Duncan Carmichael, Neil Carmichael, Hector M’Neil.

Williamsburg district. Justices of [the] quorum--Jonathan Bostwick, William M’Donald and Elam James Mills. Justices of the peace--William Hidelson, William Salters, Samuel Jenkins, Philip Stone, and Samuel Commander.

Claremont county. Justices of the quorum--Henry Hunter and Matthew S. Moore, re-appointed; amd Henry Young, vice Absalom Williams, not qualified. Justices of the peace--James Bates, Spencer Wilder and Henry D. Atkinson, re-appointed; John Mayrant, jun. anew.

Salem county. Justices of the quorum--George Cooper, re-appointed. Justices of the peace--Josiah Bradley, anew.

Saint Bartholomew’s parish. Justices of the quorum--Richard Singleton, Hugh Campbell, William Youngblood and H. Pyke. Justices of the peace--John Linder, John Rice, Isaac Richardson, James Stephens, John V. Jones, Valentine Ruger and William Walter. . . . .

 

Acts and Resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of South-Carolina. Passed in March, 1817. No. 335

 

Acts, p. 5

An ACT making appropriation for the extra session of the the legislature, . . . .

For John M’Millan, sheriff of Pendleton district, for amount of his account reported to the last session, sixty-four dollas twenty-eight cents. . . .

To the Winyaw Indigo Society, the sum of four hundred and thirty-nine dollars. . . .

 

Resolutions, p. 2 [9]

In the House of Representatives, March 24, 1817.

RESOLVED, That Major Frederick Nance, Y. J. Harrington, and John Caldwell, be appointed commissioners to contract for and superintend the recording and arranging of the papers in the Ordinary’s office of Newberry district; and that they report their proceedings to the legislature at their next session.

In the House of Representatives, March 24, 1817.

RESOLVED, That the commissioners appointed to examine into the particular state of the company for opening the navigation of the Catawba river, be ordered to meet at Camden; and the commissioners on the part of the company, if any be appointed, are ordered to meet at the same time and place.

Resolutions, page 10 In the House of Representatives, March 24, 1817.

RESOLVED, That James Crook be appointed justice of the Peace for Spartanburgh district, in the place of John Bruton, who was promoted th the last session of the legislature.

Resolutions, page 11 In the House of Representatives, March 27, 1817.

RESOLVED, That James Rodgers be appointed a justice of the quorum for Fairfield district, he having omitted to qualify under and appointment of 1815--that James Rochell and Buckner Haygood be appointed justices of the peace for the said district.

In the House of Representatives, March 25, 1817.

RESOLVED, That Abner Files be appointed a Justice of the Peace in Pendleton district, vice Preston Starritt, removed.

In the House of Representatives, March 28, 1817.

RESOLVED, That John Bankhead be appointed a justice of the peace for Union district.

In the House of Representatives, March 26, 1817.

RESOLVED, That Leonard Pratt be appointed justice of quorum, vice Henry Head, resigned--justices of [the] peace, Newton Franklin, vice Leonard Pratt, promoted; Jess T. Wallis, vice William Smith, who declines serving; William Wilks and Philip Noland, re-appointed for Chester.

In the House of Representatives, March 26, 1817.

RESOLVED, That William C. Lipscomb be appointed a manager of election for Abbeville district, at the house of col. John Logan, in the room of Pleasant Wright, resigned.

Resolutions, page12

In the House of Representatives, March 24, 1817.

RESOLVED, That Caleb Greer be appointed Justice of the Peace for Union district, in the room of Caleb Green, there being no person in that district of that name.

In the House of Representatives, March 26, 1817.

RESOLVED, That John Rice be, and he is hereby appointed a justice of quorum, vice Richard Bryan, who declines serving; and that Hardy Goodwin be, and is hereby appointed a justice of the peace, vice John Rice, promoted.

In the House of Representatives, March 25, 1817.

RESOLVED, That Hiram Whitted be appointed Justice of the Peace, vice John Hodges, who refuses to qualify. John H. Harrison, vice Samuel Morrow, removed. Allin Marshal, re-appointed. Peter Edwards, Justice of the Quorum, vice Thomas Edwards, resigned; for Greenville district.

Resolutions, page 13 In the House of Representatives, March 27, 1817.

RESOLVED, That William Vaughan, jun. be appointed a justice of the quorum; and that Stephen Hanks, Deveaux Ballard, John H. Lenoir, and Alexander Silliman, be appointed justices of the peace for the county of Claremont.

Salem--George Cooper, justice of the quorum.

In the House of Representatives, March 24, 1817.

RESOLVED, That Zadock Ford be appointed manager of election for Spartanburgh district, at Stearling Westmoreland’s, in place of James Brockman, resigned.

Resolutions, page 15

In the Senate, March 26, 1817.

RESOLVED, That Joseph Young be appointed a justice of the peace for Newberry district, in place of Charles Thompson, deceased, and John Toland, in the place of John Glenn, who refuses to qualify.

In the Senate, March 28, 1817.

RESOLVED, That Charles Bussey be appointed a Justice of Quorum for Edgefield district, in the place of Robert Long, sen. deceased.

 

 


 

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