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day of

one thousand seven hundred

this
and ninety-five."

(Signed)

c Z. C. & M. M."

Names of persons to whom certificates of shares ère issued, viz.

Agent.
M. Maher.

1795. Names.

No. Jan. 9. Lachlan M'Intosh, 1 do.

2 do.

3 do.

4 Ferdinand O'Neal, 5 do.

6 do.

7 do.

8 Roger P. Saunders.. 9 do.

10 do.

11
do.

12
Benjamin Sims, for 13
Richard Worsham, 14
Roswell King,

15
do.

16 John Z.L. M. Maxwell, 17 do.

18 Thomas Wylly,

19 do.

20 Samuel Wright,

21 do.

22 do.

23 do.

24 John King,

25 do.

26 do.

27 do.

28 10. Isaac Walker,

29 do.

30 Richard Carnes, 31 do.

32 do.

33 do.

34 Joseph Farbrough, 35 do.

36 do.

37

Agent. M. Maher. Zach. Cox.

M. Maher.

1795. Names.

No.
Jan. 10. Joseph Farbrough, 38

Benjamin Porter, 39
do.

40
Robert Reins,

41 do.

42 William Poe,

43 do.

44 do.

45 John Thomas,

46 do.

47 Benajah Smith, 48 Thomas Napier,

49 do.

50 Robert Flournoy,

51 do.

52 Reuben de Jernatte, 53 do.

54 Wade Hampton,

55 For Jarrad Banks, 56 do.

57
do.

58
Charles Crawford, 59
Laird M. Harris, 60
James Warrington,

61
do.

62
Archibald Gresham,
do.

64
Davis Gresham, 65
do.

66
William Poe,
do.

68
Arthur Ford,

69 do.

70 William Fitzpatrick, 71 do.

72 Joseph Philips, 73 do.

74 James Scarlet,

75 do.

76 Francis Willis,

77 do.

78 Bedford Brown, 79 do.

80 John Clark,

81 do.

82 Elijah Clark,

83

63

67

Zach. Cox.

M. Maher.

Zach. Cox.

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M. Maher,

Zach. Cox.

M. Maler.

1795. Names. Jan. 10. Elijah Clark,

Samuel H. Marlow,

do,
Thomas P. Carnes,

do.
Joseph Ryan,

do.
do.

do.
George Walker,

do.
do.

do.
John Smith,

do.
do.

do.
John F. Gardner,

do.
do.

do.
William Cox,

do.
do.

do.
Stephen Heard,

do.
do.

do.
Daniel Gains,

do. do.

do. William Downs,

do.

do. William Downs, John Strother,

do. do.

do. Thomas Gilbert,

do.

Zach, Cox.

92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 iro 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126

M. Maher.

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GEORGIA,
By his excellency, John Milledge, governor and commander in chief

of the army and navy of this state, and of the militia thereof, To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: KNOW YE, that James Bozeman, esquire, who hath certified the proceedings of the house of representatives, from page one to three, is deputy clerk of the said house of representatives: And that William Robertson, esquire, who hath certified the proceedings of the senate, from page four to five, is secretary to the said senate, and all of which proceedings are hereunto annexed.

Therefore all due faith, credit, and authority, are and ought to be had and given their and each of their certificate and attestation as such.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the great seal of this state to be put and affixed, at the State-House, in Louisville, this twentieth day of January, in the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and three, and in the twentyseventh year of the independence of the United States of America.

By the governor,

HOR: MARBURY,

Secretary of the state.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATVES.

Friday, January 2d, 1795.

The bill to be intitled, An act supplementary to an act for appropriating a part of the unlocated territory of this state for the payment of the late state troops, and for other purposes therein mentioned, declaring the right of this state to the unappropriated territory thereof, for the protection and support of the frontiers of this state, and for other purposes, was read the third time, and several amendments made thereto;

On motion by Mr. Moubray,

Resolved, That the bill as amended do pass, and that the bill be An act supplementary to an act, intitled an act for appropriating a part of the unlocated territory of this state, for the payment of the late state troops and other purposes therein mentioned, declaring the right of this state to the unappropriated territory thereof, for the protection and support of the frontiers of this state, and for other purposes.

On the question put thereupon, the yeas and nays being required, are as follows:

Messrs. Carnes, Gindrot, Gresham, Gelbert, S. Heard, Hardin, T. Heard, Howell, King, Longstreet, Moubray, Musgrove, Moore, M'Intosh, Raburn, Watkins, Wilkinson, Worsham, and Walker. 19.

Nays. Messrs. Gibbons, I. Jones, G. Jones, I. Jones, Lanear, Lewis, M'Neil, Mitchell, and Shepherd. 9.

Ordered, That the clerk do carry the same to the Senate, and desire their concurrence.

I certify that the aforegoing is truly taken from the journal of the House of Representatives.

JAMES BOZEMAN,
for HINES HOLT,

Clerk of the House of Representatives. Louisville, January 20th, 1803.

IN SENATE.

Saturday, January 30, 1795. The bill to be entitled, An act supplementary to an act, entitled an act for appropriating a part of the unlocated territory of this state, for the payment of the late state troops, and for other purposes therein mentioned, declaring the right of this state to the

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