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AN ACT

To Divorce Lucretia Dearmond from James Dearmond

Sec.1. Be it enacted by the Legislative Council and House of Representatives of the Alabama Territory, in General Assembly convened, That Lucretia Dearmond be, and she


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is hereby, divorced from the bonds of Matrimony, heretofore subsisting between the said Lucretia Dearmond and James Dearmond.

GABRIEL MOORE

Speaker of the House of Representatives

JAMES TITUS,

President of the Legislative Council

APPROVED- 13th February, 1818.

WM. W. BIBB.

Governor of the Alabama Territory

 

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AN ACT

To authorise the Administrators of James Allsup deceased, to sell real Estate.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Legislative Council and House of Representatives of the Alabama Territory, in General Assembly convened, That Robert R. Allsup administrator of James Allsup late of the county of Madison deceased, be, and he is hereby, authorised to sell a certain Lot adjoining the town of Huntsville, belonging to the estate of said decedant, on such terms as he may deem most advantageous, taking bond with good and sufficient security from the


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purchaser or purchasers, for the true and faithful payment of the consideration.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That said administrator is hereby authorised and empowered on the sale of said Lot, to make, or cause to be made to the purchaser or purchasers a conveyance of such title, as the said decedant had, or was entitled to; which conveyance shall be equally valid and binding, as if the same had been made by the said decedant, in his life time.

GABRIEL MOORE,

Speaker of the House of Representatives

JAMES TITUS

President of the Legislative Council

APPROVED- February 13th, 1818

WM. W. BIBB

Governor of the Alabama Territory

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AN ACT

Making appropriations to certain persons therein named

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Legislative Council and House of Representatives of the Alabama Territory, in General Assembly convened, That the sum of two hundred and eight dollars, be, and the same is


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hereby, allowed to Thomas H. Douglass, for house rent, fuel, and furniture, furnished the General Assembly at the present session, and the sum of sixty two dollars and thirty-seven and a half cents, to Kyle, Hicks, Smiley & Co. for stationery furnished for the use of the General Assembly.

GABRIEL MOORE

Speaker of the House of Representatives

JAMES TITUS,

President of the Legislative Council

APPROVED - 13th February, 1818.

WM. W. BIBB

Governor of the Alabama Territory.

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RESOLUTIONS

 

A joint Resolution authorising the Governor to draw upon the State of Mississippi for any monies due the Alabama Territory.

Resolved, by the Legislative Council and House of Representatives of the Alabama Territory in General Assembly convened, That the Governor be, and he is hereby, authorised


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to take such measures as he may deem most proper for the purpose of ascertaining and receiving, from the proper authorities, the amount of monies to which the Alabama Territory may be entitled, by virtue of the provision contained in the ninth section of the act of Congress, establishing a separate Territorial Government, for the Eastern part of the Mississippi Territory: as also all such public acts, papers, or documents, or authenticated copies thereof, now in the office of the Secretary of the State of Mississippi, as have relation to this Territory, and which may be considered important: and any expenses which may be incurred in carrying into effect this resolution, shall be paid out of the contingent fund, or any other monies in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated on the certificate of the Governor.

GABRIEL MOORE,

Speaker of the House of Representatives

JAMES TITUS

President of the Legislative Council

APPROVED- February 13th, 1818.

WM. W. BIBB,

Governor of the Alabama Territory


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A joint Resolution appointing Commissioners to mark out a road from the Town of Blakely to Fort Claiborne.

Resolved, by the Legislative Council and House of Representatives of the Alabama Territory in General Assembly convened, That Cyrus Sibley, Charles Hall, Aaron Barlow, Samuel Dale, James Earl, Paschal Harrison and Peter Randon, be, and they are hereby, appointed Commissioners, to lay out and mark a road from the Town of Blakely to Fort Claiborne.

GABRIEL MOORE,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES TITUS,

President of the Legislative Council,

Approved- 13th February, 1818.

WM. W. BIBB

Governor of the Alabama Territory

A joint Resolution making appropriation for the Sergeant at Arms.

Resolved, by the Legislative Council and House of Representatives of the Alabama Territory in General Assembly convened, That the sum of seventy eight dollars, be, and the same is hereby, allowed to Samuel Smith, Sergeant at arms, for his ser-


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vices in attending twenty-six days on the General Assembly.

GABRIEL MOORE,

Speaker of the House of Representatives,

JAMES TITUS,

President of the Legislative Council

APPROVED- 14th February, 1818.

WM. W. BIBB,

Governor of the Alabama Territory.

 

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A joint Resolution increasing the compensation of the Door keepers.

Resolved, by the Legislative Council and House of Representatives of the Alabama Territory, in General Assembly convened, That the Doorkeepers of the House of Representatives, and of the Legislative Council, be, and they are hereby allowed three dollars per diem, in full compensation for their services.

GABRIEL MOORE,

Speaker of the House of Representatives

JAMES TITUS,

President of the Legislative Council

APPROVED- 14th February, 1818.

WM. W. BIBB,

Governor of the Alabama Territory