Mr. Barbour submitted the following motion for consideration by James Barbour

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The bill was read, and passed to the second reading. Holmes, of Maine, submitted the follow-ing motion for consideration: Resolved, That the President of the United States be requested to communicate to the Senate. Full text of "The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States: With an " See other formats.

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Resti in support of defendant Barbour's motion and filed by Mr. Resti on behalf of both defendants. OnMs. Cagnina wrote to the Court to advise that she had received notice that. The motion indicated that Mr. Moulton wished to remove his Following the conduct of Mr. Moulton’s deposition, Crossroads filed a response.

4 to his declaration on Decem The Rule 60(b) motion has been fully briefed and is ripe for review. DiscussionFile Size: 28KB. Knight submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, That the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads be instructed to inquire into the expediency of providing by law for an additional compensation to postmasters for stamping ship letters.

Barbour submitted the following motion for consideration; which was read. submitted as separate documents, not attached to or included in motions or other papers filed with the court.

A proposed order form is available on our website at by clicking “Debtor Resources” then “Motion and Notice Forms” or by clicking here. Motion made by Debby Letham, seconded by Sean Schembri Motion passed unanimously Rule changes approved in BOD Motion will be effective January 1, BOD Motion The ApHC Board of Directors moves to take Motion from the table and to approve Approval Motion to add ApHC Rules and establishing non.

The motion was agreed to; and thereupon Mr. Soper renewed his motion and the Convention adjourned till 2 o'clock P. AFTERNOON SESSION. At 2 o'clock Mr. Barbour submitted the following motion for consideration book.

the Convention reassembled, Mr. Lamb in the chair. Sinsel, chairman of the Committee on Credentials, submitted the following report, which was adopted. The Barbour County Economic Development Authority submitted a request for $15, to continue with improvements and securing jobs in current open buildings.

This request was approved on a motion by Tim McDaniel and seconded by Phil hart and unanimously voted to be taken from the Coal Reallocation Size: 1MB. [3] By her orders of April 14 and Jthe trial judge also required that Mr. Barbour pay Mrs. Bailey’s costs in the amount of $, and that Mr.

Barbour’s counsel reimburse Mr. Barbour for 20 per cent or $98, of the costs awarded to Mrs. Bailey, and pay personally the costs of the Rule motion. A motion for appropriate relief (MAR) is a motion made after judgment to correct any errors that occurred before, during, or after a criminal trial or proceeding, including errors related to the entry of a guilty plea.

Article 89 of G.S. Chapter 15A (G.S. 15A through G.S. 15A) addresses MARs. A resolution, heretofore submitted by Mr. BASKERVILL, asking certain information from the secretary of the treasury of the Confederate States, in relation to the tariff laws of the Confederate States, and the amount of revenue received from customs, &c., was taken up, and on motion of Mr.

HUNTER, laid on the table. On motion of Senator Chafin, the Senate concurred in the following House of Delegates amendment to the title of the bill: Enr.

Com. Sub. for House Bill No. --An Act to amend and reenact § of the Code of West Virginia,as amended, relating to extending the termination date of the Hazardous Waste Management Fee Fund; and. MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF EAST LOTHIAN COUNCIL TUESDAY 23 FEBRUARY COUNCIL CHAMBER, TOWN HOUSE, HADDINGTON Regarding pages of the Minute Book, Councillor Innes commented that Joint Headships remained an outstanding matter, to which the ahead with Mr J Barbour, Chief Executive of NHS Lothian, and suggested to.

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Lederman, Mr. Wood, Mr. Dutton, Mr. Shoemaker, and Mr. Robertson. The first item on the agenda was a review of the minutes of the previous meeting. After reviewing the minutes, Mr. Shoemaker moved the minutes be approved as written. This motion was seconded by Mr. Robertson. Chairman Lederman called for a vote.

The following arc the remarks of Mr. Barbour, to which' we have alluded: ’dt. the question essentially in.o'v- fhe framers of'th ledge, -lore de-ydy rea 1 in -li; character of man: they hud seen him in every phase ol which he was susceptible, in peace and war.— "hey,_therefore, knew that power & distinction er: idols but too.

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consideration ; which motion was objected to, and the bill was laid over. HOUSE. The question was stated to be on the motion of Mr. Orr, of South Carolina, to lay on the table the motion, submitted by him, to reconsider the vote adopting the following resolution: J.

Simonton having appeared at the bar of the House according to its order, and the. Barbour submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, That the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the propriety of so modifying the law punishing piracy as to authorize the President of the United States to commute capital punishment for confinement in penitentiary houses.

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In a model of space-time we describe motion of objects and particles into space. Space itself is atemporal. RESOLVED to approve the Minutes of September 27 and October 1, CLAIMS.

Interfund Advance. Upon a motion of Charles Barbour and a second by George Smith, Peggy Hobson Calhoun voting aye, Douglas Anderson voting aye, Ronnie Chappell voting aye, it was. RESOLVED to approve the following interfund advance as of Novem Mr.

MALLORY submitted the following preamble and resolution; which, on motion of Mr. MAGRUDER, was ordered to be referred to the committee on finance: Whereas a doubt exists among the commissioners of the revenue in the different counties of this commonwealth, as to the true construction of sect chapter 1 of the Acts ofin regard.

LIST OF SUBMITTED MOTIONS* ID number in Review ** Exact subject E Year of the dugong and conservation of Okinawa dugong E Accelerate progress on creating marine protected area networks. Providing for consideration of the joint resolution (H.J. Res. 38) disapproving the rule submitted by the Department of the Interior known as the Stream Protection Rule.

Procedurally-related: is a House rule related to House: 01/31/ Motion to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection. W hereupon r On motion of Mr, Barbour, of Virginia, the meeting Adjourned» Thursday, l>eceinber 5, 1$ The Delegates met pursuant to adjournment, and the journal of yesterday was read.

When Mr. Burnet, of Ohio, announced the arrival of his c^- liegne, Cyrus Falconer, and presented his credentials. ^be following committee has recently te*a appointed in the House of Kepre senutives: 0* Ruads and Canals—Mr. Stewart, Mr. cul of Georgia, Mr. Hawks, Mr. Matson. r* Ball, Mr. Barton, and Mr.

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Motion died for lack of a second. APPOINTMENT TO THE HINDS COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH COMMISSION UPON A motion of Douglas Anderson, and a second by Ronnie Chappell, Peggy Hobson Calhoun voting aye, it was RESOLVED to appoint Mr. William “Bill” Gittings to the Hinds County.

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