Legislature - Fayette Citizens

Relief of James Alford

Source: [Title, See Below], [Georgia Legislative Documents], [Georgia Department of Archives and History], presented in the Digital Library of Georgia

ACTS OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA, 1849-50.
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1849 Vol. 1 -- Page: 12

Sequential Number: 006

Full Title: AN ACT for the relief of James King, of the county of Cherokee, and to appropriate certain monies for the benefit of certain persons therein named.

WHEREAS James King, of the county of Cherokee, in compliance with the provisions of the act relating to reverted lands, assented to December 28th, 1842, made application for the grant to lot number twenty-four, in the second District and the second section of Cherokee county: And whereas, at the time of said application, it appeared by the entries in the books of the Executive Office, that the grant to said lot of land had issued: and whereas said lot was subsequently granted as a reverted lot, whereby the Treasury of the State received twenty-two and a half dollars more than would have been paid in had the grant issued to the said James King, the rightful owner of said lot:

Page: 13

SECTION 1. Be it therefore enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Georgia in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That his Excellency the Governor be, and he is hereby authorized to draw his warrant on the Treasury for the said sum of twenty-two and a half dollars, in favor of said James King.

SECTION 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of four hundred and fifty dollars be, and is hereby appropriated to the Rev. George White in payment for one hundred and fifty copies of "White's Statistics," which his Excellency the Governor was authorized to subscribe by a resolution passed the last General Assembly.

SECTION 3. And be it further enacted, That James Alford, of Fayette county, be, and he is hereby relieved from the payment of the residue of a judgment against him in favor of the Central Bank of Georgia, which judgment was and is founded upon his endorsement of the note of James Sudduth, the principal according to the face of the said note together with the interest thereon having already been paid off and discharged.

SECTION 4. And be it further enacted, That the sum of forty dollars and twenty-six cents be paid to Deleware Morris, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated; it being the principal and interest of the amount paid the State for the purchase of lot number one hundred and ten in the ninth district of Hall county, sold by the Commissioners of the State in conformity with the act of the General Assembly passed December 22d, 1827, entitled an act to dispose of the residue of lands heretofore reserved for the use of the State, at which sale Charles F. Betton became the purchaser, and the certificate of purchase has been for a valuable consideration transferred to Deleware Morris, but to which land the said Betton or
Morris have never been able to obtain a grant, it having been previously granted by the State to one Edward Horne, of Campbell's district, Morgan county, and evidently sold by mistake; and that the Governor issue his warrant for said amount.

SECTION 5. And be it further enacted, That the Governor draw his warrant on the Treasury, in favor of James M. Wayne, President of the Georgia Historical Society, for the sum of six hundred dollars, to defray the expense of procuring transcripts of certain colonial records which they tender to the State.
 


Relief of John Huie


Source: [Title, See Below], [Georgia Legislative Documents], [Georgia Department of Archives and History], presented in the Digital Library of Georgia

1853 Vol. 1 -- Page: 525

Sequential Number: 547
Law Number: (No. 457.)

Full Title: An Act for the relief of John Huie, of the County of Fayette.

WHEREAS, John Huie, of the County of Fayette, on the thirteenth day of July, 1840, [UNK]1841,[UNK] with divers other persons, become the endorser upon two promissory notes, one for eight hundred dollars, made by J. Q. A. Alford, and one for five hundred dollars, made by Alfred M. Watts, which were severally discounted at the Central Bank, for one hundred dollars. And,

WHEREAS, Said notes were sued in separate actions and judgments obtained thereon, first against the said John Huie, in 1842, and afterwards against the other parties. And,

WHEREAS, Said last mentioned judgments were paid Gibson Clark, (Attorney of the Central Bank,) in the years 1845 and 1846, who accounted with said Bank for one of them. And,

WHEREAS, The Director of said Bank afterward in August, 1850, caused the judgments against said John [Illegible Text] to be levied and collected during the absence of said Huie from the State, by means whereof said notes and the judgments founded thereon, have been twice paid. And,

WHEREAS, The amount raised from the sales of said Huie's property with interest, should be refunded to him.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Georgia in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That the sum of four hundred and sixty-eight dollars and thirty-seven cents, be and the same is hereby appropriated to the said John Huie, and that the Governor, be and he is hereby required to draw his warrant upon the Treasury for said sum, in favor of the said John Huie, the judgments aforesaid and interest with the expenses of levy and sale amounting thereto.

Approval Date: Approved, February 18th, 1854.


Relief of John Huie

Source: [Title, See Below], [Georgia Legislative Documents], [Georgia Department of Archives and History], presented in the Digital Library of Georgia

ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA, PASSED IN MILLEDGEVILLE, AT A BI-ENNIAL SESSION, IN NOVEMBER, DECEMBER, JANUARY, FEBRUARY & MARCH, 1855-'56. COMPILED, AND NOTES ADDED, By JOHN W. DUNCAN.
PART II.---LOCAL AND PRIVATE LAWS.
TITLE II. APPROPRIATIONS.

1855 Vol. 1 -- Page: 327

Sequential Number: 292
Law Number: (No. 291.)

Full Title: An Act for the relief of John Huie of the county of Fayette.

42. Section I. Be it enacted, &c., That the Governor draw his warrant on the Treasury of this State in favor of John Huie, or his order for the sum of two hundred and fifty-six 87 100 dollars, the amount paid by him as endorser of a note made by Allen Alford, which was paid twice, once by said Allen Alford, and again by the said John Huie, by the levy and sale of his property in the county of Fayette.

Approval Date: APPROVED, March 6th, 1856.


Relief of William M. Pyron

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ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA, PASSED IN MILLEDGEVILLE, AT AN ANNUAL SESSION IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER, 1859.
PART. II. LOCAL AND PRIVATE LAWS.
TITLE XVII. RELIEF.

1859 Vol. 1 -- Page: 352

Sequential Number: 422
Law Number: (No. 351.)

Full Title: An Act for the relief of William M. Pyron of Fayette county, &c.

Whereas, William M. Pyron of the county of Fayette, gave in his tax, the present year in the county of Clayton, thinking that he was a citizen of Clayton county, being near the line and understood he was; and whereas, it is now ascertained that he lives in the county of Fayette.

12. SECTION I. Be it enacted, That William M. Pyron be relieved from paying tax in the county of Clayton, and that he is hereby authorized and required to pay his tax in the county of Fayette, according to the return given in the county of Clayton, and not pay a double tax in Fayette county.

SEC. II. Repeals conflicting laws.

Approval Date: Approved Dec. 19th, 1859.


Relief of William P. Redwine

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ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA, PASSED IN MILLEDGEVILLE, AT AN ANNUAL SESSION IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER, 1859.
PART. II. LOCAL AND PRIVATE LAWS.
TITLE XVII. RELIEF.

1859 Vol. 1 -- Page: 353

Sequential Number: 424
Law Number: (No. 353.)

Full Title: An Act for the relief William P. Redwine, of Fayette county.

Whereas, on the fifteenth day of November, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, William P. Redwine of Fayette county, together with Samuel Pyle, L. B. Jackson, Blake Jackson, Mathew E. Jackson, William G. Smith, John D. Keaton and Isaac Holcombe, became the sureties of one Diskin Holcombe, on a recognizance for his appearance at the September Term, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, of the Superior Court of said county of Fayette; and whereas, at the said September Term, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, of said Court, said recognizance was forfeited on account of the non-appearance of the said Diskin
Molcombe.


16. SECTION I. Be it enacted, &c., That from and after the passage of this act, said William P. Redwine, be, and he is hereby released and fully exonerated from all liability on said recognisance.

SEC. II. Repeals conflicting laws.

Passed in the House by a constitutional majority of 103 yeas to 28 nays, over the Governor's veto, November 26th, 1859.

I. T. IRVIN,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JAMES J. DIAMOND,

Clerk of the House of Representatives.

Passed in the Senate, by a constitutional majority of 96 yeas to 14 nays, over the Governor's veto, November 30th, 1859.

T. L. GUERRY,

President of the Senate.

FRED. H. WEST,

Sectary of the Senate.

Approval Date: [missing data]


Relief of Alexander Ware

Source: [An Act for the Relief of Alexander Ware], [Georgia Legislative Documents], [Georgia Department of Archives and History],
presented in the Digital Library of Georgia


ACTS OF THE General [Illegible Text], OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA, [Illegible Text] IN [Illegible Text] AT AN ANNUAL SESSION IN NOV. AND DEC. 1826.
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Relief laws.

1826 Vol. 1 -- Page: 151

Sequential Number: 154

Full Title: AN ACT for the relief of Alexander Ware.

Whereas, Alexander Ware has petitioned this Legislature for indulgence on the instalments that are due from his to the state, for the purchase of fractional surveys of land at the late sales -- And whereas the said Alexander Ware has made it satisfactorily appear that he has exhausted his funds by furnishing the friendly Indians with subsistence while [Illegible Text] from their homes, and has not been reimbursed by the United States Government:

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Georgia in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That the said Alexander Ware shall be indulged one year for the instalments that is now due or which may become due within ninety days from and after the passage of this act, on fractions number thirty, thirty-two, thirty-three, forty-four, and sixty-three, in the sixth district Fayette county, and number one hundred and sixty, in the seventh district Fayette county, by paying lawful interest on the same -- any law to the contrary notwithstanding.

Approval Date: Assented to 22d Dec. 1826.
 


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