Senate Journal 1824 (30-318503-P131A.pdf)
250  [February 25] Mr. Witham from the committee on engrossed Bills then reported a [Bill] Bill additional to an Act to organize, govern and discipline the Militia," to be truly copied, and it was passed to be enacted: And Mr. Wheeler was charged with a message to communicate the same to the Governor for his approbation and signature. -
[Messages] A message from the Governor by the Secretary of State was then received, informing that the Governor had approved and signed the [Bill enacted] Bill additional to an Act to organize, govern and discipline the Militia. -
[Messages] A message was then sent to the House informing that the Senate had passed upon all the public business before them, and were about to adjourn without day. -
A message was then received from the House informing that the House had passed upon all the public business before them, and had voted to adjourn forthwith without day in concurrence. -
And the Senate was then accordingly adjourned without day. -
Attest Charles B. Smith, Secretary.
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