House Journal 1824 (30-318939-P119A.pdf)
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subject of nominating candidates for the office of President and Vice President of the United States, instructing their Senators and requesting their Representatives in Congress, to use their best exertions, to prevent such nomination being made by members thereof in caucus during the present session.
In compliance with the request contained in each of the abovementioned communications. I have directed that they be laid before you by the Secretary, for your consideration. Council Chamber Jany 10. 1824
[see page 46.]
To the Senate and House of Representatives I have received from a Committee of the Inhabitants of the Town of Augusta "a deed conveying to the State a lot of land in said Town for the purposes therein expressed; which I lay before the two branches of the Legislature for their consideration. Council Chamber Jany 15. 1824
[See page 114.]
To the Senate and House of Representatives I have this day received from the Governor of Georgia a copy of a Resolution recently adopted by the general assembly of that State proposing an amendment
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