House Journal 1833 (30-318948-P072B.pdf)
House of Representatives Tuesday January 29. 1833.
Met according to adjournment
Petition of Herman Aye, for increase of pension was read and referred to the Committee on Military Pensions - sent up for concurrence -
Message from the Governor
I herewith transmit for the information of the Legislature, Resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of North Carolina relative to the Constitution and Union of the United States in opposition to the doctrine of nullification as avowed by the state of South Carolina and in favor of a repeal of the existing tariff.
I also transmit Resolutions of the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in favor of the protection of domestic manufactures and deprecating the passage of the tariff bill now pending before congress as impolitic and inexpedient and ruinous in its tendency.
Council chamber Augusta Jany 28. 1833} Saml E. Smith
which message came from the Senate referred with the accompanying documents to the committee who have under consideration so much of a former message as relates to South Carolina, for concurrence and the House concurred.
On motion of Mr Swett of Prospect Messrs Chadwick of Gardiner and Frost of Standish were added to the Committee to whom was referred an order
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