ACTS
passed
AT THE SECOND SESSION
of the
FIFTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
of the
 STATE OF TENNESSEE
 
MURFREESBOROUGH
 
1824

CHAPTER CXVI


An Act to revive an act, entitled,
"An act to provide for establishing a new court-house in the county of Morgan,"
passed July 22d, 1820

Act  revived
 
     SECTION 1.  Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee,  That an act, entitled
"An act to provide for establishing a new court-house in the county of Morgan," passed July twenty-second,
one thousand eight hundred and twenty, be and the same hereby, is, revived; and it shall be the duty of the
sheriff of Morgan County, on the first Thursday, and succeeding day, in the month of September next, to
open and hold an election as prescribed in the first action of said act, for such places as may be put in
nomination by a majority of the justices of the court of pleas and quarter-sessions for the said county of
Morgan:  Provided, however, that not more than two places shall be thus put in nomination by the said
court:  And provided further, that the said nominations may be made by said court either at the first or
second sessions after the passage of this act.

Commiss'rs appointed

    Sec. 2  Be it enacted.  That Reuben Jones, Absolom Staples, Jeptha Duncan, and Martin Rector,
be, and they are hereby, appointed commissioners to carry the said act of the twenty-second of July,
one thousand eight hundred and twenty, into effect, as therein prescribed, and that each and every section
of said act, not inconsistent with the provisions of this act, shall have full force and operation; and that said commissioners shall be governed thereby in all things appertaining to their duties as commissioners in fixing
on, and establishing, a new court-house in the county of Morgan.

 

JAMES FENTRESS
Speaker of the House of Representatives
R. WEAKLEY
Speaker of the Senate
 
October 14, 1824


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