Wlliam Gilmore Simms
The Letters of William Gilmore Simms. Vol. 6, Supplement >> 222b Resolution Submitted to the House of Representatives Respecting a Magistrate's Appointment, 1844-12-18 >> Page 312

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Correspondence | U of South Carolina P | 2012
Transcription 312 THE SIMMS LETTERS
Autograph unsigned document in S165018, Resolutions of the General Assembly, item 00001, South Carolina Department of Archives and History. The resolution bore a clerk's notation "House Resolution[,] 1844 Dec. 17 Mr. W. Gilmore Simms." The next day the House adopted different resolutions, containing less adamant language, by a vote of 161 to 3. Simms voted against them; Journal of the House of Representatives of South Carolina, 1844 (Columbia, S.C.: A. H. Pemberton, State Printer, 1844), 163.
22 2b : RESOLUTION SUBMITTED TO THE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES RESPECTING
A MAGISTRATE'S APPOINTMENT

December 18, 1844
Mr. W. Gilmore Simms submitted the following Resolution, which was agreed to and ordered to be sent to the Senate for consideration:
Resolved,, That James Tupper2l be appointed a Magistrate for Barn-well District.
Printed in Journal of the House of Representatives of South Carolina, 1844 (Columbia, S.C.: A. H. Pemberton, State Printer, 1844), 158. The motion was tabled on December 18, 1844 (Journal of the House of Representatives of South Carolina, 1844, 167).
285a1 : REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC PRINTING TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

November 26, 1845
Mr. W. Gilmore Simms, from the Committee on Public Printing, made a Report on the transfer of the contract for printing this house from A. H. Pemberton to A. G. Summer.
Printed in Journal of the House of Representatives of South Carolina, 1845 (Columbia, S.C.: A. G. Summer, State Printer, 1845), 31.
21. Admitted to the South Carolina bar in 1842, James Tupper was master at equity of Charleston District in 1855 and Confederate state auditor in 1863.