Wlliam Gilmore Simms
The Letters of William Gilmore Simms. Vol. 6, Supplement >> 285a8 Report to the House of Representatives on a Resolution of Enquiry Respecting Elections, 1845-12-10 >> Page 316

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Transcription 316 THE SIMMS LETTERS
Printed in Journal of the House of Representatives of South Carolina, 1845 (Columbia, S.C.: A. G. Summer, State Printer, 1845), 73.
285a7 : BILL INTRODUCED IN THE HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIVES TO MAINTAIN
INTEGRITY' OF FREEHOLDS

December 5, 1845
Pursuant to notice, and by leave of the house, Mr. W. Gilmore Simms introduced a Bill to maintain in the freeholder, the integrity of the freehold, by the exemption of real Estate from levy and sale under execution, and for other purposes; which was read the first time and referred to the Committee on the judiciary.
Printed in Journal of the House of Representatives of South Carolina, 1845 (Columbia, S.C.: A. G. Summer, State Printer, 1845), 75.
285a8 : REPORT TO THE HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIVES ON A RESOLUTION OF
ENQUIRY RESPECTING ELECTIONS

December 10, 1845
Mr. W. Gilmore Simms, from the minority of the Committee on Federal Relations, made a report on a resolution of enquiry as to what action, if any, be necessary to be had at the present session of the legislature, in reference to the late act of Congress, requesting the time for holding elections of electors of President and Vice President of the United States; which Report was made the Special Order of the Day for Friday next at 1 o'clock P.nI.
Printed in Journal of the House of Representatives of South Carolina, 1845 (Columbia, S.C.: A. G. Summer, State Printer, 1845), 101.