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Act entitled amend an Act amend the charter appointed Arnim Barber Bieman Bill be engrossed Bill received Bill to amend Bill to incorporate Blue Ridge Railroad Burroughs Cardozo Charleston Charleston County Committee on Incorporations Concurrent Resolution consideration to-morrow Corbin County Commissioners Court duly and correctly Duncan Duvall election Enrolled Acts entitled An Act further consideration Georgetown County Hayes Hayne Holcombe House of Representatives impeachment introduced A Bill Johnston Joint Resolution authorizing Judiciary Leslie lieu thereof Marlboro County Maxwell McIntyre Messrs Montgomery motion Nash nays were taken Nays—Messrs Ordered for consideration Owens ported as duly postponed PRESIDENT announced printed question of agreeing question was taken reading and consideration received its second Report of Committee Report was read reported back resulted as follows second reading Section Senate proceeded Senate resumed Sergeant-at-Arms South Carolina Special Order Swails T. O. P. Vernon taken on agreeing third reading tion WHITTEMORE WIMBUSH yeas and nays Yeas—Messrs
Page 221 - All persons are commanded to keep silence, on pain of imprisonment, while the House of Representatives is exhibiting to the Senate of the United States...
Page 195 - ... may be made in such manner as the Senate shall direct. If the accused, after service, shall fail to appear, either in person or by attorney, on the day so fixed therefor as aforesaid, or, appearing, shall fail to file his answer to such articles of impeachment, the trial shall proceed, nevertheless, as upon a plea of not guilty.
Page 4 - Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, of high crimes and misdemeanors in office; and we further inform the Senate that the House of Representatives will in due time exhibit particular articles of impeachment against him and make good the same; and in their name we demand that the Senate take order for the appearance of the said Andrew Johnson to answer said impeachment.
Page 3 - Missouri, of high misdemeanors in office, and acquaint the Senate that the House of Representatives will in due time exhibit particular articles of impeachment against him and make good the same, and that said committee do demand that the Senate take order for the appearance of the said James H. Peck, to answer to said impeachment.
Page 11 - VII, except when the doors shall be closed for deliberation, and in that case no member shall speak more than once on one question, and for not more than ten minutes on an interlocutory question, and for not more than fifteen minutes on the final question...
Page 530 - The regular progression in this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendment; the Lords insist on it; the Commons insist on their disagreement; the Lords adhere to their amendment; the Commons adhere to their disagreement. The term of insisting may be repeated as often as they choose to keep the question open. But the first adherence by either, renders it necessary for the other side to recede or adhere also ; when the matter is usually suffered to fall.— 10 Grey, 148.
Page 196 - At all times while the Senate is sitting upon the trial of an impeachment the doors of the Senate shall be kept open, unless the Senate shall direct the doors to be closed while deliberating upon its decisions.
Page 193 - Senate shall, at 1 o'clock afternoon of the day (Sunday excepted) following such presentation, or sooner if so ordered by the Senate, proceed to the consideration of such articles, and shall continue in session from day to day (Sundays excepted), after the trial shall commence (unless otherwise ordered by the Senate), until final judgment shall be rendered, and so much longer as may, in its judgment, be needful. Before proceeding to the consideration of the articles of impeachment, the presiding...
Page 131 - An act to revise, simplify, and abridge the rules, practice, pleadings, and forms in civil cases in the courts of this State ; to abolish distinct forms of action at law ; and to provide for the administration of justice, in a uniform mode of pleading and practice, without distinction between law and equity...
Page 555 - The General Assembly, at its first session after the adoption of this Constitution, shall provide for the appointment of three commissioners whose duty it shall be to revise, simplify and abridge the rules, practice, pleadings and forms of the courts of justice.