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From: Deanna Baumgardner <>
Subject: John W. Hooper 1830
Date: Sat, 5 Aug 2006 12:52:06 -0700
Georgia Legislative Documents
Content of Act/Resolution
ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE State of Georgia. PASSED IN
MILLEDGEVILLE AT AN ANNUAL SESSION IN OCTOBER, NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER.
RESOLUTIONS WHICH ORIGINATED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
1830 Vol. 1 -- Page: 280
Sequential Number: 227
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Thursday, Dec. 16, 1830.
The committee on finance to whom was referred the comptroller's
letters with the accompaning documents, to wit: the annual report of
the Attorney and Solicitors General, that is George W. Crawford
Attorney General, and John W. Hooper, Benjamin F. Hardeman, Turner H.
Trippe, Mark A. Cooper and Joseph W. Jackson, Solicitors General,
have had the same under consideration, by which it appears that
various sums of money have been collected by those officers, and
stated to be paid into the treasury, and that various other debts are
in a train of collection, some of them considered bad and others
doubtful, your committee would therefore recommend, the adoption of
the following resolution.
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of
Georgia, in General Assembly met, That the Comptroller General, be
instructed to continue his vigilance, in collecting the outstanding
debts of the State.
ASBURY HULL, Speaker.
Attest, W. C. DAWSON, Clerk.
In the Senate, read and concurred in,
Friday, Dec. 17, 1830.
THOMAS STOCKS, President.
Attest, JOHN A. CUTHBERT, Secretary.
GEORGE R. GILMER, Governor.
Approval Date: Approved, Dec. 22, 1830.
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