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Microfilm MSA SC M61

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Public Documents, 1836-1837

November 21, 1836 - November 26, 1836 Special Session (House only; Session 250)
December 26, 1836 - March 22, 1837 Regular Session (Session 251)

December 25, 1837 - March 30, 1838 Regular Session (Session 252)

Public Documents - November 21, 1836-November 26, 1836 Special Session (House only) and the December 26, 1836-March 22, 1837 Regular Session
Pages m61-0001 through m61-0626 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland State Archives

  • Rules and Orders for the Regulation and Government of the House of Delegates, of the State of Maryland, at November Session, Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-Six (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1836)
  • Message from the Executive [Thomas W. Veazy], to the Legislature of Maryland, November Session, 1836. (Annapolis: J. Hughes, 1836)
  • Communication from the Executive, 23d November, 1836, in reply to enquiries respecting the cost of Printing (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes,1836)
  • Annual Message of the Executive [Thomas W. Veazy] to the Legislature of Maryland, December Session, 1836. (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1836)
  • [B] Thomas S. Alexander, Chairman. Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, to the House of Delegates, respecting the Surplus Revenue. (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1836)
  • Communication from the Treasurer of the Western Shore, respecting the Washington Monument, 22d December 1836 (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1836)
  • The Annual Report of the Treasurer of the Western Shore, for December Session, 1836, to the General Assembly of Maryland, in pursuance of an Act of the Legislature, passed at December Session, 1824, entitled, An Act relating to the Treasurers of the Western and Eastern Shores (Annapolis:Jeremiah Hughes, 1836)
  • [Document No. 1] Message from the Executive [Thomas W. Veazy], to the Legislature of Maryland, at the November Extra Session, 1836. (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1836)
  • [Document No. 2] Communication from George W. Hughes, Esq., Engineer, to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • [Document No. 3] Communication from William Krebs, Esq., President of the Maryland Canal Company, to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • Communication from the Treasurer of the Western Shore, in obedience to an order of the House of Delegates, of 24th November 1836, relative to the Indemnity (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1836)
  • [Document No. 5] Extract from the Proceedings of the Governor and Council on the Report of the survey of routes for the Maryland Canal (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [Document No. 6] Communication from J. W. Patterson, Esq., President of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [Document No. 7] Communication from George C. Washington, Esq., President of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [Document No. 8] Letter from H. W. Evans, Esq., President of the Union Bank and Commissioner of Loans, to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [Document No. 9] Ninth Annual Report of the President and Directors to the stockholders of the Baltimore and Susquehanna Railroad Company (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • Report of the Chief Engineer [Isaac Trimble] of Baltimore and Susquehana Railroad Company, to the President and Board of Directors, October 7, 1836 (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [Document No. 10] Letter from Thomas Culbreth, Clerk of the Council, to Josiah Baily, Esq., Attorney General. (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [Document No. 11] Communication from His Excellency, Robert P. Dunlap, Governor of the State of Maine, to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [Document No. 12] Communication from His Excellency, Robert P. Dunlap, Governor of the State of Maine, to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [Document No. 13] Communication from His Excellency, W. L. Marcy, Governor of the State of New York, to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [Document No. 14] Claims for Militia Services in suppressing riots in Cecil County (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • Statement from the Treasurer of the Western Shore to the Legislature of Maryland, of payments made in the years 1835, and 1836, for printing (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1836)
  • Leonard Iglehart, Chairman. Report of the Committee on Claims, on account of the Treasurer of the Eastern Shore (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1836)
  • [E] Leonard Iglehart, Chairman. Report of the Committee on Claims, on account of the Treasurer of the Western Shore, December Session 1836 (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • Memorial of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, to the Legislature of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • Letter from P. E. Thomas, Esq., President pro. tem. of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • William Schley, Chairman. Report of the Select Committee on the Constitution (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • Memorial of the Board of Trade of the City of Baltimore, to the Legislature of Maryland (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • Report of the Superintendent of the National Road [Thomas Shriver] in the State of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • [F] Thomas S. Alexander, Chairman. Report of the Committee on Ways and Means, to the House of Delegates (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • Letter from the Hon. Richard H. Wilde, to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • Letter from Doct. James Mease, relative to a Gazetteer for the State, January 4, 1837
  • Communication from the Govenor of Maryland [Thomas W. Veazey] enclosing a Communication from the Governor of Georgia [William Schley] (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [G] J. W. Crisfield, Chairman. Report of the Select Committee appointed to examine the awards of the Commissioners appointed under the Indemnity Law (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [H] William H. Tuck, Chairman. Report of the Select Committee on the Real Estate Bank of the State of Maryland (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • Report of the Commissioners of the Eastern Shore Railroad to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • Report of the Engineer [James Kearney] of the Eastern Shore Railroad, January 24, 1837 (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • Letter from George C. Washington, Esq., President of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • [K] Beale H. Richardson, Chairman. Report of the Select Committee on Retrenchment (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [I] Gordon M. Handy. Report of the Majority of the Select Committee, relative to the Public Printing (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [J] J. H. Culbreth. Report of the Minority of the Select Committee relative to the Public Printing (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [M] Report of the Treasurer of the Western Shore, in obedience to an order of the House of Delegates, of 30th January, 1837 (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • Memorial of the Medical Faculty of the University of Maryland to the Legislature of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • Eighth Annual Report of the President and Directors of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, to the stockholers, made June 15, 1836. pp. 1-60
  • Memorial of a Committee of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company to the Legislature of Maryland, May 27, 1836, pp. 17-23
  • An Act of the Legislature of Maryland for the Promotion of Internal Improvement, passed June 4, 1836, pp. 25-38
  • Memorial of the President and Directors of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company to the General Assembly of Maryland, January 27, 1836, pp. 39-52
  • Extract from the Report of the Engineer of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, Charles B. Fiske, upon the location and estimate of the line from the great Cacapon to the connexion near the South Branch, pp. 53-60
  • Fifth Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the Maryland State Colonization Society to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • [N] Israel D. Maulsby, Chairman. Report of the Committee on Grievances and Courts of Justice on the Bill to settle and adjust the Western Boundary Line of the State of Maryland (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [R & S] Reports of the Majority of and Minority of the Committee on Grievances and Courts of Justice on the Memorial of James Clark of Anne Arundel County. (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [U] Charles Sterett Ridgely, Chairman. Report of the Select Committee appointed to inquire into the expediency of reporting a Bill making it a high crime and misdemeanor for citizens to conspire against the Constitution of the State. (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [V] Beale H. Richardson, Chairman. Report of the Committee on Lotteries, on the Memorial, praying the grant of a Lottery, for the purpose of building a State Armory, Public Drill Rooms, and Town Hall in the City of Baltimore. (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [Q] William H. Tuck. Report of the Committee on Grievances and Courts of Justice, relative to the Memorial of Margaret Moore, and others, against [Kirkpatrick] Ewing and wife [Melvina] (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [X] William Schley, Chairman, on the part of the Senate; Charles Sterett Ridgely, Chairman, on the part of the House of Delegates. Report of the Joint Committee, appointed to investigate and report to the General Assembly, the proceedings of the Visitors and Governors of St. John's College. (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • Report on the examination of Canal Routes from the Potomac River to the City of Baltimore, especially in relation to the supply of water for their summit levels by Charles B. Fisk and George W. Hughes, Civil Engineers, to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • [L] Report of the Treasurer of the Western Shore, in obedience to an order of the House of Delegates of 25th January 1837 (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • [A.A.] Cornelius McLean. Report of the Select committee to whom was referred Sundry Memorials from Citizens of the City of Baltimore, respecting the Maryland Penitentiary (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • Annual Report of the Directors of the Maryland Penitentiary to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)

    Public Documents - December 25, 1837-March 30, 1838 Regular Session
    Pages m61-0627 through m61-1367 of the microfilm.
    Source: Maryland State Archives

  • The Annual Report of the Treasurer of the Western Shore for December Session 1837, to the General Assembly of Maryland, in pursuance of an Act of the Legislature, passed at December Session, 1824, entitled An Act relating to the Treasurers of the Western and Eastern Shores (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1837)
  • Annual Message from the Executive [Thomas W. Veazey], to the Legislaure of Maryland, December Session 1837 (Annapolis: Jeremish Hughes, 1837)
  • Communications from the Governor [Robert P. Dunlap] and Secretary [A. R. Nichols] of the State of Maine, to the Governor and Clerk of the Executive Council of the State of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1838)
  • Executive Communication. Communication from two of the Commissioners [John Buchanan and Thomas Emory] appointed to negotiate a loan of Eight Millions of Dollars, for the promotion of Internal Improvements, January 18, 1838. [two copies]
  • [Document B] Communication from the Executive of Maryland [Thomas W. Veazey] transmitting Communications from the Commissioners appointed to negotiate a Loan, December 1837
  • [Document C] Communication from the Executive of Maryland [Thomas W. Veazey] in compliance with an Order of the House of Delegaets of the 29th December 1837 enclosing information relative to Canals and Railroads
  • [Document E] Communication from the Executive of Maryland [Thomas W. Veazey], relative to the Tobacco Trade, in compliance with the order of the House of Delegates, of the 29th December 1837
  • [Document F] Report of the Superintendent of the National Road [Thomas Shriver] with abstracts of tolls received from 12th October 1836, to 1st October 1837
  • [Document G] Communications relative to payments made to the Clerk [Thomas Culbreth] and Messenger [Mr. Thompson] to the Council, in compliance with an order of the House of Delegates, of the 6th of January 1838
  • [Document H] Leonard Iglehart, Chairman. Report of the Committee of Claims, on the Report of the Treasurer of the Western Shore
  • [Document I] Leonard Iglehart, Chairman. Report of the Committee of Claims, on the Report of the Treasurer of the Eastern Shore
  • [Document J] Thomas S. Alexander. Report of the Committee on Ways and Means to the House of Delegates
  • [Document K] Communication from the Executive of Maryland [Thomas Veazey], transmitting the Report of the President and Directors of the Maryland Penitentiary
  • [Document L] R. M. Beam, Chairman. Report of the Committee on the Maryland Hospital, to the Legislature of Maryland
  • [Document M] J. Bozman Kerr, Chairman. Report of the Joint Committee on the Library
  • [Document M] Report of the State Librarian to the Joint Committee on the State Library, January 1, 1838
  • [Document N] Thomas S. Alexander, Chairman. Report of the Committee on Ways and Means, in compliance with the orders of the House of Delegates, in relation to the subscription of the State of certain Internal Improvement Companies
  • [Document N] Thomas S. Alexander, Chairman. Report of the Committee on Ways and Means, in compliance with the Orders of the House of Delegates, in relation to the subscription of the State to certain Internal Improvement Companies
  • [Document O] Thomas S. Alexander, Chairman. Report of the Committee on Ways and Means, in compliance with the orders of the House of Delegates, in relation to the validity of the contract made by the Commissioners with certan Internal Improvement Companies
  • [Document P] S. N. C. White, Chairman. Report of the Committee on Agriculature, upon the growth and manufacture of silk
  • Correspondence relative to the Digest of the Laws
  • [Document Q] Report of the Minority of the Committee of Ways and Means, objecting to any proceedings on the part of the Legislature, to bring in question the validity of the contracts made with the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Companies (Annapolis: Jeremiah Hughes, 1838)
  • [Document R] J. Bozman Kerr, Chairman. Report of the Select Committee, appointed to enquire into the expedience of repealing the act to provide for completing a new Map and Geological Survey of this State
  • Communication from the Topographical Engineer [J. H. Alexander]
  • [Document S] Mr. Grason, Chairman. Report of the Select Committee, to whom was referred the Governor's Message, in relation to payments made to the Clerk and Messenger of the Council
  • [Document T] D. Blocher, Chairman. Report of the Select Committee, to whom was referred the particulars of the State's miscellaneous and contingent expenses in the year ended 1st December 1837
  • [Document V] Substitute proposed by Mr. Williams to the Report of the Select Committee on the Currency
  • [Document Z] William Grason and Israel D. Maulsby. Report of the Minority of the Select Committee on the Currency
  • [Document W] John McDanile. Report of the Majority of the Committee of Ways and Means, in relation to inquiries relative to certain Internal Improvement Companies
  • [Document A.A.] Thomas S. Alexander, Chairman. Report in relation to the inquiries conducted before the Committee of Ways and Means, [dissenting from the Majority]
  • Communications from the Executive of Maryland [Thomas W. Veazey], relative to the Tobacco Trade, in compliance with the order of the House of Delegates, of the 29th December, 1837
  • Report of the Committee on Education, relative to Colleges, Academies and Schools
  • [Document B.B.] Richard W. Higgins, Chairman. Report of the Select Committee, to whom was referred the Petition of James Clarke, and that of other Citizens of Anne Arundel County, praying a redress of grievances therein mentioned
  • Annual Report of the Directors of the Maryland Penitentiary
  • Statements showing the condition of certain Banks in Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • Letter from Thomas Emory, Esq., to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir,
    1838)

  • Communication from John H. Alexander, Esq., Topographical Engineer, to the Governor of Maryland [Thomas W. Veazey] (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1838)
  • Annual Report of the Directors of the Maryland Penitentiary
  • Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the State Colonization Society to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1838)
  • Letters from George C. Washington, President Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, to the Governor of Maryland [Thomas W. Veazey] (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • Ninth Annual Report of the President and Directors of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, to the stockholders, made June 12, 1837 (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1837)
  • Letter from Thomas Emory, Esq., to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir,
    1838)

  • Report of the Treasurer of the Western Shore concerning the revenue from the State's Tobacco Inspection in Baltimore &c., in obedience to an order of the House of Delegates of 2d January 1838
  • Communication from the Treasurer of the Western Shore relative to the number of Banks, their location &c.
  • Report of the Treasurer of the Western Shore, to the House of Delegates, respecting the expenses incurred in making the Geographical and Geological Surveys of the State
  • Annual Report of the Geologist of Maryland [J. T. Ducatel], 1837
  • Report of the Treasurer of the Western Shore, relative to the several sums which have been expended within the last twelve years for repairing and furnishing the Public Buidlings, and improving the Public Circle
  • Report of the Treasurer of the Western Shore relative to the amount of monies paid into the Treasury of this State by each of the counties and the City of Baltimore, for the years 1835, 1836 and 1837
  • Report of John N. and William Murphy, relative to the new Tobacco Warehouse 50. Report of the Treasurer of the Western Shore, in obedience to orders of the House of Delegates of the 29th and 30th of January, 1838
  • Communication from the Hon. Clement Dorsey, upon the subject of a compilation of the Public Statutory Law of this State, in one Octavo Volume
  • Communication relative to Weigher of Hay and Straw, in the City of Baltimore
  • Report of the President of the Baltimore and Susquehanna Railroad Company to the Governor of Maryland [Thomas W. Veazey]
  • Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the State Colonization Society to the Governor of Maryland (Annapolis: William McNeir, 1838)
  • Report of the Joint Committee on St. John's College
  • M. C. Sprigg, Chairman. Report of the Committee on Internal Improvement relative to testimony taken by said Committee
  • Joseph S. Cottman. Report of the Committee on Judicial Proceedings, relative to Duelling
  • [Document W] John McDaniel. Report of the Majority of the Committee of Ways and Means, in relation to inquiries relative to certain Internal Improvement Companies
  • [Document A.A.] Thomas S. Alexander, Chairman. Report in relation to the Inquiries conducted before the Committee of Ways and Means [dissenting from the majority]
  • Executive Communication [Thomas W Veazey, Governor], relative to the expenses of surveying the Route of the Eastern Shore Railroad

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