|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Georgia. General Assembly. House of Representatives.|
|Title:||Georgia General Assembly, House of Representatives certification and resolutions|
|Extent:||0.1 cubic feet (1 folder)|
The 1789 Constitution of Georgia established a bicameral legislature patterned after that of the Federal Government. The General Assembly consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate.
This collection contains a certification signed by Robert Forsyth of William Barnett, tax collector of Richmond County, for a sum of money plus his commission, and resolutions concerning petitions for payments from Samuel Whatley, John Torrence, Benjamin Tetrard, Lettice McFarlin, Mrs. Samuel Elbert, Dan Rees, and William Barnett.
[item identification], Georgia General Assembly, House of Representatives certification and resolutions, MS 285, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of David M. Sherman, 1970.
Collection is open for research.
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|Item 1: Certification, Augusta, 1791 November 15 ( 1.0 p. )|
|Signed Robert Forsyth. Certifies that William Barnett, tax collector of Richmond county, accounted with James Seagrove for a sum of money and Barnett's commission for collecting was not included in that sum. This is related to the last resolution of Item 2.|
|1||Item 2: Resolutions, House of Representatives, 1791 December 10 ( 4.0 p. )|
|Resolutions concerning petitions of Samuel Whatley for payment of a warrant; of John Torrence for payment for surveying lands for an Academy in Franklin; of Benjamin Tetrard for title to land in Chatham County purchased from James Field; of Mrs. Lettice McFarlin, representing orphans, for payment of a claim; of Mrs. Samuel Elbert, in behalf of herself and children, for the amount of bond given by Richard Howly for purchase of an estate called White Oak; of David Rees for deduction of bond given for purchase of confiscated property; of William Barnett, tax collector of Richmond County, for balance of payment due for collecting.|