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Said address was read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Jackson, from the committee on Schools and Seminaries of Learning, to whom was referred the resolution authorizing an appropriation for the education of the deaf and dumb, reported the same without amendment.

On the question, Shall this resolution be read a third time?
It was determined in the affirmative.
Said reoslution was read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Bartlett, from the committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the address for the removal of Daniel Minor from an office in the militia, made a report in accordance therewith.

Resolved, That the said address be indefinitely postponed.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Williams, from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the resolucion making an appropriation for the purpose of .com, pleting the new wing of the State Prison, reported the same without amendment.

On the question, Shall this resolution be read a third time?
It was determined in the affirmative.
Said resolution was read a third time. Resolved, That it pass.
Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives ac-

cordingly.

On motion by Mr. Whittemore--
Resolved, That the Senate have a recess until eight o'clock.

EIGHT O'CLOCK. The Senate resumed its session.

Mr. Knowlton, from the committee on Claims, to whom was referred the resolution in favour of the Chaplain and Door-keepers, reported the same without amendment.

On the question, Shall this resolution be read a third time?
It was determined in the affirmative.
Said resolution was read a third time. Resolved, That it pass.
Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives ac-

Mr. Knowlton, from the committee on Claims, to whom was referred the bill entitled “ An act in favour of Abner B. Kelly and others," reported the same without amendment. On the question, Shall this bill be read a third time ?

cordingly.

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It was determined in the affirmative.
Said bill was read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.
“Mr. President—The House of Representatives have passed a res-
olution in favour of John Whipple, in which they request the concur-
rence of the Senate."

And he withdrew.
The said resolution was read a first and second time.
On motion-

Resolved, That the rules of the Senate be so far suspended that said resolution be now read a third time.

Whereupon, said resolution was read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Drown, from the committee on Engrossed Bills, reported that they had examined and found correctly engrossed, bills and resolutions with the following titles viz.

A resolution granting one copy of the revised statutes and one of Carrigain's maps to the town of North Effingham.

A resolution granting one volume of the revised statutes to the town of Berlin.

A resolution granting one of Carrigain's maps to the town of Bethlehem.

A resolution granting one copy of the revised statutes to the town of Clarksville.

A resolution in favour of Joseph Hill.
A resolution in favour of Philip Carrigain.
A resolution authorizing the Treasurer to borrow money.

A resolution granting to the town of Carroll one copy of the revised statutes.

A resolution authorizing the Governor to draw for a sum to defray the contingent expenses for the ensuing year.

A resolution in favour of Bradbury Bartlett and others.

A resolution making appropriation for the education of the deaf and dumb.

A resolution appropriating money for the new wing of the State Prison..

"An act in addition to an act entitled an act to lay out highways.” "An act making appropriations for the military department.”

"An act to prevent fraud in the transfer of personal property by mortgage.”

" An act supplementary 'n on art entitled 2:3 net in n11!!--

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passed Jan. 8, 1795, entitled an act to incorporate certain persons and their associates into a proprietary by the name of the New Hampshire Hotel and Portsmouth Pier.”

And “An act to incorporate Pearson Cogswell and his associates by the name of the Gilmanton Manufacturing Company."

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

“Mr. President-The Speaker of the House of Representatives having signed the five bills and twelve resolutions last reported by the committee on engrossed bills, as correctly engrossed, I am directed to bring them to the Senate for the signature of their President."

And he withdrew.

The President signed the said bills and resolutions and they were delivered to the committee on Engrossed Bills to be laid before tho Governor.

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

“ Mr. President- The House of Representatives have concurred in the amendments proposed by the Senate to the bill entitled “ An act providing for the return of inventories."

They have also passed a bill in favor of Jacob Tyler, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.” And he withdrew.

And said bill was read a first and second time.
Ordered, That the same be referred to the committee on Claims.

Mr. Knowlton, from the committee on Claims, to whom was referred the bill entitled “ An act in favor of Jacob Tyler, reported the same without amendment.

On the question, Shall this bill be read a third time?
It was determined in the affirmative.
Said bill was read a third time.
Resolved that it pass.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk

"Mr. President, The House of Representatives have passed sundry resolutions with regard to the powers of the general government on internal improvements, the tariff, the public lands, and the distribution of the surplus revenue, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.

The resolutions were read and are as follows :

1. Resolved, That in the opinion of this House, the Constitution of the United States has not vested in Congress the right to adopt and execute, at the national expense, a system of internal improvements.

2. Resolved, That the tariff of duties on imports ought to be so modified, if possible, a due regard being had to all the interests of the

country, that the receipts from them and the other sources of the revenue into the treasury of the United States shall not greatly exceed the ordinary annual expenses of the government.

3. Resolved, That is with a due regard to the essential enterests of the country, the duties on imports cannot be so reduced that no surplus fund shall remain in the national treasury, after paying the ordinary and necessary annual expenses of the government, such surplus ought to be equitably distributed among the States, in a mode and by a rule to be prescribed by an amendment to the Constitution.

4. Resolved, That it is inexpedient to legislate about the disposal of the public lands, until after the payment of the public debt.

5. Resolved, That the House regret that Congress have assumed the power to appropriate the public money to be expended on local objects of improvements within the States, and for subscribing for stocks under State incorporations.

6. Resolved, That the House approve the sentiments of the President of the United States in relation to internal improvements by the general government, as expressed in his Veto Message communicated to the Congress of the United States upon the Lexinton and Maysville Road Bill. : 7. Resolved, That the Secretary of State furnish a copy of this report and resolutions to each of our Senators and Representatives in Congress, and to the Executive of the several States in the Union.

On motion that the Senate do concur in said resolutions-
The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Farrington.
Those who voted in the affirmative are

Messrs. Drown, Bartlett, Carr, Whittemore, Farrington, Bean, Woodbury, Knowlton, Jackson, Burns and Williams.

Thus it was unanimously resolved, that the Senate do concur in said resolutions.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

On motion by Mr. Whittemore-

Resolved, That when the Senate adjourn, it be to meet again at four o'clock to-morrow morning. On motion by Mr. Jackson--

The Senate adjourned.

SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1832. Met according to adjournment. A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

“ Mr. President-The House of Representatives have passed a resolution for the purchase of land for the use of the State Prison."

And he withdrew.
Said resolution was read a first and second time.
Ordered, That the same be referred to the committee on Claims.

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Mr. Knowlton, from the committee on Claims, to whom the said resolution was referred, reported the same without amendment. On the question, Shall this resolution be read a third time? It was determined in the affirmative. On motion

Resolved, That the rules of the Senate be so far suspended that the said resolution be read a third time at the present time.

Whereupon, said resolution was read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Drown, from the committee on engrossed bills, reported that they had examined and found correctly engrossed bills with the following titles, viz.

“An act authorizing chairmen of committees of either branch of ihe legislature or of joint conimittees to swear witnesses."

"An act for holding a Court of Probate in Chester, in the County of Rockingham."

“ An act making provision for laying out highways."
« An act to alter the names of certain persons.”
“ An act in favour of Ralph Metcalf and others."
"An act to incorporate the Amherst Steam Mill Company."
" An act to incorporate a town by the name of Carroll.”

“An act to repeal the seventh and eighth sections of the act to incorporate the proprietors of the Meredith Cotton and Woollen Factory, passed June 21, 1811."

“ An act in favour of Abner B. Kelly and others."

« An act authorizing the sheriffs of the several counties in this State to remove prisoners in the county gaols in certain cases.”

A resolution in favour of John Whipple, engrossing clerk.
A resolution in favour of the Chaplain and Door-keepers.
An act in favor of Jacob Tyler.

An address for the removal of Moody Blood and others, officers in the militia.

An address for the removal of Joseph T. Hubbard and others, officers in the militia.

And “An act to provide for the return of inventories."
On motion by Mr. Whittemore-

The bill entitled '* An act to establish the Boston and Ontario.' Rail Road Corporation,” was taken up and considered.

On motion by Mr. Carr

Resolved, that the same be postponed to the next session of the legislature.

On motion by Mr Williams

The bill entitled “ An'act in addition to, and in amendment of an aci entitled an act to declare the jurisdiction of the Court of Common

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