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His Excellency the Governor and inform him that quorums of both branches of the legislature have assembled, are organized, and are ready to receive any communications he may be pleased to make, in which resolutions they request the concurrence of the Senate.” And he withdrew.

The two resolutions last received from the House of Representatives were severally read.

On motion by Mr. Burns
Resolved, That the Senate do concur in the first of said resolutions.

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

On motion by Mr. Whittemore

Resolved that the Senate do concur in the appointment of a committee agreeably to the second of said resolutions.

Ordered, That Mr. Burns be joined to said committee on the part of the Senate.

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 are now ready to meet the Senate in convention, to proceed in the elections agreeably to the provisions of the constitution.” And he withdrew.

On motion by Mr. Whittemore

Resolved, That the Senate will now meet the House of Representatives in convention.

IN CONVENTION. The Senate and House of Representatives being met in convention in the Representatives' Hall, the Secretary came in and laid before the convention the returns of votes for Governor from the several towns and places in this State ; and also the returns of the votes for Counsellors from the several counsellor districts in this State.

On motion by Mr. Burns of the Senate

The convention proceeded to open, read, and count the votes for Governor from the several towns and places in this State, and completed the same.

On motion by Mr. Jackson of the Senate

Resolved, That a committee be appointed to examine the returns of votes for Governor, compare them with the record, cast their num- bers, and report thereon to the convention.

Ordered, That Messrs. Jackson of the Senate, and Nesmith and Woodman of the House of Representatives be the committee.

On motion by Mr. Whittemore of the Senate-
The convention rose and the Senate returned to their chamber,

IN SENATE.

On motion by Mr. Drown

The Senate adjourned.

THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1832.
Met according to adjournment.
The following standing committees were appointed agreeably to the
rules and regulations of the Senate, viz.

On the Judiciary.--Messrs. Handerson, Burns and Williams.
On Incorporations.—Messrs. Farrington, Whittemore and Carr.
On Military Affairs.-Messrs. Bartlett, Jackson and Drown.
On Claims.-Messrs. Knowlton, Woodbury and Carr.

On Manufacturing Establishments.-Messrs. Burns, Handerson and Farrington

On Banking Institutions.—Messrs. Williams, Bartlett and Jackson. On Elections.-Messrs. Drown, Knowlton and Woodbury.

On Schools and Seminaries of Learning.-Messrs. Jackson, Farrington and Handerson.

On Unfinished Business.-Messrs. Carr, Knowlton and Burns.
On Printers' Accounts.-Messrs. Whittemore, Woodbury and Drown.

The President also announced the appointment of the following joint committees, viz.

On Engrossed Bills.--Messrs. Williams and Drown.
On the Library.--Mr. Bartlett.
On the State House and State House Yard.-Mr. Woodbury.
A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

“ Mr. President-The House of Representatives have passed a resolution appointing Messrs. Wilcox, Bartlett of Newtown and Burnham with such as the Senate may join, a committee to prepare and report joint rules for the government of the two Houses the present year.

Also a resolution appointing Messrs. Page of Gilmanton, Hale and Putnam of Cornish with such as the Senate may join, a committee to nominate a suitable person to officiate as Chaplain to the legislature during the present session. In which they request the concurrence of the Senate.” And he withdrew.

The two resolutions last received from the House of Representatives were severally read.

On motion by Mr. Farrington

Resolved, That the Senate do concur in the appointment of a cummittee agreeably to the first of said resolutions.

Ordered, That Mr. Farrington be joined to said committee on the part of the Senate.

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

On motion by Mr. Farrington

Resolved, That the Senate do concur in the appointment of a committee agreeably to the second of said resolutions.

Ordered, That Mr. Whittemore be joined to said committee on the part of the Senate.

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

On motion by Mr. Farrington

Resolved, That a committee be appointed to report rules and regulations for the government of the Senate the present session.

Ordered, That Messrs. Burns, Handerson and Drown be the committee.

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

“Mr. President-The House of Representatives are now ready to meet the Senate in convention to proceed in the elections agreeably to the provisions of the constitution.” And he withdrew.

On motion by Mr. Burns

Resolved, That the Senate will now meet the House of Representatives in convention.

IN CONVENTION. The Senate and House of Representatives being met in convention in the Representatives' Hall, Mr. Jackson from the committee appointed to examine the returns of votes for Governor, compare them with the record and cast the same, made the following

REPORT. That the whole number of votes legally returned is 39,233 Necessary for a choice,

19,617 Votes estimated as scattering,

146 Ichabod Bartlett has

14,920 Samuel Dinsmoor

24,167 and is duly elected.

In this estimate the committee have not included the votes from the towns of Greenland, which were for Samuel Dinsmoor 69, for Ichabod Bartlett 27 ; Sandown, for Samuel Dinsmoor 64, Ichabod Bartlett 23 ; Deering, for Samuel Dinsmoor 178, Ichabod Bartlett 34; Wilmot, for Samuel Dinsmoor 146, Ichabod Bartlett 9, the returns not having been made to the Secretary of State twenty days before the first Wednesday of June.

Also the votes from the town of Effingham, for Samuel Dinsmoor 157, for Ichabod Bartlett 3 ; and the town of Waterville, for Samuel Dinsmoor 14, the returns not stating that the moderator made a public declaration of the state of the votes at the close of the poll.

Also the votes from the town of Dorchester, for Samuel Dinsmoor 73, Ichabod Bartlett 28, the return not stating the town in which the meeting was holden ; also stating the year in which the meeting was holden to be 1830.

The committee find no returns from the following towns and places : Dame's Gore, Bretton Woods, Cambridge, Dixville, Dummer, Ervin's Location, Green's Grant, Hale's Location, Hart's Location, Kilkenny, Millsfield, Nash and Sawyer's Location, Shelburn Addition, Success, and Winslow's Location.

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On motion by Mr. Curtis of the House of Representatives-
Resolved, That said report be accepted.
On motion by Mr. Whittemore-

The opening, declaring, and recording, the votes for Counsellors in the several counsellor districts in this state was begun and completed.

On motion by Mr. Bruce of the House of Representatives

Resolved, That a committee be appointed to examine the returns of the votes for Counsellors, in the several counsellor districts in this State, compare them with the records, cast their numbers, and report thereon.

Ordered, That Messrs. Carr of the Senate, and Crosby of Milford and Richardson of the House of Representatives, be the committee.

On motion by Mr. Farrington-
The convention rose and the Senate returned to their chamber.

IN SENATI.
On motion by Mr. Burns-

The Senate adjourned.

AFTERNOON.

Met according to adjournment.
A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

“ Mr. President, The House of Representatives have passed a resolution appointing Messrs. French, Kent of Piermont, Pilsbury, Fellows of Gilmanton, Murray, Moor of Bedford, Newell of Richmond, Smart, Elkins and Law of Sharon, with such as the Senate may join, a committee to wait on His Excellency Samuel Dinsmoor, and inform him of his election as Chief Executive Magistrate of this State for the current year, and that the legislature will be ready at such time as he may appoint to receive such communication as he may please to make.

Also a resolution appointing Messrs. Gove of Goffstown, Wilcox and Drake with such as the Senate may join, a committee to audit the accounts of the Treasurer of this State, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.” And he withdrew.

The two resolutions last received from the House of Representatives were severally read.

On motion by Mr. Williams

Resolved, That the Senate do concur in the appointment of a committee agreeably to the first of said resolutions.

Ordered, That Messrs. Bartlett and Drown be joined to said committee on the part of the Senate.

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

On motion by Mr. Jackson

Resolved, That the Senate do concur in the appointment of a committee agreeably to the second of said resolutions.

Ordered, That Mr. Carr be joined to said committee on the part of the Senate.

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

Mr. Bartlett, from the committee appointed to wait on the Hon. Samuel Dinsmoor and inform him of his election as Governor of this State for the ensuing political year, reported that the committee had performed the duty assigned to them, and that the Governor elect would meet both branches of the legislature in the Representatives' Hall at a quarter before four o'clock.

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

“Mr. President-The House of Representatives are now ready to meet the Senate in convention to proceed in the elections agreeably too the provisions of the constitution.” And he withdrew.

On motion by Mr. Williams

Resolved, that the Senate will now meet the House of Representatives in Convention.

IN CONVENTION. The time appointed by the Governor elect, for meeting the two Houses having arrived, the Honorable Samuel Dinsmoor came in, attended by the committee and the Honorable Council, and declared his acceptance of the office of Governor, and, in presence of both branches of the legislature, took and subscribed the oath of office, which was administered by the Honorable Benning M. Bean, the President of the Senate, who thereupon declared His Excellency Samuel Dinsmoor, Governor of the State of New Hampshire for the ensuing political year, and presented to him a copy of the constitution of this State, as a guide in the discharge of his official duties.

His Excellency the Governor and the Honorable Council then withdrew.

On motion by Mr. Drown-
The convention rose and the Senate returned to their chamber.

IN SENATE.

The following written message was received from His Excellency the Governor, by Mr. Metcalf ihe Secretary.

MESSAGE.
Fellow-Citizens of the Senate, and House of Representatives :

Though fully sensible that I had no right, on personal grounds, to expect the generous support by which I am continued in the Executive Department of the Government of the State for another year, I am not the less gratified in viewing so decisive a proof that the principles and policy wbich so generally prevail at the present time throughout our country, and which the present administration of the National Government and of this State were elected to sustain, are still sanctioned by the approbation of a large and increasing proportion of the independent and intelligent citizens of New-Hampshire. A declaration of

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