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Pleas and of the Superior. Court of Judicature, and to regulate the proceedings in the same Courts, passed Jan. 2, 1829," was taken up and considered.

On motion by Mr. Williams

Resolved, That said bill be postponed to the next session of the legislature.

A message from the House of Representatives, by their Clerk.

“Mr. President -The House of Representatives have passed a bill entitled “ An act in favor of Asa M'Farland and others,” in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.”

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

Mr. Knowlton, from the committee on Claims, to whom was referred the bill entitled .“ An act in favor of Asa M'Farland and others," reported the same without amendment.

On the question, Shall this bill be read a third time?
It was determined in the affirmative.
On motion-

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

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 Reptesentatives by their Clerk.

« Mr. President The Speaker of the House of Representatives having signed the twelve bills, two resolutions and two addresses last reported by the committee on Engrossed Bills, I am directed to bring them to the Senate for the signature of their President."

And he withdrew,

The President signed the sáid bills, resolutiong and addreses, and they were delivered to the committee on engrossed bills to be laid before the Governor.

Mr. Drown from the committee on engrossed bills reported that they had examined and found correctly engrossed a bill in favor of Asa McFarland and others.

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

“Mr. President-The Speaker of the House of Representatives having signed the bill entitled “ An act in favor of Asa McFarland and others," I am directed to bring it to the Senate for the signature of the President.

And he withdrew.

The President signed the said bill and it was delivered to the committee on engrossed bills to be laid before the Governor.

Mr. Williams, from the committee on engrossed bills to whom the

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bills, resolutions and addresses signed by the Speaker of the House and President of the Senate, have been delivered, reported that they had submitted the same, being sixty-five in all, to his Excellency tho Governor for his approval.

Mr. Knowlton laid on the Clerk's table, the following Resolution.

Resolved, That the thanks of the Senale be presented to the Hon. Benning M Bean for the able and impartial manner in which ho has discharged the duties of President during the present session.

Which was nnanimously adopted.
The President, made the following reply
Gentlemen of the Senate :-

After the passage of the resolution which has just been announced, I should do violence to my feelings, did I not tender to you my sincero acknowledgments for this expression of your approbation. If in the discharge of the duties assigned me, I have in any degree merited your kind approval, my highest ambition is gratified. And, gentlemen, I am much indebted to you for the able and constant support which I have received from each member of this board.

Permit me, gentlemen, to wish you a pleasant journey to your respective homes, and a happy interview with your friends.

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

Mr. President-The House of Representatives have passed a resolution appointing Messrs. French, Clement, Anderson, of Londonderry, Wheeler, Crosby of Milford, Nesmith, Day, Wilson of Haverhill, Taylor of Dalton, and Sawyer of Swanzey, with such as the Senato may join, a committee to wait on the Governor and inform him, that the business of the present session being finished, the legislature is now ready to adjourn, to meet again at the capitol in Concord, on Wednesday the 21st day of November next.

And he withdrew. On motion by Mr. Bartlett, Resolved, That the Senate do concur in the appointment of a committee agreeably to said resolution.

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.

Mr. Bartlett from the joint committee appointed to wait on his Excellency the Governor, and inform him that the legislature is ready to adjourn, reported that they had performed the duty assigned them.

A message from His Excellency the Governor by the Secretary.

“ Mr. President-I am directed by His Excellency the Governor to inform the Honorable Senate, that he has approved and signed all the bills and resolutious which have boen presented for his approbation during the present session, and that agreeably to the request of the legislature, as expressed to him by their committee, he now adjourns the

General Court, to Wednesday, the 21st day of November next, then to meet at the Capitol, in Concord.”

And he withdrew.

The President then declared the Senate adjourned to Wednesday, the 21st day of November next.

CHARLES G. ATHERTON,

Clerk of the Senate.

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Address for the removal of officers la tho militia

03 64 69 69
of Joseph T. Hubbard and others

61 64 69
of Daniel Minor

61 65
Alteration of names

6 80 84 87 68 60 61 69
Amherst steam mill company-to incorporate

56 57 58 59
Ashuelot falls manufacturing company-to incorporate

87 88 40 44 58
Assistant clerk-election of

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Bank statements--bill concerning

83 34 42 44 53
Baptist meeting-house in Dunstable-to incorporate

83 34 36 37 55
Barilett Bradbury and others--resolution in favor of

33 60 61
Bears, wild-cats, crows and foxes-premium for killing

88 89 43 46 47 55
Beer, pork and mackerel-inspection of

33 34 35 37 55
Berlin-statutes ginven to

38 39 45 66
Bethlehem-Carrigain's map given to

83 39 45 66
Boston and Ontario Rail Road Corporation-to incorporate

45 52 69

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Capitul-committee to report necessary repairs

25
Carrigain Philip-resoulution in favor of

56 57 59 60 66
Carroll—to incorporate

56 58 69
statutes granted to

61 62 66
Chairmen of committees to swear witnesses

63 64 69
Chaplain and door-keepers-resolution in favor of

64 65 69
Chester-court of probate to be holden in

63 64 69
Civil list-compensation of

88 89 40 43 53
Clerk elected

Assistant elected
Claremont manufacturing co.-o incorporals

26 29 31 53
Clarksville statutes given to

45 46 47 66
Close of session-resolution concerning

45 49 58
Committees-standing

6
Committee to wait on Governor elect

8
Committee rooms-committee to assiga

15 16
assignment of

23 24
Convention for examining returos of votes for Governor

7
Couosellors

16
for election of 'Treasurer

27
Secretary

27
Commissary General

27
Commissary General-election of

27
bond of

49
Contoocook cotton and woollen factory—to incorporate

87 38 40 44 58
Court of common pleas and superior court of judicature-jurisdiction of

33 70
Cocheco aqueduct association

87 38 40 44 55
Collection of taxes in certain cases-bill 10 provide further for

88 39 42 44 58
Contingent expenses--appropriation for

61 62 66
Counsellors-election of

8 16
committee to inform Governor of election of
Crows, &c. premium for killing

88 89 43 46 47 55
Crimes-bill in addition to act for punishing.

87 88 41 46

17 18

63 64 65

Deaf and dumb-appropriation for
Door-Keeper--election of
Door.keeporn and chaplain-resolution in lavor of

64 68 69

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Kelly Abner B. and others—bill in favour of

63 64 65 66 69

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Librarian-committee to nominate

23
appointed

33 34
Literary fund-statement of commissioner

31
M
Mackerel beef and pork-inspection of

33 34 35 37 55
Marriages-bill in addition to act regulating

37 39 41
M'Farland Asa-bill in favor of

70
Meeting-times of
Meredith cotton and woollen factory-bill to repeal seventh and eighth sections of act to in-
corporate

56 59 60 69
Message of Governor

9
printed

15
reference of subjects in

30
Military department-appropriation for

49 50 51 54 66
Metcali Ralph and others-bill in favor of

56 57 59 60 69
Miner Daniel-address for removal of

61 65
Missouri-resolutions of

33
Mortgages of personal property

49 52 54 66

N
Names--alteration of

49 50 54 57 58 60 61 62 69
N. H. Hotel and Portsmouth Pier-bill in addition to act incorporativg

33 34 48 50 53 67
Newmarket-bill to extend police of Portsmouth to

29 30
Savings bank-to incorporate

68 31 32 35
North Effingham-statutes and maps granted to

31 32 66

Officers in militia-removal of

63 54 59 61 65 70

Pauperism-bill to repeal act requiring return of
Personal property-conveyance of by mortgago
Piercy-Winslow's Location to annex to

ranges in Stratford to annex to
Pino river co.- to incorporate
Piscalaqua bank-bill in addition to act incorporating

33 34 35 36 65

49 52 54 66

37 38 41 62
37 38 41 44 53

49 50 54 55
88 34 42 43 47 33

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