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Ordered, That Messrs. Curtis, Shaw and Page of Haverhill be the committee.

On motion of Mr. Wilson of Keene

Resolved, That the New-Hampshire Temperance Societý be permitted-to occupy the Representatives' Hall this evening at six o'clock for the purpose of holding the annual meeting of said society.

On motion of Mr. Page of Gilmanton

Resolved, That a committee be appointed to prepare and report rules for the government of this House the present year.

Ordered, That Messrs. Harvey of Sutton, Coues and Clement of Springfield, be the committee.

A message from the Governor, by the Secretary of State.

“Mr. Speaker-I am directed to introduce to the House of Representatives, Mr. Jeremiah H. Wilkins, who has been duly qualified as a representative from the town of Pembroke."

Mr. Wilkins appeared and took his seat.
On motion of Mr. Frost-

Resolved, That a committee be appointed on the part of the House to join such as the Senate may appoint to prepare and report joint rules for the government of the two Houses the present year.

Ordered, That Messrs. Wilcox, 'Bartlett of Newtowni, and Burnham, be the committee.

On motion of Mr. Wentworth of Sandwich

Resolved, That a committee be appointed on the part of the House to be joined by the Senate to nominate a suitable person to officiate as Chaplain to the Legislature the present session.

Ordered, That Messrs. Page of Gilmanton, Hale and Putnam of
Cornish be the committee.

Ordered, That the Clerk inform the Senate thereof.
On motion of Mr. Harvey of Sutton

Resolved, That the House are now ready to meet the Senate in convention to proceed in the elections agreeably to the provisions of the constitution.

Ordered, That the Clerk inform the Senate thereof.
A message from the Senate by their Clerk.

“Mr. Speaker-The Senate concur with the House of Representatives in the passage of a resolution adopting the joint rules of the Senate and House of Representatives adopted for the last year as joint rules of both branches until otherwise ordered. Also in the passage of a resolution appointing a committee to wait on His Excellency the Governor and inform him that quorums of both branches of the legislature have assembled, and organized, and are ready to receive any communication he may please to make, and on their part have joined Mr. Burns."

IN CONVENTION.
The Senate and House of Representatives being met in convention

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in the Representatives' Hall, the Secretary of State came in and laid before the convention the returns of votes for Governor and Counsellors of this State.

On motion of Mr. Burns of the Senate

The convention proceeded to open, read, and record the returns of votes for Governor, and having completed tho opening of the same,

On motion of Mr. Jackson of the Senate

Resolved, That a committee be appointed to receive the returns of votes for Governor, compare and cast their number, and report thereon.

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

On motion of Mr. Whittemore, of the Senate-
The convertion rose and the Senate withdrew.

And then the House adjourned.

THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1832. Mr. Frost of Plainfield introduced the following resolution.

Resolved, That a committee be appointed on the part of the House to be joined by such as the Senate may appoint, to procure a clergyman to deliver a discourse before the legislature in the Representatives' Hall at four of the clock afternoon.

Which was read.
On motion of Mr. Gove of Goffstown-
Ordered, That it lie on the table.

Mr. Curtis, from the committee appointed to nominato two suitable persons as Door-keepers, reported the following resolution.

Resolved, That Aaron Carter and Atkinson Webster be Door-keepers to the House the present session.

Which was read.
On motion of Mr. Colby of New-London

That the resolution be amended by striking out the name of “ Atkinson Webster,” and to insert the name of “ Edward Philbrick."

It was decided in the negative.
Resolved, That said resolution pass.
A message from the Senate by their Clerk,

"Mr. Speaker- The Senate concur with the House of Representatives in the passage of a resolution appointing a committee to preparo and report joint rules for the government of both branches of the legislature, the present year, and have on their part joined Mr. Farrington. Also in the passage of a resolution appointing a committee to nominate a suitable person to officiate as Chaplain to the legislature during the present session, and have on their part joined Mr. Whittemore.

On motion of Mr. Sandborn

Resolved, That the House are now ready to meet the Senate in conrontion, to proceed in the elections agreeably to the provisions of the constitution.

Ordered, That the Clerk inform the Senate thereof.

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

REPORT. That the whole number of votes legally returned are 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.

Which was read and adopted.
On motion of Mr. Whittemore of the Senate.

The convention proceeded to open, read, and record the votes for Counsellors in the several council districts in this state, and having completed the opening, reading and recording of the same,

On motion of Mr. Bruce of Mont Vernon

Resolved, That a committee be appointed to receive the returns of the votes for Counsellors, compare and cast their numbers, and report thereon.

Ordered, That Messrs. Carr of the Senate, Crosby and Richardson of Chatham, be the committee.

On motion of Mr. Farrington of the Senate
The convention rose and the Senate withdrew,

On motion of Mr. Symmes

Resolved, That a committee of ten be appointed on the part of tho House, to join such as the Senate may appoint, to wait on His Excel. lency Samuel Dinsmoor, and inform him of his re-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.

Ordered, That Messrs. French, Kent of Piermont, Pilsbury, Fellows of Gilmanton, Murray, Moore of Bedford, Newell of Richmond, Smart, Elkins and Law of Sharon be the committee.

Ordered, that the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate therein.

On motion of Mr. Bruce

Resolved, That a committee be appointed on the part of the House, to be joined by the Senate to audit the accounts of the Treasurer of this state.

Ordered, That Messrs. Gove of Goffstown, Wilcox and Drake bo the committee.

And then the House adjourned.

AFTERNOON. Agreeably to the rules of the House, the Speaker announced the appointment of the following standing committees, viz.

On Elections. Messrs. Colby of Weare, M'Gaw, Sanborn, Bridgman, Grannis, Putnam of Fisherstield, Ingalls of Dunstable, Towle of Lee, Harrington and Currier of Chester.

On the Judiciary. Messrs. Harvey of Sutton, Gove of Goffstown, Wilcox, Webber, Sawyer of Dover, Putnam of Cornish, Goodrich, Colby of New-Lon. don, Sawyer of Swanzey and Stevens.

On Public Lands. Messrs. Copp, Latham, Chase of Goshen, Whittemore, Lang, Secombe, Leavitt of North-Hampion, Fisk, Harriman and Mathes.

On Banks. Messrs. Waldron, Curtis, Kent of Concord, Orne, Perkins of Unity, Dickerson, McMaster, Rogers, Rollins and Day.

On Agriculture and Manufactures. Messrs. Gibson of Franceslown, Mooner, Dow, Brownson, Wentworth of Alstead, Smith of Lempster and Putnam of Lyndeborough.

On Incorporation Messrs. Carroll, Symmes, Griffin, Bruce Corbin, Harvey of Northwood and Low,

On Finance. Messrs. Webster of Plymouth, Wilkins, Manahan, Graves, Collins, Clement of Sandbornton and Miller.

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On Military Affairs. Messrs. Wilson of Keene, Freese, Montgomery, Wentworth of Sandwich, Skinner, Dodge and Jones of Bradford.

On Roads, Bridges, and Canals. Messrs. Gove of Acworth, Tibbetts, Brigham, Graves of Andover, Gibson of Pelham, Marston and Anderson of Londonderry.

On Towns and Parishes. Messrs. French, Barr, Fellows of Boscawen, Eaton, Gordon, Kingman and Wilson of Haverhill.

On Education. Messrs. Litchfield, Hale, Atwood, Frost, Aiken, Hatch and Currier of Enfield.

On Unfinished Business.
Messrs. Carr, Abbot, Woods, Trefethen, Jewett, Murray and
Mitchell.

On Printers' Accounts.
Messrs. Beck, Hull, Wheeler, Chase of Northfield and Burley.

On Clains.
Messrs. Gregg, Wilde, George, Ingalls of Shelburn and Kenniston,

On Bills on their Second Reading. Messrs. Nesmith, Eastman, Kimball, Richardson of Chatham and Peaslee.

On Military Accounts. Messrs. Simpson, Tuttle, Meserve, Mack and Nutter of Barnstead.

On the Alleration of Names. Messrs. Taylor of Stoddard, Perkins of Strafford and Pickering.

JOINT COMMITTEES.

Oy Engrossed Bills.
Messra. Coues and Biscoc.

On the Library.
Messrs. Barnes, Sinith of Rochester, and Proctor.

On the State House,
Messrs. Folsom, Clough and Laws.
On motion of Mr. Ingalls of Shelburn-

Resolved, That a commitee be appointed on the part of the House to be joined by the Senate, to assign the committee rooms to the sereral standing committees of both branches of the legislature.

Ordered, That Messrs. Buswell, Taylor of Dalton and Boyd be the committee.

A message from the Senate by their Clerk. “ Mr. Speaker-- The Senate concur with the House of Representatives in the passage of a resolution appointing a committee to wait on His Excellency Samuel Dinsinoor, and inform him of his election as Chief Executive Magistrate of this State the current year, and have joined Meesre, Bartlott and Diown,

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