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for educating the deaf and dumb at Hartford in addition to the appro-
priation inade for that purpose.

Which was read.
Resolved, That it pass.

Pursuant to notice given on the 18th inst: Mr. Gove of Goffstown moved that the House reconsider the vote postponing to the next session of Lle the legislature a resolution granting a copy of the revised statutes to the place called Bretton Woods.

On the question, Shall the vote be reconsidered ?
It was decided in the affirmative.
On motion of Mr. Gove-

That the resolution be amended by striking out the words “place called Bretton Woods” and insert the words “ town of Carroll,"

It was decided in the affirmative.

Ordered, That it be read a third time at the present time. · The resolution was read a third time.

Resolved, That it pass.

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

Mr. Gove of Goffstown introduced the following resolution.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, 'That His Excellency the Governor be, and hereby is authorized to draw on the treasury for a sum not exceeding fire hundred dollars to defray the contingent expenses of the State for the year ensuing.

Which was read three several times.
Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the clerk request the concurrence of the Senato therein.

A message from the Senate by their Clerk.

“ Mr. Speaker-The Senate concur with the House of Representatives in the passage of the following bills, resolutions and address.

“ An act. to incorporate a town by the name of Carroll.” " An act in favour of Ralph Metcalf and others."

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

“ An'act entitled an act to repeal the seventh and eighth sections of the act to incorporate the proprietors of the Meredith Cotton and Woollen Factory."

A resolution in favour of Philip Carrigain.

A resolution authorizing the Treasurer to borrow thirty thousand dollars for the use of the State.

An address for the removal of certain military officers.
Mr. Gove of Gofistown introduced the following resolution.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, That Atkinson Wehster be, and he hereby is author

ized and empowered to alter and improve the seats in the Representatives' Hall by making the backs of the seats decline two or three inches, the benches forming a right angle ; and by providing suitable accommodations to each seat for writing, with a draw and lock thereon'; that each seat be numbered, and that the Speaker's chair, side seats, and Clerks' table, be placed on the west side of the House according to the plan herewith exhibited, providing that the whole expense of making such alterations and improvements does not exceed the sum of five hundred dollars; and that Ralph Metcalf, Abner B. Kelly, and Cyrus Barton, Esquires, be a committee to superintend the same, and that the same be completed during the recess of the present session of the legislature.

Which was read a first and second timo.
On motion of Mr. Colby of Weare,
That the resolution lie on the table,
It was decided in the negative.
On motion of Mr. Bridgman
That the House do now adjourn,
It was decided in the negative.
On motion of Mr. Wilcox-

That the further consideration of this resolution be postponed to the next session,

On this question the yeas and nays were required by Mr. Wilcox, but before the question was taken, On motion of Mr. Buzzell

The House adjourned.

AFTERNOON. On motion of Mr. Gove of Goffstown

The House resumed the consideration of the resolution authorizing an appropriation of four thousand dollars for the completion of the new State Prison.

Mr. Wilkins moved an amendment to said resolution,
Which was decided in the negative.
Mr. Wilcox moved an amendment to said resolution,
Which was decided in the negative.
Ordered, That said resolution be read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senato therein.

The House proceeded to the order of the day on bills with the following titles.

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

"An act authorizing chairmen of committees of either branch of the legislature or of joint committees, to swear witnesses."

Which were severally read a third time.
Resolved, That they pass, and that their titles be as aforesaid.

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

The House proceeded to the order of the day on the resolution appiropriating fifteen hundred dollars for the education of indigent deaf and dumb children at the Asylum in Hartford.

Which was read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass.

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

On motion of Mr. Copp

Resolved, That a committee be appointed whose duty it shall be during the recess of the legislature to appraise the stock, tools, &c. belonging to the New Hampshire State Prison, and to make a thorough investigation into the affairs and condition of that institution, and report thereon at the next session of the legislature.

Ordered, That Messrs. Gove of Goffstown, Carr of Dover and Pulnam of Cornish be the committee.

Mr. Lamprey presented the account of Jacob Tyler.
Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Claims.
Mr. French introduced the following resolution.

Resolved.by the Senate and House of Representatives in .General Court convened, That Samuel Kelly be allowed thirty dollars in full compensation for his services as Chaplain to the legislature this session; that Aaron Carter be allowed thirty six dollars in full compensation for his services as Door-keeper of the House this session ; and that Atkinson Webster be allowed thirty four dollars in full compensation for his services as Door-keeper of the House at the present session, and that said sums be paid out of treasury.

Which was read three several times.
Resolved that it pass.

Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senato therein.

Mr. Gregg, from the committee on Claims, to whom was referred the accounts of Abner B. Kelly, Charles G. Atherton, James Buswell, Jacob Tyler, James Clark, Horace Chase, and Joseph Robinson, rcported a bill entitled “ An act in favour of Abner B. Kelly and others."

Which was read three several times.
Resolved, That it pass, and that its title be as 'aforesaid. .

Ordered, That the Clerk-request the concurrence of the Senate therein.

Mr. Meserve, from the committee on Military Accounts, to whom was referred the petition of Daniel Buzzell for compensation for military services, made a report, whereupon

Resolved, That the further consideration of said petition be postponed to the next session of the legislature.

On motion of Mr. Goodrich

The House resumed the consideration of the report of the select committee to whom was referred the message of His Excellency trangmitting resolutions from the State of Mnine in relation to internal improvements, and resolutions passed by the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, together with the resolutions submitted by that committee.

Mr. Goodrich moved, that the further consiảeration of said report, together with the aforesaid resolutions, be indefinitely postponed. Which, after having spent some time in the consideration thereof, On motion of Mr. BatchelderResolved, That the House have a recess until eight o'clock.

EIGHT, O'CLOCK. The House resumed its session.

On the question, shall the report and accompanying resolutions be indefinitely postponed ?

It was decided in the negative.
On the question, shall the resolution be adopted ?
Mr. Wilson called for a division of the resolutior.
On the question, shall the first resolution pass?
The yeas and nays were called for by Mr. Harriman.

Those who voted in the affirmative are
Messrs.
Trefethen Hayes

B. A. Cha so
Peaslee
Buswell

J. W. Clement Wilkins
Eaton
G. Nutter Dearborn

Carroll
Collins

W. H. Newell P. Wentworth Greeley Freese

Churchill John Perkins Jona. Harvey
A. Brown L. Richardson 1. Hall

Harrinian
Gordon
Drake

Woodman D. Jones
Hatch
T. E. Sawyer Peavey

McMaster
L. Batchelder Hull

D. Bacheider Harris
A. Towle Hunt

Jesse Graves Manahan
Lillsbury
J. Page
Farnum

C. F. Gove
Jer. Bean S. Jones

Barr
J. Fellows Clough

Holt
Bartlett
Mallard
Robie

Whittemoro
Leavitt

G. Towle Burnham Tenney J. Harvey, Jr. Folsom

Wiggin

Proctor
Tuttle
Mooney

J. Putnam of F. Litchfield
D. B. Chase Noyes

Woods

Eruce
Beck
Simpson
Barnes

Jesse Gibson
Waldron
Hobbs
Curtis

Law
Dudley
J. H. Smith Hill

J. Dodge

Lamprey
Pickering

S. P. Colby
French
Wallace

Weeks
Cilley
Corbin

W. Crosby Sandborn
Abbott
Frost

Bridgman Boynton
Harrington A. Perkins Symmes

A. Taylor
J. Newell Knowlton S. Page.

Low
D. Taylor E. Perkins Jona. Wilson Meserve
E. Sawyer Long

Brownson Eastman
Biscoe
Blanden

Aldridge Lang
J. Gove
P. Perkins Andrews

R. Ingalls
Mack
Wells -
J. Kent

Brainard
J. L. Putnam John Bean Webster

Baldwin V. Chase Jewett

Elkios

J. Colby D. M. Smith H. Currier

133 Those who voted in the negative are Messrs. Mathes

John Gibson Osgood Jos. Graves Rollin's

M. Chase Hills D. Currier Stearns

Stevens

Wright
Aiken
Copp

J. Crosby Allen
Montgomery M. Fellows Atwuod

Tyler
Rogers
George

Wheeler Grannis
J. N. Anderson W. Kent

Miller

Smart
Vennard
Kimball
Farrar

A. Hall
Murray

Nesmith Brigham Prentice
Boyd
Straw
Stebbins

S. Clement
Barker
A. Colby Fisk

Clark
McGaw

Secombe J. Wilson Dickinson Carr

W. Moor A. Wilson Shaw
Hanson

R. Anderson T. Ingalls Wilcox
Scates
E. F. Ingalls

57 Yeas 133, Nays 57. So the resolution was adopted.

The House proceeded to the consideration of the second resolution, which is as follows.

Resolved, That the tariff of duties on imposts 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 other sources of revenue into the treasury of the United States shall not greatly exceed the ordi. nary annual expenses of the government.

Mr. Wilson of Keene moved, that the resolution be amended by striking out after the word “to” in the third line the words "all the interests of the country," and to insert the words " an adequate protection to American industry.

On this question, the yeas and nays were required by Mr. Wilson of Keene.

Those who voted in the affirmativo aro

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