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Osgood
Hills
Wright
Allen
Tyler
Grannis
Smart
Prentice
J. Moor
Clark
Dickinson
Shaw
Wilcox
Low

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Messrs.
Mathes

John Gibson
Jos. Grases Rollins

M. Chase
D. Currier
Stearns

Stevens
Aiken
Copp

J. Crosby
Montgomery M. Fellows Wheeler
Rogers
George

Miller
J. N. Anderson W. Kent

Farrar
Murray
Kimball

Brigham
Boyd

Nesinith Stebbins
McGaw
A. Colby

Fisk
Carr

Secombe J. Wilson T. E. Sawyer

W. Moor Harrington J. H. Nutter R. Anderson A. Wilson Hanson

E. F. Ingalls T. Ingalls
Scates

Those who voted in the negative are
Messrs.
Jale

Woods
Peaslee
Hull

Barnes
Eaton
J. Page

Curtis
Collins

Jer. Bean Straw - Freese

J. Fellows Hill
Gregg
Mallard

B. A. Chase
A. Brown G Towlo Wilkins
Gordon
Folsom

Carroll
Hatch
Mooney

Greeley
L. Batchelder Noyes

Jona. Harvey A. Towle Simpson

Harriman
J. Brown Hobbs

D. Jones
Pillsbury
J. H. Smith

McMaster
Lamprey Hayes

Manahan Pickering

J. W. Clement C. F. Gove Bartlett

Dearborn Barr
Leavitt

P. Wentworth Holt
J. Harvey, Jr. John Perkins Whittemoie
Tuttle
I. Hall

Tenney
D. B. Chase Woodman Proctor
Beck
Peavey

Litchfield
Waldron

D. Bachelder Bruce Dudley

Jesse Graves Jesse Gibson Trefethen Farnum

Law Buswell

S. Jones J. Dodge G. Nutter Clough

S. P. Colby
W. H. Newell Robie

Cilley
Churchill
Burnham

Abbott
L. Richardson Wiggin

J. Newell
Drake
J. Putnam of F. D. Taylor

E. Sawyer
J. Gove
Mack
J. L. Putnam
V. Chase
D. M. Smith
French
Corbin
Frost
S. Clement
A, Perkins
Knowlton
E. Perkins
Long
Blanden
P. Perkins
Wells
John Bean
Jewett
H. Currier
Wallace
W. Crosby
Bridgman
Symmes
S. Page.
Jona. Wilson
Brownson
Aldridge
Andrews
J. Kent'

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Webster Boynton

Eastman

Brainard
Elkins
A. Taylor Lang

Baldwin
Weeks
Meserve
R. Ingalls

J. Colby
Sandborn

Yeas 56, nays 132.
So the amendment was not adopted.
On the question, shall this resolution pass ?
It was decided in the affirmative.
On the question, shall the third resolution pass ?
It was decided in the affirmative.
On the question, shall the fourth resolution pass ?
It was decided in the affirmative.
The fifth resolution was read.

On motion of Mr. Wilson, the resolution was amended by striking out the word “ deprecate," and insertiirg the word "regret."

Resolved, That it pass.
The sixth resolution was read.
Resolved, That it pass.
The seventh resolution was read.
Resolved, That it pass.

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

Mr. French, from the committee on Engrossed Bills, reported that they have examined the following bills and resolutions, viz.

ic An act in addition to an act entitled an act for laying 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 to an act entitled an act in addition to an act passed January 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."

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

A resolution in favour of Joseph Hill.
A resolution in favour of Philip Carrigain.
A resolution in favour of Bradbury Bartlett and others.

A resolution granting one copy of the revised statutes to the town of North-Effingham.

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

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

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

A resolution giving a copy of the revised statutes to the town of Carroll.

A resolution appropriating five hundred dollars for contingent expenses.

A resolution for appropriating four thousand dollars for erecting the new State Prison.

A resolution appropriating fifteen hundred dollars for educating deaf and dumb.

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

Which bills and resolutions were signed by the Speaker.
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 the following bills, resolutions and address.

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

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

A resolution appropriating fifteen hundred dollars for the education of deaf and dumb.

A resolution appropriating four thousand dollars for erecting a new State Prison.

An address for the removal of certain officers.

The Senate have indefinitely postponed an address for the removal of an officer.

Mr. French, from the committee on Engrossed Bills, introduced the following resolution.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, That the sum of twenty three dollars be allowed John Whipple for engrossing all the public acts and resolutions at this session, and in full of his account, and that said sum be paid out of the treasury.

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

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

A message from the Senate by their Clerk.

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

"An act making further provisions for laying out highways.” “An act to alter the names of certain persons."

A resolution appropriating five hundred dollars for contingent expenses.

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

A resolution in favour of Bradbury Bartlett and others.

They concur with the House in the passage of a bill entitled “An act for the return of inventories," with certain amendments."

The House proceeded to the consideration of the amendments proposed by the Senate to the bill entitled “An act for the return of inventories."

Which amendments were severally read and agreed to.
Ordered, That the Clerk inform the Senate thereof.

Mr. Gregg, from the committee on Claims, to whom was referred the account of Jacob Tyler, reported a bill entitled “ An act in favour of Jacob Tyler."

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. Kent introduced a resolution in relation to the purchasing a tract of land for the use of the State Prison.

Which was read a first and second time.
On motion of Mr. French-

Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Bills on their Second Reading

Mr. French, from the committee on Engrossed Bills, reported that they have presented to His Excellency the Governor all the bills and resolutions which they last reported as correctly engrossed.

Mr. Kimball, from the committee on Bills on their Second Reading, to whom was referred the resolution for the purchase of a tract of land for the use of the State Prison, reported the same in a new draft, as follows :

Whereas the Warden of the State Prison has purchased for the accommodation of that institution a certain parcel of land lying on the west side of State street in Concord, bounded as follows, viz. : beginning at the northeast corner of the State Prison lot, thence extending northerly on said State street fifty six feet, thence westerly by James Buswell's land eighteen rods, thence southerly fifty six feet to the said State Prison lot, thence easterly by the said Prison lot to the place begun at ; it being all the land recently conveyed by the said James Buswell to Joseph Clifford : and whereas it is necessary that the State should own said land, Therefore

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, That the Treasurer of this State, upon receiving an absolute and valid conveyance to the State of New Hampshire of the land aforesaid, be directed to pay to the Warden of the State Prison, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of two hundred and fifty-five dollars in full consideration for said land and for all charges incident to the purchase and conveyance of the

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

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

On motion of Mr. Graves

The House resumed the consideration of the bill entitled “An act to sever a tract of land from Andover and annex the same to Franklin." On motion of Mr. Hale

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

On motion of Mr. Clement of Sandbornton

The House resumed the consideration of the resolution authorizing the improvement of the seats in the Representatives' Hall.

Mr. Clement moved, that the further consideration of said rosolution be indefinitely postponed.

On this question the yeas and nays were required by Mr. Clement.

Those who voted in the affirmative are
Messrs.
Folsom
Holt

Wallace
Eaton
Scates
J. Dodge

W. Crosby
A. Brown Simpson

S. P. Colby Bridgman
Gordon
Hobbs
Cilley

Jonà. Wilson
L. Batchelder J. W. Clement A. Wilson Burley
A. Towle Dearborn J. Newell Brownson
Pilsbury

P. Wentworth T. Ingalls Aldridge
Lamprey
J. Hall
Wright

Shaw
Murray

Woodman J. L. Putnam Andrew
Bartlett
Peavey
Corbin

Wilcox
Leavitt
Clough

S. Clement J. Kent
Dudley
Kimball

A. Perkins Elkins
Boyd
Wiggin
Lang

Weeks
Buswell
J. Putnam of F. Blanden

Sanborn
Churchill Nesmith

P: Perkins Boynton L. Richardson Straw

Clark

Meserve
Hull
Hill
Wells

Eastman
Jere. Bean Greeley

J. Bean

Lang
J. Fellows Jona. Harvey Jewett

Brainard
Mallard
D. Jones

H. Currier J. Colby
G. Towle Barr

81 Those who voted in the negative are Messrs. Hatch Beck

Hale Peaslee

J. N. Anderson Goodrich T. E. Sawyer
D. Currier
Pickering Barker

Fenner
Freese
John Harvey Drake

J. H. Smith
Gregg

Tuttle

J. T. Chase Hayes
Rogers
D. B. Chase Carr

Rollins

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