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East-Kingston & South-Hampton, New-Market, David Murray Exeter, Jeremiah Dow, John Ro-North-Hampton, Benning Leavitt
OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, JUNE SESSION......1832.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1832. A quorum of the whole number of the Representatives, elected in the several towns and districts of the State of New Hampshire, being convened in the Capitol in Concord, in said State, on the first Wednesday of June, 1832,
His Excellency the Governor and the Honourable Council Came into the Representatives' Hall, and the following gentlemen presented their credentials and were duly qualified agreeably to the regulations of the Constitution, viz :
Hampton, Amos Towle, Jr.
Hawke & Sandown, Samuel PillsChester, Samuel Aiken, David Cur- búry rier, Jr.
Kensington, Smith Lamprey Deerfield, Samuel Collins, Andrew Kingston,
Londonderry, John N. Anderson Derry, William Montgomery, Da-New-Castle, Jona. M. T. Vennard
Newington, Tho's Pickering, Jr.
vid A. Gregg
Epping, Samuel R. Gordon
gers Greenland, John K. Hatch
Nottinghau, Joseph S. Tuttle
Porlsmouth, Gideon Beck, Isaac Salem,
Waldron, Charles B. Goodrich Seabrook, John Boyd Raymond, Gilman Dudley Stratham, George Barker Rye, John A. Tresetben
Windham, Isaac M'Gaw
Moultonborough, Isaiah G. Orne Barrington, Jeremiah Kingman New-Durham, Nicholas Noyes Brookfield, Joseph T. Churchill New-Hampton, Henry Y. Simpson Burlon & Chatham, Luther Rich-North-Effingham, Wm. Harmon, 2d ardson
Ossipee, Joseph Hobbs Centre Harbour, Simon Drake, 2d. Rochester, John H. Smith, BenjaConway, Jonathan T. Chase
min Hayes Dover, Samuel W. Carr, John P. Sandbornion, Joseph W. Clement,
Hale, Elhanan W. Fenner Winthrop Dearborn Durham, George Hull
Sandwich, Paul Wentworth, George Eaton, Joseph R. Hunt
T. Marston Effingham, Carr Leavitt
Somersworth, William W. Rollins, Farmington, John H Nutter
Tuftonborough, John Peavey Madbury, Sargent Hanson Wakefield, Amasa Copp Meredith, Ebenezer S. Mooney, Wolfeborough, Tho's J. Tebbets
Hopkinton, Nath'! Curtis, Samuel Boscawen, Moses Fellowg
Straw Bow, John Farnum
Loudon, Samuel Hills, Jr. Bradford, Samuel Jones
New-London, Anthony Colby
Salisbury, Moses Greeley
iel Jones Franklin, Geo. W. Nesmith
Wilmol, Jeremiah Mitchell Henriker, Wm. L. Woods
Manchester, John Proctor
Milford, Josiah Crosby, 3d.
Mont-Vernon, Nath'! Bruce Dunstable, Robert Anderson, Elea-New-Boston, John Atwood zer F. 'Ingalls
New-Ipswich, Stephen Wheeler Francestown, John Gibson Peterborough, Hugh Miller Goffstown, Charles F. Gove, David Pelham, Jesse Gibson Barr.
Sharon, James Law Greenfield, Ephraim Holt, Society-Land & Windsor, John Hancock, Amos Whittemore Dodge Hillsborough, Franklin Pierce Temple, Simon Farrar Hollis, Ralph E. Tenney Weare, Simon P. Colby, Seth N. Hudson,
Cilley Litchfield, Moses Chase
Wilton, Joel Abbot Lyndeborough, Israel Putnam
CHESHIRE COUNTY. Alstead, Asa Wentworth
Richmond, Joseph Newell Chesterfield, Nathan Wild Rindge, Thomas Ingalls Dublin, Jona. K. Smith
Roxbury, Samuel Griffin Filzwilliam, Joseph Brigham, Stoddard, Danforth Taylor Gilsum, Jehisl Day
Sullivan, Roswell Osgood Hinsdale, Lockhart W. Stebbens Surry, Benjamin Hills Jaffrey, Levi Fisk
Swanzey, Elijah Sawyer Keene, James Wilson, Jr. Stephen Troy, Lyman Wright Harrington
Walpole, Leonard Biscoe Marlborough, Levi Gates
Westmoreland, Barton Skinner Marloo, Thomas P. Richardson Winchester, William Allen Nelson, Abijah Wilson
SULLIVAN COUNTY. Acworth, Jonathan Gove
Lempster, Daniel M. Smith
Plainfield, Elias Frost
Unity, Amos Perkins
Washington, Thomas Laws Grantham, Amasa Hall
Wendell, Samuel Knowlton Langdon, Samuel Prentiss:
GRAFTON COUNTY. Alexandria, Elias Perkins
Holderness, Benj. Burley Bath, Henry H. Lang
Landaff, Jona. Brownson Bethlehem, Lyman Blanden Lebanon, Gideon Dickinson Bridgewater, Paul Perking Lisbon, Caleb Aldrich Bristol, Joseph Moor
Littleton, Alexander Albee Campton, John Kenniston Lyman, John Moulton Canaan, John Clark, Jr.
Lyme, Arthur Latham, Jr. Asa Coventry, Enos Wells
Orford, Leonard Wilcox Franconia & Lincoln, John Wal-Piermont, James Kent lace, Jr.
Peeling & Ellsworth, Thomas PinkGroton, William Crosby
ham Hanover. Chauncey Bridgman, Eb-Rumney, Edward Webber enezer Symmes
Thornton, Jasper Elkins Haverhill, Jona. Wilson, Samuel Warren, Enoch R. Weeks Page
Wentworth, John T. Sanborn Hebron, Rufus Pike
COOS COUNTY. Colebrook & Columbia, Abraham Milan, Piercy, Dummer and WinsBoynton
Low's Location, Francis Lang Dallon & Brelton Woods, Asa Tay-Shelburn, Shelburn-Addition, Success Jor
and Berlin, Robert Ingalls Jefferson, Kilkenny, Randolph, and Slewaristoun, Dirrille, Millsfield, Nash & Sawyer's Location, Clovis Errol & College Grant, Barzillai Low
His Excellency the Governor and Honourable Council then withdrew.
The House was called to order by the Clerk.
The House proceeded to the choice of Chairman, and Jonathan Harvey, Esquire, was elected, and took the chair accordingly.
On motion of Mr. Wentworth of Sandwich
The House proceeded by ballot to the choice of Speaker, and the Hon. Franklin Pierce was clected, and took the chair accordingly.
On motion of Mr. Colby of Weare
The House proceeded by ballot 10 the choice of Clerk, and James Clark, Esquire, was elected and qualified accordingly.
On motion of Mr. Lamprey
The House proceeded by ballot to the choice of assistant Clerk, and Horace Chase, Esq. was elected, and qualified accordingly.
A Message from the Senate by their Clerk
“ Mr. Speaker-I am directed to inform the House of Rep e sentatives that the Senate have assembled, and have elected the Hon. Benniag M. Bean their President, Charles G. Atherton, Clerk, and John Whipple assistant Clerk, and are now ready to proceed to the business of the session."
On motion of Mr Curtis
Ordered, That information be given the Hon. Senate by the assistand Clerk that the House of Representatives have assembled and have chosen the Hon. Franklin Pierce their Speaker, James Clark, Clerk and Horace Chåse assistant Clerk, and are ready to proceed to the business of the session,
On motiom of Mr. Atwood
Resolved, That the rules adopted at the last session of the legislature for the government of the House be adopted for the present session until otherwise ordered.
On motion of Mr. Webber
Resolved, That when the House adjourn in the forenoon, they adjourn to meet at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and that when they adjourn in the afternoon, they adjourn to meet at ten o'clock the next morning, until otherwise ordered.
On motion of Mr. Tibbets
Resolved, That the joint rules of the twe branches of the legislature for the year 1831 be adopted for the present session or until others be adopted.
Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate therein.
And then the House adjourned.
AFTERNOON, On motion of Mr. Sandborn
Resolved, That a committee be appointed on the part of the House to join such as may be appointed by the Senate, to wait on 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 comwunication he may please to make.
Ordered, That Messrs. Biscoe, Sandborn and Graves of Brentwood be the committee.
Ordered, That the Clerk inform the Senate thereof.
Resolved, That a committee be appointed to nominate two suitable persons as door-keepers the present session.