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On the question, Shall the resolution pass ?
The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Drown.

Those who voted in the affirmative arc-Messrs. Bartlett, Carr, Whitlemore, Farrington, Bean, Woodbury, Knowlton, Jackson and Burns.

Mir. Drown voted in the negative.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the llouse of Representatives accordingly.

The bill entitled, An act to incorporate the trustees of the Lobanon Academy as amended, was read a third time.

Resolved, That it pass with amendments. Ordered, That the Clerk notify the Ilouse of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Jackson from the committee on Schools and Seminarics of Learning, to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act for the support and regulation of primary schools, passed July 6, 1827, reported the same without amen dment.

On the question, Shall the bill be read a third time?
it was determined in the affirmative.
A message from the House of Representatives, by their Çlerk.

"Mr. President: the House of Representatives have passed a resolution fixing the time at which the buisness of the present session of the Legislature may be closed--in which they ask the concurrence of the Senate."

And he withdrew.
Said resolution was read, and is as follows:

Resolved, That the business of the present session may close on Saturday the 5th day of Jan. 1833, and that the Clerk be directed to make up the pay roll accordingly.

On motion by Mr. Whittemore-
Ordercd, That the same lie on the table.

Mr. Drown from the committe on Engrossed Bills, reported that They have examined and found correctly engrossed bills with the following titles, viz:

An aci to alter the names of certain persons.

An act in addition to the several law s of this state for the case and relief of poor debtors.

An act regulating the inode of putting pine timber into Connecti. cut River.

An act in amendment of an act entitled, An act relating to the organization of the courts of justice.

An address for the removal of one of the justices of the superior court of judicature.

An aci to incorporate the Proprietors of Sewall's Falls Bridge.

An act in addition to an act entitled, An act empowering the inhabitants of the town of Portsmouth to appoint health officers, and for preventing nuisances in said town.

An act relating to students of colleges.
An act to incorporate the Newport Manufacturing Company. And

An act authorizing selecimen to tax the rateable estales of legatees and wards, in the bands of executors, administrators, trustees and guardians.

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

"Mr. President--The Speaker of the flouse of Representatives having signed the nine bills, and the address last reported by the committee on engrossed bills as correctly engrosed, I am directed to bring them to the Senate for the signature of their President."

And he withdrew. The President of the Senate signed the said bills and address, and they were delivered to the committee on Engrosed bills to be laid before His Excellency The Governor.

Mr. Williams from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill entittled, An act to establish the rates at which polls and rateable estates shall be assessed in making direct taxes, reported the same without amendment. On the question, Shall the bill be read a third time? It was determined in the affirmative. On motion by Mr. Whitlemore

The bill entitled, An act to distribute among the several towns in this State the three per cent. stock due this state from the United States, was laken up and considered.

Mr. Whittemore offered the following amendment, viz: Strike out after the word “New-Flampshire,” in the 8th line of the 1st section, all the remainder of the bill, and insert the following words, "to place the same at interest in some bank or banks, and apply the same to defray the ordinary expenses of the State as they may accrue, under the direction of His Excellency the Governor, until the whole shall be expended.”

On the question, Will the Senate adopt the said amendment? The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Williams.

Those who voted in the affirmative arc-Messrs. Drown, Bart. lett, Carr, Whittemore, Farrington, 'Bean, Woodbury, Knowlton and Jackson.

Those who voted in the negative are--Messrs. Burns and Williams. On the question, Shall the bill as amended be read a third time?

It was determined in the affirmative. On motion by Mr. DrownResolved, That the Rules of the Senate be so far suspended, that said bill be read a third time at the present time.

Whereupon said bill as amended was read a third time. Resolved, That it pass with an amendedment.

Mr. Whittemore offered the following amendment to the title of the bill, viz :

Strike out the words " distribute among the several towns in this State," and insert in lieu thereof the words“ dispose of."

On the question, Will the Senate thus amend the title of the bill ?

It was determined in the aflirmative. Ordered, That the clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk. "Mr. President : The House of Representatives have indefinitely postponed the bill entitled, An act in addition to an amendment of an act, entitled An act to declare the jurisdiction of the Court of Common Pleas, and of the Superior Court of Judicature, and to regulate the proceedings in the same Courts, passed Jan. 2, 1829.”

And he withdrew, Mr. Drown, from the committee on Engrossed Bills, reported, that they had laid the nine bills and address last reported by the committee on engrossed bills as correctly engrossed, before his Excellency the Governor. On motion by Mr. Carr

The Senate adjourned.

AFTERNOON.

Met according to adjournment. The bill entitled, An act in addition to and in amendment of an act entitled, An act for the support and regulation of primary schools, passed July 6, 1827--was read a third time.

Resolved, That it pass. Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly,

The bill entitled, An act to establish the rates at which polls and rateable estates shall be assessed in making direct taxes--was read a third time.

On the question, Shall the bill pass ?
The yeas and says were required by Mr. Drown.

Those who voted in the affirmative are-Messrs. Bartlett, Carr, Whittemore, Farrington, Bean, Woodbury, Knowlton, Jackson, Burns and Williams.

Mr. Drown voted in the negative.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

“ Mr. President: The House of Representatives disagree to the amendment proposed by the Hon. Senate to the bill entitled, An act to distribute among the several towns in this State the 3 per cent. stock due this State from the United States."

And he withdrew.

Mr. Williams moved that the Senate recede from their said amendments. On the question, Will the Senate recede from their amendments ?

The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Williams. Those who voted in the affirmative are--Messrs. Burns and Williams.

Those who voted in the negative are---Messrs. Drown, Bartlett, Carr, Whittemore, Farrington, Bean, Woodbury, Knowlton and Jackson.

On motion by Mr. Farrington--,
Resolved, That the Senate insist on their said amendments.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

“Mr. President—The House of Representatives have passed a bill entitled, An act regulating the office of constable.

An act to incorporate sundry persons by the name of the Francestown Bank. And

A resolution granting one copy of Carrigain's map to the town of Middleton, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.

The House of Representatives adhere to their disagreement to the amendments proposed by the Hon. Senate, to the bill entitled, An act to distribute among the several towns in this State the three per cent. stock due this State from the United States."

And he withdrew. On motion by Mr. Bartlett-Resolved, That the Senate adhere to their amendments proposed to the bill entitled, An act to distribute among the several towns in this State the three per cent. stock due this State from the United States

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

The bill entitled, An act regulating the office of constable, was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That the same be referred to the committee on the Judiciary:

The bill entitled, An act to incorporate sundry persons by the name of the Francestown Bank, was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That the same be referred to the committee on Banking Institutions.

The resolution granting a copy of Carrigain's map to the town of Middleton, was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That the same be referred to the committee on Claims. A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.

"Mr. President- The Hosue of Representatives adhere to their disagreement to the amendments proposed by the Hon. Senate, to

the bill entitled, An act to distribute among the several towns in this
Slate the three per cent. stock due this State from the United
States, and ask a committee of conference--and have on their part
appointed Messrs. Atwood, Colby of Weare, and Chamberlain.”

And he withdrew.
On motion by Mr. Burns-
Ordered, That the same lie on the table.

Mr. Williams from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill establishing a new proportion for the assessment of taxes, reporled the same without amendment.

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

The Senate adjourned.

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FRIDAY, JAN. 4, 1833. Met according to adjournment. On motion by Mr. Farrington, The resolution tixing the time at which the business of the present session of the Legislature may be closed, was taken up and considered.

Resolved, That it pass. Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Woodhury, from the committee on the State House and State House Yard, to whom was referred the resolution instructing them to report what measures it will be necessary to take to secure the foundations of the State House against damage by water, reported, that in the opinion of the committee there should be troughs placed under the eaves of the State House, and conductors to carry the water to shoes made of stone, to prevent it from injuring the House. The ground upon which the building stands being sandy, has settled so as to break some of the stones, and open the joints of others; but that the committee were of opinion that the repairs had better be delayed until the building should need shingling anew, which would be in a short time and therefore that it is inexpedient to make any repairs at the present time.

On motion--
Resolved, that said report be accepted.

The bill entitled, An act for making and establishing a new proportion for the assessment of public taxes among the several towns and places within this State was read a third time.

Resolved, that it pass. Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Knowlton, from the committee on Claims, to whom was re

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