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Resolved, That the further consideration of the subject, be postponed to the next session of the Legislaturc.

Mr. Litchfield, from the same committee, to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act in addition to, and amendment of an act entitled, an act for the support and regulation of primary schools, made a report, accompanied with the following resolution.

Resolved, That said bill be indefinitely postponed.
Which was read. --- But before the question was taker.
On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Dover--

Ordered, That said bill be recommitted to the committee on Edution.

Mr. Peaslee, from the committee on Bills on their second reading, lo whom was referred the bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Dover Lyceum, reported the same in a new draft.

Which was read a first time.

Ordered, That said bill be read a second time to-day at 11 o'clock forenoon.

Mr. Nesmith from the committee on Bills on their second reading to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act to incorporate the proprietors of Sewall's Falls Bridge, reported the same with certain amendments which were read and adopted.

Mr. Kimball moved, That the further consideration of said bill be postponed to the next session of the Legislature, and that all persons interested shall be heard before the standing committee on Roads, Bridges and Canals, and that the petitioners for said bridge cause the substance of their petition together with this order to be published in one of the newspapers printed at Concord, for three weeks successivley, the last publication whereof to be three weeks prior to said day of hearing, and that said petitioners also furnish'the Selectmen of the town of Concord, with a copy of their petition, and of this order at least three weeks prior to the second Tuesday of March next.

On motion of Mr. Marston-

Ordered, That said bill with the accompaning papers lie on the table.

Mr. Kimball by lcave of the House presented the petition of the Selectmen of Concord, in relation to the granting a bridge at Sewall's Falls,

Ordered, That it lie one the table.

Mr. Nesinith from the committee on Bills on their second read. ing to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act regulating the survey of sawed clapboards and shingles, reported the same with sundry amendments, which amendments were read and adopted.

Ordered, That said bill be read a third time to-morrow at 10 o'clock forenoon.

Mr. Coues from the select committee to whom was referred so

much of His Excellency's message as relates to the returns of the insane persons in this State, made a report.

Which was read.
On motion of Mr. Wilson of Kcene--

Ordered, That said report lie on the table, and that the Clerk procure one thousand printed copies of the same, and lay the same before the House.

On motion of Mr. Wilson of Keene

Resolved, That the select committee to whom was referred so much of the message of His Excellency the Governor as relates to an insane hospital, be instructed to report a bill for the establishment of such an institution in this State.

Mr. Kimball presented the account of Atkinson Webster.
Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Claims.

The House proceeded to the order of the day on the bill entitled, An act relating to the organization of the Courts of Justice.

Which was read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass, and that its title be as aforesaid.

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

The House resumed the consideration of the resolution introduced by Mr. Freese, which resolution was pending at the time of the adjournment of the House yesterday.

On the question, Shall the first part of said resolution as far as, and including the word “Legislature” pass?

Mr. Wilcox withdrew bis call for the yeas and nays.
Mr. Chamberlain renewed the call for the yeas and nays.

Those who voted in the affirmative, are-
Messrs.
Tuttle
Hunt

Dearborn
Peaslee
Coues

C. Leavitt P. Wentworth D, Currier Beck

J. H. Nutter Marston
Collins
Waldron
J. Page

Stearns
Freese
Goodrich

Jere. Bean J, Perkins
Montgomery Dudley

J. Fellows I. Hall
Gregg
Trefethen Mallard

Woodman
Gordon
Boyd
G. Towle

Peavey
Hatch
Barker
Hanson

Tebbetts
L. Bachelder McGaw

Folsom

D. Bachelder A. Towle G. Nutter

Scates

Jesse Graves
J. Brown
W. H. Newell Mathes

S. Jones
Pillsbury Kingman Orne

Clough
Lamprey
Churchill
Noyes

Roby
Vennard
L. Richardson
Simpson

George
Pickering: J. T. Chase

Harmon

W. Kent
Murray
Carr
Hobbs

Kimball
Bartlett
T. E. Sawyer Hayes

Burnham
B. Leavitt Fenner

J. W. Clement Wiggin John Harvey

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Putnam of F. Stevens

Bisco

Symmes
Nesmith
Litchfield
Allen

S. Page
Woods
J. Crosby Skinnor

Pike
Barnes
Bruce

Jona. Gove Burley
Curtis
Atwood
Mack

Brownson
Straw
Wheeler

J. L. Putnam Dickinson
Hill
Miller
Smart

Alden
A. Colby Jesse Gibson V. Chase Aldrich
B. A. Chase
Law
A. Hall

Albee
Wilkins
Dodge

D. M. Smith Moulton
Carroll
Farrar
French

Latham
Greely
S. P. Colby Corbin

Shaw
Jona. Harvey Cilley

Frost

Andrews
Harriman
Abbott

A. Perkins Wilcox
D, Jones
Wild
Laws

J. Kent
Mitchell

J. K. Smith Koowlton Webster Secombe

Chamberlain E. Perkins Pinkham M'Master Day

H. H. Lang

Burns W. Moore Stebbins

Blandin

Elkins
Harris
Fisk

P. Perkins Weeks
R, Anderson Harrington J. Moore Boynton
E. F. Ingalls T. P. Richardson Kennison A. Taylor
Mannahan A. Wilson Clark

Low
John Gibson J. Newell Wells

Meserve
C. F. Gove
T. Ingalls

John Bean Eastman
Barr
D. Taylor

Jewett
Whittemore Osgood

H. Currier R. Ingalls
Tenney
Hills
Wallace

Brainard
M. Chase E. Sawyer

W. Crosby

Baldwin Putnam of Lynd. Wright Bridgman

J. Colby

199
Those who voted in the negative are-
Messrs.
Copp
Jona. Wilson

2 Yeas 199, nays 2.

On the question, Shall the remaining part of said resolution pass?

The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Noyes.

Those who voted in the affirmative are-
Messrs.
A. Towle

D. B. Chase W. H. Newell
Peaslee
J. Brown
Beck

Churchill
Eaton
Pillsbury
Waldron

L. Richardson
Collins
Lamprey Goodrich

Drake
Freese
Pickering Dudley

J. T. Chase
Gregg
Bartlett

Trefethen Fenner
Gordon
B. Leavitt Boyd

Hull
Iatch
John Harvey Buzzell

Hunt 4. Bach elder Tuttle

G. Nutter C. Leavitt

F. Lang

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J. Page

Barnes
Wild

Wallace
Jere. Bean Curtis

Day

'W. Crosby
J. Fellows
Straw

Harrington Bridgeman
Mallard
Hill

T. P. Richardson Symtnes
G. Towle
B. A. Chase Newell

S. Page
Folsom
Wilkins

D. Taylor Jona. Wilson
Orne
Carroll
E. Sawyer

Pike
Noyes
Greeley
Bisco

Burley
Simpson
Jona. Harvey Skinner

Brownson
Harmon

Harriman Jona. Gove Aldrich
Hobbs
D. Jones
Mack

Albee
J. H. Smith Mitchell

J. L. Putnam Knowlton
Hayes
Mc Master V. Chase

Andrews
J. W. Clement Mannahan A. Hall

J. Kent
Dearborn John Gibson D. M. Smith Webster
P. Wentworth C: F. Gove French

Pinkham
Marston
Barr
Corbin

Burns
J. Perkins Whittemore Frost

Elkins
I. Hall
Tenney

A. Perkins Weeks
Woodman Putnam of Lynd. Laws

Boynton
Peavey
Proctor

Knowlton A. Taylor
Tebbets

Litchfield E. Perkins Low
D. Bachelder
Bruce
H. H. Lang

Meserve
Jesse Graves
Atwood
Blanden

Eastman
S. Jones
Jesse Gibson P. Perkins

T, Lang
Clough
Law

Kennison R. Ingalls
Roby
Dodge
Wells

Brainard
Burnham S. P. Colby .John Bean Baldwin
Wiggin
Cilley
Jewett

J. Colby
Putnam of F. Abbot

H, Currier

155 Woods

Those who voted in negative are-
Messrs.
Mathes

M. Chase Hills
D. Currier Stearns

J. Crosby

Wright
Montgomrey M, Fellows Wheeler Allen
Venard
George
Farrar

Smart
Murray

W. Kent J. K. Smith J. Moore
Barker
Kimball

Chamberlain Clark
McGaw
Nesmith
Stebbins

Dickenson
Carr
A. Colby
Fisk

Alden
T. Sawyer Secome

Gates

Latham
J. H. Nutter W. Moore A. Wilson Shaw
Hanson
R. Anderson T. Ingalls

Wilcox
Scates
E. F. Ingalls Osgood

46 Yeas 155, nays. 46. So the resolution passed.

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

The House proceeded to the order of the day, on the bill which came down from the Senate entitled, An act to incorporate the Boston and Ontario Rail Road Corporation.

Which as amended by the House, was read a third time.

Resolved, That it pass as amended, and that its title be as aforesaid.

Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate in said amendment.

The House proceeded to the order of the day, on the bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Dover Lyceum.

Which was read a second time.

Ordered, That it be read a third time to-morrow at 10 o'clook, forenoon.

Mr. Symmes, gave notice that he should to-morrow ask leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act relating to students at colleges.

On motion of Mr. Lamprey-

The House resumed the consideration of the bill entitled, An act to prevent frauds and cheats.

Which was read a second time.

Mr. Brownson moved, That the bill be amended by adding a second section--but before the question was taken,

On motion of Mr. Pinkham-
Resolved, That said bill be indefinitely postponed.
On motion of Mr. Meserve--

The House resumed the consideration of the bill entitled, An act to incorporate the President, Directors and Company of the Lancaster Bank.

Ordered, That said bill be read a third time tomorrow at 10 o'clock, forenoon.

Mr. Skinner, gave notice that he should on Tuesday next, move for the reconsideration of the vote indefinitely postponing the bill entitled, An act for the suppression of frauds and cheats, having voted in the affirmative on that question.

On motion of Mr. Wilkins

The House resumed the consideration of the report of the select committee, to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act to establish the place for keeping the office of Register of Probate, in and for the county of Merrimack.

Resolved, That the further consideration of said bill be indefi nitely postponed.

And then the House adjourned.

SATURDAY, DEC. 22, 1832. Mr. Freese, presented the account of Benjamin Jenness. Mr. Kennison, presented the account of H. Parsons and others.

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