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Tenney

J. W. Clement
Wilkins

Harrington John Bean
P. Wentworth Carroll

T. P. Rich ardson H. Currier
Marston

Jona. Harvey A. Wilson W. Crosby
Rollins
Mitchell
J, Newell

Bridgman
Stearns
Secombe

T. Ingalls Symmes
J. Hale

McMaster D. Taylor S. Page
Woodman
W. Moore Osgood

Brownson
Peavey,
Mannahan Hills

Alden
Copp
John Gibson Wright

Albee
Tebbetts
Whittemore Bisco

Moulton
D. Bachelder

Allen

Shaw
Jesse Graves Bruce

J. L. Putnam J. Kent
Farnum
Atwood
Smart

Webster
George
Wheeler
Prentiss

Burns
W. Kent

Jesse Gibson D. M. Smith Weeks
Kimball
Law
Frost

Boynton
Wiggin
Dodge

S. Clement Low
Nesmith
Farrar

Knowlton Meserve
Woods

A. Wentworth P. Perkins Eastman
Barnes
Wild

J. Moore R. Ingalls
Curtis
Stebbins
Kennison

Brainard
Straw
Fisk
Clark

Baldwin
B. A. Chase Jas. Wilson Wells

J. Colby
Those who voted in the negative are-
Messss.
Greeley
Griffin

Wallace
D. Currier E. F. Ingalls E. Sawyer

Jona. Wilson J. N. Anderson Barr

Mack

Pike
G. Nutter
M. Chase

V. Chase Burley
W. H. Newell Putnam of Lynd. A. Hall

Aldrich J. Perkins Proctor

French

Latham
M. Fellows Stevens

A. Perkins Andrews
S. Jones
Litchfield
Laws

Wilcox
Roby

J. Crosby E. Perkins Pinkham
Burnham
Miller
H. H. Lang

Elkins
Putnam of F. Day

Blanden

45 A. Colby Gates

Jewett Yeas 147, nays 45.

So the resolution passed, and said bill was postponed to the next session of the Legislature.

On motion of Mr. Sawyer-

Resolved, That the use of the Representatives Hall be granted to the meeting notified to be held this evening for the purpose of organizing a State Lyceum.

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.

An act to incorporate a Company, by the name of the NewHampshire Bridge.

An act relating to the organization of the Courts of Justice.” On motion of Mr. Nesmith

one."

The House resumed the consideration of the bill entitled, An act to establish the rates at which polls and rateable estate shall be assessed in making direct taxes.

Mr. Allen moved, That said bill be amended in the ninth line, by striking out the words "ten dollars” and insert the words "at three per cent. of their real value.”

Mr. Wilcox moved, That the amendment be amended by striking out the word "three” and inserting the words “one half of Which was decided in the negative.

The question recurred on the adoption of the amendment proposed by Mr. Allen.

Which was decided in the negative.

Mr. Wild moved, that the second section be amended by insert ing after the words “stock in trade” the words “including book accounts." Which was decided in the negative.

Mr. Ingalls moved, That the first section of said bill be amended by striking out the word “en” in the ninth line, and to insert the word “five."

Which was decided in the negative. Mr. Latham moved, That the first section be amended by inserting after the words “ten dollars,” the words “and all jacks kept for the use of mares, be assessed at five dollars each. But before the question was decided,

The House adjourned.

said regiment.

THURSDAY, DEC. 27, 1832. Mr. Tresethen, presented the petition of the field officers of the 35th regiment, for a harness and apparatus for a field piece for

Ordered, That said petition be referred to the committee on Mililary affairs.

Mr. French, presented the account of Samuel W. Carr.
The account of Charles F. Gove, and
The account of John L. Putnam.
Ordered, That said accounts, be referred to the committee on

Claims.

Mr. Kent of Concord, from the committee on Banks, to whom was referred the petition of Stephen L. Greeley and others, made a report, whereupon,

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

Mr. Waldron, from the same committee, to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act to incorporate sundry persons, by the name of the Francestown Bank, reported the same without amendment.

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On motion of Mr. Chamberlain
Ordered, That said bill lie on the table.

Mr. Kimball, from the committee on Bills on their second reading, to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act regulating the mode of putting pine timber into Connecticut river, reported the same without amendment.

Ordered, That said bill be read a third time to-morrow at 3 o'clock, afternoon.

Mr. Wilcox, from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act for the ease and relief of poor debtors, reported the same in a new draft, with the following iitle.

An act in addition to the several laws of this State, for the case and relief of poor debtors.

Which was read a first and second time.
On motion of Mr. French-
Ordered, That said bill lie on the table.

Mr Harvey from the same committee, to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act relating to students of Colleges, reported the same in a new draft.

Which was read a first and second time.

Mr. Sawyer of Dover, moved to amend said bill, by strking out the whole of the proviso.

But before the question was taken,

Mr. Chamberlain moved, That the further consideration of said bill, be indefinitely postponed.

Which was decided in the negative.
The question recurred, Shall the proviso be stricken out?
Which was decided in the negative.

Mr. Hale moved, That the bill be amended by inserting after the word "colleges” the words "and academies.”

On motion of Mr. Gove of Goffstown-
Ordered, That said bill and amendment, lie on the table.

Mr. Harvey, from the same committee, to whom was referred the resolution directing the inquiry as to the expediency of amending the law for punishing the crime of murder, made a report ; whereupon,

Resolved, That it is inexpedient to legislate upon that subject at the present time.

Mr. Harvey, from the same committee, to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act authorizing selectmen to tax the rateable estate of legatees and wards in the hands of executors, administrators, trustees and guardians, reported the same in a new draft.

Which was read a first and second time.

On motion of Mr. Goodrich the bill was amended by striking out in the fifth line of the fourth section the words "income of."

Ordered, That said bill be read a third time to-morrow at 3 o'clock, afternoon.

Mr. French from the committee on Towns and Parishes to whom was referred the petition of James Drake and others made a report, whereupon,

Resolved, That the petition of James Drake and others be postponed to the next session of the Legislature, and that the petitioners give notice to the town of Holderness of the pendency of said petition by causing the town Clerk of said town to be served with a copy of said petition and a copy of this resolution thirty days at least previous to the first Tuesday of said session, and that the petitioners and all concerned be heard before the committee on Towns and Parishes on said first Tuesday.

Mr. French from the same committee to whom was referred the petition of Jonathan Sanborn and others, and the petition of Samuel Tilton and others made a report.

Mr. Clement of Sanbornton moved, That said report lie on the table.

Which was decided in the negative.

Resolved, That the further consideration of said petitions be indefinitely postponed.

Mr. Goodrich from the committee on the Judiciary to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act in addition to, and in amendment of an act for preventing trespasses, passed Feb. 15, 1791, made a report, whereupon,

Resolved, That said bill be indefinitely postponed.

Mr. French pursuant to notice given on yesterday had leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Newport Manufacturing Company

Which was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That said bill be referred to the committee on Agriculture and Manufactures.

Pursuant to notice given yesterday Mr. Fellows of Gilmanton moved, That the vote passed yesterday indefinitely, postponing the bill entitled, an act to incorporate sundry persons by the name of the President, Directors and Company, of the State Bank be now reconsidered.

On this question the yeas and nays were required, by Mr. Smith of Rochester.

Those who voted in the affirmative are-
Messrs.
B. Leavitt Drake

J. W. Clement
Peaslee
D. B. Chase Hale

J. Perkins
Eaton
Waldron

C. Leavitt I. Hall
Collins
Dudley
J. Page

Woodman
Freese
Buzzell

Jere. Bean D. Bachelder
A.Brown

G. Nutter G. Towle Jesse Graves
Gordon
W. H. Newell Mooney

Farnum
L. Bachelder Churchill Noyes

S. Jones
Lamprey
L. Richardson Harmon

Clough

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Roby
Whittemore
A. Hall

Brownson
Burnham
Proctor
French

Albee
Wiggin Dodge

Corbin

Moulton
Putnam of F. S. P. Colby A. Perkins Andrews
Woods
Cilley
Laws

J. Kent
Barnes
Abbott

E. Perkins Pinkham
Straw
Wild
H. H. Lang

Burns
Hill
Day

P. Perkins Elkins
B. A. Chase Harrington Wells

Weeks Greely

T. P. Richardson John Bean Meserve Harriman J.'Newell Jewett

Eastman Mitchell E. Sawyer

Wallace

F. Lang M'Master Bisco

W. Crosby R. Ingalls Mannahan Jona. Gove Symmes

J. Colby John Gibson Mack

Pike

97 C. F, Gove J. L. Putnam Burley

Those who voted in the negative are-
Messrs.
Fenner
Holt

Skinner
Jos. Graves Hull

Tenney Tyler D. Currier Hunt

M. Chase

Grannis Aiken

J. H. Nutter Putnam of Lynd. Smart
Montgomery J. Fellows Stevens

V. Chase
Dow
Mallard
J. Crosby

Prentiss
Rogers
Hanson
Bruce

Frost
Hatch
Mathes
Atwood

S. Clement
A. Towle
Orne
Wheeler

Knowlton
J. Brown Hobbs

Jesse Gibson

Blandin Pillsbury J. H. Smith Law

J. Moore
J. N. Anderson P. Wentworth Farrar

Clark
Vennard
Marston

A. Wentworth H. Currier
Pickering Rollins

J. K. Smith Bridgman
Murray
Stearns

Chamberlain S. Page
Bartlett
Peavey
Stebbins

Jona. Wilson
John Harvey
Tebbetts
Fisk

Dickinson
Coues

M. Fellows Jas. Wilson Alden
Beck
George
Gates

Aldrich
Goodrich
W. Kent

A. Wilson Latham
Trefethen Kimball

T. Ingalls

Shaw
Boyd
Nesmith
Griffin

Wilcox
Barker

A. Colby D. Taylor Webster
M'Gaw
Wilkins
Osgood

Boynton
Kingman
Secombe
Hills

Brainard
J. T. Chaso W. Moore Wright

Baldwin
Carr
R. Anderson Allen

108 T. E. Sawyer E. F. Ingalls

Yeas 97, nays 108.

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