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So the vote indefinitely, postponing the bill entitled, An act to incorporate sundry person by the name of the President, Directors and Company of the State Bank, was reconsidered.

Mr. Hale gave notice that he should to-morrow ask leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act to incorporate the President, Directors and Company of the Mechanic's Bank. Mr. Atwood introduced the following resolution:

Whereas, there is more than six thousand dollars of the three per cent stock, belonging to this State, now at the disposal of the Legislature, and whereas the people of this State form a safe depository for these funds, therefore,

Resolved, That it is expedient to distribute this surplus, among the several towns, to be by them disposed of, in such manner as each town shall direct at their next annual town meeting, and that the committee on Finance be directed to report a bill according!

Which was read.
On motion of Mr. Goodrich--
Ordered, That it lie on the table.
On motion of Mr. Wilson of Keene-

Resolved, That when the House adjourn in the forenoon on Friday next, they adjourn to meet the succeeding morning at 10 o'clock.

Resolved, That Mr. Weld, the principal of the American Asylum at Hartford, for the education and instruction of the deaf and dumb, have the use of the Representative's Hall on Friday next in the afternoon, for the purpose of exhibiting the proficiency of the pupils under his care.

Mr. French gave notice that he should to-morrow, ask leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act in relation to the alteration of names.

Mr. Brainard introduced the following resolution:

Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, That the Secretary of State be directed 10 furnish one copy of the revised statutes, for the town of Erroll, at the expense of the State. Which was read a first and second time. Mr. Murray moved, That the resolution lie on the table. Which was decided in the negative. Ordered, That said resolution be read a third time on Saturday

next.

And then the House adjourned.

AFTERNOON.

The House proceeded to the order of the day on the bill entitled, An act to incorporate the proprietors of Sewall's Falls Bridge. Which was read a third time.

Mr. Kimball moved, That the further consideration of said bill be postponed to the first Tuesday of the next session of the Legislature, and that all persons interested shall then be heard before the committee on Roads, Bridges and Canals, and that the petitioners for said bridge, cause that a copy of their petition, together with this order, be delivered to the Selectmen of the town of Concord, at least three weeks prior to the second Tuesday of March next.

Which was decided in the negative.
Resolved, That said bill pass and that its title be as aforesaid.

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

The House proceeded to the order of the day on the bill entitled, An act in addition to an act empowering the inhabitants of the town of Portsmouth, to appoint health officers, and for preventing nuisances in said town.

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.

A message from the Senate by their Clerk

“Mr. Speaker- The Senate have passed a bill entitled, An act in amendment of an act entitled, An act relating to the organization of the Courts of Justice, in which they ask the concurrence of the House of Representatives."

The House proceeded to the consideration of the bill which came down from the Senate entitled, An act in amendment of An act entitled, An act relating to the organization of the Courts of Justice.

Which was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That said bill be referred to the committee on Bills on their second reading.

On motion of Mr. Coues

The House resumed the consideration of the bill entitled, An act to provide for the establishment of the New-Hampshire Asy. lum for the insane.

Mr. Hale moved, That the further consideration of said bill be postponed to the next session of the Legislature.

But before the question was taken,

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

When after some time spent in the consideration thereof,
On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Swanzey--

The House adjourned.

FRIDAY, DEC. 28, 1832. Mr. Jewett presented the petition of the Selectmen of Canaan, that Dame's Gore may be annexed to the town of Cannan.

Ordered, That said petition be referred to the committee on Towns and Parishes,

Mr. French from the Joint committee on engrossed Bills, reported that they have examined bills with the following titles:

An act relating to the organization of the Courts of justice.

An act to incorporate sundry persons by the name of Shelburne Androscoggin Bridge corporation

An act to change the name of Piercy to the name of Stark; and find the same correctly engrossed.

Which bills were signed by the Speaker. Ordered, That the Clerk inform the Senate thereof. Mr. Taylor from the committee on the alteration of names to whom was referred the petition of sundry persons for the alteration of their names reported a bill entitled, An act to alter the dames of certain persons.

Which was read a first and second time.

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

Mr. Wentworth from the committee on Military affairs to whom was referred the petition of the officers of the Artillery company belonging to the 32nd regiment made a report, whereupon,

Resolved, That it is inexpedient to grant the prayer of said pe. tition.

Mr. Wilcox from the committee on Banks, to whom was referred the petition of Samuel Bean and others, and of sundry inhabitants of Tamworth, and of Daniel Gale and others, for the incorporation of Banks, made a report, whereupon,

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

Mr. Litchfield from the committee on Education, to whom was referred 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, made a report.

On motion of Mr. Colby of Weare.

Ordered, That said committee be discharged from the further consideration of said bill and that the same be referred to the committee on Bills on their second reading.

Mr. Harvey from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the resolution in relation to the taxing of Locks and Canals, made a report, whereupon,

Resolved, That the committee be discharged from the further consideration of that subject.

Mr. Harvey from the same committee to whom was referred the resolution as to the expediency of limiting the periods for which corporations were to be granted made a report, wherevpon,

Resolved, That it is inexpedient to legislate on this subject.
Mr: Harvey from the same committee to whom was referrer?

the resolution as to the expediency of requiring Treasurers of Savings' Banks to give a statement of the amount of their deposits, made a report, whereupon,

Resolved, That the committee be discharged from the further consideration of that subject.

The House resumed the consideration of the motion which was pending at the time of the adjournment of the House in the afternoon on yesterday, That the further consideration of the bill entitled, An act to provide for the establishment of the New-Hamp. shire Asylum for the Insane, be indefinitely postponed.

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

Those who voted in the affirmative are-
Messrs.
Mooney
Secombe

Blanden
Peaslee
Mathes

E. F. Ingalls P. Perkins
Eaton
Orne

Mannahan Kennison
Collins
Noyes
Barr

Clark
Freese
Simpson
Holt

Wells
A. Brown Harmon

Tenney

John Bean
Gordon
Hayes

Putnam of Lynd. Jewett
Hatch
J. W. Clement Proctor

H, Currier
L. Bachelder P. Wentworth Litchfield Wallace
A. Towle Marston

Wheeler

Bridgman J. Brown

J. Perkins Jesse Gibson W. Crosby Pillsbury I. Hall

Law

Symunes
Lamprey

Woodman Dodge
Pickering
Tebbets

S. P. Colby Jona. Wilson
Bartlett
D. Bachelder Cilley

Pike
B. Leavitt Jesse Graves Abbot

Burley
Tuttle
Farnum
Day

Brownson
D. B. Chase S. Jones

Gates

Aldens
Waldron Clough

T. P. Richardson Aldrich
Dudley
Roby

J. Newell Albee
Trefethen Burnham D. Taylor Moulton
Buzzell
Wiggin
E. Sawyer

Latham
G. Nutter Putnam of F. Jona. Gove Andrews
W. H. Newell Nesmith

Mack

Wilcox Churchill Woods

J. L. Putnam J. Kent L. Richardson Curtis

Smart

Pinkham
J. T. Chase Straw

V. Chase Burns
Hale
Hill
A. Hall

Elkins
Hunt

B. A. Chase D. M. Smith Weeks C. Leavitt Carroll

French

Meserva J. H. Nutter Greeley

Frost

Eastman J. Page

Jona. Harvey A. Perkins F. Lang Jere. Bean Harriman Knowlton Brainard J. Fellows D. Jones E. Perkins Baldwin G. Towle Mitchell

H. H. Lang J. Colby

139

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Those who voted in negative are-
Messrs.
Carr

W. Moore Osgood
Jos. Graves
T. E. Sawyer
Harris

Hills
D. Currier Fenner

R. Anderson Wright
Aikin
Hull

John Gibson Bisco
Montgomery Mallard

Whittemore Allen
Gregg
Hanson
M. Chase

Skinner
Dow
Folsom
Stevens

Tyler
Rogers
Scates
J. Crosby

Grannis
J. N. Anderson J.H. Smith Bruce

Prentiss
Vennard
Rollins
Miller

Corbin
Murray
Stearns
Farrar

S. Clement
John Harvey
Peavey

A. Wentworth Laws
Coueg
M. Fellows Wild

J. Moore
Beck
George

J. K. Smith Dickinson
Goodrich W. Kent

Fisk

Shaw
Boyd
Kimball

Jas. Wilson Webster
Barker
Barnes

Harrington Boynton
McGaw
A. Colby

A, Wilson Low
Kingman
Wilkins

T. Ingalls R. Ingalls
Drake
Mc Master Griffin

78
Yeas 139, nays 78.
So the bill was indefinitely postponed.

The House resumed the consideration of the amendment which was pending at the time of the adjournment of the House, in the afternoon of Wednesday last, proposed by Mr. Latham, to the bill entitled, An act to establish the rates at which polls and rateable estate, shall be assessed in making direct taxes.

Which amendment was rejected.

Mr. Page of Gilmanton moved, That the bill be amended by inserting the following words, "and all jacks kept for the use of mares, be assessed at four dollars each."

Which was decided in the negative.

Mr. Gove of Goffstown, moved that the bill be amended by striking out the word "thirty," and inserting the word “ten” in the sixth line of the first section.

Which was decided in the affirmative.

Mr. Weeks moved, That the bill be amended by inserting in the eight line of the first section, the words “all jacks kept for the use of mares two dollars."

Which was decided in the negative.

Mr. Colby of Weare moved, That the bill be amended by inserting at the close of the first section, the words "except buildings and real estate, which shall be estimated at one fourth of one per cent.” Which was decided in the negative.

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