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H. Currier Burley

Andrews

Low
Wallace
Brownson J. Kent

Meserve
W. Crosby
Dickinson Webster

Eastman
Bridgman
Aldrich
Pinkham

F. Lang
Symmes
Albee
Burns

Brainard
S. Page
Moulton
Elkins

Baldwin
Jona, Wilson Latham

Weeks

J. Colby
Pike
Shaw
Boynton

1 66 Those who voted in negative arcMessrs.

T. E. Sawyer R. Anderson Jas. Wilson
Aiken
Hanson

E. F. Ingalls A. Wilson
Montgomery Mathes

M. Chase T. Ingalls
Rogers
Stearns
Stevens

Wright
J. Brown
George

J. Crosby Tyler
Vennard
W. Kent
Wheeler

Grannis
Murray
Kimball
Miller

Smart
MI'Gaw
Secombe
Farrar

Alden
Carr
W. Moore Fisk

34
Yeas 166, nays 34.
So the bill passed.
Resolved, That its title be as aforesaid.

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

Mr. Nesmith from the committee on Bills on their second reading to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act for the preseryation of Bath Village Bridge, reported the same with an 'amendment.

Which amendment was read and adopted.

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

Which was decided in the negative.

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

Mr. Nesmith from the same committee to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act regulating the office of constable, reported the same with an amendment, which was read and adopted.

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

Mr. Nesinith from the same committee to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Trustees of Lebanon Academy, reported the same without amendment.

Ordered, That said bill be read a third time 10-morrow at 3 o'clock, alicrnoon.

On motion of Mr. Gove of Goffstown

The House resumed the consideration of the resolution appropriating 9265 dollars to furnish the new State Prison, together with

the amendment proposed by Mr. Carr of Dover, when after some time spent in the consideration of said amendment, On motion of Mr. Chase of Northfield

The House adjourned.

TUESDAY, JAN. 1, 1833. Mr. Beck presented the petition of Timothy Ham and others, for the repeal of certain laws in relation to the government of schools in the town of Portsmouth. Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Education.

Mr. Stevens presented the petition of S. K. Livermore and others for an act of incorporation by the name of the Congregational Gospel Society in Miltord.

Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Incorporations.

Mr. Colby of Weare, from the committee on Elections to whom was referred the petition of Rendall Pinkhan and others, made a report, whereupon,

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

Mr. Nesmith from the committee on bills on their second reading, to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act in addition to, and in amendinent of an act entitled an act for the support and regula-, tion of primary schools, passed July 9, 1927, reported the same in a new drast.

Which was read a first and second time.

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

Mr. Nesmith from the committee on bills on their second reading, to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act for making and establishing a new proportion for the several towns and places within this Suate, reported the same without amendment.

Mr. Kimball moved, That the bill be amended by striking out after the word “Concord” the word "sixteen” and insert "fifteen."

Which was decided in the negative. Mr. Chase of Northfield moved, That the bill be amended by adding to the proportion of the town of Concord ninety three cents, and deducting the same amount from the town of Northfield.

Which was decided in the negative.

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

The House resumed the consideration of the amendment proposed by Mr. Carr of Dover to the resolution appropriating 9265 dollars to finish the new State Prison; the question on ihe adoption of which amendment was suspended by the adjournment of the House on yesterday afternoon.

Mr. Hale of Dover moved, That the amendment proposed by Mr. Carr of Dover be amended by inserting after the word “Prison," the words “over one years sianding,” and also add the following words:"and provided ihe collection cannot be made fast enough to meet the demands upon the prison, the Governor is hereby authorized to draw his warrant upon the Treasurer in favor of the Superintendant of the new prison, for such sum or sums of money not otherwise appropriated, as may in the opinion of the Governor and Council, be necessary, not exceeding in the whole the sum of six thousand dollars.

Mr. Hale called for the division of the question,
But before the question was taken,
Mr. Hale moved, That the House do now adjourn.
Which was decided in the negative.

The question resumed, Shall the words "over one years' stand-
ing,” be inserted after the word "prison?”
Which was decided in the affirmative.
Mr. Freese moved, That the House do now adjourn.
Which was decided in the negative.

The question recurred, Shall the remaining part of the amendment moved by Mr. Hale, be adopted?

On this question the yeas and nays were required by Mr. Nutter of Farminęlon.

Those who voted in the affirmative are-
Messrs.
Fenner

Putnam of F. S. P. Colby
Peaslee
Hull
Woods

Cilley
Eaton
Hunt
Curtis

Abbott
Collins
C. Leavitt Straw

Wild
Freese
J. Page
Hill

Day
Gregg
Jere. Bean Carroll

Gates
A. Brown
J. Fellows Greely

T. P. Richardson
Gordon
G. Towle
Jona. Harvey

J. Newell
Hatch
Noyes

Harriman D. Taylor
L, Bachelder Simpson

D. Jones E. Sawyer
A. Towle
Harmon
M'Master

Bisco
Lamprey J. H. Smith Mannahan Skinner
B. Leavitt Hayes

John Gibson Jona. Gove
D. B. Chase J. W. Clement C. F. Gove Mack
Beck
Peavey
Barr

J. L. Putnam
Waldron
D. Batchelder Holt

V. Chase
Dudley

Jesse Graves Whittemore D. M. Smith
G. Nutter
Farnum
Tenney

French
W. H. Newell S. Jones Putnam of Lynd.Corbin
Churchill Clough

Proctor

Frost I. Richardson Roby

Bruce

S. Clement
Drake
Burnham

Jesse Gibson A. Perkins
Hale
Wiggin
Dodge

Laws

Knowlton
Pike
Webster

Meserve
E. Perkins Burley

Pinkham

Eastman
H. H. Lang
Brownson Burns

F. Lang
Blandin
Aldrich
Elkins

Brainard
Wells
Albee
Weeks

Baldwin
Jewett
Moulton Boynton

J. Colby
Wallace
Andrews
Low

119 Jona. Wilson

Those who voted in the negative are-
Messrs.
Hanson

Secombe Osgood
Jos. Graves Folsom

W. Moore Hills D. Currier Mooney

Harris

Wright
Aikin
Scates

R. Anderson Allen
Montgomery Mathes

E. F. Ingalls Tyler
Dow
Orne

M. Chase Grannis
Rogers
Hobbs
Stevens

Smart
J. Brown Dearborn Litchfield A. Hall
Pillsbury Marston

J. Crosby

Prentiss J. N. Anderson Rollins

Whecler

J. Moore
Vennard
Stearns
Miller

Kepnison
Pickering J. Perkins Law

Clark
Murray
I. Hall
Farrar

John Bean
John Harvey Woodman A. Wentworth H. Currier
Tresethen Copp

J. K. Smith W. Crosby
Boyd
Tebbets

Chamberlain Bridgman
Barker
M. Fellows Stebbins

S. Page
McGaw
George
Fisk

Dickinson
Kingman W. Kent

Jas. Wilson Latham J. T. Chase Kimball

Harrington

Shaw
Carr
Nesmith

A. Wilson Wilcox
T. E. Sawyer A. Colby

T. Ingalls

J. Kent
J. H. Nutter Wilkins

Griffin
Mallard
Mitchell

92 Yeas 119, nays 92. So the amendment was adopted.

On the question, Shall the amendment proposed by Mr. Carr as amended be adopted ?

It was decided in the affirmative.
Mr. Mack moved, That the House do now adjourn.
Which was decided in the negative.

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

And then the House adjourned.

AFTERNOON. The House proceeded to the order of the day, on 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 third time.
Resolved, That it pass and that its title be as aforesaid.
Ordered, That the Clerk inform the Senate thereof.
The House proceeded to the order of the day on the following
bills.

An act for the preservation of Bath Village Bridge.
An act to incorporate the Trustees of Lebanon Academy.
Which were severaliy read a third time.
Resolved, That they pass and that their titles be as aforesaid.

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

Mr. Gove of Goffstown introduced the following address:

To His Excellency Samuel Dinsmoor, Governor of the State of New Hampshire.

The Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, satisfied that the public good requires that the Honorable John Harris, one of the Justices of the Superior Court of Judicature, should no longer hold his office as Justice of said Court, respectfully address and request your Excellency with consent of the Council, to remove the said John Harris from this said office.

Which was read.
Mr. Nesmith moved, that the address lie on the table.
Which was decided in the negative.

Mr. Chamberlain moved, That the further consideration of this address, be indefinitely postponed.

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

Those who voted in the affirmative are-
Messrs.
Rollins
Wheeler

Hills
D. Currier Stearns

Miller

Wright
Aiken
M. Fellows Farrar

Mack
Montgomery

W. Kent A. Wentworth Tyler
Dow
Kimball

J. K. Smith Grannis
Rogers
Nesmith

Chamberlain J. L. Putnam
J. N. Anderson Curtis

Stebbins

Smart Vennard A. Colby

Fisk

Prentiss
McGaw
Secombe

Jas. Wilson Clark
Kingman W. Moore Gates

Dickinson
Carr

R. Anderson A. Wilson Latham
Hull
E. F. Ingalls
T. Ingalls

Shaw
Hanson
Tenney
Griffin

Wilcox
Scales
Stevens

56

Osgood
Mathes

J. Crosby
Those who voted in the negative are--
Messss.
Eaton
Gregg

Hatch
Peaslee
Collins
A. Brown

L. Bachelder
Graves
Freese
Gordon

A. Towle

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