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Burns
V. Chase H. H. Lang Jona. Wilson Boynton
A. Hall
Blanden
Pike

Meserve
D. M. Smith John Bean Burley

Eastman
French
Jewett
Brownson

F. Lang
Corbin
H. Currier Aldrich

R. Ingalls
Frost
Wallace
Andrews

Brainard
S. Clement W Crosby Webster

Baldwin A. Perkins Bridgman Pinkham

J. Colby

123 Laws

Yeas 51, nays 123.
So the motion did not prevail.
On the question, Shall this resolution pass?
The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Kimball.

Those who voted in the affirmative are--
Messrs.
J. H. Smith C.F. Gove

H. H. Lang
Peaslee
Hayes
Barr

Blanden
Eaton
J. W. Clement Holt

John Bean
Collins
Dearborn
Whittemore

Jewett
Freese
J. Perkins Tenney

H. Currier.
Gregg
I. Hall
Proctor

Wallace
Gordon
Woodman Jesse Gibson

W. Crosby
L. Bachelder Peavey

Dodge

Bridgman
A. Towle
Tebbetts
S. P. Colby

S. Page
Lamprey D. Bachelder Abbott

Jona. Wilson B. Leavitt Jesse Graves · Wild

Pike John Harvey Farnum

Day

Burley
Tuttle
S. Jones
J. Newell

Brownson
Beck
Clough
D. Taylor

Alden
Waldron

Burnham E. Sawyer Aldrich
Dudley
Wiggin
Bisco

Andrews
Trefethen Putnam of F. Jona. Gove Webster
W. H. Newell Woods

Mack

Pinkham
L. Richardson Barnes

J. L. Putnam Burns
Drake
Curtis
V. Chase

Weeks
Hunt
Straw
A. Hall

Boynton
J. Page
Hill

D. M. Smith Meserye
Jere. Bean B. A. Chase French

F. Lang J. Fellows Carroll

Corbin

R. Ingalls G. Towle Greeley

Frost

Brainard
Noyes
Jona. Harvey

Baldwin

S Clement
Simpson
Harriman A. Perkins

J. Colby
Harmon
D. Jones

Laws
Hobbs
Mitchell

E. Perking
Those who voted in the negative are--
Messrs.
Rogers
Barker

Hull
Jos. Graves J. Brown McGaw

J. H. Nutter
D. Currier J. N. Anderson J. T. Chase Mallard
Aiken
Vennard
Carr

Hanson
Montgomery Murray

T. E. Sawyer Scates

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113

P. Wentworth Secombe

Chamberlain Tyler
Rollins
W. Moore
Fisk

Grannis
Stearns

R. Anderson Jas. Wilson Smart Copp

M. Chase Harrington Prentiss M. Fellows Stevens

T. P. Richardson J. Moore
George

J. Crosby A. Wilson Clark
W. Kent
Wheeler

T. Ingalls Dickinson
Kimball
Miller
Griffin

Latham
Nesmith
Farrar
Osgood

Shaw
A. Colby A. Wentworth Hills

Wilcox

89 Yeas 113, nays 59. So the resolution passed.

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

Mr. Wilcox introduced the following resolution.

Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, that Arlond Carroll be allowed the sum of sixteen dollars, in full for all his services as Clerk of the committee of the new proportion act, and that the sum be paid out of the Treasury.

Which was read three several times.
Resolved, that it pass.

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

On motion of Mr. Wilcox-

Resolved, That all bills and resolutions, which by order of the House, were to be in order for a third reading to-day at 3 o'clock afternoon, be now taken up.

The House proceeded to the order of the day, on the following bills.

An act making appropriations for the military department.
An act for the amendment of the law in certain cases.
Which were severally read a third time.
Resolved, That they pass, and that there titles 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, and in amendment of an act entitled, an act imposing fines for the neglect of military duty and for other purposes.

Which was read a third time.

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

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

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

The House proceeded to the consideration of the bill entitled, An act to regulate the conveyance of estates holden in feetail.

Which was read a third time.
On motion of Mr. Mack,

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

The House proceeded to the order of the day, on the following resolutions.

A resolution providing for taking the sense of the qualified roters, on a revision of the constitution of this State.

A resolution granting to the town of Effingham, a copy of the revised statutes.

Which were severally read a third time.
Resolved, That they pass.

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

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 for taxing bank stock in certain cases.
An act regulating the office of constable."
Mr. Colby of Weare, presented the account of C. G. Atherton.
Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Claims.

Mr. Sawyer, from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the petition of sundry inhabitants of the town of Winchester, Chesterfield and Swansey, made a report, whereupon,

Resolved, That said petitioners have leave to withdraw their petitions.

And then the House adjourned.

AFTERNOON. Mr. Sawyer, from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the petition of the Selectmen of Dover, made a report, whereupon,

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

Mr. Gove, from the select committee, to whom was referred the message of His Excellency, transmitting certain resolutions from the State of Pensylvania, made a report, whereupon,

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

Mr. Gregg, from the committee on Claims, to whom was referred the accounts of Benjanin Jenness, Atkinson Webster, Fisk and Chase, John L. Putnam, Charles F. Gove, Samuel W. Carr, and Jacob Tyler, reported a bill entitled,

An act allowing compensation to Benjamin Jenness and others. Which was read a first and second time.

On motion of Mr. Gove of Goffstown, the bill was amended and 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.

Mr. French introduced the following resolution

Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, That John Whipple be allowed the sum of sixty dollars in full of his clain for engrossing all the public acts and resolutions passed at this session, and that said sum be paid out of the treasury.

Which was read three several times.
Resolved, That it pass.

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

Mr. Chase of Northfield introduced the following address-

The Senate and House of Representatives, satisfied that the Hon. Boswell Stevens, Judge of Probate for the county of Merrimack, by an afflicting dispensation of divine providence, has become wholly incapable of discharging the duties of his office as Judge of Probate, and that the public good requires that he should no longer hold that office, respectfully request your Excellency with advice of the Council, to remove said Boswell Stevens from the said office of Judge of Probate for said county of Merrimack.

Which was read.
Resolved, That it pass.

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

Mr. Carr from the select committee to whom was referred the bill entitled, An act requiring the warden and superintendant of the State Prison to furnish bonds for the security of the State, reported the same in a new draft.

Which bill was read three several times.
Resolved, That it pass and that its title be aforesaid:

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

Mr. Wentworth from the committee on Military affairs to whom was referred the petition of Isaac 'Towle, Major of the 37th regiment made a report, whereupon,

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

On motion of Mr. Noyes

The House resumed the consideration of the resolution in favor of Rev. Samuel Kelly.

Mr. Noyes Inoved that the resolution be amended by stiriking out the word "eighty" and insert "fifty."

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A division of the question was called for by Mr. Gove of Goffstown.

On the question, Shall the word "eighty” be stricken out.
It was decided in the affirmative.
Mr. Putnam moved, That the blank be filled by inserting“seven.
Which was decided in the negative.

Mr. Marston moved, That the blank be filled by inserting "seventy-five.”

Which was decided in the negative.

Mr. Murray moved, That the blank be filled by inserting "sixtyfive."

Which was decided in the negative.
Mr. Day moved, That the blank be filled by inserting "sixty.”
Which was decided in the negative.
Mr. Noyes moved, That the blank be filled by inserting “fifty."
Which was decided in the affirmative.
Said resolution was read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass.

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

Mr. Kimball introduced the following resolution

Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, That Richard Webster have and receive out of the treasury the sum of forty-six dollars in full of his accounts

Which was read three several times.
Resolved, that it pass.

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

On motion of Mr. Gove of Goffstown

The rules of the House were so far suspended as to permit him to introduce a bill at this time.

Mr. Gove pursuant to such leave introduced a bill entitled, An act in amendment of an act entitled, An act to prescribe the mode of election of representatives for this State in ihe congress of the United States.

Which was read three several times.
Resolved, That it pass and hat its title be as aforesaid.

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

Mr. Ingalls of Shelburne, presented the account of Joseph Robirison.

Ordered, That said account be referred to the committee on Claims.

Mr. Wilson of Keene, laid upon the table of the Clerk the following resolution, which was read and unanimously adopted.

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