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Ordered, that the clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

On motion-
Resolved, That the Senate stand upon a recess, one hour.

At thirty minutes past seven o'clock, the term for the recess having expired—The Senate was called to order by the President.

The bill entitled “ An act to incorporate a provident institution, by the name of the Franklin Savings Bank in Hopkinton," was read a third time.

Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Barion, from the committee on military affairs, to whom was referred the bill entitled “ An act to amend an act inposing fines for neglect of military duty and for other purposes," reported the same accompanied by the following resolution.

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

On the question-Shall said resolution pass ?
It was determined in the affirmative.

Ordered, That the clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly

Mr. Woodbury, from the committee on Printers' Accounts, to whom was referred the resolution in favor of Hill & Barton, reported the same without amendinent.

On the question,-Shall this resolution be read a third time?
It was determined in the affirmative.
On motion of Mr. Corbin

Resolved, That the rules of the Senate be so far suspended that said resolution be read a third time, at the present time.

Said resolution was, thereupon, read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

A message from the House of Representatives by their clerk: " Mr. President,—The House of Representatives have passed a resolution in favor of Philip Carrigain

A resolution in favor of Atkinson Webster and

A resolution in favor of Joseph Clough, in which they ask the concurrence of the Senate."

And he withdrew.

The resolution in favor of Philip Carrigain, was read a first and second time.

On motion of Mr. Barton

Resolved, That the Rules of the Senate be so far suspended, that said resolution be read a third time, at the present time.

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Said resolution was thereupon read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

The resolution in favor of Joseph Clough was read a first and second time.

On notion of Mr. Blodgett-
Resolved, that the rules of the Senate be so far suspended that
said resolution be read a third tiine, at the present time.

Said resolution was thereupon read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

The resolution in favor of Atkinson Webster and others was read a first and second time.

On inotion of Mr. Blodgett,

Resolved, That the Rules of the Senate be so far suspended that said resolution be read a third time, at the present time.

Said resolution was, thereupon, read a third tiine.
Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Blodgett from the committee on claims, to whom was referred the resolution in favor of Jacob Tyler and another, reported the same without amendinent.

On the question, Shall this resolution be read a third time?
It was determined in the affirmative.
On inotion of Mr. Lovell -

Resolved, that the rules of the Senate be so far suspended that said resolution be read a third time at the present time.

Said resolution was thereupon read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly,

The resolution instructing the committee on the Library to ap. point a Librarian, being under consideration,

Resolved, That the Senate concur in said resolution.

Ordered, That the clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

On motion of Mr. Blodgett

Resolved, That when the Senatè adjourn, it be to meet again tomorrow morning at four o'clock. On motion

The Senate then Adjourned.

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A bill entitled “An act to incorporate the New-England Mutual Life Insurance and annuity Company."

A bill entitled "An act in relation to the inilitia."

A bill entitled “ An act in amendment of an act incorporating the Second Parish in Alstead."

A resolution instructing our Senators and requesting our representatives in congress to use their

exertions to procure the pas

. sage of a law providing a more perfect and uniforin organization of the inilitia.

A resolution authorizing the proprietors of the White River Locks and Canals to apply to the justices of the superior court of Judicature, to fix rates of toll for said corporation. A resolutiog discharging Clovis Low and Barker Burbank from

, A bill entitled "An act in amendment of pain

sepat and regulation of primary schools."

A resolution directing the Secretary of state to procure a map of New Hampshire for New.Chester Academy.

An address for the removal of an officer of the militia.

A resolution authorizing the Treasu: er to furnish the sealer of weights and ineasures in the County of Coos, with a set of weights and measures, at the expense of the State.

A message from the House of Representatives by their clerk: " Mr. President, The Speaker of the House of Representatives has signed the following bills, resolutions and addresses, the same having been reported by the comınittee on engrossed bills, as correctly engrossed, which I ain directed to lay before the Sen*ate for the signature of their President, viz.

A resolution requesting the Governor to issue warrants to the Select men of the several towns in this State, to take the sense of the people on the propriety of calling a convention to revise the Constitution:

A bill entitled “ An act to incorporate the Merrimack River Steain Navigation Company.'

A resolution relative to the accounts of the State Prison.

A bill entitled, An act authorizing the Adjutant General to furnish the New Boston artillery company with a piece of ordnance.

A bill entitled "An act to regulate the weighing of beef in this State."

A resolution in relation to the Tariff and the doctrine of nul. lification.

A bill entitled “ An act to incorporate the proprietors of NewChester Academy in the town of New.Chester in the County of Grafton."

A resolution requiring the settlement of the accounts of the State Prison, and providing for the payment of the debts due from the same ; and for the extension of the prison yard.

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A bill entitled “ An act to incorporate a provident institption to be called the Franklin Savings Bank in Hopkinton."

A resolution annexing Pinkham Grant to the district of Jeffer son, Randolph, &c. for the choice of a representative.

A resolution in favor of Hill & Barton.
A resolution fixing the time when the Legislature may adjourn.

A bill entitled “An act to establish an auditional term of the Court of Probate in the County of Strafford."

A bill entitled “In act to incorporate the New-Hampshire Baptist Sabbath School Union.”

A resolution in favor of Joseph Clough. A resolution authorizing *he Treasurer to borrow,on the credit of the State twenty-five thousand dollars.. A bill entitled "An act alterlag the names of certain persons.' A resolution instructing the treasurer as to the outstanding taxes.

A bill entitled “ An act making appropriations for the military department.”

An adulress to the Governor for the removal of certain officers.
A resolution granting compensation to Joseph Hill.
A resolution in favor of Sainuel Grecn and George Sullivan.

A bill entitled “ An act to repeal an act relating to times and places of holding courts of probate in the conaty of Grafton.”

A resolution granting a map to the president of the United States.

A resolution granting gaplariale betong babae aliame

A resolution appropriating five hundred-dollars for contingent expenses: A resātůtion

appointing Jacob Tyler, keeper of the State House ! and State House Yard.

Asseclusion grantjesh game bonsawign to Aaron Carter and oth

An address for the removal of officers in the 16th and 35th re| giinents of militia.

An address for the removal of an officer.

A bill entitled “An act granting compensation to Jacob Tyler and another."

A resolution in favor of Daniel Russell.
A resolution in favor of Philip Carrigain.
A resolution relative to accounts of the State Prison.

A bill entitled “ An act "in addition to an act to incorporate the fourth turnpike road in New-Hainpshire."

A bill entitled “ An act in addition to an act to establish the rates at which polls and ratable estate shall be assessed in making direct taxes.'

And he withdrew.
The foregoing bills, resolutions and addresses, having been

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signed by the president, were delivered to the committee on Engrossed bills, to be laid before the Governor for his approval.

Mr. Farrington from the joint committee appointed to wait on his Excellency the Governor and inform him that the Legislature is ready to adjourn, reported, that they had attended to that duty.

Mr. Corbin from the committee on Engrossed Bills, reported that they have laid before his Excellency the Governor all the bills, resolutions and addresses which had been sigred by the President of the Senate.

A message from his Excellency, the Governor, by Mr. Metealf. the Secretary.

" Mr. President-I am directed by his Excellency the Governor, to inform the Honorable Sena:e, that he has approved and aigned all the bills and resolutions which have been presented for his approbation, the present session, and that agreeably to the request of the Legislature, as expressed to himn by their committee and pursuant to the provisions of the constitution, he now adjourns the General Court :o the last Wednesday in May next, then to meet at the Capi:ol in Concord.”

And he withdrew. The president ther declared the Senate adjourned to the last Wednesday of May next.

W. A. MARSTON,

Cerk
Clerk of the Senate.

thereby certify that the Comeba, is atrer opy of the original

His A. Manhw,'hake

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