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John Porter has

1661 Samuel Cushman has

5700 and is.elected.

In District No. 2, the whole number of votes legally returned is

6746 Necessary for a choice

3378 Estimated as scattering

263 Richard Russel has

2022 Job Otis has

4460 and is elected.

In District No. 3, the whole number of votes legally returned is

7265 Necessary for a choice

3693 Estimated as scattering

62 Daniel Adams has

1131 Stephen Peabody has

6072 and is duly elected.

In District No. 4, the whole number of votes legally returned is

6208 Necessary to a choice

3105 Estimated as seattering

286 Thomas Bellows has

2364 Stephen Johnson has

8558 and is duly elected.

In District No. 5, the whole number of votes legally returned is

6272 Necessary to a choice

3139 Estimated as scattering Perley Mason has

096 Nathaniel Rix has

5227 and is duly elected.

WARREN LOVELL,

For the Committee.
Said report having been read-On motion.
Resolved, That the same be accepted.
On motion of Mr. Wallace of the House of Representatives,

The convention rose, and the Senate returned to their chamber.

IN SENATE. A message from the House of Representatives by their clerk : " Mr. President-I am directed to inform the Senate, that the House of Representatives have passed a resolution appointing Messrs. Gibson, Osgood and Frasier, with such as the Senate may join, a committee to wait on his Excellency, the Governor and inform him, that the following gentlemen are elected Counsellors for the ensuing political year--viz.

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Nathaniel Rix

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On motion of Mr. CarrResolved, That the Senate concur in the passage of the foregoing resolution.

Ordered, That Mr. Blodgett be joined to said com imittee on the part of the Senate.

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 instructing the joint committee on the State-House and State-House-Yard to nominate some suitable person to take charge of the State House and State House-Yard, the ensuing year, in which they ask the concurrence of the Senate.”

On motion of Mr. BlodgettResolved, That the Senate conc'ir in the passage of the foregoing resolution.

Ordered, That the clerk notify the House of Represent atives accordingly.

A message from the House of Representatives, by their clerk : * Mr. President-I am instructed to inforın the Senate, that the House of Representatives have passed a resolution, adopting the joint rules of the Senate and House of Representatives for the last year, as the joint rules of both branches of the Legislature for the present session, in which they ask the concurrence of the Senate.”

On motion, Resolved, That the Senate concur in the passage of the aforesaid resolution.

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

Mr. Blodgett, from the joint committee appointed to wait on his Excellency the Governor and inform him of the election of Counsellors for the ensuing political year-reported, that they had attended to the duty assigned them. On motion of Mr. BartonThe Senate then adjourned.

SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1835.
The Senate met aopording to adjourninent.
On motion of Mr. Barton-

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Resolved, Țliat, a select committee of three be appointed to report a reference of the several subjects contained in the Governor's Message.

Ordered, That Messrs. Barton, Woodbury and Brown be said committee.

On motion of Mr. Corbin

Resolved, That when the Senate adjourn this forenoon, it adjourn to meet at 'three o'clock in the afternoon on Monday next. On motion of Mr. Corbin The Senate then adjourned.

MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1833. The Senate met according to adjournment. A message from the House of Representatives by their clerk : " Mr. President, I am directed to inform the Senate, that the House of Representatives have passed the following resolution, reported by a joint select committee, appointed to assign to the several standing committees, their respective committee rooms, viz."

Resolved, That Committee Rooms numbered 6, 7 and 8, be óccupied by committees of the senate ; and the following, by com: mittees of the House of Representatives, 'viz.

No. 1, By Com inittee on Elections, and the Committee on Banks.

No. 2, By Coinmittees on Incorporations; and on the alteration of names.

No. 3, By Committees on Agriculture, and Manufactures ; and on Finance.

No. 4, By Committees on Roads, Bridges and Canals; and on Pablick Lands.

No. 5, By Committees on Unfinished Business, and on Printers' Accounts.

. No. 9, By Committees on Claims ; and on Bills on their second Reading

No. 10, By the Committee on the Judiciary.

No. 11, By the Committee on Military Affairs; and Military Accounts.

No. 12, By Committee on Education ; and on the Library

No. 13, By Committee on Towns and Parishes; and by Select Committees. --'

No. 6, By Joint Committees on Engrossed Bills.

No. 8, By Joint Committee on the State-House, in which they ask the concurrerce of the Senate.

On motion

Resolved, that the Senate concur in the passage of the foregoing resolntion.

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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, appointing Messrs. French, Jenness, Dow, Meserve of Madbury, Train, Chase, of Litchfield, Wilson, Patch, Marshall and White, with such as the Senate may join, a committee to consider and report what measures are necessary to be adopted by the Legislature, in regard to the expected visit of the President of the United States, in which they ask the concurrence of the Senate.”

On motion of Mr. Barton

Resolved, That the Senate do concur in the passage of said resolution.

Ordered, That Messrs. Barton and Carr be joined to said committee on the part of the Senate.

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

On motion of Mr. Brown - Resolved, That a select committee of three be appointed, with instructions to report Rules and Regulations for the government of the Senate, the present session.

Ordered, That Messrs. Brown, Corbin and Blodgett be said committee. On motion of Mr. Corbin. The Senate then adjourned.

TUESDAY JUNE 11, 1833. The Senate met according to adjournment. Mr. Brown from the committee appointed to report Rules and regulations for the government of the senate-reported the following resolution.

Resolved, that the Rules and Regulations of the Senate for the last year, be adopted as the Rules and Regulations of the senate for the present year.

On motion-
Resolved, That the senate do concur in said resolution.
On motion of Mr. Brown

Ordered, That the said Rules and Regulations of the Senate, together with the Joint Rules of both branches of the Legislature be entered upon the Journal of the Senate.

RULES.

1. The President having taken the Chair, and a quorum be. ing present, the journals of the preceding day shall be read, and any erroneous entry shall be corrected,

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2. No member shall hold conversation with another, during the reading of the journals, or while a member is speaking in de bate.

3. Every member rising to speak, shall address the President, and when he has finished shall sit down.

4. No member shall speak more than twice on the same question on the same day, without leave of the Senate.

5. More than one member rising to speak at the same time, the President shall decide who shall speak first.

6. If any member transgress the rules of the Senate, the President shall, or any member may call him to order, in which case the member so called to order shall sit down, and the Senate, if appealed to, shall decide in the case ; but if there be no appeal, the decision of the President shall be conclusive.

7. No member shall absent himself without permission from the Senate.

8. A motion shall be seconded before it is debated, and if required by the President, or any member, it shall be reduced to writing

9. When a question is under debate, no motion shall be receive ed but to adjourn, to postpone indefinitely, to lie on the table, to postpone to a day certain, to commit or to amend, which several motions shall fome precedence in the same order in which they are arranged. And no motion to postpone indefinitely, to postpone to a certain day, or to commit, being decided, shall he in order at the same stage of the bill or proposition until after an adjournment.

10. If the question under debate will admit of division, any s member may have it divided, and in filling blanks, the longest time, and largest sum, shall be put first.

11. When the reading of a paper is called for, and the same is objected to, it shall be decided by a vote of the Senate, and without debate.

12. When the ayes and 'noes are required, each member shall declare his assent or dissent to the question, unless for special reg: 3 sons he be excused by the Senate.

13. When a motion is made to shut the doors of the Senate, on the discussion of any business, which in the opinion of any member

' may require secresy, the President shall desire the galle ry to be closed, and the doors shall remain closed until the ject is disposed of.

14. After a motion has been decided, it shall be in order for any member who voted with the majority, or if the Senate be equally divided any member voting on the side prevailing, to move for a

reconsideration thereof, unless the bill, resolution, report, amend6 ment, or motion on which the vote was taken, has from s possession of the Senate ; but no motion to reconsider shall be in

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