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Reports--of coramittee on unfinished business

23 24 29
select committee on Governor's message

26
on petition of Enos Collins and others 31
in relation to the death of Hon. Charles
Carroll

36
to “ certain new and dangerousopinions” 74
to the condition of the N.A.State Prison 192
to inform Governor that the legislature are
ready to be adjourned

187
Resolutions, in relation to the fires in the Capitol

7 12
to fire-places in representatives' chamber

12 36 37 38
to publishing non-resident tax list

23 171
to taxing deposites in Savings Banks 23 128
to distributing the arms in the arsenal

23 41 43 46 50 51
to the return of arms to the arsenal

44 172
to the inspection of clapboards and shingles 23
to the taxing of horses

23
to the purchase of land of James Buswell 24 42
to holding the terms of the superior court 25 86
to the duty of fire-wards

25
to the duty of tythingmen

25 33
to taxing the stock of non-residents 25 158
property in hands of administrators 25

25
to taxing locks and canals

25 127
appraisal of all property for taxation

25 52
to the death of Hon. Charles Carroll 36 38
authorizing the committee on inventories to appoint a Clerk 37
in relation to military duty 41 42 57 111 136 162 165 171
to absent members

63 159 173 174
requiring the opinion of the superior court on certain questions 88
accepting the report of select committee on " certain new and
dangerous opinions"

92 114
adopting the sentiments contained in the proclamation of the
President

95 98 101 111 146
in relation to an insane hospital

101
directing the disposition of the U. S. 3 per cent stock

105 108 174 186 187
directing the enquiry as to the removal of any public officers 107
in relation to the revision of the Constitution of this State

111 158 179 187
to distributing the U. S. 3 per cent stock among the
several towns

125 133
authorizing the appointment of commissioners for the location of
an insane hospital

138
in relation to Hon. Samuel Bell

175 183
to altering the seats in representatives' hall

182
to the U. S. public lands

184
granting a map to the town of Lincoln

34 37 40 46 95

to poor debtors

Resolutions-granting a tract of land to Abel Crawford

61 70 72 77 88 95
a map to the young ladies' seminary in Derry village

107 110 117 146 147 183
to the town of Carroll

109 110 146 147
of Middleton 146 167 175 183 187
of Effingham

160 186 187
a copy of revised statutes to town of Erroll

125 135 146 147
the use of 64 muskets to Bradby Hodgdon

46 160
64
to William Fry

85 86 160
in favor of the Granite Bank

107
granting compensation to French & Brown

50 56 72 95
to Otis Stackpole

79 112
to Rev. Samuel Kelly 175 180 186 187
to Arlond Carroll

172 186 187
to John Whipple

180 186 187
to Richard Webster

181 186 187
to Aarron Carter and others 182 186 187
to Philip Carrigain

183 186 187
directing Secretary to procure N. H. and N. Y. reports for State
library

82 84 85 88 95
appropriating a sum of money for completing State Prison

117 138 140 141 152 159 187

S
Stearps Mr. takes his seat

12
Sawver Mr.

24
Stebbins Mr, leave of absence

146
Shingles, on survey of

23 90
Stock, U. S. 3 per cent

26 105
State Hlouse, for preservation of

30
State Bank, resolution in relation to
State Prison, condition of

114 131
Sheriffs, on payment of by salary

137
State tax, in relation to :

151 157
Senatorial districts

159
Speaker, vote of thanks to

182
reply of

182
South Carolina, proceedings of convention

78
Petitions of-Steele Richard and others

24
Stackpole Otis

25 79.
Smith Jabez, jr. and others

25 171
Sandown, inhabitants of

44 51
Stark Frederick G, and others

46 80
Southrein Joshua Otis

73 127
Swanzey, inhabitants of

80 179
Sandborn Jonathan and others

99 123
Stevens William

107 172
Remonstrance of Smith Benjamin and others

28 70

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T
Tyler Mr. takes his seat

12
Petitions of_Tirrill Seth and others

25 95
Tanner Sally

27 127
Tilton Samuel and others

25 123
Tucker John W.

31 127
Tenney William and others

73 110
Tamworth, inhabitants of

97 127
Towle Isaac

18 180
Tibbetts Israel, jr.

114 127

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Petition of Underhill Jesse, jr. and others

B 51

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Petition of Vose Luke and others

31 127

W
Wentworth of Sandwich Mr. takes his seat

12
Wilson Mr.
Wright Mr.
Wentworth of Alstead Mr.
Whittemore Mr.

24
Petitions of-Wentworth Tappan and others

24
Winchester, inhabitants of

79
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Yeas and nays-

on the indefinite postponement of the resolution authorizing
the distribution of the arms in the arsenal

47
on ordering to a third reading the bill to incorporate the
Ashuelot Bank

48
on the passage of the bill incorporating the Ashuelot Bank

53
on the indefinite postponement of the bill to sever a tract of

land from Andover and annex the same to Franklin 57
that the resolution in relation to the absence of members lie
on the table

63
on the indefinite postponement of the resolution in relation to
the absence of members

65
on the consideration of the vote indefinitely postponing the

bill to sever a tract of land from Andover and annex the
same to Franklin

68
on the indefinite postponement of bill for setting off debts,
mutual demands, and executions

86
on the adoption of the report of the select committee in rela-
tion to certain new and dangerous opinions"

93
on the passage of the bill to incorporate the N. H. Bridge 86
on the passage of the resolution adopting the sentiments con-
tained in the President's proclamation

101 102
on the indefinite postponement of the bill granting compen-
sation to Otis Stackpole

112
on indefinite postponement of the bill to incorporate the New-

Hampshire Bank

115

Yeas and nays-

on the question to consider the bill directing the publication

of the laws in certain newspapers on its second reading 118
on resolution to postpone to the next session, the bill to re-
move the courts from Exeter to Chester

119
on the reconsideration of the vote indefinitely postponing
the bill to incorporate the State Bank

123
on the indefinite postponement of the bill to provide for the

establishment of the N. H. Assylum for the insane 128
on ordering to a third reading the bill to incorporate the
Francestown Bank

132 1501
on postponing to the next session the resolution to distribute
the U. S. 3 per cent stock

133
on the passage of the bill in relation to students of colleges

139
on amending the resolution for the completion of the new
prison

142
on the indefinite postponement of the address for the removal
of Hon. J. Harris

144
on postponing to the next session the bill to distribute among

the several towns the U. S. three per cent stock 147
on reconsideration of the vote refusing the bill to incorporate
the Francestown Bank a third reading

149
on the passage of the resolution for the completion of new
prison

152
on the indefinite postponement of the bill to incorporate the
Suncook Bank

154
on the reconsideration of the vote postponing to the next
session the bill to incorporate the Suncook Bank

161
on the indefinite postponement of the resolution in relation
to annual trainings

163
on the expediency of paying out of the State treasury one
dollar to each soldier for the performance of military duty

165
on postponing to the next session the bill to incorporate the
Francestown Bank

167
the resolution in relation to absent
members

170
to Hon. Samuel Bell

176
on the passage of the resolution in relation to the Hon. Sam-
uel Bell

177
in relation to the U. S. public lands

184
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