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Resolved, That a committee be appointed to prepare and report rules for the government of the House, the present session.

Ordered, That Messrs. Waldron, Putnam of Cornish and Porter be the committee.

On motion of Mr. Atwood

Resolved, That'a committee be appointed on the part of the House to join such as the Senate may appoint, to prepare and report joint rules for the government of the two Houses the

pres

ent year.

Ordered, That Messrs. Atwood, Smith of Rochester and Rogers of Exeter, be the committee.

Orderad, That the Clerk inforın the Senate thereof.

A message from the Senate by their Clerk : -66 Mr. Speaker, The Senate concur with the House of Representatives in the adoption of joint rules for the government of both branches of the Legislature. They also concur in the passage of a resolution appointing a committee to wait upon the Governor and inform him that both branches of the Legislature have assembled and are ready to receive any communication he may please to make and have on their part joined Mr. Farrington.”

Mr. French from the joint cominittee appointed to wait upon his Excellency, and inform him that both branches of the Legis Jature have assembled, are organized, and ready to receive any communication he may please to make, reported that they have attended to that duty.

On motion of Mr. Lamprey of Kensington

Resolved, That the House are now ready to meet the Senate in convention for the purpose of proceeding in the elections, agreeably to the provisions of the constitution.

Ordered, That the clerk inform the Senate thereof.
Mr. Smith of Dublin, introduced the following resolution:

Resolved, That a committee be appointed on the part of the House, to be joined by the Senate to nominate a suitable person to officiate as chaplain to the Legislature the present session.

On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Dover
Ordered, That it lie upon the table.
On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Dover-

Resolved, That the New Hampshire Temperance Society be permitted to ocoupy the Representatives? Hall this evening for the purpose of holding their annual meeting.

IN CONVENTION. The Senate and House of Representatives being met in convention in the Representatives' Hall, the Secretary of State came in and laid before the convention the returns of votes for Governor and Counsellors of this state.

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On motion of Mr. French

The convention proceeded to open, read and record the votes for Governor and having completed the opening of the same

On inotion of Mr. Farrington of the SenateResolved, That a committee be appointed to receive the returns of votes for Governor, compare and cast their numbers and report thereon.

Ordered, That Messrs. Farrington of the Senate, Vose and Locke bc the committee.

On motion of Mr. Rogers-
The convention rose and the Senate withdrew.
On motion of Mr. Wilcox

Resolved, That the State Lyceum be permitted to occupy the Representatives' Hall to-morrow, at half-past one o'clock for the purpose of holding the annual meeting of said society.

And then the House adjourned.

THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1833. Mr. Sawyer of Swanzey from the select committee appointed to nominate door-keepers made a report, whereupon

Resolved, That Aaron Carter and Atkinson Webster be door keepers to the House the present session.

On motion of Mr. BakerThe House resumed the consideration of the resolution providing for the appointment of a chaplain.

Mr. Rogers moved an amendment providing for the appointment of Messrs. Bouton, Thomas, Cuinmings and Dow of Con. cord as chaplains.

Which was decided in the negative.

Mr. Gove of Goffstown, moved that the further consideration of this resolution be indefinitely postponed.

On this question, the yeas and nays were required by Mr. Cur rier of Chester.

Those who voted in the affirmative are
Messrs.
Dudley
Harmon

J. H. Smith
Greenough Parsons

J. Fellows Hayes
Morrill
J. Woodbury J. Bean

W. Dearbord Rogers

H. D. Buzzell Shannon Philbrick T. A. Burleigh Hodgdon Mallard

Kimball L. Batchelder · Kaime

Lawrence

Hall S. Lamprey

Mc Daniel P. Meserve Tasker D. Murray

D. Pike Mooney Copp D. B. Chase S. Drake

W. Pike

Tibbets Waldron J. T. Chase S. L. Stevens D. Batchelder Beck T. E. Sawyor C. Bean

Parker
Treadwell A. Colby Noyes

Si Jones
Marden
G. W. Drake
N. Smith

0. Young
Jenness
J. Jones
Hobbs

8. Burnham

Mr. Farrington of the Senate from the committee appointed to receive the returns of votes for Governor, compare and cast their numbers--reported

That the whole number of votes legally and constitutionally returned are

33,476 Necessary for a choice

16,739 Votes estimated as scattering

1,240 Arthur Livermore has

3,959 Samuel Dinsmoor has

28,277 and is duly elected.

In the above estimate your committee have not included the votes from the towns of Newington, which were for Samuel Dinsmoor 69, Arthur Livermore 8, and Winthrop P. Hoit, 1 ; Moultonborough, for Samuel Dinsmoor, 50, Arthur Livermore, 1, the returns not having been sealed up ; Ellsworth, for Samuel Dinsmoor 45, it not appearing by the return that the record had been made by the town clerk.

Your committee find no returns from the following towns, Dame's Gore, Cambridge, Dixville, Dummer, Kilkenny, Millsfield, Shelburne Addition, and Success.

Which report was accepted.
On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Dover-
The convention rose and the Senate withdrew.
On motion of Mr. Patterson-

Resolved, That a committee of ten be appointed on the part of the House with such as the Sonate may join to wait on his Escellency Samuel Dinsmoor and inform him of his election as Chief Executive Magistrate of this state for the current year and that the Legislature will be ready at such time as he may appoint to receive such communication as he may please to make.

Ordered, That Messrs. Harvey, Peastee, Wilder, Ingalls of
Shelburne, Perkins of Alexandria, Marden, Webster, Manahan,
Hale of Dover and Bean of Moultonborough be the committee.

Ordered, That the Clerk inforın the Senate thereof.
On motion of Mr. Wentworth of Sandwich-

Resolved, That a committee be appointed on the part of the
House with snch as the Senate may join, to audit the account of
the Treasurer of this State.

Ordered, That Messrs. French, Wilcox and Wentworth of Sandwich be the committee.

Ordered, That the clerk inform the Senate thereof.

A message from the Senate by their Clerk :
“ Mr. Speaker, The Senate concur with the House of Represen-
tatives in the passing of a resolution appointing a committee to
wait upon His Excellency Samnel Dinsmoor, and inform him of
his election as Chief Executive Magistrate, the ensuing political

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A message by the Secretary of State. " Mr. Speaker, I am directed by the Governor to introduce to the House of Representatives Daniel Oliver, who has been duly qualified as a representative from the town of Hanover." Mr. Oliver appeared and took his seat.

IN CONVENTION. The Senate and House of Representatives being met in convention in the Representatives' Hall.

On motion of Mr. Carr of the Senate

The convention proceeded by ballot to fill the vacancy in Senatorial District No, nine, Nathan Wild and James Wilson, jr. being the two highest candidates, and Nathan Wild was elected.

On inotion of Mr. Harvey

The convention proceeded to open, read and record the votes for counsellors in the several council districts in this State and having opened, read and recorded district number one, two and three.

On motion of Mr. Wilcox-,
The convention rose and the Senate withdrew.

And then the House adjourned.

AFTERNOON. Mr. Waldron, from the select committee to whom was referred the resolution in relation to the rules of the House for the present session, by leave of the House made a report whereupon,

Resolved, "That the rules adopted for the government of the House the last June session be adopted for the governinent of the House the present session.

On motion of Mr. Waldron-

Resolved, That the House are now ready to meet the Senate in convention for the purpose of proceeding in the elections agreeably to the provisions of the constitution. Ordered, "That the clerk inform the Senate thereof.

IN CONVENTION. The Senate and House of Representatives', being met in convention in the Representatives Hall.

On motion of Mr. Cart of the Senate

The convention proceeded to open read and record the votes for Counsellors in council districts number four and five & having completed the opening, reading and recording of the same,

On motion of Mr. Ingalls of ShelburneResolved, That a committee be appointed to receive the returns of votes for Counsellors, compare and cast their number and report thereon.

Ordered, That Messrs. Lovell, or the Senate, Wallace of Milfordand Batchelder of Hampstead, be the committee.

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Mr. Farrington of the Senate from the committee appointed to receive the returns of votes for Governor, compare and cast their numbers--reported

That the whole number of votes legally and constitutionally returned are

33,476 Necessary for a choice

16,739 Votes estimated as scattering

1,240 Arthur Livermore has

3,959 Samuel Dinsmoor has

28,277 and is duly elected.

In the above estimate your committee have not included the votes from the towns of Newington, which were for Samuel Dinsmoor 69, Arthur Livermore 8, and Winthrop P. Hoit, 1; Moultonborough, for Samuel Dinsmoor, 50, Arthur Livermore, 1, the returns not having been sealed up ; Ellsworth, for Samuel Dinsmoor 45, it not appearing by the return that the record bad been made by the town clerk.

Your committee find no returns from the following towns, Dame's Gore, Cambridge, Dixville, Dummer, Kilkenny, Millsfield, Shelburne Addition, and Success.

Which report was accepted.
On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Dover-
The convention rose and the Senate withdrew.
On motion of Mr. Patterson

Resolved, That a committee of ten be appointed on the part of the House with such as the Sonate may join to wait on his Escellency Samuel Dinsmoor and inform him of his election as Chief Executive Magistrate of this state for the current year and that the Legislature will be ready at such time as he may appoint to receive such communication as he may please to make.

Ordered, That Messrs. Harvey, Peaslee, Wilder, Ingalls of
Shelburne, Perkins of Alexandria, Marden, Webster, Manahan,
Hale of Dover and Bean of Moultonborough be the committee.

Ordered, That the Clerk inforın the Senate thereof.
On motion of Mr. Wentworth of Sandwich

Resolved, That a committee be appointed on the part of the House with snch as the Senate may join, to audit the account of the Treasurer of this State.

Ordered, That Messrs. French, Wilcox and Wentworth of Sandwich be the committee.

Ordered, That the clerk inform the Senate thereof.

A message from the Senate by their Clerk : “Mr. Speaker, The Senate concur with the House of Representatives in the passing of a resolution app ointing a committee to wait upon His Excellency Samnel Dinsmoor, and inform him of his clection as Chief Executive Magistrate, the ensuing political

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