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

Mr. Gove from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred certain resolutions in relation to the State Prison, reported 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.

Which was read a first and second time.

Mr. Walker, moved an amendment providing for the appointment of a Superintendent of the concerns of the prison.

On the question for the adoption of the amendment,
The yeas and nays were required by Mr, Rogers.

Those who voted in the affirmative are
Messrs.
White

Poor
S. Dearborn Harmon

Hutchinson Storrs
Sanborn
J. Bean
Monroe

Angier
Merrill
Shannon
Wason

J. P. Hadley
Montgomery Mallard M. Chase Aldin
Rogers

P. Wentworth J. Wallace P. Buswell
Dow
Marston
Walker

Shaw 1. A. Burleigh Stearns

Flint

Balch
Quimby
J. Wentworth Fisk

J. Moulton
Pickering Woodman

Wilder

Bullock D. Murray S. Jones

Richardson Prescott E. R. Currier Huse

Osgood

Ward Treadwell Darling

Mack

T. Harris
Mardin
Knox

G. Stevens Patch
Parsons

C. W. Drake Prentiss Page S. Drake Harvey

Gordon

Mills N. Young :

D. Jones Patterson Brainard W. Hale D. Harris N. Currier

J. Colby
T. E. Sawyer Fuller

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Those who voted in the negative, are-
Messrs. Noyes

Hill

Goldthwait
L. Batchelder J. H. Smith, N. S. Colby J. Gove
S. Lamprey Hayes

Mitchell

French Webster W. Dearborn Secombe

Chellis D. B. Chase Philbrook L. Woodbury

S. Colby Waldron Martin

Manahan

Melvin
Beck
Hall

Lovewell Berry
Jenness Tasker

C. F. Gove Walworth
Dudley
Parker

1. Putnam Frasier
Hodgdon Sherburne * Mc Conihe Folsom
Kaime
Emery
Bruce

Lang
McDaniel Baker

Gibson

S Murray
D. Pike
Wiggin

Wheeler Pendexter
J. Jones Morse }

Cilley

G. P. Meserve

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J. Fellows I. Halo

J. L. Hadley

Eastman S. L. Stevens Woods

J. L. Putnam L. Marshall 63 Yeas 73. Nays 63.

There not being two thirds of the House present, and voting on this question and less than two thirds preseut voting in the affirmative the amendment was not adopted.

Mr. Rogers moved, that the further consideration of this resolution be indefinitely postponed. But before the question was taken,

The House adjourned.

AFTERNOON. Mr. Currier from the committee on Engrossed bills, reported, That they have examined a bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Cheshire Provident institution for Savings, and find the same correctly engrossed.

Which bill was signed by the Speaker.
Ordered, That the clerk inform the Senate thereof.
Mr. Peaslee presented the account of Hill & Barton.

Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Printers' Accounts.

A message from the Senate by their Clerk:

Mr. Speaker, The Senate have postponed to the next session of the Legislature, the bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Miller Manufacturing Company."

They have indefinitely postponed a resolution directing certain inquiries in relation to an Insane Hospital.

They insist on their amendment to the resolution appointing a Superintendent to the State House."

On motion of Mr. French

Resolved, That the House insist in the disagreement to said amendment and ask a conference.

Ordered, That Messrs. French, Colby of Warner, and Lampe rey of North Hampton, be the conferees on the part of the House.

On motion of Mr. Gove of Goffstown

Resolved, That a call of the House be made at 4 o'clock this afternoon, and that the clerk be directed in making up the pay roll of absent members, not to include pay for this day nor for to-morrow.

Mr. Harvey, from the committee on Finance introduced a resolution appropriating five hundred dollars to defray contingent expenses.

Which was read three several times. Resolved, That it pass. Ordered, That the clerk request the concurrence of the Senate therein.

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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 and resolutions:

An act in amendment of an act for the support and regulation of primary schools.

A resolution granting one of Carrigain's maps to New-Chester Academy.

A resolution fixing the time when the present session of the
Legislature may close.

Ăn act to alter the names of certain persons.
A resolution in relation to the White River Locks and Canals.

A resolution classing Pinkhain Grant to Jefferson, for the choice of a representative.

A resolution discharging Clovis Low and Barker Burbank from their bond to the state.

An act providing for the appointinent of town officers in certain cases.

An act to establish an additional term of the court of Probate in the county of Strafford.

A resolution in relation to the accounts of the State Prison.

An act to incorporate the Merrimack River Steam Navigation company

An act in amendment of an act incorporating the second parish in Alstead.

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, with certain amnendments, in which they ask the concurrence of the House of Representatives."

The House proceeded to the consideration of the first amendment proposed by the Senate to the aforesaid bill, viz. in the third section strike out the words “ thirty-five" and insert the word “ forty.

Mr. Waldron moved that the House disagree to the aforesaid amendment.

On this question the yeas and nays were required by Mr. Walker.

Those who voted in the affirmative are-
Messrs. Porter, Montgomery, Dow, L. Batchelder, D. Murray,
Waldron, Beck, Treadwell, Ñ. Young, W. Hale, T. E. Sawyer,
White, Harmon, Philbrick, Stearns, J. Wentworth, Martin, Sherburne
Emery, Wiggin, Darling, L. Woodbury, Manahan, Fuller, C. F.
Gove, Mc Conihe, J. Wallace, Walker, Fisk, Wilder, G. Stevens,
J. L. Putnam, s. Colby, E. Perkins, Livermore, Frazier, Crosby,
Aldin, Shaw, Balch, J. Moulton, Bullock, T. Harris, Patch. 44

Those who voted in the negative are

Messrs. Grenough, s. Dearborn, Sanborn, Merrill, Morrill, T. A. Burleigh, Quimby, S. Lamprey, Webster, E. R. Currier, Mardin,

Parsons, J. Woodbury, H. D. Buzzell, Hodgdon, Kaime, Mc Danisl, D. Pike, S. Drake, J. Jones, J. Felloros, J. Bean, Shannon, Lawrence, Mooney, Pike, S. L. Stevens, Drew, Noyes, Hayes, J. H. Smith, P. Wentworth, Marston, Hall, Tasker, J. Woodman, Gage, Parker, S. Jones, Baker, Peaslee, Morse, I. Hale, Woods, Gault, Huse, Hill, Gray, Knox, C. W. Drake, Harvey, D. Jones, Mitchell

, Secombe, D. Harris, Lovewell, Poor, Cragin, Hutchinson, Monroe, 1 enney, Wason, Mc Queston, J. Gibson, Cilley, J. L. Hadley, Richardson, Osgood, J. Gove, D. M. Smith, French, Chellis, Gordon, J. Colby, Patterson, Melvin, Berry, Folsom, N. Currier, Angier, Lang, P. Buswell, S. Murray, Prescott, Ward, Sargent, Page, Mills, T. Smith, G. P. Smith, Meserve, Low, Eastman, Twitchell, Marshall, R. Ingalls, Brainard, J. Colby.

97 Yeas 44, Nays 97. So the amendment was adopted.

The remaining amendments proposed by the Senate to said bill were severally read and agreed to.

Ordered, That the Clerk inform the Senate thereof.

A message from the Senate by their Clerk : “ Mr. Speaker, The Scnate concur with the House of Representatives, in the passage of the following bill and resolution.

An act to raise forty five thousand dollars, for the use of the State.

A resolution authorizing the Treasurer to borrow twenty five thousand dollars for the use of the State.

They have passed an act to repeal an act relating to the times and places of holding courts of Probate in the county of Grafton, in which they ask the concurrence of the House of Representatives.

They have postponed to the next session of the Legislature the further consideration of the bill entitled, An act in addition to an act entitled an act relating to the organization and equipment of the militia."

The House proceeded to the consideration of the bill which came down from the Senate, entitled, An act to repeal an act relating to the times and places for holding courts of Probate in the county of Grafton.

Which was read a first, second and third time.
Resolved, That it pass and that its title be as aforesaid.
Ordered, That the Clerk inform the Senate thereof.

Mr. Peaslee, from the select committee, to whom was referred certain reports, ordinances, preambles, and resolutions, from sev eral States, in relation to the tariff, the doctrines of nullification and the call of a convention to amend the constitution of the United States, reported a resolution in relation to those subjects. Which resolution was read and passed.

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

Mr. Murray introduced a resolution instructing the joint comnittee on the Library, to nominate à Librarian. Which'was read and passed. Ordered, That the Clerk inform the Senate thereof. On motion of Mr. Parsonsa Resolved, That when the House adjourn this afternoon they adjourn to meet to-morrow morning at 4 o'clock. : Mr. Moor of Candia introduced a resolution granting compensation to the officers and soldiers composing the military escort in the reception of the President of the United States. Which was read a first, second and third time. Resolved, That it pass,

2. Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senite therein. Mr. Lamprey presented the account of Jacob Tyler. Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Claims, Mr. Mills introduced a resolution granting a copy of Carrigain's nap to Colebrook Academy. Which was read a first, second and third time. Resolved, That it pass. Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate Mr. Gove of Goffstown, introduced a resolution presenting a , opy of Carrigain's map to Andrew Jackson, President of the United States.

Which was read three several times and passed. Ordered, That the clerk request the concurrence of the Senate therein.

The House proceeded to the order of the day on the bill en titled, An act to incorporate the Contoocook Canal Company, Which was read a third time. On motion of Mr. PattersonOrdered, That it be postponed to the next session of the Le-.. gislature.

The House proceeded to the order of the day on the resolution granting a tract of Publick land to Jonas Mills and others. Which was read a third time. On motion of Mr. Mc Queston Ordered, That it be postponed to the next session of the Legis

Follo Mr. Gove of Goffstown introduced a resolution providing for the appointment of a committee to report on the expediency of , patronizing a new edition of Carrigain's map of this state. ! Which was read and decided in the negative.

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