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

6,208 Necessary for a choice

3,105 Estimated as scattering

286 Thomas Bellows has

2,364 Stephen Johnson has

3,558 and is duly elected.

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

6,277 Necessary for a choice

3,139 Estimated as scattering

54 Perley Mason has

996 Nathaniel Rix has

5,277 and is duly elècted.

Which report was read and accepted.
On motion of Mr. Wallace of Milford)
The convention rose and the Senate withdrew.
On inotion of Mri Copp

Resolved, Thát a committee be appointed, to be joined by the Senale, to wait on His Excellency the Governor and inform him that the following gentlemen are elected Counsellors, for the ensuing political year.

Sainuel Cushman for district No. 1.
Job Otis

No. 2.
Stephen Peabody

No. 3. Stephen Johnson

No. 4. Nathaniel Rix :

No. 5. Ordered, That Messrs. Gibson, Osgood and Frazier be the comunittee.

Ordered, That the Clerk inform the Senate 'thereof.
On motion of Mr. Brownson

The House resumed the consideration of the resolution introduced in the forenoon, in relation to chaplains, together with the amendment proposed by Mr. Perkins, and the amendment to the amendment moved by Mr. Rogers.

Mr. Aldrich moved, that the further consideration of the amendment proposed by Mr. Rogers be indefinitely postponed.

Mr. Sawyer of Swanzey, moved that the further consideration of said resolution, and accompanying amnendments be indefinitely postponed.

Which, was decided in the affirmative.

So the resolution and amendments were indefinitely postpon... ed.

A message from the Senate by their Clerk : Mr. Speaker, The Senate concur with the House of Represenutives in the appointment of a committee to assign the commit

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tee rooms, to the several standing committees, and have on their - part joined Mr. Tuttle.”

Also in the passage of a resolution providing for the printing of three hundred copies of the rules of both branches of the Le. gislature, and have on their part joined Mr. Corbin.

On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Swanzey

Resolved, That a committee be appointed to consider the expediency of altering and improving the seats in the Representatives' Hall, in the State House, and that they report by bill or otherwise.

Ordered, That Mr. Sawyer of Swanzey, Rogers and Chellis be the committee.

A message from the Senate by their clerk : • Mr. Speaker, The Senate concur with the House of Representatives in the passage of a resolution appointing a committee to inform the Governor of the election of Counsellors, and have on their part joined Mr. Blodgett.”

Mr. Atwood, from the select joint committee, to whom was referred the resolution in relation to joint rules, made a report whereupon.

Resolved, that the joint rules of the Senate and House of Representatives for the last year be adopted as the joint rules of both branches of the Legislature for the present year. And then the House adjourned.

SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1833. Mr. Lamprey of Kensington presented a petition for the incorporation of the Rockinghaın Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company.

Mr. Angier presented the petition of the inhabitants of North Haverhill for the incorporation of the proprietors of the North Haverhill Meeting House.

Ordered, That they be referred to the committee on incorporations.

Mr. Marston presented the petition of Simeon Dana and others for the incorporation of the Sandwich Quarterly Freewill Baptist Education Society.

Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Education. Mr. Hayes presented the petition of Moses Hale and others for a bank at Rochester.

Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on banks.

Mr. Çopp presented the petition of Joshua G. Hall and others for the incorporation of the Union Manufacturing Company in Wakefield.

Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Agriculture and Manufacture.

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Mr. Secoinbe presented the petition of Jonathan H. Burton, for a legal sanction to his name.

Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on the Judi ciary.

Mr. Gove of Grantham, presented the petition of Moses P. Durkce that a part of his farin may be disannexed from Croydon and annexed to Newport.

Also the petition of Nathaniel Wheeler, jr. to be disannexed from the town of Croydon and annexed to Newport.

Ordered, That they be referred to the committee on towns and parishes. 1

Mr. Berry presented the petition of John S. Bryant for the removal of an officer.

Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on military affairs.

A message from the Senate by their clerk : “Mr. Speaker, The Senate concur with the House of Representatives in the passage of a resolution in relation to the nomination of a suitable person to take charge of the State House. Also in the passage of a resolution adopting the joint rules of the Senate and House of Representatives for the past year as the joint rules of both branches of the Legislature the present year."

Mr. Tebbetts from the select joint committee appointed to Assign to the several standing committees, their respective committee rooms, made a report, whereupon

Resolved, That committee rooms numbered 6, 7, and 8, be occupied by committees of the Senate, and the following by committees of the House of Representatives.

No. 1, By committee on elections and the committee on banks.

No. 2, By committee on incorporations, and on the alteration of names.

No. 3, By the committee on agriculture and manufactures, and on finance.

No. 4, By the committee on roads, bridges and canals, and on public lands.

No. 5, By the committee on unfinished business, and on printers' accounts.

No, 9, By the committee on claims and on bills on their second reading

No. 10, By the committee on the Judiciary.

No. 11, By the committee on inilitary affairs, and on military accounts.

No. 12, By the committee on education and on the library

No. 13, By the committee on towns and parishes, and select committees.

No. 6, By the joint committee on engrossed bills.
No. 8, By the joint committee on the State House. .

MexWaldron gave notice that he should on Tuesday next, ask leave to introdace a bill to incorporate sundry persons by the name of the Portsmouth Marine Railway Company.

Mr. Gibson from the select joint committee appointed to wait upon the Governor and inform him of the election of Counselwdrey reported that they have attended to that duty.

On notion of Mr. Wallace of Milford-to Rosolned, That the committee on Military affairs be instructed to inquire into the expediency of so aincniling the militia law I»that-, :*331111011es, in wide

1. That the term of service in the militia shall be from 15 to 10 years of ageil auto

2. That all between the ages of 21 and 30 who arc equipped, land dolactual service in the inilitia shall be exempted from paying a poll tax.

3. That regimental mausteps for inspection and review shall be held only every seconlinear. Din motion of My Prescotttt

Resolved; That a commitce be appointed to inquire into the - expedionoys of repnining the State House, su far as to construct Jisuitable water conducters to convey the water froin the eaves of

the house in suchy a itannon as to secure the building against surther injury or that account 11. Ordered, That Messrs. Prescott, Halc of Franklin and Goodnow be the coininittec.

On thbtion of Mr. French 1. Resolyod, That a committee of ten be appointed, with such as the Senate may join to consider and report what incasures are necbssary to be adopted by the Legislature in regard to the expectfied visit of the President of the United States.

Ordered, That Messrs. French, Jenness, Dow, Meserve of Madbary.. Touin, Clase of Litchfield, Wilson, Patch, Marshall and White be the coromittee. stw On motion of Mr.Clase of Goshen

Resolved, That when the llouse adjourn this forenoon, they adjourn to meet on Monday next at 3 o'clock afternoon.

On motion of Mr. Currier of Chester

Resolved. That one, be added to the committee appointed in relation to a new division of the State into senatorial districts.

Ordered, That Mr. Amidon be added to said committee. Y IL Halls to 1»... And then the House adjourned.

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MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1833. IslMr Butlet presented the petition of C. Cumınins for the alteration of his name.

Mr. Darling prbsented the petition of Rebecca R. Hardy, for the alterution of her name. aru

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Ordered, That they be referred to the cothinhittee for the alteru ation of names.

I Mr. Meserve of Jackson, presented the petition of Sully Hayes, for a graut of publick tanl. boun: :1107:11 1111*'l to loosion

Also, The petition of Daniel Pinkham' to be confirmed in a former graut of publick land.

Ordered, That they be referred to the coutimittee on Publick Lands.

Trein Mr. Prentiss presented the petition or tlid inkábitants of Laht. don for the removal of the Courts from Newport'to Clarettoni?

Mr. Mack presented the petition of Frederick A: Bumncr and'' others for the removal of the Courts from Newport to Clareon mont.

Additi lovilo to lain Hi 1922 1921 11 Ordered, That they be referred to a select committee, to con." sist of the delegation for the County of Sullivani! too tontorno on

Mr. Ingalls presented the remonstrance of Enoch Merrill, and others against the election of David Allaril, and that he may notri hold his seat as a representatives from the town of Burton n'otton

Ordered, Thatitle saute be referred to the coinmitted on Eteca! tions.

71;1 10selele Mr. Currier of Enfield presented the petition of the Field Ofi. cers of the 37th regimncnt, förrlic removal of an officeren? In

Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Military A fairs.

Mr. Sawyer of Swances, présented the account of Elijah Odr. penter, Sheriff of the County' of 'Cheshire: 110626:7:n slovinsi

Orxlered, That it be'referred to the comfrittee on Claitos trian

Mr. Waldron presented the account of the Commissary Cello* eral.

Ordered, That it be referred to the cominittce on Military Accounts.

The following messiges 'in writing verè received from His ef. cellency the Governor, by the Secretary of State, which werd read and are as follows to lindinary oilasinnovande unified 17

Executive Department, 'June 10, '1933!!! To the Senate and House of Representatives,' I here with'traitsmit to you certain resolutions adopted by the General Assemblies of the States of Delaware and Illinois, 'recominending the passage of a law, by the Congress of the United States providing for a more perfect organization of the Militia of the severat States. Il

SAMUEL'DINSMOOR:rolla Ordered, That they be referred to the committed “on Militáty Affairs.

911,61 2101 **!!!! Executive Départiment, June 10;'1833!" To the Senate an House of Representatives': avitt eigili I herewith communicate" to'you klie copies of "i sunary'doch

2016.in indin niingil ** .: 911 !'. selena'l amorat destinitin taid,

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