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ments, and a law of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on the subject of Lotteries.

And, also copies of certain sections of an act of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, and of a resolution upon the subject of the entire abolition of lotteries.

SAMUEL DINSMOOR. Ordered, That they be referred to the comınittee on the Judiciary.

On motion of Mr. Waldron

Resolved, that the committee on the Judiciary, be instructed to inquire into the expediency of amending the act entitled an act to establish the rates at which polls and rateable estates shall be assessed in making direct taxes, and that they report by bill or otherwise.

On motion of Mr. Smith of DublinResolved, That the committee on Agriculture and Manufactures be instructed to inquire into the expediency of so amending the act to establish the rates at which polls and rateable estates shall be assessed in making direct taxes as to şubject,stfid horses to an ad valorum tax.

A message from the Senate by their Clerk : “Mr. Speaker, The Senate concur with the House of Representatives, in the passage of a resolution, assigning the committee rooms, to the several standing cominittees.

Also in the passage of a resolution appointing a committee to report on such measures, as may be necessary to be adopted, in relation to the expected visit of the President of the United States and have on their part joined Messrs. Barton and Carr.” And then the House adjourned.

TUESDAY, June, 11, 1933. Mr. Currier of Newtown, presented the petition of Bettee Rowell, for the alteration of her nanie.

Mr. Kaime presented the petition of Charles Hutchins for the alteration of his name.

Mr. Mc Daniel presented the petition of Benjamin Weeks, for the alteration of his name.

Mr. Jones of Farmington, presented the petition of Jeremiah Colbath, for the alteration of his name.

Mr. Philbrick presented the petition of John Hunkins, for the alteration of his name:

Also the petition of Benjamin Philbrick, 4th for the alteration of his name.

Mr. Butler presented the petition of William Eyeleth for the alteration of the name of Willard Convers Nash,

Mr. Melvin presented the petition of Mary Hanaford for the alteration of her name.

Alsothe petition of Jacob Peaslee for the alteration of his name.

Mr. Angier presented the petition of Stillman Hunt for the al. teration of his name.

Ordered, That they be referred to the coinmittee on the alterations of Names.

Mr. Patterson presented the petition of John Rogers and others, directors of the Holderness Union Bridge corporation for an exemption from taxation.

Mr. Kimball presented the petition of Lloyd W. Wells and others for an alteration of the law in relation to hawkers and pedlars.

Mr. Murray of New-Market presented the petition of Ebenezer L. Chapınan and others, for the passage of a law laying further restrictions on hawkers and pedlars.

Ordered, That they be referred to the committee on the Judiciary,

Mr. Mooney presented the petition of Zaccheus Patton and others for the incorporation of a library association in Mercdith Village.

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

Mr. Harvey presented the petition of sundry inhabitants of Springfield to be set off from said town and annexed to the town of New-London.

Mr. Allard presented the petition of inhabitants of the town of Burton for the alteration of the name of that town.

Ordered, That they be referred to the committec on Towus and Parishes.

Mr. Smith of Dublin, presented the petition of John Morse and others for an alteration of the law assessing direct taxes.

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

Mr. Kimball presented the petition of Moses Baker and others for a bank in Sonnersworth. Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Banks.

Mr. Hall presented the petition of Job Otis and others for the incorporation of the Strafford Union Academy.

Ordered, That tites be referred to the cominittee on incorporations. Mr. Perkins of Unity presented the petition of inhabitants of Unity for the removal of the courts from Newport to Claremont.

Ordered, That it be referred to the Select Committee consisting of the delegation for the County of Sullivan. Mr. French presented the account of Simon Brown.

Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Printers' Ac. counts, Mr. Eastman presented the account of John W. White, Sher. iff of the county of Coos.

Ordered, That it be referred to the committec on Claims.

Mr. Colby of Whitefield, presented the petition of Royal Joyslin and others for a deed of publick lands to Daniel Pinkham

Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on publick lands.

Mr. Smith of Rochester, from the committee on Incorporations, to whom was referred the petition for the incorporation of the Rockingham Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Company, inade a report, whereupon

Resolved, that the petitioners have leave to bring in a bill. Mr. Waldron, pursuant to notice given on Friday last, had leave to introduce a bill entitled, “ An act to incorporate sundry persons by the name of the Portsmouth Marine Railway Compa.

ny."

Which was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on bills on their second reading

On inotion of Mr. Wentworth of Sandwich

Resolved, That the House will be ready to meet the Senate in convention to-morrow at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of proceeding in the elections agreeably to the provisions of the constitution.

Ordered, That the Clerk inforıo the Senate thereof.
On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Dover-

Resolved, That a committee be appointed, with such as the Senate may join to receive and examine the returns of votes froin the several towns in this state on the subject of a revision of the constitution and report thereon.

Ordered, That Messrs. Fuller, Flint and Prescott be the coinmittce.

Ordered, That the clerk request the concurrcrtce of the Scnate therein.

Mr. Treadwell introduced the following resolution :

Resolved, That a select committee be appointed to inquire into The expediency of repealing the act appropriating the Literary Fund,

and of appropriating said Fund to the establishment of a State Luceum.

11 Which was read, and on the question on its passage, was decided in the negative.

On motion of Mr. Aldrich

Resolved, That the committee on agriculture and manufactures be instructed to inquire if any alteration is necessary to be made in the laws of this state for the protection and increase of sheep.

A message in writing was received from his Excellency the Governor by the secretary of state which was read and is as follows :

Executive Department,

June 11, 1833. To the Senate and House of Representatives :

I herewith transmit to be laid before you the several reports, ordinances, resolutions, &c. herein mentioned, viz.

The report and ordinances adopted by the people of South Carolina at their late convention.

The preamble and resolutions passed by the General Assembly of Virginia in relation to the tariff and ordinances of the late convention of the people of South Carolina.

A copy of a report and resolutions adopted concurrently by the two branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts, expressing their sentiments in relation to the proceedings of the convention of South Carolina.

The report of a joint coinnittec from the Senate and Assembly of the state of New-York and resolutions passed by those two branches of the Legislature relative to the proceedings of a convention of the people of South Carolina.

A preamble and resolutions passed by the General Assembly of Ohio on the subject of the South Carolina Ordinance.

A resolution in relation to the call of a convention to ameod the constitution of the United States, and a resolution relating to the President's Proclimation and Message.

A report of the select committee of the House of Representatives of the State of Alabama relative to the tariff, to the principle of protection, and the doctrine of nullification, and recoininendations of the General Asseinbly of Alabama to the President of the United States, to the state of South Carolina, and to the diffurent states.

And also a report and resolutions of the Legislature of Mississippi in relation to the tariff and to the doctrine of nullification.

SAMUEL DINSMOOR. On motion of Mr. Tebbetts

Resolved, that the foregoing message with the accompanying papers be referred to a select committee.

Ordered, That Messrs. Peaslee, Colby of Whitefield, and Wheeler be the committee.

On motion of Mr. French

Resolved, That the committee on Finance be instructed to inquire what measures are necessary to be adopted in regard to a note in the treasurer's office signed by Moses Foss and others.

On motion of Mr. Wilcox

Resolved, That the committee on the judiciary be instructed to inquire whether it is expedient to provide further for the ad. mission of parties to suits of law as witnesses and that they report by bill or otherwise.

And then the House adjourned.

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AFTERNOON.

Mr. Meserve from the committee on unfinished business by leave of the House made a report whereupon

Resolved, That the bill entitled An act to incorporate John B. H. Odiorne and his associates with the right and privilege of cutting a canal and constructing locks from Winnepiseogee lake, commencing at the outlet of said lake, to Sanbornton Bay, be referred to the committee on Roads, Bridges, and Canals.

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 comunittee to receive and exainine the returns of votes from the several towns in this State, on the subject of a revision of the constitution, and have on their part joined Mr. Blodgett.

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate will be ready to meet the House in convention to-morrow at 4'clock afternoon for the purpose of proceeding in the elections, agreeably to the provisions of the constitution."

Mr. Smith of Rochester, gave notice that he should to-morrow ask leave to introduce a bill to incorporate the Gonic Manufacturing Company

Mr. Gove of Goffstown, gave notice that he should to-morrow ask leave to introduce a bill entitled an act in amendment of an act entitled an act imposing fines for the neglect of military duty.

On motion of Mr. Moore

Resolved, That the committee on military affairs be instructed to inquire as to the expediency of making an equitable distribution of the arms now in the arsenal at Portsmouth among the sevtral towns in this state, and that they report by bill or otherwise.

A message in writing was received from His Excellency the Governor, by the Secretary of State which was read and is as follows

Executive Department, June, 11, 1833. To the Senate and House of Representatives :

I herewith communicate a preamble and resolutions of the Legislature of South Carolina, relative to the call of a convention of the States, to consider and determine such questions of disputed power as have arisen between the States of this confederacy and the General Government, and a copy of the resolutions adopted by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware on the subject of certain resolutions passed by the Legislature of the State of South Carolina calling a convention of the States.

I also transmit herewith, a preamble and resolutions of the State of Georgia relative to the call of a convention of the people to amend the constitution of the United States.

And also the several reports and resolutions of the States of

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