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Massachusetts and Mississippi on the subjects of the resolutions of Georgia proposing a convention of the people to revise the' constitution of the United States.
SAMUEL DINSMOOR. On motion of Mr. Waldron
Ordered, That His Excellency's message with the nccompany. ing papers be referred to the select cominittee, to whom was referred certain communications on the same and other subjects.
And then the House adjourned.
WEDNESDAY JUNE 12, 1833. Mr. Frazier presented the petition of William Badcock for the alteration of his naine.
Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on the al. teration of names.
Mr. Mooney presented the petition of Joscph Ela and others, for the incorporation of a Fire Engine Company in Meredith Village.
Mr. Colby of Eaton, presented the petition of Uriah B. Rus. sell and others for the incorporation of the Eaton Historical Li. brary Society.
Mr. Hill presented the petition of Samuel B. Dyer for the in. corporation for a Fire Insurance Company in Loudon
.. Ordered, That they be referred to the committee on Incorpor. ations.
Mr. Ward presented the petition of Oliver Flanders, Col. of the 14th regiment, for the removal of officers.
Mr. Perkins of Unity, presented the petition of the Field offi. cers of the 16th regiment, for the removal of an officer.
Ordered, Tliat they be referred to the coinmittee on military affairs.
Mr. Buswell of Lebanon, presented the petition of John Durkcc and others for a law prohibiting Students of College 'froin voting in Hanover, and exempting them from taxation and military duty.
Mr. Rogers presented the petition of John Gardner and others for a inore effectual protection against hawkers and peillars. oit
Mr. Poor presented the petition of Caleb Voluson in relation to hawkers and pedlárs."
Ordered, That they be referred to the committee on tho Judiciary:
Mr. Bailey presented the account of Gawen Gilmore. Ordered, 'That it be referred to the cominittee on Claims. Mr. Smith of Lempster, presented the petition of inhabitants of Lempster, for the removal of the courts from Newpoft to Claremont. * thini 2.4.6 1939 1938 And
Ussi is $31.
Ordered, That it be referred to the select committee consisting of the delegation from the county of, Sullivan.
A message by the Secretary of State. “ Mr. Speaker, I am directed to introduce to the House of Representatives, Arthur Livermore, who has been duly qualified as a representative froin the town of Campton, and Ziba Alden, who has been duly qualified as a representative from the town of Leb
Mr. Livermore and Mr. Alden appeared and took their seats.
Mr. Gore from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the petition of Jonathan H. Barton for a legal sanction to his name, inade a report whereupon1. Resolved, That the committee on the Judiciary be discharged from the further consideration of said petition and that the same be referred to the comunittee on the alteration of names.
Mr. Meserve, from the committee on unfinished business, made a report in part, whereupon
Resolved, That the petition of sundry inhabitants of the towa of Haverhill, for the relief of the militia.
The petition of Thomas Pierce and others, for a Fire Engine Company
The petition of Moody A. Pilsbury, for an appropriation to build a new gun-house.
The petition of Jabez Smith, jr. for a piece of ordnance. The petition of the Rockingham Guards for sixty-four stand of arms.
The petition of Samuel Osgood and others, of the rifle company in Nelson to be furnished with rifles for said company,
The petition of the rifle company in the 12th regiment for rifles and other equipments.
The petition of the officers of the 2d light infantry company in the 28th regiment for the use of thirty-two muskets. .-. The petition of the officers of the rifle-company in the 6th regiment for an act of incorporation and for 50 stand of arms.
The petition of John Bickford and others that soldiers may not be called out of their towns to perform military duty.
The petition of Isaac Towle, major of the 37th regiment.
A resolution relating to the distribution of arms. --. A resolution directing the return of arms.
A resolution directing the commissary-general to deliver 64 stand of arms to the Strafford Guards.
A resolution authorizing the commissary-general to deliver 64 stand of arms to Bradby Hodgdon.
A bill entitled, an act for the relief of persons doing military duty.
An act to amend an act entitled, an act imposing fines for the neglect of military duty, and for other purposes.
An act to apportion and distribute the arms now in the arsenal at Portsmouth, among the militia,-be severally referred to the committee on military affairs.
That the petition of Daniel Russell for remuneration for ser. vices be referred to the committee on military accounts.
That the petition of John Folsom and others to be incorpora. ted for the purpose of making a canal from Massabesic pond to Merrimack be referred to the committee on roads, bridges and canals.
That the petition of Nathaniel Holmes and others for the lo. cation of a bank.
The petition of Daniel Gale, and others for the incorporation of a bank
The petition of Samuel Bean and others, for a bank at Mere. dith.
The petition of the inhabitants of Tamworth for the incorporation of a bank at Gilford.
A bill entitled an act to incorporate the president, directors and company of the Strafford Republican Bank
A bill 'entitled an act to incorporate sundry persons by the name of the president, directors and company of the Mechanics Bank.
A bill cntitled, an act to incorporate the president, directors and company of the Suncook Bank.
A bill entitled an act to incorporate sundry persons by the name of the Jackson Bank, be severally referred to the coininit. tee on banks.
Mr. French, from the committee on military affairs to whom was referred the resolution in relation to the distribution of the arms in the arsenal at Portsmouth made'a report whereupon
Resolved, That it is not expedient to distribute the arias now in the arsenal at Portsmouth.
Mr. Smith of Rochester, from the committee on incorporations to whom was referred the petition of Z. Pallen and others for a library company, made a report whereuponResolved, that the petitioners have leave to bring in a bill, Mr. Ingalls of Shelburnc, from the coinmittce on Agriculture and Manufactures, to whom was referred the resolution in relation to the preservation of Sheep, made a report whereupon
Resolved, That it is unnecessary at the present tiine to legislate further on that subject.
Mr. Smith of Rochester, from the committee on Incorporations to whom was referred the petition of Job Otis and others for the incorporation of the Strafford Union Academy, made a report whercupon
Resolved, that the petitioners have leave to bring in a bill.
Mr. Peavey, from the select committee to whom was referred the message of His Excellency the Governor, and to report a dis
position of the several subjects embraced therein made a report whereupon
Resolved, That so much of the Governor's message as relates to the militia be referred to the committee on Military Affairs.
That so much of said message as relates to the subject of the State f'rison, be referred to a sclect committec'os sereni. · Ordered, That Messrs. Waldron, Walker, Wentworth of Sandwich, Vose, Bruce, Montgomery and Colby of Wendell, be the cos inintce.
That so much of said message as relates to the subject of the insane and blind be referrcal to a select committee of ten.
Ordered, That Messrs. Livermore, Oliver, Jenness, Woodbury of Autrim, Drew, Bartley,, Gray, Wardsworth, Bailey and Twitchell, be the cominittee.
Mr. French, from the select joint committec appointed to audit the account of the Treasurer of this StateIl
That they have carefully examined the followir.g accounts from June 1, 1832 to June 1, 1833.
1. An account of notes and bonds due this State, viz. A note signed by Moses Foss, jun. and others in javor of the
Treasurer, dated October 9,'1818, due for?" principal
$262.80 A note signed by Stephen P. Webster in fa
vor of the State of New Hampshire, dated June, 10, 1829, principal
Discharged by balance due on said notes
2. An amount of stock in the United
States funds and New Hampshire Bank and dividends
$93,700.57 Discharged by cash receivcil for principal
of United States 3 per cent. stock and in. tercst on the saine, carried to cash ac. count
By 50 shares in New-Hampshire Bank, and" dividends on same
$93,700.57 3. A generat cash account embracing the fol
lowing items Balance of cash in the Treasury as found on settlement with the Treasurer, June 1, 1832
7,083.16 Taxes outstanding at that time
2,739.49 Cash reccived of Selectinen of Bristol, Mail. bury, Boscawen, Brookline, Peinbroke,
Dublin and Swanzev, for military fincs 20,00
1,160.00 Caslı received of Ralph Metcalf, Secretary of
State for fecs received at his office frorn
I Cash received for principal of United States: stock
66,290.51 Cash of Jasper Elkins endorsed on his bond 100.00 Ainount of State taxes for 1832
43,000.00 Error of pay roll of House of Representatives Noveinber Sessioa in favor of L. W. Stebbins
$144,211.22 Which is accounteel for as follows, viz. Paid sundry orders for salaries of Govern. or, Justices of Superior Court, Court of Cominon Pleas, Judges and Registers of Probate, Attorney General Adjutant Gen. crat, Coininissary Gencr:1, Secretary, Treasurer, and "Warden of the State will
$15,797.16 Travel and attendance of the Council, Sen
ate and House of Representatives, $36,815.96 Bounties on wolves, bears, wildcats, foxes,
1,587.35 Notes given by Treasurer' to Merrimack
County Bank, and interest on same, 20,427.73