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JOURNAL

OF THE

house of REPRESENTACXVBS.

JUNE SESSION, 1833.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1833. A quorum of the whole number of the Representatives elected in the several towns and districts of the State of New-Hampshire being convened in the Capitol in Concord in said State, on the first Wednesday in June, 1833,

His Excellency the Governor and the Honorable Council camo into the Representatives' Hall and the following gentlemen présented their credentials and were duly qualified agreeably to tho regulations of the Constitution, viz.

Rockingham County. Atkinson and Plaistow, Richard Hampstead, Lorenzo Batchelder Greenough

Hampton, Amos Towle, jr. Brentwood, Simon Fellows Hampton-Falls, Josiah Brown Candia, John Moore, jun. Hawke & Sandown, Nicholas Chester, David Currier, jun. Quimby

Stephen Dearborn Kensington, Smith Lamprey Deerfield, Benning W. Sanborn Kingstown, Isaac Webster Joseph Merrill

Londonderry, Hugh Bartley Derry, John Porter

New-Castle, Jonathan M. T. Williain Montgomery

Vennard
East-Kingston & South-Hamplon, Newington, James Pickering
Jeremiah Morrill

New-Market, David Murray
Epping,

Newtown, Elijah R. Currier Exeter, John Rogers

Northwood, John J. Demeritt Jeremiah Dow

North-Hampton, Morris LámGreenland, Theodore A. Bur prey leigh

Notinchana,

Poplin, Daniel B. Chase
Portsmouth, Isaac Waldron

Gideon Beck
Thomaz P. Treadwell
Israel Marden
John S. Jenness

Raymond, Gilman Dudley
Rye, Thomas J. Parsons
Salem, John Woodbury
Seabrook, John Lock
Stratham,
Windham, Isaac M'Gaw

Strafford County. Alton, Hezekiah D. Buzzell Meredith, Ebenezer S. Mooney Barnstead, Thomas P. Hodgdon William Pike Samuel Kaime

Middleton, Samuel L. Stevens Barrington, John McDaniel," jr. Milton, Stephen Drew Brookfield, Dudley Pike Moultonborough, Charles Bean Burton & Chatham, David Al New-Durham, Nicholas Noyes lard, jr.

New Hampton, Nicholas Smith Centre-Harbour, Simon Drake, Ossipee, Joseph Hobbs 2nd.

Rochester, John H. Supith Conway, Jonathan T. Chase

Benjamin Hayes Dover, Nathaniel Young Sanbornton, Winthrop DearWilliam Hale, jr.

born Thomas E. Sawyer

Abel Philbrick - John H. White

Sandwich, Paul Wentworth Durham, Samuel Burnham

George F. Marston ; Eaton, Abraham Colby Somersworth, John Wentworth Effingham, George W. Drake

2nd. Farmington, Jeremiah Jones

William Stearns
Freedom, William Harmon, ed. Richard Kimball
Gilmanton, Joseph Fellows Strafford, Isruel Hall, jr.
Jeremiah Bean

Williarn Tasker
John S. Shannon

Tamworth, John Woodman Gilford, Ephraim Mallard Tuftonborough, John Peavey Lee, Joseph S. Lawrence, jr. Wakefield, Amasa Copp Madbury, Paul Meserve

Wolfeborough, Thomas J. Teb

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Merrimack County. Allenstown, Daniel Batchelder

Epsom, Eliphalet Wiggin .Andover,

Fishersfield, Jeremiah Morse Boscawen, William H. Gage Franklin, Isaac Hale Bon, William R. Parker Henniker, Williams L. Woods Bradford, Samuel Jones Hookselt, Matthew Gault Canterbury, Otis Young

Hopkinton, James Huse
Chichester, Nathaniel Sherburne Stephen Darling
Concord, Isaac Emery

Loudon, Samuel Hill, ir.
Abel Baker

New-London, Marshall Train
Charles H. Peaslee Northfield, Robert Gray
Dunbarton, Silas Burnham

Pembroke, Thomas Knox

Pittsfield, Cotton W. Drake Warner, Daniel Jones
Salisbury,

Nathan S. Colby
Sutton, Jonathan Harvey Wilmot, Jeremiah Mitchell

Hillsborough County."
Amherst, John Secombe Manchester, James M'Queston
Antrim, Luke Woodbury Mason, John Stevens
Bedford, William Moor, jr. Merrimack, Samuel Mc Conihe
Brookline, David Harris Milford, John Wallace, jr.
Deering, William Manahan Mont-Vernon, Nathaniel Bruce
Dunstable, Charles G. Atherton Neu-Boston, John Atwood

Moody D. Lovewell New-Ipswich, John Preston
Francestown, Daniel Fuller, jr. Peterborough, James Walker
Goffstown, Charles F. Gove Pelham, Jesse Gibson
Noyes Poor

Sharon, James Law
Greenfield, Paul Cragin, jr. Society Land $. Windsor, John
Hancock, Jonas Hutchinson

Flint
Hillsborough, Hirain Monroe Temple, Nathan Wheeler
Hollis, Ralph E. Tenney Weare, Seth N. Cilley
Hudson, Thomas B Wason

John L. Hadley
Litchfield, Moses Chase

Wilton, Abrain Whittemore Lyndeborough, Israel Putnam

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Cheshire County. Alstead, Walter Tufts

Richmond, Joseph Newell:
Chesterfield, Otis Amidon Rindge, Thoinas Ingalls
Dublin, Jonathan K. Smith Roxbury, Samuel Wadsworth
Fitzwilliam, John J. Allen Stoddard, J. W. Eaton
Gilsum, Allen Butler

Sullivan, Roswell Osgood
Hinsdale, Lockhart W. Stebbins Surry,
Jaffrey, Levi Fisk

Swanzey, Elijah Sawyer
Keene, Azel Wilder

Troy, Lyman Wright
Henry Goodnow

Walpole, Frederick Vose Marlborough, Benjamin Whit- West moreland, Timothy Hosney, jr.

kins, jr. Marlow, Thomas P. Richardson Winchester, Williarn Allen si Nelson, Abijah Wilson

Sullivan County. Acroorth, Eliphalet Bailey, Lempster, Daniel M. Smith: Charleston, Jonathan Mack

Newport, Benjamin B. French Claremont, Godfrey Stevens

Seth Richards
Zenas Clement

Plainfield, Thomas Chellis, jr.
Cornish, John L. Putnam Springfield, Sam Colby
Croydon, Zena Goldthwait Unity, Amos Perkins
Goshen, Virgil Chase

Washington, Alfred Gordon Grantham, John Gove, jr. Wendell, John Colby Langdon, Samuel Prentiss

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Grafton County.
Alexandria, Elias Perkins Holderness, Jeremiah P. Hadley
Bath, Isaac Patterson

Landaff, Jonathan Brownson
Bethlehem, John Pierce

Lebanon, Paul Buswell
Bridgewater, Nathaniel P. Mél. Lisbon, Caleb Aldrich
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Littleton, Sylvanus Balch
Bristol, Nathaniel S. Berry Lyman, John Moulton
Campton,

Lyme, Asa Shaw
Canaan, George Walworth New-Chester, Samuel Murray
Coventry, Nathan Coburn Orange, John Bullock
Danbury, Levi Frazier

Orford, Leonard Wilcox
Dorchester, Winthrop Folsoin Piermont, Asa Prescott, jr.
Enfield, Nathan Currier Plymouth,
Franconia f. Lincoln, John Wal- Peeling & Ellsworth, Jonathan
lace

Moulton
Grafton,

Rumney, Timothy Harris
Groton, William Crosby Thornton, Jacob Sargent
Hanover, Augustus Storrs Warren, Jacob Patch
Haverhill, John Angier Wentworth, Enoch Page
Hebron, George W. Lang

Coos County.
Bartlett, George Pendexter Shelburne, Shelburne Addition 1
Colebrook & Columbia, Jonas Mills Success, and Berlin, Robert In-
"Dalton & Carroll, Thomas Smith galls
Jefferson, Kilkenny, Randolph, and Stewartstown, Dixville, Millsfield,
Nash & Sawyer's Location, Clo Erroll and Clarksville, Barzil.
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lai Brainard Jackson, George P. Meserve Stratford & Northumberland, TiLancaster, Richard Eastman

mothy L. Marshall Milan, Stark and Dummer, Ran- Whitefield, Joseph Colby

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His Excellenqy the Governor, and Honorable Council then withdrew.

The House was called to order by the clerk ;
On motion of Mr. Wentworth of Sandwich-

The House proceeded to the choice of Chairman, and Jonathan Harvey, Esq. was elected and took the Chair accordingly.

On motion of Mr. Lainprey of Kensington, the House proceed. ed by ballot to the choice of Speaker, and the Honorable Charles G. Atherton was elected and took the chair accordingly.

On motion of Mr. Noyes

The House proceeded by ballot to the choice of Clerk, and
James Clark, Esq. was elected and qualified accordingly.

On motion of Mr. Meserve
The House proceeded by: ballot to the choice of Assistant

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Clerk, and Arlond Carroll, Esq. was elected and quallified accordingly.

A message from the Senate by their clerk : “ Mr. Speaker, -I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate have asseinbled and have elected the Hon. Jared W. Williams their President, Winthrop A. Marston, Clerk, and Joseph Clough, Assistant Clerk, and are now ready to proceed to the business of the session.

On motion of Mr. Harvey

Resolved, That information be given to the Hon. Senate by the Assistant Clerk that the House of Representatives have assembled and have chosen the Hon. Charles G. Atherton, their Speaker, James Clark, Clerk, and Arlond Carroll, Assistant Clerk, and are ready to proceed to the business of the session.

On motion of Mr. Wentworth of Sandwich

Resolved, That the rules adopted at the session of the LegisLature in June last for the government of the House be adopted for the present session until otherwise ordered.

On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Swanzey

Resolved, that the joint rules of the two branches of the legislature for the year 1832 be adopted for the present session, or until otherwise ordered.

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

On motion of Mr. Colby of Warner

Resolved, That when the House adjourn in the forenoon that they adjourn to meet at three o'clock in the afternoon and that when they adjourn in the afternoon, that they adjourn to meet at 10 o'clock the next morning until otherwise ordered.

On motion of Mr. French

Resolved, That a committee be 'appointed on the part of the House with such as the Senate may join to wait upon His Excellency the Governor and inform him that quorums of both branches of the Legislature have assembled-are organized, and are ready to receive any communication he may please to make.

Ordered, That Messrs. French, Patterson and Noyes be the committee. Ordered, That the Clerk inform the Senate thereof.

And then the House adjourned.

AFTERNOON.

On motion of Mr. PeaveyResolved, That a committee be appointed to nominate two suitle persons as door keepers during the present session.

Ordered That, Messrs. Sawyer of Swanzey, Colby of Warner, d Secombe, be the committee. On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Swanzey

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