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Sundry orders drawn by Executive not in

cluded in the above account and cash

paid Abner P. Stinson for land, 16,036.26 Cash in Treasury,

770.94 Outstanding taxes,

1,768.89

144,211.22

All which are duly vouched and correctly cast, and the vouchers together with a copy of the Treasurer's account are hereby exhibited.

AUSTIN CORBIN.
B. B. FRENCH.
LEONARD WILCOX.
PAUL WENTWORTH.

Which report was read and accepted.
Ordered, “That the clerk inform the Senate thereof.

The following messages in writing were received from His Es. cellency the Governor, by the Secretary of State, which were read and are as follows

Executive Department, June 12, 1833. To the Senate and House of Representatives-

I herewith communicate the report of the agent appointed to superintend the erection of the new State Prison made in com. pliance with a resolve of the Legislature, passed July 1, 1831, and the several papers accompanying the same containing stalements of the receipts and expenditures for that purpose.

SAMUEL DINSMOOR. On motion of Mr. French

Ordered, That his Excellency's message with the accompany. ing papers be referred to the select comunittee to whom was referred so much of his Excellency's message as relates to the State Prison.

Executive Department, June 12, 1833. To the Senate and House of Representatives :

I transmit herewith the annual report of the Warden of the State Prison, shewing the expenditures and disbursements, profits and receipts together with a view of the general concerns of the prison, for the year ending the 30th of April, 1833.

SAMUEL DINSMOOR. On motion of Mr. Rogers

Ordered, That it lie on the table, and that the clerk procure 300 printed copies of said message with the acccompanying raport, and lay the same before the House.

On motion of Mr. Livermore

Resolved, That the committee on roads, bridges and canals be instructed to inquire into the expediency of making further provision by law to prevent encroachments on highways, and that they report by bill or otherwise.

The following 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 12, 1833. To the Senate and House of Representatives :

In compliance of an act of June 21, 1814, and an act in addition to and in amendment of said act, passed June 21, 1832, I herewith transmit to you the original returns of the state of 22 of the several banks incorporated within this state made within the time prescribed by law by the directors of said banks.

SAMUEL DINSMOOR.

Ordered, That the foregoing message with the accompanying returns, be referred to the committee on Banks.

And then the House adjourncd.

AFTERNOON. Mr. Smith of Dublin from the committee on unfinished business, made a report, whereupon

Resolved, That the bill entitled An act to serer a part of the town of Warner and annex the same to Bradford together with certain amendments to said bill, with the petition and remonstrances in relation to the same, be referred to the committee on towns and parishes.

On inotion of Mr. Waldron

Resolvcd, That Mr. Waldron be excuscd from serving on the select coinmittee to whom was referred so much of his Excel. lency's message as relates to the State Prison.

Ordered, That Mr. Colby of Warner supply the vacancy occasioned by Mr. Waldron's being excused froin serving on said comınittee.

Mr. Gove of Goffstown, by leave of the House, presented the petition of William Hall and others, for the repeal of certain laws.

Ordered, That it be referred to the coinnittee on the Judiciary.

Mr. Gove also presented the petition of Joel Stone, jr. and others for an act of incorporation.

On motion of Mr. Gove of Goffstown
Ordered, That it be referred to a select committee.

Ordered, That Messrs Gove of Goffstown, Moore of Bedford, and Lovewell, be the committee.

Mr. Mallard by leave of the House presented the petition of

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Thomas Eastman, jr. and others for the incorporation of the Strafford Cotton Mill company.

Ordered, That it be referred to the coinmittee on Agriculture and Manufactures.

Mr. Ingalls of Shelburne, gave notice that he should to-morrov ask leave to introduce a bill entitled, an act to abolish the office of Crier, in the Superior Court , and Court of common Pleas, and for other purposes.

Mr. Rogers from the select committee; appointed to consisler the expediency of altering the seats in the Representatives' Hall : reported the following resolution.

Resolved by the Senate and Housc of Representatives, in General Court convcned, That Ralph Me calf, Abner B. Kelly and Atkinson Webster, be a committee for making alterations in the Reprcsentatives' Hall, agreeably to the report of the select coinmittee he:ewith submitted and that six hundred dollars be appropriated to defray the expense of said alteration out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated.

Which was read a first tine.

Ordered, That it be read a sccond timcto-morrow at 11 o'clock, foreno011.

On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Swanzer

Resolved, that the coinuittec on the Judiciary, be instructed to inquire into the expediency of altering and amending the prebate laws of this Statc, in regard to the appointinent of administrators, on intestatc cstates, and the rig!it of dower.

Qu motion of Alr. Peaslee

Resolved, that the N. H. Historical Sociсty, be permitted to occupy the Representatives' Hall this evening at half past seren o' clock.

Mr. Willer gave notice that he should to-morrow ask leave to introduce a bill entitled an act to incorporate the Cheshire Provident Institution for savings.

Mr. Smith of Rochester pursuant to notice given yesterday had leave to introduce a bill entitled, an act to incorporate the Gonic Manufacturing Company,

Which was read a first and second time.

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

On motion of Mr. Woodbury of Antrim

Resolved, That the committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of amending or repealing an act 10 prevent frauds in the transfer of personal property by inortgage, also an act relating to mortgages and pledges of personal property and property subject to any lien erxeted by law and that they y report by bill, or otherwise.

The following message in writing was received from His Excellency the Governor, by the Secretary of State which was read andis as follows

Executive Department, June, 12, 1833. To the Senate and House of Representatives :

I herewith transmit a statement of the amount, condition and circumstances of the Literary Fund, made by the commissioners, agreeably to an act passed June 29, 1801.

SAMUEL DINSMOOR. Ordered, That the foregoing inessage with the accompanying statement be referred to the committee on Education.

IN CONVENTION. The Senate and House of Representatives being met in convention in the Representatives' Hall.

On motion of Mr. Farrington of the Senatem

The convention proceeded by ballot to the choice of a Secretary, and Ralph Metcalf, Esq. was elected.

On motion of Mr. Bruce

The convention proceeded by ballot to the choice of a Treasurer, and Abner B. Kelley, Esq. was elected.

On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Swanzey

The convention proceeded by ballot to the choice of a Commissary General, and Joseph Hill, Esquire, was elected.

On motion of Mr. Clemelt-
The convention rose and the Senate withdrew.

And then the House adjourned.

THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1833. Mr. Hall presented the petition of Ezra Brock for the alteration of his name.

Mr. Peaslee presented the petition of Miles Thompson, for the alteration of his name.

Ordered, That they be referred to the committee on the alteration of names.

Mr. Smith of Rochester, presented the memorial of Noah Martin, claiming to have been elected a member of this House.

Ordered, That it" be referred to the committee on Elections.

Mr. Fellows of Brentwood, presented the petition of David Webster and others, for the incorporation of the Alewife Baker Brook Company, in Manchester.

Mr. Hodgdon presented the petition of Ebenezer Nutter and others, for the incorporation of the First Congregation Society in Barnstead.

Ordered, That they be referred to the comınittee on Incorporations.

Mr. Hoskins presented the petition of the Field Officers of the 20th Regiment for the removal of an Officer.

Mr. Lawrence presented the petition of Daniel Tuttle, and others, for the removal of an Officer.

Ordered, That they he referred to the committee on Military Affairs.

Mr. Knox presented the petition of David Austin and others, in relation to Hawkers and Pedlars.

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

Mr. Gordon, presented the petition of Asaph Wilson and others, for the removal of the Courth from Newport to Claremont.

Mr. Putnam of Cornish, presented the petition of inhabitants of the County of Sullivan, for the removal of the Courts, from Newport to Claremont.

Ordered, That they be referred to the Select Committee consisting of the delegation from the County of Sullivan.

Mr. Mills presented the account of Thomas Eames, the account of Luther Fuller, the account of Jeremiah Eames and the account of Hezekiah Parsons.

Mr. Hale of Dover, presented the account of John Chadwick, Ordered, That they be referred to the committee on Claims.

Mr. French, from the Committee on Military Affairs to whom was referred a resolution, authorising the Commissary General to deliver 64 muskets to Bradbuy lodgdon, and a resolution authorising the Commissary General to deliver to the Strafford Guards, 64 muskets, inade a report whereupon,

Resolved, That the resolution relating to the delivery of arms to Bradbury Lodgdon, and the resolution relating to the delivery of arms to the Strafford Guards, be indefinitely postponed.

Mr. French from the same committee, to whom was referred the bill entitled an act for the distribution of the arms now in the ar senal at Portsmouth, and a resolution relating to the same, made a report, whereupon,

Resolved, That the committee on Military Affairs, be dischar. ged from the further consideration of said bill and resolution.

Mr. French from the same committee, to whom was referred the petition of John Bickford and others, made a report whereupon,

Resolved, That the petitioners have leave to withdraw their petition.

Mr. French, from the same committee, to whom was referred the petition of the officers of the Rifle Company of the 12th Regiment, the petition of Samuel Osgood and others, the petition of the officers of the 2nd Company of Light Infantry, in the 28th Regiment.

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