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to introduce a bill entitled, “ An act to incorporate the Eagle Manufacturing Company."

Which was read a first and second timc..

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

Cahucation Mr. Atwood from the committee on Noctions to whom was referred the statement of the commissioners of the Literary Fund made a report, whereupon

Resolved, That the foregoing statement be placed upon the files in the secretary's office.

A message from the Senate by their clerk : “Mr. Speaker, The Senate concur with the House of Representatives in the passage of a resolution providing for the reception of the president of the United States.

Mr. Gove from the .comınittee on the judiciary to whom was referred the rescution relatief to mortgages and pledges of personal property, madereport, whereupon

Resolved, That it is inexpedient to legislate further on that subject.

Mr. Gove from the same committee, to whom was referred the resolution relating to the alteration of the probate laws made a report, whereupon

Resolved, That it is inexpedient to legislate farther on that subject.

Mr. Gove from the same committee, to whom was referred the resolution in relation to insolvent debtors made a report, whereupon

Resolved, That it is inexpedient to legislate further upon this subject at the present time.

Mr. Gove, from the same committee, to whom was referred the petition of John Rogers and others, reported a bill entitled, "An act in addition to an act incorporating Union Bridge Company in Holderness."

Which was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That it be read a third time to-morrow, at 3 o'clock, afternoon.

Mr. Rogers gave notice that he should to-morrow ask leave to introduce a bill entitled, “ An act in addition to an act entitled an act to incorporate the Rockingham Mutual Fire Insurance Company

Mr. Bruce gave notice that he should to-morrow ask leave to introduce a bill entitled, “An act in addition to an act entitled an act for the ease and relief of poor debtors.”

Pursuant to notice given on Wednesday last, Mr. Ingalls of Shelburne, had 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."

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Which was read a first and second time.

Mr. Ingalls moved that said bill lie on the table, and be made the order of the day for Tuesday next, which was decided in the negative.

On motion of Mr. French

Ordered, That said, kui be referred to the committee on the Judiciary.

On motion of Mr. Cragin

Resolved, that the committee on Education be instructed to inquire into the expediency of establishing an institution in some central part of the state on the manual labor system, presenting to all classes the means of obtaining a liberal education, to be under the patronage of the state, and free from sectarian influence, and that they report by bill or otherwise.

On motion of Mr. Perter

Resolved, That the committee onthe Judiciary be instructed to inquire whether any, and if any, what

ftither provision

by law it is expedient to make relative to auditing and settling the accounts of county Treasurers.

On motion of Mr. Wentworth of Sandwich

Resolved, That the committee on Finance be instructed to inquire into the expediency of discharging all outstanding taxes now standing npon the Treasurer's books, as due to this State up to the year 1830.

On motion of Mr. Mills

Resolved, That the committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of so altering the act entitled an act to establish the rate at which polls and ratable cstates shall be assessed in making direct taxes so that the appraisal of real estate shall be made once in four years and that neat cattle, horses, colts and sheep be set in the list at an advalorum sum and that jacks kept for covering be set in the list the same as stud horses, and that they report by bill or otherwise.

On motion of Mr. Hutchinson

Resolved, That a committee of ten be appointed, with such as the Senate maxujoin to report at what time the business of the present stssion,

may be closed. Ordered, That Messrs. Hutchinson, Woodbury of Salem, Jones of Bradford, Sargent, Shaw, Huse, Jones of Warner, Hodgdon, Pike of Meredith, and Drake of Effingham be the committee.

And then the House adjourned.

AFTERNOON.

The House proceeded to the order of the day, on the resolution granting a copy of the revised statutes, to the Representative from the town of Eflingham for the years 1829, and 1830.

Which was read a third time.

Mr. Crosby moved that the further consideration of said resolution be indefinitely postponed.

Which was decided in the negative.
On the question-Shall the resolution pass.
The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Patch.
Those who voted in the affirmative are-

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N. S. Colby
Mitchel
W. Moore
D. Harris
Manahan
Cragin

Wason

Messrs.

Shannon Grenough Mallard J. Moore W. Pike Merrill

S. L. Stevens Porter

C. Bean
Rogers

Hobbs
Burleigh J. H. Smith
Quimby Hayes
S. Lamprey

Marston
Webster

Stearns
Pickering

Hall
E. R. Currier D. Bachelder
M. Lamprey

Gage
Waldron

Parker Treadwell

0. Youug Mardin

Emery Parsons

S. Burnham J. Woodbury

Wiggin H. D. Buzzell Morse Hodgdon

I. Hale
S.Drake

Gault
J. T. Chase Huse
G. W. Drake Darling
J. Jones Gray
Harmon

Knox
J. Bean

D. Jones

.M. Chase

J. Putnam
Mc Queston
Mc Conihe
J. Wallace
Bruce
Preston
Law
Flint
Wheeler
Tufts
Amadon
J. J. Allen
Fisk
Goodnow
Richardson
Wilson
T. Ingalls
Bailey

Goldthwait
J. Gove
Prentiss
S. Colby
Gordon
J. Colby
Melvin
Livermore
Walworth
Frazier
N. Currier
Oliver
Aldrich
J. Moulton
Shaw
S. Murray
Bullock
Ward
Pendexter

Smith
G. P: Meserve
Eastman
Twitchell
R. Ingalls
L. Marshall
J. Colby IOS

Those who voted in the negative, are-
Messrs.

Peaslee Cilley
S. Dearborn Woods

J. L. Hadley
Dow
Hills

Stebbins
Vennard
Train

Eaton
Dudley

C. W. Drake E. Sawyer
Kaime

Secombe Vose
N. Young
L. Woodbury

Hoskins
W. Hale Lovewell W. Allen
T. E Sawyer Fuller

D. M. Smith
J. Fellows C. F. Gove Challis
Noyes
Poor

Peirce
N. Smith Hutchinson Coburne
P. Wentworth
Monroe

Folsom
J. Wentworth Tenney

J. Wallace Sherburne J. Stevens

Crosby
Lang
J. P. Hadley
Brownson
Aldin
P. Buswell
Prescott
Jona. Moulton
T. Harris
Sargent
Patch
Page
Mills
Brainard

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Yeas 103. Nays 57.
So the resolution passed.

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

Mr. Sawyer of Dover, moved

That the committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of empowering constables to serve precepts issuing from the court of Common Pleas.

Which was decided in the negative.

Mr. Murray froin the committee on Agriculture and Manufactures to whom was referred the resolution as to the expediedcy of altering the law in relation to common fences, by leave of the House made a report, whereupon

Resolved, That it is unnecessary at the present time to legislate on this subject.

On notion of Mr. Rogers

The House resumed the consideration of the message of His Excellency, transmitting the report of the warden of the State prison together with the

report of the warden. On motion of Mr. Rogers

Resolved, That the Governor's inessage together with the report of the Warden be referred to the select committee who have under their consideration the report of the superintendant of the new prison, with instructions to procure a more detailed report in which the stock account, the account of overseers, guards and all other officers and servants shall be stated separately.

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 14, 1833. To the Senate and House of Representatives :

I herewith transmit the report of the Adjutant General with a general abstract of the militia of the state of New-Hainpshire for the year 1833, together with an account of the ordnance, arms, equipments and public property in the possession of the several regiments on the second Tuesday of May last.

SAMUEL DINSMOOR. Ordered, That the aforesaid message together with the accompanying papers, be referred to the committee on military afa fairs.

On motion of Mr. Angier

Resolved, that the committee on the Judiciary be instructed to examine the statutes regulating bail, and into the expediency of making it the duty of sheriffs to take bail on all attachments of personal property, and that they report by bill or otherwise.

Mr. Dudley moved that the committee on Education be instructed to inquire into the expediency of so amending the act for the distribution of the Literary fund as to divide it according to the number of scholars in each town, and that they report by bill or otherwise.

Which was decided in the negative.
On motion of Mr. Chase of Conway.-

The House resumed the consideration of the resolution granting a tract of publick land to Daniel Pinkhain.

On motion of Mr. Chase-

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

And then the House adjourned.

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SATURDAY, JUNE 15. 1833. Mr. Chase of Conway, presented the petition of Nathaniel Abbott and others, for an act of Incorporation.

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

Mr. Knox presented the petition of James Martin and others, to be disannexed from the town of Epsom, and annexed to the town of Pembroke.

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

Mr. Lovewell presented the petition of Stillman Hall and others. in relation to hawkers and pedlars.

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

Mr. Porter from the committee, on bills on their second reading, to whom was referred the bill, entitled, “ An act to incorporate certain persons by the name of the proprietors of the Sandwich Quarterly Freewill Baptist Education Society, reported the same, with sundry amendments, which were read, and adopted.

On motion of Mr. Meserve
Ordered, That it lie on the table.

Mr. Porter from the same committee, to whom was referred the resolution granting a tract of public land to Daniel Pinkham, reported the same with an amendment, which was read and adopted.

Ordered, That it be read a third time on Monday next, at 3 o' clock, afternoon.

Mr. Porter froin the same committee to whom was referred the bill entitled, “. An act in amendment of an act, entitled an act to prevent encroachments on 'highways, reported the same with an amendment, which was read and adopted.

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