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An act to incorporate the Cheshire Provident Institution for Savings,
An act to alter the times of holding the Probate Courts in Deerfield, Chester and Derry in the county of Rockingham.
An act in amendinent of an act entitled an act to incorporate certain persons by the name of the Brookfield Social Library.
An act to establish a corporation by the name of the Lerned Relief Association in Hopkinton.
Which were severally read a third time.
Rcsolved, That they pass and that their titles bc as aforesaid.
Ordered, That the clerk request the coneurrence of the Senate
Which was read a third time.
The resolution was amended by inserting also the word, blind, and also the words, or elsewhere.
On motion of Mr. Waldron--.
The resolution was further amended by striking out the words «' fiiteen hundred,” and inserting two thousand.”
Ordered, That it be read a third time to-morrow at three o'. clock, afternoon.
The House proceeded to the order of the day on the following resolutions is in
A resolution authorising the several towns of Hampton-Falls, New-Castle, Centre Harbor, Temple, Brookline and Middleton, to send a representative to the General Court.).
A resolution authorising the town of Jackson and the place called Hart's Location to send a representative to the General Court,
Which were severally read a third time. got
Resolved, that they pass. - Ordered, That the clerk request the concurrence of the Senate therein.
The following message in writing was received from His Excellency the Governor by the secretary of State, which was read and is as follows:
June 24, 1333. To the Senate and House of Representatives :
I herewith communicate to you the annual report of James Willey, Esq. Land Commissioner - s
Ordered, That His Excellency's message with the accompany. ing report; be referred to the committee on publisk Lands.
Mr. Tebbetts by leave of the House Aktiveed the petition of Daniel Pickering and others for a bank at Wolfeborough i
Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Banks.
Mr. Harvey, pursuant to notice given on Saturday had leave to jotroduce a bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Trustees of Sutton Academy
Which was read a first and second time..
Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on incorporations.
Mr. Tebbetts from the committee on Roads, Bridges and Canals, to whom was referred the bill entitlecl, An act to extend the powers and enlarge the privileges of the Cheshire Turnpike corporation, made a report whereupon.
Resolved, that the committee be discharged from the further consideration cf said bill and that thc sainc be referred to the coinmittee on the Judiciary.
A message from the Senate by their clerk : " Mr. Speaker, The Senate concur with the House of Representatives, in the passage of the following bills and resolutions : 1
An act in amendinent of an act entitled an act to prevent en. croachments on highways. "?
An act in amendinent of an act to establish times and places for holding Probate courts in the county of Hillsborough
An act in favor of Elijah Carpenter and others.
A resolution requesting the Governor to make inquiries in relation to the blind.
A resolution in relation to a note signed by Moses Foss, jr, and others.
A resolution directing the joint committee on the Library to nominate a Librarian.! 1. Mr. Patterson gave notice that he should on Tuesday next'nsk leave to introduce a bill entitled, An act in addition to an act entitled an act for the ease and relief of poor debtors. :
Mr. Gove of Goffstown, from the select joint committee appointed to wait on the President of the United States at Boston, ind extend to him an invitation to visit the Capital during the present session of the Legislature, reported that they have attented to that duty, and have received from him the following comnunication in writing
Boston, June, 21, 1838. Gentlemen-You will please assure the Senate and House of Representatives of New-Hampshire, that I highly appreciate the lonour they have conferred upon mé by the passage of the resor ution which you have this day presented, inviting me to visit hem in the course of my present journey through New-England.
For the flattering terins in which it has been conveyed, I beg leave to return muy most grateful acknowledgment. It will alford me great pleasursis.comply with the invitation during the ensuing week. ; in
I am very respectfully,
A message from the Governor by the Secretary of State. Mr. Speaker, Lam directed by his Excellency tlie Governor to introduce to the House of Representatives, Noah Martin, Esq: who has been duly qualified as a representative from the town of Somersworth.
On motion of Mr. Livermore
The House resumed the consideration of the resolution authorising the appointment of an agent to examine and inspect certain Asylums for the insane and report a plan for an Asylum in this State.
Which was read a second time and amended. Ordered, That it be read a third tiine to-inorrow at 3 o'clock, afternoon.
On motion of Mr. Baker
The House resumed the consideration of the resolution is relation to military duty, subinitted by him on Saturday last.
Which on motion of Mr. Baker he had leave to withdraw..
Ordered, That the vacancy in the committee of arrangements for the reception of the President of the United States, occasioned by the decision of the House vacating the seat of Richard Kimball be filled.
Ordered, That Mr. Martin of Somersworth supply that vacan-
The House resumed the consideration of the bill entitled, An act in addition to an act entitled an act for laying out highways. :
Mr. Liverinore moved an amendment to said bill, but before the question was taken,
On motion of Mr. Lang
Ordered, That it lie on the table. .) Mr. Angier introduced a resolution in relation to the travé y and attendance roll of the House, Which was read,
Mr. Livermore moved an amendment to the same but before ne question was taken,
The House adjourned,
TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1833. Mr. Dow presented the petition of Joseph Warren Batchelder, r the alteration of his name. Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on the alteraon of names.
Mr, Stearns presented the petition of the field officers of the econd regiment for the removal of an officer. Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on, Military afirs. Mr. Waldron presented the petition of Horace Chase and oth's, for the incorporation of a Savings Bank, in the town of opkinton. Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Banks. Mr. Colby of Wendell, presented the remonstrance of the inbitants of the town of Wendell against the removal of the urts from Newport to Claremont. Ordered, That it be referred to the select committee consisting the delegation froin the county of Sullivan. Mr. Oliver presented the remonstrance of the Students of artmouth College. Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on the Juciary. Mr. Harvey from the committee on Finance to whom was rerred the resolution as to what compensation shall be made to e officers of the civil list, reported a bill entitled, An act proding for the compensation of the officers of the civil list: Which was read a first and second time:Ordered, That it be read a third time to-morrow at 3 o'clock,
Mr. Smith from the cominittee on Incorporations to whom is referred the bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Strafford ion Academy, reported the same without amendment. Ordered, That it be read a third time to-morrow, at 3.0 ck, afternoon. Mr. Sunith from the same committee, to whom was referred bill entitled, An act to incorporate the Trustees of Sutton ademy, reported the same without amendment. Ordered, That it be read a third time to-morrow at 3 o'clock, Mr. Gove from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was erred the bill entitled, An act to establish additional terms of courts of Probate in the county of Strafford, reported the le without amendment.
9 Ordered, That it be read a third time to morrow at 3 o'clock, afternoon.
Mr. Porter from the committee, on bills on their second reading, to whom was referred the bil! entitled, An act to incorporate the Loudon Mutual Fire 'Insurance Coinpany, reported the same without amendment
On inotion of Mr. Woodbury
Resolved, That the bill be amended by striking out the enacting clause.
Mr. Page from the coinmittee on publick lands, to whom was referred the report of the land commissioner, made a report whereupon
Resolved, That the report of said Land Coinmissioner be accepted.
Mr. Page from the same committee, to whom was referred the report and certain resolutions of the Legislature of the Com. monwealth of Massachusetts in relation to the United States publick land, reported the following resolution
Resolved, That it is not expedient to legislate further on this subject.
Which was read.
Mr. Livermore moved that the resolution be amended by striking out the word " not.”
Which was decided in the negative.
Those who voted in the affirmative are-
Mitchell Ş. Colby Grenough " Mallard
C, F. Gove Melvin
Folsom S. Lamprey
Philbrook J. Putuam N. Currier Webster
P. Wentworth Mc Questop J. Wallace Bartley Marston
Mc Conihe Crosby Pickering Stearns
J. P. Hadley M. Lamprey, Peavey