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T !l K IMI T I. A N n HER AU).
JU shsmd Ce-aab -Hop. Mettre Ytf,tter
U.J Man. Mr. PMf, While U Howe.
jsxJ 7Vt Hot. Uwn Srrnlir, IkiWilli
ffciTr-T ?'" JJrufi Harartond, Steele icd
JW. fiJn Me ir Tirrf rnit and Potter.
I'D 6m timid r eft'lemrn rn Ihe commit
ter ere tbeirroen to jn fromlb hiir.)
A moltnlor. seat r fforn tic hoiie.Ciirjr upn
eky for lbrretion ofeurerititeoJtm of the Stale
Prisoa, eeditor of arcoonit.tjf, t llir eursettinn
of Mr Pbelps, ae laid on ll table.
Mf Voorp moved to teroneldsr the lc .f yrs
Urdey, prnviellnf fur ll.e siit-Hr " ,,ir Senai?-nh
paper, for lb purpose f tiMkieg a different ar
nncement. Notien .cm. Aye 11, Noet 18,
The Renal ptocscded I" hlcnle the n.me
ii rrnntti of thersrrt tley' rh.,.
Oo motion of Mr I'irp"int, the certificate of
tote trtd trdcniil from each lovn in ihe State
end from the county Clerk. ere referred lo the
committee of election?.
The annuel eoinmonlfatinri of Mi Excellency
the to. was celled op. and,
On motion of Mr Hrbatd o much of Excel
lency' communication tefcr l the ruhjert of
vcbooli, wa referred to tho cotnmittre on Eduea
On mi.liro of Mr Hon . an mnrh refers to I lie
Militia, l" I he committee on Military Affair.
On motion of Mr Pierpoinl. ?o much aii refer to
Afrietiltore, lo lh cnvniie on Agriculture, ami
to Manufactures, to tne Committee on Mtnuf-c-turn
On mollon of Mr Porter, as much as refers In
Internal Improt emenls. lo llss corntoilten on flfafl
and Canal, and (lie aurplua fund, (o I lie con mil
lee on Finance.
On motion of Mr Steele, n iniich a refers to
imprltnnmenl for debt, In (he committee on the
K7(:mit, Oct. IS.
HOUSE. The rhair announced Iho appoint
ment of lb following rnnintn i'tee
To Ctinrati rofei fir mrcftri nf Cnncrtts : 1-1
Piatriet Messrs Sargtui. Field o,' Wilmincton,
Morgan, Pierce, Wood; 21 Messrs Conant.llrew.
'er, Beemin, Smiih ot Monition, Msv ; 3 I district.
Meiaia Marcy, Palmier, Fnllerton.Stehhin. Hatch;
4th dialriel, Mens Sawyer, Miles, n-i:li.J iwUrn,
Pee; Slh district, Messrs Dewey, Fa thanks, Put
win, Hal! of Grolon, Scott,
On Ikt Committte lo form joint ru!r Messrs
Tracy and Foot.
. Tb rtnort rulri nf Ike Ihuu Mcatrs Smiih of
Si. A. Tracy and Foot.
UnJlnliSal Hvtinff Mcisrs Hale, Chipman,
Adama nl Grand Ile.
The Senate came in, and bnti Honrea in jojr.r
COmmil lea proceeded lo elerl Jml(is of the tin
prem Court, with the fullouin reaults :
Senalor Pierpoinl maninaled
Hnn.ttlAKLF.5 K. WILLIAMS,
for ChlclJnstlce, and he una elected nnanimonidy.
Senator Howe nominated, for fir.t Ai.tnnt
Hon. STEPHF.N IIOVCE,
no ne waa una til inm, rl elccled.
Mr Foot nominated
Hon. SAMUEL S. PHELPS,
for Meond Aaiietanl Justice, and he waa unanimous
Mr Teck nomlnaleil
Hon. JACOB COLLAMER.
aa third aaiittatit Ju.ttce, and he waa uniniinonsl)
Senalor Hebard nominated
Hon. ISAAC F. REDFIELD,
ta fourth aatiatant Ju.tice, and hn waa elected tin.
The Sonata withdrew, and the Hnutc proceeded
The memoriala of inhabitant of Thetford.acainsl
liceniinp the snle of ardent spirits was presented.
Mr Filch mnmd ita ierercncc to a selcrl com
mittee nf nne from each county, (Lamotle inclu
dcd.J acreed lo.
UHU InlroductJ. fly Mr Marcy, a bill in addi-
lion to tho school acls relerrcd lo the committee
on Education;' by Mr Whitney, inrnrpuratinsr the
BrittVjnro Typographical Co- referred to the
committee on Manftrlures, by Mr Curtis, lo pay
iiccnan Carxnler a certain sum referred
to tho eommitlPc of claims ; by Mr Foot, con
lorminj mo manner Of ck-clins r. S, henalnr lo
the new organiraliou of tho legislature; ice
read tnd ordered to be en;;roaed for a third rcid
log on Monday moronic next; b) Mr Eaton, lo
incorporate tho hnoshurch Deet Siigsr Manure
turinj; company referred to committee on tn.tiii
On motion of Mr Foot, reaolved, the Senatp
eencurnnp, that the bcnaln hate the same power
of appointing Librarian heretofore eierciied by ihe
Gor. and Council,
The committee on the resolution, to appoint an
asituol Secretary.reportrd it. favor of the adoption
of the tame.
Mr Smith of St. A. said ti hid been fntitid by
tbe commillee on examination lhal it would not be
eonrcnienl for th Secretary of Stale umier Ihe
new orgamrttion, to perrurm h o'utie in ihe Hou
naually performed by (hit officer. Mr. S. alro in.
tlmated that it would become pror In revue the
Mt 6itn; th salary of Secretary ofStale.
Tbe reaololion was adopted, and the House pro.
ceeded to elect an assiatant clerl. Mr Foot non.
loated J. U Duck, and Mr Filch nominated D. P.
J. L. Hiick, 117
D. P. Thompaon 00
T. Thompson 1
Mr Whitnsy rvaenled a rcpnrl from tne Initi.
lutioo for the insioe. nd propo.ed thai it be refer
con.era.tton tn.oej .0 to the power of joining Me i
f, ...-.r!.r.i-r. ..!.
Snate In ihe commillcV- en thai natt
motion ai vtiibdrawo anvl tbe reference agreed to.
Hou adj. .
2 u'eiocV P, M.
SENATE Mr Phelps introduced a reflation,
which psd. asking of the Commander in Chief
copy of the annual returns of the Adjourn and
lotpoctor Gmeral and Qnarler master General
oi aay other inf.innalmn in hn possession relalite
la tb prssnl alrenplii and coodtllon of tbe mtlilia
fcf this Slate, accotapaoyine tb it.olttlon with re
jBri. Mr WaUan ietrodocod ctaotiMi. rafcrrij to
Ibe JudKart -..iottllrJ IIms sukjeti r inmle b
biej Ihe b'allolinc for Senators, and tbe iniJe by
rncli ibey shall le nelioed of ibetr rltctiwn, and
ftllinr acncics in ll.e Senate. Read and rrferre-d
accordincly, nb Icaie to teport by bill ur other
.l.e. Mr Pierp"lnl imrodofrd bill, to rrpcal an act
reqHiriny certain bills lobe filed in the oCicn ol
Secretary of Slate. Head ihe first and urnml
litnrs.aud ordered lo be rneoeil and trad a third
lime on Monday (ierniMn.
On inoitonof Mr, Steele, the mil ws eallrxl
nd the boarilmc houses and No. of roi'itis of Sen
atots taLen, when
The Senate adj.
1 oVIi'tr. P. M.
HOUSE T'" Speaker annoumed Ihe appoint
ment of n.cfn Whitney, Nrcdlnoi nftlruiol, and
Fai'banLs, cmiitnitue on tl.o tcut of the atylutn
or the insane.
A iiUHiber ofmemerlals, praj Irr.' for the prohibi-
tun oflioenserf for Hie sale of anient sHnts, nerc
presented and referred lo select committee raiscil
upon Ihe subject this inrrriitij;.
Mr Ibukoiastcr ititroduccil a rrni.luticin relerrtrip
to inucb of the GmeiiiotV Messspe as iclntes to
ihe torpids revi'iiue conini from ihe General Gov
ernment, lo a ejicl rninmttli'd of five, with instruc
tions lo report a bill In accordance nith the tecoin-
memlatuin oflbo .Mivsape.
Mr Koiilh of Si. A. nt,. en . I I tint lime lor ro
ll ction f ti'iiild be yneu to a Mibji t of audi tm
piitlnnre.and inocd to lay tho refculutiun on the ta
ble : apteed to.
.1r Fool introduced i hill to repeal a cerluin act
relsttnt; lo hawkers nmi pedlr ruluircd to Gen
Mr Sarjsnl ws discharged from the committee
lo canvass the niei in tho first ConirrcMotinl
district, and Mr. luitiey appoinleil in his place.
Mr Nccdham of B. introduced a rcMilutioti re
ferruij; so timcli of Iho Governor's ineu.-npe an to
InVh to common schools, to the cr.mtnittuc on Ivl
ucalion ; adopted.
The enmmitten on unfinithed business made re
port, and Ihe a r i 1 1 1 1 k matter were referred to the
appropriate commillccf , with tho following 'ex
Laid on llir TiiUt : Hills and petitions for bank
at Perkinsville, Sptinpfielil mid Proctmsville ; hill
and ppltiiori of Luther Kendall, rnnroruitip; the
rights of witiipsr-cs ; lull uinkiri' an approptiatioti
for repair of Sli' arum; inon.iriiN ol Preside! t
and IVIIowe of uldli'biiry f'ldlegr : bill anneAiug
part of Chester, Sptingfidd and Weatlierefteld to
llaltiinore; hill to ineorporati; Iho Rutland ami
MiiMlebtiry Hail Rond Co. bill reducing into one
til" several arid relating lo the city of Vcrgontie :
bill it King plari'M holding courti! in Addimui (.oi.titi;
lull in addition to the act regulating wo'il'IiU and
measures; bill to incorporate tht D:mvillo Ily
dianlic Manufacture ().; Ihe bill annexing part
of Waltrford, St. Juhtiobury and Concord lo Kir-
Dirmiiied Petition of the Fiunkliu artillery Co;
petition ot Win. Wheeler unit others ; petition of
Sen ere lleeile nml reinonbtraneo of John S. Lara-
bee, (Mr Dewey protected against Iho d'suitsfion
ol pennon willioul a bearing as an exen iM; ol
liiiwur wilhi'ut r'mht ; !ia he i! tlml the riylit of
petition was sacred; J bill lo incteasR the bounty
Tho lull to annex part of Jamaica and Towns-
he'nd to Acton waa teferrcd to Ihe next eoasion of
The bill relative In Ihe catablUlunclit of tnonas
teriea were referred In the Judicary committee on
motion of Mr. hhearcr.
The Audit ur in the Treasury made reports on
Ihe Treusurv and school fund, which were read.
i tin rcfoiniion providing lor a reporter was
r ailed up, and on motion of Mr Iluclmntnr, di!.
missed, House adj.
MonT. Oct. 17. 1830.
SENATE- The journal of Saturday having
The Senate proceeded lo the consideration of
motions and resolutions
Resolution! Uy Mr White, that a committee nf
one Scuator from each congressional destrtct, to
join Ironi Ihe house, be appointed to canvass the
vote for member of Congress, laid upon the la
hie. Ily Mr Pierpont. propotiug an amendment to
ihu rules; passed. Ily Mr Young, instructing
the committee on rules, to inquire into Ihe expe-
uiency ot ailiipting eoinc measures for a prompt
ind epcedy dercismn upon cases of contested elec
tions, and teport them ; pasred.
Mr Pierpont called up the resolution of Mr White
and otlored an amendment, which waa tceypted bv
Mr W. The resolution passed.
A resolution from the Hoin-o fixing on Monday
next fur the election of supnrtntendaut State Pris
on. Auditor of accounts fee., on motion of Mr
Uitgcs, was amended by eraainir the word next al
ter Minday and inserting the '2 1 A xnttunt, and the
resolution, as amended, wa concurred in bv the
Tho President announced Ihe appointment of a
"o,o,(,f to tnnrau thr vol,, fur Memhrri nf
"""S""! ' wisirici Mr VVInle, 2,1. Mr Main.
mnndf 3d. Mr Phel).s, 4,11 Mr Yan Sicklen, fitli
The Hill, introduced by MrHriggs, providing for
i he repeal of an act mentioned, was read and re
ferred lo Ihe committee on Ihe Judiciary.
Itriotutioir.lly Mr Urigge, raising 'a cuinmit
tee to examine into the bills ol expenditures in
curred errcting tho n.w Stale House. Laid on the
Mr Converse, inlrodaeed a bill, making habim.i
drunkeness, among the offences, oood cane with
the Judge of the Supreme Court for pr-nting bids
of ditorco. Refericd to the committee on the Ju
diciary. Mr Purler introduced a bill, in addition to an act
incorporating Iho inhabitants of Springfield, lie
ferred lo ihe Judiciary committee. The bill, in
troduced uy Mr rorler.inoirporiiing the lllack Itiv
, " " J""" -I SU.
W0 for " r" company iii tie ,,nu.
,, - ,..,.,, ,.r...i . i i i ,
isnure ot inacinna ami nam cards, was road and
' . f . a
leterreu lo me committee on inauufaetuics.
The commillee on jvmt r-jle made report, vthich
wts read and adopted.
The bill .ent up from Ihe home, direelin- the
'node of electing Senators in Congress frorn Ihia
.Slate, was read and the Senate resolved lo concur.
And the bill, from the house, proiding fur Ihe ap
pointioent ofa Librarian and Hung itt term of or.
bee, laid upon the lable.
Mr Wat.on. olTered a reo!ml9rl relating to the
roftd 0rV'' U bL V' ,b fc0U"!
IIviUaE or eiigi'rfs'' siijl'tn . -rf l in -)
of fleeting U. S. SvtutoT, re itad ihe thitil
Imie and pasted.
Hills IntrcdaetJ ni rrJirriJ. fly Mr 8.orSt. 1
A. for the relief ofihe lownol Susnt.'.yti the com-
tuillee of Wa) and Means; by Mr Yllaa, in aildl- i
lion to Ihe acts relative to Ihe joatlres of Ihe peace, 1
to Judiciary committee; by Mr Dee, lo annex
Ilulburl's Island to Georgia, In select couunlllee of
thicc: by Mr Smith of St. A., in addition to acls
lelatitig lo bills i f Jirerce, to the Judiciary com
iniiire ; by Mr Sawjer, fur a field piece to the
Green Mountain rompsny of Stne, t.i the coin
inillro on military ofTots, by Mr Whitney, relative
to Ihe ullage ol Uranleboro', to ihe cenetal com
mittee; by Mr Conatil, relative lo licenses fur
fircueses, Ue., lo the jroticral cointnniillet' ; by Mr
Eslon, lo pay Oantel Stone, and A. H. llaker, a
certain sum. lo n-i.mi nee hi military afToifs.
On mull'in of Mr Curtis, resolved I hat a select
committee of one fr,nu each county be appointed lo
cou-lder the expediency ol eqiiclieing Ihe sjeteiu
of making tip the grand list ; and on this mutton,
thi! bill on the sau.e subj-'d referred on Saturday
In the gent ral committee, w as rc-conidcred and
referred to the r elect ctuninillee.
On motion of Mr Fool, the several aubjects of
the, Governor's iricesapc tvetc referred to the ap
propriate ctinttli'tei a ; the portli n relative to the
surplus was referred to a select committee from
csi li count v.
I'i-lillimi Krfrirrd. Of fleet men .f Vernon. for
abatement of lux of to ihe commillee ol
Waysi and Means; ! Valedoma Co. Grammar
School, to iho Judiciary committee ; for n piece ol
arlilli'ry.MorriMown, romuiitteo on military all'airs;
of inhabitants of Whiting, Sheldon and Em.sburgli.
to the eeVct committee on Iho subject of licensing
the sale efenleot spiiila ; of:S2o ctttzenn ol'Slnrks
borough, piaving tn.-lriiclioim to our U. S. Sena
tors to v. te for abolihiig elnvery in the District
orColiitulita, lo a aelcc, comii.itiee of 0 ve ; lor
tax on Ne virk, to Latil I'.ix cum nitte t ; ;' A i
dicw Spalding and oilers, fur the niii.i xaltuti ot
llrlgl.toli to Oilcans Co., to the Gtnelul u tuinit
len ; f t land lax on li' glitou and Newark, to lutul
On motion uf Mr Giodale, that part of the Gov
ernor's message to'miig to imprisonment for debt,
was leferred to the eonmittee of insolvency.
A resnltiton from tie House for a joint meeting
on Monday filue ilaj) lo elect Mipcrin'eiideul ir
Slate Prison tie. was returned by the Senate with
n proposition lo tlx ihe 21, h ind. as the lime ; a
mendment ro.,eure'il in.
The I ill Bnnexinir i pnrl ol Si Johnsbnry, Con
cord and Waterloril t, Ktrby, wag lulerred loa re
Icct conuniitee of thn'e.
A ini'scagc was received from Ihe Senate, trans,
milling joint rules fur Ihe Government of both
houses in joint committee, fi?.
The committee appointed to report rules of Ihn
Hoiieu tnade report, mil Ihn rules after aniendmeM
The committee on joint rules made report, whlrh
wan laid on I'n- uble, mid the (same) rules adopt
-d by the Semite, were concurred in.
Mr Foot introduced o resolution, iuslructing the
eoiumiltee on Education to enquire into the expe
dteoey nf n eit(-rnpbirnl nod n tyiuriiiliO'til Htir
vey of Iho slate j scried to.
"! -i.i,i. u M
SENATE Mr Howe, a icmiI n raising coin
initleii to designate the moms to be occupied by
committees of both house s ; passe'd.
Mr If. called up the resoltition relating to cxpen
dilures for the Slate House; withdrew the rosi
lutinn and offered a substitute, instructing the com
millee nf Finance to inquire and report the ex
pense a'ready incurred, mid the appropriation still
necessary lo bo made fur tho completion of the
house. The sub.uituto was adopted.
Aleesra Howe White and Young were appoint
ed, on the pari of the Senate, a commillee to se
Icci joint committee, rooms, in pursuance ofa reso
lution introdiierd by Mr Howe.
The engrossed bill repealing an act requiring
certain petitions to bo filed in ihe office of Scciu
lary of Slate, wai read a tnird time, and on tno
lion nf Mr Pierpont, committed ftr amendment;
the bill v.aj commuted to Mr Pierpont, ind so a
mended as to five it immediate efTcl ; and so a
A resolution from the house, for concurrence,
giving to ihti Senate the same power in rcLtioti to
the appointment of Librarian as formerly passed
by the Council, was read and concurred ; when
Mr Henry, on suggestions made by Mr Pier
pont, moved to reconsider the vote. The motion
lo reconsider prevailed, and the motion was laid am
A messago was received from the house, in
forming the Senate ol the concurrence oftha house
on tho amendment proposed to the icolutiun, fix
ing the lime of appointing a supcritilendant of the
Mr ll'ivve called up the resolution providing fur
the appointment of a Librarian, and remarked that
he understood this appointment lo be with his Ex.
the Gi.v jrnr r, util.-ss a new law were passed upon
the subject. Ho thought it better to leave the
power of his appointment, where, in his estimation
the law had wisely and safely placed it.
The quciition arising on concurrence with the
house in tho passage of the resolution, was carried
in tne negative.
On motion of Mr Pierpont, the rules were sue
pended, in relation lo the lull dttecttng the man
tier of electing Senator ia Congress; and the till
was read a lli.rd time and pissed.
On motion of Mr Pierpont, tho committee on
loll., to be constituted joint cm, ..hire, was ap
pointed by tl.c President Committee, Messrs Hub
bell and Converse.
Mr Converse introduced a resolution, instruct
ing the committee on the Judiciary to niqune into
Hie expediency of providing by lav fur certain ca
sej jf disagreement of upiiti.ni among :hr Judges
of iho Supreme Court tti Ibis State. Resolution
pissed, ami ttj0 Senate adj.
HOUSE. On mnti.n of Mr Filch, resolved In
raise a committee of fik0 , P,me Ihe accounts
of Ihe aupeririledant of the Stale Home, and in
quite what other expenditures are liece,,,ry.
The petition ( ,(, inhabitant of Granby, vva
retorted to the select comrnittc. on ihe mbiert of
licensing the salu ofspints.
Mr Foster introduced a bill to pay Daniel War
ncr a cer.ain sum referred to ih'a committee of
The reoluuoo fiucg a day lo yo into county
conventions wis celled up. Mr 8tmth r.r St.
moved Vdaesd-y enernooti next. Mr Goodale
totntd tc lay ,t n the tath-. Ktr, Baith, Pk
14" y r, It t K-nssipf . Fin Ji. ll.e, an.) llwell
opposed, and Messrs Gt...J.lr. Cohuian, Whitney,
Foot. Cloiigh and Dtwry, -iipp. rted the inoUo i .
and it wa. carried-aic. 130. tvus 83.
a . .. .i r. r ii.
A message waa received fn.ni tbe Senate oflta
concurrence in pasing the bill regulating thi v
lecil.m oftl. S. Senators.
A bill finin the Senate, to repeal that part of
the art relating to petitions In the General Assem
bly, requiring ihem to be filed in Ihe office of the
Secretary of Slate, at read aud referred to ibe
A resolution from the Scnain, providing for a
j ml cominittcv to designate committee rooms, was
The chair announced the following cnnitMtlce
on rncros.cd bills-Messrs Col'jy and Fullcrlon.
Tuv.dat, Oct. 11.
SENATE. Mr Pell introduced a resolution
in.titictjng the cotninll'ce on the JuLictaty lo In
quire into ihe expediei cy nf providing by law that
the annual reports fttnti the Slato Treaautrr, Au
ditor of Accounts in the Treasury Department,
Hank commissioner, and Superintendent of the
State Prison be made through the Governor, to
both branchet of the Legislature. Passed and re
ferred to the Judiciary committee, with knvc tu
report by bill or otherwise.
Mr Young introduced a icolotion, asking for
inqutiies aa lo the importance of providing for the
prelection of minora in uiBiiufHctitnug establish
ments ; passed and referred lo the cmnuilltec on
Mr Hebard of the judiciary committee, made re
pott upon the lull,rt ferred lo the committee relating
to Ihe writ of Habeas corpi.s, that the present luvv
made all the provisions necessary upon that subject.
Report concurred in and Ihe committee, discharge,!
from nny further considerations of the subject.
Mr Urigge, un the conimittlce of rules, made re
port of rules on the subject of contested elections
of member of iho Senate Report concurred in,
aud the rules reported, adopted.
Mr Merrill, nfler explanatory remark, introdu
ced a bill, in amendment of an act directing the
mode of election of Governor, fcc. The bill was
read the first and second lime, and on motion of
Mr Pierpoinl, referred ton select committee of 3,
lo be appointed by the President.
This bill proposes important alterations in the
existing law upon the subject. It contemplates
tho opening of the polls at 10 a.m. instead of 1
r. M. am! ex'ends the lime lor hnllotting from two
lo four hours, wi h the view, ns he sniil, lo enjoy
ilavlioht tnstend of daikness, for the discharge of
the important duties of ficriiicu, and especially iu
accommodate elderly ami infirm people, in tho en
joy tnent of their sacred rig'ils.
Mr Hubboll asked that the committee on the ju
diciary might hn discharged from further constdera
lion of the subject of ihe elect. on of Seniors.
Committee discharged, and the subject referred to
i lie select committee, raised on the bill introduced
ihis morning by Mr Merrill.
Mr Brieg-, of the committee on the Judiciary, to
whom was rulerred Ihe bill in relation to what shall
be deemed a leg,il settlement, made report that Ihe
same oiiphl lo pass. Hill rend Ihe 2d time. Sen
ale acting as in committee of tho whole, and no
sineniliiiunt being offered, the bill vvss ordered to
DO i-ugrossscd and rest1 a tlord turn) tomorrow
Mr Uell introduced a bill, in addition tc. the act
rela:inglo jails and julors, and regulating the
price of board, Sic. Read and referred U the Ju
diciary commit tec.
On motion of Mr Pnlmer, Senate adj.
HOUSE. Hills htioJiicnl. Ily Mr Fitch, to
alter the naineol Anderson Hurt, reod Iw ue and
ordered to a third reading; fixing fees to jail keep
ers for hoard of prisoners at 50, referred lo
commillee of ways and means; by Mr Vilas, to es
tnhlisha co. Grammar School at Johnson, lo cum
mittee on Education ; by Mr Uuckiiias:r. to dis.
I continue a road from Shrewsbury to Holland, lo
j com. on Roads and Canals ; by Mr Dewey of G.,
I relative lo writs uf certiorari, to Judiciary com.; bv
j Mr Field of W., in addition to several acts consti".
j luting Supreme Court, to Judiciary coin. ; by Mr
Smith ol St. A., lo incorporate the Franklin Co.
Steamboat Co., to coin, on Roads and Canals; by
Mr Peck, iu addition to ihe teveral acts telal.ng
to the Judiciary, lo the the Judiciary com.; by Mr
Fullerlon, to incorpoialu llluclt River marhlo Co.,
In committee on mamifdcliircs; by Mi Crowley, lo
provide payment to officers for truvel in conveying
the voles for Senators lo be ciuvusmhI, laid upon
the table; by Mr Foot, providing for classification
of pupils, &c. in one or inoio districts, when expe
dient, lo com. on Education.
lit solutions. Uy Mr Itacon, inquiring into ll.e
expediency of exempting stock of meclixniis fiom
tn.xatio.1 adopied : by Mr Dewey of G., fixing
Weduecday next, 10 o'clock, to elect U. S. Sena
lor Mr Vila- moved lo lay it upon tho table.sup
ported by Mr Peck and earned; by Mr Trucy, for
a select committee to inquire ns lo the services and
compensation for three years pust of lljnk coinmi
sinners and inspector adopted ; by Mr Foul, in
structing Judiciary com. to inquire into the expedi
ency of fixing salaries of Secretary of Slote and as
sistant Secretary, Cleik of the lluure end assistant
The Speaker announced the standing Commit
It'iitis mitt .Veins Messrs Dewey ofG., Has
well, Adams of (J. I., Nash, Whitney,
Claims Messrs Consul, Field uf Ncwfane, Vi
Ins, Harrows. Hunting.
Ihnks Messrs Hale. Austin .'Pildeo Iti, l,,,l
oi u., .nay ol Westtniiislej.
Judiciary Messrs Tracy, Smith ufSt. A., Foot,
I Peck. Marcy.
; Military JJiiht Messrs Cuahman, .Martin,
j Wood, Miitsey, May of West Fairloe.
J Iliad aud Gwats MrsttK Fdi's-nks.Shermsn
JuiUot,, South o' (.'., Whilelait. '
, hiolcrnry- Messrs Needhani of H., Fullain,
I Smith 1 1 II., Uu kuiaster, L.irlts.
! .Jrru.,,eMess,s S.ebbin', Nil,, Edgerton.
Divi.il, Richmond of I!.
j Mani-J-.ieturrs Mo,srs Car..pb..,l, Sawyer nf It
' Uecn.an.Scoll of'., Sanfor.l.
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It,.... I , "yero; JI.. Jen.ton,
" r ' L;,(?''"'Si"-v-'''-
s, I vu t " 7" n,rl' 0,'we-v' "
IV 'i ." m 'V.5'"","' '' '''"I'to-n, Ueavii, Carpenter of
HeVne. '' ,,Br,nun' ,,OHe 'n."rieu'jurg,
... . .....
...u.,u,.cs.r. r iei oi Wilmington, Urea
ter Eaion L.wre,., 1 j.ch,.
;M'T l'r,,llorf " ni D'n'
r-.nfctonconty; Nearell od-J Dallock, W,rr!b,.n ;
J U ile.u ami Ct.,lsi, It'oUnl
(rood, WtmLor , Ellsworth '(, M nd Htp
I Hatch and Ihcnn, Oranee Parker .'t!7 ii A"" "
irnde.t; C.dy and Srnti, W..Wni.?n ; V
i u-... r.i... .... ., ' " "'"f",n i Kail ii
Way. Caledonia ; Gr.sA old and Dee. Franl,
l.siir-e. and Hinm.n.Oile.n.. S,h..lT.nJ Ap
ton Lvex; O.Holnch aud ll.Tnes, Grand
.on, Paul Woodbury, Drake, Nlch!.. 8a,,": Ad
ams, of Nurthtield, tluck, Corse. M ,o,c.
Jvteph Somcrby, DiH.r keeper,
C. U. Stcbbins, Mo'-cnjer
Wi.i, S. lltirnhaui, 1
L"tt.an Rubloe, S ofSccu cf iho H. use
Oel UilHr.g. )
On motion of Mr Sergeant, the cvnmill'rr f .
lections had leave to til durinir the iiiu.,-r.s .
A. aikcd lo t ccutr.l r,
ssrvice on tin- Judicts-ry comiuillee not rri"ttd.
Mr Uoodsle cnlled up the silsprnded bi ! ( ,'
bolishing fur imprtsurnpiu for debt, and after aoino
conversation between Messrs Ooodale, Needha.o
of U. and Ttacy, in wlm h it was lnto.i,l n... ,l.
i bill was out of ihe power of the House. H ati i j
' lliififl tltn tt.litu
On .notion of ,f Tracy, a me muwl agnrri.l tb.
ettabiirhuieiit of inonister.es in tins Slate, was re
ferred to a .elect committee of three ; and a uu
mortal from sundry Ireetnen of ibis Slate on e
same subject waj referred to ihn same comtnli.es.
number of meumrUI f.,r prohibiting the n 't
of ardent spirits Were presented, one read on m .
lion of Mr Fitch, and refericd to the select c m.
tuitiec on tho subject.
An Recount of II. W. Miller, dtsailowed by it,4
auditor was referred lo the committee i.r Clairr.,
A petition of Luther Frost for a laud tax ,',
rcferied lo land lax coiinniitep ; o pn'llton t,f i. .
leclmen of Charleston thai the minister tight i
said town be appr.,priated to icho.ls, was refenrJ
to coinmiilee on Education; n petition ol the Vt
Institute nt Hinesbnrgh, to Ihu some coirfiriinej
On Ihe joint commillee lo deripna'e cmnmiitri
rooms, Messrs Vilas, Marcy and Dewey ufO. wer,
uppointed. ' Adj.
2 o'clock, P. M.
SENATE Select committee on Ihu bill prov!.
ding for the rnodo of election of Governor, kc.
Mersrs Murrill, Pierpont rind Young.
Mr Phelps olferid a resolulton, asking of hit Ex.
the Goveitior, copies of the report of the comiii.t
I lee lo settle the eonceina of ihe Stole Prison, aul
n Ihu a copy of the superintend nil'- laport for tho
current yea-; rend mid uu inuliun of Mr Pierp'jtit,
hi id upon the table.
Mr lliimmmid olfered a bill, incorporating tht
(Jreen Mountain Iron Company, at Umndon. Ree l
and referred lo the committee on manufictuics.
Mr Converse informed the Senule that the act
directing the mode of electing Senatora lo repre
sent this Stale in the Congrese of the U. S.
been presenied to the Governor for his liguaturc,
, uct. to, teas.
Mr Urtggs olfered a hill incorpora'tng the bMn.
i bury manufacturing company, for the nianiifuclure
j of woolen nml cotton L'oods. Read and refctttd In
Ihe commilten on tiiHiiufactules.
1 he cleik of the house iufor ned the Senate tint
the house had comjiirred in the 'ctuluti.in for do
signaling joint couuutteu rii'itns, by the oppuint.
rnent ofa commiltec on in pari, for' that purpose.
Ur Ueckwith olfered n hill, directing tho Statu
Treasurer to pay the town nf Sutton the sum thcra
in mentioned ; referred to committee on claim.,
The Senate adjourned.
HOUSE, The following commuters wero an
On the surplus rrtrnurMi tne Fuol.Nash, Hsr.
mot., AiIjius, Dewey of (J., Fairbanks, Peck, San
ford, Hale, Hopgoud, ,jy uf W., Sargeatil, ami
On IlTpinditurcsfvr Slatt ILueMesttt Filch
Coiiant, Nash, Richmond uf I)., M ly of Weatmin.
.lc..rs Full mi, Newell and Stcbbim, on the bill
lo annex part of sundry towns In Klrhy.
.1essrs Colby, Smith of H. and Hurris on the
bill lo aur.ev Hulborl's Islaml to Georgia.
Two memorials raised on Ihe subject of iho li
cence laws were refeired In tho select committee
raised on a fimilnr uiemoiial.
Mr Sargeatil, fr the committee of election",
made icporl of two resolutions on the Uerlin cat,
viz: that James Currier u not entitled In a seat,
and that Grin Smith in entitled to a seat. Ur.
Peck moved that the report be laid upon the table i
M' Fitch moved a rcconidcraliun oflhe rcfur
ern e yesterday of Iho subject of the Caledonil
Grammar School lands ; Mr Stevens opposed, and
1r Smith of Si, A. Filch and Tracy supported the
motion, and tt was eirrie l an I the petition teferrei
lo tho committer, on education.
Hills inliudjcrillU Mf Hatch rqualixuiy lfv
payment to the stnie of rank dividends, requiring
IS per cent, from nil banks hereifter charteicd or
rechar'ete-I, to be pill lo the statu on llictr scan
annual Jiti l'-m's tehrred lo ihe committee on
bunks; by M Ilradloy, to chano Ihe name of I'll
llauley, trocred lo a Ibir I roidlng ; by Mr Nichols
of 11. lo repeal t c ael tegiiU'ing Ihe practice if
physic ami surge rv, tcj.-i luJ on lite question of or
lining lo a second teadiig ; n cotiridercd, aud the
hill referred lo I In; committee o i Ed ication ; by
.1r Fairbanks, relative to neighls end mceiurer,
referred to select conn itlee. Tho petition of J.
Loomis, fur indemiiitlcuiiuii for lurte occasioned
' by a suspension act. was referred to Ihe committee
of claims; ol Geo. Nile-, and if William Drown
and o'hers, to counoilti e on I'oad and Canals.
The committee on committee rooms, undo tc
port which was si copied.
The Uink Inspector mado report, which wis
laid upon the t ilde without tesding.
j The reference vestcrday made upon the petition
i to annex Jnt'hl'Oi to E-ex county was reconsider
ed, ami the petn,i,.i was referred I the member
; from Orb-en and E-sex Couulie.
M' Dee. askc-il lo be dieehirged from the com-
i,,.-.,.-ri ,., u,4s.f iqi ioo rsui, iisi -raoeu, suu
Mr Vheeer as appointed tea place or. b Vtt.
. M- Smith of Si. A died ,, ihe bill nov.d.flZ
r"r l)"'eul of presiding ..rfii.e.e of lowu rret-
,... f.,r lorwauli,.!. Iho ...-e. for Ken.lort to ibe
,,nty clcrk-ud pr-iHued sun-lry .mendineoU,
wh.ch were ag-eed to, and ihe bill re.foired loll
' coinouHec .f Wytid M:,nr.
.1, S.nforu mimdmed . relation, llui tU
teneral com.n-ie b- in .iructed to inors Into tb
Uxpodiency 0 lim,,, lb n-jro-r of Juelt.w ef