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THE RUTLAND HERALD.
Rrpvrtt ttmmttfy Jodiciary eoMmiltee,
tfca fell relating to tietoaliog bou, relative to
attachtnent ef bay scslr-a ordered to a 34 trading
fiMt tlx btlli ellHelohtiroilatlon of action
-b flottf of Jaisd tii extending Jurin.ictifn
f constable in sJJil'.wn In the school sets snd
rrUUef to limited twrtru-rslip, and Ibey l e-v-rally
Uil r be theeomujillee f Claims, the
kill lo ftty tether 8 Iwrnham ir.1.1, ordered lo
a 34 reading; igiiMtlln petim-a cf Moee 1'itV
k sfcd he hid leere lo withdraw t I ho bill to fty
Jibm Dwyer rd Adolphos Pol 420 09, fsri
eing from iLt suspension acti.J Mr Tracy remark
d tUt k was sjetnsl the bill, t least until tbe
principle should be decided lo pjr the clsim, ami
tailed fartba yeas and nay, w htch were taken,
after fsw rcmsrks for the bill by Mr Smith of St
A. ayes 120, noei03 and the bill was ordered to
t5d reading. Adj.
2 o'clock, P. M.
SENATE .Vroir.frrn. the llouir, tbt lint
body bid concurred in the rMolutionorthe Henate
Mailing tli number of Juatiee of thr peace.
Manorial, introduced by Mr How, fur probi
bit loo of tbe traffic In ardent piril ; referred to the
select committee1, raised on a similar memorial
from tbe inhabitants of MlddUbury.
HOUSE Petitions referredOf eititens of
Drldport, New Haven and other, to commilteo on
licenses; of Tbomi Mansfield, to committee of
Ways end Meane; of John (Jo, to select commit
tee of five.
BUU iWfrWwerf By Mr Flsgg. 1 incorporate
Chittenden Co. Grammar school at Riclnnnnd, re
ferred to committee on Education ; by Mi Duncan
in addition to ecbool acta, referred to the aame
Mr Eaton called up the bill locating the county
Wildings of Franklin county. Mr Smith of St. A.
moved to dismiss the bill, and supported the mo
tion in remarka at length ; Mr Eaton replied
when the motion wss withdrawn, the bill laid upon
tbe tab!, and the Home adjourned.
Fmdat, Oct. 28
SENATE DHU By Mr Pierpoint, providing
for the printing and distribution of tho jnurnala of
the Senate ; read twieo and laid upon tho table ;
by Mr Kinsman, incorporating tho Iltrre Manufac
taring company capital toek $2(iO,UOO.fnr man
ofacturing cotton and woolen goods: read twice
and referred to commutes on manufacture ; by Mr
Ranney, incorporating the Weal Townacnd Won!
en manufacturing company capital atoek $50,
000: read twice and referred to committee on
Mtttaet, from the noose, that that body had re
considered the vote of yesterday, concurring in the
resolution limiting the number of justices of the
peace, and reaolved to non-concur.
Resolution, by Mr Converse, providing for a re
vision of the statute lawe of the atato, referred to
Mr Watson inquired if it would bo in order to
move a reconsideration of tho vote ycttcrday, on
tbe resolution limiting tho nomber of justice of the
reace ; deaciaion of the chair, that it would not be
in order, the resolution bating been aent to, and
cted upon, in the other house.
Pttitiom, By Mr Wataon, of Nahum Peck and
ethers, taking aid for a literary seminary ; by Mr
Tennsy, aaking an appropriation for the benefit of
Newbury Seminary ; both referred to committee
Mr Howe called up the bill to prevent circua ri
ding, and spoke in favor of supporting the decision
of tbe chair, appealed from Mr Bell. Alter remark
in support of tho decision, by Measra Palmer and
Fierpoiot, end by Mesers lie II and White againat
tbe ehur was sustained, vess 22, iNaya 4.
HOUSE The petition of Sylveater Deming waa
referred to committee on manufactures.
BilU htroduttdBy Mr Peck, to pay O. H
Smith a certain sum, reterred to committee on
Claim ; by Mr Hale, relating to bank com
miaeionera, referred to committee of Ways and
Mr Curtis moved to rsconsider the vote dismis
tog the bills relatite to school sets sgreed to, and
tbe bill recommitted to the Judiciary com,
Mr Brewster introduced a resolution limiting
Ibe number or the juaticrs of the peace 4 to
population of 600 and leaa fl to a population of
1000 and 10 to population of 1500 and over,
tod dom to be appointed from the legislature. Af
ter considerable discosaioo, tbe resolution waa laid
upon the table.
Mr fieedbam moved lo reeontidcr tbe vote of
yesterday upon a resolution from the Senate de
daring it meipedient to appoint more than twelve
justices of tbo pesce in sny town ; sgreed to, snd
tbe House non-concurred in tbe resolution.
KesnlWions by Mr Stevens instructing commit
tee on Agriculture to inquire luto the expediency
cfaoact to encourage agriculture adopted ; by
Mr orsua oi m. instructing committee on Military
afiaira to inquire aa to the orgeniialion of militia
tn companies in certain towns adopted : by M
Needbacn of B. instructing comnrlttee on mannfac
turee to inquire into tbe expediency of further er,
touragemenl to the growiog of silk adopted
The proposed amendment of tbe rules of the
liooee, waa 'ejected.
MrBawyer o.rR. introduced a bill to eneoura-e
Ibe destruction of crows, aod a motion to dismis
was pending, wbtn
-T-l CI - .
iotdsuis cjiso in, ana ooin Houses in joint
cotamiiiM, processed lo consider county nomina
none, ana tDe lollowing appointmenta were made.
PeUrS.Taft, ? , .
Henry Wbeelock, $ Assistant Justices.
Gatea Perry jr. Shemff.
Calvin Townsley, High Bailiff.
Alexander 8. Campbell, Stales' Attorney
Marshall Stiller, Wsltar Eager, Wm. R Shi
Abel Hubbard, Jnspecter of Hop.
Tbe nominations fur Wisdsor county were pre
sented end on motion to refer back tbe nomination
of Justices of tbe Peace, on the ground ibat more
then twelte had teen nominated for Weatberaficld,
H discussion ensoed as to the effect of the joint
resolution, which bad osc beta adopted by both
Hooms, aod afterwards non-noncarred in by the
iiooee. Ssnstors Pierpoint tnd Hebtrd, tnd Messrs
Stwyex of II. Hale, Smith of St. A. Tttej aod
Qoodaie took pert in the dUeussioo, aod (he mo
tion arts wttiidrawai. Mr JJuckmatter renewed the
rooties, bd after furtber discus. im the jolct cam.
ttj. to hall past 1 r. f.
Tie HiKise resumed tbe bill to encourage tbe
dfttructM'ti of erowe, and tha rootiwn to dismiss wsa
negstlsrd, 05 lo 07, and the bill referred to tt'e
GtMral couimtDittre. Adj.
a ..'cluck P. M.
JJ( Ulro-UcrJ. H Mr IVrpoInt, rlalii.g to
cootestrd eleclitma, resd twlcr, and referred to tbe
torn, oo Judiclsti by Mr Bell from the commit
tee on rdorstion, a b,U designating ttic duties fl
Surtrycr Genera), county suneynre in each county
and fractal defitv aurvejota the euneyor Gener
al to recene $3 00 per day, tlm county surveyor
f'i.W in foil comprvsallun. Tina bill was re-
portrd by the committee in purauanco of the reso
lutirnofMr Vjut.g, and is undcmtooJ lo hate
been drawn by bun. It makes it the duly of tho
Sorc)ur General to appoint the county surveyors
d when ncct-srary, authorizes him tit appoint
special deputy ur depulics requires him lu sut
ler and make coriect and proper chart, plan and
surtey bills of all utilocatcd land, which shall be
granted by the. alate, and within one year to estab
lish a true meridian line in each comily, and erect
permanent monuments of the same, and keep a
record of the uctiation ol tbe cornpasH-ncedio Irum
esch true meridian at the ticno of its cstablixhment;
and the tame of csih o! the county suueyurs as tn
their conipase-iiccdlc all inftriinients furiiished
by the stati, lo bn kept in good repair and handed
over to siicccs-iur. Its nasiai;c lo a second read-
ug waa supported by Mr Voung, in a speech of
somo length, rxplaiuing i's provisions, end enfor
cing the importance of Its passage, to the caure of
education, of science generally, and the cctirity of
the public. Head a second time and laiii upon
Pttition, by Mr Hebard. of N. W. Kingutn , re
ferred to com. on finance.
fi7 Mr P.crpoir.t called up the bill providing
for the printing of the journals of tho Senate ; or
dered lobe engrossed for a HJ reading; Mr Hub-
ueil called up l tie bill relating to interest, on motion
of Mr'Brigga committed to the Judiciary commit
tee. Mtivtry in the Dlt'ricl of Culumhiu The Senate
look up tho resolution on the subject, when Mr
Porter moved that it be indefinitely postponed, and
on the question the ayes and noes were demanded
by Mr Granby ; yean 13, noes 10. On motion of
Mr Palmer ordered to be laid on the table.
Mitnorial By Mr Henry, of the officers of the
3d Regiment 1st Brig, a-'d 4th division of I lie mi
litia, referred to the committee on military affairs.
HOUSE Pttitiom Of Win. Bridges tnd oth
ers, read and referred to Gcu. com. ; of Jnbez P.
Holder, to Judiciary com. ; of Lewi Lvmau and
others, to com. on roads and canals.
Messrs Conant, Field of N. Vilas, Barrows and
Hunting were appointed committee on petition of
A meatagc was received from the Srnalo of the
passage of a resolution rescinding tho resolution of
yesterday, relative to justices of the peace ; Houte
A resolution was adopted, instructing commil.ee
on roads snd canala to inquire into the expediency
ol surveying the eastcrnwestcrn and central Rail
IfilU intrwturcd hi
Rutland Light Infan
military affairb in a
diciary committee to incorpora
ufacturing Co. to com. on manufactures to
Geo. j,. Hodge?, to com. of Claims; by Mr Mer
cy lo incorporate Hartford manufacturing Co. to
com. on manufactures.
Rrporl$ of committee By committee on Educa
tion, tbe bill incorporating literary and scientific
institutions, ordered to a 3d reading ; against the
bills providing for central achools in :wo or more
districts and in addition lo the acta relative to tho
praclico of physic and surgery, and they w ere dis
missedby Iho select committee, against the peti
tion of P. Dooliltle for a county poor house, and it
UheSenste came in and the joint commilteo pro
ceteded to make the following appointments.
Wm. C. Kittridge, 3
Nathan T. Spracuc, S
Ira Parsons, Sheriff.
A. W. Reed, High Bailiff.
Solomon Foot, Slatea' Attorney.
Win. Hall, Judge of probate for the Diatrict of
Almon Warner, Judge of probate for the Dis
trict of Fairhaven.
Robert Pierpoint, Luther Daniel, Wm. Fay, jail
Samuel W. Porter, , . . , . .
David Pierce. J Assistant Justices.
O. P. Chandler, States' Attorney.
John S. Marcy, Judge of probate for tho district
Thomas F. Hammond, Judge of probate for tho
district of Windsor.
Benj. Swan, Walter Palmer, Eliphalet Dunham
Samuel II. Holley, ) , . .
Calvin Solace. Assistant Justices.
Azariah Rood, Sheriff.
D. A. Collaincr High Bailiff.
E- N. Brigg. Sines' Attorney.
Samuel Swift, Judge of probate for the district
Harvoy Munie:i, Judge of probate for ih Ai.
trict of New Haven.
Ira Stewart, Dorastus Worcester, Joel Dooliltle
commissioner fur iho Jail at Middlebury.
John Pierpoint, Elliot Sherrill. H. B. Seymour
commissioner fur the jail at Vergeunc.
Joseph Marsh, . .
Wm. Wood, Assistant Justices.
G. A. Allen, Sheriff. "
J. P. Ricb.rdaon, H. B. Stacy, John C. Gray,
John Allen, Inspector of Heps.
Geo. Green, f
Austin Fuller, C Ataialant Juatiee,
Jeptha Bradley, Sherift
lUchvrdA Sbattock, High Baitiffi
wn )' FrV'Sute" Alt0'neJ
of Geor'gu " f P'UU fof lbe JU,rict
Oriille Kisnptoa, Inspector efHoj
Jacob Bales, Sheriff.
K. G. Strong. High Bailiff.
Charles Story, Slatea Attorney.
Jorili Wifgln, Judge of Probate for tho dis
John Killain, Joseph Wiggins, Joseph Chapman,
Cheater Carpenter. Inspecter of Hope.
Henry Stowel. ? Alti.,m JtJ4llce.
Joseph " aterman, )
Almerin Tinker, Sheriff.
Lullur II. Brown, High Bailiff.
O. W. Butler, Slate Attorney.
Daniel Dodge, Judge uf Probate for the dialrict
Geo V. Gates, Asahtl Raymond, S. S. Jones,
David Campbell, Inspector of Hups.
Azariah Webb jr.,
Brigham Pike, C
Grccnleaf Webb, Slmriff.
John Sc'iotr, High Bailiff.
Win. Hewoudjr. States' Attorney.
Hoyal Cutler, Judge of Probate.
Timothy Fairchild, Wm. Rich' John Dudg-, jail
James -May, Inspector of Hups.
John M. Suwlcs, ? , . . , , ,.
' ... Assistant Justices.
Samuel Adams, 3
II. II. Reynolds, Sheriff.
Geo. W. Goodrich, High Bailiff.
Hector Adamn. Stales' Attorney.
Joel Allen, Judge uf Probate.
Ehiiu Parks, Ira Allen, Wm. II. Ilusscl, jail :oin
missioncr. John Reynolds, Inspector of Hop.
The committee adjourned to Tueiday afternoon
The commilteo on Education reported against
repealing the act of 1820 relit no to phyeicians
the House, refused to diimiss, 110 to 75, and the
bill was ordered lo a 3d reading; the bills in ad
dition to tho school acts, and to incorporate a
grammar rcliool in Johnson laid upon tho table.
The com. of claims reported the bill to pay O. II.
Smith ordered to a 3J reading. The com. on
military affairs reported a bill to furnish a field
piece to Green Ml Artillery -ordered to a 3d read
ing. The Judiciary com. reported against repeal
ing the act against fraud in choscs in action dis
missed ; sgainet allowing Stanley Bagg to hold re
al etlato in Vermont. The Gen. com. reported
the bill repealing tho fox act tho house refused
to dismiss, 117 to 54, and it was ordered to a 3d
Saturday. Oct. 20.
SENATE lirpcrti uf eommittet$By Mr Shel
don, the bill providing for an asylum fur the pour
in the county of Franklin without amendment, or
dered lo bo cngrofscd fur a 3d reading; by Mr
Urigg, tho rcnolutltin providing lor a rtivUiuti of
tho statute law, rucumtnoiiding no provuimi for
purposo the present session; the bill relating
interest, with proposed amendment; Messrs
was ordered to bo engrossed fur a 3d reading.
Yeas SI, Ways 7.
Bills By Mr Phelps, iccorporating the Ascut
ney Iron Co. read twice, and referred to committee
on manufactures; by Mr Watson, relating to Nota
ries Public and to proteats on inland bills of ex
change, read twice, Mr Watson explained iho pro
visions and object uf the bill, and it was referred to
tho Judicial y com.; engrossed bill, providing for
printing the journals of tho Senate, read a 2d time
Menage from the home, of its concurrence in re
scinding tho resolution, limiting the number of jus
tices of the peace; and had paused a resolution as
signing a day fur electing an inspector of Banks and
agent lu settle the concerns ofVt. State Bank.
Mr Pierpoint moved to amend t lie rcsuluiun by
striking out the words intpecler of Banks, and in
sert in lieu theicof a committee to examine the several
Banks he. Amendment adopted, and the Senato
concurred in passing tho resolution as amended
substituting Tuesday fat Monday, on motion of Mr
Mr Morrill called up the bill relating to tho elec
tion of Governor, &e. when Mr Porter offered an
amendment, proposing to strike out the whole afier
the enacting clause and insert the amendment
proposing as a substitute fur tho bill. Amend
merits read, and afier explanation by Mr Portcr,and
remarks by Mr Watson, bill, on motion of Mr
Young, was laid upon the table.
Mr Pierpoint called up the bill to pay Abner
Harris the sum mentioned, claim growing out of
acts of suspension, Mr Palmer suppoiied the jus
tice of the claim, on tho ground of tho unconstitu
tionally of the acts of suspension; laid on Iho table.
HOUSE Bilis introduce by Mr Foote, to in
corporate Rutland Manufacturing Company, refer-
cd to committee on Manufacture; by Mr Kellogg,
fur tho distribution of the laws to general commit
tee ; by Mr Sears of R., relative to the admission
of attorneys, rejected on 2d reading ; by Mr Vilas
appropriating riu. -f certain land to Crammer
School at Johnson, referred to Judiciary committee
71 to 62.
Resolutions. By Mr Smith of M., inatructimg
delegation to congress relative to slavery in the
District of Columbia laid upon the table; by Mr
Buckmaater, iuquring as to tbe expediency of ad
ditional regulations as to papers adopted; by Mr
Carpenter of W., fixing the 4lh of November for
adjournment of both Houses laid upon the table.
Rrporlt of committees By tho committee on
Roads and Canal, recommending an appropriation
for survey of different rail road routes 300 copies
Mr Filch called up tbo bill reehartering the bauk
of St. Albanr, the question being upon the amend
ment of Mr Fitch, retaining for future legislature
power to revoke or titer the charier. The amend
ment was supported by Mr Filch and oppo,ed by
Messrs Smith of St. A. and Sargeant.'wheo Mr
Field supported it Jn a remark or two tnd moved
to lay the bill upon the table; after discussion by
Msr Switb.FisId Dewey of G., Buckmaster and
Tracy tbo motion was rejected, ted (bo diaton
T'otnM upn tb, taniatu, topprted by
Messrs Filch, Need ham cf Briatol tnd Field, and
opposed by Mer Tracy and Smith of Si, A, and
negatived, aye 00 noes 103 Mr C. K. Field
moved thst the bill be postponed to I lie 3 I Monday
of Oct. next motion supported by Mr Field and
opposed by Mr Foote, and withdrawn. Mr Firld
moved an endiiicnls, 1st making director individu
ally liable fur corporation debt, Cd, transactions
always tn be ocn lo inspection, and 3d, that after
January 1S40, lb bank issue no small bill.
2 o'clock, P. M.
S EN AT V. Uill$ By Mr Porter, rilatmg lo
trials for forcible entry and dclalrier,read tw ice and ,
lefcfrcu to Juuiciary com.
Reports of Cummilttet By Mr Van Sicklen.fiotii
tho cummitlve on finance, bill relating to Littler!
iheir offico and duty, wjth proposed amendment,
laid upon the tabic; by Mr Vuung, from tho cum
mitlro on roads and Canals, a report on that part
of His Excellency's speech relating lo rnil road,
Embracing a fund uf important facta sud reason in
i'avur of an appropriation for surveys, which wss
rcid.and laid upon lliu table; by Mr Phelps, from'
the committee oil military affair, the bill to rcprnl
the act exempting members of Engino companies
from military duty, that the same ought nut 10 pa
in definitely postponed.
Mr an hicklcii ca,led up the bill relating to
Lisle r, which was read twice and laid utuui ih
Report of the commissioner appointed to attend
the annua! examination of the University of Ver
mont, w aa read, giving a fuvo.ablu account of the
Institution, its condition and prospects.
Mr Henry, from the committee on manufactures
reported the bill incorporating Iho Went Towns
liend manufacturing Co. without auiciulnif nt, pas
sed to be engrossed; incorporating tlm Bennington
printing manufacturing company, with amendments
reducing its capital lo $200,000, laid upon the tu
ble; incorporating tho Farmers manufacturing Co.
at E. Bethel, with amendments, which were concur
red in, and tho bill passod to be engrossed.
The Batik commissioners report was read, giving
an account of the condition of tho .survey Banks id
the State, a table of which has already been given;
all well managed and in a soon d and solvent
state, according to the report; referred to com. on
Memorials- lly Mr Converse, from the ladies
uf Bethel, and from Benjamin Abbot and others
referred to committee on the subject uf temper,
A bill by Mr White, incorporating the Brattle
boro manufacturing company; read twice,aud re
ferred tu committee on manufactures.
HOUSE. Tho house resumed conaideratiun of
tho bill to rccliarter the Bank of St. Albans, the
question being upon the amendments proposed hy
Mr C. K. Field. Tho first, making directors liable
for all debts beyond the amount of the capital stock
and after discussion, by Messrs Field, Fitch and
Ncedham of Bristol, for, and Messrs Smith, Dewoy
.and Peck against,Mr Adams of G. I. muved lo a
mend the amendment by substituting "stockholders'
for "directors" ne gntived; and the question wan
put on the amendment, and it was rejected, ayes
67, noes 03. Mr SL of St A. moved to lay the
vvholo matter upon the table agreed to.
The report of Bank Commissioner was referred
and Bank Inspector, was returned from tho Senate
with a proposition to amend by substituting a com
iiiittro to examine tho Banks not under the provi
sions of the act relative to Banks, in place Of 'In
spector of Banks' and aUo fixing Tuesday instead
of Monday the House concurred.
Reports. By Iho committee of Ways and Means
bill relative to Bank Commissioners, ordered to a
3d reading relative to jailor's fees, laid on the
table. The select committee reported against an
nexing Brighton to Orleans co., and the House con
curred. By the Judiciary committee, againat in
quiry ns to More's Charity School. By the com
mittee of Claims, bill to pay Harvy Bell 81405 97,
ordered to a 3J reading- By General committee.
against bills forbidden appointment of members of
either house to country offices and relative to for
feiture of lumber 011 banks uf Connecticut river
dismissed. By select committee, bill annexing
part of Highgate lo awanton, ordered to 3d read
Mo.nuav, Oct. 31, 1830.
SENATE. Tho bill to incorporate the Frank
lin County ARyluin fur tho poor was laid 011 the
Mr Van Sicklen called up tho bill ascertaining
the principles en which tho list of this Stato shall
be made, kc.
Mr Pierpoint moved to recommit the bill lo the
committee ou Finance with instructions to report a
bill containing but two columns, the one fur real
and the other pcrtonal property without specifying
particular articles. Laid on tho table.
The Clerk of the House appeared and informed
the Senate that the House had passed a bill to pay
Lyman Whitman the sum therein mentioned ; to
pay Clara .1ernll ihc sum therein mentioned ; to
pay John II. Olin the sum therein mentioned ; to
pay L. S. Burnham ihc sum therein mentioned with
a proposal of amendment; that they had concurred
in the amendment of tho Senato to tho resolution
for iho election of Bank inspector tic; also in tho
bill providing for publishing the Journal of the
Senate: and also in tho bill relating to the power
of tho S. Court to grant bill of divorce, olao the
bill relating to probate courts.
Mr Porter renewed the motion to amend the 4th
section so as tu provide that when iho number of
inhabitants in any town shall exceed 2,000 it shall
be the duty of tbe civil authority to meet before
the hour of opening tho freemen's meeting to de
termine who are legal voters Sic. which was agreed
2 c'clock, r. sr.
SENATE. The bill to incorporsta tho Castle
ton manufacturing company was taken up and the
amendments proposed by tbe committee were con
curred 111 and the bill ordered to be engrossed fur a
The bill to incorporste the Salisbury manufactur
ing co. was taken up, amendment concurred in, bill
retvd a 2d time and ordered to be oogroeied for t 3d
The bill to incorporate the Bennington .Ifonu-
fscturiog tod Printing Co. wit read a 2d time tod
i aTiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanBwiiffn mm I, lunui
A bill to tnMrpsme tl Weil To ATahii
Woolen .Vanofactur ing company wss rrsd a 'L.fi
time tnd passed.
Vr Brlggs ctlled ripiht bill rrtaling to imrt,t
and It was read a 3d time and on the qt'ctittn tf
tls passage .lfr Pierpoint iemandrd In ym lvj
nay, which were as follows 1 jra 10. tttn 7
So the bill was passeJ.
iJi7 introJuetd. By Mr Hubtt il.a br concern
ing the election of Senators in vnonti.-s e(Trctd It
tho orgsnltation of iho county of Lainuihr. Ha.
fcrrcd lo the Judiciary commute.
HOUSE. Rosolulid.f. Hy.ir Cunts instruct
ing the genernl coinimllo lo imjoire into thrrr.
dienry uf providing for filing Ihc charters of certain
towns in thi. State in the odico of Secretary of
The bill repealing ll. (x act was reject-don
the 3 I reading; also Iho bill trpa!li)g the acls rel
ative to physic and surgery.
The engrossed bill pajm,- cr rta 11 individual
certain sums, taxing laud in certain town, snd st
bill incorporating literary and aclcntinc aociailona
were severally pasted.
Several bill were reported and disputed uf a
Oidt red to a third reading. To pay Arannah
Waterman I l,r 62 iirundimr thai
preme Court shall not hereafter account for err-
vain u-u. axcepi when exceeding um ur $200 lo
pay S. B. Booth.
liil upon thetalle. To py George T. Hodge
8207 27 in abolish Imprisonment fur debt n
lending limit or Jail yards to Ihc Hunts of the set.
Tho bill repealing act of 130 relating to luipm.
onment for debt waa dismissed. Adj.
1 o'clock, p. y,
HOUSE. The Se.ialc came in nnd both Houses
in joint cuinmittee pruccrded lu make tho rolloivinz
John II. Cotton, aupeilnlcodent State Prison.
John H. Cotton 130
Daniel Bo wee
BUU passed. Tho bill frjru the Senst fixing
Jailor's pay for board of prlsoneis nt $ 1 f,0 if
week from April to December and &i from Decern
bcr in April; relative to Bonk commisionrs.
Bills. From Senate to incorporate several man
ufacturing companies, referred lo committee on
manuiciurcs; 10 incorporate Rutland Railroad Bank
laid on the tabic and undo tho order uf the day fur
Reports. By committee on Banka, Mil to incor
porato Bank of Brandon Mr C. K. Field moved to
limit the charter lo the term of ten years, negstir
ed, and the hill made tho order fur tomorrow mum
ing; that the bills for banks at Cattlvton and Brad
ford ought to leftned to Iho next ivasion, and tbey
vvero laid on tho table. By committee ou manu
factures, to incorporate the Beet Ruut Sugar Man
ufacturing company, .laid upon tho tab'.c.
Mr Buckuiastor called up tho resolution relatut
to the surplus, and proposed an amendment, iutirus
ting com. to report a bill fur dupoiiting tho surplui
in the treasuries of tho several towns in this stilt,
in proportion to population ; laid upon the table.
... . .
.nt vuas suomitted a motion to reconsider tin
uayrejecting the amendment '.u tht
it to the future ic
dient to pass a law at thisi
sition of the surplus, and instructing the com?
pon a urn 10 provide tor receiving the surplus men
ly. Mt Foot supported tho resolution, 00 lbs
grounds that it was not certain what sum, or even
that any amount at all, would be received snd
that further time would enable the legislature tu
gather tho views uf the people.
Mt Fitch moved to lay the resolution on ibe ti
ble, for the purpose of considering the resolulioa
proposed by Mr Buckmaster. He waa prepared tu
act now, and carry out the recommendations of tlm
Governor's message. A distribution among the
several towns for the purpose of education, he con
sidered the moat just, equitable, and praper dispo
sition of the surplus revenue.
Mt Dewey of G. opposed, tnd Mt Buckintttsr
supported the motion, when it was withdrawn, sod
a motion made to dismiss by Fitch, supported by
.Messrs Buckmaster, Needham ofB., Dee, Smith ol
St. A, Goodale Peck, and opposed by Minn Fool
aod Dewey of 0. when the House Adj.
TumPsT, Nuv. 1,
SENATE Surjilui Revenue A resolution bj
Sit Briggs, that tho surplus revenue that may lib
to this State, bo appropriated lo the use of comtai.i
schools, in the several towns in this state, in pro
portion lo their respectivo population; passeJ, sol
referred to the cornmittee.on'fance.with instruction
to teport a bill.
Bills By Mr Bell to prevent circus riJiog aoi
theatrical exhibitions. Mr B. rcmarkeJ that (lit
prohibition contemplated, waa loudly callnd for b;
the interests of the Slate; referred to the Judiciary
com.; by Mr Phelps, incorporating the Middls
Falls manufacturing company at Windsor, csp'.til
$100,000 referred lo committee on manufacturer.
Riporu of Committers By Mr Steele, the bill
in favor of the town of Vernon; read a 3d ttmeanJ
passed; by the select committee, incorporating tU
ullage of Woodstock, ordered tu be engrossed
fur a third reading; by the Judiciary committee,
bill relating to protest 011 inland bill ofoxcbaDja
without amendment; laid upon the table.
Mr Porter called up tho bill in relation to elec
tions asd stated amendments which he desired ts
submit If iho vote of yesterdey, were reconsidered.
At the suggestion of the President the uninin-x"
conient cf tho Senate was given, and the amend
ments proposed by Mr Porter, declared in ordei
providing first, for the calling of Freemen's meet
ing at 10 A. M. adopted; 2d providing for adjourn
ment without day, approved also; thst a questiofl
of adjournment shall not be Itkon daring toy bal
loting negatived ; 3d by Mr Wbite.Jto strike oU
tbe provision for adjournment, with an election cf
repreaenlttive, tdopted. Tbe senate concurred is
these aod other tmepdmtnts proposed, aa in com
mittee of the whole without furthsr action;
HOUSE Petitions. For Bank tt Jobnios, la
committee 00 Banka; tha trustees of Essex coo&ty
grsmmer school, to committee on education; of 1 W
ladies of Chelses.to comtnitte on Iifen;ofCI&
Weaver, to Jadlcitry cotamitto. of nichek' of
MontpHr, to commute oo lutia; sysua,
BilU. By Mr Beteh, taring sMaaboU totkJ'