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' Senate adjourned. HOUSE. " Prayer by ihe lie v. E. Smith. Daniel Ashley of Hurtland presented his cre dentials was sworn and took his seat. Resolutions. By Mr. Partridge, declaring that it is expedient to postpone the consideration of the revised statutes to the next session, and providing for furnishing each town with the printed copies of the revison ; laid on the table. By Mr. Brown, for a committee of three to make , further inquiry into the state treasury ; passed. The resolution for an adjourned session was made the order for tomorrow morning. '' Petitions; tj-c. Remonstrance of sundry voters of Windham and of Gardner Jenison and others, referred to select committee, on annexing part of Windham to Jamaica; &c. Petition from males and females, town of Chester, referred to com mittee on Temperance Memorials. Of 244 voters of Walerford, for removal of Caledonia County buildings, referred to members of that County. The accounts of Albert Stevens, Hiram Earle, of ficers of the lG.h Regiment and others; referred to committee on Claims. Bills. From the Senate, to settle boundary line between Westminster und Athens, referred to the General Committee j in addition to act incor porating Windham County Mutual Fire Insurance Company, referred to select committee of three, and Messrs. Stork, Wells and Lynd, were ap pointed the committee. In addition to act taxing lands in Chittenden taxing lands in Hydepark severally passed ; repealing act for rendering turnpike roads, free roads, passed. The Governor, by Message, communicated the report of the Superintcndant of the Vermont State TVison, and an abstract of orders drawn by the au ditor of accounts against the State; which were referred to committee of Ways and Means. By Mr. Brigham, in addition to acts relative to di vorces, (six months residence in the State requir ed of petioners ; referred to the Judiciary Com mittee. Reports of Committees. By committee on Military Affairs, bill for relief of G. Conger, or dered to a third reading. By committee on Man ufactures, bill incorporating East India Iron Com pany, with an amendment. A minority of the committee, also made a report, against the bill, on the ground that the private property of stockhold ers was not holden; bills and reports laid on the table. By General Committee, bill relating to hawkers and pedlers, laid on the table. The House resumed consideration of the sub treasury resolutions, when Mr. Partridge conclu ded his remarks in favor of the resolutions, and in n general defence of General Jackson and of his successor s administrations. When Mr. Part ridge concluded the House adjourned. Mor.D.v,2 o'clock. Senate. Message, from the Governor trans inkling the Adjutant General's report, referred to the committee on Military aflairs. Bills. By Mr. Pierpoinl, incorporating the Rutland Rail Road Bank, read the first and sec ond times, and referred to the committee on Banks ; relating to "certun state, officers," report ed by the committee' on Banks, without amend- 1 . I 1 . t i mi i tii . ment react a tniru time and passed, lhis bill is among the revised statutes and requires the Sec retary of the State to sign Proclamations and Mil rtarv Commissions; of "application of the Gener a! Assembly ; ordered to be engrossed and read a third lime ; of the settlement of paupers," re ported by the committee on Judiciary without amendment, read a third time and passed; ol "county officers, " reported with proposed amend ments, which was considered in committee of whole, the first amendment non-concurred in, the second concurred in, and the bill, as amended; re ported to the Senate, read a third time and pas fed; of "Probate districts," reported by the committee, with proposed amendments, which were adopted, and the bill read a third time and passed. Bills. From the House, repealing the act ren dering turnpike roads free roads, referred to the committee on roads nnd canals ; laying a tax on lands in Hyde-park of three cents per acre ; in ad dition to an act laying a tax on lands in Chitten den, severally read twice and referred to com- rniUce on land taxes. The Senate'Resolved toconcur with the House in requesting the Governor to appoint Thursday the fifth day of December next as a day of thanks giving. Reports.--Mr. Lawrence from the committee on Military Affairs in obedience to a resolution of the Senate, reported the following expenses of me military establishments lor the last year. For Courts Martial 118 00 For Military Drills 4,909 41 To the Adj. and Inspector General 175 96 For printing commissions, &c. 161 49 $5,361 89 Revised Statutes. " of poor houses," reported by committee without amendment, read a third time and passed ; of " powers and duties of school districts," read the first and second times, and re ferred to committee on education ; of " instruction to the Deaf and Dumb, and the Blind," read twice and referred to committee on education ; of " lay ing out, altering and discontinuing Highways and Bridges," read the firsthand second times, and referred to the committee on roads and canals. Adjourned. I' HOUSE. Thechair announced the following committee, lo report on the state of the Treasury : Messrs. Brown, Norton, and. Martin, . Petitions. Of Windsor and Woodstock Turn pike Co.., to committee on Roads and Canals ; of inhabitants of Ryegaie, to members from Caledo nia county ; of sundrv voters nf WnnfUi.b i Sect committee on the petition for 'a repeal'of the charter of the village of Woodstock.' Resolutions. Mr. Dillingham called up the res olution, to devote afternoon sessions to the con sideration of the revised statutes: Mr. Partridge moved to lay the resolution on the table, nnd sup ported the motion, opposed by Messrs. Tenncy. Dillingham and Miner. Motion rejected when Mr. Partridge . moved to amend, by substituting his resolution, for a postponement of the whole matter to the next session ; the motion was ru led out of order, and the original resolution was passed. Revised Imws. The House then proceeded lo the consideration of title 1, of the revised stat utes, concerning elections, which had been approv ed . and reported by the committee ; twice, read nnd referred to a 3d reading to morrow afternoon. Title 2, Chapter .2, of the organization of the THE House of Representatives ; aino.ndod by lixi:; the limn of mealing of the House at 10 A. M., and ordered to a third reading to morrow" after noon. Chapter, 10, of county property, was re ferred to General Committee ; title 5, Chapter 9, of counties, and title 3, of the scat of Govern ment and public property, were referred to com mittee of Ways and Means. Tittle 2, Chapter 5, of promulgation of laws, was referred to General Committee; Chapter 4, of construction of stat utes, Tas laid upon the table ; Chapter 3, of ap plications to the General Assembly, referred to committee of insolvency; chapter;' 8, of certain state officers, was referred to the General commit tee ; Chapter 17, of poor houses, referred to Gen eral committee ; Chapter 15, concerning paupers, referred to Judiciary committee; Chnptej 12, of Probate districts, relerred to Judiciary committee. The Governor, by Message, transmitted the annual return of the Adjutant General Bills. By Mr. Hodges, repealing part of act amending the act incorporating the Rutland and Whitehall Rail Road Company, referred to com. on Roads nnd Canals. By Mr. Aldrich, to estab lish cast line ol Brighton, relerred to General Committee. ny Mr. Kice, relative to witnesses, referred to the Judiciary Com. Adj. Tuesday, Oct. 22 1839. SENATE. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Fowler, of Greenfield, IN. Hampshire. Mr. Robinson asked and obtained leave of ab sence, for Mr. Harvey, from and after tomorrow morning, until Saturday morning next. Bills. By Mr. Foster, providing for the incor poration ot Hanking Associations, ihcbiiiisa copy of the New York system. The bill was read twice and referred to the committee on batVks ; repealing the act rendering turnpike roads, free roads, read a third time and passed ; laying a tax on lands in ilydepark; laying a tax on lands in Chittenden, severally read a third time and passed. Message, from the Governor, transmitting the non-acceptance, by General Martin Flint, of the office of Sherifl'for the County of Orange. Revised Statutes Chapters, 3d. 19. 14, oP "ap plications to the General Assembly," of "instruc tion to the Deaf Dumb and Blind," and of "Vil lages," were severally reported by committees read a third time and passed Chapter 21, of "Highways and Bridges," Chanter 22, of "Fer ries," Chapter 23, of "Turnpikes," were severally read twice and referred to the committee on roads and canals; Chapter 2, of "courts of chancery," read twice and relerred to the Judiciary. HOUSE. Resolutions. By Mr. Brown, authorizing the committee on Temperance Memorials to occupy the Hall ot the Mouse ot Keprescniative tor its meetings: opposed by Mr. Fisk of W., and Mr, Hodges, and rejected. By Mr. Bard, instructing the committee on Education to incorporate into the revised statutes that part of the act relating to superintending committees of common schools; Mr. Bard said he introduced the resolution mere ly to test the opinion of the House, so that the committee may be advised as to their action on the subject. The resolution was opposed by Mr. Partridge and Hodges and rejected. Mr. Blodgett had leave of absence from and af ter to morrow morning. Bills. By Mr. Fairbanks, to pay Joseph Rol lins, referred to committee on Claims. By Mr. Hazen, to provide for the payment of certain offi cers and soldiers called out on the northern Iron tier, 1838-9; referred to committee on Military Affairs. By lur. Mattocks, relating to imprisoned paupers, referred to Judiciary Committee. By ivir. Liamb, reviviner tax on Granville, referred to Land Tax committee. By Mr. Butler, for the re lief of Abel White, referred to the committee on Claims. By Mr. Sprasrue, repealing 3d section of the act of 1S3S, abolishing imprisonment for debt, referred to the commitiee The engrossed bill taxing; lands on Judiciary, in Greensboro' was passed. Petitions. Of Trustees of Newbury Seminary, to committee on Education ; of A. Ringham and others, against the infliction of capital punishment, read and referred to the Judiciary Committee; account of Reuben Page, Jr., and petition of Leb- beus Egerton, referred to the committee on Claims. Remonstrance of 50 voters of Sheffield, against removal of Caledonia County buildings, referred to Members from that county. Account of I'xiah Bacon, to committee on Claims; petition of Nc hemiah Bradley and others, ol Peacham, for a re- charter of the bank of Caledonia, referred to com. on nanus: remonstrance oi loo voters Jianet against removing Caledonia County buildings, re ferred to the Members from that county ; of inhab itants of Worcester, to committee on Slavery; of 340 inhabitants of Middlebury, and of inhabitants of Y indsor, referred to the committee on lemper ance Memorials. Reports of Committees. By committee on roads and canal5, bill relating to Rutland and Whitehall Rail Koad Company, the object ol the bill being to repeal the section of the former act wHich pla- ces the charter under tue control oi tuture legis latures : Mr. Butler moved to dismiss the bill supported by Mr. Partridge and withdrawn. Mr. brown moved to lay the bin on tne laoie anu make it the order for lo morrow morning, agreed to. By Committee on Education, bill lor pur chasing five copies of Hutchinson's new Map of Vermont, ordered to 3d reading, o7 to JXi. liy Land Tax committee, bill to lay taxes in that part of Cambridge, formerly a part of Sterling, or dered to a 3d reading. By Select committee, bill in addition to act incorporating Windham County Fire Insurance Company, ordered to a third reading. By Committee on iianks, a se ries of resolutions which will appear hereafter; laid on the table, made the order of the day for Thursday morning, and 300 copies ordered to be printed. By Judiciary committee, against action relative to.siatutes of limitations. Mr. Partridge called up the resolutions relating to the Militia ; Mr. Bard said he was in favor of the resolution, and such was their importance in his estimation, that the voice of the House should bo declared in the most solemn manner; he there fore called for the yeas and nays. The resolu tions were passed: ayes 211, noes 5. The Governor informed the House that Gener al Martin Flint declined accepting the office of SherifTof Orange County. The Senate returned the resolutions for Thanks giving, with a proposition to amend, which was concurred in. The resolution? of Mr. Partridge on Banks, having been reported upon by the committee, and considerable discussion having arisen on the mo tion to lay on the table and print them. Mr. VOICE OF FREK1) r uiiaui moved to ui.iuiiss tne resolutions, and sus tained the motion. Mr. Chandler opposed the motion lo dismiss, on the ground that this series, with those of the Bank Committee, should be to gether considered. After some lew remarks by Messrs: Needham, Partridge and Warner of Newhaven, the House adj. 2 o'clock, P. M. Senate. Revised Staivtes. Chapter 25 of "Supreme County Courts," read twice and refer red to the committee on Judiciary ; chapter 2G. "of Justices of the Peace, a similar reading and rei erence. The Senate went into joint assembly, returned, devoted the principal part of the afternoon to the reading and disposal of chapters of the revised statutes, (which will be noticed as they are acted upon) and Adj. HOUSE. The House resumed consideration of Mr. Part ridge's resolutions on Banks, and they were informally laid aside, for the purpose of proceed ing to the order of the day, viz : The Revised Statues. Chatper 1, of elections, was read the third time ; when Mr. Brown mov ed to commit it for amendment by striking out the 63d section, for punishing persons for know ingly voting when unqualified. Messrs. Brown and Rice, supported the motion, opposed by Messrs. Glosson, Warner of Newhaven, Need- ham, Bard and Dillingham, and it was rejected After various amendments, the bill was then pas- sod. Tko Senate came in, and the joint assembly, made the following appointments: Addison Co. Samuel H. Holley Davis Rich, Assistant Justices. Wm. B. Martin, Sheriff. Harvey Goodrich, High Bailiff. Ozias Seymour, State's Attorney. Samuel Swift, Judjre of Probate for the district of Addison. Harvey Munsill, Judge of Probate for the dis trict of Newhaven. Joel Dolittle, Dorastus Wooster, Ira Allen, com missioners for the jail at Middlebury. Franklin Co. Cornelius Wood, ) . . T , r, . ' Assistant Justices. . Augustus Burt, J Decius R. Rogue, Sheriff. Peabody Keyes, High Bailiff. Orlando Stevens, State's Attorney. Wm. Bridges, Judge of Probate. James Davis, Jasper Curtiss, Bates Turner jail commissioners. A. G. Tarlton, Iospector of Hnps. Essex Co. Azariah Webb, jr., Moses Morrill, " Assistant Justices. Geo. E. Holmes, Sheriff. J. A. Hopkins, High Bailiff. Wm, Haywood, jr., State's Attorney. Jns. Gleason, Judge of Probate. John Dodge, Royal Cutler, Isaac Cummins, jail commissioners. James May, Inspector of Hops. Mr. Hibbnrd objected to the nomination" of Mr. Haywood as States Attorney, on the grounds, first that he declined being a candidata for the office, and second that his connection with the Essex Bank, under the circumstances rendered hiin ob jectionable as a candidate for that office. On motion of Mr. Holmes, of the Senate, the nomin ationofMr. Haywood was referred back to the county convention. The joint assembly adjourned to 3 o'clock, P. M. Friday next, and the Senate withdrew. Adj. Wednesday, Oct, 23, 1839. SENATE. Prayer by the chaplain. Message, from the Governor, communicating certain papers relating to the State Antiquarian Society, referred lo committee on Agriculture; certain resolutions from different stales, on the public lands; resolutions from the State of Indi ana, on the subject of slavery ; severally referred to select committees of three, to be appointed by the chair. Bill. From the House, laying a tax of six cents per acre on lands in Greensboro, twice read and referred to a commute on land taxes. Revised Statutes. Chapter 13, of " town?, town meetings, and town officers," reported by Mr. Swift, of the committee on education, with Sundry pro posals of amendment, which were concurred in, and the chapter, as a bill, read a third time and passed ; chapter 24, of " courts of chancery," re ported by Mr. Converse, of the committee on the Judiciary, with proposed amendments, which were concurred in, and the bill, after inquiries by Mr. Edgerlon, and remarks by Mr. Pierpoint, Kit teridge and Converse, was laid on the table, on the motion of Mr. Edgerton ; chapter 25, of " Su preme and County Courts," reported by Mr. Rob inson. of thy com. on the Judiciary, without amendment, debated by Messrs. Pierpoint, Kit tridge and Converse, and, on motion of Mr. Hern- enway, laid upon the table ; chapter 26, of " Jus tices of the Peace," reported by Mr. Conveise, of the com. on the Judiciary, amended, read a third time and passed. Resolutions. By Mr. Eaton, instructing the committee on education to report an amendment to the existing law on the subject, authorizing the distribution of one fourth part of the public money, for the use of schools, to school districts, in equal proportions, without regard to the num ber, of scholars. This resolution excited an interest ing discussion, by Messrs. Kittridge, Pierpoint, Converse and Tovvnsley, opposed to the resolu tion, and Messrs. Marsh, Edgerton and Eaton, in favour. Mr. Noble demanded the yeas and nays, and the resolution was rejected, yeas 12, nays 16. The President announced the committee on the resolutions from diffelent states, relating to the public lands; Messrs. Edgerton, Kittridge and Eaton. HOUSE. Prayer by Rev. E. Smith. Bills. By Mr. Beach, to annex part of Shel- burn, to St. George, referred to general commit tee. By Mr. Wheeler, to pay Anson JJavis, and by Mr., Baxter to pay Chuncey Goodrich, referred to committee of Claims. By Mr. Partridge, bills relative to duties of overseers of the poor, and re lating lo the fees of town clerks, referred to the General Committee. Petition", &c. Of inhabitants of Hincsburgh, and of Daniel Dale nnd others, referred to Tem perance Committee. Remonstrance of Marshal Mason and others, and of Wm. Coudry and others, to com. on charter of the village of Woodstock. Of select pica of Rinton, to Land Tax Committee. Ol, Resolutions. By Mr. Miner, appointing Tirr.o. Foster, A. B. W. Tenney and Leoi.ard Sargent, Committee to examine into the slate of the Stale Prison und report thereon : adopted. By Mr. Dillingham, inviting L. B. Peck, Esq., one of the revising committee, ta lake a seat on the floor Of the House during the consideration of the revised statutes, for the purpose of giving imy information desired on that subject i adopted. By Mr. Patridge, deferring all legislation on partner ships, listing laws, banks, poor laws, corporations, road laws, chancery laws, &c, to the liext session, and to deposit the printed copies of the revised statutes in the offices of Town Clerks. Ruled out of order by the chair, when Mr. Patridge appeal ed from the decision, and the decision was sus tained by the House ayes 195, noes 10. By Mr. Stark, for the 1st and 2d reading of each of the re vised statutes as have been printed, by their titles only referred to a judiciary committee. Retorts ot Committees. Several reports were presented, and will be noticed in their appropri ate place. Eensrrossed Bills. For the relief of Gershom Conrrer. nassed : to purchase five maps of Ver mont, for the use of the House, dismissed, 102 to 99. Adj. 2 o'clock, P- M. SENATE. Thechair announced the select committee 10 consider the Resolution from the State of Indiana on the subject of Slavery, Messrs. Swift, Adams and Waterman. Bills. Laying a tax on Lands in Greensboro' reported by the committee, read a third time and passed. Revised Laws. Chap, 16,' of the "support nnd removal of paupers," -reported by the committee on the Judiciary, road a third time and passed ; chap. 27, of "common laws," read the first and sec ond times, and ordered to be read the third time to-morrow morning; chap. 24, of "courts and chan cery," called up by Mr. Pierpoint, when Mr. Kit tridge moved lo amend by revising all that part of the chapter which provides for an application to a court of chancery in cases of the attachment of machinery employed in manufactories. Mo tion supported by Mr. Kittridge, opposed by Mr. Robinson, and withdrawn by the mover, and the chapter read a third time and passed ; chap. 25, of " supreme and county courts, called up, amended, read a third time and passed ; chap. 28, of "pro cess," twice read, nnd referred to the committee on the judiciary; chap. 29, of" proceedings a trainst trustees," twice read and referred to com. on the Judiciary. HOUSE. Revised Statutes. Chapter 3, of applications to general assembly, 15 of settlement of paupers 14 of villages, 5 of promulgation of statutes anc legislative iournals, 10, of county property, 6 of seat of government, 7 of the library, and 9 ofcoun ties were severally ordered to a 3d reading. Chap. 19, of instruction of deaf dumb and blind, was referred to com. on Education. Chap. 13, of town, town meetings, and town officers, was referred to the General Committee. Chap. 36, of justices of the peace, was referred to the Judiciary Committee. Chap. 17, of poor houses, being under consid eration, Mr. Partridge moved to postpone it to the 1st day of January next ; which motion was ru led out of order by the chair, Mr. Partringe then opposed the bill, for objections to the bill itself, and also for the reason that the mere read in? of this and the other bills reported by the committee wtiuld not enable the House to act understanding- ly upon it. The bill was ordered to a third read ing. Chapter 12, of probate districts, and 2 of organ ization ot the House ol Representatives, were sev erally passed. The House resumed consideration of Mr. Tar tridge's resolutions on banks, the question being on the motion of Mr. rullam to dismiss; when Mr. Dillingham moved to lay the motion to dis miss on the table and made it the order for Satur day morning, agreed to, arid Mr. Chandler moved that 300 copies of the aforenamed resolutions, with the report of the committee thereon, be printed for the use of the House ; after considerable dis cussion, this motion was laid on ihe table, and made the order- of the day for Saturday morning. Reports of 'committ.es. By Judiciary committee on the expenses of the revised laws which was read : (the expense already incurred is $4000.) By the same committee, bill to pay R. Pierpoint and others (the revising committee,) $3,500 laid on the table. Adjourned. Thursday, Oct. 21, 1839. SENATE. Prayer by the chaplain. Bills. By Mr. Bowcn, providing a salary of $400 for the chaplain of the state prison, in lieu of the compensation now allowed ; twice read and re ferred to a select committee, Messrs. Bowen, Bur gess and Holmes ; from the House, for the relief of Gershom Conger, twice read and referred to the com. on military aflairs. Report. liy Mr. Kobmson, of the committee on the Judiciary, that no legislation is necessary in relation to the fugitives from justice, the revised statutes making the necessary provision on that subject. Revised Statutes. Chant. 27, of" common law," read a third time and passed ; the chapter relating to ' common schools," reported by Mr. Eaton, of the committee on eaucation, wiih a proposed amendment, which was concurred in, and the chapter, on motion of Mr. Hemenway, was laid upon the table; chapt. 30, of " roplevin," twice read and referred to the commute on military af fairs : chapt. 1st, of " elections," sent up from the House, with a permission to amend, in which the Senate resolved to concur ; chapt. 2nd, of "or ganization of House of representatives," with a nro- i r i . i i . , 1 . uuMu i uuienumeni, in wnicn me senate o so re solved toconcur ; chapt. 31. of " denositinns and of witnesses, twice read and re erred to committee nn Tiid i.-.infi- Unn ti '. it J , mini. u., ui jurors, iwico reau and referred to Messrs. Cobb, Chandler and Fos ter; chap. 33, of" new trials," and 35, of" eject .., ... i i . . mum, uvicereau ana severally relerred to Mes srs. McMillan, Kittridge and Curtis; chap. 34, of " ofhetts," reported by Mr. Cotnvr.se, of the com. on the Judiciary, amended, and ordered to a third reading; chap. 36, of " actions of account," chap. 37, of " rits of error," and chap. 38, of" imprison ment," severally twice read and referred to Messrs. Kittridge, Jones and Curtis. Resolutions. From the House, for the appoint ment of a com. of three to inquire into the ne cessity of repairs of the State Prison buildings, ,1 .- 1 . f T m .... icuu, mm, en motion oi Mr. lownsly, laid upon the table ; by Mr. Eaton, of the committee onEd ucation to furnish the American Antiquarian So ciety with copies of the public papers of this Ctate. Advocated by Jl'. bwnt, aid unaftnously passed. Adj. LOUSE. Piayer by Rev. S. Kellogg. The chair presented a third-annual -report of the trustees of the asylum for the insane; referred' to a select com. of four, and 300 copies ordered: to be printed. Mr. Ashley moved to reconsider the vote of yes terday, dismissing, the bill for'purchase of maps; agreed to, and the bill was laid on the table, when ' Mr. Kinsman offered a joint resolution, authorising the purchase of five maps of Vermont passed. Bills. By Mr, Porter for an academy at Hart-, ford, referred to com. on Education. By Mr., Closson, in addition to an act relating to marriage! and divorce, referred to the Judiciary Committee. To pay Louis Soule $3S0 78, ordered to a third reading; annexing part of Orwell. to Whiting,., passed. Resolution. By Mr. Higby, raisingan inquiry, as to the expediency of further legislation on the', subject 'of indictment of towns for bad roads ed. Petition. Of inhabitants of Charlestown and' Slielburu, referred to Temperance Com. The bill relating to the Rutland and Whitehall Kail Road Company, was made the order of the day for tomorrow morning. Reports of Commitlecs.-Ti' committee on Banks repealing act chartering the Bank of Montpelier, ordered to a third reading. By Committee cn Military Affairs bill in addition to militia act with. amendments, made the order of the day for Tuesday morning next, and on the motion of Mr. Partridge, 300 copies were ordered to be prin'ed. By Select Committee, bill for the relief of Henry Damon, with the evidence in the case, laid on th'j table. The House resumed consideration of the sub treasury resolutions. Mr. Henry moved a call of the House negatived. The first question being on the motion to dismiss, was negatived : ayes 3, noes 216. The question then occurred on the amendment of Mr. Chandler, viz. to strike out all of the orig inal resolutions and insert the following; Whereas, the passage by Congress of the law, usually denominated the sub-treasury, would tend greatly to concentrate undue power in the hands of the executive department of the government, therefore, Resolved, that our senators in Congress be instructed, and our representatives requested, to use their exertions to prevent the passage of that bill. Mr. Partridge opposed the amendment. Mr. Thomas moved a call of the House; not seconded by the House, 102 to 95. The question was then put, and the amendment was adopted, ayes 115, nays 107. The question was then put, Shall the resolution pass? Ayes 115, noes 107; so the resolution was adopted. The bill to compensate the superintendent of the state prison was taken up and discussed until the House adjourned. Thursday, 2 o'clock, P. M. SENATE. Revised Statutes. Chap. 32of "jurors," repor ted by Mr. Cobb, without amendment, read a third time and passed; of "offsets, read a thud time and passed; chapter 36, of "accounts," ch?.p. 37, of" writs of error," chap. 33, of "habeas corpus," severally reported by Mr.Kittridge, without amend ment, and ordered to a third reading to-morrow morning; chap. 39. of "grants," twice read and referred to Messrs. McMillan, Kittridge and Cur tiss; chap. 40, of "real estate," twice read and re ferred to Messrs. Brown, Harvey and Waterman; chap. 31, of "depositions and witnesses," reported by Mr. Cobb, and ordered to a third reading; chnp. 28 of "process," reported by Mr. Robinson, with proposal of amendment, when Mr. Tiacy, after remarks of some length, moved to amend the amendment, by erasing from chap, the section re lating to imprisonment for debt, passed the last ses sion of the Legislature. The chair decided the motion out of order ; and the question after de bate by Messrs. Kittridge, Edgerton and Tracy, was decided in the affirmative, yeas 24, nays 4;- and the amend mont was adopted, when Mr. Tra cy renewed his motion that the 63d section be stricken from the chap, assuring the Senate, that if his motion prevailed, he should move to amend the rbnn. bv ernsinn- tbo Kortinn mltrnrinrr tliA I - a 0 trustee process of the last session. The motion to amend was debated by Messrs. Kittridge, Swift Curtiss, Pierpoint, Cobb, Townsly, andTracy, and lost, yeas 9, nays J 9. In the course of this de- - bate Senators spoke of the'public feeling in differ ent sections of the state, in relation to the existing trustee process; and judging from their remarks we should think the system pretty generally met the public execration, especially of that portion of the public who have the misfortune to be poor, and for whose special benefit ihe system was ostensibly adopted. ihe chap, was then read a third time and passed; chap. 41, of ""forcible entry and de tainer," twice read and referred .to Messrs. Cobb Chandler and Foster. Resolution, from the House, for the purchase , of 5 copies of a map of this State. The resolu- . tion on motion of Mr. Edgerton, was laid on tho. table. Bill, fromTthe House, annexing, apart of the, town of Orwell to the town of Whiting, read twice and referred to the Senators from Rutland and Ad-, dison counties. Adj. HOUSE. Revised Statutes. Chapter 24, of chancery, was once read. On motion of Mr. Brown to a nicnd, a protracted and dissoltory discussion arose, in which Mr. Partridge (againstjthe bill generally,) Messrs. Brown. Dillingham, Chandler and others, took par.l. The bill was referred lo the Judiciary Committee. Chap. 10, of the support and removal of pau-... pers, was referred to com. on Insolvency. Mr. Taylor, introduced a resolution for refer-, ence of all bills of the revised statutes, to be refer red to the appropriate committees after the first, reading; laid on the table. Adj. Intolerance. We are informed, on good 'au thority that the session of the Qnrl PrcK,.ir;nn -------...,...v OMj tV IU It church, has passed n resolution, prohibiting noti- ces ofunti-slavery meetings to be read by tbeir pas tor. Such intolerance is eminentlydipgraiw' Nothing but n determined friendsFui. . could have originated this, resob''"- ' slayeJ possible that Dr. Bcecher su-n -tl0n - C? " , rtrkUorrPMaHropist. J,'S Ven tofte