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Mr. Parker of Fitzwilliam moved that the bill be referred to the committee on bills on their second reading.

And the question being put,
It was decided in the negative.
Mr. Quincy moved that the bill lie on the table.
And the question being put,
It was decided in the negative.
On motion of Mr. Chamberlain-

Resolved, That the further consideration of the bill be pos!poned to this afternoon at three o'clock.

Mr. McDaniel, from the committee on Incorporations, to whom was referred the petition of Horace Chase and others, by leave, reported a bill entitled an act to incorporate certain persons by the name of the Hopkinton Village Aquiduct Association.

Which was read a first and second time;

Mr. Hall of Tamworth moved that the bill be referred to the committee on bills on their second reading.

And the question being put-
It was decided in the negative.
A motion was made that the bill lie on the table.
And the question being put-
It was decided in the negative.

Ordered, That the bill be read a third time 10-1norrow afternoon at ihrec o'clock. On inotion of Mr Chamberlain

The House adjourned.

AFTERNOON.

The House proceeded to the order of the day upon bills of the following titles, and the following resolutions, to wit :

" An act in favor of the Fitzwilliam Artillery Company."

“An act allowing to the first company of Light Infantry in the 6th regiment of New Hampshire militia an additional number of

“ An act to incorporate the Miller Guards.”

" An act authorizing an increase of the members of Engine Company No. 1, in Claremont.”

arms.

"An act to change the name of the town of Peeling to Woodstock."

“An act to incorporate School District No. 12, in Warner." "A resolution in favor of Josiah Stevens, jr. and others."

"A resolution making an appropriation for the education of indigent deaf and dumb persons of this State." Which were severally read a third time. Resolved, That they pass and that their titles be as aforesaid.

Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate therein.

The House proceeded to the order of the day upon the bill entitled an act in addition to an act entitled an act in addition to an act to incorporate the Easteror Railroad in New Hampshire.

On motion of Mr. Treadwell

Ordered, That the bill be put upon its second reading for the purpose of amendment.

Mr. Treadwell moved that the bill be amended by inserting after the word “Portsmouth," the words, "shall not be altered.)

On the question, shall the amendment be adopted?
It was decided in the affirmative.
On motion of Mr. Treadwell-

Ordered, That the rules of the House be so far suspended, that this bill be read a third time at the present time.

The bill was then read a third time.
Resolved, That it pass and its title be as aforesaid.

Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate therein.

A message from His Excellency the Governor, was received by the Secretary of State which was read and is as follows;

To the Hon. Senate and House of Representatives

I herewith transmit the Treasurer's estimate of the probable receipts and disbursements at the Treasury from June 1st, 1840, to December 1, 1840.

JOHN PAGE. Executive Departinent,

June 15, 1840."
On motion of Mr. Ayer-

Resolved, That the message of His Excellency the Governor, with the accompanying estimate of the Treasurer be referred to the committee on Finance.

Mr. Treadwell submitted the following resolution :

Resolved, That His Excellency the Governor be requested to direct the Bank Commissioners to apply in writing, signed by a 'majority of them to the Justices of the Superior Court of Judicature for the issuing of an order by said Court transferring unto a committee or assignees to be appointed by said Court,all real and personal estate, goods, chattels, bonds, mortgages, bills, notes, claims, demands and securities of every description whatsoever belonging to the Concord Bank, to be held by said committee or assignees and appropriated by them agreeably to the provisions of the act entitled "An act relating to Banks and Banking and to establish Bank Commissioners for the State of New Hampshire, approved July 5, 1937,"

On motion of Mr. Wells-
Ordered, That the resolution lie on the table.

Mr. Swasey, from the select committee to whom was referred so much of His Excellency's message as relates to an Asylum for the Insane, and also the bill entitled "An act in addition to un act entitled an act to incorporate the New Hampshire Asylum for the insane," with the sundry amendments, reported said bill with the amendments

On the question,
Shall the first of said amendments be adopted?
It was decided in the affirmative.
On the question,
Shall the second of said amendmendments be adopted?
It was decided in the affirmative.

Mr. Jenness of Porismouth moved a farther amendment to said bill,

And on the question,
Shall the amendment be adopted?
Mr. Jenness called for the

ayes

and noes.

Those who voted in the affirmative are-Messrs.

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Hilton

Spaulding Stickney

Beard
Currier of Newtown

Baldwin
Batchelder of North Hampton Moor of Peterborough
Crawford

Wheeler
George of Plaistow

Kingsbury Jeaness of Portsmouth

Piper Lord

Parker of Fitzwilliam Treadwell

Dickinson of Hinsdale Moses

Wilson of Keene Kelsey

Chamberlain Jeuness of Rye

Batchelder of Marlborongh Brown of Seabrook

Atwood Brown of South Hampton Converse Fifield

Buckminster McDuffie

Mason Thom

Hayward Sawyer of Dover

Baker of Troy Townsend

Tudor Horne

Bellows Drew

Humphrey Burnham

Meacham Wedgewood

Warland Lawrence

Stevens of Claremont Davis

Bingham Berry of Milton

Breck Howard of Rochester

Walker of Langdon Witham

Hatch of Newport Griffin

Forsaith Morrill of Somersworth

Bryant Copp

Carbëc Morrill of Boscawer

Adams Little of Boscawen

Blaisdell Burley of Franklin

Fellows Ayer

Allen Wallace

Latbrop French of Bedford.

Parker of Littleton Bailey

Ely of Littleton Sawyer of Nashus

Those who voted in the negative are-Messrs. Knight

Thompson of Wolfeborough Richardson

Perkins of Allenstown Cotton

Scribner St. Clair

Messer Dinsmoor

Smith of Bradford Botton

Morrill of Canterbury Lape

Leavitt of Chichester Hill of Northwood

Shute Poor of Raymond

Carter l'hompsos of Salem

Hoit of Concord Charles

Perley Hill of Alton

Martin Walker of Barnstead

Gould Jenkins

Woods McDaniel

Patterson Burleigh of Brookfield

Barnard Libbey

Garland Harmon

Stevens of Newbury Towle of Freedom

Trussell Sanborn of Gilford

Cato Edgerly

George of Salisbury Leavitt of Gilmanton

Page of Sutton Durrell

Pattee Wilson of Lee

Watkins Ela of Mereditha

Currier of Wilmot Eastman

Whittemore of Antrim Frost

Goodale Shannon

Poor of Goffstown Norris of New Hampton Stevens of Goffstown Taylor

Pattén Durgin

Baker of Hillsborough Curry

Monroe Perkins of Strafford

Farley Weeks of Strafford

Cross Wentworth

Marsh Randall

Boardman Hall

Stark Haley

Morrison Whitton

Odell

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