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The Senate proceeded to the order of the day on the bill entitled "An act to incorporate the Nashua Academy,

Which was read a third time.
Resolved, that it pass and its title be as aforesaid.

Ordered, that the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Gregg, from the committee on the Judiciary to whom was referred the bill entitled "An act to abolish imprisonment for debt,” reported it without annendment.

On the question, shall this bill be read a third timer
It was decided in the affirmative.

Mr. Brown moved that the further consideration of the bill be postponed to the next session of the Legislature.

On the question, shall the further consideration of the bill be thus postponed ?

Mr. Nutter demanded the yeas and nays.

Those who voted in the affirmative were Messrs. Nutter and Belding-2.

Those who voted in the negative were Messrs. Pickering, Creighton, Gregg, Renton, Comerford, Adams, Brown, Nettlelon, Goodhue and Johnson-10.

Se the motion did not prevail.
On motion of Mr. Johnson

Resolved, that the rules of the Senate be so far suspended, tha: this bill be read a third time at the present time.

Said bill was accordingly read a third time.
Resolved, that it pass and its title be as aforesaid.

Ordered, that the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Gregg, from the same committee to whom was referred the bill entitled “An act regulating the piling, hauling and removing of sea-weed and rock-weed from the sea shore in the towns of Hampton, North Hampton and Rye,” reported it without amendment.

On the question, shall this bill be read a third time?
It was decided in the affirmative.
On motion of Mr. Gregga

Resolved, that the rules of the Senate be so far suspended, that this bill be read a third time at the present time.

Said bill was accordingly read a third time.
Resolved, that it pass and its title be as aforesaid.

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Ordered, that the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk:

“Mr. President-The House of Representatives have passed bills with the following titles, and the following resolutions, in which they ask the concurrence of the Honorable Senate :

"An act to incorporate the Durham Academy."
"An act relating to the White River Falls company and to es-
tablish the rates of toll of the same."

"A resolution in favor of Jeremiah Elkins."
“A resolution in favor of the selectmen of Shelburne."

The first of the foregoing bills, sent up from the House of Representatives for concurrence, was read a first and second time.

Ordered, that it be referred to the committee on Education.
The second of said bills was read a first and second time.

Ordered, that it be referred to the committee on the Judiciary

The foregoing resolution, sent up from the House of Representatives for concurrence, in favor of Jeremiah Elkins, was read a first and second time.

On motion of Mr. Goodhue-
Resolved, that the rules of the Senate be so far suspended, that
this resolution be read a third time at the present time.

Said resolution was accordingly read a third time.
Resolved, that it

pass.
Ordered, that the Clerk notify the House of Representatives
accordingly.

The foregoing resolution, sent up from the House of Representatives for concurrence, in favor of the selectmen of Shelburne, was read a first and second time.

Ordered, that it be referred the committee on Claims.

Mr. Pickering, from the committee on Incorporations to whom, was referred the bill entitled "An act relating to Railroad corporations,” reported it without'amendment.

Mr. Brown moved that the bill be recommitted to the committee on Incorporations.

On the question, shall the bill be recommitted to said committee. Mr. Pickering demanded the

yeas and

nays.

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In the affirmative Mr. Brown-1.

Those who voted in the negative were Messrs. Pickering, Creighton, Gregg, Renton, Nutter, Comerford, Adams, Belding, Nettleton Goodhue and Johnson–11.

So the motion to recommit did not prevail.

Mr. Renton moved that the further consideration of the bill be indefinitely postponed.

On the question, shall the further consideration of the bill be thus postponed ?

Mr. Pickering demanded the ayes and noes.

Those who voted in the affirmative were Messrs. Renton and Browp-2

Those who voted in the negative were Messrs. Pickering, Creighton, Gregg, Nutter, Comerford, Adains, Belding, Neutleton, Goodhue and Johnson-10

So the motion to postpone indefinitely did not not prevail.
On the question, shall this bill be read a third time?
It was decided in the affirmative.
On motion of Mr. Pickering
Resolved, that the rules of the Senate be so far suspended, that
this bill be read a third time at the present time by its title.

Said bill was accordingly read a third time.
Resolved, that it pass and its title be as aforesaid.

Ordered, that the Cierk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Mr. Gregg, from the joint committee on Engrossed Bills, reported that they had carefully examined and found correctly engrossed bills and resolutions with the following titles :

"An act to raise sixty thousand dollars for the use of the State." “An act constituting a committee on the Library.”

“An act in addition to an act entitled an act for the support and regulation of primary schools, passed July 6, 1827.”

“An act to alter the name of the first Baptist Society in Portsmouth."

"An act in addition to and in amendment of an act entitled an act for the support and regulation of primary schools, passed Jan. 4, 1833."

“An act in amendment of an act entitled an act to incorporate the Ashuelot Falls Manufacturing company, passed June 22, '1832."

"An act allowing to the sixth company of infantry in the thirteenth regiment of the militia of this State an additional number of arms.'

"An act to alter the names of certain persons."

“An act in addition to and explanatory of an act relating to Railroad and other corporations, passed June 20, 1840." 1“A resolution in favor of George W. Dow and others." “A resolution in favor of Asa Fowler and others.'

A resolution relating to certain books aud papers belonging 10 this State now in the War office of the United States."

"A resolution directing the Librarian to furnish the commissioners appointed to revise, codify and amend the statute laws of the State, one copy of the statutes and other books belonging to the State."

"A resolution to procure ten hundred printed copies of Dr. Jackson's first annual report.

“A resolution authorizing the Treasurer to borrow money on the credit and for the use of the State."

“A resolution instructing the committee for revising the laws, to report a code for the abolition of imprisonment for debt.”

“A resolution in favor of Robert Wallace and others."
“An address in favor of the removal of certain officers."

A message was received from the House of Representatives, giving information that the Speaker of that body had signed the foregoing bills, resolutions and address, reported as correctly engrossed by the committee on Engrossed Bills, and their Clerk was directed to lay them before the Senate for the signature of their President.

Thereupon the President of the Senate signed said bills, reso· lutions and address, and the same were delivered to the committee on Engrossed Bills to be laid before the Governor for his aproval and signature.

Mr. Gregg, from said committee, reported that they had this day presented the aforesaid bills, resolutions and address, by them reported as correctly engrossed, to His Excellency the Governor for his approval.

A message from the House of Representatives by their C!erk:

“Mr. President–The House of Representatives have passed the following resolutions, in which they ask the concurrence of the Honorable Senate :

“A resolution in favor of Joseph Hill."
"A resolution in favor of William Fisk and otho's

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The first of the foregoing resolutions, sent up from the House of Representatives for concurrence, was read a first and second time.

Ordered, that it be referred to the committee on Claims.

The second of said resolutions was read a first and second time.

Ordered, that it be referred to the committee on Claims.

Mr. Adams, from the committee on Education to whom was referred the bill entitled "An act to authorize towns to build and repair school houses in certain cases,” reported it without amendment.

On the question, shall this bill be read a third time?
It was decided in the affirmative.
On motion of Mr. Adams-

Resolved, that the rules of the Senate be so far suspended, that
this bill be read a third time at the present time.
Said bill was accordingly read a third time.
Resolved, that it pass and its title be as aforesaid.

Ordered, that the Clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

On motion of Mr. Goodhue, who had voted with the majority on that question

Resolved, that the vote of the Senate postponing to the next session the bill entitled "An act in amendment of an act entitlcd an act for laying out highways, passed July 3, 1829,” be reconsidered.

On the question, shall this bill be read a third time?
It was decided in the affirmative.
On motion of Mr. Goodhue-
Resolved, that the rules of the Senate be so far suspended, that
this bill be read a third time at the present time.

Said bill was accordingly read a third time.
Resolved, that it pass and its title be as aforesaid.

Ordered, that the Clerk notify the House of Representa ires accordingly. On motion of Mr. Gregg

The Senate adjourned.

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