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Agreeably to a resolution of the House,

Mr. Wells introduced a bill entitled an act in amendment of an act entitled an act to incorporate the proprietors of the Pinkham Turnpike Road.”

Wbich was read a first and second time.
On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Nashua-

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

On motion of Mr. St. Clair

The House resumed the consideration of the following resolution:

Resolved, that the diffusion of information and arraignment of all abuses at the bar of public reason, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, and freedom of person, are principles guarantied to the people in the constitutions of our country, and cannot legitimately be restricted or abridged.

Mr. Knapp moved that the resolution be referred to the select committee upon the subject of the Asylum for the Insane, with instructions to inquire,

1st. Whether the diffusion of information is a principle.

2d. Whether an arraignment of all abuses at the bar of public opinion is a principle.

3d. Whether freedom of religion is a principle. 4th. Whether freedom of the press is a principle.

5th. Whether freedom of person is a principle, and if so, wbeththese principles can be restrained or abridged; and also whether a solemn declaration of these principles would materially affect the interests of the good people of this State.

On motion of Mr. Hall-
Resolved, that the resolution be indefinitely postponed.
On motion of Mr. Sawyer of Nashua—

The House resumed the consideration of the bill entitled "An act to locate and authorize the erection of the New Hampshire Asylum for the Insane."

Ordered, that it be read a third time to-morrow afternoon al three o'clock.

On motion of Mr. Morrison

Resolved, that the committee on Military Affairs be instructed to inquire into the expediency of so amending an act passed July 4, 1838, providing for exemption in certain cases from military duty, that the exempt shall be required to leave or file the receipt, therein specified, with the Clerk or commanding officer of

the company in which the said exempt might otherwise be en-
rolled, on or before the first day of Apri lin each year.
On motion of Mr. Knapp-

The House adjourned.

AFTERNOON.

1.

The House proceeded to the order of the day upon the bill entitled "An act in addition to an act entitled an act for the support and regulation of primary schools, passed July 6, 1827," and a resolution in favor of George P. Meserve and others,

Which were severally read a third time.

Resolved, that they pass and that the title of said bill be as aforesaid.

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

On motion of Mr. Treadwell

The House resurned the consideration of the bill entitled "An act to incorporate the Portsmouth and Dover Railroad."

On motion of Mr. Treadwell-
Ordered, that said bill be read a second time.
Said bill was then read a second time.
On motion of Mr. Treadwell-

Ordered, that said bill be referred to the committee on Roads,
Bridges and Canals.

On motion of Mr. Perkins of Allenstown

Resolved, that the committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of amending the law in relation to the cost in advertising and selling the lands of nonresidents for taxes; whether said cost shall be divided according to the number of pieces so advertised and sold at so much per cent on a dollar and to report the correct way.

Mr. Swasey, from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the resolution instructing them to inquire into the expediency of making further provision by law for the return of voies given in at any election held in this State for the choice of

State and County officers, and for Electors of President and Vice
President of the United States, by leave, reported a bill entitled
"An act relating to the return of votes and making further provis-
ion for certifying the same,”

Which was read a first time.
On motion of Mr. Swasey-

Ordered, that it be referred to the committee on bills on their second reading

Pursuant to previous notice and by leave,

Mr. Griffin introduced a bill entitled “An act in addition to and in amendment of an act entitled an act regulating marriages, and for the registering of marriages, births and burials, approved Dec. 12, 1832.”

Which was read a first time.
On motion-

Ordered, that it be referred to the committee on bills on their second reading

Pursuant to previous notice and by leave,
Mr. Latham introduced a bill entitled "An act to prevent wil-
ful and inalicious trespass,

Which was read a first and second time.
On motion of Mr. Latham-
Ordered, that said bill lie on the table.

Mr. Forsaith, from the select committee consisting of the del. egation from the county of Sullivan, to whom was referred the bill entitled "An act to establish the times and places of holding the Courts of Probate within and for the county of Sullivan, reported the same in a new drast.

Which was read a first and second time.

Ordered, that it be read a third time to-morrow afternoon at three o'clock.

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A message from the Senate by their Clerk :

Mr. Speaker-The Senate insist upon their amendment to a bill entitled "An act to incorporate the proprietors of the Colebrook Bridge.

The Senate concur wiih the House of Representatives in the passage of a resolution in favor of Joseph Cofran."

The House proceeded to the consideration of the bill entitled "An act to incorporate the proprietors of the Colebrook Bridge," which came down from the Hon. Senate.

Mr. Ayer moved that the House recede from their disagreement to the amendment to said bill proposed by the Hon. Senate,

And the question being put,
The ayes and noes were called for.

Those who voted in the affirmative are-Messrs.

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Robinson of Brentwood Richardson Tompkins Currier of Chester Betton Gilman Dodge Thayer White Vennard Hilton Stickney Brown of Seabrook Simpson McDuffie Libbey Thom Sawyer of Dover Townsend Horne Drew Harmon Davis of Madbury Berry of Milton Norris of New Hampton Howard of Rochester Witham Durgin Weeks of Strafford Griffin Morrill of Somersworth Copp Morrill of Boscawen Little of Boscawen Carter Hoit of Concord

Ayer
Barnard
Wallace
French of Bedford
Bixby
Stark
Hill of Mason
Moore of Milford
Bruce
Sawyer of Nashua
Spalding
Beard
Baldwin
Smith of New Ipswich
Ames
Moore of Peterborough
Wheeler
Kingsbury
Piper
Parker of Fitzwilliam
Dickinson
Patrick
Chamberlain
Batchelder of Marlborough
Atwood
Converse
Buckminster
Mason
Hayward
Baker of Troy
Tudor
Bellows
Hoskins
Humphrey
Bennett
Meacham

Warland
Stevens of Claremont
Bingham
Breck
Walker of Langdon
Hatch of Newport
Forsaith
Carbee
Adams
Blaisdell
Fellows
Smith of Haverhill
Allen

Lathrop
Parker of Lisbon
Parker of Littleton
Ely of Littleton
Latham
Perrin
Quincy
Whidden
Dustin
Young of Stewartstown
Wells
Young of Errol

Those who voted in the negative are-Messrs.

Cotton St. Clair Jenness of Deerfield Dinsmoor Sanborn of East Kingston Hatch of Exeter Berry of Greenland Lane Towle of Hampton Furber Batchelder of North Hampton Hill of Northwood Crawford George of Plaistow Robinson of Poplin Jenness of Portsmouth Lord Treadwell Moses Kelsey Langdon Poor of Raymond Jenness of Rye Thompson of Salem Brown of South Hampton Fifield Charles Hill of Alton

Walker of Barnstead Jenkins McDaniel Burleigh of Brookfield Burnham Wedgewood Dame Towle of Freedom Lawrence Sanborn of Gilford Edgerly Leavitt of Gilmanton Durrell Wilson of Lee Ela of Meredith Eastman Frost Shannon Locke of New Durham Taylor Curry Perkins of Strafford Wentworth Randall Hall Haley Thompson of Wolfeborough Perkins of Allenstown

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