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Whittemore of Wilton Smith of Bradford
Coolidge Morrill of Canterbury
Smith of Gilsum Leavitt of Chichester
Weeks of Richmond Perley
Whitcomb Burley of Franklin
Howard of Springfield Garland
Judkins Stevens of Newbury
George of Wendell Cate
Lock of Alexandria George of Salisbury
Wilcomb Page of Sutton
Hoit of Bridgewater Pattee
Weeks of Canaan Watkins
Page of Coventry Currier of Wilmot
Blodgett Davis of Antrim
Cheney Poor of Goffstown
Swasey Stevens of Goffstown
Ferren Whittemore of Greenfield
McGrath Baker of Hillsborough
Little of Warren Cross
Whittemore of Colebrook Boardman
Smith of Carroll Morrison
Perkins of Jackson Gibson
Smith of Milan McCoy
French of Stratford Woodbury
Warner Ayes 97. Noes 136.
So the House refused to recede from their disagreement to said amendment.
Mr. Baker of Hillsborough moved that the House insist upon their disagreement to said amendment.
And the question being put,
Resolved, that the House ask a conference with the Hon. Senate upon their disagreement to said amendment.
Ordered, that Messrs. Warner, Swasey and Merrill of Enfield be a committee of conference on the part of the House for that purpose.
Ordered, that the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate therein.
Mr. Hill of Northwood gave notice that he will to-morrow ask leave to introduce a bill entitled "An act in addition to and in amendment of an act entitled an act regulating pedlers, hawkers and showmen, passed June 29, 1821.'
Mr. Green gave notice that he will to-morrow ask leave to introduce a bill relating to the transfer of real estate by mortgage.
On motion of Mr. Wells
The House resumed the consideration of the bill entitled "de act to prevent the obstruction of John's river,”
Which was read a second time.
Mr. Wells moved that said bill be amended by inserting after the word “done' in the 9th line of said bill, the words 'so as to obstruct the said river.”
And the question being put,
Mr. Quincy moved that the bill be farther amended by insert ing after the word 'slabs' in the 7th line, the word 'mill-logs.'
Mr. Knapp moved that said amendment be amended by insert ing after the word 'mill-logs,' the words ‘or any other matter."
On the question,
The question recurring,
But before the question was taken,
The House adjourned.
FRIDAY, DEC. 11, 1840.
Mr. Parker of Fitzwilliam, from the committee on Education, to whom was referred the petition of the association of school teachers of Cheshire county praying for the passage of a law. authorizing school districts to unite their funds in certain cases, made a report,
Resolved, that the further consideration of said petition be postponed to the next session of the Legislature.
Mr. Parker of Fitzwilliam, from the same committee, to whom was referred the resolution instructing them to inquire into the expediency of enacting a law giving any school district in this State power to divide the scholars into two classes, reported a bill entitled “An act relating to primary schools,”
Which was read a first time.
Ordered, that it be read a second time this forenoon at eleven o'clock.
Mr. Baker of Hillsborough, from the committee on the Judiciary, who were instructed to inquire into the expediency of altering the laws of this state regulating the settlement of accounts of guardians against their wards, made a report,
Mr. Forsaith, from the same committee, who were instructed to inquire into the expediency of altering or defining the law in relation to the assessment of non-resident highway taxes, made a report,
Mr. Forsaith, from the same committee, to whom was referred a bill entitled "An act to incorporate the Female Charitable Society of Concord," reported the following resolution:
Resolved, that the same be indefinitely postponed.
Mr. Treadwell, from the committee on Roads, Bridges and Canals, to whom was referred the petition of Robert Harvey and others—the petition of Bailey Mason and 75 others—the petition of Hiram Lewis and 60 others—and the petition of Levi Parker and 300 others, praying for a charter for a bridge across Connecticut River from Lyman in the State of New Hampshire, to Barnet in the State of Vermont, made a report,
Resolved, that the further consideration of said petitions be postponed to the next session of the Legislature.
The House proceeded to the consideration of the unfaished business of yesterday.
The question being upon the indefinite postponement of the bill entitled "An act to prevent the obstruction of John's River,"
The ayes and noes were called for.
Those who voted in the affirmative are Messrs.
Poor of Raymond
Perkins of Strafford
Cross Weeks of Strafford
Morrison Morrill of Somersworth
Beard Perkins of Allenstown
Gibson Morrill of Boscawen
Moore of Peterborough Messer
McCoy Smith of Bradford
Burtt Morrill of Canterbury
Woodbury Leavitt of Chichester
Whittemore of Wilton Carter
Coolidge Hoit of Concord
Parker of Fitzwilliam Martin
Weeks of Richmond Garland
Whitconib George of Salisbury
Baker of Troy Page of Sutton
Stevens of Claremont Currier of Wilmot
Bingham Davis of Antrim
Breck French of Bedford
Smith of Lempster Poor of Goffstown
Hatch of Newport Stevens of Goffstown
Howard of Springfield Whittemore of Greenfield
George of Wendell Baker of Hillsborough
Lock of Alexandria