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Brown of Bristol Winter Weeks of Canaan Page of Coventry Rand Blodgett Merrill Adams Knapp Fellows Ferren Noyes Stevens of Lyman Latham McGrath Perrin Barron
Learned Dearborn Quincy Whidden Little of Warren Peabody Whittemore of Colebrook Dustin · Ballou Tuttle Young of Stewartstown Perkins of Jackson Smith of Milan Young of Errol French of Stratford Warner
Those who voted in the negative are Messrs.
Currier of Chester
Haley' Thompson of Wolfborough Little of Boscawen Burley of Franklin Ayer Stevens of Newbury Wallace Hill of Mason Moore of Milford Spalding Baldwin Smith of New Ipswich Ames Wheeler Kingsbury Smith of Gilsum Batchelder of Marlborough Atwood Converse Buckminster Mason Bellows Hoskins Humphrey
So the resolution was indefinitely postponed.
Mr. Warner, by leave, presented the account of Leonard Farley.
Mr. Smith of Lempster, by leave, presented the account of John Putnam.
Also the account of Enos Ferrin.
Ordered, that said accounts be referred to the committee on Claims.
A message from the Senate by their Clerk:
“Mr. Speaker — The Senate concur with the House of Representatives in the passage of bills of the following titles to wit:
"An act altering the places and establishing the times and places for holding Courts of Probate in the county of Graston."
“An act to amend the laws relating to the trausfer of personal property by mortgage,” with an amendment in which they ask the concurrence of the House.'
The House proceeded to the consideration of the foregoing bill entitled "An act to amend the law relating to the transfer of personal property by mortgage,” with the amendment which came down from the Hon. Senate.
On motion of Mr. Swasey
Resoloed, that the House concur with the Senate in the adoption of said amendment.
Ordered, that the Clerk inform the Senate thereof.
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, that the Secretary of State be requested to purchase and deliver to the selectmen of Pinkham's Grant one copy of the revised statutes and pamphlet laws.
Which was read a first time.
Ordered, that it be read a second time this forenoon at eleven o'clock.
On motion of Mr. Treadwell
The House resumed the consideration of the report of the Judiciary committee upon the bill entitled “An act relating to banking and other private corporations.
The question being on the passage of the following resolution, reported by said committee, to wit:
Resolved, that the same be indefinitely postponed.
Those who voted in the affirmative areMessrs. Robinson of "Brentwood
Howard of Rochester Tompkins
Witham Currier of Chester
'Weeks of Strafford Gilman
Morrill of Somersworth White
Morrill of Bosoawen Stickney
Little of Boscawen George of Plaistow
Carter Thompson of Salem
Hoit of Concord Brown of Seabrook
Burley of Franklin Simpson
French of Bedford McDaniel
Hillor Mason Sawyer of Dover
Moore of Milford Townsend
Beard Davis of Madbury
Baldwin Berry of Milton 1 2
Smith of New Ipswich Norris of New Hampton
Moore of Peterborough
Walker of Langdon Kingsbury
Hatch of Newport Coolidge
Bryant Parker of Fitzwilliam
Brown of Bristol Patrick
Weeks of Canaan Batchelder of Marlborough
Parker of Lisbon Baker of Troy
Parker of Littleton Tudor
Stevens of Lyman Bellows
Wells Stevens of Claremont
Those who voted in the negative are-Messrs.
Towle of Freedom
Wilson of Lee
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