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Thom Drew Harmon Wedgewood Dame Towle of Freedom Lawrence Sanborn of Gilford Edgerly Leavitt of Gilmanton Durrell Wilson of Lee Ela of Meredith Eastman Berry of Milton Frost Shannon Lock of New Durham res !! Norris of New Hampton Witham Taylor Durgin Curry Perkins of Strafford Weeks of Strafford Wentworth Randall Griffin Morrill of Somersworth Hall Haley Copp Whitton Thompson of Wolfborough Perkins of Allenstown Scribner Morrill of Boscawen Little of Boscawen Messer Smith of Bradford Morrill of Canterbury Leavitt of Chichester Carter

Hoit of Concord
Martin
Burley of Franklin
· Ayer
Patterson
Barnard
Garland
Stevens of Newbury
Trussell
Cate
Page of Sutton
Pattee
Currier of Wilmot

Wallace
amit French of Bedford

Goodale

Bixby }" Stevens of Goffstown

Cross

Marsh
Im Hill of Mason

Moore of Milford
Beard
Smith of New Ipswich
Gibson
Ames
McCoy

Wheeler
2+16Woodbury

Whittaker
Kingsbury
Coolidge
Piper
Parker of Fitzwilliam
Smith of Gilsum
Dickinson
Patrick
Wilson of Keene
Chamberlain
Palmer
Atwood
Converse
Buckminster

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Mason
Hayward
Whitcomb
Baker of Troy
Tudor
Bellows
Hoskins
Humphrey
Bennett
Silsby
Meacham
Warland
Stevens of Claremont
Bingham
Breck
Putnam
Willey
Bean
Smith of Lempster
Hatch of Newport
Bryant
Lock of Alexandria
Carbee
Wilcomb
Hoit of Bridgewater
Brown of Bristol
Winter
Rand
Merrill
Adams
Knapp

Cheney
Blaisdell
Fellows
Swasey
Ferrin
Cox
Noyes
-Allen
Parker of Lisbon
Stevens of Lyman
Latham
Perrin
Barron
Learned
Dearborn
Quincy
Whidden
Little of Warren
Peabody
Pitman

Dustin
. Smith of Carroll

Ballou
Young of Stewartstowo-
Perkins of Jackson
Wells
Smith of Milan
Green
Young of Errol
French of Stratford

Ayes 57. Noes 179.
So the amendment was rejected.
On the question,

Shall the fourth of said amendments be adopted? which was by striking out the fifth section of said bill and inserting as a substitute the following to wit:

“Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, that if any person whose residence is in another State shall come into this State for a tempora ry purpose, or if any person shall go from one town or place in this State to any other town or place in this State for any temporary purpose with the intention of returning to his home, such

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person shall not be considered a resident of any town or place in
this State where he may have such temporary residence and shall
not be entitled to vote therein."

It was decided in the negative.
So the amendment was rejected.
On the question,
Shall the fifth of said amendments be adopted?
It was decided in the affirmative.
So the amendment was adopted.
On the question,
Shall the sixth of said amendments be adopted?
It was decided in the affirmative.
So the amendment was adopted.
On the question,
Shall the seventh of said amendments be adopted?
It was decided in the affirmative.
So the amendment was adopted.
Mr. Sawyer of Nashua offered a further amendment to the bill.
And the question being put,
Shall the amendment be adopted?
It was decided in the affirmative.
So the amendment was adopted.

Mr. Sanborn of East Kingston moved that the bill lie on the table, and that the Clerk be directed to procure three hundred printed copies for the use of the House.

Mr. Warner called for a division of the question.
On the question,
Shall the bill lie on the table?
It was decided in the negative.
And on the question,

Shall the Clerk be directed to procure three hundred printed copies for the use of the House.

It was decided in the negative.
Mr. Lord moved that the bill be indefinitely postponed.
Mr. St. Clair moved that the bill lie on the table.
And the question being put,
It was decided in the affirmative.
So the bill was laid upon the table.

Mr. Ayer, from the committee on Finance, reported a bill entitled "An act to raise sixty thousand dollars for the use of the State.'

Which was read a first time.

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Ordered, that it be read a second time to-morrow forenoon at eleven o'clock.

Mr. Jenness of Portsmouth, from the select committee to whom were referred the petitions in relation to itinerant traders and pedlars, and the bill entitled "An act in addition to an act regulating pedlars, hawkers and showmen," reported said bill with two amendments.

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

The question being upon the adoption of the second of said amendments.

Mr. Parker of Fitzwilliam moved that the bill be indefinitely postponed.

And the question being put,
It was decided in the affirmative.'
So the bill was indefinitely postponed.

Mr. Ayer, from the select committee consisting of the delegation from the county of Merrimack to whom was referred the bill entitled "An act to remove one term of the Court from Concord and establish the same at Hopkinton,” reported the following res. plutton

Resolved, that said bill be indefinitely postponed.
And the question being put,
Shall the resolution pass
It was decided in the negative.

Mr. Smith of Bradford moved that the bill be postponed to the next session of the Legislature.

And the question being put,
It was decided in the affirmaative.

Mr. Quincy, from the committee on the State Prison, who were instructed to inquire into the expediency of instituting a suit upon the bond of Daniel Conner, late Warden of the State Prison, made a report

Whereupon

Resolved, that it is inexpedient to take any fartber measures in relation to said bond.

Mr. St. Clair gave notice that he will to-morrow ask leave to introduce a bill entitled “An act to incorporate the People's Literary Institute and Gymnasium."

Mr. Lawrence gave notice that he will to-morrow ask leave to introduce a bill entitled "An act in addition to an act entitled an act regulating fees."

Mr. McDaniel gave notice that he will to-morrow ask leave to introduce a bill entitled An act in addition 10 and in amendment of an act entitled an act to incorporate the Eastern Railroad in New Hampshire." On motion

The House adjourned.

FRIDAY, DEC. 18, 1840. Mr. Hill of Northwood presented the account of John F. Brown.

Mr. Treadwell presented the account of Theodore F. Rowe.

Ordered, that said accounts be referred to the committee on Claims.

Mr. Cate presented the petition of S. Tibbets and others, praying for the removal of an officer in the 39th Regiment.

Ordered, that it be referred to the committee on Military Affairs.

Mr. Sanborn of East Kingston presented the petition of the selectmen of the town of East Kingston and thirty-seven others, legal voters of said town, praying for the passage of a law exempting said town from the operation of a law requiring towns to be districted into school districts.

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

Mr. Cate of Northfield, from the committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the resolution instructing them to enqoire into the expediency of so amending an act passed July 4, 1838, providing for exemption from military duty in certain cases as to require the receipt given in such cases to be filed with the captain or clerk of the company on or before the first day of April

in each year, reported a bill entitled "An act providing for exs emption in certain cases from military duty."

Whicb 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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