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Shall the amendment be adopted?
It was decided in the affirmative.
So the amendment was adopted.
On motion-

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

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

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

Mr. Baker of Hillsborough, from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the message of His Excelleney the Governor enclosing the memorial of the Historical Society of the State of New York, made a report,

WhereuponResolved, that said memorial be postponed to the next session of the Legislature.

Mr. Sanborn of East Kingston, from the committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the bill entitled "An act defining the powers and duties of Firewards in certain cases,” made a report, Whereupon

Resolved, that the further consideration of said bill be postponed to the next session of the Legislature.

Mr. McDaniel, from the committee on Incorporations, to whom was referred the bill entitled "An act to incorporate the Amoskeag Fire Insurance Company,” reported the same without amendment.

On motion of Mr. Morrison

Resolved, that the rules of the House be se far suspended that the bill be read a third time at the present time.

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

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

The House resumed the consideration of the unfinished business of the forenoon, upon the question of order raised by Mr. Sawyer of Nashua.

Mr. Baker of Hillsborough raised a question of order,
Which was

Whether the question of order raised by Mr. Sawyer of Nashua was in order?

The Chair decided that said question of order raised by Mr. Sawyer of Nashua was not in order.

The Speaker then announced the vote upon the motion of Mr. Baker of Hillsborough, that the resolutions offered by Mr. Chamberlain as an amendment to the resolution introduced by Mr. Swasey, lie on the table.

Which was as follows:
Ayes 128. Noes 74.
So the resolutions were laid on the table.
The question recurring,
Upon the passage of the resolution offered by Mr. Swasey.
Mr. Sawyer of Nashua raised a question of order,
Which was-

Whether, when the amendment to the resolution was laid on the table, it did not carry the resolution with it?

The Speaker deciding that it did not

The question again recurred, upon the passage of the resolution offered by Mr. Swasey. 1 Mr. Blaisdell moved that the resolution be indefinitely postponed.

And the question being put,

It was decided in the negative. i

So the motion to postpone said resolution indefinitely did not prerail.

On the question,
Shall the resolution pass?
The ayes

and noes were called for.
Those who voted in the affirmative are-Messrs.

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Cotton
St. Clair
Jenness of Deerfield
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Sanborn of East Kingston
Hatch of Exeter
Towle of Hampton
Furber
Currier of Newtown
Batchelder of North Hampton
Crawford
George of Plaistow

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Jenness of Rye
Thompson of Salem
Brown of South Hampton,
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Hill of Alton
Walker of Barnstead
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Burleigh of Brookfield
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Wedgewood Dame Lawrence Sanborn of Gilford Edgerly Leavitt of Gilmanton Durrell Wilson of Lee Ela of Meredith Frost Shannon Locke of New Durham Norris of New Hampton Taylor Durgin Curry Perkins of Strafford Weeks of Strafford Wentworth Hall Haley Whitton Thompson of Wolfborough Scribner Messer Smith of Bradford Morrill of Canterbury Shute Carter Hoit of Concord Perley Martin Gould Patterson Barnard Garland Trussell George of Salisbury Page of Sutton Pattee Watkins Currier of Wilmot Norris of Pittsfield

Davis of Antrim Bailey Goodale Poor of Goffstown Stevens of Goffstown Whittemore of Greenfield Patten Baker of Hillsborough Monroe Farley Cross Marsh Boardman Stark Morrison Odell McMillen Gibson McCoy Burtt Whittaker Whittemore of Wilton Weeks of Richmond Copeland Whitcomb Hoskins Silsby Willey Bean Smith of Lempster Howard of Springfield Judkins Chase George of Wendell Lock of Alexandria Hoit of Bridgewater Weeks of Canaan Page of Coventry Rand Blodgett Merrill Cheney Smith of Haverhill

Swasey Ferren Cox Noyes Stevens of Lyman McGrath Perrin Learned Dearborn

Whidden
Little of Warren
Peabody
Pitman
Whittemore of Colebrook
Smith of Carroll
Perkins of Jackson
Warner

Those who voted in the negative are Messrs.

Robinson of Brentwood Currier of Chester Freese Dodge Thayer White Vennard Hilton Robinson of Poplin Brown of Seabrook Simpson Sawyer of Dover Townsend Horne Drew Harmon Howard of Rochester Witham Griffin Morrill of Somergworth Morrill of Boscawen Little of Boscawen Burley of Franklin Wallace French of Bedford Bixby Hill of Mason Moore of Milford Sawyer of Nashua Spalding Beard Baldwin

Smith of New Ipswich Ames Moore of Peterborough Wheeler Kingsbury Coolidge Piper Parker of Fitzwilliam Smith of Gilsum Dickinson Patrick Wilson of Keene Batchelder of Marlborough Atwood Converse Buckminster Mason Hayward Tudor Bellows Humphrey Meacham Warland Bingham Walker of Langdon Hatch of Newport Forsaith Bryant Carbee Brown of Bristol Adams Fellows

Allen

Ely of Littleton Lathrop

Latham Parker of Littleton

McDuffie Mr. Wells being called, asked to be excused from voting upon this question.

On motion-
Resolved, that he be excused.

Mr. Blaisdell being called, asked to be excused from voting upon this question.

On motion-
Resolved, that he be excused.
Ayes 129. Noes 70.
So the resolution passed.

Mr. Morrison, from the committee on the Judiciary, to wborn was referred the bill entitled "An act relating to costs,” reported the same without amendment.

Mr. Warner moved that the rules of the House be so far suspended that the bill be read a third time at the present time.

Mr. Wells moved that the bill be postponed to the next session of the Legislature. And the question being

put, It was decided in the affirmative.

So the bill was postponed to the next session of the Legislature.

A message from the Senate by their Clerk:

Mr. Speaker— The Senate concur with the House of Repre sentatives in the passage of bills of the following titles, and the following resolutions, to wit:

“An act authorizing towns to build and repair school houses in certain cases."

“An act in amendment of an act entitled an act for laying out highways, passed Jan. 3, 1829.”

"A resolution in favor of William Fisk and others."
“A resolution in favor of Joseph Hill.”
"A resolution in favor of the selectmen of Shelburne.”

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

“An act to raise sixty thousand dollars for the use of the State."

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