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your memorialists believe that on the 30th of June, 1842, no adequate protection by the then remaining duties on lead in pigs, bars, sheets, old, or scrap lead, shot, white, or red lead, litharge, sugar of lead, and other manufactures from lead will by law exist.
We, therefore, representing the people of Wisconsin Territory, respectfully ask that the duties, as laid by the provisions of the act of 19th of May, 1828, the act of 14th of July, 1832, and the act of June 30th, 1834, in respect to lead and the several manufactures from lead, be revived and continued from and after the 30th of June, 1842.
Approved February 17, 1842.
ABSENCE, leave of, granted to Mr. Brazelton, 70.
• Parkison, 259.
Stephen B. Thrasher, 87.
Accounts presented and referred-
M. M. Jackson, 372.
C. C. Sholes, 376.
on vacating chair, 467.
1st and 2nd reading, 55. Proceedings 60. In com-
200. Signed 237. Approved 347.
ed, 1st and 2nd reading, 76. In committee, 98. Pass-
common schools. Reported, 1st and 2nd reading 83.
Introduced, 1st and 2nd reading, referred 83. Report
of committee and resolution, 152, 153.
the sale, investment, and use of the proceeds of the
In committee 209. Indefinitely postponed 210.
ceeds of the public lands. Introduced, 1st and 2d rea-
sons. Introduced, 1st and 2d reading, 112. In com-
mittee, 158, 194. Indefinitely postponed 200.
ced, 1st and 2d reading 112. In committee, laid on
the table 228.
the United States army. Introduced, 1st and 2nd rea-
No. 10. To repeal an act to restrain pedlars and other persons
from trading without license. Introduced, 1st and 2d
reading 115. Indefinitely postponed 160.
river. Introduced 1st and 2nd reading 115. In com-
ther proceedings 200. Signed 210. Approved 233.
out and establishing certain territorial roads therein
mittee 157. Further proceedings 161. Passed 164.
1own of Park river in Jefferson county. Introduced
1st and 2d reading 124. In committee 344.
county of Jefferson. Introduced-1st and 2nd reading,
Passed Council, 401. Signed, 408. Approved, 421.
pointment of a Territorial Treasurer, and to define his
committee, 165. Laid on the table, 236.
1st and 2nd reading, 145. In committee, 158.
powers of the town of Milwaukee. Introduced-1st
considered and passed in Council, 430.
second reading, 157. In commmittee, 176. Indefi-
nitely postponed, 207.
cerning justices of the peace. Introduced, 1st and
2d reading, 157. In committee 176.
Manitouwoc river. Introduced, 1st and 2nd reading
255. Approved 342.
Point to Milwaukee. Introduced, 1st and 2nd reading