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STATE OF MICHIGAN.
PRINTED BY VIRTUE OF AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE, UNDER THE
SUPERVISION AND DIRECTION OF
0. W. MOORE
SECRETARY OF THE SENATE.
E PLURIBUS UNUMI
SI QUAERIS PENINSULAN
Lansing, January 5, 1853. This being the day designated by the Constitution of the State for the assembling of the Legislature, the Senate convened in the Senate Chamber, at the Capitol, and was called to order by the Hon. Andrew Parsons, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate.
The roll having been called by O. W. Moore, Secretary of the last Senate, the following named Senators elect answered to the call, who severally came forward, and having presented their credentials, severally subscribed the constitutional oath of office, and took their seats as Senators.
First District-George R. Griswold ; 2d Alexander H. Stowell ; 3d. Henry Fralick ; 4th. Seneca Newberry ; 5th. David A. Wright; 6th. Henry Hall ; 7th. Daniel Hixson ; 8th. Alexander M. Arzeno; 9th. Richard Kent; 10th. Fielder S. Snow ; 11th. Alfred Paddock; 12th. Moses A. McNaughton ; 13th. Charles Dickey ; 14th. Nathan Pierce ; 15th. Ransom Gardner ; 16th. Joseph C. Leonard ; 17th. Edward S. Moore ; 18th. Jesse G. Beeson ; 19th, Royal T. Twom
; bly; 20th. Fitz H. Stevens ; 21st. F. W. Curtenius ; 22d. James W. Hickok; 23d. Israel V. Harris ; 24th. Truman H. Lyon ; 25th. Josiah Russell; 26th. Amos Gould; 27th. William McCauley ; 28th. E. Goodrich ; 29th. Daniel 8. Johnson ; 30th. John S. Smith; 31st. D. B. Harrington ; 32d. Luther W. Clarke. .
The President addressed the Senate as follows :
GENTLEMEN OF THE Senate—This is the first organization of the Senate elected under our existing constitution. In accordance with the genius of our institutions, it is without ceremony.