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PETITIONs, MEMORIALs, REMONSTRANCEs, &c., PRESENTED.

Of N. Buel Eldredge, claiming a seat as representative from the
county of Lapeer, 5. -
Of officers of school district number two, in the township of Pontiac,
for the re-assessment of certain taxes, 14, 19.
Of citizens of Oakland county, for a reduction in the price of cer-
tain school lands, 17. -
Of E. B. Bostwick and others, of Kent and Ottawa counties, for an
appropriation of internal improvement lands for the improve-
ment of a certain road, 17.
Of B. B. Kercheval and others, for the incorporation of the Penin-
sular Bank, 17.
Of William Mercer and others, of the township of Boston, for the
organization of a new township, 17.
Of the trustees of the Leoni theological seminary, for a loan from
the school fund, 17.
Of the supervisors of Branch county, relative to an amendment of
the tax laws, 13.
Of the township board of the township of Ida, for a law authorizing
the assessment of a certain tax, 21.
Of the heirs of Betsey Kingsley, for the passage of a law authori-
zing Ira M. Hough to convey certain real estate, 21.
Of John Lee, relative to certain school lands in the county of Ma-
comb, 22.
Of P. J. G. Hodenpyl and others, of Ottawa county, for an appro-
priation of internal improvement lands for the improvement of
a certain road in the counties of Kent and Ottawa, 22.
Of Evert B. Dyckman, claiming a seat as representative from the
county of Kalamazoo, 22.
Of inhabitants of the township of Saline, for the granting of pre-
. ption to Lyman Philips, to certain saline lands in said town-
ship, 22.

Of the board of supervisors of the county of Macomb, asking cer-
tain amendments to the poor laws, 22.
Of John Stewart and others, for an appropriation to aid in the con-
struction of a line of Morse's telegraph from Jackson to Lan-
sing, 22.
Of Doi Paddack, for the setting off of certain lands from the cor-
porate limits of the village of Pontiac, 22.
Of Isaac O. Adams and others, of New Buffalo, for the incorpora-
tion of a company to construct a plank road from New Buffalo
to the northern line of the state of Indiana, 22.
Of citizens of Van Buren county, for the appropriation of certain
non-resident highway taxes on the road leading from Paw Paw
via Lawrence to Breedsville, in said county, 22.
Of Benjamin Porter, asking payment justly due him for building the
state capitol, 28.
Of Hiram Bateman and others, for an appropriation of internal im-
rovement lands, for the improvement of a certain road, 29.
Of William Baker, Jr., and others, of the county of Lenawee, for an
extension of the time for the payments due from the Michigan
southern railroad company to the state, 29.
Of the board of supervisors of the county of Oakland, relative to
county courts, 37.
Of Marshall Parker, in relation to a lost warrant, 37.
Of supervisors of Cass county, in relation to the collection and re-
turn of non-resident taxes, 37.
Of the board of supervisors of Eaton county, for an alteration of the
tax laws, so that taxes may all be collected in the several coun-
ties, without being returned to the office of the auditor gener-
al, 37.
Of Thomas Biggam and others, of Wayne county, for the draining
of a certain marsh, 37.
Of John W. Palmer, for relief for damages arising from breach of a
certain contract on the part of the state, 37.
Of citizens of Van Buren county, for an appropriation of certain
non-resident highway taxes on a certain road, 37.
Of Elisha W. Waite and Gilbert Mann, for changing the name of
Henry Mann to Henry Mann Waite, 37.
Of Anthony B. Brown and other inhabitants of the township of Rives,
in Jackson county, for a division of said township, 37.
Of R. S. Cheney and other inhabitants of the county of Jackson, for
an appropriation to assist in establishing a telegraph from Jack-
son to Lansing, 37.
Of Henry Birge, for payment of claim, 38.
Of Horace Church, claiming a seat as representative from Washte-
naw county, 38.
Of the Michigan Insurance company, for a consolidation of their
charter, 44.
Of J. G. Waite, Joseph R. Williams and others, of St. Joseph coun-
ty, for the extension of the Southern railroad, 58.
Of John S. Heath and others, for the organization of Huron county

into a township, and to attach the same to Saginaw county for
judicial purposes, 58.
Of Oliver Doty and others, of the township of Eagle, in Clinton
county, for the abolition of county courts, 58.
Of H. S. Roberts and others, late officers of the first regiment of
Michigan volunteers, for compensation for recruiting, prior to
being mustered into the service of the United States, 58.
Of H. H. Duncklee & Co., a claim for printing, 70, 77, 132.
Of William Hathaway, Jr., and others, for the organization of a new
township in the county of Ottawa, 70.
Of Daniel Munger and George W. Pattison, proprietors of the Mich-
igan State Journal, relative to the state paper, 72, 78.
Of Daniel Allen and others, for an amendment to the act providing
for the draining of swamps, marshes and other low lands, 75.
Of the board of supervisors of Berrien county, relative to county
courts, and also relative to the tax laws, 75.
Of the board of supervisors of Lenawee county, for an alteration in
certain laws in relation to the draining of swamps, marshes and
other low lands, 75.
Of E. L. Clark and others, for an alteration in the charter of the vil-
lage of Adrian, 75.
Of B. Dansard and others, of the county of Monroe, for the resto-
ration of the garnishee law, or the abolition of all laws for the
collection of debts, 76.
Of W. Briggs, a claim for repairs on the capitol, 81.
Of Robert Duff and others, for an alteration in the boundaries of the
townships of Ash and Frenchtown, 81.
Of Peter Devin and others, against any alteration in the boundaries
of the township of Ash.
Of Stephen A. Fenton and others, of the township of China, in St.
Clair county, for the organization of a new township, 81.
Of James S. Pitts, of Ross, Kalamazoo county, a minor, for the pas-
sage of a law authorizing him to convey certain real estate, 81.
Of citizens of Lenawee county, for the repeal of the act for the drain-
ing of swamps, marshes and other low lands, 81.
Of Isaac N. Swain and others, for the passage of an act authorizing
him to build a dam across the Paw Paw river, in the county of
Berrien, 87.
Of Isaac Otis and others, for the establishment of a state road from
Richland, in Kalamazoo county, to Hastings in Barry county,
and asking an appropriation of internal improvement lands there-
for, 87.
Of Joseph Wood and other citizens of Boston, for the incorporation
of the Phoenix copper company, 87.
Of the board of supervisors of Clinton county, for an amendment of
the law requiring delinquent taxes to be returned to the auditor
general, and also for the abolition or amendment of the county
court system, 91.
Of the board of supervisors of Berrien county, asking an appropria-
tion of internal improvement lands on a certain road, 91.

Of inhabitants of the township of Orleans, in Ionia county, relative
to the construction of a canal and locks around the rapids of
Grand river, 92.
Of John Mickle and others, for the passage of a law legalizing cer-
tain acts of the townships of Reading and Allen, in Hillsdale
county, 92.
Of N. Buel Eldredge and others, for the incorporation of the medi-
cal association of the state of Michigan, 92.
Of the commissioners under the act for the draining of swamps,
marshes and other low lands, 92.
Of Horace Hill and others, for alterations in the existing laws in re-
lation to school inspectors, and also in relation to highway com-
missioners, 99.
Of citizens of the village of Jackson, on the subject of convict labor
in the state prison, 99.
Of tax payers of the village of Tecumseh, for an alteration in the
charter of the said village, 99.
Of William F. Jennison and others, for the passage of a law appro-
priating certain non-resident highway taxes on the road leading
from Portland, in Ionia county, to the Grand river road in Clin-
ton county, 99.
Of Almeron Newman and others, for authority to build a dam across
Grand river, 100.
Of P. Dean Warner and others, of Farmington, Oakland county,
for the re-enactment of the garnishee law, 100.
Of the board of supervisors of Allegan county, relative to the tax
laws, 100.
Of H. Fralick and others, of Wayne county, for the repeal of act
number 137 of the session laws of 1848, in relation to bridges,
106.
Of Frederick Hall and others, for the passage of a law authorizing
the publication of the sales of lands delinquent for taxes in Ionia
county, in the Ionia Gazette, 106.
Of James Harrington and Norman A. Harrington, for the passage of
a law authorizing Norman A. Harrington to convey certain real
estate, 107.
Of Leonora M. Ellis, a claim for damages for non-performance of
contract on the part of the state for state printing for the year
1843, 107.
Of Amasa D. Chapman and others, of Oakland county, for an office
to be located in Pontiac for the reception of moneys due for
school lands, 123.
Of the board of supervisors of Kent county, for an appropriation of
internal improvement lands to aid in the construction of a bridge
across Grand river at the mouth of Flat river, in the township
of Lowell, in said county, 123.
Of Jacob Sammons and others, of the county of Michilimackinac, for
the organization of a new township, 123.
Of inhabitants of the township of Fairfield, Lenawee county, to re-
instate section one hundred and forty of chapter fifty-eight of
the revised statutes, 123.

Of Stephen Dow and others, of the township of Lyndon, Washtenaw
county, for an act legalizing their township records in matters of
form, 123.
Of John Hagadon, of Kent county, for the passage of an act allow-
ing him to purchase certain salt spring lands, at one dollar and
twenty five cents per acre, 123.
Of Smith Lapham and others, of the township of Plainfield, in Kent
county, for a division of said township, 124.
Of citizens of Macomb county, for an alteration in the boundaries of
the township of Warren, 124.
Of the grand jury of Wayne county, for the repeal of the law abol-
ishing capital punishment, 128.
Of Samuel R. Munro, for relief on account of damages sustained on
the Central railroad, 128.
Of Alfred Ashley, Niel Gray and others, of Macomb and !.
counties, for the incorporation of a company to construct a plank
road from the village of Ashley to the village of Almont, 128.
Of H. C. Thurber and others, of Pontiac, for an extension of the
time for the collection of taxes in said township, 132.
Of C. R. Sherman and others, for an appropriation for the improve-
ment of a certain road in Eaton county, 132.
Of John W. Hopkins and others, of the township of Norton, in the
county of Ottawa, for the organization of a new township, 132.
Of James Hudson and others, asking the right to purchase certain
lands therein described, 132.
Of inhabitants of the village of Adrian, for an amendment to the
license laws, 132
Of Robert Hilton, relative to certain salt spring lands, 132.
Of John L. Morse, for the attaching of certain territory to the town-
ship of Otisco, in Ionia county, 140.
Of Sheldon Ashley and others, for a division of the township of
Courtland, in the county of Kent, 140.
Of C. H. Taylor and others, against the passage of any law in any
wise changing the terms or plans o adopted for the con-
struction of the canal and locks around the rapids of Grand
river at Grand Rapids, 140.
Of the stockholders of the Farmers’ and Mechanics’ bank of Mich-
igan, asking an extension of their charter, 140.
Of James M. Tefft, for a law authorizing any common law court of
the county in which he resides to grant him a divorce, for cer-
tain reasons, 147.
Of Andrew Loomis and others, of Kent and Ottawa counties, for
an amendment to the several acts authorizing the construction
of a canal and locks around the rapids of Grand river, 147.
Of James Scribner and others, of Kent county, for an investigation
by the Legislature of the acts of the Grand Rapids canal com-
missioners, and for other purposes, 148.
Of A. Kaminsky and others, for the establishment of an emigration
agency, 148.
of Robert F. Easton and others, for the extension of the charter of
the Farmers' and Mechanics' bank, 154.

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