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From the county of Cass, Edward W Turner,
From the county of Christian, Dorice D. SHUMWAY,
Froin the county of Clark, SAMUEL Prevo and Wm. B. Archer.
From the county of Clay, JUHN M. Griffith.
From the couniy of Clinton, BERRYMAN CREEL.
From the county of Coles, USHER F. Linder and WM. D. Watson.

Tirom the county of Cook, Francis C. Sherman, MARK SKINNER and J. J. EVERETT. from the county of De Wits, SAMUEL P. GLENN. From the county of Edgar, Hali SIMMS. from the county of Edwards, Wm. L'ICKERING.

Proin the counties of Fayette and Effingham, P. FunkNOUser and FREDERICK REMANN.

From the county of Franklin, WM A. DENNINGI.

From the county of Fulton, Reuben R. McDowell, Thomas A. Lit. Tlf, and Even BAILEY.

then the county of Gallatin was called, Mr. Reynolds offered the foilutlig resolution, wbich was adopted:

Prscted, That the production of certificates of election of menibers of lae House of Representatives be di:pensed with in those cases where the perber will state he has forgotien his certificate, or mislaid it.

From the county of Gallatin, Thomas Hick, Wu. H. STICKNEY, and HENRY Eppy.

From the county of Greenc, JIENRY Bragg and Josiau CASWELL.
from the counties of Greene and Calhoun, John D. FRY.
Trom the county of llapillon, SAMUEL S. MARSHALL.
From the county of Hancock, THOMAS MORRISON and James Stark.
From the county of Jetfurson, Lewis F. Casey.
From the county of Jersey, Tomas CUMMINGS.
From the counties of Johnson and Massac, Enocni Enroe.
From the county of Jo Daviess, Abner Faus.
I'rom the county of Jackson, John Logan..

From the counties of Kane. Mulleory, Boone and De Kalb, GEORGE W. KRETSINGER, James HARRINGTON, and JAMES T. PIERsoN.

Froin the county of Koox, CHARLES HA'SF'RD.
From the counties of Knox and Mercer, EPURAIM GILMORE.
From the county of Lake, George Eva.
from the counties of Macon and l'ielt, WM. CANT ILL.

From the courlics of La Salle, Keudall, and Grundy, AMBROSE O'CONNER, James (). GLOVER, and Wm. BARBER.

from the counties of Login and Mason, Michael W. Swing. From the county of McLean, Matthew Robb.

From the counties of Mclean, Livingston, and Woodford, James RobEsox.

From the county of Menard, James M. ROBINSOY.
Fruin the county of Marion, HENDERS 'N P. Boyakin.

From the county of Macoupin, Thomas Hart aud HarMAN V. A. Tap. PAN.

from the county of Madison, WM. MARTIN, Curtis BLAKEMAN, and Wm. F. D'WOLT.

From the counties of Marion, Hainilton and Jefferson, Noan Johnston.
Froin the counties of Marshall aad Putnam, Andrew Wardlaw.
From the county of McDonough, WN. H. RandoLPH.

From the counties of Monroe and Randolph, EDWARD OMELVEN EY, John MORRISON, and Rollert Mann.

From the county of Montyomery, James M. RutleDO E.

From the county of Morgan, NEWTON Cloud, Wm. H. Long, JosEPR Morton, and Wm. T'HOMAS.

From the county of Oyle, Wm. G. Dana.
From the wounty of Peoria, WASHINGTON COCKLE.
From the counties of Pope and Hirdin, Wm. RHODES.

Froin the county of Pike, Wm. P. HarPOLE, James M. Higgins, and ALFRED GRUBB.

From the county of Sangamon, STEPHEN T. Logan, BENJAMIN WEST, JAMES N. Brown, ane Resin H. Constant.

From the counties of Rock Island and Henry, WM, Bailey.
Froin the county of Schuyler, Lewis D. Erwin.
From the county of Scott, Edward G. Miner and JOHN B. CAMPBELL.

From the counties of Stark, Peoria and Bureau, THOMAS EPPERSON. · From the county of St. Clair, John REYNOLDS, Wm. H. UNDERWOOD, and SAMUEL STOOKEY.

From the counties or Stephenson and Carroll, RobfRt McConneLL.

From the counties or Tazeweil and Woodford, Isaac WILLIAMS and CHARLES C. Wilcox.

From the county of Union, MATTHEW STOKES.
From the county of Vermilion, Samuel HUPPMAN and Wm. P. Davis.
From the county of Wabash, Samuel S. Lukins.

From the counties of Warren and Henderson, James Tucker and John Cuix'rs.

From the county of Washington, Joun Wuute,
From the county of Wayne, Rigpon B. SLOCUMB.
Froin the county of White, SAMUEL SNOWDEN Hayes.
Froin the counties of Whiteside and Lee, Hugh WALLACE.

Froin the counties of Will, Du Page and Iroquois, Wm. E. LITTIE, MICacau J. STANLE :, and John Milier.

I'rom the county of Wiliamson, John W. CUNNINGHAM.
From the counts of Winnebago, Robert J. Cross.

On motion of Mr. Denning, Resolved, That Edward H. BUCKLEY, who appears as a Representative from the county of Marquette, be sworn and take his seat as such.

Whereupon, Mr. Buckley was qualified, and took his seat. A message froin llie Senate, by Mr. Moore, their Secretarv. Mr. Speaker: I am directed to inform the flouse of Representativne, that the Senate have met and organized; lave elected Henry W. Moore, their Secretary; William J. Cline, their Sergeant-al-Arms; and idre non ready to proceed to business.

On motion of Mr. Denning, A call of the llouse was ordered; and those present having answe.cd to their names,

On motion of Mr. Simms,
Further proceedings under the call were dispensed with.

On motion of Mr. Simms,
The House now priceeded to the election of a Speaker.
Mr. Morris nominated NEWTON C.oud, of Morgan county.

Mr. Thomas of Morgan, nominated Steruan T. Logax, of Sangamon county.

Whereupon, Mr. Clour received seventy-thrce votes, and Mi. Logan received thirty-five votes.

Thosn who voted for Mr. Cloun, are, Messrs. Bailey of Brown, Bailey of Fulton, Barber, Bragg, Bryakin, Cantrill, Casey, Caswell, Creel, Cockle, Cunningham, Davis, Dawson, Denning, Eads, Ela, Euloe, Epperson, Erwin, Everett, Fry, Funkl.ouser, Glenn, Grillith, Glover, Grubb, Harrington, Hansford, Harpole, 11:2rt, Hayes, Hendry, Vick, liggins, Hodges, Johnsion, Kreisinger, Little of Fulion, Lielle of Will, Logan of Jackson, Logan of Sangimon, Long, McDowell, Mann, Marshall, Martin, Miller, Morris, Morrison of Monroe, Morton, O'Conner, Omelveney, Pierson, Prevo, Reynolds, Robeson of McLean, Rhodes, Rutledge, Stanley, Scehorn, Shirman, Sijckney, Simms, Skinner, Swing. Slocumb, Stokes, Shumway, Thomas of Bureau, Turner, Underwood, Wallace, and White.

Those who voted for Mr. Logan, are, Messrs. Archer, Bailey of Rock Island, Blakeman, Brown, Buckley, Constant, Cross, Cloud, Cummings, Curts, Dana, D'Woll, Eudy, Gilmore, Huffman, Linder, Lukins, McConnell, Minor, Morrison of Hancock, Pickering, Randolph, Remann, Robb, Robinson of Menard, Stark, Smith, Stookey, Tappan, Thomas of Morgan, Tucker, Wardlaw, Warson, West, Wilcox and Williams.

The Speaker was conducted to the Chair by Messrs. Bovakix and Logan of Sangainon, and, having returned his thanks, chicred upon the duries of the ollice.

On motion of Mr. Denning,
The House proceeded to the elec:ion of a Principal Clerk.
Mr. Funkhouser nominated Join McDonald, of Fayette county.
Mr. Brown nominaled Join T. Jones, of Morgan county.

Mr. McDonald received seventy-five voies, and Mr. Jones thirty-three votes.

Those who voted for Mr. McDonald, are,

Messrs. Bailey of Brown, Bailey of Fulton, Barber, Bragy, Bovakin, Buckey, Cantrill, Casey, Crecl, Cockle, Cunningham, Davis, Dawsun. Den. ning, Eads, Ela, Endoc, Epperson, Erwin, Evereit, Fry, Funkhouser, Glenn, Gritlith, Glover. Grubbi, Harrington, Hansford, Hiirpole, llart, llaves, Hendry, Lich, Iliggins, Hodges, Johston, Kretsinger, Liille of Fulion, Liule of Will, Logan of Jackson, Long, McDowell, Mann, Marshall, Martin, Milier, Morris, Morrison of Monroc, Morton, O'Conner, Omel. veney. Pierson, Prevo, Remann, Reynolds, Robeson of Mclean, Rhodes, Rutledge, Sianley, Sechoin, Sherman, Slickney, Simms, Skimer, Swing, Smith, Slocumbi, Stokes, Shumway, Thomas of Bureau, Turner, UnderWud, Wallace, While and Mr. Specker.

Those who voted for Mr. Jones, are,

Messrs. Archer, Bailey of Rock Island, Blakeman, Brown, Campbell, Constant, Cross, Cummings, Curts, Dana, D'Wolf, Eddy, Gilmore, Linder, Logan of Sangam.on, McConnell, Nine:, Morrison of Hancock, Pickering, Randolph, Robb, Robinson of Menard, Stark, Stookey, Tappan, Thomas of Morgan, Tucker, Wardlaw, Watson, West, Wilcox and Willia:ns.

Mr. McDonald, having received a majority of the votes cast, was declared duly elected Principal Clerk of the House of Representatives.

On motion of Mr. Simms,
The Ilouse proceeded to the election of Assistant Clerk.
Mr. Boyakin nominated WILLIAM W. Pace, of Marion county.
Mr, Logan nominated ANDREW Jonsson, of Adams county.

Whereupon,
Mr. Pace received seventy-four votes, and Mr. Johnson received thirty-

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Those who voted for Mr. Pace, are, Messrs. Bailey of Brown, Bailey of Fulton, Barber, Brasg, Boyakin, Buckley, Cantrill, Casey, Creel, C. ckle, Cunningham, Dana, Davis, Dawa son, Denning, Eads, Ela, Enloe, Epperson, Erwin, Everett, Fry, Funkhouser, Gienn, Griffith, Glover, Grubb, Harrington, Hansford, llar. pole, llart, Hays, Hendry, Hick, Higgins, Hodges, Johnston, Kretsin. ger, Little of Fulton, Little of Will, Logan of Jackson, Long, McDow. ell, Maon, Marshall, Martin, Miller, Morris, Morrison of Monroc, Morton, O'Conner, Omelvcney, Pierson, Prevo, Reynolds, Rubeson of McLean, Rhodes, Rutledge, Stanley, Scehorn, Sherman, Stickney, Simms, Skinner, Swing, mith, Slocumi), Stokes, Shumway, Thomas of Bureau, Turner, Underwood, Wallace, White and Mr. Speaker.

Those who voted for Mr. Johnson, are,

Messrs. Archer, Bailey of Rock Island, Blakeman, Brown, Campbell, Caswell, Constant, Cross, Cumıning, Curis, D'Woll, Gilmore, Huffman, Logau of Sangamon, Lukis, McCounell, Miner, Morrison of Hancock, Pickering, Randolph, Remann, Robb, Robinson of Menard, Stark, Stookey, Tappan, Thomas of Morgan, Tucker, Wardlaw, Watson, West, Wilı ox and Williams. Mr. Linder voied for Mr. Reynolds.

On motion of Mr. Reynolds, Join A. Wilson, of Hamilton county, was elected Door Keeper by acclamation.

Oo motion of Mr. Siiams,
The House proceeded to the election of an Engrossing and Enrolling
Clerk.

Mr. Wilcox nominated Benjamin Bund, of Clinton county.
Mr. Barber nominated ANDREW J. GallOWAY, of La Salle county.

Mr. Galloway received seventy votes, Mr. Bond thirty-three votes, and Mr. Whitlock ihrec votes.

Those who voted for Mr. Gallowży, are as follows, to wit:

Megjis. Bailey of Brown, Bailey of Fuliun, Barber. Bragg, Bovakin, Cantrill, Ciasey, Caswell, Creel, Cunningham, Divis, Dawson, Denning, Eads. Cla, Enloe, Epperson, Erwin, Evereii, Fry, l' unkhouser, Glenn, Grit. fith, Glover, Grubb, Ilarninglun), llunsford, Harpolc, Hart, Hayes, lendry,

Hick, Higgins, Hodges, Johnston, Kretsinger, Little of Fulton, Little of Will, Logan of Jackson, Lung, McDowell, M.,on, Marshall, Mariin, Miller, Morris, Morrison of Monroe, Morion, O'Conner, Omelveny, Pierson, Prevo, Reynolds, Robeson of McLean, khodes, Rutledge, Stanley, Seehorn, Sherman, Stickney, Skinner, Swing, Slocumb, Stokes, Shuni way, Thomas of Bureau, Turner, Wallace, White and Mr. Speaker.

Those who voted for Mr. Bond, are, Messrs. Bailey of Rock Island, Brown, Buckley, Campbell, Constant, Cross, Cumming :, Curts, Dana, D)'Woll, Gilmore, Hoffman, Linder, Logan of Sangamon, Lukins, McConnell, Minor, Morrison of Hancock, Pickering, Randolph, Robb, Robinson of Menard, Smith, Siark, Stookev, · Tappan, Thomas of Morgan, Tucker, Wardlaw, Watson, West, Wilcox and Williams.

Messrs, Archer, Blakeman and Remann voted for Mr. Whitlock. Mr. Denning moved that the House proceed to the election of Assistant Door Keeper by acclamation; which was agreed to.

Whereupon, Mr. Bailey, of Fulton, nominated Isham G. Davidson, of Fulton county, and the vote being taken, he was declared duly elected.

On motion of Mr. Boyakin, Resolved, That the Clerk inform the Senate, that ihe House of Representatives have met, and organized by the clection of Newton Croup, Speaker; John McDonald, Principal Clerk; WILLIAM W. Pace, Assistani Clerk; ANDREW J. GallowAY, Engrossing and Enrolling Clerk; Joun A. Wilson, Principal, and Isham G. DAVIDSON, Assistant Door Kecper; and are prepared to proceed to legislative business.

On motion of Mr. Denning, Resolved by the House of Representatires, the Senate concurring herein, That a joint select committee of five, three on the part of the House, and two on the part of the Senate, be appointed to wait on his Excellency the Governor, and inform him that the iwo Houses of the Gencral Assembly have met and organized, anu are now ready to receive any communication he may desire to make.

Ordered, That Messrs. Denning, Sherman and Dana be said committee, and that the Clerk inform the Senate thereof. On motion, the House adjourned till to morrow at ten o'clock.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1816..

House met puisuant to adjournment.

On motion of Mr. Boyakin,
The reading of the Journal was dispensed with.

On motion of Mr. Boyakin, Resolved, That the rules of the House of Representatives of the last session of the General Assembly of this Siate be adopted as the rules of this session, until otherwise ordered by this House.

MARMONTEL Boyle and ELDRIGE S. JAN.VEY, representatives from the counties of Crawford and Jasper, appeared, werc qualified and took their seats.

Josiau R. Wynne, a representative from the counties of Lawrence and Richland, appeared, was qualified, and took his seat.

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