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The Senate proceeded 10 the consideration of the orders of the day, upon the bill, entitled "An act to incorporate the Concord Manufacturing Company,”

Which was read a third time.
On the question,
Shall said bill pass?
It was decided in the negative.

So said bill did not pass.
! Ordered, That the clerk notify the House of Representatives
accordingly.

A message from the House of Representatives by their clerk:

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“Mr. President—The Speaker of the House of Representatives has signed bills with the following titles, the following resolutions, and the following address, reported as correctly engrossed by the committee on Engrossed Billls:

“An act to incorporate a provident institution for savings in the town of Somersworth, by the name of the Somersworth Savings Bank;"

"An act in amendment of chapter 154 of the Revised Statutes;"

"An act making appropriations for the militia of this State for the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-five;"!

“An act in amendment of the act of incorporation of the Great Falls and Conway Railroad;"

Resolutions relating to the distribution act;

"An address in favor of the removal of certain officers therein named.''

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Thereupon, the President of the Senate signed the aforesaid bills, resolutions and address, and they were delivered to the committee on Engrossed Bills, to be by them laid before His Excellency the Governor, for his approval and signature.

Mr. Lane, from the committee on Roads, Bridges and Canals, to whom was referred the bill, entitled “An act in alteration and amendment of chapter 142 of the Revised Statutes,"reported the following resolution:

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

Mr. Gibson moved to amend said resolution, by striking out all after the word "till,” and insert the following: "be indefinitely postponed."

On the question,
Shall said amendment be adopted?

It was decided in the affirmative.
So the resolution was amended.
On the question,
Shall said resolution as amended be adopted?
It was decided in the affirmative.
So the bill was indefinitely postponed.

Ordered, That the clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

A message from the House of Representatives by their clerk :

“ Mr. President—The House of Representatives have passed bills with the following titles and the following resolutions, in which they ask the concurrence of the Honorable Senate:

"An act to establish a corporation by the name of the Piscataquog Steam Mill, in Bedford;"

"An act to exempt certain persons from military duty;"

"An act in addition to and explanatory of the act, entitled “An act to render railroad corporations public in certain cases, and constituing a board of railroad commissioners;">

“An act to incorporate the Three Ponds Manufacturing Company;"

Resolutions authorizing His Excellency the Governor to procure the collection and arrangement of the army rolls of the United States, belonging to this State, and procure the binding of the unbound written journals of the Senate and House of Representatives, now on file in the office of the secretary of state; and authorizing the Governor to receive any trophies of the battle of Bennington, presented to this State by Gen. John Stark; and appropriating five hundred dollars to carry said resolutions into effect;

A resolution providing for the publishing of the public acts and resolves of this State;

A resolution in favor of John F. Brown and others;
Resolutions in relation to Texas and Oregon;
A resolution in favor of Jacob C. Carter;
A resolution in favor of Tileston A. Barker and others;

Resolution directing the secretary to furnish the town or Auburn a copy of the statute laws of this State; a set of N. H. reports, and one of Carrigain's maps of this State.”

The foregoing bill, seat up from the House of Representatives, entitled “An act to incorporate the Three Ponds Manufacturing Company,”

Was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That the same be referred 4-10; the committee on Agriculture and Manufactures.

The foregoing bill, sent up from the House of Representatives, entitled "An act to incorporate the Piscalaquog Steam Mill in Bedford,”

Was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That the same be referred to the committee on Ag. riculture and Manufactures.

The foregoing bill, sent up from the House of Representatives, entitled "An act to exempt certain persons from military duty,"

Was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That said bill be referred to the coinmittee on Mil. itary Affairs.

The foregoing bill, sent up from the House of Representatives, entitled "An act in addition to and explanatory of the bill, entitled "An act to render railroad corporations public in certain cases, and constituting a board of railroad commissioners,"

Was read a first and second time.

Orilered, That the same be referred to the committee on Roads, Bridges and Canals.

The foregoing resolution, sent up from the House of Representatives, in favor of the town of Auburn,

Was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That the same-be referred to the committee on Incorporations.

The foregoing resolution; sent up from the House of Representatives, authorizing the publication of the public acts and resolves of the legislature of this State in the American Citizen and the New Hampshire Sentinel,

Was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That the same be referred to the committee on the Judiciary.

The foregoing resolution, sent up from the House of Representatives, in favor of Tileston A. Barker and others,

Was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That the same be referred to the committee on Claims.

The foregoing resolutions, sent up from the House of Representatives, in relation to the army rolls of the revolution, and the unbound journals of the Senate and House of Representatives,

Were read a first and second time.

Ordered, That the same be referred to the committee on the Judiciary.

The foregoing resolution, sent up from the House of Representatives, in favor of Jacob C. Carter,

Was read a first and second time.

Ordered, That the same be referred to the committee on Claims.

The foregoing resolution, sent up from the House of Representatives, in favor of John F. Brown and others,

Was read a first and second time. Ordered, That ihe same be referred to the committee on Claims.

The foregoing resolutions, sent up from the House of Representatives, in relation to Texas and Oregon, were read.

Resolved, That they pass,

Ordered, That the clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

Said resolutions are as follows:

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened, That our national government, warned by the overreaching policy and deep duplicity of Great Britain in relation to the north-eastern boundary, should assert and maintain our rights to the territory of Oregon to the 54th degree of north latitude.

Resolved, That concession, harmony and forbearance under repeated and long continued injuries, cease to be national virtues, and that our government will best represent the national spirit, by entering into no compromise with tyranny and by submitting to no national wrong.

Resolved, That the interference of England to prevent the peaceful annexation of Texas to the Union, is a measure as unprecedented and unjustifiable, as insulting to this Republic, and requires speedy explanation by the British ministry.

Resolved, That the interference of the United States to avert from any portion of the people of this continent or the world, the miseries of British colonial servitude, would be abundantly justified by the acts of that government.

Resolved, That the recent developments of the intrigues of the British government with those of Mexico and Texas, to defeat the policy of this nation in relation to the annexation of Texas, demonstrates the sagacity, wisdom and patriotism of such of our statesmen as, by their efforts, brought this great measure to a triumphant consummation.

Resolved, That His Excellency the governor be requested to furnish copies of the foregoing resolutions to the legislatures of the several states, and to our senators and representatives in congress.

Mr. Smith, from the committee on Engrossed Bills, reported that they had carefully examined and found correctly engrossed, bills with the following titles and the following resolutions:

"An act to alter the names of certain persons;"

“An act in amendment of the seventy-first chapter of the Revised Statutes;".

“An act authorizing the Governor and Council to remove any insane prisoner,confined in the State Prison, to the N. H. Asylum for the Insane;"

“An act in amendment of chapter one hundred and seventeen of the Revised Statutes;"

“An act to provide for the appointment of additional officers;"

"An act to sever a tract of land from East Kingston, and ad-nex the same to Newtown;"

“An act to sever a certain tract of land from the town of Lincolo, and annex the same to the town of Landaff;"

"An act to authorize contiguous school districts to associate together to establish and maintain high schools;"

“An act in amendment of chapter 166 of the Revised Statutes;”

“An act in addition to chapter one hundred and seventy-one of the Revised Statutes;"

A resolution to repeal the resolution, authorizing the sale or exchange of certain duplicate copies of books in the state library;

A resolution relatiug to the repudiation of state debtsz.

A resolution granting one copy of Carrigain's inap of New Hampshire to the Gilmanton Theological Seminary;

Resolutions to apply unexpended balance of appropriations for state prison, to repairs of the same, &c.;

A resolution making appropriations for the deaf,dumb and blind;

A resolution appointing Wm. Fisk, keeper of the state house and state house yard.

A message from the House of Representatives by their clerk:

“Mr. President- The Speaker of the House of Representatives has signed bills with the following titles and the following resolutions, reported as correctly engrossed by the committee on Engrossed Bills:”

"An act to alter the names of certain persons;?'

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