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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE,
AT THEIR SESSION,
HOLDEN AT TEE OAPITOL IN OONOORD,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1828.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
PRINTED BY JACOB B. MOORK...FOR THE STATE.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1828. This being the day prescribed by the Constitution of the State for the General Court of New-Hampshire to assemble, the following named gentlemen elected as Senators met at the Capitol in Concord, and having taken and subscribed the oath of office agreeably to the provisions of the Constitution, took their seats in the Senate Chamber : From District No. 1, Hon. John W. Parsons,
No. 2, William Plumer, jr.
John W. Weeks.
On motion of Mr. Weeks, The Senate proceeded to the choice of President, and the Hon. Nabum Parker was elected.
Mr. Parker addressed the “senate, manifesting his acceptance of the office, and took the chair.
On motion of Mr. Bartlett, The Senate proceeded to the choice of a clerk, and William H. Y. Hackett was elected.
On motion of Mr. Wallace, The Senate proceeded to the choice of Assistant Clerk, and Benjamin B. French was elected.
On motion of Mr. Parsons, The Senate proceeded to the choice of Door Keeper, and Jewett Bishop was elected.
William H. Y. Hackett was-sworn faithfully to perform the duties of his office.
Benjamin B. French was sworn faithfully to perform the duties of his office.
On motion of Mr. Plumer, Resolved, that the rules and regulations of the Senate for the last year be adopted as the rules and regulations of the Senate for the present session, or until otherwise ordered.
On motion of Mr. Wallace, Ordered, that the Clerk be directed to notify the House of Representatives that the Senate have assembled, been qualified, and have chosen the Hon. Nahum Parker, President, William H. Y. Hackett, Esq. Clerk, and Benjamin B. French, Esq. Assistant Clerk, and are ready to proceed to business.
On motion of Mr. Plumer, Resolved, that a Com:nittee be appointed to report rules and regulations for the government of the Senate the present session.
1 A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Read, of Amherst. 6 Mr. President,
I'am directed to inform the Senate, that the House of Representatives have assembled, and have elected their con