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OF THE

SENATE

OF THE

THIRTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY

“ OF THE

State of Xllinois,

AT THEIR REGULAR SESSION, BEGUN AND HELD AT SPRINGFIELD,

DECEMBER 5, 1842.

SPRINGFIELD:
WILLIAM WALTERS, PUBLIC PRINTER.

1842.

From the counties of Will, Du Page and Iroquois-JOEL A. MATTESON.
From the counties of Greene and Jersey-ALFRED W. CAVARLY.
From the counties of Kane, McHenry, Boone and DeKalb—IRA Mi-

NARD

From the county of La Salle-MICHAEL Ryan.
From the counties of Peoria, Stark and Bureau—W. W. THOMPSON.

From the counties of Rock Island, Henry, Whiteside and Lee-JOHN BUFORD.

From the counties of Schuyler and Brown-JACOB VANDEVENTER.
From the county of Hancock-J. C. Davis.
From the counties of Knox and Mercer-WILLIAM MCMURTRY.
From the county of St. Clair-Setul Catlin.
From the counties of Menard, Logan and Mason-Lewis B. Wynne.
From the county of Pike—THOMAS WORTHINGTON.
From the countics of Cass and Scott-JAMES GILLHAM.
From the county of Madison-GEORGE SMITH.
From the counties of Greene and Calhoun-ReviL W. ENGLISH.

From the counties of Bond, Christian and Montgomery--BENJAMIN Johnson.

From the counties of Coles and Clark-NATHANIEL PARKER.
From the county of Edgar-Nelson W. NUNNALLY.

From the counties of McLean, DeWitt and Macon-ROBERT F. BarNETT.

From the counties of Vermilion and Champaign-WILLIAM FITHAN.
From the counties of Union and Alexander-John DOUGHERTY.
From the county of Gallatin-George LEVISTON.
From the counties of Hamilton, Jefferson and Marion-R. A. D. WILL-

BANKS.

From the counties of Perry, Clinton and Washington—John Crain. From the county of Sangamon-REUBEN HARRISON.

On motion of Mr. Ralston, Ordered, That the Senate do now proceed to the election of a Sccre. tary.

Mr. Pearson nominated Isaac S. BERRY; And thereupon, The Senate proceed to vote for Secretary as follows, viz: Those who voted for Isaac S. Berry, are, Messrs. Barnett, Buford, Catlin, Cavarly, Crain. Cullom, Davis, Dougherty, English, Evans, Feaman, Fitbian, Gillham, Harris, Harrison of Sin. gamon, Henry, Hoard, Houston, James, Johnson, Killpatrick, Leviston, Markley, Matteson, McMurtry, Minard, Nunnally, Parker, Parrish, Pear. son, Ralston, Ryan, Slocumb, Smith, Stapp, Thompson, Vandevenier, Warren, Willbanks, Worthington, and Wynne_21.

Mr. Baker voted for Merritt L. Covell.
And thereupon,

Isaac S. Berry, having received a majority of the votes given, was de. clared duly elected Secretary of the Senate of the thirteenth General Assembly of the State of Illinois.

On motion of Mr. Vandeventer, Ordered, That the Senate do now proceed to the election of a Sergeantat-Arms.

The Senate, thereupon, proceeded to the election of a Sergeant-at-Arms, as follows, viz:

Those who voted for Iram Nye, are,

Messrs. Barnett, Buford, Carlin, Cavarly, Crain, Davis, Dougherty, English, Evans, Feaman, Gillham, Harris, Hoard, Houston, James, Leviston, Markley, Matteson, McMurtry, Minard, Nunnally, Parker, Parrish, Pearson, Ralston, Ryan, Slocumb, Thompson, Vandeventer, Warren, Willbanks, and Wynne-32.

Those who voted for Mr. Reed, are
Messrs. Baker, Cullom, Fithian, Harrison of Sangamon, and Henry—5.
Those who voted for Mr. Lee, are
Messrs. Jolinson, Smith, and Worthington-3.
Mr. Killpatrick voted for Mr. Wickersham.
And thereupon,

Iram Nye, having received a majority of the votes given, was declared duly elected Sergeant-at-Arms to the Senate of the thirteenth General Assembly of the State of Illinois.

On motion of Mr. Harris, The Senate then proceeded to the election of an Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk; which resulted as follows, to-wit:

Those who voted, for Wm. D. Latshaw, are,

Messrs. Barnett, Buford, Catlin, Cavarly, Crain, Davis, Dougherty, English, Evans, Feaman, Gillham, Harris, Henry, Hoard, Houston, James, Killpatrick, Leviston, Markley, Matteson, McMurtry, Minard, Nunnally, Parker, Parrish, Pearson, Ralston, Ryan, Slocumb. Smith, Thompson, Vandeventer, Warren, Willbanks, Worthington, and Wynne-36.

Those who voted for John B. Weber, are,
Messrs. Baker, Harrison of Sangamon, and Johnson–3.
Mr. Cullom voted for Downing Baugh.
Mr. Fithian voted for M. M. Mobley.
Whereupon,

W. D. Latshaw, having received a majority of the votes given, was declared duly elected Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk to the Senate of the thirteenth General Assembly of the State of Mincis,

On motion of Mr. Ralston, Resolved, That the reporters for the State Register and Sangamo Journal be admitted to seats on the floor of the Senate.

On motion of Mr. Pearson, Resolved, that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives that they have met and organized; have elected Isaac S. Berry their Secretary, Iram Nye their Sergeant-at-Arms, W. D. Latshaw their Enrolling und Engrossing Clerk, and are now ready to proceed to legislative business.

On motion of Mr. Ralston, Resolved, That the rules of the last Senate be adopted for the government of the present Senate.

On motion of Mr. Pearson, The resolution last offered by him and adopted, was re-considered, and

On the further motion of Mr. Pearson,

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