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Newell,

Drury,
Horton,

Pease,
Eddy,

Howe of Lunenburgh, Perry,
Elmore,

Howe of Shoreham, Phelps,
Fairbanks,
Hutchinson,

Plumb,
Fairchild,
Jenney,

Pope,
Farnsworth,
Jones of Windham,

Rice,
Fish,
Keeler,

Rider,
Follansbee,
Kelley,

Rising,
Foot,
Kendrick,

Rolfe,
Frost,

Keyes of Putney, Ross,
Fry,
Langdon,

Russell,
Gage,
Lawrence,

Seeger,
Gardner,
Lee,

Shaw,
Gibbs,
Leonard,

Smith of Barton,
Gilmore of Ira, Lynde,

Smith of Ripton,
Gilmore of Rutland, Marsh,

Spafford,
Goodhue,
Marston,

Stetson,
Hall,
Martin,

Stevens,
Hammond,
Matthews,

Stoddard,
Harlow,
Maxham,

Strong of Starksboro',
Harmon,
May,

Swift,
Harrington,
Maynard,

Temple,
Hart,
Merritt,

Tilden,
Harvey,
Middlebrook,

Town,
Hazen of Hartford, Morse,

Waterman,
Hazen of North Hero, Nelson of Derby, Welch,
Holcomb,

Weston of Chester,
Holden,
Ordway,

Wesson of Danville,
Holland,
Page,

Wheelock,
Hollister,
Paine,

Wilcox,
Holmes,
Parsons,

Winchester.-132.
Those who voted in the negative are, Messrs.
Aldrich,
Burbank,

Lougee,
Bailey,
Carpenter,

Marshall,
Barlow,
Chaffee,

Nelson of Ryegate,
Beckett,

Clark of Middletown, Nutter,
Beedy,
Darling,

Perkins,
Benson,
Gillett,

Peterson,
Bill,
Harris,

Riford,
Blair,
Hinman,

Thomas,
Bratton,
Johnson,

Townsend,
Bruce,

Jones of Chelsea, Wilmarth.-32.
Buchannan,

Keyes of Victory,
So it passed in the affirmative.
A message from the Senate, hy Mr. Clarke, their Secretary :
MR. Speaker :- The Senate have passed bills of the following titles :
(S. 22.) An act relating to Common Schools."

(S. 34.) An act to pay Wm. Rounds, Jr., the sum therein mentioned."

(S. 35.) "An act in amendment of an act in relation to the State Prison,' approved November 10, 1841."

In which bills they request the concurrence of the House of Representatives.

(H. 114.) Mr. Marston introduced a bill entitled “ An act relating to School District Officers."

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Which was read the first time, and referred to the Committee on Education,

The Speaker laid before the House a communication from the Hon. Daniel Kellogg, the representative of the town of Rockingham, which was read, and is as follows:

MONTPELIER, 28th October, 1815. Sir :

Having been appointed a Judge of the Supreme Court of this State, and liaving accepted the office, I hereby resign my seat in the House, as the representative of the town of Rockingham, and will thank you to communicate the same to the House.

With the highest respect for you personally, and the members of the House over which you preside,

I have the honor to be,

Your ob't serv't,

DANIEL KELLOGG. Hox. E. N. Briggs,

Speaker H. Representatives. (H. 115.) Mr. Russell introduced a bill entitled “An act for the relief of the University of Vermont.”

Which was read the first time, and referred to the Committee on Education.

On motion of Mr. Marston, Leave of absence was granted to Mr. Horton, the Representative of the town of Sudbury, from and after to-morrow, for the remainder of the session.

(H.5.) On motion of Mr. Lawrence, the House proceeded to consider the motion, made by Mr. Marston on the 25th instant, to reconsider the vote by which the House refused to pass the engrossed bill entitled " An act extending the Charter of the Farmers' Bank,” which motion had been ordered to lie on the table.

Mr. Marston moved a call of the House ; and the question being taken, the House refused to order a call.

Mr. Jones of Chelsea moved to lay said motion to reconsider on the table ; and the question being taken was decided in the negative.

And the question was stated from the chair, Will the House reconsider their said vote rejecting said bill?

On which question the yras and nays, having been demanded by Mr. Benjamin, were taken, and were as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative are, Messrs. Adams of Cavendish, Briggs,

Converse, Adams of West Haven, Bryant,

Crook, 'Aiken, Button,

Crowley,
Allen,

Chase of Franklin, Danforth,
Barden,
Cheever,

Davis of Alburgh,
Barnes,
Cheney,

Davis of Newark,
Bartlett,
Churchill,

Dewey,
Balis,
Clapp,

Dorwin,
Beers,

Clark of Georgia, Drury,
Blackmer,

Clark of Middletown, Fairbanks,
Blanchard,
Coleman,

Fairchild,
Bogue,
Conkey,

Fish,

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Follansbee,
Howe of Shoreham,

Pease,
Foot,
Jenney,

Phelps,
Forbush,
Kelley,

Rider,
Frost,
Kendrick,

Ross,
Gage,

Keyes of Putney, Russell,
Gardner,
Lamb,

Seeger,
Gibbs,
Langdon,

Smith of Barton,
Gilmore of Ira, Landon,

Smith of Ripton,
Gilmore of Rutland, Lawrence,

Spafford,
Goodall,
Leonard,

Stetson,
Goodhue,
Maxham,

Stevens,
Harlow,
May,

Stoddard,
Harmon,
Maynard,

Strong of Waltham,
Ilarvey,
Middlebrook,

Swift,
Hazen of Hartford, Needham,

Welch,
Holcomb,

Nelson of Derby, Weston of Chester,
Holden,
Newell,

Wesson of Danville,
Holland,
Page,

Wheelock,
Horton,
Parsons,

Wilcox.-93.
Those who voted in the negative are, Messrs.
Adams of Grand Isle, Chaffee,

Lynde,
Adams of Weston,

Chase of Calais, Marsh,
Aldrich,
Crawford,

Marshall,
Andrus,
Darling,

Marston,
Bailey,
Dodge,

Matthews,
Ballou,
Ellwell,

Merritt,
Barlow,
Elmore,

Morse,
Beckett,
Farnsworth,

Nelson of Ryegate,
Beedy,
Gillett,

Nutter,
Belknap,
Hadley,

Ordway,
Benjamin,
Hall,

Paine,
Benson,
Harris,

Perkins,
Bentley,
Ilart,

Perry,
Bill,

Hazen of North Hero, Peterson,
Bishop,
Hinman,

Plumb,
Blair,
Hitchcock,

Rice,
Bliss,
Hollister,

Riford,
Bowman,
Holmes,

Rolfe,
Bratton,
Houghton,

Shaw,
Bruce,

Howe of Lunenburgh, Temple,
Buchannan,
Hutchinson,

Thomas,
Buck,
Johnson,

Tilden,
Bucklin,

Jones of Chelsea, Town,
Burbank,
Kay,

Townsend,
Burton,

Keyes of Victory, Waterman,
Capen,
Lathrop,

Wilmarth,
Carpenter,
Lee,

Winchester.–81.
So it passed in the affirmative.

Mr. Narston moved a call of the House; and the question being taken, the House refused to order a call.

And the question recurred, and was stated from the chair, Shall the bill pass ?

On which question, the yeas and nays, having been demanded by Mr. Marston, were taken, and were as follows:

Those who voted in the negative are, Messrs.
Adams of Cavendish, Adams of West Haven, Adams of Weston,

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Aiken,
Fairchild,

Lawrence,
Allen,
Fish,

Maxham,
Barnes,
Follansbee,

May,
Bartlett,
Foot,

Maynard,
Balis,
Forbush,

Middlebrook,
Beers,
Frost,

Needham,
Blackmet,
Gage,

Nelson of Derby,
Blanchard,
Gardner,

Newell,
Bogue,
Gibbs,

Page,
Briggs,

Gilmore of Ira, Parsons,
Bryant,

Gilmore of Rutland, Pease,
Button,
Goodall,

Phelps,
Chase of Franklin, Goodhue,

Rider,
Cheever,
Harlow,

Ross,
Cheney,
Harmon,

Russell,
Churchill,
Harvey,

Seeger,
Clapp,

Hazen of Hartford, Smith of Barton,
Clark of Georgia, Holcomb,

Smith of Ripton,
Clark of Middletown,
Holden,

Spafford,
Coleman,
Holland,

Stetson,
Conkey,
Horton,

Stevens,
Converse,

Howe of Shoreham, Stoddard,
Crook,
Jenney,

Strong of Waltham,
Crowley,
Joslyn,

Swift,
Danforth,
Kelley,

Welch,
Davis of Alburgh, Kendrick,

Weston of Chester,
Davis of Newark, Keyes of Putney, Wesson of Danville,
Dorwin,
Lamb,

Wheelock,
Drury,
Langdon,

Wilcox.-92.
Fairbanks,

Landon,
Those who voted in the negative are, Messrs.
Adams of Grand Isle, Capen,

Jones of Chelsea,
Aldrich,
Carpenter,

Jones of Windham, Andrus, Chaffee,

Kay, Bailey,

Chase of Calais, Keyes of Victory,
Ballou,
Crawford,

Lathrop,
Barden,
Dodge,

Lee,
Barlow,
Eddy,

Leonard,
Beckett,
Ellwell,

Lougee,
Beedy,
Elmore,

Lynde,
Belknap,
Farnsworth,

Marsh,
Benjamin,
Gillett,

Marshall,
Benson,
Hadley,

Marston,
Bentley,
Hall,

Matthews,
Bill,
Harrington,

Merritt,
Bishop,
Harris,

Morse,
Blair,
Hart,

Nelson of Ryegate, Bliss,

Hazen of North Ilero, Nutter,
Bowman,
Hinman,

Ordway,
Bratton,
Hitchcock,

Paine,
Bruce,
Hollister,

Perkins,
Buchannan,
Holmes,

Perry,
Buck,
Houghton,

Peterson,
Bucklin,

Howe of Lunenburgh, Plumb,
Burbank,
Hutchinson,

Rice,
Burton,
Johnson,

Riford,

Waterman,
Wilmarth,
Winchester.-85.

Rolfe,

Tilden, Shaw,

Town, Temple,

Townsend,
Thomas,

So it passed in the affirmative.
The House adjourned.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1845. Prayer by Rev. George B. Manser. The journal of yesterday was read.

(H. 116.) Mr. Swift introduced a bill entitled “An act establishing the Fees of the Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs for certain services."

Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee of Ways and Means.

Mr. Plumb introduced the following resolution :

Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives, That there be appointed a Committee of three from each House, to fix upon as early a day as practicable for an adjournment of both Houses of the Legislature without day.

Which was read and passed.

Mr. Burbank moved to reconsider the vote by which the House adopted the resolution, introduced by Mr. Bill yesterday, instructing the Committee on Debentures, in casting the mileage of the members, to adopy the nearest stage route from their places of residence to the seat of Government; and the question being taken, the House reconsidered their said vote.

Mr. Burbank moved to amend said resolution by striking out the word stage,and inserting in the place thereof the word “ înail;" which amendment was disagreed to.

Mr. Crowley moved to amend said resolution by inserting after the word " nearest,” and before the word “stagc," the words - and most convenient ;" which amendment was disagreed to.

Mr. Thomas moved to lay said resolution on the table; and the question being taken, was decided in the negative.

Mr. Maxham moved to dismiss the resolution ; and the question being taker, it passed in the affirmative.

Bills from the Senate were considered and ordered as follows:

The bill (S. 35) in amendment of an act entitled “An act in relation to the State Prison,” approved November 10, 1841, was read the first time, and referred to the Commitee on the State Prison.

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