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And on the question “Will the Senate recede from its amendment to the same?” it was decided in the negative.

So the Senate insisted on the amendment.

Mr. Gilson, from the committee on Bills, reported that the committee have this day presented to the Governor, for his approval and signature, bills of the following titles:

(S. 9.) “An act to prevent damage which may be occasioned by lumber to owners of land lying on and adjoining Connecticut River.”

(S. 27.) “An act to extend the charter of the Bank of Bennington.” (H. 55.) “An act granting a ferry to Tabor I. Sewell.”

(H. 91.) “An act making an appropriation to the Vermont Asylum for the Insane."

(H. 105.) “An act relative to Engine Company No. 3, in Burlington.”

(H. 12.) “An act in addition to section 14, chapter 26, of the Revised Statutes."

(S. 17.) “An act extending the jurisdiction of justices of the peace."

(H. 73.) “An act to pay N. Haskell and Augustus Palmer the sum therein mentioned.”

(H. 98.) “An act granting a ferry to Azem Niles.” (H. 99.) “An act to regulate the choice of a Council of Censors." (H. 106.) “An act laying a tax on the lands in Readsboro'.” (H. 113.) “An act in addition to chapter 2d of the Revised Statutes.” (S. 35.) “An act granting a premium on woven silk.”

(H. 97.) “An act appropriating the sum therein mentioned to defray the expenses of a Council of Censors."

(H. 100.) “An act to incorporate the president, directors, and company, of the Bank of Poultney."

(S. 20.) “An act to repeal a part of the first section of chapter 13 of the act regulating and governing the militia."

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EST (S. 33.) “An act altering the names of certain persons."

ng bas 38.) “An act relating to the State Prison." 40.) “An act relating to banks." 28.) “An act to pay A. D. Arms the sum therein mentioned."

“An act relating to sheep infected with the scab.” 77.) “An act in addition to chapter 8 of the Revised Statutes." (H. 79.) “An act to extend the right of trial by jury." (H. 83.) “An act making appropriations for the support of government."

(H. 85.) “An act authorizing the Treasurer to borrow the sum therein mentioned."

(H. 95.) “An act in addition to the several acts regulating and governing the militia of this State."

(H. 104.) “An act to pay George A. Allen the sum therein mentioned."

(H. 108.) “An act in addition to an act regulating and governing the militia of this State."

(H, 112.) “An act to incorporate the president, directors, and company, of the Bank of Montpelier."

(H. 84.) “An act assessing a tax for the support of government."

(H. 24.) “An act to pay the town of Alburgh the sum therein mentioned."

(H. 76.) "An act annexing part of Monroe to Walden." (H. 59.) “An act in amendment of the 43d chapter of the Revised Stat(H. 37.) “An act relating to State Prison accounts." Binderita

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(H. 115.) “An act in addition to chapter 8 of the Revised Statutes."

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Merrill, their clerk :

MR. PRESIDENT :—The House concur with the Senate in passing a resolution for a committee to adjust the accounts of the Superintendent of the State Prison.

(H. 115.) They recede from their disagreement to the bill entitled “an act in addition to chapter 8 of the Revised Statutes.”

The Senate took up the resolution from the House of Representatives, relative to publishing the proceedings of the joint assembly."

And on the question “Will the Senate adhere to its amendment thereto?” it was decided in the affirmative.

So the amendment was adhered to.

Mr. Adams moved that a message be sent to the House of Representatives, to inform them that the Senate has no further business, and to request that the House inform the Senate whether it has any further communications to make. Which motion was agreed to. The Secretary transmitted the message. Mr. Adams moved that a message be sent to His Excellency the Governor, to inform him that the Senate have no further business, and to request him to inform the Senate whether he has any further communications to make.

Which motion was agreed to, and
Mr. Adams was requested to transmit the message.

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Merrill, their Clerk:

MR. PRESIDENT: The House concur with the Senate in passing the resolutions relative to the proceedings of Congress in the case of the New Jersey members.

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Hebard, a member:

MR. PRESIDENT:-I am instructed by the House of Representatives to inform the Senate, that the House has closed the business of the session, and has no further communications to make to the Senate.

A message from the Governor, by Mr. Manser, Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs :

MR. PRESIDENT: His Excellency the Governor has approved and signed the bill entitled “ an act relating to banks."

And I am instructed by His Excellency to inform the Senate that he has no further communications to make.

The Senate adjourned.

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