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Messrs. Barrett, Bartlett, Blodgett, Crawford, Dana, Eaton of Franklin, Eaton of Washington, Fisk, Gilson, Palmer, Russell, Rich, Sabin, Wheelock and Wooster-15.

Those Senators who voted in the negative, are: Messrs. Bottum, Clark, Dean, Dillingham, French, Hatch, Hemenway, Norton, Sheldon, Sowles and Stevens-11. So the bill passed.

On motion of Mr. Clark, The Senate adjourned.

Tuesday, Nov. 9, 1841. Prayer by the Chaplain. The journal of yesterday was read.

(S. 40.) Mr. Sheldon, from the committee on Education, reported a bill entitled “ an act relating to the income of the state school fund,” and it was read twice and laid upon the table.

(H. 58.) Mr. Bartlett, from the committee on Finance, to whom was referred the bill from the House of Representatives entitled "an act relating to the Grand List,” reported the same with propositions of amendment, and on the demand of Mr. Crawford, the Senate considered said bill as in committee of the whole, Mr. Bartlett in the chair.

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

Mr. PRESIDENT,—The House have passed a resolution relative to a day of thanksgiving and a resolution relative to obtaining copies of the laws of Congress, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.

(H. 58.) The committee of the whole on the bill entitled "an act relating to the Grand List,” having made progress in the consideration thereof, rose and reported, and osked leave to sit again this afternoon, which was granted.

(S. 37.) Mr. Dillingham, from the select committee, to whom was referred the bill entitled “an act in alteration of an act entitled 'an act regulating and governing the militia of this state,' and of several acts in addition thereto," and the several amendments thereto adopted by the Senate, reported a bill (S. 41) entitled “an act in addition to the several acts regulating and governing the militia of this state," and it was read twice, and on motion of Mr: Wooster, laid upon the table.

(S. 43.) Mr. Blodgett introduced a bill entitled “an act to pay Tappan Stevens the sum therein mentioned," which was read twice and referred to the committee on Claims.

On motion of Mr. Clark, The Senate adjourned.

AFTERNOON

Mr. French, from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred a resolution relative to amending chapter 1 of the Revised Statutes, reported that in the opinion of the committee, no action is necessary thereon.

(H. 98.) Mr. Dean, from the committee on Land Taxes, reported the House bill entitled “an act laying a tax on the lands in Charleston," without amendment, and it was read the third time and passed in concurrence.

(S. 41.) Mr. Clark called up the bill entitled “ an act in addition to the several acts regulating and governing the militia of this state," and it was, on his motion,

Ordered to be engrossed and read the third time.

(H. 85.) Mr. Palmer, from the committee on Manufactures, to whom was referred the House bill entitled “an act to amend section 50 of chapter 68 of the Revised Statutes," reported the same without recommending any action thereon, and on his motion, it was laid upon the table.

Mr. Wooster, from the committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred a resolution providing for making the select men of the several towns the sole board of authority, reported adversely to the same.

(H. 30.) Mr. Crawford, from the senators of Bennington and Windham counties, to whom was referred the bill from the House of Representatives entitled "an act for surveying and ascertaining the boundary line between the counties of Bennington and Windham," reported as the opinion of such senators, that the bill ought not to pass, and on the question, Sha!! the bill be read the third time? it was decided in the negative.

So the bill was rejected.

Mr. Barrett called up the resolution from the House relative to a day of public thanksgiving, and the Senate refused to concur therein.

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

MR. PRESIDENT: The House have passed bills of the following titles, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate: (H. 87.) “ An act to pay John Hurlburt the sum therein mentioned," (H. 108.) “An act to pay Z.C. Camp the sum therein mentioned," and (H.105.) “ An act laying a tax on the lands in Geensboro”.”

The Senate took up the said bills, and they were severally read twice, and referred as follows:

(H. 87.) “An act to pay John Hurlburt the sun therein mentioned," and

(H. 108.) “ An act to pay Z. C. Camp the sum therein mentioned,” to the committee on Claims.

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(H. 105.) “An act laying a tax on the lands in Greensboro',” to the committee on Land Taxes.

Mr. Crawford, from the committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the communication received some time since from the Auditor of Accounts, reported as the opinion of the committee, that no action was necessary thereon.

The resolution from the House of Representatives, relative to procuring certain copies of the laws of Congress, was taken up and concurred in.

The Senate took up the resolution relative to appointing a committee to revise the militia laws, and Mr. Wooster moved to strike out all after the word “ Assembly;" which motion prevailed.

Mr. Eaton of Washington moved to strike out the word "one" and insert the word "three,” which motion also prevailed, and the resolution, on motion of Mr. Crawford, was laid on the table.

Mr. Wheelock, from the committee on Bills, made the following report:

The committee on Bills report that they have, this day, delivered to the Governor for his approval and signature, bills of the following titles, viz.:

(H. 57.) An act to incorporate the Willoughby Lake Turnpike Compa° (H.79.) “ An act to pay William A. Griswold the sum therein mentioned.”

(H. 32.) “ An act to pay Henry S. Morse and others the sum therein mentioned."

(H. 1.) “ An act to pay Ziba B. Nichols the sum therein mentioned.”

(H. 93.) “An act to pay Noble Lovely & Co. the sum therein mentioned."

(H. 97.) “ An act in amendment of section 63 of chapter 28 of the Revised Statutes."

(H. 91.) “An act assessing a tax for the support of government.” (H. 92.) “ An act making appropriations for the support of government."

(H. 90.) “An act authorizing the Treasurer to borrow the sum therein mentioned."

(H. 96.) “ An act to pay Lyman and King the sum therein mentioned." (H. 95.) “An act altering the names of certain persons." H. 60.) * An act laying a tax on the lands in Salem.” H. 35. “An act in addition to chapter 21 of the Revised Statutes." (H. 55.) “An act laying a tax on the lands in Avery's Gore, in the county of Franklin.”

(H. 18.) “ An act to incorporate the Readsboro' and Woodford Turnpike Company."

(H.77.) “An act fixing the time when public acts shall take effect." (S. 9.) “ An act in addition to chapter 41st of the Revised Statutes." is. 19.) “An act to amend the 28th chapter of the Revised Statutes,"

A message from his Excellency the Governor, by Mr. Hale, Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs : - MR. PRESIDENT :-His Excellency the Governor has this day approved and signed the following entitled bills:

(S. q.) “An act in addition to the 41st chapter of the Revised Statutes." (S. 19.) “An act to amend the 28th chapter of the Revised Statutes." (H. 58.) The Senate, as in committee of the Whole, Mr. Clark in the chair, resumed the consideration of tbe bill entitled "an act relating to the grand list,” and having considered the same, rose and reported progress to the Senate, and asked leave to sit again this evening, which was granted,

Mr. Clark moved that when the Senate adjourns, it adjourn to meet at 7 o'clock this evening, which motion was agreed to,

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

MR. PRESIDENT:-The House concur with the Senate in passing a resolution relating to Revolutionary Pay Rolls.

His Excellency the Governor has announced to the House that he has this day approved and signed bills of the following titles :

(H. 1.) "An act to pay Ziba B. Nichols the sum therein mentioned.”

(H. 18.) “An act to incorporate the Readsboro' and Woodford Turnpike Company."

(H. 32.) “An act to pay Henry S. Morse and others the sum therein mentioned.”

(H. 35.) “An act in addition to chapter 21 of the Revised Statutes."

(H. 55.) “An act laying a tax on the lands in Avery's Gore in the County of Franklin.”

(H. 57.) “An act to incorporate the Willoughby Lake Turnpike Com(H, 60.) “An act laying a tax on the lands in Salem." (H. 77.) “An act fixing the time when public acts shall take effect." (H. 79.) “An act to pay William Ą. Griswold the sum therein mention

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(H. 90.) “An act authorizing the Treasurer to borrow the sum therein mentioned.”

(H. 91.) “An act assessing a tax for the support of government." (H. 92.) “An act making appropriations for the support of government." (H. 93.) “An act to pay Noble Lovely & Co. the sum therein mention

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(H. 95.) “An act altering the names of certain persons." (H. 96.) “An act to pay Lyman & King the sum therein mentioned.”

(H. 97.) “An act in amendment of section 63 of chapter 28 of the Revised Statutes."

On motion of Mr. Clark, The Senate adjourned.

EVENING.

The President presented the petition of Elias Hall, praying for relief agatnst the mal-practices of Daniel P. Thompson, a Justice of the Peace; which was read, and,

On motion of Mr. Wooster, Ordered, To lie on the table.

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

MR. PRESIDENT:-The House have passed bills of the following titles, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate:

(H. 100.) “An act to pay Lawrence Brainerd the sum therein mention

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(H. 104.) “An act laying a tax on the lands in Avery's Gore in Addison County."

(H. 99.) “An act in relation to the State Prison."

(H. 54.) The House concur in the proposed amendment of the Senate to the bill entitled “an act laying a tax on the lands in Newark,” and in passing a bill (, 35) entitled an act in alteration of chapter 43 of the Revised Statutes."

(H. 81.) Mr. Bottum, from the committee on Roads and Canals, to whom was referred the bill from the House of Representatives entitled “an act in amendment of an act entitled 'an act in relation to highways,'” reported the same without amendment, and it was Read the third time, and passed in concurrence,

The following bills from the House of Representatives were taken up, severally read the first and second times, and referred as follows:

(H. 99.) “An act in relation to the State Prison,” to the committee on the Judiciary.

(H. 104.) “An act laying a tax on the lands in Avery's Gore in Addison County," to the committee on Land Taxes,

(H. 100.) “An act to pay Lawrence Brainerd the sum therein mentioned," to the committee on Claims.

(H. 58.) The Senate, as in committee of the Whole, Mr. Clark in the chair, resumed consideration of the bill from the House of Representatives entitled "an act relating to the grand list,” and, having made progress therein, rose and reported the same to the Senate, and asked leaye to sit again tomorrow morning. Which was granted.

On motion of Mr. Dean, The Senate adjourned.

WEDNESDAY, Nov. 10, 1841. Prayer by the Chaplain. The journal of yesterday was read.

(H. 99.) Mr. Wooster, from the coinmittee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill from the House of Representatives entitled "an act in relation to the State Prison,” reported the same without amendment, and it was

Read the third time, and passed in concurrence. (S. 43.) Mr. Eaton of Franklin, from the select committee to whom was referred the resolution relative to a new apportionment of Senators, with

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