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BILLS of the House.(Concluded.)

99 An act in relation to the State Prison, 89, 90, 91.
100 An act to pay Lawrence Brainerd the sum therein mentioned, 89, 93,

97.

102 An act to pay Azariah Webb the sum therein mentioned, 83, 93.
104 An act laying a tax on the lands in Avery's Gore in Addison County,

89, 91, 96, 97.
105 An act laying a tax on the lands in Greensboro', 86, 87, 96, 97.
106 An act laying a tax on the County of Washington, 94, 95, 96, 97.
107 An act in addition to an act relating to highways, 98, 99, 102.
108 An act to pay Z. C. Camp the sum therein mentioned, 86, 95, 96, 97.
110 An act amending chapter 74 of the Revised Statutes, 91, 92, 94, 101,

102.
111 An act for the relief of ministerial officers, 91, 93.
113 An act to pay George B. Manser the sum therein mentioned, 94, 95,

98, 100.

114 An act to limit the time for militia officers to make their returns to

I town clerks, 94, 95, 96, 97.
115 An act establishing the Cavendish Light Infantry, 94, 95, 96, 97.
116 An act establishing the Rockingham Light Infantry, 94, 95, 96, 97.
117 An act concerning the State Prison, 94, 95, 98, 100.
118 An act for the relief of George W. Wentworth, 98, 99, 102.

Blodgett, Mr., excused from serving on select committee on apportion-

ment of Senators, 64.

Camp, Zebina C., appointed Door-Keeper, 5.
Chairmen of standing committees elected, 6.
Chaplain of the State Prison, resolution relating to the election of, 13.
Clarke, D. W. C., called the Senate to order, 3.

elected Secretary, 4.
Committee, select, appointed on bill (S. 4) entitled "an act in addition to

chapter 60, title 14, of the Revised Stat-

utes,” 27.
on petition of E. D. Putnam and others, 27.
on State Library, 28.
on the resolution relative to James W. Gro-

gan, 29.
on the Virginia resolutions, 29.
on the Indiana resolutions, 29.
on resolution relative to Revolutionary Pay

Rolls, 54.
on bill (S. 37,) 81.

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Committee, select, appointed on part of Governor's message relating to

United States Constitution, 23.
appointed to canvass votes for State officers, 4.
on Rules appointed, 6.
of two appointed to wait upon the Lieut. Gov. elect, &c., 7.
to report joint rules, appointed, 13.

on bills, appointed, 14.
*Committees, standing, (see standing committees.]
Communication from the House of Representatives, of its organization, 5.

from the Governor, of the oath of his office and the ap-

pointment of Secretary, &c., 14.
from Council of Censors, 35, 42, 51.
from District Clerk, on census of 1840, 42, 60. (Appen-

dix 29.]
from the Governor, transmitting certain documents, 44, 45.

announcing vacancy 1st Brigade, 2d

Division, militia, 51.
announcing death of John Starkweath-

- er, Esq., 62.
Auditor of Accounts on military expenses, 66, 87.
Connecticut, resolutions from, on the tariff, 45.

on altering U. S. Constitution, 45, 53.
Council of Censors, communication from, 35, 42, 51.

D.

Day, Norris, petition of, 30, 67.
Delaware, resolutions from, 29, 53.
Directory, Legislative, ordered to be printed, 4.
Door-Keeper, appointment of, and Assistant do., 5.

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Eaton, Horace, elected President pro tempore of the Senate, 3, 4.

appointed on the select committee for the apportionment of
Senators, vice Mr. Blodgett, excused, 64.
Education, report of committee on, (Appendix 36.]
Election of President pro tem., Secretary, and Assistant Secretary, 4.

Chaplain, 5.
Chairmen of standing committees, 6.
members of standing committees, 8.

Elections, report of committee of, in case of Hon. D. W. Aiken, 41, 50,

in case of Hon. Stephen Howe, 72, 75.

[Appendix 37.)

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Ferrisburgh Quarterly Meeting, memorial of, 30.
Fund, Safety, Treasurer's report on, [Appendix 14.]

School, Auditor's report on, [Appendix 15.]

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Garfield, F. A., appointed Assistant Door-Keeper, 5. "
Governor, annual message of, 16.
Grogan, James W., communication relative to the seizure of, 28, 79.

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Hall, Elias, petition of, 88.
Holmes, George E., petition of, 12, 72. (Appendix 37.)
House of Representatives, messages from, 4, 5, 6, 8, 12, 13, 14,

27, 30, 31, 35, 37, 40, 42, 43, 47, 49, 51, 52, 55, 56, 59,
72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 78, 80, 81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 88, 89, 90,
100, 101, 103.

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Indiana, resolutions from, 29, 34, 53.

Joint Assembly, resolutions for, (see resolutions.)
Joint rules, resolution for a committee to report, 13, 14.
committee appointed to report, 13.

report of, 23.

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Leave of absence granted to Mr. Fletcher, 43.

to Mr. Swift, 47.
to Mr. Chipman, 72.

to Mr. Crawford, 84.
to sit during the session of the Senate, granted to the committee

on elections, 56.
Lieut. Governor elect, committee to wait upon appointed, 7.

address of, 7; sworn, 7.

M.

Maine, resolutions from, 45, 53, 61.
Massachusetts, resolutions from, 29, 53.
Memorial of Moody Rieh, presented 4, 8, 72.

Ferrisburgh Quarterly Meeting, 30, 67.
New York Historical Society, 29, 33.
New-York Institute for the Blind, 45, 64.

University of Vermont, 65, 98.
Message to the House on the organization of the Senate, 4.
Governor, 65

66 66 5.
from the House, of the election of Speaker and Clerk pro tem. 5.
to the Governor, on the completion of the business of the ses-

sion, 103.
to the House,

66

103.
annual, of his Excellency the governor, 16.
from the Governor, communicating report of auditor in the treas-

ury department, 55.
transmitting documents from the Executive

of Virginia, 80.
of approval of sundry bills, 60, 63, 73, 87,

97, 102, 103.
that he has no further communication to

make, 103.
Militia, annual returns of, &c. (Appendix 40, 54.)
Mississippi, resolutions from, 45, 89.

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New-Hampshire, resolutions from, 29, 30, 6).
New-York Historical Society, memorial of, 29, 33.

resolutions from, 29.

Institute for the blind, memorial of, 45, 64.
North-Eastern boundary, report and resolutions on, 61.

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Petition of Geo. E. Holmes and others and James Towle and others, 12,

72. (Appendix 37.)
Henry H. Robinson, 12, 26.
Vermont Academy of Medicine, 13, 15.
Prudential Committee of the Caledonia County Grammar

School, 24.
E. D. Putnam and others, 26, 27, 54.
Norris Day and others, 30, 67.
R. T. Robinson and others, 37, 54.
Fanny Nasmith, 46, 51.
inhabitants of East Bethel, 49, 67.

Elias Hall, 88.
President of the Senate pro tempore elected 3, 4.
Public lands, resolutions from sundry states on, 29, 31.
Putnam, E. D. and others, petition of, 26, 27, 54. "

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Quarterly meeting, Ferrisburgh, memorial of, 30.
Question of order, on entertaining bill (S. 12) “an act relating to the

grand list,") 32, 34.

Resolution for a joint assembly to hear report of Canvassing committee, 4.

to furnish newspapers during the session, 4.
ordering legislative directory to be printed, 4.
for a joint assembly to elect governor, lieutenant governor and

treasurer, 5.

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