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Daniel Howell, E. M. Hunter, Joseph F. Loy, Edward McGarry, George R. McLane, Baltus Mantz, Ezra Miller, J. D. Reymert, Levi Sterling, Horatio N. Smith, D. S. Vittum, Eleazer Wakeley, F. H. West, T. T. Wbittlesey. William P. Allen, Allen H. Atwater, Samuel H. Baker, Harry Barnes, B. F. Barney, 0. F. Bartlett, H, M, Beecroft, C. J, Bell, Edward Boener, Theodore Bernhardt, S. G. Colley, John Crawford, John W. Davis, F. Desnɔyer, N. M. Donaldson, James H. Earnest, Edward Estabrook, William Eustis, George Fox, George Gary, W. I. Gibson, Jackson Hadley, T. Hagerty, Samuel Hale, Wil iam Hull, P. G. Harrington, Alexander Hart, C. R. Head, Jesse Hooker, F. W. Horn, William Jeffrey, L. W. Joiner, A. C, Ketchum, James H. Knowlton, James L. Kyle, P. W. Lake, Edward Lees, P. Lavis,

Senator.

Jefferson,

Milwaukee, do

Depere, do

Milwaukee, do

Hartland, do

Meeker,

Spring Valley, do

Denoon, do

Yineral Point, do

Plymouth, do

Baraboo, do

Whitewater, do

Monroe; do

Pheasant Branch. Member of Assembly Sharon, do

Oak Grove, do

Bristol, do

Middleton,
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Mayville,
East Troy,

Milwaukee,
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Johnson's Creek, do

Ashford, do

Watertown, də

Beloit, do

Milwaukee, do

Fox Lake, do

Green Bay, do

Waupun, do

New Diggings, do

Plattville, do

Oakland, do

Herman, do

Oshkosh, do

Black River Falls, do

Milwaukee, do

Franklin, do

Kenosha do

Potosi, do

Sugar Creek, do

Lima. do

Albion, do

Salem, do

Cedarburg, do

Ellenboro, do

Wyoming, do

Portage City,

Shullsburg, do

Manitowuc, do

Walworth, do

North Prairie, do

Greenfield,

Jefferson. Milwaukee. Brown. Milwaukee. Waukesha. Washington. Rock. Waukesha. Iowa. Sheboygan. Sauk. Walworth. Green, Dane: Walworth, Dodge, Dane, Dane, Dodge, Walworth, Milwaukee, Jefferson, Fond du Lac, Jefferson, Rock, Milwaukee, Dodge, Brown, Fond du Lac. Lafayette. Grant. Jefferson. Dodge, Winnebago. Jackson. Milwaukee. Milwaukee. Kenosha, Grant. Walworth. Calumet. Dane, Kenosha. Ozaukee. Grant. Iowa. Columbia. Lafayette. Manitowoc. Walworth. Waukesha. Milwaukee.

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John Mathes
Peter W. Matts,
F. McCormick,
Samuel McCracken,
Walter D. McIndoe,
Abner Mitchell,
David L. Morrison,
Archibald Nichols,
David Noggle,
Nelson R. Norton,
Edward O'Neil,
Harlow S. Orton,
Ruel Parker,
Peter Parkinson, Jr.,
C. H. Purple,
Darius Reed,
W. Reinhardt,
C. C. Remington,
C. I. Rich,
Lewis Rood,
A. Rosenthal,
Adam Schantz,
David Scott,
W. S. Spafard,
Joseph Spaulding,
Jesse Smith,
John Smith,
Isaac S. Tallmadge,
Wm: F. Terhune,
J. L. V. Thomas
M. J. Thomas.
John Toay,
John Tobin,
Alfred Topliff,
W. M. Torbert,
W. E. Webster,
Thomas West,
M. M. Wheedon,
Nathaniel Wheeler,
Andrew Whiting,
D. Worthington,
Charles S. Wright,
Milas K. Young,
Philip Zimmerman.

Member of Assembly. Rhine.
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Montrose.
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Ashippun, do

Marquette, do

Wausau, do

Spring Grove, do

Fort Atkinson, do

Mackford, do

Janesville, do

Burlington, do

Milwaukee. do

Madison, do

Portland, do

Fayette, do

Brookfield Centre, do

Sullivan, do

Milwaukee, do

Baraboo,

Vinland, do

Hazel Green, do

Sheboygan, do

Addison, do

Waupaca, do

Geneva, do

Harmony, do

Vernon, do

Caledonia, do

Fond du Lac, do

Viroqua, do

Beloit, do

Fond du Lac, do

Mineral Point, do

Granville, do

East Hampden, do

Hudson, do

Milwaukee, do

Raymond, do

Ozaukee, do

Richland Centre,

Richmond, do

Summit, do

Racine, do

Cassville. do

Germantown,

Sheboygan.
Dane.
Dodge.
Marquette,
Marathon.
Green.
Jefferson.
Marquette.
Rock.
Racine.
Milwaukee.
Dane.
Dodge.
Lafayette.
Waukesha,
Jefferson.
Milwaukee.
Sauk.
Winnebago.
Grant.
Sheboygon.
Washington.
Waupaca.
Walworth.
Rock,
Waukesha.
Racine.
Fond du Lac.
Bad Ax.
Rock.
Fond du Lac.
Iowa.
Milwaukee.
Columbia.
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Milwaukee.
Racine.
Ozaukee.
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Walworth,
Waukesha.
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GENERAL LAWS

OF THE

STATE OF WISCONSIN,

TOGETHER WITH THE MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS.

Chap 1.

AN ACT to attach a part of the County of Chippewa to

the County of Buffalo.

Published, January 25, 1854. The people of the State of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows : $ 1. All that part of the county of Chippewa situated Part to be at

. south of the township line between townships twentyfour and twenty-five north, and between the main channel of Chippewa river and the range line between ranges nine and ten west, is hereby set off from the said county of Chippewa and attached to the county of Buffalo, and shall hereafter constitute a part of the said county of Buffalo.

§ 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved, January 24, 1854.

Chap. 2.

county.

AN ACT to organize the County of Trempe a l'eau.

Published, January 30, 1854. The people of the State of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

§ 1. All that portion of country embraced in the folBoundary of

lowing boundaries, is hereby set off into a separate county to be called and known as the county of Trempe a l'eau, to wit: Beginning at the point on the Mississippi river where the line between townships seventeen and eighteen north, strikes said river; thence running east on said line to the main channel of Black river; thence up the main channel of Black river to the line between townships eighteen and nineteen north; thence east on said line to the range line between ranges six and seven west; thence north on said range line to the line between townships twenty-four and twenty-five north; thence west on said line and to the range line between ranges nine and ten west; thence south on said range line to Trempe a l'eau river; thence down the main channel of the Trempe a l'eau river to the Mississippi river; thence down the main channel of the Mississippi river to the place of beginning.

§ 2. There shall be an election held in said county on

the first Monday of September, 1854, for the election of a Judge, when

suitable person for county judge for said county, which election shall be conducted and the returns thereof made as now required by law for the election of county judges; and the judge so elected shall hold his office for the term of three years from and after the first day of January, 1855, and until his successor is elected and qualified.

§ 3. At the general election to be held in the month of County officers November, 1854, there shall be elected in said county, all

proper county officers; which officers shall qualify as now provided by law, and enter upon the duties of their several offices the first day of January, 1855.

$ 4. The board of supervisors of the town of Monte

ville, in said county, shall have power to act as the board Supervisors.

of supervisors of said county until other towns in said county shall be organized and elections therein held for town officers as now provided by law.

Election for

held.

elected.

First board of

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