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elton, Maxwell, Noel, O'Rear, Parker, Reilley, Ross, Stadden, and Turney.

In the negative

Messrs. Allen of McLean, Bond, Butler, Edwards, Gatewood, Hacker, Hamlin, Herndon, Lane, Mills, Mitchell, Murray, Owen, Parrish, Pruyne, Servant,, Thomas, Vance, Warren, Weatherford, Whiteside of Monroe, Whireisde of Pope, Wight Wood and Mr. Speaker.

Mr. Whiteside of Monroe moved.

To amend said bill further, by adding the following to the 18th section, as an additional article, viz:

"There shall be appropriated the sum of one hundred thousand dollars, of the first moneys that shall be obtained under the provisions of this act, to be drawn by the several counties (in a rateable proportion to the census last made, through which no rail road or canal is provided to be made, at the expense or cost of the State of Illinois; which said moneys shall be expended in the improvement of roads, constructing bridges, and other public works."

On motion of Mr. Gatewood.

Said amendment was amended, by striking out "one hundred thousand," and inserting “two hundred ihousand," in lieu thereof.

And then was adopted as amended.
Yeas 31, Nays. 9.
Those voting in the affirmative are-

Messrs. Allen of Greene, Allen of McLean, Bond, Borrough, Browning, Butler, Craig, Edwards, Fletcher, Gatewood, Hackelton, Ilamlin, Herndon, Lane, McLaughlin, Mills, Mitchell, Murray, Noel, Owen, Parker, Parrish, Reilley, Ross, Servant, Stadden, Turney, Vance, Whiteside of Monroe, Whiteside of Pope, and Wight,

In the negative

Messrs. Hacker, Maxwell, O'Rear, Pruyne, Thomas, Warren, Weatherford, Wood and Mr. Speaker.

Mr. Lane moved.

To amend said bill by adding at the end of the eighth article of the 18th section, the following:

“And also a rail ıoad diverging from some suitable point on the central Rail road, and running to Shawneetown via Mount Vernon, Jefferson county, and McLeansboro ia Hamilton county, and the sum of five hundred thousand dollars is hereby appropriated to the construction of the same."

Which was decided in the negative.
Yeays 6. Noes 32.
Those voting in the affirmative are,

Messrs. Allen of Greene, Borrough, Lane, O'Rear, Thomas and Turney.

In the negative.

Messrs, Allen of McLean, Bond, Browning, Butler, Craig, Edwards, Gatewood, Ilackelton, Hacker, Hamlin, Maxwell, McLaughlin, Mills, Mitchell, Murray, Noel, Owen, Parker, Parrish, Pruyne, Reilley, Ross,

Servant, Stadden, Vance, Warren, Weatherford, Whiteside of Monroo, Whiteside of Pope, Wight, Wood, and Mr, Speaker.

Mr. Servant moved,

The previous question, and on the question, shall the main question be now put?

It was decided in the affirmative, and
The main question was accordingly put, viz:
Shall the said bill be read a third time?
Decided in the affirmative,
Yeas 25. Nays 15.
Those voting in the affirmative are,

Messrs. Allen of McLean, Bond, Edwards, Fletcher, Gatewood, Hackelton, Hacker, Hamlin, Herndon, McLaughlin, Mills, Mitchell, Murray, Noel. Owen, Parker, Parrish, Pruyne, Reilley, Stadden, Vance, Warren, Whiteside of Monroe, Wight and Wood.

In the negative. Messrs. Allen of Greene, Borrough, Browning, Butler, Craig, Lane, Maxwell, OʻRear, Ross, Servant, Thomas, Turney, Weatherford, White side of Pope, and Mr. Speaker. On motion, The Senate adjourned. until 2 o'clock P. M.

[wo o'clock, P. M.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. Hackelton, from the committee on enrolled bills, reported as having been this day laid before the Council of Revision bills of the following titles, viz:

"An act to extend the corporate powers of the town of Peoria,"
“An act for the relief of the Sheriff of Shelby county,"
"An act to incorporate the Princeton Seminary,"
“An act for the relief of Elizabeth Rice, late Elizabeth Buxton."
On motion of Mr. Turney,

The bill for “ An act to abolish Calhoun county," which had been heretofore laid on the table, was taken up, and on the question,

Shall the said bill be engrossed and read a third time? It was decided in the affirmative,

Yeas, 22. Nays, 15.

Those who voted in the affimative areMessrs. Allen of Greene, Allen of M'Lean, Bond, Borough, Craig, Ilackelton, flamlir., Ilerndon, M'Laughlin, Mitchell, Murray, Noel, O’Rear, Owen, Parrish, Ross, Stadden, Thomas, Turney, Warren, Weatherford, and Whiteside of Pope.

In the negative

Messrs. Browning, Butler, Edwards, Fletcher, Gatewood, Hacker, Lane, Mills, Parker, Pruyne, Servant, Vance, Whiteside of Monroe, Wight, and Mr. Speaker.

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

Mr. SPEAKER:

The House of Representatives have passed bills of the following titles, viz:

"An act to continue the charter of the bank of Kaskaskia, for a limited time,

"An act to amend an act entitled an act for the construction of the Illinois and Michigan canal.” Approved Jan.9, 1836,

“An act to locate a State road from Grafton to Wood river, in the passage of which several bills they ask the concurrence of the Senate. They have concurred with the Senate in the passage of the bill enti. lled " An act to incorporate the stockholders of the Pittsfield and Mississippi ra:l road company,” as amended by them, in which a nend. ments they ask the concurrence of the Senate.

A message from the Council of Revision, by Mr. Owings:
Mr. SPEAKER:

The Council of Revision have approved bills of the following titles, viz:

"An act to incorporate the Rockport and Mississippi canal company, “An act to extend the corporate powers of the town of Peoria."

"An act to incorporate the Mississippi and Desmoine Rapids bridge company,"

"An act to authorize Samuel Rodgers to sell and convey certain real estate therein described,"

"An act for the relief of the Sheriff of Shelby county," and
6. An act to incorporate the Princeton Seminary."
On motion of Mr. Ross,

The amendments of the flouse of Representatives to the bill for incorporating the Pittsfield and Mississippi rail road company was taken up for consideration, and a division of the question being called for on said amendments, the question was accordingly put upon the two first of said amendments, and decided in the affirmative.

On the question of concurrence in the third, one of said amendments proposing to add a 14th section to the aforesaid bill, it was decided in the negative.

Ordered, That the Secretary inform the House of Representatives thereof,

The engrossed bills of the following titles, viz:

“An act appropriating the residue of the Vermillion Saline lands to the county of Vermillion, for the purpose of building a bridge across the big Vermillion river."

"An act to incorporate the town of Greenfield, in Green county," “An act to legalize the sale of school lands in Pike county," s. An act to locate a State road from Princeton to Pawpaw grove,"

"An act to incorporate the city of Chicago,
"An act to incorporate the town of Carlinville,"

“An act to incorporate the Illinois and Rock Island rail road com. pany."

"An act to incorporate the Illinois book and publication company,”

"An act authorizing a subscription to the capital stock of the State Bank of Ilinois," and

"An act to incorporate the Peoria manufacturing and exporting company," !

Were severally read the third time, and
Passed.

The engrossed bill entitled “An act to incorporate the Wabash rail road company," was read ihe third time, and

On motion of Mr. Pruyne,

Amended by striking out of the 8th section the words “Sale or ces. sion,” and

On motion of Mr. Gatewood,
Farther amended by striking out the 8th section
The said bill was then passed as amended.

Ordered, That the titles of the aforesaid bills be respectively, as aforesaid, and that the Secretary inform the House of Represeniatives of the passage thereof, and ask their concurrence therein.

The engrossed bill entitled "An act to put more money into the pockets of the people than you take out,” was read the third time, and

Passed.
On motion of Mr. Thomas,

The title of said bill was amended by striking out all after the word "act," and inserting the following in lieu thereof, viz: “Supplement . to the act incorporating the Kaskaskia bridge company."

The engrossed bill entitled

“An act to encourage the circulation of money," was read the third time and

Passed.
On mo!ion of Mr, Allen of M'Lean,

The title of said bill was amended so as to make it "An act to amend the act incorporating the Springfield and Alton (urnpike road company"

Ordered, That the titles of the two bills last aforesaid be respectively as amended, and that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives of the passage of said bills, and ask their concurrence therein.

The bill from the House of Representatives entitled “An act for a State road from Jacksonville to Syracuse and Bloomington," was read the third time, and

Passed as amended.

Ordered, That the title of this bill be as aforesaid, and that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives of the passage thereof, and ask their concurrence in the amendments of the Senate therelo.

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The bill entitled "An act to change a certain State road, and for other purposes,” was read the second time, and

On motion of Mr. Hamlin,
Referred to a select committee.

Ordered, Thai Messrs. Hamlin, Turney, and Whiteside of Monroe, be that committee.

The bill entitled "An act to reduce the premium on wolf scalps," was read the second time,

Whereupon Mr. Parker moved that said bill be referred to a select committee, which was not agreed to.

On motion of Mr. Thomas,
Ordered, That the bill lie on the table.
The bills of the following titles, viz:

"An act making appropriations on the road from Ford's Ferry, by way of Equality to Carlisle and Nashville,"

"Ar. act to incorporate the Gallatin Academy," “An act to lay out a State road from Shawneetown to Equality," and

“An act to incorporate the company therein named,” were severally read the second time, and

On motion of Mr. Gatewood,
Referred to a select committee.

Ordered, That Messrs. Gatewood, Lane, and Wood, be that com. miltee.

The bill entitled "An act to establish county Seminaries, and to promote the general cause of common school education," was read the second time, and

On motion of Mr. Gatewood,

Committed to the same committee of the whole to which had been committed several other bills on the subject of education,

The bill entitled “An act to reduce the pay of members of the Legislature, and to correct extravagant disbursements of the public money," was read the second time, and

On motion of Mr. Bond,
Referred to a select committee.

Ordered, That Messrs. Bond, Gatewood, and Whiteside of Pope, be that committee.

The bills of the following titles, viz:
"An act to limit the powers of incorporate towns," and

“An act to regulate and reduce the fees of Clerks, Sheriffs, Judges of Probate, and other officers were severally read the second time, and

On motion of Mr. Thomas,
Referred to a select committee.

Ordered, That Messrs. Thomas, OʻRear, and Borrough, be that committee.

The bill entitled "An act concerning public roads, and for other pur. poses,” was read the second time, and

On motion of Mr. Weatherford,
Referred to a select committee.

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