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In which amendment they ask the concurrence of the Senate.
And he withdrew.

Mr. Turney from the committee or. The Judiciary, to which was referred the bill from the House of Representatives, for

An act authorizing suits against persons whose names are unknown in certain cases.”

Reported the same back without amendment.
Ordered, To a third reading.

Mr. Allen of Greene, from the select committee to which was referred ihe bill from the House of Representalives for,

"An act laying out certain State roads."
Reported the same back with sundry amendments,
Which were read, and
Concurred in.
Ordered, To a third reading, as amended.

Mr. Turney from the committee of conference appointed on the dis. agreeing vote of the two Houses, on the amendment of the Senate to the bill from the House of Representatives entitled "an act to incorporate the Jerseyville Hotel Company,"

Reported that said committee had had the said bill and amendments under consideration, and recommend 10 the Senate to recede from said amendinent to said bill.

Which was accordingly done.

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

Mr. Servant from the select committee, to which was referred the bill from ihe House of Representatives for,

"An act to incorporate the Liberty and Pinckneyville Rail Road Company."

Reported the same back with amendments.
Which were read, and
Concurred in.
Ordered, To a third reading as amended.

Mr. Vance froin the select committee to which was referred the bill from the House of Representatives for,

An act providing for the location of a state road from Danville 10 Havanna."

Reported the same back with amendments,
Which were read, and
Concurred in.
Ordered, 'To a third reading as amended.
On moliun of Mr. Vance,

The rule of the senate was, dispensed with, and said bill read a third time by its title, and

Passed.
On notion of Mr. Vance.

The title of the bill was amended by striking out “Havanda" and in serting Newcastle" in lieu thereof..

Ordered, That the title of the bill be os amended, that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives thereof, and ask their concurrence in the amendments of the Senate to the said bill, and i he title thereof.

Mr. McLaughlin from the select committee to which was referred the bill for,

"An act to alter a certain state road in Fayette county.
Reported the same back with sundry amendmenis,
Which were read, and
Concurred in.
Ordered, That the bill be engrossed for a third reading as amended.

Mr. Mitchell from tbe select committee, to which was referred the bill for,

"An act to locale a State road from Cleaveland in Tazewell county, to Versailles in McLean county.

Reported said bill back with an amendment.
Which was read, and
Concurred in.

Ordered, That the bill be engrossed for a third reading as amended.

Mr. Wood from the select committee to which was referred the Bill for. .

“An act for the relief of the infant heir of James Woodside deceas

ed."

Reported the said bill back without a nendment.
Ordered, To a third reading.

Mr. Backelion from the select committee to wbich was referred the bill from the House of Representatives for,

"An act to incorporate ihe Canton and Ulica Rail Road Company.
Reported the same back without amendment.
Ordered, To a third reading:
On motion of Mr. Hackelton.

The rule of the Senate was dispensed with, and said bill was read a third time by its tiile, and

Passed.

Ordered, That the title be as aforesaid, and that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives of the passage of said bill.

Mr. Owen from the select committee to which was referred the bill from the House of Representatives for,

“An act to locate a Siate road from the Mississippi to Macomb." Reported the same back without amendment. Ordered, To a third reading.

Mr. Parrish from the select committee to which was referred the bill for,

“An act regulating Justices of the Peace in civil cases."
Reported the same back with an amendment.
Which was read, and
Concurred in.
Ordered, To be engrossed for a third reading, as amended.

Mr. Bond from the select committee to which was referred the bill for,

“An act to reduce the pay of members of the Legislature."
Reported the same back with an amendment,
Which was read, and.
Concurred in.
Ordered, To be engrossed for a third reading, as amended.

Mr. Gatewood from the select committee to which had been refer. red the bill for,

An act to lay out a State road from Shawneetown to Equality."
Reported the same back with an amendment.
Which was read, and
Concurred in.
Ordered, To be engrossed for a third reading, as amended.
The engrossed bills of the following titles, viz:

“An act to incorporate the Tamarawa and Mississippi rail road Company."

“An act to incorporate the Rector Steam Mill Company." Were severally read a third time, and Passed. Ordered, That the titles be respectively as aforesaid, and that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives of the passage of said bill, and

sk their concurrence therein. The engrossed bill, entitled "An act to abolish the county of. Calhoun." Was read the third time, and Passed. Ayes 24. Noes 15, Those voting in the affirmative are

Messrs. Allen of Greene, Allen of McLean, Bond, Borough, Craig, Hackelton, Hamlın, Herndon, McLaughlin, Mitchell, Murray, Noel, O'Rear, Owen, Parrish, Reily, Ross, Stadden, Thomas, Turney, War. ren, Weatherford, Whiteside of Pope, and Wight,

In the negative

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

Mr. Servant moved.

To amend the title of the bill, by striking out all after the word "Act** and inserting in lieu thereof, the following, viz:

"Inflicting a vital stab upon the Constitution."
Which was not agreed to.
On motion of Mr. Turney.

The title was amended by striking out all after the word “Ac!" and inserting the following in lieu thereof, viz:

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*To provide for the election of a probate Justice of the Peace."
The engrossed bill entitled,
“An act to incorporate the companies therein named."
Was read tbe third time, and
Passed.
On motion of Mr Hackelton.

The title of the bill :vas amended, by 'striking out all after the word -Wincorporate and inserting the following in lieu thereof, viz:

“Lewistown and Liverpool Rail Road Company."

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

And ask their concurrence therein.
On motion of Mr. Thomas.

The rule of the Senate was dispensed with, and the bill from the House of Representatives for,

“An act to establish and maintain a general system of Internal Improvement."

Was read the third time by its title, and
On motion of Mr. Hacker,

Amended, by striking out of the 5th line of the 6th section, the word “March and inserting "April" in lieu thereof.

Mr Lane moved, further

To amend the bill by inserting between the words “via” and “Vandalia,” in the 7th article of the 18th section the word “Mount Vernon."

Which was not agreed to.
On the question shall the bill pass, as amended?
It was decided in ihe affirmative.
Ayes 25. Noes 15.
Those voiing in the affirmative are,

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

In the Negative.

Messrs. Allen of Greene, Borough, Browning, Butler, Craig, Lane, Maxwell, O'Rear, Ross, Servant, Thomas, Turney, Weatherford, Whiteside of Pope and Mr. Speaker.

The bills from the House of Representatives, of the following titles, viz:

“An act to locate a state road from a point on the Mississippi river opposite Burlington, to Farmington, in Fulton county," and

“An act to locate a state road from Shawneetown, in Gallatin county, to Golconda, in Pope county,"

Passed as amended.

Ordered, That the titles of the foregoing bills from the House of Representatives be respectively 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 thereto.

The bills from the House of Representatives of the following titles, viz:

“An act to establish a state road from the state road leading from Springfield to Decatur, 10 Waynesville, in M'Lean county,"

"An act declaring the road from Knoxville to Stephenson a state road,"

"An act concerning process,"

“An act to re-locale part of the state road from Springfield to Peoria,"

"An act 10 re.locale a part of the state road from Decatur 10 Bloominglon,' and '

"An aci io locate a state road therein named,"
Were severally read ihe third time and
Passcd.

Ordered, That the titles of said bills be respectively as aforesaid, and that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives of the passage thereof.

The bills from the House of Representatives of the following titles, viz:

"An act to change in part a state road leading from Madison to Quincy,” and

"An act to locale a state road from Beardstown to Mount Sterling,"
Were severally read ihe second time, and
Ordered, To.a third reading.
The bill from the Blouse of Representatives for
“An act to locate certain state roads therein named,"
Was read, and
Ordered, To a second reading.
Co motion of Mr. flamlin,

The rule of the Senate was dispensed with, and said bill was read the second time by its lille, and ordered to a third reading.

The amendments of the House of Representatives to the bills of the following viles, viz: .

“An act to locate a stale road from Chester to Belleville."

“ An act to incorporate the towns therein named, and for other purposes,"

"An act to locale a state road from Nashville, in Washington county, 10 Equality, in Gallatin county," :

"An aci to incorporate the Illinois beet sugar, silk, and vegetable oil manufacturing company," and

"An act to regulate proceedings by attachment before Justices of the Peace,

Were severally read and concurred in.

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

The ainendment of the Senate to the bill from the House of Representatives, entitled

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