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

Mr Gatewood from the commiltee on the Judiciary, to which was eferred ibe bill for,

"An ac! relaiive to certain Judicial circuits,"
Röported the saine back to the Senate with an amendment,
Woich was read, and
Concurred in.
Oil motion of Mr. Tacker,
Said bili was referred to a select commiitee,

Orlered, That Nlcssrs. Hacker, Parker, and Turney be that com. milice.

Mr Gatewood from the committee on the Judiciary, io which was referred the bill for,

6. An act relating to sherilts fees,"
Reported the same back to the Senate wi:h an amendment,
Wich was read, and
Concurred in.
O motion of Mr. Gatewood,

Sud bili wasiefirred to a select committee, - Ordercd, That Messrs, Gatewood, Mills, and Reilley, be that commilice.

Nr Gaicwood from the Judiciary Committee 10 which was referred the bill froon the flouse of Representatives for,

an act for the relief of Jubin Logavlen, Builer Logsden, Joseph Loosden, Nancy Brown, and Susan Williams.”'

Reported the same back to the Senale without amendment."
Ordireil, To be engrossed for a third reading.

Mr Gilewood from the committee on the Judiciary to which was re. ferred the bill for,

•• An act to amend an act entitled an act to create and organize ile counties therein named,"

Ropried the same back to the Senate without amendment.
Ordered, To be engrossed for a third reading.
Oa motion of Mr Galewood,

The vill from the llouse o! Ile presentatives relative to the Illinois and Michigan coul, and proposed amendinents there'n, which has been berelvfore luid on the table, were taken up and referred 10 a select cummillee,

On motion of Mr Sladden, said committee was made to consist of five.

Ordered, That Messrs. Gatewood, Sladden, Thomas, Murray, and Bond, be that commitiee.

A Message from the Governor by Mr Field Secretary of Siale,
Mr. SPEAKER:

I am directed by the Governor, to lay before the Senate, a Communi. cation in wriling.

And he withdrew.
T be engrossed bills of the following litles, viz:

“An act 10 authorize James Day to build a loll bri-ige across tho Ili nois river," and

"An act making an appropriation to build a toll bridge across the east fork of Shoal creek, in Montgomery county,"

Were severally read the third line and
Passen.

Ordered, That the titles be as aforesaid, and that the Secretary in. form the House of Representatives ol the passage of said bills, and ask their concurrience i herein.

The engrossed bill entitled

“An act incorporating the Jacksonville and Waverly rail road company,"

Was read the third time and
Passed.
On motion of Nir. Weatherford,
The title was so amended as to make it

An act to incorporate the Beardstown und Springfield rail road company." The

engrossed biil entitled “An aci lo aliach part of Gallalin county to Franklin, and for other purposes,"

Was read the third iime and
Passed.
On motion of Mr, Weatherford,
The title of the bill was so amended as to make it

“An act 10 appoint an additional Nulary Public and Justice of the Peace for the counties of Morgan and Greene."

The engrossed bill entiiled "An act to incorporate ihe company therein named," Was read the third line and Passed. On motion of Mr. Butler, The title was so amended as to make it "An aci to legalize the survey of the town of Monmouth," The engrossed bill entitled “Ar aci to regulate and reduce the fees of Clerks, Sheriffs, Judges of Probate, and other officers,"

Was read the third ti'ne and
Passed.
On motion of Mr. Gatewood,
The title was so amended as in make it

"An act requiring Samuel Mundy 10 pay over certain moneys to tho fund commissioners,"

Ordered, That the tiles of the foregoing bills le respectively as aforesaid, and that the Secretary inforin ihe House of Representatives of the passage thereof, and ask iheir concurrer.ce therein.

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

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"An act to incorporate the Ottowa manufacturing company,"

"An act to legalize the acts of Nathan Ellington, late a Justice of the Peace in and for the county of Coles,"

“An act amending an act entitled "An act concerning forcible entry and detainer,'” approved February 2, 1827,

“An act to incorporate the Lille Rock Academy," and
“An act to incorporate the Beardstown improvement company,"
Were severally read the 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 bills.

The bill from the House of Representatives entitled

“An act for a state road from Griggsville via Portland to Joshua Hanks' in Greene county,"

Was read the third time as amended, and
Passed

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

The resolution from the House of Representatives fixing on the 27th inst. for the adjournment of the House sine die, which had been laid on the table until this day, was taken up for consideration.

Mr. Servaut moved ibai the resolution be laid on table,
Which was not agreed to.
On motion of Mr. Vance,

'The said resolution was amended by striking out “the 27th instant," and inserting "the 6th of March,"in lieu thereof.

The resolution as amended was then
Concurred in.

Ordered, That the Secretary inform the House of Representatives of the adoption of said resolution, and ask their concurrence in the amendment of the Senate thereto.

The iesolution on yesterday offered by Mr. Bond, in relation to the election of sund commissioners, &c. was taken up for consideration, and

On motion of Mr. Turney,
Laid on the table.
Mr. Speaker laid before the Senate the following communication,

viz:

To the Honorable the Speaker of the Senate:

SIR'The undersigned ask the favor, that you will lay before the Senate the enclosed memorial, and oblige

Your most ob't. serv't.

E. C. BLANKINSHIPP.
Q3

Which was read, whereupon

Mr. Browning moved that Mr. Blankenshipp liave leave to withdraw the said communication and accompanying document, and

On motion of Mr. Noel,
They were laid laid on the table.

Mr. Speaker having announced that the communication this day re. ceived from the Governor was on Executive business, the doors were closed.

And on opening the doors,
The bill from the House of Representatives for
"An act to re-locate certain roads therein named,"
Was read and
Ordered to a second reading.
On motion of Mr. Wood,

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

Ordered to a third reading.
The bill from the House of Representatives for

“An act to incorporate the Sho-Ko-Kon and Rushville rail road company,"

Was read and
Ordered to a second reading.
On motion of Mr. Butler,

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

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

Ordered, That Messrs. Weatherford, Owen, and Maxwell, be tha committee.

The bill from the House of Representatives for

"An act to incorporate the Chicago and Fox river turnpike Foad company,"

Was read and
Ordered to a second reading.
On motion of Mr. Pruyne,

The rule of the Senate was dispensed with, and said bill was read : second time by its title, and

Ordered, to a third reading.
The bill from the House of Representatives for

"An act for the relief of John Pierson, administrator of Frances Prince, deceased,"

Was read and
Ordered to a second reading.
The bill from the Ilouse of Representatives for

"An act to re-locate a part of the plat of M'Roberts and Walker's addition to the town of Danville,"

Was read and
Ordered to a second reading.

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On motion of Mr. Vance,

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

Ordered to a third reading

Mr. Ilackelion, from the comınittee on enrolled bills, reported as correctly enrolled, bills of the following titles, viz:

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

“An act for the relief of the clerk of the county commissioner's court of Franklin county,"

“An act to incorporate the llanover College in Tazewell county," "An act to locate a state road from Chester to Belleville,"

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

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

“An act to amend act entiiled “An act to incorporate the Carlyle bridge company,"

“An act to vacate parts of certain state roads,"
"An act to authorize Jonathan Hamerson to convey real estate,"
“An act to locate a state road in McDonough county,”

"An act to amend an act entiiled 'An act to incorporate the Frarklin manual labor College," approved January 16, 1836.

"An act supplemental to "An act to incorporate the Chicago and Vincennes rail road company,' approved January 17, 1835.

"An act to incorporate the Essex steam mill company,” “An act to incorporate the Athens Female Academy,''

"An act for a state road from Pinckneyville in Perry county, to Golconda in Pope county,"

“An act to incorporate the Mackinaw and Illinois canal company," end

"An act to permanently locate the seat of government of Illinois," On motion, The Senale adjourned until 2 o'clock P. M.

Two o'clock P. M.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. IIackelton, from the committee on enrolled bills, reported that on this day they had laid before the council of revisior., a bill of the following title, viz:

“An act to establish and maictain a general system of internal improvements."

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