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“An act to relocate a partof a state road from Mount Vernon to New Nashville,"

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 tiile, and

Referred to a select committee.

Ordered, That Messrs. Wood, Lane, and Parrish. be that committee.

The bill from the House of Representatives for

“An act to change part of the state road from Palestine to Shelby ville,"

Was read, and
ORDERED, To a second reading.
On motion of Mr. Parker,

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

Keferred to a select committee.

ORDERED, That Messrs. Parker, Reilley, and Warren be that com. mittee.

The bill from the House of Representatives for
“An act to change the names of certain towns,"
Was read, and
Ordered, To a second reading.
On motion of Mr Thomas,

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

Referred to a select committee.
Ordered, That Messrs. Parker, Pruyne, and Vance be that commit..

tee.

The bill from the House of Representatives for
"An act fixing the times of holding circuit courts, &c."
Was read, and
ORDERED, To a second reading.
On motion of Mr. Hamlin,

The rule of:he Senaie was dispensed with, and said bill was read a second time by its lille, and

On motion of Mr Tbomas,
Referred to the committee on the Judiciary,

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

MR. SPEAKER:
The House of Representatives have passed a bill entitled

"An act to increase the capital stock of certain banks, and to provide means to pay the interest on a loan authorized by an act entitled *An act to establish and maintain a general system of internal im. provements,"

In the passage of which bill they ask the concurrence of the Senate.
And be withdrew.
Whereupon said bill was read, and
Ordered to a second reading.
On motion of Mr. Gatewood,

The rule of the Senate was dispensed with, and sai'i bill was read a second time by its title.

Mr. Lane moved that the bill be referred to a select committee, ,
Which was not agreed to, and
On motion of Mr. Galewood,
It was referred to the committee on the judiciary.

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

The House of Representatives have concurred with the Senate in the passage of bills entitled

“An act to relocate the county seat of Calhoun county,"

“An act to authorize John Donevan to build a bridge across Salt Creek," and

“An act 10 authorize the person therein named, to construct a mill dam."

They have passed bills of the following litles, viz:

“An act granting the Perrysville and Danville rail road company certain rights and privileges,”..

"An act to locale a state road from Vandalia 10 Springfield,”

“An act to authorize the sureries of the late commissioners of the Gallasin saline lands to pay over certain moneys realized to the coun. ties entitled to receive the same,”

"An act supplementary to an act to amend "An act concerning minors, orphans, and guardians," approved February 4, 1827; approved February 7, 1831, and

“An act to incorporate the Jone: boro' and Mississippi rail road company,"

In the passage of which they ask the concurrence of the Senate. They have concurred with the Senate in the passage of bills entitled

6 An act to incorporate the Rector steam mill company, in Hamilton county,” and

"An act to relocate a certain state road therein named,"

As amended by them, in which amendinents they ask the concurs rence of the Senate.

They refuse to recede from their amendments to the bill from the Senale entitled

"An act for the relief of William Armstrong and William Henson," And he withdrew. On motion of Mr. Lane, The bill for “An act to incorporate the Wlinois book and publication company,"

And the amendments of the House of Representatives thereto, were laid on the table.

On motion,
The Senate adjourned until half past 6 o'clock P. M.

Half past Six o'clock P. M.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

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

Mr. SPEAKER:

The House of Representatives have concurred with the Senate in the adoption of a resolution having for its object the election of a Judge of Probate, for the county of Wayne.

They have passed a bill entitled

"An act concerning the 16th section in town 3 south, range 14 west, of the second principal meridian,"

In the passage of which they ask the concurrence of the Senate.

They have adopted a resolution in relation to the improvement of the Wabash river, and to accept the terms of a compact between this state and the state of Indiana, offered by the said state of Indiana.

They are now ready to receive the Senate in the Hall of the House for the purpose of proceeding to the election of three fund commission

er3, &c

And he withdrew.
Whereupon,

The honorable the Senate, preceded by their Speaker, repaired to the Representatives' Hall, and then the two flouses proceeded viva voce to the election of three fund commissioners, &c.

When, the vote for three fund commissioners being taken, stood thus: For Thomas Mather,

72 Charles Oakley,

77 Moses M. Rawlings,

73 John Tilson, jr.

35 Ezra Baker, jr.

6 Milton K. Alexander,

47 Alfred Lagow,

32 William Kinney,

20 Scattering, Those who voted for 'Thomas Mather are

Messrs. Allen of Greene, Allen of McLean, Bond, Borrough, Browning, Butler, Edwards, Fletcher, Gatewood, Hackelton, Hacker, Ham.

lin, Lane, McLaughlin, Mills, Murray, O’Rear, Owen, Parrish, Pruyne, Reilly, Ross, Servant, Thomas, Turney, Vance, Warren, Whiteside of Monroe, Whiteside of Pope, Wight, and Wood of the Senate, and

Messrs, Able, Aldrich, Atwater, Ball, Charles, Crain, Davidson, Dougherty, Dubois, Edwards, Elkin, Greenc of St. Clair, Henshaw, Hogan, Huey, Hunt, Lagow, Lane, Lincoln, Logan, Lyons, McCor. mick, McMurtry, Minshall, Moore of McLean, Moore of St. Clair, Murphy of Perry, Murphy of Vermillion, Naper, Odam, Pace, Scarborough, Shield, Smith of Madison, Smith of Wabash, Stuntz, Voris, Walker of Morgan, Watkins, Wheeler, and Wilson of the House of Representatives.

Those who voted for Moses M. Rawlings were

Messrs. Allen of McLean, Browning, Butler, Edwards, Gatewood, Hackelton, Hacker, Hamlin, Lane, McLaughlin, Mitchell, Murray, Noel, Owen, Parker, Parrish, Pruyne, Servant, Stadden, Thomas, Vance, Warren, Weatherford, Whiteside of Monroe, Whiteside of Pope, and Wood of the Senate, and

Messrs. Able, Carpenter, Cloud, Crain, Cullom, Davidson, Dement, Diarman, Dollens, Dougherty, Edmonston, Edwards, Enloe, French, Greene of St. Clair, Happy, Hardin, Harris, Henshaw, Hogan, Leary, Logan, Lyons, McCown, McMurtry, McClernand, Madden, Moore of St. Clair, Morton, Morphy of Perry, Naper, Odam, Pace, Paullen, Rawalt, Reddick, Richardson, Stone, Stuart, Stuntz, Torley, Turney, Watkins, Wheeler, Whillen, and Wood of the House of Representatives.

Those who voted for Charles Oakley were

Messrs. Allen of Green, Bond, Borrough, Craig, Fletcher, Hackelton, Maxwell, Mitchel, Noel, OʻRear, Parker, Parrish, Pruyne, Stadden, Weatherford, and Whiteside of Pope of the Senate, and

Messrs. Aldrich, Atwater, Ball, Barnet, Bently, Carpenter, Charles, Cloud, Courtright, Craig, Cullom, Davidson, Dawson, Diarman, Dollens, Dougherty, Douglass, Edmonston, Elkin, English, French, Gal. breath, Happy, Harris, Ilenshaw, Lane, Leary, Lincoln, Lyons, McCormick, McMurtry, McClernand, Madden, Marrs, Minor, Minshall, Moore of McLean, Morion, Naper, Odam, Oneille, Paulien, Rawalt, Reddick, Richardson, Scarboroughi, Shield, Smith of Madison, Stone, Stuari, Turley, Torney, Walker of Cook, Walker of Morgan, Watkins, Wheeler, Whitten, Wilson, Witt, and Wood of the House of Representatives.

Those who voted for Milton K. Alexander were-
Messsrs. Borrough, Craig, Maxwell, Mitchel, Noel, Owen, Parker,
Reilley, Stadsen, Weatherford, Whiteside of Monroe, and Wight of
the Senale, and

Messrs. Ball, Barnet, Bently, Clond, Courtright, Cullom, Davidson,
Dement, Diarman, Douglass, Dunbar, English, French, Galbreath,
Greene of Clay, Happy, Harris, Leary, McCown, McClernand, Mad.
den, Marrs, Minor, Morton, Murphy of Vermillion, Rawalt, Reddick,
Richardson, Scarborough, Shield, Smith of Madison, Stuart, Turley,

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Voris, Walker of Cook, Walker of Morgan, and Wood of the House of Representatives,

Those who voted for John Tilson, jr. wereMessrs. Allen of McLean, Browning, Butler, Craig, Edwards, Flecher, Hacker, Hamlin, McLaughlin, Murray, O'Rear, Reilly, Ross, Servant, Thomas, Vance, Warren, and mood of the Senale, and

Messrs. Aldrich, Alwaler, Bently, Deneni, Dunbar, Galbreath, Greene of Clay, Hardin, Hogan, Lane, Minshall, Noore of St. Clair, Murphy of Vermillion, Oneille, Lace, Voris, and Whitien of the House of Representatives.

Those who voted for Alfred Lagow wereMessrs. Allen of Greene, Bond, Mills, Turney, and Wight of the Senale, and · Messrs. Barnet, Charles, Craig, Dawson, Dubois, Edmonston, Edwards, Elkin, English; Enloe, Green of St. Clair, Hardin, Huey, Huni, Lagow, Lincoln, McCormick, McCown, Minor, Oneille, Smith of Wabash, Store, Stuniz, Turney, Walker of Cook, Wilson, and Wilt of the Honse of Representatives,

Those who voted for William Kinney were -
Messrs. Galewond, Lane, Maxwell, and Turney of the Senate, and

Messrs. Able, Carpenter, Courtright, Craig, Crain, Dollens, Douglass, Enloe, Green of Clay, Huey, Lagow, Logan, Marrs, Murphy of Perry, Paullen, and Wilt of the House of Representatives.

Those wbo voted for Ezra Baker, ji, were--
Messrs. Mills and Ross of the Senate, and

Messrs. Du ois, Dunbar, Hunt, and Smith of Wabash, of the House of Representatives.

Mr. Speaker of the Senate, and Mr. Webb of the House of Representatives, voled a blank.

Messrs. Malher, Rawlings, and Oakly having each received a majo. rity of the whole number of votes given, were declared by the Speaker of the House of Representatives duly elected sund commissioners of the State of Illinois, for the ensuing two years.

The two Houses then proceeded to the election of a commissioner of the Board of Public Works, for the first judicial circuit, when the vote stood thus:

Those who voted for Murray McConnel were Messrs. Allen of Greene, Allen of McLean, Bond, Borrough, Browning, Butler, Craig, Edwards, Fletcher, Hackelton, Hacker, Hamlin, Lane, Maxwell, McLaughlin, Mills, Michell, Murray, Noel, O'Rear, Owen, Parker, Parrish, Pruyne, Reilly, Ross, Siadden, Turney, Vance, Warren, Weatherford, Whiteside of Monroe, Whiteside of Pope, Wight, and Wood of the Senate, and

Messrs. Able, Aldrich, Atwater, Ball, Barnet, Bently, Carpenter, Charles, Cloud, Courtright, Craig, Crain, Cullom, Davidson, Dawson, Dement, Diarman, Dollans, Dougherty, Douglass, Dunbar, Edmonston, Edwards, Elkin, English, Enloe, French, Galbreath, Green of Clay, Green of St. Clair, Happy, Hardin, Harris, Flenshaw, Hogan,

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