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Messrs. Aiken, Barrett, Briggs, Cutts, Eaton, French, Munsill, Porter, and Starr-9.

Those Senators who voted in the negative are, Messrs. Bingham, Blodgett, Butler, Billingham, Hatch, Plumb, Smalley, Sowles, Sprague, and Wright-10.

So the bill was lost.

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Merrill, their Clerk :

MR. PRESIDENT:--The House of Representatives have passed bills of the following titles, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate:

(H. 160.) “An act in amendment of section 2 of chapter 43 of the Revised Statutes." ... (H. 167.) “An act to repeal section 2 of an act relating to the Winooski Turnpike," and

(H. 166.) “ An act in amendment of chapter 18 of the Revised Stat

utes."

The said bills were severally read and referred as follows :

(H. 160.) “An act in amendment of section 2 of chapter 43 of the Revised Statutes," to the Committee on the Judiciary.

(H. 166.) “An act in amendment of chapter 18 of the Revised Statutes,” to the Committee on Finance.

(H. 167.) “An act to repeal section 2 of an act relating to the Winooski Turnpike,” to the Committee on Roads and Canals.

(H. 119.) Mr. Butler called up the bill entitled "an act relating to the punishment of capital crimes,” and on the question, Shall the bill be read the third time? the yeas and nays having been demanded by Mr. Dillingham, were as follows:

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative are:
Messrs. Aiken, Bingham, Blodgett, Briggs, Butler, Camp, Dillingham,
Eaton, French, Hatch, Plumb, Smalley, and Sprague--13.

Those Senators who voted in the negative are,
Messrs. E. Allen, Barrett, Cutts, Porter, Sowles, Starr, and Wright-7.

So the question was decided in the affirmative, and the bill read the third time and passed in concurrence.

(S. 38.) Mr. Smalley moved to reconsider the vote rejecting the bill entitled “ an act establishing a Board of Education," which motion prevailed, and on the question, shall the bill pass ? the yeas and nays having been demanded by Mr. Smalley, were as follows:

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative are, Messrs. Aiken, Barrett, Briggs, Camp, Cutts, Eaton, French, Munsill, Porter, Smalley, and Starr,--11.

Those Senators who voted in the negative are, Messrs. E. Allen, Bingham, Blodgett, Butler, Dillingham, Hatch, Plumb, Sowles, Sprague, and Wright-10.

So the bill passed.

Mr. Eaton, from the select Committee on resolutions from other states, submitted a report and resolutions on the subject of certain resolutions relating to repudiation, from the state of Kentucky, which report and resoJutions were adopted. (See Appendix.) +

(H. 173.) Mr. Starr, from the Committee on Banks, reported in favor of the bill entitled “an act relating to Bank Stock," and the rule being suspended, it was read the third time and passed in concurrence.

Mr. Dillingham submitted the following resolution:

Resolved, That the thanks of the Senate are hereby tendered to the Hon. W. R. Ranney, for the kind, impartial and dignified manner, in which he has presided over our deliberations and discharged the duties of the Chair

Which was unanimously adopted, and after a brief address from His Honor, the Lieut. Governor,

The Senate adjourned.

SATURDAY, Nov. 12, 1842 Prayer by the Chaplain.

On motion of Mr. Briggs, the reading of the journal of yesterday was omitted.

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Merrill, their Clerk:

MR. PRESIDENT: The House of Representatives concur with the Senate in passing the bill (S. 68) entitled “an act in addition to chapter 19 of the Revised Statutes, relating to the instruction of the Deaf, Dumb and Blind."

The House do not concur with the Senate in passing the following entitled bills:

(S. 43.) “An act in addition to chapter 20 of the Revised Statutes," and

(S. 64.) "An act in alteration of section 6, chapter 57 of the Revised Statutes."

(H. 112.) Mr. Dillingham, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill from the House entitled “an act to equalize the privileges of the inhabitants of this state," reported the same, without amendment

On motion of Mr. Briggs, the title of the bill was so amended as to read can act relating to freehold qualifications," and, thus amended, read the third time and passed in concurrence.

(H. 11.) Mr. Dillingham, from the same committee, reported the bill from the House entitled "an act repealing section 2, of chapter 29, of the Revised Statutes," with the opinion of the Committee that it ought not to to pass.

Ånd the third reading was denied.

(H. 160.) Mr. Briggs, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill from the House entitled "an act in amendment 01

section 2 of chapter 43 of the Revised Statutes,” reported the same, with the proposal to amend the same by striking out the second section.

And the amendment was adopted, and the bill, as amended, read the third time and passed in concurrence.

(H. 12.) Mr. Briggs, from the same Committee, reported the bill from the House entitled "an act in alteration of chapter 25 of the Revised Statutes,"

And it was read the third time, and on the question, Shall the bill pass? the yeas and nays, having been demanded by Mr. Cutts, were as follows:

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative are, Messrs. E. Allen, Barrett, Blodgett, Briggs, Camp, Cutts, Dillinglian, Eaton, Field, French, Hatch, Munsill, Plumb, Porter, Starr, and Wright,

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Those Senators who voted in the negative are, Messrs. Aiken, Bingham, Butler, Hubbell, and Sprague,–5. So the bill was passed in concurrence. Mr. E. Allen, from the Committee on Bills, reported that they had this day presented to the Governor, for his approval and signature, bills of the following titless

(H. 36.) “An act to incorporate the Orange County Bank.” (H. 156.) “An act to pay the claims against the State Prison." (H. 130.) “ An act relating to the election of Representatives to Con

gress

(H. 171.) “ An act altering the names of the persons therein mention

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(H. 119.) “ An act relating to the punishment of capital crimes.”.

(H. 142.) Mr. French, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill from the House entitled “an act in addition to chapter 80 of the Revised Statutes," reported the same, without amendment, and it was read the third time and passed in concurrence:

(H. 172.) Mr. Camp, from the Committee on Finance, to whom was referred the bills from the House entitled “an act relating to the collection of State taxes," and (H. 166) “an act in amendment of chapter 18 of the Revised Statutes," reported the same with the opinion that they ought to pass.

And the said bills were severally read the third time and passed in concurrence.

(H. 168.) The Senate took up the bill from the House entitled “ an act relating to the State Library," and it was read the third time and passed in concurrence.

(H. 120.) Mr. Camp, from the Judiciary Committee, to whom was referred the bill from the House entitled “an act in amendment of an act re. lating to reporting decisions of the Supreme Court,” reported adversely to the passage of the same,

And the third reading was refused.

(H. 71.) Mr. Camp, from the same Committee, reported the bill from the House entitled “an act directing the Treasurer to credit the town of Guildhall the sum therein mentioned,” without amendmeat, and it was read the third time and passed in concurrence.

(H. 154.) The Senate took up the bill from the House, on the table, entitled “ani act fixing the salary of the Librarian,” and it was read the third time, and passed in concurrence.

(H. 149.) The Senate took up the bills from the House, on the table, entitled "an act to amend section 23 of chapter 21 of the Revised Statutes," and (H. 22) “an act in alteration of section 2 of chapter 21 of the Revised Statutes," and the third reading of the said bills was severally refused.

The Senate took up the following entitled bills, which had been ordered to lie upon the table, and they were severally indefinitely postponed:

(S. 75.) “An act to repeal the 16th section of chapter 1 of the Revised Statutes.”

(S, 5.) “An act relating to the punishment of capital crimes,"

(s. 57.) “An act in addition to an act relating to the Grand List,' approved November 11, 1841."

(S. 77.) “An act to repeal an act therein mentioned.”
(S. 44.) “An act in addition to an act relating to Banks."

(s. 26.) “An act in addition to the 26th section, chapter 21 of the Revised -Statutes."

A message from the Governor, by Mr. Hale, Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs :

MR. PRESIDENT:-His Excellency, the Governor, has this day approved and signed bills of the following titles:

(S. 71.) 5 An act in relation to the militia." is. 58.) “An act in alteration of chapter 21 of the Revised Statutes." (S. 21.) “An act for the relief of Salma Davis and others."

(S. 65.) “An act in addition to an act to incorporate the Goshen Turnpike Company."

(S. 49.) The Senate took up the bill on the table entitled "an act in addition to chapter 24 of the Revised Statutes."

The following pending amendment, to wit:

In the third line, after the words in the Court of Chancery," insert the words “for the forclosure of any mortgage," Was adopted, and the bill, thus amended, Ordered to be engrossed and read the third time.

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Merrill, their Clerk:

MR. PRESIDENT,—The Governor has announced to the House of Rep. resentatives that he has this day approved and signed bills of the following titles :

(H. 156.) “ An act to pay the claims against the State Prison." (H. 130.) “An act relating to the election of Representatives to Con

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(H. 119.) “An act relating to the punishment of capital crimes." (H. 36.) "" An act to incorporate the Orange County Bank," and (H. 171. “An act altering the names of the persons therein mentioned.

is. 70.) The House of Representatives have passed the bill from the Senate entitled “an act to pay Zadock Thompson the sum therein mentioned,” with a proposal of amendment, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.

(S. 70.) The Senate took into consideration the amendment proposed by the House to the bill entitled “an act to pay Zadock Thompson the sun

therein mentioned,” being to strike out the words “making and publishing a zoological and botanical survey of the State," and insert the words “in preparing and publishing a natural, civil and statistical history of the State."

And the amendment was adopted in concurrence.

The petition of Lucius Sanderson, which had been laid on the table, was taken up, and on motion of Mr. Cutts, the petitioner had leave to withdraw his petition.

The Senate took up the resolution froin the House, relating to the pay and mileage of Members of Congress.

Mr. Munsill moved to amend the said resolution by striking out the words “ to six dollars per day, and three dollars for every twenty miles trayel.”

And on the question, Will the Senate so amend ? the yeas and nays were demanded by Mr. Munsill, and were as follows:

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative are, Messrs. E. Allen, Barrett, Briggs, Camp, Cutts, Dillingham, Eaton, Field, Munsill, Plumb, Porter, Sowles, Starr, and Stevens--14.

Those Senators who voted in the negative are, Mesers. Aiken, Bingham, Blodgett, Butler, Hatch, Sprague and Wright -7. So the amendment was adopted.

And the questiori being, Will the Senate concur with the House, and pass the resolution as amended ? the yeas and nays, being demanded by Mr. Cutts, were as follows:

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative are, Messrs. Aiken, E. Allen, Barrett, Bingham, Blodgett, Briggs, Butler, Camp, Cutts, Dillingham, Eaton, Field, Hatch, Munsill, Plumb, Porter, Sowles, Sprague, Starr, Stevens, and Wright—21.

And no Senator voting in the negative, the resolution, as amended, was unanimously passed.

The Senate took up the resolutions introduced by Mr. Hubbell, relative to the Tariff, which had been ordered to lie upon the table, and Mr. Cutts moved the indefinite postponement of the same, and on this question, Mr. Smalley demanded the yeas and nays, which were as follows:

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative are,

Messrs. E. Allen, Barrett, Briggs, Camp, Cutts, Eaton, Field, French, Munsill, Porter, Starr-11.

Those Senators who voted in the negative are, Messrs. Aiken, Bingham, Blodgett, Butler, Dillingham, Hatch, Hubbell, Smalley, Sprague, Stevens, and Wright--11.

There appearing to be a tie, the Secretary took the casting vote of the President, which was given in the affirmative.

So the resolutions were indefinitely postponed.

The Senate took up the resolutions relative to the right of Mr. A. Allen to a seat in the Senate.

Mr. Briggs moved the indefinite postponement of the first resolution.
And this question pending,
The Senate adjourned.

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