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Petitions of

John Lane
Lewis Loomis and others
John Lewis and others
Ephraim W. Livingston and others

75 145
75 106
102 126
109 116

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Militia 26 36 66 72 91 94 101 102 103 111 112 113 117 122
Massachussetts law in relation to lotteries

28
in relation to S. Carolina convention

31 32
Mississippi

31 32
Mortgages
Martin Mr. takes his seat

94
Memorial of Noah Martin

41 73
Remonstrances of Enoch Morrill and others

27 80
Petitions of
John Morse and others

29 43 64
James Martin and others

57 103
Message of Governor inaugural

16
ordered to be printed

21
transmitting resolutions of Delaware and Illinois 27

documents and law of Massachusetts
and of Penn. in relation to lotteries

27
reports and resolutions from S. Caro-

lina, Virginia, Massachusetts, New
York, Ohio, Alabama and Missisippi,

31
resolutions from S. Carolina, Dela-

ware, Georgia, Massachusetts and

Missisippi,
report of the agent of the new State Prison

38
the Warden of the State Prison

38
the returns of banks
statement of the condition of the
Literary Fund

41
resolutions of Massachusetts in rela-
tion to publick land

47
report of Adjutant General

56
documents in relation to the insane

60
the report of land Commissioner

92
the Treasurer's estimate

125

39

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New York in relation to South Carolina convention
Newell Mr. leave of absence
Non-resident taxes

31
115
120

Fetitions of

North Haverhill, inhabitants of
Ebenezer Nutter and others
New Chester, inhabitants of

24 143
41 63
44 58

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81

Oliver Mr. takes his seat
Ohio in relation to S. Carolina convention
Order of procession for the reception of the Presi-

dent
Oliver Mr. leave of absence
Petitions of -

Job Otis and others
Samuel Osgood and others

106
146

29 35
34 42

28
28 51 54 64

26 28 46
50 33 103

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91
113
113

95
117

118
120 133

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Pennsylvania in relation to lotteries
Polls and ratable estate in relation to taxing of
President of the United States, on reception of
Primary Schools
Probate Laws
Poor, for the support of
Pilots
Poll tax on exemption from
President of the United States communication from

reception of

reply of
Plaintiff
Petitions of

Daniel Pinkhain
Benjamin Philbrick, 4th
Jacob Peaslee
Zaccheus Patten and others
Thomas Pierce and others
Moody A. Pillsbury
Randall Pinkham and others
Joseph Parker and others
Stephen Perley and others
Daniel Pickering and others
George M. Phelps and others

Daniel Pinkham and others
Remonstrance of Plainfield, inhabitants of

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Quorum of the House

Senate

7

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Rules of the House

7 11 78 91
Joint

7 24 25
Regiments 1st and 35th

64 126
Returns of votes

68 90
Roads

79
Retailers

91
Rifle Companies

113
Recess

116 167 169 171
Petitions of -

Rockingham Farmers Mutual Fire In-
surance company

24 30
Betty Rowell

28 145
John Rogers and others

29 53
Uriah B. Russell and others

39 63 80
Rockingham Guards

34 43
Rifle Company in 12th regiment

94 42
6 regiment

34 43
Daniel Russell

35 62 119 155
Resolutions in favour of
Richard Kimball

78 80 81
Simon Brown

70 77 85 120 125
Hill & Barton

166 168 170
Joseph Hill

69 70 136 138 170
Samuel Green & George Sullivan 184 148 162 170
Aaron Carter and others

167 168 170
Daniel Russell

155 166 170
Philip Carrigain

168 170
Joseph Clough

168 169
Abner P. Stinson

145
granting to Zebina Lincoln and others leave to
erect a gate in the north wall of the State
House Yard

168 113 115 129 148
Carrigain's Map to New Chester Academy 149 159 169

to the Prəsident of the United
States

161 166 170
to Colebrook Academy 161 166 170
absolving Clovis Low and Barker Burbank
from'a bond to the State

130 144 148 159 162
authorizing the Treasurer to borrow $ 25,000 155 160 169
in relation to the revision of the constitution
of this State

52 135 153 191

Resolutions

granting a set of weights and mensures to the
county of Coos

111 119 129 136 138 107
providing a military escort when the Presi.

dent of the United States shall visit the Ca-
pitol

47 53 !
providing for the adjustment of the expenses

incurreal on the late visit of the President of
the United States

130 135 143 14
granting Hampton Falls, and certain towns
leave to send Representatives

86 91 92 116 19S
directing the Treasurer to-report the causes of

the non-payment of outsta ding taxes 132 146 119
directing the Treasurer to collect the note of
Moses Foss, jr.

69 93 91
appropriating certain sums for the education

of deaf, duinb and blind children 81 84 92 95 124 145
in relation to the keeping of the accounts of
the State Prison

119 141 170
to furnish a piece of ordnance for the fourth
regiment

51 60 71 89
granting a tract of land to Daniel Pinkham

44 52 57 60 891
in relation to the organization of the inilitia
of the United States

142 152 16:
to furnish a piece of ordnance for the tenth re-
giinent

109 115 129 147 163
classing Pinkham's Grant with other towns

for the choice of a representative 142 148 159 170
granting a tract of land to Sally Hayes 62 72 100 128
in relation to the number, state and condition
of the blind

77 84 93 97
requiring the settlement of the accounts of the

State Prison and providing for the payment
of the debts due from the same, and for the

extension of the prison yard 145 150 157 159 164 170
classing Jackson and Ilart's Location for the
choice of a representative

85 91 92 120 128
appropriating 500 dollars to defray contingent
expenses

158 166 170
in relation to the tolls on White River Locks
and canal

139 148 159 162
providing for the exchange of the New-Hamp-

shire reports with other States 61 65 72 100 198
in relation to the tariff, nullification and revis.

ion of the constitution of the United States 160 166 170

Resolutions-

authorizing the N. H. Temperance Society to

hold their annual meeting in the Represen-
tatives' Hall

8
granting the use of Rep. Hall to the State Ly-
ceurn

9
in relation to distributing the arms in the.ar-
senal

32 34 35 42
granting arms to Strafford Guards

34 42
Bradby Hodgson

34 42
providing for the alteration of the seats in the
Representatives' Hall

40 48
granting the use of Representatives' Hall to the
N. H. Historical Society

40
providing for repairs to the State House 46 52 60
granting a copy of revised statutes to the Rep-
resentative of the town of Effingham

50 54 58
in relation to abscnt members

59 60 70
in relation to Military duty

26 66 91 94 101 102 111 112 113 117 122 123
authorizing Hannah Dickerson to convey tho
estate of her husband

69 77
the appointment of an agent to examine
certain Asylums for the insane and report a

plan for an Asylum in this State 77 94 98 125 153
granting the use of the Rep. Hall to Dr. Perry
'to deliver a lecture on the insane

79
of enquiry in relation to the debts duc the
State Prison

80 83
in relation to an act in relation to the organ-

ization of the courts of Justice in this State 84 86
in relation to seats of certain members

83
fixing the time at which the Legislature may
adjourn

90 141 159 170
in relation to the travel and attendance roll of
of the House

94 121
in relation to the removal of the courts from
Newport to Claremont

104
granting a tract of land to Jonas Mills and
others

107 134 149 161
appropriating $10,000 for the erection of an
Insane Hospital

108 138 139
granting arms to independent companies

116 153
of enquiry in relation to the Insane, and an
Insane Hospital

120 133 127 148 158
granting the use of the Representatives' Hall to

128
in relation to the claim of Jeremiah Smith

199

Dr. Long

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