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NAYA.

NAYS,
Messrs. Baily,

Messrs. Maghee,
Ewing,

M-Šherry, So it was determined in the affirmative. The bill from the House of Representatives, entitled “A supplement to the act, entitled, an act for the prevention of vice and immorality, and of unlawful gaming, and to restrain disorderly sports and dissipation, passed the 22d day of April one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four,' was read the third

time, and

On the question, Shall this bill pass ?

The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Frailey and Mr. Shearer, and are as follow, to wit.

YEAS.

YEAS,

Messrs. Barnitz,

Beale,
Forster,
Frailey,
Graham,
Hopkins,
Lowrie,
Maghee,
M'Farland,
MSherry,

Messrs. Murray,

Poe,
Power,
Reed,
Rogers,
Ross,
Shannon,
Smith,
1. Weaver,
Welles,

20.

NAYS.

NAYS.

Shearer,

Messrs. Biddle,

Messrs. Morgan,
Erwin,
Ewing,

Shoemaker,
Jarrett,

G. Weaver,
Lane,

Tod, speaker. 10.
So it was determined in the affirmative.
The bill from the House of Representatives, entitled

* An act to incorporate the Greensburg Manufacturing company, was read the third time, and

Resolved, That this bill pass.
The bill from the House of Representatives, entitled

. An act vesting the title of a certain piece of land in Bethel township and county of Bedford, in certain trustees and their successors, for the use of the Baptist congregation in said township,' was read the third time, and

Resolved, That this bill pass.

Ordered, That the clerk return said bills to the House of Representatives, with information that Senate have passed the same with amendments, in which the concurrence of that house is requested.

The bill from the House of Representatives, entitled

• An act authorizing the Secretary of the Land Office to issue a patent to Amos Judson, for an in lot in the town of Waterford in Erie county,' was read the second time as reported by a committee of the whole yesterday, considered by section and agreed

to, and

Ordered, That it be prepared for a third reading.

The clerk of the House of Representatives being introduced, presented for concurrence, the bill, entitled

* An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company for erecting a bridge over the river Susquehanna at the town of Danville. near where the turnpike terminates on said river, in the county of Columbia.'

He returned the bill, entitled

• An act to cede to the United States the jurisdiction to a piece of land near Pittsburg.'

And informed, That the House of Representatives have passed said bill with amendments, in which the concurrence of Senate is requested.

He further informed, That the House of Representatives have concurred in the amendments by Senate, to the bills, entitled as follow, viz.

• An act to authorize the surveyor of the township of the Northern Liberties in the county of Philadelphia, to re-survey, lay out and regulate Slesman's alley in the incorporated district of the Northern Liberties.'

• A further supplement to an act, entitled, an act to incorporate a company for making an artificial road from Harrisburg through Lewistown and Huntingdon to Pittsburg.?

The bill presented for concurrence was read the first time.

The amendments by the House of Representatives, to the bill, entitled

• An act to cede to the United States the jurisdiction over a piece of land near Pittsburg,' were read as follow, viz.

Sect. 1. strike out all that follows the word that in the 3d line, to the word . on' in line 4, and insert the following the consent of the legislature of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania is hereby granted to a purchase which the United States have lately made by Wm. B. Foster, of a certain tract of land situate.'

Line 5, after the word . Pittsburg' insert the following bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at a post on the bank of said ri. ver and running thence by land of Wm. B. Foster, south 45 degrees, east 143 perches to a post, thence by land of John Ewalt south 42 degrees, west 35 perches and one quarter to a post, thence by land of the said Wm. B. Foster north 45 degress, west 128 perches and an half to a post on the bank of the illegheny river, and thence up the said river by the several courses thereof north 19 degrees, east 39 perches to the place of beginning.'

Line 5, after 6 acres? insert strict measure,' from the manu. script strike out these words lately purchased by the United

States from Wm. B. Foster;' add to the end thereof the following: 6. Provided, That any thing herein contained shall not extend or be construed to extend, so as to impede or prevent the execution of any process civil or criminal, under the authority of this stated

Strike out section 2.

Make the title read. An act assenting to a purchase made by the United States of a piece of land near Pittsburg.'

The bill, entitled 6 An act affording relief to persons employed in trade from Pennsylvania, attacked by disease at New Orleans,' was read the second time, as reported by a committee of the whole yesterday,

Sections 1. and 2. were severally considered and agreed to.
Section 3. having been considered,

On the question,
Will Senate agree to said section ?
The yeas and nays were required by Mr. I. Weaver and Mr.
Morgan, and are as follow, to wit.

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NAYS.

Messrs. Baily,

Messrs. Morgan,
Barnitz,

Murray,
Biddle,

Poe,
Erwin,

Power,
Ewing,

Reed,
Forster,

Rogers
Hopkins,

Ross,
Lowrie,

Shoemaker,
Maghee,

Smith,
M-Sherry,

Tod, speaker, 20.

NAYS.
Messrs. Beale,

Messrs. Shannon,
Frailey,

Shearer,
Graham,

G. Weaver,
Jarrett,

I. Weaver,
Lane,

Welles,

11. M Farland, So it was determined in the affirmative. The title having been amended to read

An act for the relief of the Hospital at New Orleans, and of the Pennsylvania Hospital,' was agreed to.

Ordered, That said bill be transcribed for a third reading. · On motion of Mr. Frailey and Mr. Reed,

The Senate resumed the second reading and consideration of the bill from the House of Representatives, entitled

• An act authorizing the purchase of a certain number of cox pies of the work of Samuel Roberts, on the British statutes in force in Pennsylvania,” postponed for the present yesterday.

The question on the section recurring, The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Murray and Mr. Reed, and are as follow, to wit.

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Messrs. Baily,

Messrs. M.Sherry,
Biddle,

Murray,
Erwin,

Poe,
Ewing,

Shearer,
Forster,

Shoemaker,
Frailey,

Welles,

13, Graham, So it was determined in the affirmative. The title having been considered and agreed to. Ordered, That said bill be prepared for a third reading.

Agreeably to order,

The Senate resolved itself into a committee of the whole, Mr. Barnitz in the chair, on the bill from the House of Representatives, entitled

• An act to authorize Andrew Fleming to erect and maintain a toll bridge over Oil creek in the county of Venango.'

And after some time, The committee rose and reported said bill with amendments.

Agreeably to order,

The Senate resolved itself into a committee of the whole, Mr. Biddle in the chair, on the bill from the House of Representatives, entitled

An act authorizing a loan of money to Mathew Steward and John Reed, linen manufacturers of Pittsburg.'

And after some time, The committee rose and reported the first and only section of the bill negatived.

On the question,
Will Senate agree to said report?
The

yeas and nays were required by Mr. Lowrie and Mr. Power, and are as follow, to wit.

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Messrs. Beale,

Messrs. Rogers,
Graham,

Ross,
Lowrie,

Shannon,
M«Farland,

I. Weaver,
Poe,

Tod, speaker, H.
Power,
So it was determined in the affirmative, and the bill lost.

Agreeably to order,

The Senate resolved itself into a committee of the whole, Mr. Beale in the chair, on the bill from the House of Representa tives, entitled

6 An act to authorize William Trimble, to sell and convey a tract of land therein mentioned.'

And after some time, The committee rose and reported the first section of the bill negatived.

On the question,
Will Senate agree to said report?
It was determined in the affirmative, and the bill lost.

Agreeably to order, The rule for going into committee of the whole being in this case dispensed with, the bill from the House of Representatives, entitled

An act to incorporate the town of Strasburg, in the county of Lancaster, was read the second time, considered by section and agreed to, and Ordered, That it be prepared for a third reading.

Agreeably to order,

The Senate resolved itself into a committee of the whole, Mr. Erwin in the chair, on the bill, entitled

• A supplement to an act, entitled, a further supplement to an act, entitled, an act erecting parts of Northumberland county into separate couaties, to be called Union and Columbia.'

And after some time,
The committee rose and reported said bill as committed,

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