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Joseph A. M-Jimsey, clerk, 106 days, $ 424
Salary,

500 924 00 Samuel Conrad, Assistant clerk, 106 days, 424 Salary,

350 774 00 John L. Wallis, Sergeant-at-armsy

106 days,

212 Salary,

150 362 00 William Shannon, Door-keeper, 106 days, 212 Salary,

150

362 00 Therefore, Resolved, That the Speaker draw his warrant on the state treasurer in favour of the members and officers of the Senate, for the amount due each as above stated.

On motion, Said report was again read, and the same being under consideration,

A motion was made by Mr. Rogers and Mr. Jarrett,

To amend the item which relates to the pay of Mr. Lowrie, by allowing pay for the whole number of days during the session, and

On the question,
Will Senate agree so to amend ?

The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Erwin and Mr. Ross, and are as follow, to wit.

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Messrs. Baily,

Messrs. Poe,
Beale,

Power,
Erwin,

Reed,
Graham,

Rogers,
Hopkins,

Ross,
Jarrett,

Shearer,
Maghee,

Smith,
M-Farland,

I. Weaver,
M'Sherry,

Welles,
Morgan,

Tod, speaker.

NAYS.
Messrs. Ewing,

Messrs. Murray,
Frailey,

Shoemaker,
Lane,

G. Weaver.
So it was determined in the affirmative.

20.

NAYS.

6.

A motion was then made by Mr. Frailey and Mr. Reed, Further to amend said report by striking from the item which relates to Mr. Welles, 96 'days, and inserting 99 days,' and to make6444 dollars' read ( 456 dollars;' which was agreed to.

On the question,
Will Senate agree to said report together with the resolution
thereto attached?
It was determined in the affirmative.

Whereupon,
Warrants were accordingly so drawn.
The bill from the House of Representatives, entitled

An act establishing certain election districts,' was read the third time, and

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

• A supplement to an act, entitled, an act to incorporate an academy or public school in the town of Waterford, and for other purposes,' 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.

A motion was made by Mr. Baily and Mr. Jarrett, and read as follows, to wit.

Resolved, That there be allowed for extra service to the Clerk of Senate, the further sum of,

$ 150 Assistant clerk,

100 Sergeant-at-arms,

75 Door-keeper

75 Assistant door-keeper,

75 That there be allowed to the transcribing clerk for his services in full, during the present session the sum of, 600

On motion, Said resolution was again read, and the same being under consideration,

On the question,
Will Senate agree to the first item2

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

YEAS.

YEAS:

Messrs. Baily,

Erwin,
Jarrett,
Lowrie,
Maghee,
M-Farland,

Messrs. M Sherry,

Poe,
Power,
Rogers,
Ross,
I. Weaver,

12,

NAYS.

G. Weaver,

ŅAY'S
Messrs. Beale,

Messrs. Murray,
Ewing,

Reed,
Forster,

Shearer,
Frailey,

Shoemaker,
Graham,

Smith,
Hopkins,
Lane,

Welles,
Morgan,

Tod, speaker,

16. So it was determined in the negative.

The 2d, 3d and 4th, items were severally considered and disagreed to The 5th item was considered and agreed to. The 6th item being under consideration, A motion was made by Mr. M“Sherry and Mr. G. Weaver,

To amend the same by striking therefrom the word “six,' and inserting five;' which was agreed to, and The item as amended agreed to.

Whereupon,
Warrants were accordingly so drawn.

Agreeably to order,

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

• An act further to alter and amend the act, entitled, an act to regulate the general elections within this commonwealth.'

And after some time, The committee rose, reported progress and asked leave to sit again; leave was not granted.

Whereupon,
A motion was made by Mr. Frailey and Mr. Ewing,

To postpone the further consideration of said bill for the present and recommend it to the early attention of the next legis. lature.

On the question,
Will Senate agree so to postpone ?
The

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

YEAS.

YEAS,

Messrs. Baily,

Erwin,
Ewing,
Forster,
Frailey,
Hopkins,
Lane,
Maghee,

Messrs. M‘Sherry,

Morgan,
Murray,
Shoemaker,
Smith,
G. Weaver,
Welles,

15.

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Messrs. Beale,

Messrs. Reed,
Graham,

Rogers,
Jarrett,

Ross,
Lowrie,

Shearer,
:: M-Farland,

I. Weaver,
Poen

Tod, speaker,

15. Power, So it was determined in the affirmative. On motion of Mr. Smith and Mr. Lowrie, The Senate proceeded to the second reading and consideration of the bill from the House of Representatives, entitled

• An act making appropriation to defray certain expences of government therein mentioned.'

The several sections and title having been considered and agreed to.

Ordered, That said bill be prepared for a third reading.

The clerk of the House of Representatives being introduced, presented for signature, the bills, entitled as follow, viz.

A further supplement to an act, entitled, an act for the prevention of vice and immorality and of unlawful gaming, and restraining disorderly sports and dissipation.'

• An act authorizing Joseph Budd and Joshua Budd to build a toll bridge across the Youghiogeny river in Westmoreland county, and for extending the time of building a bridge over the river Juniata at Millerstown, in Cumberland county:

• An act authorizing the trustees of the Methodist Episcopal church in the borough of Chambersburg to sell a certain lot of ground.'

• An act to authorize the Governor to appoint commissioners to lay out a road from the west end of Brighton bridge to the state line in a direction to Poland, in the state of Ohio.'

6 An act to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company for erecting a parmanent bridge over the river Delaware at Stock port in Wayne county.'

. An act providing for the erection of a state capitol.?
. An act providing for the redemption of a certain certificate.'

A supplement to the act for the relief of insolvent debtors.' • A supplement to an act, entitled, an act establishing a fee bill.'

• An act to incorporate the city of Pittsburg.'

• An act to review part of the state road from the mouth of Beaver creek, to the top of the hill north-west of Greersburg. • An act for the relief Benjamin Jennings, an old revolution

An act authorizing the Governor to incorporate four companies for making an artificial road from the town of Washington in this state, to intersect the Harrisburg and Pittsburg turnpike road, at or near the town of Bedford.'

• A supplement to the act, entitled, an act to authorize James Barton and George Biddis, their heirs and assigns, to convey

ary soldier.

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