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The title having been amended by adding to the end thereof the word Juniata,' was agreed to.

On the question,"
Shall said bill be transcribed for a third reading?

The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Murray, and Mr. Ewing, and are as follow, to wit.

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NIYS.

NAYS.

Murray,

Messrs. Erwin,

Messrs. Morgan,
Ewing,
Lane,

Poe,
Maghee,

Reed,
M-Farland,

Tod, speaker. 11.
M-Sherry,
So it was determined in the affirmative.

The bill, entitled 6 An acť authorizing the governor to incorporate the York Water Company, was read the second time as reported by a committee of the whole yesterday, considered by section and agreed to. Ordered, That said bill be transcribed for a third reading.

Agreeably to order,

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

• An act to regulate the payment of costs in certain cases of trespass therein mentioned.

theme And after some time, The committee rose and reported said bill with one amendment, which was read.

Agreeably to order, The Senate resolved itself into a committee of the whole, Mr. M-Farland in the chair, on the

Resolution from the House of Representatives relative to the establishment of a district court of the United States at Pittsburg,

And after some time, og The committee rose and reported said resolution with amendments, which were read.

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

* An act to incorporate the town of Waynesburg in the county of Greene.' He returned the bills, entitled as follow, viz.

An act for the relief of Thomas Curtis.', * An act to authorize Henry Jarrett, of Northampton county, to build a permanent toll bridge across the river Lehigh.'

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

He also informed, That the House of Representatives have concurred in the amendment by Senate, to the bill, entitled

* An act to authorize the purchase of certain copies of Smith's edition of the laws of Pennsylvania,' with an amendment, in which the concurrence of Senate is requested, viz. 91.1

Line 4, make • two read • three.'
The bill presented for concurrence was read the first time.

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

An act to authorize Henry Jarrett, of Northampton county, to build a permanent toll bridge across the river Lehigh,' were read as follow, to wit.

Sect. 1. line 21, make an half? read a quarter.' Lines 23 and 24, strike out always nevertheless. Line 28, after the word funerals'insertor public worship on Sundays."

Sect. 3. line 14, make successors' read. heirs.'
Sect. 4. line 5, make • voluntarily' read - wilfully."

Ordered, Tó lie on the table. The amendment by the House of Representatives, to the bill, entitled

• An act for the relief of Thomas Curtis,' was read as follows, to wit.

Sect. 1. strike out from lines 14 and 15, the following out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. 3

On motion, Said amendment was again read, considered and concurred in.

Ordered, That the clerk inform the House of Representatives accordingly,

A motion was made by Mr. Welles and Mr. Jarrett, they having voted in the majority,

To re-consider the vote given on the 11th inst. negativing the first section of the bill, entitled • An act providing for the erection of a state capitol.' And

On the question,
Will Senate agree so to re-consider ?

The peas and nays were required by Mr. Ewing and Mr. Frailey, and are as follow, to wit.

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Messrs. Baily,

Messrs. M’Sherry, use
Barnitz,

Poe,
Beale,

Power,
Biddle,

Reed,
Forster,

op basis Rogers,
Frailey,

Ross,
Graham

Shannon,
Jarrett,

a 1. Weaver,
Lowrie,

Welles,
M'Farland,

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NAYS.
Messrs. Erwin,

Messrs. Morgan,
Ewing,

Murray,
Hopkins,

Shearer,
Lane,

Shoemaker,
Maghee, bio je

G. Weaver.

10. So it was determined in the affirmative.

Whereupon, Section 1., recurring and being under consideration, A motion was made by Mr. I. Weaver and Mr. Shannon, To postpone the further consideration of said section, together with the bill for the present, which was agreed to.

On motion, The Senate proceeded to the second reading and consideration of the amendment by the House of Representatives to the amendments by Senate, to the bill from that house, entitled

* An act to authorize the purchase of certain copies of Smith's edition of the laws of Pennsylvania.' And

On the question, Will Senate concur in said amendment? The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Frailey and Mr. G. Weaver, and are as follow, to wito's YEAS.

YEAS.
Messrs. Beale,

Messrs. Shearer,
Jarrett,

G. Weaver,
M-Farland,
Poe,

Tod, speaker.
Rogers,

NAYS.
Messrs. Baily,

Messrs. Graham,
Barnitz,

Hopkins,
Biddle,

Lane,
Erwin,

Lowrie,
Ewing,

Maghee,
Forster,

M-Sherry;
Frailey,

Morgan.

1. Weaver,

NAYS.

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Messrs. Murray,

Messrs. Shannon,
Power,

Shoemaker,
Reed,

Welles,

21. Ross, So it was determined in the negative.

Ordered, That the clerk inform the House of Representatives accordingly.

The clerk of the House of Representatives being introduced, informed, that that house have concurred in the amendments by Senate, to the bill, entitled

• An act authorizing the appointment of an additional auctioneer within the city and liberties of Philadelphia, except the following, viz.

Sect. 1. lines 5 and 6, strike out the words " who shall be exclusively authorized.' Line 10, strike out all that follows the word prints' and insert in place thereof these words : by other auctioneers legally appointed, in which they have non-concurred.

He further informed, That the House of Representatives have concurred in the amendments by Senate, to the bill, entitled

• A supplement to an act, entitled, an act to enable the Governor to incorporate a company for making an artificial road beginning at the intersection of the Egypt road with the ridge turnpike road two miles above Norristown in the county of Montgomery, from thence to: Pawling's ford bridge over the river Schupikill.

On motion, The above amendmeuts were again read, and the same having been considered,

A motion was made by Mr. Biddle and Mr. Reed,

That Senate insist on their amendments to said bill, non-concurred by the House of Representatives, which was agreed to.

Ordered, That the clerk' inform the House of Representatives accordingly.

Adjourned until 10 o'clock to-morrow morning.

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Mr. Power presented a petition from sundry inhabitants of Beaver and Mercer counties, praying that a law may be passed to authorize the Governor to appoint commissioners to view and lay out a state road beginning at the west end of Brighton bridge in the county of Beaver, thence to Mount Jackson, and thence to intersect the Poland centre road in the first range of townships in the state of Ohio; and.

Said petition was read and referred to Mr. Power, Mr. Shannon and Mr. M Farland.

Mr. Morgan from the committee to whom was referred on the 8th inst. the petition of the president of the Schuylkill Navigation Company, on leave given, reported a bill, entitled

• A supplement to the act, entitled, an act to authorize the Governor to incorporate a company to make a lock navigation in the river Schuylkill,' which was read the first time.

The bill, entitled

An act erecting part of Mifflin county into a seperate county to be called Juniata, was read the third time, and

On the question,
Shall this bill pass ?
The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Ewing and Mr.
Murray, and are as follow, to wit.

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Poe,

Messrs. Erwin,

Messrs. Murray,
Ewing
Lane,

Reed,
Maghee,

Welles
M.Farland,

Tod, speaker. 11.
Morgan,
So it was determined in the affirmative.

The bill, entitled

An act authorizing the Governor to incorporate the York Wa. ter Company,' was read the third time, and

Resolved, That this bill pass.

Ordered, That the clerk present said bills to the House of Representatives for concurrence.

The bill, entitled "An act to regulate the payment of costs in certain cases of trespass therein mentioned,' was read the second time as reported by a committee of the whole yesterday, considered by section and Ordered, That said bill be transcribed for a third reading.

agreed to.

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