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extend the time for the collection of taxes in the town of GrealValley, and for other purposes."

Ordered, That the Clerk deliver the said bills to the Governor.

The Senate sent for concurrence, a bill entitled “An act to amend an act entiiled 'An act to incorporate the New-Paltz academy,' passed April 12th, 1833."

The said bill was read the first time, and by unanimous consent was also read a second time, and referred to the committee on colleges, academies and common schools.

The House then again resolved itself into a committee of the whole, on the bill entitled “An act to aid and expedite the construction of a rail-road from Lake Erie to the city of New York, through the southern vier of counties;" and after some time spent thereon, Mr. Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. Judd, from the said committee, reported progress, and asked for and obtained Icave to sit again.

And then the House adjourned until ten o'clock to-morrow morning.

TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1835.

The House met pursuant to adjournment.

The remonstrance of sundry inhabitants of the county of Onondaya, against the incorporation of a company to construct a railroad from Utica to Syracuse, was read, and committed to the committee of the whole when on the bill opon that subject.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the enunty of Erie, praying for the incorporation of a company to construct a rail-road froin Batavia to Buffalo, was read, and committed to the committee of the whole when on the bill upon that subject.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the village of Greenbush in the county of Rensselaer, praying for authority to construct a bridge across the Hudson river at Albany, with a remonstrance of sundry inhabitants of the vilage of Port-Schuyler against the same, were read, and referred to the commillee on the establishment and improvement of roads and bridges, and the incorporation of turnpike companies.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Saratoga, praying for the incorporation of a company to construct a rail-road from the village of Ballston-Spa to Galway corners in said county, was read, and referred to the committee on rail-roads.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Monroe, praying for the passage of a law to prevent the practice of betting on clections, was read, and referred to the committee on privileges and elections.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the village of Brockport in the county of Monroe, praying for an amendment of their charter, was read, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Mr. D. Sibicy, Mr. A, Clark and Mr. G. Brown.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the counties of Tompkins, Tioga and Chenango, praying for a repeal of the law proscribing botanic practice, was read, and committed to the committee of the whole when on the bill upon that subject.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Genesee, praying for the incorporation of a company to construct a rail-road from Attica to Buffalo, was read, and committed to the committee of the whole when on the bill upon that subject.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the counties of Cattaraugus and Erie, praying for the passage of a law authorising the supervisors of said counties to raise money by tax, to build a bridge across the Cattaraugus creek, was read, and referred to the committee on the establishment and improvement of roads and bridges, and the incorporation of turnpike companies.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Herkimer, praying for the passage of an act authorising the appointment of commissioners to lay out a road from Little-Falls to Herkimer in said county, was read, and referred to the committee on the establishment and improvement of roads and bridges, and the incorpo ration of turnpike companies.

The petition of the Hibernian Provident Society of the city of New-York, praying for an extension of their charter, was read, and referred to the committee on the incorporation of charitable and religious societies.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Columbia, praying for the incorporation of a literary institution, with an appropriation of two thousand dollars from the State treasury, was read, and referred to the committee on colleges, academies and common schools.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Niagara, praying for the incorporation of the Niagara and Genesee RailRoad Company, was read, and committed to the committee of the whole when on the bill upon that subject.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the counties of Queens and Kings, praying for the incorporation of a company to construct a turnpike road from Newtown in the county of Queens, to Bushwick in the county of Kings, was read, and referred to the committee on the establishment and improvement of roads and bridges, and the incorporation of turnpike companies.

Mr. Davis, from the committee on the incorporation and alteration of the charters of banking and insurance companies, to which was referred the engrossed bill from the Senate, entitled “An act to amend an act entitled 'An act to incorporate the Long Island insurance company,' passed April 26th, 1833,” reported, that the committee have examined the said bill, and see no reason why the same should not be passed into a law.

Ordered, That the said bill be committed to a committee of the whole house.

Mr. Davis, from the committee on the incorporation and alteration of the charters of banking and insurance companies, to which was referred the engrossed bill from the Senate, entitled "An act to continue the charter of the Franklin fire insurance company,' reported, that the committee have examined the said bill, and see no reason why the same should not be passed into a law.

Ordered, That the said bill be committed to a committee of the whole house.

Mr. Cash, from the committec on ways and ineans, to which was referred the engrossed bill from the Senate, entitled "An act for the support of the government of this State," reported, that the committee have examined the said bill, and see no reason why the same should not be passed into a law.

Ordered, That the said bill be committed to a committee of the whole, when on the resolution of the Senate for amending the Constitution relative to the Canal fund.

Mr. Moseley, from the committee on Indian affairs, to which was referred the engrossed bill from the Senate, entitled "An act directing the sale to William Page, of one hundred acres of land in the New-Stockbridge or Oneida reservation," reported:

[See Document No. 280.) Ordered, That the said bill be committed to a committee of the whole house.

Mr. Wetmore, from the committee on colleges, academies and common schools, to which was referred the petition of the trustees of Montgomery Academy, praying for an amendment of the act constituting the trustees of Montgomery Academy trustees of school district number seven in the town of Montgomery, reported a bill, entitled “An act for the relief of Montgomery academy;" which was read the first time, and by unanimous consent was also read a second time, and committed to a committee of the whole house.

Mr. Judd, from the committee on medical societies and colleges, to which was reierred the petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Onondaga, praying for the passage of an act to incorporate an eye infirmary, to be located in the village of Syracuse in said county, reported a bill, entitled “An act to incorporate the Western eye and ear infirmary;" which was read the first time, and by unanimous consent was also read a second time, and committed to a committee of the whole house.

Mr. D. Sibley, from the select committee to which was referred the bill entitled “An act in relation to the boundaries of school district number two in the city of Rochester and county of Monroe,” reported that the committee had gone through the said bill, and agreed to the same without amendment; which he was directed to report to the House, and he read the report in his place, and delivered the same in at the table, where it was again read, and agreed to by the House.

Ordered, That the bill be engrossed.

Mr. Griswold, from the select committee to which was referred the engrossed bill from the Senate, entitled "An act to amend an act entitled 'An act to incorporate the Troy turnpike and rail-road company,' passed April 18th, 1831," reported, that the committee had gone through the said bill, and agreed to the same without amendment; which he was directed to report to the House, and he read the report in his place, and delivered the same in at the table, where it was again read, and agreed to by the House, and the bill ordered to a third reading.

Thereupon,
The said bill was read the third time.

Mr. Speaker put the question whether the House would agree to the final passage of the said bill, and it was determined in the affirmative, two-thirds of all the members elected to this House voting in favor thereof, as follows, to wit:

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Mr. Anthony
Mr. Baker
Mr. Barnes
Mr. Beecher
Mr. Benjamin
Mr. Bennet
Mr. Blatchly
Mr. Brasher
Mr. Brooks
Mr. A. Brown
Mr. G. Brown
Mr. Burhans
Mr. Burke
Mr. Barnum
Mr. Burr
Mr. Cash
Mr. A. Clark
Mr. Coe
Mr. Conklin
Mr. Crain
Mr. Crary
Mr. Crosby
Mr. Crowell
Mr. Cuykendall
Mr. Davis
Mr. Dayan
Mr. Denniston
Mr. Eldred
Mr. Farwell
Mr. Finch

Mr. A. Hascall Mr. Pettit
Mr. Healy

Mr. Phillips
Mr. Hendee

Mr. Philo
Mr. Hildreth

Mr. Plumb
Mr. Hiller

Mr. Powers
Mr. Hillyer

Mr. Preston
Mr. Horton

Mr. Richmond
Mr. Hough

Mr. Roosevelt
Mr. Hutchinson

Mr. Seger
Mr. Jackson

Mr. Shepard
Mr. Jones

Mr. D. Sibley
Mr. Judd

Mr. M. H. Sibley
Mr. Kent

Mr. Simmons
Mr. King

Mr. Speaker
Mr. Krum

Mr. Springer
Mr. J. W. Lewis Mr. Stetson
Mr. T. Lewis

Mr. Stevens
Mr. Livingston

Mr. C. Strong
Mr. Lockwood Mr. E. Strong
Mr. Loomis

Mr. Suffern
Mr. Mallory

Mr. Thorn
Mr. M'Cluer

Mr. Tillinghast
Mr. M'Kie

Mr. Tomlinson
Mr. M'Neil

Mr. Tyrrel
Mr. Moseley Mr. Van Bergen
Mr. Niles

Mr. Wager
Mr. Odell

Mr. Waldron
Mr. Ogden

Mr. Whecler
Mr. Ostrom

Mr. Wilcoxson
Mr. W. S. Paddock Mr. Wilkinson

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Ordered, That the clerk return the said bill to the Senate, and inform them that this House have passed the same without amendment.

A message from the Governor, delivered by his private secretary, was read, in the words following, to wit:

TO THE ASSEMBLY. GENTLEMEN,

I have this day approved and signed the bill entitled “An act to incorporate the Peaconic navigation company.

Also the bill entitled “An act to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the town of Great-Valley, and for other purposes."

W. L. MARCY. Albany, March 10, 1835.

Ordered, That Mr. Warren have leave of absence for ten days. The House then again resolved itself into a committee of the whole, on the bill entitled “An act to aid and expedite the construction of a rail-road from Lake Erie to New York, through the southern tier of counties;" and after some time spent thereon, Mr. Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. Judd, from the said committee, reported progress, and asked for and obtained leave to sit again.

And then the House adjourned until ten o'clock to-morrow morning.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1835.

The House met pursuant to adjournment.

Three several petitions of sundry inhabitants of the couħties of Seneca and Cayuga, praying for authority to raise money for the support of the free bridge across the Seneca river, were read, and referred to the committee on the establishment and improvement of roads and bridges, and the incorporation of turnpike companies.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Wayne, praying for an amendment of the excise law, was read, and committed to the committee of the whole when on the bill upon

that subject.

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