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Those who voted in the negative are

Mr. Bennet Mr. Hendee Mr. Ringgold
Mr. Carr Mr. Herttell Mr. Roosevelt
Mr. Clinch Mr. Horton Mr. Shafer
Mr. Crary Mr. Pettit Mr. Waldron
Mr. Cuykendall Mr. Preston Mr. Wetmore
Mr. J. Haskell Mr. Rice Mr. Wylie 18

Ordered, That the bill be re-engrossed.

And then the House adjourned until eleven o’clock to-morrow morning.

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1835.
The House met pursuant to adjournment.

Four several petitions of the board of supervisors of the county of Kings, and of sundry inhabitants of the county of Suffolk, praying for the establishment of additional ferries between the cities of New-York and Brooklyn, were read, and referred to the committee on the judiciary. Two several petitions of sundry inhabitants of the county of Livingston, praying for the construction of a canal from Rochester to Olean, with a branch to Dansville, were read, and referred to the committee on canals and internal improvements. The petition of Horace Hulbert and David Porter, praying compensation for services rendered and expenses incurred in the construction of certain works connected with and forming part of the Chemung canal feeder, with sundry affidavits relating thereto, was read, and referred to the committee on claims. Three several petitions of sundry inhabitants of the county of Jefferson, and of the board of supervisors of the county of Oneida, praying for the construction of the Black river canal, were read, and referred to the committee on canals and internal improvements. Twelve several petitions of sundry inhabitants of the counties of Dutchess, Tioga, New-York, Saratoga, Westchester, Albany, Lewis, Cattaraugus, Cortland, Oneida, Tompkins, Clinton and Cayuga, praying for a repeal of the law of last session, proscribing the practice of botanic physicians, were read, and referred to the select committee on that subject, of which Mr. J. Haskell is chairman. The petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Chenango, raying for the incorporation of the Wool-Growers' bank, to be ocated at the village of Norwich in said county, was read, and re

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ferred to the committee on the incorporation and alteration of the charters of banking and insurance companies. Two several petitions of sundry inhabitants of the counties of Yates, Ontario and Steuben, praying for damages alleged to have been sustained by the diversion by the State of the waters of the outlet of the Crooked lake, were read, and referred to the committee on grievances. The petition of sundry inhabitants of the counties of Westchester and Rockland, praying for the passage of a law authorising them to erect and maintain a ferry across the Hudson river, was read, and referred to the committee on the establishment and improvement of roads and bridges, and the incorporation of turnpike comanies. p The petition of John B. Herrishoff and others of the county of Lewis, praying that certain taxes paid by them may be refunded, was read, and referred to the Comptroller. The petition of William H. Lacy and James Haggart, proprietors of the ferry from Black-Rock in the county of Erie, to Waterloo in Upper Canada, praying for the passage of an act authorising them to erect and maintain a drawbridge across Black-Rock harbor, was read, and referred to the Canal Commissioners. The petition of Joseph Campbell of the county of Oneida, praying for remuneration for lands sold by the Surveyor-General, was read, and referred to the committee on grievances. The petition of the Saratoga Manufacturing Company, praying for the passage of an act authorising the correction of a mistake in the tax-roll of the town of Saratoga, was read, and referred to the committee on the judiciary. The petition of Nathan Bumpus of the town of Richland in the county of Oswego, praying compensation for part of lot twentyeight in Freemason's patent in the town of Litchfield, Herkimer county, was read, and referred to the committee on claims. The petition of sundry inhabitants of the town of De Kalb in the county of St. Lawrence, praying for the passage of an act authorising the transfer of the common school fund of said town, was read, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Mr. King, Mr. W. S. Paddock and Mr. Adams. The petition of Gilbert D. Dillon of the village of Kingston in the county of Ulster, praying remuneration for injury received by the accidental discharge of a field-piece, while on duty in obedience to the orders of the Adjutant-General, was read, and referred to the committee on claims. The petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Niagara, praying for an increase of the capital stock of the Lockport Bank, was read, and referred to the committee on the incorporation and alteration of the charters of banking and insurance companies. The petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Sullivan, praying for legislative aid in the construction of the New-York and Erie rail-road, was read, and referred to the committee on rail-roads. The petition of Jacob H. Failing of Oppenheim in the county of Montgomery, praying compensation for damages alleged to have been sustained in consequence of a breach in the dam across the Mohawk river, constructed to supply the Erie canal with water, was read, and referred to the Canal Commissioners.

The remonstrance of sundry inhabitants of the county of Chenango, against the appointment of a Supreme Court commissioner to reside in the village of Oxford in said county, was read, and referred to the committee on the judiciary.

Mr. Burke, from the committee on colleges, academies and common schools, to which was referred the petition of John Preston and others, relative to an improved manner of teaching schools, reported; and offered the following resolution:

{See Document Mo. 63.]

Resolved, That the petitioners have leave to withdraw their pe. tition, and that the committee be discharged from the further consideration of the same. " Mr. Speaker put the question whether the House would agree to the said resolution, and it was determined in the affirmative. A message from the Governor, delivered by his private secretary, was read, in the words following, to wit:

TO THE ASSEMBLY. Gr:NTLEMEN, I here with transmit to you the annual report of the Adjutant

General. W. L. MARCY. -álbany, January 20, 1835.

[See Document JNo. 211.]

Ordered, That the said report be referred to the committee on the militia and public defence.

A communication from William Duniont, an inspector of pot and pearl-ashes in the city of New-York, was received and read.

[See Document No. 68.]

Ordered, That the said communication be laid upon the table.

A communication from the Commissioners of the Land-Office, was received and read, in the words following, to wit:

The Commissioners of the Land-Office, in pursuance of the thirty-first section of the act entitled “An act concerning escheats,” passed April 29th, 1833, submit here with a statement of all the releases granted under that act, and the act amending the same; the names of the persons to whom they were granted; the quantity and value of the lands released; and the moneys paid into the treasury, or secured to the people of this State, on account of such releases.

[See Document Mo. 67.]

Ordered, That the said report be referred to the committee on public lands. -

A communication from John Savage, Chief Justice, was received and read, in the words following, to wit:

.Albany, January 20, 1835. To the Hon. CHARLEs HUMPHREY, Speaker of the Assembly. SIR, I have the honor to enclose a report, in answer to the resolution of the Honorable the Assembly of the fourteenth instant, calling for information in relation to the Supreme Court. I have the honor to be, With great respect, Your obedient servant, JOHN SAVAGE.

[See Document Mo. 58.]

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Ordered, That the said report be referred to the committee on the judiciary. Ordered, "That four times the usual number of copies of the said report be printed for the use of the Legislature. The Senate sent for concurrence, a bill entitled “An act authorising the appointment of a supreme court commissioner, to reside in the county of Chenango;” a bill entitled “An act relative to the Port-Kent and Hopkinton road,” and a bill entitled “An act authorising the Phoenix cotton manufactory to continue a dam across the Susquehannah river.” The said bills were severally read the first time, and by unanimous consent were also read a second time, and the bill entitled “An act authorising the appointment of a supreme court commissioner, to reside in the county of Chenango,” was referred to the committee on the judiciary; the bill entitled “An act relative to the Port-Kent and Hopkinton road,” was referred to the committee on the establishment and improvement of roads and bridges, and the incorporation of turnpike companies; and the bill entitled “An act authorising the the Phoenix cotton manufactory to continue a dam across the Susquehannah river,” was referred to a select committee, consisting of the members attending this House from the county of Otsego. Two several messages from the Senate were read, informing that they have rejected the bill entitled “An act authorising Samuel H. Newell to change his name,” and the bill entitled “An act to change the name of Isaac Crabb.” A message from the Senate was read, informing that they have passed the bill entitled “An act relative to the court of general sessions of the county of Onondaga,” with the amendment therewith delivered. The said bill and amendment were read; and the amendment having been again read, and concurred in,

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Ordered, That the Clerk return the said bill to the Senate, and inform them that this House have concurred with them in their amendment to the said bill, and amended the same accordingly.

Mr. Suffern, from the committee on engrossed bills, reported, that the committee have examined the re-engrossed bill entitled “An act in relation to the Bowery savings bank in the city of NewYork,” and find the same correctly re-engrossed.

Thereupon,

The said re-engrossed 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 af. firmative, two-thirds of all the members elected to this House voting in favor thereof, as follows, to wit:

AYES 108 -
NAYS 11

Those who voted in the affirmative are

Mr. Adams Mr. A. Hascall Mr. Pettit
Mr. Anthony Mr. Healy Mr. Phillips
Mr. Baker . Mr. Hendee Mr. Philo
Mr. Barnes Mr. Hicks Mr. Plumb
Mr. Beecher Mr. Hildreth Mr. Powers
Mr. Benjamin Mr. Hiller Mr. Preston
Mr. Bennet Mr. Hillyer Mr. Richmond
Mr. Blatchly Mr. Hough Mr. Seger
Mr. Brooks Mr. Hutchinson Mr. Shafer
Mr. A. Brown Mr. Ingersoll Mr. Shepard
Mr. G. Brown Mr. Jackson. Mr. D. Sibley
Mr. Burhans Mr. Jones Mr, M. H. Sibley
Mr. Burke Mr. Judd Mr. Simmons
Mr. Barnum Mr. Kent Mr. Speaker
Mr. Burr Mr. King Mr. Springer
Mr. Cadwell Mr. Krum Mr. Stetson *
Mr. Carpenter * Mr. J. W. Lewis Mr. Stevens
Mr. Cash Mr. Livingston Mr. C. Strong
Mr. A. Clark . Mr. Lockwood Mr. E. Strong
Mr. C. Clark Mr. Loomis Mr. Suffern
Mr. J. Clark Mr. Lytle Mr. Thorn
Mr. Coe Mr. Mallory Mr. Tillinghast
Mr. Conklin Mr. M'Cluer Mr. Tomlinson
Mr. Crary • Mr. M'Neil Mr. Tyrrel.
Mr. Crosby Mr. Moore Mr. Van Benthuisen
Mr. Crowell Mr. Moseley Mr. Van Bergen
Mr. Davis . Mr. Murphy Mr. Wager
Mr. Dayan Mr. Niles Mr. Warren
Mr. Denniston Mr. Ogden Mr. Wheeler
Mr. Eldred Mr. Ostrom Mr. Wilcoxson
Mr. Farwell Mr. P. W. Paddock Mr. Williams

Mr. Fisher Mr. W. S. Paddock Mr. Woodbury

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