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That the Senate now meet the House of Representatives in convention.

On the question" Will the Senate now meet the House of Representatives in convention."

It was determined in the negative.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Chadwick their clerk.

"Mr. President,

The House of Representatives have passed a joint resolution adopting joint rules for the government of both branches of the Legislature for the present session, or until others may be adopted, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate. "

And he withdrew.

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The joint resolution last received from the House of Representatives was read, and is as follows;

Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives in Gen eral Court convened, that the joint rules of the Senate and House of Representatives, for 1827, be adopted as the joint rules of both branches of the Legislature for the present session, or until others may be adopted.

On motion of Mr. Plumer,

Resolved, that the Senate, do concur in passing said resolution.

Ordered, that the clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly,

On motion of Mr. Wallace,

Resolved, that the Senate will now meet the House of Representatives in convention.

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The Senate and House of Representatives being met in convention in the Representatives Hall, the Secretary came in and laid before the convention the record of the votes for Senators, returned from the several senatorial Districts in this State, from which it appeared that the following named

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and that in District number six, no election has been made by the people, and that the Hon. Daniel Hoit and Ezekiel Wentworth, Esq. are the two highest candidates.

On motion of Mr. Bartlett, of the Senate,

The Convention proceeded, by ballot, to elect a Senator to fill the vacancy in District number six, and the Hon. Daniel Hoit was elected.

The Secretary then laid before the Convention the returns of votes for Governor from the several towns and places in this State, which were opened, read and recorded.

On motion of Mr. Parsons, of the Senate,

Resolved, that a committee be appointed to examine the returns of votes for Governor, compare them with the record, cast the number and report thereon to the convention.

Ordered, that Mr. Parsons of the Senate, Messrs. Lane of Candia, Walker of Gilford, Kent of Concord, and Whitte. more of Greenfield, of the House of Representatives, be said committee.

On motion of Mr. Steele, of the Senate,

The Convention rose and the Senate returned to their chamber.

IN SENATE.

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Chadwick, their clerk.

"Mr. President,

The House of Representatives have passed a joint resolution, appointing a committee to join such committee as may be appointed on the part of the Senate, to report the order of proceedings to be observed in the public performances to-morrow, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate."

And he withdrew.

On motion of Mr. Wallace,

Resolved, that the senate do concur in the appointment of a committee on their part, agreeably to the resolution last received from the House of Representatives.

Ordered, that Mr. Poole and Mr. Steele be the committee on the part of the Senate.

On motion of Mr. Plumer,

The Senate adjourned.

THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1828.

On motion of Mr. Plumer,

Resolved, that the President of the Senate be requested to notify the Hon. Daniel Hoit of his election as Senator for the sixth Senatorial district.

A Message from His Excellency the Governor, by Mr. Bartlett, the Secretary.

"Mr. President,

I am directed by His Excellency the Governor to introduce to the Senate the Hon. Daniel Hoit, who has taken and subscribed the oath of office as Senator, agreeably to the provisions of the constitution, for district number six. "

Whereupon the Hon. Daniel Hoit was introduced to the Senate and took his seat.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Chadwick, their clerk.

"Mr. President,

I am directed to inform the Senate, that the House of Rep resentatives have adopted the report of the joint committee which was instructed to report the order of proceedings to be observed in the public performances this day, in which they request the concurrence of the Sénate."

And he withdrew.

The report last received from the House of Representatives was read, and is as follows:

That the procession shall form precisely at eleven o'clock, in front of the capitol, in the following order: .

1. Music.

2. Committee of Arrangements.

3. His Excellency the Governor, his aids, and the Honorable Council.

4. Secretary, Treasurer, Adjutant General and Warden of the State Prison.

5. Preacher of the day and President of Dartmouth College.

6. Reverend Clergy.

7. Officers of Dartmouth College and other Colleges. 8. Governors of other States and Territories.

9. Senators and Representatives of the United States. 10. Officers of the United States, civil and Military. 11. Judges of the Superior Court and other courts in this State, and sheriffs of the counties.

12. Judges of the United States courts and Judges of other courts of record in other states.

13. The President of the Senate, the Hon. Senate and their clerks.

14. The Speaker of the House of Representatives, the members four deep and their clerks.

That the following named gentlemen officiate as Marshals

of the day :

Messrs.

Read, of Amherst,

Sherburne, of Portsmouth,

Stark, of Conway,

'Adams, of Dublin,

Russell, of Plymouth,'
Kent, of Concord,

Richards, of Claremont,

Gilman, of Tamworth,

Kenrick, of Lebanon.

On motion of Mr. Burgin,

Resolved, that the Senate do concur with the House of Representatives in adopting said report.

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Lane, of Candia.

"Mr. President,—

I am directed to inform the Senate, that the House of Representatives are now ready to meet the Senate in convention for the purpose of proceeding in the elections agreeably to the provisions of the constitution."

And he withdrew.

On motion of Mr. Steele,

Resolved, that the Senate will now meet the House of Representatives in convention.

CONVENTION.

The Senate and House of Representatives being met in convention in the Representatives Hall, for the purpose of proceeding in the elections agreeably to the provisions of the .constitution,

Mr. Parsons of the Senate, from the joint committee which was directed to examine the returns of votes for Governor, compare them with the record and cast the number, reported :

That the whole number of votes which the committee consider legally returned, is 39,897

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