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+Silas M, Stillwell, do.
do. *Charles Woodworth, Elba. Nathaniel Jarvis, do. Stephen Griswold, Stafford.
do. *Robert Earll, jr. Attica.
Isaac L. Varian
*Henry Norton, Lockport. John J. Brandow, Coxsackie.
#Arnon Comstock, Western.
David Moulton, Floyd.
Reuben Bettis, Camden.
Elisha Litchfield, Pompey.
-Thomas J. Gilbert, Manlius. tCoe S. Downing, Brooklyn.
Jared H. Parker, Onondaga.
*John C. Spencer, Canandaigon Livingston.
*Thomas Ottly, Seneca. *James Percival, Geneseo.
*Samuel L. Rawson, Victor.
James Hulse, Minisins.
Edward Blake, Montgoinery:
Robert Fowler, Monroe.
*+John H. Tyler, Yates.
Oswego. *Peter Price, Rush.
Joel Turrill, Oswego.
Schuyler Crippen, Worcester.
Peter Collier, Colliersville.
Bennet Boyd, Kent.
**Thomas Tredwell, Hempstead Charles L. Livingston, do.
Rensselaer. +Dennis M'Carthy,
do. *George R. Davis, Trov.
biciary- Robinson, Crippen, Potter, Cileges
, &c.-Morehouse, Curtis, Bu Cainis-J. C. Spencer, Bigelow, Cole Inde and Manufactures - Bogart, We
diens-Cargill, Thorn, Hagar, Conkl Privileges and Elections-Yan Bure
, J. Benton, Har: griculture-Gilchrist
, Pine, Howard Ligion and Charitable Incorporat
1,J. E. Townsend, Eckerson. Cuties and Villages – Ostrander, Mape
less and Bridges –Fowler, Juliand, bgrossed Bills–Jermain, Van Bure bars and Counties—Remer, Hulse, Palie Lands—Sprague, Whitman, H Empiring Laws--Thorn, Halsey, Earl, Canals –Edmonds, Robinson, Turrell, Sate Prison-Livingston, Downing, Blitia–Myers
, Worthington, Weed, bians-Turrell
, Parks, Shepherd, S. 93-Gansevoort, Bogart, Litchfield, Metical Societies and Colleges-- Trow
In Third Bills --Fillmore, Gilbert, I
Select Committees on the G prisonment for Debt--Stilwell, 1
for Laws and Insane Paupers—P angend, Price. Catroversy between this State and N & Cooke, Hosford, Woodruff.
bhaction of Morgan--Otis, Jermain, Surviving Officers and Soldiers of the - Gilbert, Woodworth. Kruse of Refuge and Marine Hose witson, Brown.
Judiciary- Robinson, Crippen, Potter, Gardner, P. C. Cooke.
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gston. -, New Pals 71. Warrensburg ton. Hebron.
White Cra Ann, ze. len. 2. Estcr. Peekskill S. edford 3.
Aliens-Cargill, Thorn, Hagar, Conklin, Eddy.
Grievances--Birdsall, J. Benton, Harris, Conklin, Manchester.
Cities and Villages -- Ostrander, Mapes, Lawyer, Elbridge, Ashley
Medical Societies and Colleges - Trowbridge, Harrison, Clark, Hool
Select Committees on the Governor's Message.
Controversy between this State and New Jersey-M'Dowell, Down
4 bills appropriating money for the
shall be confined to that purp
Whenever there shall be a ballo f die result shall be certified by the pres vite assembly, and shall be reported b inse to their respective houses, and be 21 shall be communicated to the gov
SENATE AND ASSEMBLY.
with. No bill that shall have passed aurence to the other, on either of the
JUDICIAL DEP United States' Courts within t||
CIRCUIT CA Winted. Name. Res! 1823
Smith Thompson, New STATED Terms.–At New York on 1,July
, and October. Special sessid sretion of the Court for the trial
Ist. Each house shall transmit to the other all papers. on which any bill or resolution shall be founded.
2d. When a bill or resolution which shall have passed in one house, is rejected in the other, notice thereof shall be given to the house in which the same may have passed.
3d. Messages from one house to the other, shall be communicated by the respective clerks of each house, unless the house transmitting the message shall especially direct otherwise.
4th. It shall be in the power of either house to amend any amendment made by the other, to any bill or resolution.
5th. In every case of a difference between the two houses upon any subject of legislation, either house may request a conference, and ap. point a committee for that purpose, and the other shall also appoint a committee to confer. The committees shall meet at such hour and place as shall be agreed upon by their chairman, and state to each other, verbally, or in writing, as either shall choose, the reasons of their respective houses, and confer freely thereon. And they shall be authorised to report to their respective houses, such modifications or amendments aš they may think advisable.
6th, It shall be in order for either house to recede froin any subject matter of difference subsisting between the two houses at any time previous to conference, whether the papers on which such difference has arisen are before the house receding, formally or informally, and that a' majority shall govern, except in those cases where two-thirds are required by the constitution; and the question having been put and lost, shall not be again put on the same day, and the reconsideration thereof shall in other respects be regulated by the rules of the respective houses.
7th. After each house shall have adhered to their disagreement, the bill which is the subject of difference, shall be deemed lost, and shall not be again revived during the same session in either house.
Sth. The same bill shall not create, renew or continue more than one incorporation, nor contain any provisions in relation to the altering of more than one act of incorporation, nor shall the same bill appropriate he public money or property to more than one local or private purpose.
Southern I painted Names. Resic 1827 Samuel R. Betts, New
James A Hamilton 1827 Frederic J. Betts, 1826 Thomas Morris, STATED TERMS.-At New York Kay, August
, and November The Act of Congress appproved edition to the Stated Terms, there
New York, a session of the district id suits in equity, commencing on
And bills appropriating money for the payment of the officers ernment, shall be confined to that purpose exclusively.
9th. Whenever there shall be a ballot for officers by the two the result shall be certified by the president of the senate and of the assembly, and shall be reported by the presiding officer house to their respective houses, and be entered on the journals and shall be communicated to the governor by the clerks of houses.
10th. No bill that shall have passed one house, shall be sent 1 currence to the other, on either of the two last days of the sessi
on which w
in one hous the house is
amunicated bi Eingmitting the
3sc3 upon any rence, and a also appoint a
1823 Smith Thompson, New York, Judge STATED TERMS.–At New York on the last Mondays of Fel May, July, and October. Special sessions may also be ordered discretion of the Court for the trial of criminal causes or su Cquity.
-uch hour and
to each other, s of their res.
be authorised i amendment
Residence. Office. Salu 1827 Samuel R. Betts, New York, Judge, $3,5 '1829 James A Hamilton, do. Attorney, 20 1827 Frederic J. Betts,
Clerk, 1826 Thomas Morris, do.
Marshal, STATED TERDIS.-At New York on the first Tuesdays of Fe May, August, and November.
The Act of Congress appproved May 29th, 1830, provides addition to the Stated Terms, there shall be held monthly in the New York, a session of the district court for the triat of criminal and suits in equity, commencing on the first Tuesday of sach m
ost, and shal