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HONOR A B LE SENATE,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1832. This being the day prescribed by the Constitution for the General Court of New Hampshire to assemble, His Excellency the Governor and the Honorable Council came into the Senate Chamber, and the following named gentlemen, elected as Senators, took and subscribed the oath of office, agreeably to the provisions of the constitution, viz. From District No. 1, Hon. Daniel P. Drown,
No. 2, Hon. Bradbury Bartlett,
No. 12, Hon. Jared W. Williams. His Excellency the Governor and the Honorable Council then withdrew.
The Senate was called to order by the Clerk.
The Senate proceeded to the choice of a Chairman, and Mr. Burns was elected, and took the choir accordingly. On motion by Mr. Jackson
The Senate proceeded to the choice of a President, and the Hon. Benning M. Bean was elected.
Mr. Bean addressed the Senate, manifesting his acceptance of the office, and took the chair.
On motion by Mr. Burns
The Senate proceeded to the choice of a Clerk, and Charles G. Atherton was elected.
On motion by Mr. HandersonThe Senate proceeded to the choice of an Assistant Clerk, and John Whipple was elected.
Charles G. Atherton and John Whipple appeared and were sworn to the faithful discharge of the duties of their several offices.
On motion by Mr. Whittemore
The Senate proceeded to the choice of a Door-keeper, and Jacob Tyler was elected. On motion by Mr. Whittemore
Ordered, That the Assistant Clerk notify Jacob Tyler of his election to the office of Door-keeper.
On motion by Mr. Carr
Ordered, That the Clerk notify the House of Representatives that the Senate have assembled, have chosen their constitutional officers, and are ready to proceed to the business of the session.
On motion by Mr. Handerson
Resolved, That the times to which the Senate shall adjourn, shall be ten o'clock in the forenoon and three o'clock in the afternoon, until otherwise ordered.
On motion by Mr. Williams
Resolved, That the rules and regulations of the Senate for the last year be adopted as the rules and regulations of the Senate for the present year, or until otherwise ordered.
A message from the House of Representatives by their Clerk.
“ Mr. President-I am directed to inform the Honorable Senate that the House of Representatives have assembled, and chosen the Hon. Franklin Pierce Speaker, James Clark Clerk, and Horace Chase Assistant Clerk, and are ready to proceed to the business of the session." And he withdrew. On motion by Mr. Jackson
The Senate adjourned.
Met according to adjournment.
“Mr. President-The House of Representatives have passed a resolution that the joint rules of the two branches of the legislature for the last year be adopted for the present session, or until others be adopted.
Also a resolution appointing Messrs. Biscoe, Sanborn and Graves of Brentwood with such as the Senate may join, a committee to wait on