Early State Papers of New Hampshire; Including the Constitution of 1784, Journals of the Senate and House of Represenatives, and Records of the President and Council from June 1784 to June [1793] with [Appendices] Volume 21

Early State Papers of New Hampshire; Including the Constitution of 1784, Journals of the Senate and House of Represenatives, and Records of the President and Council from June 1784 to June [1793] with [Appendices] Volume 21

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...same time solemnly declaring that in the Opinion of this House the present mode of appointing Electors ought not to be considered as Establishing a preceedent or drawn into example or insisted upon as a rule in any future appointment of Electors--on which the yeas and nays were 46 Yeas--11 Nays--So it passed in the afiirmative Votes came down from the Honb' Senate for concurrence appointing the Honb' Benjamin Bellows, John Pickering: Ebenezer Thompson, John Sullivan & John Parker Esquires lectors for this state--which votes were read and motion made to concur the Same--on which motion the yeas and nays were taken and are as follows (viz)--40 Yeas--19 Nays--So they were concurred--Sent up by M' Frink Adjourned to 9 o'Clock to morrow morning 13-531 The House met according to adjournment Voted that M' Torr be added to the Committee for casting Inventories--Sent up by M' Chamberlain The Committee on the Petition of Cap' Samuel Runnels reported that the said Runnels be allowed and paid for three months Service from the first day of Jan' 1779 to the last day of March 1779 in the same way and manner as other soldiers in the three years Service were paid, and that the President give orders accordingly Signed E Smith for the Committee which report being read and Considered voted that it be received and accepted--Sent up by M' Chamberlain Voted that the Electors within this State for a President and vice president of the United States, meet at Exeter on the day appointed by the Resolve of Congress for that purpose--Sent up by M' Chamberlain Agreably to the order of the day proceeded to a hearing on Petitions--Adjourned to 3 o'Clock P. M. Met accordingly--Proceeded to a hearing on...show more

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  • Paperback | 290 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 522g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236964136
  • 9781236964137