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OF THE

SE NA TE

OF THE

FIFTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE

STATE OF ILLINOIS,

AT THEIR REGULAR SESSION, BEGUN AND HELD AT SPRINGFIELD,

DECEMBER 7, 1846.

SPRINGFIELD:
Gcoran R. WEBER, POBLIC PRINTER.

1846.

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LIBRARIOS

266892 MARCH 1930

JOURNAL OF THE SENATE.

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At a General Assembly of the State of Illinois, begun and held at Springfield, on Monday, the seventh day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and torty six, being the first session of the fiste coth General Assembly of said State,

The Hon. John Moore, Licutenant Governor of said State, appeared, took the Chair, and called the Senate to order.

Whereupon, the following members appeared and took their seats, viz:
From the counties of Will, Du Page and Iroquois-JOEL A. MATTESON.
Cass and Scoli-Tuomas M. KıllPATRICK.
Grcenc and Calhoun-AlFRED W, CavaRLY.
St. Clair-SeTh Catlin.
McDonough, Warren and Henderson-WILLIAM MCMILLAN.
Adams and Marquette-Jacob Smith.
Tazwell, Putnam, Marshall, and a part of Woodford-Robert Boal.
McLean, Livingston, Macon, Piatt and De Witt-George W. POWERS.
Shelby and Moultric-Peter Warren.
Morgan-Join Henry.
Sangamon--NINIAN W. EDWARDS.
Fulion-David MARKLEY.
Franklin, Williamson and Jackson-WILLIS ALLEN.
Wavne, Edwards and Wabash-CHARLES H. ConstaBLE.
White-Edwin B. WEBB.
Randolph and Monroc-JOSEPI MORRISON.

On motion of Mr. Dougherly,
Henry W. Moore was appointed Secretary, pro tem.

On motion of Mr. Cavarly,
Nelson 1). Elwood was appointed Assistant Secretary, pro. tem.

On motion of Mr. Constable,
William C. Murphy was appointed Sergeant-at-arms, pro tem.

The following gentlemen appeared, presented certificates of their election in the present General Assembly, were qualified, and took their seats, viz :

From the counties of Kane, McHenry, Boone and De Kalb-ELIJAN Wilcox.

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