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The bill was then committed to a Committee of the whole Senate, and made the order of the day for this day.

On motion of Mr. M'Kaig, The Senate resolved itself into a Committee of whole on the Orders of the Day; and after some time spent therein the Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. Morris reported that the commitiee had, according to order, under consideration the bill to erect the county of Lucas, and report the same back with one amendment. The bill was then arpended by the Senate.

Mr. M'Mechan
Moved the postponement of the bill to the first Monday of Decem-
ber next.

The question being taken thereon,
It was decided in the negative-Yeas 5–Nays 26.

Those who voted in the affirrnative, were
Messrs. Anthony, Johnston, M'Mechan, Robinson and Steele_5.

Those who voted in the negative, were
Messrs. Alexander, Anderson, Atkinson, Blake, Hawkins, Hopkins,
Howard, Kendall, Lind, Lyman, M'Dowell, M'Kaig, Morris, Morse,
Newell, Osborn, Pilson, Ravenscroft, Shepler, Spangler, Taylor, Ving
cent, Vance, Yeo and Speaker--26.

On motion of Mr. M’Dowell,
The bill was recommitted to a Select committee of two.

The Speaker announced Messrs. M’Dowell and Lyman, said come mittee.

On motion of Mr. Walkc,
The Senate took a recess until 2 o'clock, P. M.

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Two o'clock, P. M.–Senate convened, pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. Walke, from the Committee of Enrolment,
Reported, That the committee had examined the resolution pro-
viding for adjournment, and find it correctly enrolled.
A message from the House of Representatives:

Mr. Speaker,
The Speaker of the House has signed the enrolled resolution, pro-
viding for adjournment; to which the signature of the Speaker of the
Senate is also requested.

Mr. McDowell, from the Select Committee to whom was referred the bill to erect the county of Lucas, reported the same back with one amendment.

The question then recurred on the engrossmentof the amendment,
Which was decided in the affirmative-Yeas 23, Nays 5.

Those who voted in the affirmative, were
Messrs. Alexander, Anderson, Atkinson, Blake, Hawkins, Hopkins
Howard, Kendall, Lind, Lyman, McDowell, McKaig, Morse, Newell,
Osborn, Ravenscroft, Shepler, Spangler, Taylor, Walke, Yeo and
Speaker-23.

Those who voted in the negative, were
Messrs. Anthony, McMechan, Robinson, Steele and Vincent-5.

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A message from the House of Representatives :

Mr. Speaker, The House have passed the bill sent down for concurrence, making an appropriation to defray the expenses of the extra session of the General Assembly for the year 1835, and for other purposes, with sundry amendinents, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.

The House have agreed to a resolution, authorizing the Secretary of State to employ the Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Representatives to perform certain duties, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.

The House have agreed to a resolution on the subject of the distribution of the Laws and Journals of this session; and

Resolution requiring the Governor to transmit to the President of the United States, &c. sundry documents therein named, with amendments, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.

The Senate took up the bill making appropriations to defray the ex penses of the extra session of the General Assembly, together with the amendments made by the House.

The question being taken on agreeing to the amendments made by the House,

It was decided in the affirmative.

The Senate took up the resolution authorizing the distribution of the Laws and Journals of this session of the General Assembly, together with the amendments made by the House.

The question being taken on agreeing to the amendments, It was decided in the affirmative.

The message of his Excellency the Governor, with the accompanying document from the Quartermaster General, was taken up, and ordered to be sent to the House of Representatives.

The constitutional rule was again dispensed with; and The bill erecting the county of Lucas was taken up and read a third time.

The question being taken on the final passage of the bill, It was decided in the affirmative.

The Senate took up the resolution requesting his Excellency the
Governor to tra: smit certain documents to the President of the United
States and Heads of Department of the General Government, &c. to-
gether with the amendments made by the House.
The question being taken on the amendments made by the House,

It was decided in the affirmative.
A message from the House of Representatives:

Mr. Speaker, The House have agreed to the amendment of the Senate, to the bill to erect the county of Lucas.

The House have agreed to the resolution on the subject of going into certain elections, with an amendment, in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.

The Senate took up the resolution providing for ertain elections on the 19th inst. with the amendments made by the House,

Mr. McKaig moved to amend the amendments, by striking out these words, to wit: “One Associate Judge for the county of Belmont."

The question being on agreeing to the an.endment to the amendment,
It was decided in the affirmative.
The question then recurred on agreeing to the resolution as amended,
Which was decided in the affirmative.

On motion of Mr. Osborn, Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the Paymaster General of the Ohio Militia be, and he is hereby, authorized to audit the accounts of John Walker, for cartouch boxes furnished the Statc, at the time that the Governor detailed a guard to the Commis sioners for running the Northern boundary line of this State, and certify the account; which shall be paid out of the appropriation made for the payment of the officers, and soldiers on that duty.

The question being taken thereon,
It was decided in the affirmative,
A message from the House of Representatives:

Mr. Speaker, The Speaker of the House has signed the enrolled resolution, for the payment of Daniel Kerr, for certain services; to which the signature of the Speaker of the Senate is also requested.

The House insist on their amendment to the resolution providing for going into certain elections on the 19th inst.

Mr. Newell Moved that the Senate recede from their amendment to the amendment of the House, io the resolution providing for elections on the 19th inst.

The question being'taken thereon,
It was decided in the affirmative-Yeas 15, Nays 13.

Those who voted in the affirmative, were Messrs. Anderson, Anthony, Hawkins, Howard, Kendall, Lind, Lyman, Morse, Newell, Osborn, Pilson, Steele, Walke, Yeo and Speaker-15.

Those who voted in the negative, were Messrs. Alexander, Aikinson, Blake, Hopkins, M’Dowell, M?Kaig, M'Mechan, Ravenscroft, Robinson, Shepler, Spangler, Vance and Vincent-13. A message from the House of Representatives:

Mr. Speaker, The Hall of the House of Representatives is now ready for the reception of the Senate, for the purpose of proceeding to elections under the resolution for that purpose.

The Senate then, preceded by their Speaker and Clerk, repaired to the Hall of the llouse of Represeаtatives, and being seated within the bar,

Both Houses then proceeded, by joint ballot, agreeably to a joint resolution for that purpose, to the election of one Associate Judge for the county of Hocking. And on the first ballot, David Johnson, had

61 votes.

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It appearing that Daniel Johnston had a majority of all the votes given, he was, by the Speaker of the Senate, in presence of both Houses, declared duly elected.

The two Houses proceeded in like manner, to ballot for one Associate Judge for the county of Union. On the first ballot, Stephen M'Lean, had

60 votes. Stephen M'Lean having a majority of all the votes given, was, by the Speaker of the Senate, in presence of both Houses, declared duly elected.

The two Houses then proceeded in like manner, to ballot for three Associate Judges for the county of Lucas. On the first ballot, it appeared that William Wilson, had

55 votes. Baxter Bowman,

56 J. H, Jerome,

56 They

having a majority of all the votes given, were, by the Speaker of the Senate, in presence of both Houses, declared to be duly elected.

The two Houses then proceeded to ballot for one Associate Judge
for tho county of Belmont.
On the first ballot, it appeared that
Hugh Rodgers, had

49 votes.
James Campbell,
Scattering,

4 It appearing that Hugh Rodgers had a majority of all the votes given, was, by the Speaker of the Senate, in presence of both Houses, declared duly elected. The Senate then returned to their Chamber.

On motion of Mr. Anthony,
The Senate adjourned until to-morrow morning, 4 o'clock.

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SATURDAY, June 20, 1835.

The Senate convened, pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. Walke, from the Committee of Enrolment, reported that said committee had examined, and found duly enrolled, the following bills and resolutions, to wit:

Atract making an appropriation to defray the expense of the extra session of the General Assembly for the year 1835, and for other purposes;

An act to erect the county of Lucas;

A resolution requiring the Governor to transmit to the President of the United States, &c. sundry documents therein named;

A resolution providing for the distribution of the Laws, Resolutions and Journals of the special session of the General Assembly of 1835;

A resolution authorizing the Secretary of State to employ the Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Representatives to perform certain du. ties;

A resolution for the payment of Daniel Kerr, for certain purposes. Message from the House of Representatives.

Mr. Speaker, The Speaker of the House has signed an enrolled bill, entitled “An act to erect the county of Lucas,” and a Resolution requiring the Governor to trans.nit to the President and Heads of Department of the General Government, a copy of his Message, &c. to which the signature of the Speaker of the Senate is also requested.

The House have agreed to a Resolution providing for the settlement of the account of John Walker, 1or cartouch boxes furnished the State.

The House have adopted a resolution expressing the opinion of this General Assembly on the subject of the admission of Michigan into the Union; in which they request the concurrence of the Senate.

The Senate took up the Resolution expressing the opinion of Ohio on the subject of the «dmission of Michigan into the Union. Mr. Hopkins moved that the resolution be indefinitely postponed.

The question being taken thereon,
It was decided in the affirmative-Yeas 19, Nays 10.

Those who voted in the affirmative, were
Messrs. Alexander, Atkinson, Blake, Hopkins, Kendall, Lyman, Mc-
Mechan, McKaig, Morse, Ravenscroft, Robinson, Shepler, Spangler,
Steele, Taylor, Vance, Vincent, Yeo and Speaker-19.

Those who voted in the negative, were Messrs. Anderson, Anthony, Hawkins, Howard, Lind, McDowell, Newell, Osborn, Pilson and Walke-10. Message from the House of Representatives:

Mr. Speaker, The Speaker of the House has signed an enrolled bill entitled "An act making an appropriation to defray the expenses of the extra session of the General Assembly," for the year 1835, and for other purposes; and a Resolution authorizing the Secretary of State to employ the Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Representatives to perform certain duties; to which the signature of the Speaker of the Senate is also requested.

The Speaker of the House has signed an enrolled Resolution authorizing the Paymaster General to audit the account of John Walker, for cartouch boxes furnished the State.

The House have finished their Legislative business and are now ready to adjourn without day.

Mr. Taylor, from the Joint Committee on Enrollment, Reported, That the Committee have deposited in the office of the Secretary of State, and taken his receipt for the following acts and resolutions, to wit:

An act further to amendan act, entitled “An act regulating the modo of taking the enumeration of the white male inhabitants above the age of twenty-one years,” passed January 10, A. D. 1827; An act to prevent the forcible abduction of the citizens of Ohio; An act to erect the county of Lucas;

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