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The House of Representatives has concurred in the amendment of the Senate to the bill entitled,

An act respecting the northern boundary of the State.

The House of Representatives has passed the following bills:

An act to authorize George W. Hinkle and William C. Hinkle to erect a water mill on Big Blue river, in Jackson county.

An act to authorize Abraham Harris to erect a mill dam across the river One Hundred and Two.

An act to authorize the Auditor of Public Accounts to draw his warrant in favor of the clerk of Barry circuit court.

An act for the benefit of John C. Roberts and others.

An act for the relief of the heirs of Samuel Lackey, dec'd.

The President pro. tempore laid before the Senate the report of the commissioners of the Permanent seat of government.

The reading of which was dispensed with, and

On motion, it was referred to the committee on the permanent seat of gov

ernment.

Mr. Polk gave notice that he would on to-morrow, or some subsequent day, ask leave to introduce a bill to repeal the Charter of the Bank of the State of Missouri, by the consent of the private stock-holders of said bank.

Mr. Rawlins submitted the following:

Resolved, That the I curs of meeting of the Senate, shall hereafter be at 9 o' clock A. M., and 2 o'clock P. M,, unless otherwise ordered by the Senate. Which, under the rules lies one day on the table.

The Senate bill entitled:

An act explanatory of an act entitled, an act to provide for the call of a con

vention.

Was read a second time, and
On motion of Mr. Monroe,
Passed over for the present.
On motion of Mr. Massey,
The House bill entitled:

An act to authorize the Auditor of Public Accounts to draw his warrant in fa vor of the clerk of the Barry circuit court,

Was taken up and read a first time,

The rule suspended, read a second time, and

Ordered to a third reading to-morrow.

On motion of Mr. Polk,

The resolution offered by him in relation to sending the Sergeant-at-Arms after the Senators who are absent without leave,

Was taken up, and without any action had thereon,

Oa motion, the same was passed over for the present.

Mr. Rawlins from the committee on enrolled bills, reported as truly enrolled, Joint resolutions instructing our Senators in Congress in relation to the an nexation of Texas.

The House bill entitled,

An act for the relief of John C. Roberts and others,

Was read a first time, the rule suspended, and

Read a second and third time snd passed.

The following House bills were severally read a first time, and ordered to a second reading.

An act to authorise Abraham Harris to erect a mill dam across the river One Hundred and Two.

An act to authorise Geo. W. Hinkle and William C. Hinkle to erect a water mill on Big Blue river, in Jackson county.

An act for the relief of Samuel Lackey, deceased.

The following were severally read a second time, and ordered to a third read

ing:

An act to repeal an act concerning strays in Jefferson county.

An act for the relief of Nathaniel Harmon.

An act for the benefit of the minor heirs of Thomas Wright, deceased, late of

St. Louis county.

An act concerning notaries public.

An act concerning oaths and affirmations, and

An act concerning salt petre works.

The following House bills were severally read a second time, and
On motion of Mr. Monroe,

Referred to the committee on ways and means.

An act for the relief of W. J. Tutt, collector of Morgan county.
An act for the relief of Preston Mullineaux.

The following were severally read a second time and disposed of as follows: An act to establish a state road from John Warrens, in Jefferson county, to Jackson, in Cape Girardeau county.

Referred to a select committee composed of Messrs. Snyder, Polk and Hudspeth.

An act to establish a state road between Weston and St. Josephs.

Referred to a select committee composed of Messrs. Thompson, Blythe and Johnson.

An act for repairing the capitol,

Referred to the committee on the permanent seat of government.

The following was read a second time,

A bill authorising Hoard Roberts to become guardian for his children.
On motion of Mr. Reese,

The rule was suspended, and

The bill read a third time and passed.

The following was read a third time and passed,

An act authorising Edward Berry to build a mill dam on South Grand river. The House bill entitled,

An act to repeal an act to provide for the sale of land for the taxes, approved February 27, 1843,

Which had been returned to the Senate with an amendment to the Senate's amendment,

Which was taken up. and

On motion of Mr. Thompson,
Laid on the table.

On motion of Mr. Boggs,

Resolved, That the House of Representatives be requested to furnish the Senate with the petition, remonstrance, and other papers in the possession of the House of Representatives, relating to the bill from the House authorizing G. W. Hinkle and William C. Hinkle to erect a mill dam across Big Blue river in Jackson county.

Mr. Reese moved to adjourn.

Which was negatived.

On motion of Mr. Ellis, the Senate bill entitled,

An act for the relief of W. W. Compton,

Was taken up and recommitted to the committee on claims.

Mr. Anderson moved to adjourn, which was negatived.

Mr. Anderson moved a call of the House, which was negatived.

On motion of Mr. Monroe, the Senate resolved itself into committee of the whole-Mr. Monroe in the chair,

And without transacting any business, the committee rose, and

On motion of Mr. Massey,

The Senate adjourned until to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock, A. M.

TUESDAY MORNING, Dec. 31, 1844.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

On motion of Mr. Rawlins,

A call of the House was ordered.

The roll being called,

Messrs. Acock, Anderson, Blythe, Boggs, Ellis, Harper, Massey, Miller, Monroe, Netherton O'Bryan, Polk, Rawlins, Reese, Snyder, Thompson and Welborn-17,

Severally answered to their names.

Absent-Messrs. Calhoun, Fort, Johnson, Mills and Shelton.

Absent with leave-Messrs. Campbell, Gentry, Hancock, Harris, Hudspeth, Lucas, Powers, Snell and Wolfskill.

Absent on the tobacco warehouse committee-Messrs. Detchemendy and Jones.

On motion all further proceedings under the call were dispensed with.
Mr. Harper, on leave of the Senate, introduced a bill entitled,

An act for the relief of William Sitton, late collector of Lincoln county.
Which was read a first time, the rule suspended,

Read a second time, and

Referred to the committee of ways and means.

Mr. Polk, on leave of the Senate, introduced a bill entitled,

An act to repeal an act respecting the 14th judicial circuit.
Which was read a first time, the rule suspended,

Read a second time, ordered to be engrossed, and

Ordered to a third reading.

Mr. Massey submitted the following resolution:

Resolved, That the committee on the judiciary be instructed to report to the Senate, translations in English, of all the terms now upon the statute book, expressed in foreign, dead, or barbarous dialects or languages.

Mr. Boggs moved to amend as follows:

Insert between the words "English" and "of" in the 3d line of the resolution, the words "German and French."

Which was rejected by the following vote:

Yeas.-Messrs. Acock, Anderson, Blythe, Boggs-.

Nays-Messrs. Ellis, Harper, Massey, Miller, Monroe, Netherton, O'Bryan, Polk, Rawlins, Reese, Snyder, Thompson and Welborn-13.

Absent, Messrs. Calhoun, Fort, Johnson, Mills, and Shelton.

Absent with leave, Messrs. Campbell, Gentry, Hancock, Harris, Hudspeth, Lucas, Powers, Snell and Wolfskill.

Absent on the Tobacco Warehouse committee, Messrs. Detchemendy, and Jones.

Mr. Anderson offered the following substitute:

Ordered, by the Senate, That the committee on revision be required to furnish a glosary of the Latin or law terms, used in the statutes of Missouri, defining in plain language, the meaning of such terms, and that the same be added to the revised code.

Which was, on leave of the Senate, withdrawn.

Mr Monroe offered the following substitute:

Resolved, by the Senate, if concurred in by the House of Representatives:

That the joint committee on revision be instructed to make out a glossary,

explanatory of the technical terms used in the revised laws of the present session, which shall be appended to and published with the revised code.

Which was read, and

The rule requiring concurrent resolutions to lie on the table one day, being suspended, the substitute was adopted.

The question then recurred on the adoption of the resolution as amended, and and was determined in the affirmative by the following vote.

Yeas.--Messrs. Acock, Anderson, Blythe, Boggs, Harper, Miller, Monroe, O'Bryan, Reese, Snyder, Thompson and Welborn-12.

Nays-Messrs. Ellis, Massey, Polk and Rawlins--5.

Absent and sick, same as above.

Mr. Monroe, on leave of the Senate, introduced a bill entitled:

An act to authorize the sale of the real estate belonging to the minor heis of Sarah M. Brooks.

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Which was read a first time, the rule suspended,,

Read a second time, ordered to be engrossed, and

Ordered to be read a third time.

On motion the Senate adjourned until to morrow morning 10 o'clock,

WEDNESDAY MORNING, January 1, 1845.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. Blythe presented the petition of Michael Farmin, praying for permission to peddle without license.

The reading was dispensed with and the petition was referred to the committee of ways and means.

Mr. Monroe, from the committee of ways and means, to whom was referred a bill entitled:

An act for the relief of William Sitton, late collector of Lincoln county,
Reported it back with an amendment.

The report and amendment were read and agreed to,

The accompanying bill was read a third time and passed as amended.

Mr Snyder, on leave of the Senate, introduced a bill entitled,

An act to provide for opening a state road,

Which was read a first time and ordered to a second reading.

On motion of Mr. Snyder.

Resolved, by the Senate, That one thousand copies of the abstract of the census be ordered to be printed for the use of the Senate.

Mr. Ellis, from the committce on engrossed bills, reported as truly engrossed,

bills of the following titles.

An act to repeal an act respecting the 14th judicial circuit.

An act to provide for erecting county buildings.

An act to authorise the sale of the real estate belonging to the minor heirs of of Sarah M. Brooks.

The following House bills were severally read a second time, and disposed of as follows:

An act for the relief of the heirs of Samuel Lackey, deceased,

Ordered to a third reading.

An act to authorise George W. Hinkle and William C. Hinkle, to erect a wa

ter mill on Big Blue river, in Jackson county.

Referred to a select committee, composed of Messrs. Boggs, Johnson and Cal houn.

The House bill ent'tled,

An act to authorize Abraham Harris to erect a mill dam across the river One Hundred and Two,

Was read a second time, the rule suspended and

Read a third time and passed.

The following Senate bills were read a third time and passed:

An act to provide for erecting county buildings.

An act to repeal an act respecting the 14th judicial circuit.

The following House bills were read a third time and passed:

An act for the benefit of the minor heirs of Thomas Wright, deceased, late of

St. Louis county.

An act to authorise the Auditor of Public Accounts to draw his warrant in favor of the clerk of the Barry circuit court.

An act concerning notaries public.

An act concerning salt petre works,

An act concerning oaths and affirmations.

The following House bills were severally taken up, and laid on the table until the 4th of July next:

An act for the relief of G. W. Taylor. collector of Buchanan county.

An act for the relief of the collector of Cape Girardeau county.

The following were severally read a third time and disposed of as follows:

An act for the relief of Nathaniel Harmon-passed over.

An act to repeal an act concerning strays in Jefferson county, approved Feb.

ruary 25, 1843-passed over till Monday next.

Mr. Massey moved that the Senate resolve itself into a committee of the whole,

Which was negatived, and

On motion of Mr. Monroe,

The Senate took a reccss till 12 o'clock.

At 12 o'clock the Senate re-assembled.

The Senate bill entitled,

An act to authorize the sale of real estate, belonging to the minor heirs of Sarah M. Brooks.

Was read a third time and passed.

On motion, the Senate adjourned until to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.

THURSDAY MORNING, January 2, 1845.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. Thompson presented the petition of sundry citizens of Buchanan county, praying that the county road leading from Weston to St. Josephs by way of Linville, may be made a state road.

Which was referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Thompson, Blythe and Johnson.

Mr. Massey, from the committee on the militia, to whom was referred a rcsolution of the Senate, instructing them to enquire into the expediency of erecting a suitable building for the safe keeping and preservation of the state arms, Reported, That they had had the same under consideration, had examined the

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