Senate Journal 1825 (30-318504-P103A.pdf)
[Left margin: 1825 February 15.
for concurrence; and was read & concurred.
Petition of Elijah Wood & als. for a revision of the law relating to schools,” committed in the House to the committee on New Trials, came up for concurrence: Read and concurred.
[Left margin: Committee on the subject of recess & place where the next Legislature shall convene]
On motion of Mr. Southwick,
Ordered that Messrs. Southwick and Dunn, with such as the House may join, be a committee to take into consideration the time when the Legislature may have a recess, also the place where the next Legislature shall convene; with leave to report by Bill or otherwise: sent down for concurrence: concurred, and Messrs. Russell, Mr. Crillis and Flint were joined.
[Left margin: Resolve]
Resolve for the admission of Ephraim H. Lombard to practice law in the Court of Common Pleas,” passed to be engrossed in the House, came up for concurrence, and was read once and committed to Messrs. Stebbins, Dunlap and Lord.
[Left margin: Order on adjournment]
Ordered that when the Senate do adjourn, they adjourn to half past nine oclock tomorrow morrow morning; and
that a message be sent to the House informing them to the same.
[Left margin: Bill]
Bill to repeal an Act to establish Courts of Sessions, and for establishing Courts of Sessions,” was read again and passed to be engrossed with an amendment: sent down for concurrence.
Mr. Ripley from the committee on engrossed Bills, re-[?]
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Description: The journal of the Senate documents the proceedings in the chamber, including actions taken on bills, petitions and reports from committees read, and votes taken. The journals are not transcripts and therefore do not include floor speeches that are found in the modern Legislative Records.
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