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An act empowering the Supreme Court to Grant a New Tryal to Jacob Sherwin, having passed the General Assembly was read and concurred, with amendments.

An act annexing part of Alburgh to the Town of Highgate, having passed the General Assembly was read and concurred.

Adjourned to 2 °Clock P. M.
Met according to adjournment.

An act Granting to Frye Bayley Esq". £12 4 0, having passed the General Assembly was read & Concurred.

An acct. exhibitted by Levi Allen for going to Quebec express by order of Governor Chittenden, having been read and committed by the House to Messrs. Olin, Lynde & Harvey to join a Committee of Council, Resolved that Mr. Porter join said Committee.

A bill from the House was rec'd appointing Messrs. Shumway, J. Robinson, and Weld to be a Committee to join a Committee of Council, to take under consideration the situation of the society lands, and make report-Resolved that M". Strong join said Committee.

A bill from the House was rec'd appointing Messrs. Hitchcock, Farrand, and E. Sheldon, to join a Committee of Council to Enquire into the situation of the Lands in Londondary in the County of Windham, state facts and make report-Resolved that Mr. Safford join said Committee.

Adjourned until 9 oClock Tomorrow Morning.

FRIDAY 2d Novr. 1792. Met according to adjournment. Present His Excellency Govr. Chittenden, his honor Lt. Governor Olcott and the members of the Honble. Council as yesterday.

His Excellency the Governor & Council joined the House in Grand Committee for the purpose of choosing Electors. The Ballots being taken, Samuel Hitchcock, Lott Hall, Lemuel Chipman, and Paul Brigham Esquires was declared to be duly Elected, for the purpose of Electing a President & Vice President of the United States.

An act repealling an act Entituled an act to secure to Daniel Marsh the possession of a Certain Farm &c., having passed the General Assembly was read & Concurred.

An act laying a Tax of 2d half penny on the pound throughout this State, having passed the General Assembly was read and Concurred.

Adjourned to 2 °Clock P. M.
Met according to adjournment.

An act in addition to an act entituled an act Directing proceedings against Forcible Entry and Detainer, having passed the Council, was ordered to be sent to the General Assembly to be passed into a Law of this State.

Adjourned to 9 oClock Tomorrow.

SATURDAY 30 November 1792. Met according to adjournment. Present the Governor, L. Governor & Council as yesterday.

Resolved that the second Wednesday in April next be and is hereby appointed and set apart as a day of public Humiliation & prayer throughout this state, and that his Excellency the Governor be and is hereby requested to Issue his Proclamation accordingly.

An [act) directing the times when the Several County Courts shall be holden within this State, having passed the Council was directed to be sent to the General Assembly to be passed into a Law of this State.

Adjourned to 2 °Clock P. M.
Met according to adjournment and adjourned to 9 °Clock Monday next.

MONDAY 5 November 1792. Met according to adjournment. Present His Excellency the Governor and his honor the L. Governor and the following members of the Honble. Council vizt. John Fassett Thomas Porter Samuel Safford John Strong Jonathan Arnold Ebenezer Marvin Paul Brigham. Jos. Fay Secy. Jona Bell Sherriff.

On application of John Kelly Esquire for a Charter of Incorporation of 12,000 acres of Land adjoining to Carthage [Jay,] Dunkensboro [Newport,] Coventry, & Land Chartered to the said John Kelly in the year 1791–the Resolution of the General Assembly making a Grant and directing the Governor & Council to Issue a Charter, together with a rect. from the Treasurer and a Survey from the Surveyor General, being produced, whereupon Resolved that the Governor be & he is hereby requested to Issue said Charter, to be dated the 30th of October 1792, being the day the Granting fees was paid.

An act dividing Orange and Chittenden Counties, & Erecting four new ones, was read & Concurred with the amendments following vizt, that in Lieu of Organizing in the year 1793 tbat 95 & 96 be inserted, and that the name of York be that of Franklin.

Adjourned to 2 °Clock P. M.
Met according to adjournment, and Adjourned to 9°Clock Tomorrow.

TUESDAY 6 November 1792. Met according to adjournment. Present His Excellency Governor Chittenden, his honor Lt. Governor Olcott & the following members of the Honble. Council vizt John Fassett Thomas Porter Samuel Safford John Strong Jonathan Arnold Ebenezer Marvin Paul Brigham. Joseph Fay Secy. Jonathan Bell Sherrijf.

Å bill from the House was rec'd appointing a Committee to join a Committee of Council to report what ought to be done with the Continental Money in the Treasury; Resolved that Mr. Safford join sd Committee.

A act appointing Commissioners to assertain and Establish the boundary line between the State of New Hampshire & the State of Vermont having passed the General Assembly was read & concurred.

An act Enabling the first society in Dorset to Tax themselves passed & Concurred.

An act affixing a place for the meeting of the Electors of President & Vice Prest of the United States of America having passed the House was read & Concurred.

An act restoring Robert Nicolds [Nichols] to the priviledge of Law read and Concurred.

An act appointing Nathaniel Stoughton and Thomas Prentis Managers to the Second Class of Weathersfield Lottery for Erecting a Brewery, read and Concurred.

An act Granting relief to Two native Indians read & Concurred.
Adjourned to 2 °Clock P. M.

Met according to adjournment.

An act In addition to an Act Intituled an Act regulating processes & proceedings in civil causes, read and Concurred.

An act in addition to and amendment of an Act defining the powers of justices of the Peace within this State & prohibiting writs of Certiorari -passed, read & concurred-with amendments.

An Act In addition to the Act regulating Civil processes & for appointing Clerks to the Supreme Court, having passed the General Assembly was read and Concurred with this amendment viz' that this act continue in force for two years from the rising of this Assembly & no longer.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny on the pound in the County of Chittenden passed, read & Concurred.

An act Establishing a jurisdictional Line between the Towns of Hancock & Rochester read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny p" acre in Wilmington read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny p" acre in Marlboro read & Concurred.

An act Ratifying the Division of the town of Rutland by & between the proprietors thereot having passed the House was read & Concurred.

An act releasing the Town of Alburgh from State Taxes the present year, having passed the House was read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny př. acre in Huntsburgh [Franklin] read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny p" acre in Greensboro' read & Concurred.

Adjourned to 9 °Clock Tomorrow.

WEDNESDAY 7th. November 1792. Met according to adjournment. Present as yesterday.

An act Granting a Tax of a half penuy in Craftsbury, two pence in Kellyvale (Lowell] and one penny in Montgomery was read & Concurred.

An act in addition to and alteration of an act Granting to Jabez Rogers of Middlebury leave to raise £1,200 by Lottery was read and concurred.

An act adding Jabez Barlow and Nathan Gilbert to the Committee of a Road Tax in Smithfield [part of Fairfield,] having passed the House was read and Concurred. Adjourned to 2 °Clock P. M.

Met according to adjournment.] Upon a Representation of the judges of the County Court for the County of Rutland, that in their opinion it would be of public Utility to relinquish the fines laid on a number of persons in said County by the Supreme Court in August 1787 for Riotous conduct,-- Therefore Resolved that all and every one of the said persons fined as aforesaid shall be discharged from the payment of sd. fines on their paying their equal proportion of the fines paid by Captain Daniels, excepting his equal proportion.—That the State's Attorney for said County be & he is hereby directed to discharge each of said persons on procuring a discharge from said Captain Daniels that they have paid their proportion of their fine aforesaid, which he is to avarage according to their respective fines.

An act directing the Time for holding County Courts read & Concurred.

An act in addition to an act regulating fees read & Concurred.
An act for Mending & Clearing highways read & Concurred.

An act to prevent the Growth and Spreading of the Canada Thistle read and Concurred.

Adjourned to 9 °Clock Tomorrow.

THURSDAY 8 November 1792. Met according to adjournment. Present as yesterday.

Resolved that the Honble. Samuel Safford be & he is hereby directed to Call on the Treasurer for the money due on the Debenture for the present Session, & to Rect the Same in behalf of the Le Governor & Council.

An act making addition to the Committees on the Land Tax in Woodbury and Hardwick read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny pr. acre in Richford read and Concurred.

An act Granting a penny Tax in Chittenden read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny pracre in Pittsfield read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny př. acre in Montpeliar read and concurred.

An act Granting a Tax on Holland, Caldersburgh (Morgan,] Wenlock & Brunswick read and Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of 2d pr. acre in St. George read & Concurred.

An act for the purpose of Raising by Lottery three hundred pounds to build a Bridge over the river La Moil in Milton read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of 20 pt. acre in Grotton read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny př. acre in Granby read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of 20 pr. acre in Rygate read & Concurred.
An act directing the Managers of Lotteries read & Concurred.

An act Granting to David Sanderson the Exclusive right of Carting by Bellows Falls, Read & Concurred with amendments.

An act making provission for the Support of Daniel Whipple of Rockingham read & Concurred.

An act empowering the judge of Probate for the district of Westminster to order the sale of the Estate of William Shaw, read & Concurred.

An act empowering Joseph Packerd to sell the real Estate of Winslow Packerd read & Concurred.

An act altering the name of Hungerford to that of Sheldon read and concurred.

An act empowering the first Constable of Fairhaven to Collect several Taxes read and Concurred.

An act in adition to and alteration of an act Entituled an act for the prevention and punishment of Frauds and perjuries, read & Concurred.

An act in adition to an act regulating Goals & Goalers read & Concurred.

An act to secure John Stevens from arest read & concurred.

An act in adition to the act for raising 30,000 Dollars read & Concurred adding the Township of Fletcher.

An act regulating the Manufacturing of Iron & Nails read & Concurred.

An act to promote the Increase of Sheep read and concurred.

An act Granting Leave to raise £500 by Lottery for building a Bridge over White river read and Concurred with amendments.

An act to free from arrest the body of Jonathan Fassett until the 10th day of November next, read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of a half penny on the pound in the County of Windham read and Concurred.

An act to suspend prosecution against Luke Coffein for one year was read and Concurred.

An act directing the Treasurer to pay to Enos Wood Twelve pounds Lawful Money in harl Money, read & concurred. £12.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny p" acre on Morristown, Sterling & Worcester read and Concurred, with adding Martin Chittenden to the Committee in lieu of Joseph Leach.

Resolved that the name of Stephen Pearl be inserted in the Charter of the Township of Brownington as an addition to the number already Inserted and that thereupon the Secretary of Council compleat & Diliver the Charter to Timothy Brown Esq". he dilivering all rects for Money paid Generals Satford & Strong ammounting to three hundred & ninety two pounds & one penny. £392 0 1.

An act for paying the Convention (on the constitution] read and Concurred.

An act in addition to an act for raising 30,000 Dollars read and Concurred.

Resolved that His Excellency Thomas Chittenden be directed to sign a Charter to himself agreeably to a Resolution of the General Assembly of the 7th of November 1792, for Twenty rights of Land in the Township of Carthage [Jay] amounting to seven thousand six hundred acres including part of the public rights in said Township to be reserved according to said Resolution.

An act dividing the State into districts for Electing Representatives to Congress read and Concurred.

Adjourned to 2 °Clock P. M. 1 Met according to adjournment. An act empowering the Selectmen of Springfield to sell the Estate of Oliver Blye, read and Concurred.

An act giving Leave to the Town of Pittsfield to appoint a Constable read and Concurred.

An act directing the Collecting of Land Taxes read & Concurred.

An act directing the mode of appropriating public moneys read and Concurred.

An act to raise by Lottery one hundred and fifty pounds to build a Bridge across Deertield River, read & Concurred, with amendments.

An act in addition to an act Empowering the Administrators of Seth Keeler to Deed Lands in Certain cases, read & Concurred.

From the printed Assembly Journal, Nov. 8 1792:

Resolved, That the salary of his Excellency the Governor, for the present year, be one hundred and fifty pounds; and the treasurer is hereby directed to pay the same.

Resolved also, That Samuel Mattocks, Esq. Treasurer, be allowed one hundred and twenty pounds, as his salary for the year ensuing.

Resolved, That the treasurer be directed to take bonds of the attorney general, with sureties, in the sum of two thousand pounds, for the faithful performance of his office.

Resolved, That the treasurer be, and he hereby is directed, to pay to his Excellency Thomas Chittenden, Esq. out of the treasury of this state, the sum of nine pounds, in hard money, to defray the expense necessarily incurred on election day.

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