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An act Granting a Tax on the Grand List of this State of 20 on the pound read and Concurred.

An act Granting to Isaac Tichenor Esq" the sum of six pounds to be paid by the Treasurer read & Concurred.

An act regulating Goals & Goalers was returned by Mr. Farrand stating that the House would not agree to the amendments proposed by Council-ordered to lie until Tomorrow.

Adjourned to 9 °Clock Tomorrow.

TUESDAY 29th October 1793. Met according to adjournment. Present as yesterday.

An act Granting 2d on the acre in Sunderland and one penny in Stratton, having passed the General Assembly was read & Concurred.

An act regulating Goals & Goalers being returned from the House by a Member stating the reasons why the House could not Agree with the amendments proposed by Council, the Council on reconsideration recinded [receded] from part of their amendments & returned the bill to the House.

An act regulating the pettit Jurors before the County Court read & Concurred.

An act directing the Treasurer to Credit the Town of Williston one pound and ten pence, having passed the House was read & Concurred.

An act for regulating the Militia, having passed the General Assembly was read & Concurred, with one amendment.

An act for discharging Elisha Peirce from his Credittors having passed the General Assembly was read and Concurred.

An act regulating the Militia being returned from the House by Mr. [Jonathan] Robinson stating the reasons why the House could not Concur with the amendments proposed.

Adjourned to 9 oClock Tomorrow.

WEDNESDAY 30th October 1793. Met according to adjournment. Present as yesterday. Honble

. Jonas Galusha returned and joined in Councii. An act regulating Goals and Goalers was returned to the House recommending to them to refer the further Consideration thereof until the next Session of the Legislature in October next.

An act dischargeing William Ward [of Burlington] from his Credittors read and Concurred with proposals of amendment.

An Act Granting a Tax of 24 piacre in Vershire, read and Concurred. An act Establishing the New County of Orleans to be one probate district, read & Concurred with amendments.

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

An act empowering the Supreme Court to be a Court of Chancery for the examination and Trial of the forfeiture of Lands Granted by this State & by the late Governor of N. Hampshire, having been read in the House & Committed to join a Committee of Council, Resolved that Messrs. Olin, Strong, Marvin & Galusha join sa Committee.

Adjourned to 9 °Clock Tomorrow Morning.

THURSDAY Windsor 31 October 1793. Met according to adjournment. Present as yesterday.

An act regulating Goals & Goalers being again returned from the House and Committed, Resolved that Mussts. Olin, Marvin and Knoulton join sd Committee.

An act in addition to an act regulating Town Meetings read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny př. acre in Chelsea read and Concurred.

An act regulating the publishing of Advertisements, having passed the General Assembly was read & Concurred.

An act impowering John Fassett Esquire to sell the real Estate of Benoni Grover, having passed the General Assembly was read & Concurred, with Amendments.

An act freeing the body of John Stevens from arest in Civil Causes, and execution for one year, having passed the House was read & Concurred.

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

An act for Collecting Surveys of the Towns for Making out a Map of the State having passed the General Assembly was read & concurred.

An [act] Granting a Land Tax of one penny pi [acre) in Shrewsbury read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Land Tax of one penny on Each acre of Land in Stamford read & Concurred.

An act to Suspend prosecution against Edmond Williams, read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny pr. acre in Walden read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny pr. acre in Reedsboro' read & Concurred.

An act appointing Audittors to settle with the States Attorneys & County Treasurers having passed the Council was sent to the General Assembly to be passed into a Law of this State.

An act in addition to an act entituled an act to encourage the distroying of Wolves and Panthers read and Concurred.

An act for Granting a Tax of 24 pt. acre in Sheffield having passed the House was read and returned to the House with a Recommendation to suspend it until Next Session on acct of the dispute of the tittle.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny half penny pt. acre in Brunswick & Minehead & 2d on Each acre of Land in Lemington read & Concurred.

An act discharging Aaron Parmeley from his Credittors read & Concurred.

Adjourned to 9 °Clock Tomorrow.

FRIDAY 10 November 1793. Met according to adjournment. Present His Excellency Governor Chittenden, his honor L+ Governor Olcott & the following Members of the Hon ble Council vizt. Jacob Bayley John Fassett Thomas Porter Samuel Safford John Strong Ebenezer Walbridge Jonathan Hunt Luke Knoulton Ebenezer Marvin Paul Brigham Jonas Galusha Gideon Olin. Joseph Fay Secy. Wm. Sweetser Shi.

An Act in addition to an act Incorporating Vergeens read and Concurred.

An Act empowering the administrators [administratrix] on the Estate of James Lock Ju" to sell the real Estatē, read and Concurred, with amendments.

An act Granting a Tax of one half penny p' acre in Middlesex read & Concurred adding a half penny.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny p? acre in Rochester read & Concurred.

An act affixing the Time & place when the Trustees of Athens Grammar School meet, read & Concurred.

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

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

An act discharging Stephen Keyes from his Creditors read & Concurred with this amendment vizt. that the name of Joshua Stanton be inserted in lieu of Stephen Pearl on acct. of said Pearls being Sheriff of the County.

The Honble Gideon Olin Enters his dissent to the passing the act discharging Stephen Keyes from his Debts as being unconstitutional.

An act to Suspend the Opperation of an Act Limiting the Time for Dividing the County of Windsor read & Concurred.

An Act discharging Luke Coffein from his Debts read & Concurred.

A Letter from General Philip Schuyler was rec'd, requesting this State to assist in Opening the Lock Navigation from the North River to Lake Champlain, having been read in General Assembly and committed to join a Committee of Council, Resolved that Messis. Safford & Marvin join said Committee

An act authorising Jonas Lindon (Lyndon] Arnold to deed Lands as specified therein, Read & Concurred.

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

An act Suspending a Cause in the Supreme Court vizt Cephas Smith against Frazer & Young, read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny pt. acre in Woodbury read & Concurred.

Adjourned to 8 °Clock Tomorrow.

SATURDAY 24 Novr. 1793. Met according to adjournment. Present as Yesterday.

An act regulating the proceedings on petitions [forj Granting Land Taxes for repairing roads &c. read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny in Peacham--read & Concurred.

An act remitting to the Inhabitents of Alburgh certain Taxes read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one half penny p? acre on (Middlesex] read & Concurred.

An act appointing George Gage Collector of a Tax of one penny p' acre in Johnson read & Concurred.

An act Granting a tax of three farthings pk Acre on the lands in Bridgewater read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny pacre in Glover & Barton read & Concurred.

An act Granting one penny half penny on the acre in Littleton [Waterford,] read and Concurred.

An act to Suspend the Opperation of Law in favour of John Allen read & Concurred.-[To suspend prosecutions against John Allen, of Reading.)

An act Granting a Tax of one penny on each acre of Land in Waterbury read and Concurred.

An [act] Granting a Tax of 20 on the pound in the County of Addison read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny on each acre of Land in Westfield & Jay was read & Suspended until next Session of Assembly.

An act in addition to the act for Limitation of actions, read & Concurred with an amendment.

An act in addition to an act for the settlement [of] Testate & Intestate Estates read & Concurred.

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

A bill from the House was rec'd appointing Messrs. Sanderson, Crafts & Spafford to join a Committee of Council to State the Granting fees on a small Gore of Land between Alburgh & Huntsburgh (Franklin,] Resolved that Messrs. Hunt & Walbridge join said Committee.

An act in addition to an act for regulating Militia read & concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny pr acre on all the lands in Lutterloh [Albany,] Irasburgh, Coventry & Dunkensboro (Newport,] read & Concurred with amendments.

An act directing the Sheriff in Windsor County what Goal to keep in repair-read & Concurred.

An act in addition to an act empowering Sheriffs & Constables to Commit persons tu Goal out of their Counties read & Concurred.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny pr. acre in Philadelphia (part of Goshen and Chittenden.] read & Concurred.

Adjourned to 8 oClock Monday next.

MONDAY 4th November 1793. 1 Met according to adjournment. Present as yesterday.

An Act in addition to an Act laying a Tax on Panton read & Concurred adding Genl. Strong to the Committee.

An act Granting a Tax of one penny on Westfield read & passed.”

An act Granting the exclusive Right of keeping a Ferry between Colchester and South Hero read & concurred.

An act regulating proceedings for Taxes (asked for] by petitions read & Concurred.

A bill from the House was rec'd appointing Mr. J. Robinson to join a Committee of Council to fill the blanks in the appropriation bill.-Resolved that Mr. Galusha Join said Committee.

Resolved that Mr. Galusha be directed [to] Call on the Treasurer & receive the Debenture of Council & rect the same.

From the printed Assembly Journal, Nov. 4 1793:

Resolved that there be allowed to his Excellency Thomas Chittenden, Esquire, the sum of eighteen pounds, fifteen shillings, to defray expenses necessarily incurred on Election day.

2 An amendment to the House bill taxing Westfield and Carthage alias Jay, excluding Carthage; with which the House concurred.

An act appointing a Committee for fixing on a place for the Sitting of the Supreme & County Courts in the County of Chittenden read & Concurred with amendments.

An act making further provisions for the return of writs & executions to the Supreme Court read & suspended until next Session of Assembly

Resolved that Secretary Fay be directed to Call on Micah Townsend Esquire late Secretary of State, for tie Records remaining in his hands relative to the Grants of Lands or Charters Issued, or any other records which belong to the Council which remain in his hands, and the said Micah Townsend is directed to diliver over the said records accordingly.

An act Granting a New Tryal to Benjamin Smith read & Concurred.

An act for disposing of fines and penalties, read & Recommended to the House to be suspended until next Session of Assembly.

Resolved that the second Wednesday in April next be observed as a day of public fasting & prayer throughout this State.

An Act for paying to William Gallup and others the sum of £385 0 10 read & Concurred.

An Act Making appropriations for the year 1793 read & Concurred.

An act Granting 0 Ebenezer Marvin Esq" A Gore of Land read and Concurred.

Ebenezer Crafts Esquire is Elected Judge of Probate for the district of Orleans, & Commissioned accordingly.

DEBENTURE OF COUNCIL FOR WINDSOR SESSION. Lt. Governor Olcott £20 4 8, Jacob Bayley 10 16 8, John Fassett 13, Thomas Porter 10 15 4, Samuel Safford 12 2, John Strong 12 8 8, Ebenezer Walbridge 12 2'0, Jonathan Hunt 10 19 4, Ebenezer Marvin 10 15 4, Paul Brigham 9 16 8, Luke Knoulton 10 14, Jonas Galusha 8 5 4, Gideon Olin 11 15 4, Joseph Fay Secy. 14 14, Wm. Sweetser Sherriff 7 17 4.-£176. 6. 8. THE END OF THE OCTOBER SESSION FOR THE YEAR 1793.

JOSEPH Fay Secy.

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