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An act for the relief of Charles Alexander Eaglebert Eversman, and recommended the passage of the substitute. Substitute was read a first time, rule suspended, read a second time and agreed to ; and the bill as amended was read a third time and passed.

Mr. Sims, from same committee to which was referred House bill entitled, an act for the relief of James East and Mary Ann East, reported by substitute of the same title, and recommended its passage.

The substitute was read a first time, rule suspended, read a second time, and agreed to ; and the bill, as amended, read a third time and passed.

Mr. Rannels, from the committee on the Judiciary, to which was referred Senate bill entitled,

An act for the relief of the heirs and legal representatives of Nathaniel Welsh, deceased, Reported the same back to the Senate, and recommended its

passage. The bill was taken up, read a third time and passed. Mr. Carson introduced a bill entitled, A bill concerning conveyances of real estate,

Which was read a first time, rule suspended, read a second time, and referred to the committee on the Judiciary.

The President laid before the Senate the following communication from the Governor:

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,

October 30, 1857.

To the Honorable President of the Senate :

I have this day approved and signed Senate bills of the following titles :
An act to change the name of Jonett Inas Gorley, of Sullivan county.

An act to cause that portion of the road known as the Massey's Iron Works and Springfield State road, to be opened and worked from Marshfield, in Webster county, to James' Iron Works, in Crawford county, Mo.

An act for the North-West District Agricultural Society.
An act for the relief of Jacob Vandover, late collector of Shelby county.

An act to declare the road known as the old St. Louis road, leaving the present St. Louis road at Robert Phillips', ten miles west of Waynesville, by way of Oakland, Woodbury and Marshfield, to Bucksnort, on the Fredericktown and Springfield State road.

An act to repeal an act opening and keeping open public roads and highways in Gentry county, approved December 12, 1855.

An act amendatory of an act entitled, “An act to authorize George A. Settle to sell the real estate and slaves of the infant children of Reuben A. Settle, deceased," approved February 9, 1857.

An act incorporating the Montgomery county Agricultural and Mechanical Society:

An act declaring a certain county road a State road.

An act for the relief of John P. Rutter, formerly clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion county.

An act to establish a State road in the counties of Maries, Cole and Pulaski.

An act for the relief of James M. Gatewood and others, of Pike county.
An act to entitle the county of Barton to a representative.
An act to incorporate Danville Female Academy.

An act to incorporate the Fairview Cemetery Association, in Andrew county.

Respectfully,

R. M. STEWART.

On motion, the Senate adjourned.

SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1857.

Senate met pursuant to adjournment.
Prayer was offered by the Rev. Mr. Lougheed, Chaplain of the Senate,

Message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Wallace :

MR. PRESIDENT : I am instructed by the House of Representatives to inform the Senate that Sanate bills of the following titles have passed the House :

An act to revive the charter of the St. Louis Cotton Factory.
An act to incorporate the City of Richmond.

The House has substituted, and passed the substitute, for Senate bill entitled,

An act respecting the duties of collector and treasurer of Osage county.

Bills of the following titles have passed the House :
An act for the relief of C. M. Bradford.
An act in regard to the apportionment of school moncys.

Bills of the following titles have been introduced into the House, and passed :

An act for the benefit of Marion Osborn Hines.

An act to authorize William Jones, sen., of Caldwell county, late administrator of the estate of Edward Partridge, deceased, to make a deed, and for other purposes.

An act to establish a State road from Cole Camp, in Benton county, to Clinton, in Henry county.

An act to incorporate the Brunswick High School Company.
An act to enable Vernon county to build a court house and jail.

An act to establish a State road from the town of Manchester, in St. Louis county, to the North Missouri Railroad Depot, opposite the town of St. Charles.

An act for the relief of the heirs of Mrs. Wm. Etta C. Ready, of Boone county.

An act to change a portion of a State Road.

An act to regulate the fees of judge of probate court of the county of Saline.

An act to incorporate the town of Cambridge, in Saline county.

A bill authorizing the county court of Reynolds county to borrow money.

An act declaring Sarah C. Gregory of lawful age.
An act declaring a certain road a State road.

An act fixing the time for holding courts in the Third Judicial Circuit, and the Louisiana Court of Common Pleas.

An act for the relief of James M. Martin, Recorder of Pike county.
An act for the relief of D. C. Stone, Collector of Henry county.
An act for the relief of Stephen Howard, Collector of Moniteau county.

An act supplemental to "an act concerning circuses and other public exhibitions," approved March 12, 1819.

An act to amend an act entitled "an act to provide for the organization, support and government of common schools in the State of Missouri.

Bills of the following titles have been introduced into the House:
A bill entitled,
An act for the incorporation of the German Institute of St. Louis.
An act to incorporate the Missouri Homestead Society.

An act to declare in operation an act entitled "an act to sell lots in Warsaw."

An act concerning ejectment and other actions.
An act for the relief of A. Wilson and Robert Allon.

An act to apportion representation, and to divide the State into Senatorial Districts.

A bill of the following title has been introduced in the House and rejected :

An act for the relief of Robert L. McCoy, of Greene county.

Joint resolution of the following title lias passed the House by a vote of ayes, 90 ; noes, 4.

Proposed amendment to the Constitution, to organize a new couity. On motion of Mr. Vernon,

Resolved, that the Commissioner of the Permanent Seat of Governmont be required to furnish the Committee on the Permanent Seat of Government with a plat of the City of Jefferson.

Mr. Vernon introduced a bill cntitled,
An act to remunerate J. T. Delelay for work done on the Capitol ;
Which was read a first time, rule suspended,
Read a second time, and referred to the committee on Claims.
On motion of Mr. Richardson,

Resolved, that the President of the Senate, appoint a committee of three Senators, to confer with the Secretary of State, in reference to the swampland business in his office, and that they report the result of their conference to the Senate.

The President appointed, Messrs. Richardson, Wilson, and Gullet, the committee under the foregoing resolut:01).

Mr. Harris, on lcare, called up House bill entitled,

An act to effect the sale of lands belonging to the estate of Edmond Bacon, deceased, of Pettis county ;

Which was read a first time, rule suspended, read 1 second tim?, and referred to the cominittee on the Judiciary.

Mr. Harris, from the committee on Engrossed Bills, reported £8 truly engrossed,

Senate bill entitlcd,

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An act to amend an act entitled, "an act to regulate practice in courts of justice," approved December 12, 1855;

Wlrich had been inade the special order of the day,
Was taken up,
And read a third time,

When Mr. Richardson moved to recommit the bill to the committco on the Judiciary

Which motion was decided in the negative by the following vote, tho ayes and noes being demanded by Mr. Kitchen:

AYES-Messre. Brown, Carson, Gullet, Hamer, Mayo, Morris, Pecry. Richardson, Rowland, Sims and Vernon--11.

NOES-Messrs. Harris, Hedgpeth, Holmes, Kitchen, Motherscad, Morin, Rains, Rannels, Rogers, Stevenson, Waddell, Watkins, Wilson, Wood and Ziegler-15.

Absent-Messrs. Blow, Carr, Frost, Irwin, McFarland, Robinson and Sharp.

The question then being,"shall the bill pass ?" was decided in the affirmative by the following vote, the ayes and poes being demanded by Mr. Kitchen :

AYES-Messrs. Harris. Hedgpeth, Kitchen, Mayo, Mothersead, Morin, Morris, Raios, Rannels, Rogers, Waddell, Watkins, Wilson, Wood and Ziegler--15.

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NOIS-Messrs. Brown, Carson, Gullet, Hamcr, Holmes, McFarland Peery, Richardson, Rowland, Sims and Vernon-11.

Absent Messrs. Irwin, Sharp and Stevenson.

Absent on leavem-Messrs. Blow, Carr, Frost and Robinson.

On motion of Mr. Richardson, leave of absence was granted to Mr. Carr.

On motion of Mr. Watkins, leave of absence was granted to Mr. Robinson.

On moiion of Mr. Holmes, leave of absence was granted to Mr. Blow. On motion of Mr. Rogers, leave of absence was granted to Mr. Fruet. On motion of Mr. Ziegler, the Senate adjourned.

EVENING SESSION.

Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. Mothcread, on leave, called up
Proposed amendment to the Constitution cntitled,

Proposed amendment to the Constitution to organize a new county,

Which was read a first time, and on motion of Mr. Richardson, was indefinitely postponed.

Bills and other business from the House of Representatives being in order,

House bills of the following titles were sererally taken up, read a first time, rule suspended, read a second and third time, and passed :

An act supplemental and amendatory of “an act to relocate the county seat of McDonald county," approved February 14, 1857.

Joint resolution requesting the Senators and Representatives in Congress from Missouri, to ask for an appropriation to build a court house and post-office.

An act to authorize the countics of Oregon and Howell to borrow money;
An act to legalize the sale of swamp land in the county of Butler;
An act to renew the charter of the St. Louis Cotton Factory;

An act to amend the charter of the St. Joseph and Iowa Railroad Company.

Mr. Wilson, on leave, from the special committee to which was referred Senate bill entitled,

An act to charter the North-West Missouri Railroad Company,
Reported the same back to the Senate, and recommended its passage.
On motion of Mr. Wilson,
The bill was recommitted to the committee on Internal Improvements.
House bill entitled,
An act to appropriate money, was,

On motion of Mr. Holmes, taken up, and referred to the committee on Claims.

Mr. Mothersead, on leave, introduced a bill entitled,
An act relating to the school law,

Which was read a first time, rule suspended, read a second and third times and passed.

Mr. Wilson, on leave, introduced a bill entitled,
An act concerning the land-office at Savannah,

Which was read a first time, rule suspended, read a second and third times and passed.

House concurrent resolution entitled,

Concurrent resolution in relation to the election of Curators to the Stato University,

Was taken up, read a first time, and ordered to a second reading;
House bill entitled,
An act to change the manner of voting in Harrison aud other counties,
Was taken up, read a first time, and ordered to a second reading.
House bill entitled,
An act to incorporate the St. Joseph Spring Garden Land Company,

Was taken up, read a first time, rule suspende:1, read a second time, and referred to the committee on Binks and Corporations.

House bill entitled,
An act for the benefit of John W. Rickets,

Was taken up, read a first time, rule suspendail, read a sccɔnd time, and referred to committee on the Judiciary.

House bill entitled,
An act to declare Irvin M2)endis of lawful age,

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