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No. 79 A., a bill to repeal an act establishing the town of Kossuth approved April 17, 1852.

No. 53 A., a bill to appropriate to Emery Healy the sum therein named.

No. 46 A., a bill to incorporate the IIubbardton Manufacturing Company.

No. 86 A., a bill authorizing the county of Brown to issue Bonds for the purpose therein named.

No. 60 A., a bill to establish a Ferry across Chippewa River.
And report the same as correctly enrolled.

SQUIRES, Chairman,
No. 82 A., a bill to incorporate the Berlin and Watertown Rail-
road Company,

Was read the third time and passed,
And the question being upon agreeing to the title of said bill,

Mr. Prentice moved to amend said title by striking out “Berlin" and inserting“ Watertown,” and by striking out “Watertown” and inserting - Berlin,”

Which was agreed to.
And the title as amended was then agreed to.
Message from the Assembly by its Chief Clerk:
Mr. PRESIDENT,—The Assembly has passed

No. 131 A., a bill to fix the time for holding the February term of the Circuit Court of Milwaukee County.

In which the concurrence of the Senate is requested.
Said bill No. 131 A., was read the first and second times.
Mr. Reed moved that the rules be suspended and said bill be put

passage now, Which was agreed to.

And said bill was read the third time, passed, and its title agreed to.

Message from the Assembly by its Chief Clerk:

Mr. PRESIDENT,—The Assembly has concurred in the amendments of the Senate to

upon its

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No.63 A., a bill to repeal an act entitled “an act in reference to appeals from Justices' Courts," approved April 16, 1852.

No. 11 A., a bill to incorporate Symphony College.

No. 40 A., a bill to change the time for assessing and collecting taxes in the counties of Marathon and Portage.

No. 86 A., a bill authorizing the county of Brown to issue bonds for the purpose therein named, and

No. 54 A., a bill to organize the county of Waupaca for Judicial purposes.

1 And has passed

No. 4 A.,' memorial to the Postmaster General for increase of service on Mail Route No. 4616.

No. 5 A., a bill to incorporate the Green Bay, Depere and Møson Railroad Company.

No. 74 A., a bill to provide for contesting elections of Members of the Senate and Assembly.

:) No. 75 A., a bill to organize a certain town therein named.

No. 105 A., a bill appropriating to E. Schumacher the sum therein named.

No. 108 A., a bill to provide for the removal of the county seat of Manitowoc Co.

No. 109 A., a bill to amend an act entitled“ an act to incorporate the village of Manitowoc, in the county of Manitowoc."

No. 116 A., a bill to incorporate the Wisconsin River Improvement Company.

No. 103 A., a bill to incorporate the Kenosha and Beloit Railroad Company.

No. 128 A., a bill to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the towns of New Buffalo, Delona and Reedsburg, in the county of Sauk, and

No. 10 S., a bill to authorize the city of Racine to aid in the construction of certain Railroads.

The last with amendments.
In all which the concurrence of the Senate is requested.

The Assembly has also passed.

No. 8 S. a bill to authorize the town of Beloit to aid in the construction of a certain Railroad without amendment.

Said bills Nos. 4, 5, 74, 75, 105, 108, 109, 116, 103, 128, A., and No. 10 S., were severally read the first and second times,

And the amendments of the Assembly to said bill No. 10 S.,
Were concurred in.

On motion of Mr. Alban, said bill No. 116 A., was taken up and placed in the general file for the committee of the whole.

In committee of the whole for the consideration of

No. 98., a bill to amend an act entitled "an act to consolidate and amend the act to incorporate the city of Milwaukee, and the several acts amendatory thereof,” approved Feb. 20, 1852.

No. 27 S., a bill to amend Sec. 2 of Chap. 122 of the Revised Statutes.

No. 39 S., a bill to authorize the School Commissioners to loan a certain sum of

money. Mr. Hunter in the chair,

And after sometime spent therein, 1. The committee arose, and by its chairman, reported back to the Senate said bill Nos. 9 and 27 S.,

With amendment,
And said bill No. 39 S.,
Without amendment.
The amendment to said bill No. 9 S., was concurred in.
On motion of Mr. Wakeley,
Said bill No. 27 S., was laid upon the table, until to-morrow.
On motion of Mr. Hunter,

Said bill No. 39 S., was referred to the Committee on Education, School and University Lands.

In Committee of the Whole, for the consideration of,

No. 45 S., A bill making parties to suits competent witnesses in certain cases.

No. 42 S., A bill to locate the County Seat of Chippewa county.

No. 26 8., A bill to amend Section 226, Chapter 88, of the Re, vised Statutes.

Mr. Briggs in the Chair.
And after sometime spent therein,

The Committee arose, and by its Chairman, reported back to the Senate, said bills No. 45 and 42 S.,

Without amdndment.
And said bill No. 26 S.,
With amendment.
On motion of Mr. Miller,

Said bill No. 45 S., was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

Said bill No. 42 S., was ordered to be engrossed, and read the third time.

The amendment of the Committee of the Whole, to said bill No. 26 S., was concurred in, and

On motion of Mr. Cary,
Said bill was laid upon the table, for one day.
In Committee of the whole, for the consideration of,
No. 56 S., A bill to prohibit the circulation of unauthorized

bank paper.

No. 49 S., A bill to appropriate to George R. Stuntz, the sum therein named.

No. 48 S., A bill to amend Section one, of Chapter three hundred and ninety of the Session Laws of 1852.

Mr. Wakeley in the Chair.
And after sometime spent therein,

The Committee arose, and by its Chairman, reported back to the Senate, said bill No. 56 S.,

With amendment.
And said bills, Nos. 49 and 48 S.,
Without amendment.

The amendments to said bill No. 46 S., were concurred in, and said bill was ordered to be engrossed, and read the third time. i

Said bill No. 49 S., was ordered to be engrossed and read the third time.

On motion of Mr. Vittum,
Said bill No. 48 S., was indefinately postponed.
In Committee of the Whole, for the consideration of,

No. 48 S., A bill granting to Timothy Fanning, the right to keep and maintain a Ferry across the Mississippi River.

No. 62 S., A bill to appropriate to C. S. Claussen, the sum therein named.

Mr. Whittlesey in the Chair.
And after sometime spent therein,
The Committee arose, and by its Chairman, reported back to the
Senate," said bill No. 48 S.,

With amendment.
And said bill No. 62 S.,
Without amendment.

The amendment of the Committee to said bill No. 48 S., was concurred in.

And said bills were then severally ordered to be engrossed, and read the third time.

In Committee of the Whole, for the consideration of,

No. 64 S., A bill to authorize the Trustees of the First Universalist Society of Racine, to execute a Bond and Mortgage.

No. 66 S., A bill to appropriate to Wright & Tenney the sum therein named.

Mr. Miller in the chair,
And after sometime spent therein,
The committee arose and by its chairman reported
Said bills back to the Senate,
Without amendment.

And said bills were severally ordered to be engrossed and read the third time.

In Committee of the whole for the consideration of

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