Journal, Volume 24 (Google eBook)

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Page 16 - ... convention in the hall of the house of representatives, for the purpose of electing a senator...
Page 453 - State, for the use of the people of the said State, the same to be used under such terms, conditions, and regulations, as the legislature of the said State shall direct...
Page 507 - Resolved, That a committee of two be appointed on the part of the Senate to act with a like committee on the part of the House...
Page 10 - Reed, from the joint committee appointed "to wait upon his excellency the governor, and inform him that the two houses- were temporarily organized and ready to receive any communication he may have to make to them...
Page 346 - The select committee, to whom was referred so much of the message...
Page 482 - ... appointed on the part of the House, to act with a similar committee on the part of the Senate with instructions to arrange the title and style to said chapters or laws in accordance with the constitution of the state of Iowa.7...
Page 63 - Spottsylvania reported that the committee had, according to order, had under consideration the preamble and resolutions of the select committee to whom was referred that part of the Governor's...
Page 494 - I AM directed by the House of Representatives to inform the Senate, that the House is ready forthwith to meet the Senate, to attend the opening and counting the votes of the Electors for President and Vice President of the United States." And he withdrew.
Page 463 - ... was read a third time ; and on the question, " Shall the bill pass ?" it was decided in the negative 90 to 56.
Page 320 - April, 1835, and repeated by my published approval of that letter after the passage of the bill of indemnification. Does France want a degrading, servile repetition of this act, in terms which she shall dictate, and which will involve an acknowledgment of her assumed right to interfere in our domestic councils 1 She will never obtain it. The spirit of the American people, the dignity of the legislature, and the firm resolve of their executive government, forbid it.

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