Senate Journal 1825 (30-318504-P136A.pdf)
[Left margin: 1825 February 28.]
Gentlemen, permit me to assure you of my respect and esteem, and of my best wishes for your safe and happy return to your families and friends, and of my affectionate desire for your future welfare, prosperity and felicity.”
[Left margin: Message &c relative to adjournment]
The Secretary of State then came in and read the titles of 108 Acts, and 78 Resolves; all of which had been signed by the Governor, being the whole number which have been passed at the present session:
And informed the Senate that the Governor had no further communication to make to the Legislature at the present session.
[Left margin: Messages on adjournment]
A message was then sent to the House informing that the Senate had passed upon all the public business before them, and were about to adjourn without day
A message was then received from the House informing that they had passed upon all the public business before them, and would adjourn forthwith without day.
The Senate was then accordingly adjourned without day.
Attest Charles B. Smith, Secretary
Description: The journal of the Senate documents the proceedings in the chamber, including actions taken on bills, petitions and reports from committees read, and votes taken. The journals are not transcripts and therefore do not include floor speeches that are found in the modern Legislative Records.
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