Senate Journal 1826 (30-318505-P148A.pdf)
poned and the Senate refuse a concurrence with the House and adhere to their former vote passing this resolve to be engrossed as taken into a second new draft, Sent down.
Resolve making an appropriation for the State printing indefinitely postponed in the house came up for concurrence and the Senate reconsidered their former vote and concurred with the House
Mr. Scamman from the Conferees reported that they recommend to the Senate a reconsideration of the vote refusing a concurrence with the House in granting leave to Seward and Charles Merrill to bring in a Resolve. Read and accepted and the Senate voted to concur with the House in granting leave for a Resolve
Resolve in favor of Seward and Charles Merrill was read a first time, ordered to a second reading again read and passed to be engrossed in concurrence with the House,
On motion by Mr. Scamman, Ordered that the Secretary of the Senate be made up on the Pay Roll twenty days additional pay for completing the Records and filing the papers after the close of the present session, and making an index to the Journal
Resolve on the Pay Roll of the Senate was read a first time and committed to Messrs Dunlap, Scamman and Chahill [?]
On motion by Mr. Stebbins, ordered that Messrs Steb
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