House Journal 1828 (30-318943-P121B.pdf)
227 the present session, which would be made forthwith through the Secretary of State.
Message from the Governor.
Amos Nicholas Esq., Secretary of State came in accordingly and informed the House of Representatives that the Governor had signed one hundred & seventeen acts and sixty four resolves, being all that have been presented to him for signature the present session & that he has no further communication to make to either branch of the Legislature at the present session.
And then the House, adjourned without day.
Attest James L. Child. Clerk.
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