House Journal 1833 (30-318948-P014A.pdf)
18 for the ensuing political year - and also to choose a Secretary of State - requesting a concurrence of the House, and the House concurred. And the Clerk by message acquainted the Senate therewith. The committee appointed to prepare Rules and Orders for the government of this House during the present session of the Legislature made a report which was read and accepted. Ordered that the Clerk of this House cause three hundred copies of the Rules and Orders adopted the present session to be printed for the use of the members. And the House adjourned. Attest Asaph R. Nichols Clerk
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