Senate Journal 1834 (30-318511-P191B.pdf)
Session has been prolonged beyond the day anticipated, it is to be attributed to the multifarious interests and accumulated resources of our growing State. Gentlemen, being about to retire to the bosom of your families and constituents, carrying with you my ardent wish for your future welfare and prosperity. And may a consciousness of having faithfully performed your public trusts cheer you through this life and go with you to a more elevated and happier state of existence."
The Secretary of State came in and laid upon the table the titles of One hundred and seventy nine Acts, and Seventy four Resolves, which had been approved by the Governor, being all that been presented to him the present session-
And the Senate adjourned without day
Attest, William Trafton, Secretary.
I hereby certify, that the foregoing is a true record of the proceedings of the Senate made up from the minutes by me taken and from the papers on file.
Attest, William Trafton, 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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