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performed that duty and reci-ivcd foi the an.swrr fliat nn this aitt-rnooh his excciicncy uoiihi li.aki' a cou.naiiiicitr ion ot* both houses by messsagt.
A message Iroai the house ui nj iihi lUativcs 1} Mr, >rMilian,
The liou.se of representatives Iiave appointed a rf>n>- mittec of two mcnibtis tm tlieir part to act jomtly witfi theconimitte appointed by tJie senate, to dratt rules lor tlie government of both liouse^,
A message was received from hi.s excellency the gover¬ nor hy hid private secretary Edward Kins,, Es q. whit h uith ihe accouipauying documents w^s read as follows, to wit;
rdlow Citizens of the Senafe,
and House of Representatives^
AMONG the mea.snres Vvliich I have heretofore rectjmjiuudtd to llie Legislature, for tijejr con.sideration, aitd on which they have not acted, a good plan lor tie eiiiifaiituj of tlie risiiiggeneriUiuii, has been eonsidiied iiist in inqo.ii'tice.
Time, and liirthcr rtCtrtion hjtve roiillrnicd me in the opinioiiH i have btfore (onrnumit attd; and iron, a.sei.sc of dutyto thi Slate, I nusl again rtcenmnieTid the subject to yt>i.r attrnlion. Siirely/nofhing (an be nior.^ ii, porriuit tJiai'inf(»rii!alion, to the citizens of a gt veinnient, hee, asouisi.s. Ii)d«(d, ' feci (onviiuio' a peij;etuati(>n of tli.^t freedoiiv. we nt.T possess, greatly dej ends on the n.e.ina, ViUhh me.y he utstd, under Providence, toi)rodi:(e thai 8 ate ol ftrMiai inli;: n ai>oo, vhiclivilJ <ii4.Li» :1 ;; pcojlc to ap^rcciaie ihtjlibejtj ihty^enjoy. iMon* u.-y