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Brown, Artemas Henry, Samuel
Houghton, Samuel Cogswell, Nathaniel Howard, Martin Cole, Sumner
Hunt, Charles E. Conkey, Ithamar Huntington, Asahel Cook, Charles E. Huntington, Charles P. Cooledge, Henry F. Huntington, George H. Copeland, Benjamin F. Hurlburt, Samuel A. Crane, George B. Hurlbut, Moses C. Cressy, Oliver s. Hyde, Benjamin D. Crockett, George W. Ide, Abijah M., Jr. Crosby, Leander
Jackson, Samuel Cross, Joseph W. Jacobs, John Crowell, Seth
James, William Crowninshield, F. B. Jenks, Samuel H. Cummings, Joseph Johnson, John Curtis, Wilber
Kellogg, Martin R. Cushman, Henry W. Keves, Edward L. Cutler, Simeon N.
Kimball, Joseph Davis, Ebenezer Kinsman, Henry W. Davis, Isaac
Knight, Jefferson Davis, John
Kuhn, George H. Davis, Robert T. Ladd, John $. Davis, Solomon Lawrence, Luther Dawes, Henry L. Leland, Alden Day, Gilman
Lincoln, Abishai Dehon, William Lincoln, Frederic W.,Jr. Denison, Hiram S. Littlefield, Tristram DeWitt, Alexander Lord, Otis P. Doane, James C. Loud, Samuel P. Dorman, Moses Lowell, John A. Durgin, John M. Marble, William P. Eaton, Lilley
Meader, Reuben Eustis, William T. Mixter, Samuel Farwell, A. G. Monroe, James L. Fisk, Lyman
Moore, James M. Fiske, Emery
Morss, Joseph B.
Plunkett, William C. Talbot, Thomas
Thayer, Joseph Preston, Jonathan Thayer, Willard, 2d, Prince, F. O.
Thomas, John W. Putnam, George Tileston, Edmund P. Putnam, John A. Tilton, Abraham Rantoul, Robert Tower, Ephraim Read, James
Turner, David Reed, Sampson Tyler, John S. Richardson, Daniel Upham, Charles W. Richardson, Nathan Viles, Joel Richardson, Samuel H. Vinton, George A. Rockwell, Julius Walcott, Samuel B. Rogers, John
Wales, Bradford L. Sampson, George R. Walker, Samuel Sanderson, Chester Warner, Marshal Sargent, John
Weeks, Cyrus Sheldon, Luther Wetmore, Thomas Sherman, Charles Wheeler, William F. Sikes, Chester
White, George Sleeper, John S. Whitney, Daniel S. Smith, Matthew Wilbur, Daniel Souther, John
Wilbur, Joseph Stacy, Eben H. Wilkins, John H. Stetson, Caleb
Williams, Henry Stevens, Granville Williams, J. B. Stevens, Joseph L., Jr. Wilson, Milo Stevens, William Wilson, Willard Storrow, Charles S. Winn, Jonathan B. Stutson, William Wood, Nathaniel Sumner, Charles Wood, Otis Sumner, Increase Wood, William H. Taber, Isaac C. Woods, Josiah B. Taft, Arnold
Absent and not voting, 234.
In the speech of Mr. Parker, of Cambridge, in the first volume :Page 145, 1st column, 7th line from the bottom,
For-"whatever other law might have been,"
Read--and whatever other law may have been. Page 148, 2d column, 17th and 18th lines from the bottom, For-" that he regarded this Act of 1852, as a charter, that
it was a contract," Reai-that regarding this Act of 1852 as a charter, it tas
a contract. Same page and column, 13th, 14th and 15th lines from the bottom, For-"he regarded this Act of 1852, as the Constitution
of this body, and that the legislature therefore had no
power," Read-regarding this Act of 1852 as the Constitution of this
body, the legislature had no power. Same page and column, 23, 3d and 4th lines from the bottom, For—"I understood them to be maintained by him as sug
gestions which had been made, and not as propositions
of his own," Read-I understood them to be maintained by him upon
suggestions which had been made, and not founded upon
propositions of his own. Page 149, 1st column, 15th and 16th lines, For-" Then regarding it in that light, the conclusion was
drawn," Read-Then regarding it in the light of a charter the conclu
sion was draron. Same page and column, 30th and 31st lines,
Page 567, Ist colamn, 28th line,
to become citizens in single year, adds," &c. Read--the immigration of those foreigners who come here
to become citizens :-in a single year adds more solid cap
ital, 6c. Page 910, 1st column, 21st line,
2d column, 38 line, Put a comma after "eighteen assistants." Page 911, 2d column, 14th line,
After "we hold." put a comma instead of a period
For—" Bat while arguing that it is a charter the gentle
man forgets, Read-But while arguing upon it as a charter the gentleman
forgot. Same page and column, 44th line,
For-"without an incorporation,"
Read-the act of incorporation. Same page and column, 47th and 48th lines, For-"And now in relation to our Constitution; gentle
men say that the Act," Read-And now in relation to it as a Constitution ; the
gentleman says that if the Act. In the next line strike out " and ". Page 151, 1st column, 7th line, For-" I relate this anecdote to show the feeling which
existed," Read-This anecdote was related to show the feeling of im
portance which existed. And in the 10th line, read-But the reply. Page 158, 1st column, 7th and 8th lines from the bottom, For—"The response of the people has given a character
to the law. It has affixed to it something beyond the
law," Read-Has the response of the people given a character to
the law? Has it affixed to it something different from a
lavo ? Page 159, 1st column, 17th line,
For-"But let us admit that they have the power," Read-But the people have the power. The reader will observe several other verbal errors in that speech more or less apparent, there having been no revision of it by the author.
In speeches of Mr. Hallett, for Wilbraham, in the first volume :Page 163, 2d column, 4th line from the bottom, Read—“The people have a right to make their (funda
mental] laws." Page 332, 1st column, 20th line,
Strike out "Lord" before "Bacon.'
For-" United States Constitution,"
For-" Rhode Island had a council,"
For_"The two boards separately,"
For—" line a leaf,"
Read-live a leaf in history, sc. Page 506, 2d column, 24th line, For-"Shone on, and shine on,"
- Shone on and sho on.
In the speech of Mr. Hathaway, of Freetown, in the first volume :Page 81, 2d column, 11th line,
Read-but little, if anything to do, 8c.
For-" I suppose that under this clause," &c.
tence, after the word "vacancy," add, but would have
the right to impose a fine. Same page and column, 18th line from the bottom, After the word “represented" add, before issuing a pre
cept to such town to fill the vacancy. Same page and column, 15th line from the bottom, After the word "resigned," add-by the acceptance of an
office incompatible with the office of a representative. Same page and column, 20 line from the bottom, Between the words “ office which," insert the words,
the holding of Page 82, 1st column, 6th and 7th lines,
For"we have no power to do so, because,"
Read-it does not follow that we have power to do it, as. Same page and column, 29th line, At the end of Mr. Hathaway's remarks, after the word
" represented," Add-in the formation of an organic law for the govern
ment of the people of which such town is a part. Mr. Hathaway's remarks are, in this matter, very imperfectly reported, probably from the cause of the difficulty of hearing in the Music Hall, where these remarks were made.
In the speech of Mr. Wilson, of Natick, in the third volume :
Page 247, 24 column, 8th line from the bottom,
VOLUMES I., II. AND III.
ABBOTT, JOSIAH G.
Declaration of Rights, iii. 416, 417.
861, 959, 960.
House of Representatives, ii. 317, 363, 377, 378,
Imprisonment for Debt, iii. 411, 484.
Judiciary, iii. 181, 202, 203, 234.
Limiting Debate, iii. 2, 130.
Mode of Submitting the Amended Constitution
to the People, iii. 666.
Motions, i. 33, 543, 544, 546, 650, 651, 797, 798,
861 ; ii. 267, 384, 385 ; iii. 2, 40, 130, 531,532.
Plurality, i. 262, 266, 284-286, 290, 419-421, 424,
614, 629, 986; ii. 162, 568; ii, 196, 337, 474, Reports from Committees, i. 72, 104, 202, 424,
425, 526, 650, 796; ii. 266, 267.
Rights of the Jury, iii. 454-456.
ALLEN, PARSONS. Leave of Absence, Vol.
ALLEY, JOHN B.
Corporations, Vol. ii. 265.
Motions, ii. 143.
Personal Explanation, i. 832, 833.
Closing Debate, Vol. iii. 520.
Constitutional Conventions, iii. 524.
Credentials, i. 178.
Distribution of Debates, iii. 723.
House of Representatives, iii. 585.
340, 448, 487, 488, 540, 748, 966 ; ii. 162, 163, Justices of the Peace, iii. 366, 370.
Loan of the State Credit, ii. 639, 644-647.
Motions, iii. 520, 547, 723.
Orders, i. 104.
Plurality, iii. 547, 554, 555.
Question of Order, iii. 551.
Amendment and Enrolment. Vol. i. 160; ii. 562-
Resignation of Mr. Rogers, Vol. i. 103.
Amendments, &c., Vol. iii. 123.
Choice of second Secretary, i. 9.
Declaration of Rights, iii. 375.
Militia, ii. 114.
MEMBERS AND SUBJECTS.
Mode of Procedure, i. 35, 36.
to the People, iii. 697.
Secretary, Treasurer, &c., i. 705, 719, 720, 725-727.
iii. 472, 474.
Leave of Absence, Vol. iii. 603.
Motions, Vol. i. 340, 842.
Encouragement of Literature, Vol. iii. 622.
Vol. i. 9, 10.
Plurality, i. 420, 423.
318-337, 351-360, 714.
Act calling the Convention, Vol. i. 34.
Vacancy, i. 143.
Adjournment, Vol. i. 296, 359.
Council, üi. 273.
395; iii. 592-594.
966; ii. 75, 556, 753, 777, 830.
692; ii. 273, 274.
719, 722, 727, 729, 759, 760, 764, 769, 770; ii. 469,
House of Representatives, Vol. ii. 246, 459–461.
Loan of the State Credit, ii. 656.
103, 114, 124, 140, 144, 159, 162, 177, 178, 188,
Corporations, Vol. iii. 73.
New Towns, iii. 78.
Adjournment, Vol. i. 449, 558.
205, 206, 455, 591.
to the People, iii. 683,