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THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

UNITED STATES:

THE FIRST SESSION OF THE THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS;

BKGUS AND HELD

AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON,

DECEMBER 5, 1850,

IN THE EIGHTY-FOURTH YEAR OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES.

WASHINGTON:

THOMAS H. FORD, PRINTER.

1859.

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Begun and held at the Capitol, in the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the fifth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, and in the eighty-fourth year of the independence of the said States; being the First Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress, held under the Constitution of the Government of the United States.

On which day, being the day fixed by the Constitution of the United States for the meeting of Congress, the members elect of the House of Representatives, at 12 o'clock meridian, were called to order by James C. Allen, Clerk; and, the roll of members being called, the following named members answered to their names:

From the State of—

Maine

New Hampshire.

Vermont

Massachusetts

Daniel E. Somes,
John J. Perry,
Ezra B. French,
Freeman H. Morse,
Israel Washburn, jr.,
Stephen C. Foster.

Gilman Marston,
Mason W. Tappan,
Thomas M. Edwards.
E. P. Walton,
Justin S. Morrill,
Homer E. Royce.

Thomas D. Eliot,
James Buffinton,
Charles F. Adams,
Alexander H. Rice,
Anson Burlingame,
John B. Alley,
Daniel W. Gooch,
Charles R. Train,
Eli Thayer,
Charles Delano,
Henry L. Dawes.

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