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LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT.

1858

SENATORS.

District Number One, District Number Two, District Number Three, District Number Four, District Number Five, District Number Six, District Number Seven, District Number Eight, District Number Nine, District Number Ten, District Number Eleven,District Number Twelve, District Number Thirteen,District Number Fourteen, Distr ct Number Fifteen, District Number Sixteen, District Number Seventeen, District Number Eighteen, District Number Nineteen, District Number Twenty,-District Number Twenty-one, District Number Twenty-wo, District Number Twenty-three, District Number Twenty-tour,-District Number Twenty-five, District Number Twenty-six, District Number Twenty-seven, District Number Twenty-eight, District Number Twenty-nine,-District Number Thirty,--District Number Thirty-one,-District Number Thirty-two,

JOSHUA B. SMITH.
SAMUEL SLOAN.
FRANCIS B. SPINOLA.
JOHN C. MATHER.
SMITH ELY, JR.
RICHARD SCHELL.
JOHN DOUGHERTY.
BENJAMIN BRANDRETH.
OSMER B. WHEELER.
GEORGE W. PRATT.
WM. G. MANDEVILLE.
JOHN D. WILLARD.
GEORGE Y. JOHNSON.
EDWARD I. BURHANS.
GEORGE G. SCOTT.
RALPH A. LOVELAND.
WILLIAM A. WHEELER.
JOSEPH A. WILLARD.
ALRICK HUBBELL.
ADDISON H. LAFLIN.
CHENEY AMES.
JAMES NOXON.
JOHN J. FOOTE.
LYMAN TRUMAN.
ALEX. B. WILLIAMS.
TRUMAN BOARDMAN.
ALEXANDER S. DIVEN.
JOHN E. PATERSON.
HORATIO J. STOW.
JOHN B. HALSTED.
JAMES WADSWORTH.
JOHN P. DARLING.

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE,

JANUARY 7, 1858.

On Claims. Mr. Patterson,

Mr. Truman. Mr. Scott,

On Finance. Mr. Diven,

Mr. Halsted. Mr. Schell,

On Judiciary. Mr. Noxon,

J. D. Willard. Mr. Diven,

On Canals. Mr. Stow,

Mr. Mather. Mr. Loveland,

On Railroads. Mr. Darling,

Mr. Hubbell. Mr. Brandreth,

On Charitable and Religious Societies. Mr. Truman,

Mr. Wadsworth, Mr. Smith,

On Internal Affairs of Towns and Counties. J. A. Willard,

Mr. Spinola. Mr. Halsted,

On State Prisons, Mr. Loveland,

Mr. Brandreth. Mr. Williams,

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On Privileges and Elections. Mr. W. A. Wheeler,

Mr. Johnson. Mr. Spinola,

On Manufactures. Mr. Laflin,

Mr. Johnson. Mr. 0. B. Wheeler,

On Retrenchment. Mr. Burhans,

Mr. Patterson. Mr. Doherty,

On Public Buildings. Mr. O. B. Wheeler,

Mr. Doherty. Mr. Ames,

On Erection and Division of Towns and Counties. Mr. Scott,

Mr. Boardman. Mr. Mandeville,

On Cities and Villages. Mr. Halsted,

Mr. Noxon. Mr. Ely,

On Public Expenditures. Mr. Truman,

Mr. W. A. Wheeler. Mr. Schell,

On Expiring Laws. Mr. Patterson,

Mr. Doherty. Mr. Wadsworth,

On Medical Societies,

Mr. J. A. Willard. Mr. Brandreth, Mr. Stow,

On Public Printing. Mr. Loveland,

Mr. Williams. Mr. Smith,

On Manufacture of Salt. Mr. Noxon,

Mr. Mather. Mr. Ames,

On Joint Library. Mr. Pratt,

Mr. J. D, Willard. Mr. Diven,

Select Committee to Revise the Rules of the Senate. Mr. Wadsworth,

Mr. Laflin. Mr. W. A. Wheeler, Select Committee to whom referred so much of the Governor's Message as

relates to the Metropolitan Police Bill. Mr. Mather,

Mr. Noxon. Mr. Halsted, Select Committee to whom is referred so much of the Governor's Message as

relates to the State Lunatic Asylum at Utica. Mr. Hubbell,

Mr. O. B. Wheeler, Mr. Stow,

Mr. Ames. Mr. Pratt,

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