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The following named gentlemen were severally admitted to take their seats in the House, without producing their creu dentials, to wit:
On motion by Mr. Abell, Mr. James K. Foster, as the representative of the town of Sudbury;
On motion by Mr. Frisbie, Mr. Fayette Barney, as the representative of the town of Castleton;
On motion by Mr. Brigham of Pittsfield, Mr. John Johnson, as the representative of the town of Sherburne;
Which members so admitted were duly sworn.
The Secretary of State directed the House to the election of Speaker for the year ensuing, and requested that ballots be prepared and deposited for such persons as members would elect to that office.
Pending which proceeding, Mr. Wood moved that the House adjourn to meet at ten o'clock to-morrow morning.
Which motion was unanimously agreed to, and at ten o'clock and forty-five minutes, the House was declared adjourned.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1869.
The House was called to order at ten o'clock, by the See retary of State.
Prayer was offered by Rev. Richard H. Morgan.
The roll of members who had presented their credentials since yesterday, was called, and such members were duly sworn and admitted to their seats, to wit:
.CYRUS W. STRONG,