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Senate Journal 1820-21

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William D. Williamson Esqr. President
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George Ulmer Esqr
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Joshua Gage "
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Samuel Small "
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Joseph E. Foxcroft "
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John Mc.Donald "
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Andrew Witham "
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Jere.h OBrien "
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Edw.d Kelleran "
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Jon.a Page Esqr
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Barret [Barrett] Potter "
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Daniel Rose
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James W. Ripley
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Nath.l Green
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Alex.r Rice
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Josiah W. Seaver
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Bill entitled "An Act to cede to the United States the jurisdiction of sites for lighthouse" having had two several readings passed to be engrossed. Sent down for concurrence.
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In Order of the House directing That the joint Committee on the subject of compensation to the Board of Jurisprudence consider & report what compensation ought to be made to the Hon. Judges Mellen & Preble, including their Secretary, for their services in preparing a repealing Act, in pursuance of an Order of the Legislature of the fifth instant, came up for concurrence Read & Concurred.
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Ordered That the Secretary of State be directed to return to the Senate the Bill entitled "An Act establishing the Salaries of the Judges of Probate"
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Read & passed.

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In Senate Thursday Morning March 15, 1821.

Present William D. Williamson Esqr. President George Ulmer Esqr Joshua Gage " Samuel Small " Joseph E. Foxcroft " John Mc.Donald " Andrew Witham " Jere.h OBrien " Edw.d Kelleran " Jon.a Page Esqr Barret [Barrett] Potter " Daniel Rose James W. Ripley Nath.l Green Alex.r Rice Josiah W. Seaver

Bill entitled "An Act to cede to the United States the jurisdiction of sites for lighthouse" having had two several readings passed to be engrossed. Sent down for concurrence.

In Order of the House directing That the joint Committee on the subject of compensation to the Board of Jurisprudence consider & report what compensation ought to be made to the Hon. Judges Mellen & Preble, including their Secretary, for their services in preparing a repealing Act, in pursuance of an Order of the Legislature of the fifth instant, came up for concurrence Read & Concurred.

Ordered That the Secretary of State be directed to return to the Senate the Bill entitled "An Act establishing the Salaries of the Judges of Probate"

Read & passed.