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Senate Journal 1820-21

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An order of the House, appointing Jeremiah [?] Herrick of Hampden, John Wilkins of Orrington & Andrew Leach of Prospect a committee to inquire into the causes which have operated to diminish the quantity of fish in the water of the Penobscot Bay & River & to report to the next legislation such facts relating to the same as they may judge proper, provided that the said committee shall be of no expense to the state, came up for concurrence. read & concurred, & sent down.
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Resolve confirming the doings of the town of Monroe Read & passed to be engrossed in concurrence with the House.
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The Senate so far reconsider their vote of the 12th instant by which they passed the bill to be engrossed entitled "An act establishing the salaries of the Judges of Probate" as to amend the same, by adding twenty five dollars to the sums already therein established as constituting the salaries of the several judges of Probate within this state, & now pass the same to be engrossed as so amended.
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Sent down for concurrence
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The Secretary of State came in & laid upon the table a message from the Governor accompanied by communication from the commissioners on the part of the State of Maine under the act of separation which were read & committed to messrs Potter & O'Brien, with such as the House may join sent down for concurrence. Came up for concurrence & messrs Clapp, Moor & Reed of Strong are joined.

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An order of the House, appointing Jeremiah [?] Herrick of Hampden, John Wilkins of Orrington & Andrew Leach of Prospect a committee to inquire into the causes which have operated to diminish the quantity of fish in the water of the Penobscot Bay & River & to report to the next legislation such facts relating to the same as they may judge proper, provided that the said committee shall be of no expense to the state, came up for concurrence. read & concurred, & sent down.

Resolve confirming the doings of the town of Monroe Read & passed to be engrossed in concurrence with the House.

The Senate so far reconsider their vote of the 12th instant by which they passed the bill to be engrossed entitled "An act establishing the salaries of the Judges of Probate" as to amend the same, by adding twenty five dollars to the sums already therein established as constituting the salaries of the several judges of Probate within this state, & now pass the same to be engrossed as so amended. Sent down for concurrence

The Secretary of State came in & laid upon the table a message from the Governor accompanied by communication from the commissioners on the part of the State of Maine under the act of separation which were read & committed to messrs Potter & O'Brien, with such as the House may join sent down for concurrence. Came up for concurrence & messrs Clapp, Moor & Reed of Strong are joined.