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Senate Journal 1820-21 (30-28907-P034A.pdf)

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Be convening for House to org [?] Sent down for concurrence cam up concurring.

[One session a day]

Ordered that the two Houses of the Legislature, to give the numerous joint committees opportunity to discharge the important business referred to them, have only one session in a day till each House shall determine otherwise. Sent down for concurrence - come up concurred.

[Message from Governor]

[Committed]

The Secretary of State por tem. came in & laid upon the table a message from the Governor accompanied by schedule of the books, maps & public documents received from the Secretary's office of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts - which was read and committee to Messrs Moody and Seaver, with such & sent down for concurrence came in [?] concurred & messrs Bailey of Whitefield, Tuck of Fayette & joined

[Committee on C.C.C.P]

Order of the House appointing Messrs Nowell of Arundel, Mussey of Standish, Delano of Woolwich, Hall of Frankfort, Robbins of Green, Burgin of Eastport, Wilkins New Charleston, Burnham of Limerick and Crowell of Waterville with such & to consider what alterations are necessary of any {?] in the present system of the Circuit Court of Common Pleas with leave to report by bill or otherwise came up for concurrence. Read & concurred and Messrs Rose and Small joined.

[Sundry petitions of subject of C.C.C.P.]

Order of the House committing the petition of Brigg Hatch and others Joseph Dennison & others, Jesse Connor & others, Selectmen of Wilton inhabitants of Falmouth, Ambrose Finson & others and the inhabitants of New Vineyard to the committee who have under consideration the subject of the Circuit Court of Common Pleas. came up for concurrence. Read & concurred.

[Do]

The Petition of John Moor & others on the subject of the Circuit Court of Common Pleas read and referred to the committee who have that subject under consideration. Sent down for concurrence. Came up concurred.

Description: The Journal of the Senate documents the proceedings in the chamber, including actions taken on bills, petitions and reports from committees read, and votes taken. The journals are not transcripts and therefore do not include floor speeches that are found in the modern Legislative Records.

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Language: English

Date: 1820-1821

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