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House Journal 1822 (30-318937-041A.pdf)

70 of the County of Lincoln - was read and re-ferred to the committee who have under con-sideration the petition of George Rogers & others - Sent up for concurrence.

Message from the Governor. Governors Message. - vacancy of Main General 1st Division The Adjutant General having reported the death of Major Genl William Frost of the First Division, I now make known to the two houses that the office of Major General in said First Division is vacant. Albion K Parris. Council Chamber janY 10th 1822. In Senate JanY 11th 1822 - Read and sent down. In the House of Representatives — Read + sent up.

Bill — Phillips Limerick Academy. Bill to alter the name of Phillips Limerick Academy and for other purposes, being reported as truly engrossed passed to be enacted.

Committee - to enquire if any member holds any office under the State +— On motion of Mr Dunlap of Brunswick Ordered, That Messrs Dunlap of Brunswick Parsons of Edgecomb + Torrey of Deer Isle be a committee to institute an enquiry if any member of this House now holds under the authority of this State any Civil office of profit; with leave to report to the House a statement of facts. Read and passed.

[Illegible] for choice of Major General — 1st Division Ordered that Wednesday next at 11 oclock be assigned as the time this House will come to the choice of a Major General for the 1st Division + that the Clerk acquaint the Senate — Adjourned to meet at this place at 9 oclock tomorrow morning. Attest, James L Child, Clerk.

Description: The journal of the House of Representatives 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: 1822

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