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House Journal 1822 (30-318937-047A.pdf)

82. he with such others as shall associate with him may be permitted to erect Cotton & Woollen Manufactory on Salmon Fall River lying partly in Maine + partly in Massachusetts and may be incorporated by the name of the Portsmouth Manufacturing Companies — Sent up for concurrence.

Petitions - James Swett + others — James Lord + others [lower, on the left] — John Wait + others [lower, on the left] Petitions — of James Swett + others of Falmouth that said town may be relieved from the burthen of supporting the County Bridge in said towns — of James lord and others that a special committee may be appointed to enquire into and report a statement of facts relative to the Bridge at Staples Point — of John Wait + others for a repeal of the act passed Feb. 20. 1819 authoriz-ing the Count of Sessions for the County of Cumberland to erect a Bridge across the Penobscot river at Staples Point — were severally read and referred to Messrs Gardiner of Gardiner, Leach of Rayman & Burr of Litchfield.

Bill - giving privileges of Legitimacy ++ Bill giving the privileges of legitimacy to certain persons therein named — read as reported in a new draft, and passed to be engrossed. Sent up for concurrence

Bill - to change name of Gerry Bill to change the name of the town of Gerry - was read a 1st time and tomorrow at 10. o'clock assigned for a second reading + in the meantime referred to Messrs Parsons of Edgecomb, Grovesnor of Minot + Tuttle of Eastport.

Adjourned to meet at this place at 10 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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