House Journal 1822 (30-318937-048A.pdf)
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84. Treasurers[underlined] Acceptance. A communication was received from Joseph C Boyd Esq. signifying his acceptance of the office of Treasurer of State.
The committee on engrossed bills report as duty en-grossed - Bill - enacted[to the left]. Bill to annex the town of Harlem to the own of China. which passed to be enacted.
petition of Peter Gant + — Gardiner Lyceum — Petition[underlined] of Peter Grant and others for the incorpor-ation of Gardiner Lyceum — was read and re-ferred to Messrs Adams of Portland, Bridgham of Leeds + Bonny of Turner.
The committee on engrossed bills report as duly engrossed — Resolves - finally passed[to the left] Resolves - for the relief of Timothy Walcott — respec-ting the Northern + Eastern boundaries of the State were severally finally[underlined] passed.
Petition of Converse Lilly + al Petition[underlined] of Converse Lilly + others for authority to build a bridge at Clancry's ferry over Eastern river —read and referred to the committee on Turnpikes, Bridges + Canals. Sent up for concurrence.
Report on pet. of Saml Hadlock + others The committee on the petition of Samuel Hadlock and others, reported a reference to the next Legis-lature. The report accepted in the Senate, came down for concurrence — and the House concurred.
Report — on State printing The report of the committee to contract for the printing for the State, came from the Senate endorsed as follows. "In Senate January 14th 1822 — Read and the committee aforesaid discharged from any further service. Sent down for
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