House Journal 1822 (30-318937-056B.pdf)
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101 Simon Nowell Esq had leave of absence until tuesday next.
No private petitions to be received after Saturday next Ordered[underlined], that no private[crossed out] petition of a private nature be received by this House after Saturday next — read and passed.
Resolve — reducing [illegible]. of polls in Monroe. Resolve, for reducing the number of Polls in the valua-tion of Monroe — read twice + passed to be engrossed. Sent up for concurrence.
Committee — additional law regulating Judicial process + proceedings + An order came from the Senate appointing Messrs Bond + Bradbury a committee with such as the House may join to consider whether any law ought to be made in addiction to an act regulating judicial process and proceedings with leave to report by bill or otherwise, for the concurrence of the House — The House concurred and Messrs Pond of Bucksport, Dunlap of Brunswick and Downes of Calais were joined.
Report of committee on pet. of Geo. Rogers + als The committee on the petition of George Rogers and others for a division of the County of Lincoln and of sundry other petitions and remonstrances on the same subject reported an order of notice — The report accepted in the Senate came down for concurrence — and the House concurred.
Committee - to see if any amendment to apportion On motion of Mr Pond of Bucksport, Ordered[underlined], that Messrs Pond of Bucksport, Lewis of Gorham and Hobbs of Berwick be a committee to ascertain whether any amendments or additions are necessary in the Resolve apportioning the Rep-resentatives in the several Counties, towns, planta-tions and classes on the first apportionment passed
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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