House Journal 1822 (30-318937-057B.pdf)
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103. Remonstrance - of Samuel White + others. Remonstrance[underlined] of Samuel White + others of Orono agst the petition of Luther H hills + others presented at the last session on which notice was ordered — was read and referred to the committee on Turnpikes, Bridges, + Canals. Sent up for concurrence.
Remonstrance of Elnathan Pope + others - Remonstrance[underlined] of Elnathan Pope + others, inhabitants of Farmington against the formation of a new County to be compos-ed of towns to be taken from Kennebec, Somerset + Oxford - read and referred to the committee on Incorporation of Towns. Sent up for concurrence.
Report on pet. of Tim Woodward + others of Wilton The committee, on the petition of Timothy Woodward + others committee of the town of Wilton to incorporate certain persons as Trustees of the ministerial Fund in said town, reported leave to bring in a bill. The reported accepted in Senate came down for concurrence — and the House concurred.
Major General 1st divis-ion + Message from the Senate by Mr Sewall their Secretary. Mr speaker, The Senate have nonconcurred the House in their election of Genl simon Nowell to fill the vacancy in the office of Mayor General of the 1st Division and on their part have elected Brig. Genl John McDonald and request the concurrence of the House. and the Secretary withdrew —
time assigned + On motion of Mr Emery of Biddeford, Ordered[underlined] that this House will come to the choice of a Major General for the 1st Division of the militia of this State at 11 oclock tomorrow morning.
Adjourned to meet at this place at 10 oclock tomorrow morning. Attest James L Child Clerk
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