House Journal 1821 Volume 1 (30-41314-P012B.pdf)
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may join be a committee to consider and report in what manner messages between the two houses shall hereafter be communicated. In Senate January 11th 1821. Read and passed. Sent down for concurrence. Read and Concurred and Messrs. Leach of Raymond, Moody of Wells and Rollins of Nobleboro' are joined.
[E. Daisy & Wm. Hunt.] Order of the Senate committing the petition of Elijah Daisy & William Hunt to the joint standing committee on Incorporation of Towns came down for concurrence. Read and concurred.
[Plan. No. 7] Petition of the Inhabitants of Plantation No. 7. seventh range, north of Waldo patent to be exempted from State tax &c. Read and committed to the joint standing committee on New Trials. Sent up for concurrence.
Message [message from Gov.] At 11 o'clock a message being announced, the Secretary of State came in and laid upon the Speakers table the following written message from the Governor to wit:
Gentlemen of the Senate and of the House of Representatives: The Chief Magistrate of our country having so lately, and in a manner so satisfactory detailed to our national Legislature the posture of our national concerns, J
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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