House Journal 1821 Volume 1 (30-41314-P021A.pdf)
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34 Counties be committed to Messrs Potter and Ripley with such as the House may join with leave to report by Bill or otherwise. In Senate January 12th 1821 Read and passed Sent down for concurrence Read and concurred and Messrs Redington of Vassalboro', Shaw of Newport and Dennet of Kittery are joined.
[Committee - Penobscot Indians] Ordered, That so much of the Governors Message as relates to the Penobscot Indians be committed to Messrs Gage and Seaver with such as the House may join, with leave to report by bill or otherwise.
In the Senate Jany 12th 1821. Read and passed. Sent down for concurrence. Read and concurred and Messrs Smith of Wiscasset, Davis of Orono and Crowell of Waterville are joined.
[Committee - expenses of Government] Ordered, That so much of the Governor's Message as relates to the expences [expenses] of the different Branches of the Government and compensation to its various Officers be committed to Messrs Foxcroft & Green with such as the House may join with leave to report by bill or otherwise.
In Senate Jany 12th 1821. Read and passed. Send down for concurrence. Read and concurred and Messrs. Dunn of Poland, Chase of South Berwick and Hooper of Paris are joined.
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