House Journal 1821 Volume 1 (30-41314-P042B.pdf)
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standing Committee on Incorporation of Towns. Sent up for concurrence. Read and concurred.
[order - How notices can be given with less expence in certain cases -]
Ordered, that Messrs Redington, Wheeler and Cushman be a Committee to consider in what manner the passage of such Acts and Resolves of a local nature as usually require Orders of Notice may be facilitated and rendered less expensive with leave to report by Bill or otherwise. Read and passed.
[pet. town of York -]
Petition of the Committee of the Town of York respecting paupers &c Read and committed to the Committee to whom was referred so much of the Governors Message as relates to Paupers. Sent up for concurrence.
[Report - Sandy River Agricultural Society -]
Committee on petition of Sandy River Agricultural Society - report leave to bring a Bill. Read and accepted.
[Bill - to incorporate Sandy River Agricultural Society]
Bill "to incorporate the Sandy River Agricultural Society" Read a first and second time and tomorrow at 12 o clock assigned for a third reading.
[Order - committee to enquire into standing of the Banks, &c &c]
Ordered that Messrs Adams of Portland, Wheeler of Camden and Lord of Gardiner be a Committee to enquire into the expediency of appointing commissioners to examine into the doings and transactions of the several incorporated
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