House Journal 1823 (30-318938-P028A.pdf)
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House concurred and Messrs Wilkins of N.C, Fox and Dascomb were joined.
Remonstrances of town of Boothbay } - of town of Whitefield } - of town of Harpswell } - of town of Bristol } - of Converse Lilly & others } all against a division of the County of Lincoln & the erection of a new County - were severally read & referred to the last mentioned committee who have under consideration the petition of George Rogers & others - Sent up for concurrence -
[Resolve - State printing -]
Resolve, relating to the printing for the State, was read as engrossed & finally passed.
[election of Wm. Vance]
The Committee on elections, to whom was referred sundry remonstrances against the election of William Vance, returned as a Representative, reported that he is entitled to hold his seat in this House, - on motion the report was ordered to lie upon the table.
James L Child
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