House Journal 1823 (30-318938-P036A.pdf)
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to Messrs Adams of Portland, Knight and Russell.
[pet. -John Wise]
Petition of John Wise for an allowance of his account - was read & referred, in concurrence with the Senate, to the committee on accounts.
[pet. - Bowdoin]
Petition of a Committee of the town of Bowdoin - also Remonstrance of Nobleboro' } do of Warren } do of Woolwich } all upon the subject of the division of the County of Lincoln were, read and referred to the committee who have under consideration the petition of George Rogers & others. Sent up for concurrence.
Petition, of the town of Baldwin for leave to sell ministerial lands &c - of Hermon Lodge to be incorporated also,
Remonstrances - of Benjamin Bisbee of Harmony agst the petition of said town for authority to sell ministerial & school lands - of Blue hill agst. the pet. of Daniel Faulkner & als were, read and referred to the committee on ministerial & school lands &c. Sent up for concurrence.
[pet. Wm. West]
Petition of William West of Hollis for a new trial, was, read and referred to the committee on new trials. Sent up for concurrence.
[pet. Calvin Gibbs & al]
Petition of Calvin Gibbs and others living on the bay of Fundy, for the passage of a law prohibiting the setting of nets - was read and referred to the Committee on
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