Senate Journal 1825 (30-318504-P025B.pdf)
42 1825 Senate January 12 1825 [Petitions referred] The following Petitions committed in the House to the Committee on New Trials, came up for concurrence, viz. Petition of Thomas Clark and others for an additional term of the Court of Common Pleas and Supreme Judicial Court in Oxford County; Petition of Luke Lambard of Bath to be remunerated for the sum of $500 paid by him as surety for the appearance at Court of his son Robert S. Lambard; Petition of John Blake in behalf of the town of Berlin, to be allowed to vote with some District for Representatives; Petition of the Assessors of Plantation No. 12 in Washington county to have their doings made valid. Petition of the Selectmen of Hartland to have their doings made valid; Petition of the Selectmen of St. Albans to have the Highway tax in money; Petition of the Selectmen of Raymond to have their records made valid. Petition of Nancy Swett and others, for authorizing to convey certain lands; Petition of Thomas Sinclair to have his acts as a Justice of the Peace made valid; Petition of Selectmen of Newburgh to make legal a certain town meetings; Petition of Thomas Cobb to be refunded the duty paid the State by him as Clark of the County in Hancock County; Petition of Joseph Dyer and others of Freeman and Phillips for an amendment of
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