Senate Journal 1825 (30-318504-P131A.pdf)
[Left margin: 1825 February 26.]
Bridge across Back Cove River between Portland and Falmouth,” reported that the Senate ought to recede from their vote, by which they adopted the amendment: and that the conferees on the part of the House had agreed to report that the House ought to recede from their vote upon the same, for the purpose of adopting another amendment to meet the views of each House: Read and accepted.
[Left margin: Bill]
Bill in addition to an Act to secure rent to lessors of House lots and Mill Privileges,” came up, and the House insist upon their vote by which they indefinitely postponed the same: The Senate insist upon their vote, and request a conference, and appoint as conferees Messrs. Dunlap, Churchill and Green: sent down: came up and the House appoint on their part, Messrs. McCobb, Goodenow and White.
[Left margin: Report]
Mr. Dunlap from the Committee on Conference upon the Bill in addition to the several Acts to organize, govern and discipline the Militia of this State,” reported that they had freely conferred with the Committee on the part of the House, and the Committees had agreed to each House an[?] adherence to their votes respectively: Read and accepted, and the Bill was committed to Messrs. Parsons, Scammon and Churchill.
[Left margin: Resolve]
Resolve for the payment of accounts against the State,” came up with amendment in a new draft, in which the Senate concurred and passed the same to be engrossed. Bill
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Description: The journal of the Senate documents the proceedings in the chamber, including actions taken on bills, petitions and reports from committees read, and votes taken. The journals are not transcripts and therefore do not include floor speeches that are found in the modern Legislative Records.
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