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Senate Journal 1825 (30-318504-P160B.pdf)

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-on the subject of malicious trespasses 162

-on fixing the salaries of Registers of Probate &c 163 report 253

-on the powers of surveyors of Highways and Selectmen of towns as to the expenditure of money 165 report 204

-on authorizing certain ministers to solemnize marriages throughout the State 167 report 232

-on the subject of providing by law for the Governor to carry into effect the Treaties with Indians 171

-on the subject of altering the laws respecting reviews 186 report 222

-on the subject of contracts made with commissioners of the Land office of the Com: of Massachusetts 188 – 196

-to enquire if any alterations are necessary concerning auditors 188

-on the subject of the sale of timber on the public lands 189

-on the sale of timber on the lands of the Passamaquoddy Indians 197

-on the subject of a recess and also where the next Legislature shall convene 198 rept 218 253

-on the expediency of taking a census for certain purposes 210

-on the subject of quieting settlers on the undivided lands 220

-on the subject of protection & sale of public lands 220

-on engrossed Bills additional to 224

-on the subject of compensation to Clergymen 226

-to ascertain who are the candidates to fill the vacancy in the Senate 228 report 233

-of Conference relative to land adjoining Gilead 233 report 242

-on the compensation to the several officers of the two Houses 234

-of Conference on the Bill imposing fines on towns who neglect to send Representatives 234 Report 248

-of Conference on the Act to organize govern & discipline the Militia of this State 241, 249 Reports 246, 254

-of Conference the Act to secure rent to lessors of house lots and Mill Privileges 254 report 256

-of Conference on the additional Act to incorporate certain persons for the purpose of building a Bridge between Portland & Falmouth 249 report 253

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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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Language: English

Date: 1825

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