House Journal 1825 (30-318940-P019B.pdf)
29. An order came from the Senate for concurrence appointing Messrs Ripley & Parlin with such as the House may join a committee to take into consideration, what alterations, if any, are necessary in the existing laws relative to the Courts of Sessions with leave to report by bill or otherwise - The House concurred and Messrs Wingate of Bath Deane of Ellsworth & Burns of Madison were joined.
Ordered that Messrs Blaney of Bristol, Boutelle of Waterville & Spring of Saco be a committee to see what alteration, if any is necessary in the law regulating the fees of Sheriffs & other officers in the levying of Executions - read & passed.
Petitions of Joseph Emery 3d of Bloomfield for a pension - - of James Pomroy of Hampden for a pension - - of Revel Weston of Norridgewock for a pension - - were severally read & referred to the committee on sick & wounded soldiers - Sent up for concurrence -
Petitions, of Officers of 1st Reg. 2d Brig & 2 Div on subject of Militia Law - - of Ezra Treat & als on same subject - - of Charles Morse & als on same subject - - of Officers of 2d Reg. 1st Brig. & 7 Div. on same subject - - of Leonard Blanchard & als on same subject - were severally read & referred to the committee on Militia & Military affairs. Sent up for concurrence.
Petition of Benja Gray & als of Sedgwick to be annexed to Bluehill - - of John Douglass & als of No 11 Washington Co to be incorporated as a town - - of Selectmen of Cherryfield to have their doings made valid - - of James Parker & als of Litchfield to be annexed to Hallowell - were severally read & referred to the committee on the incorporation of towns. Sent up for concurrence.
Petition of David Richardson & als on subject of fisheries in Penobscot River was read & referred to the committee on Interior fisheries. Sent up for concurrence -
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