House Journal 1825 (30-318940-P022A.pdf)
34. Petition of William A Drew & als for a law prohibiting Pedlars & from vending their goos & wares - was read & referred to Messrs Chapman of Vienna, Butterfield of Farmington & Wingate of Bath.
Petition of Nathl M Lowney of Belfast to be admitted to practise as an Attorney - was read & referred to Messrs Shaw of Northport, Vance of No 6 & Hathaway of Bluehill.
Petition of Cumberland Bank for an increase of Capital Stock - referred in Senate to the Committee on Banks & Banks, came down for concurrence - and the House concurred -
Petition of Jonathan Nelson of Palermo for a Pension, taken from last years files, came from the Senate referred to the committee on Sick & wounded soldiers for concurrence - and the House concurred.
Remonstrance of Aaron Hill & others against the election of Joshua Carpenter of Sebec as a member of the House & was read & referred to the Committee on Elections.
Resolve for purchasing Greenleaf's Reports, was read once and tomorrow at 10 o'clock assigned for a 2d Reading.
Petition of the offices of 1st Reg. 1. Brig. 2d Division of the Militia of Maine was read & referred to the Committee on Militia and Military affairs - Sent up for concurrence.
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