House Journal 1825 (30-318940-P024A.pdf)
38 Petitions, of Cornelius Thomas of Bowdoin to alter the line between that town & Lisbon - - of Nathaniel Corson of Dearborn to be annexed to Waterville - - of Elijah Low & all of Frankfort to be annexed to Monroe - - of Plan. No 16. Washington County to be incorporated by name of Baring - - of Levi Whitman & al to set of certain lots of land from Paris to Norway - were referred to the committee on incorporation of towns. Sent up for concurred[concurrence].
Remonstrances, of James Gower & al agst incorporation of plantation No 7 - of Aaron Brown & als agst alteration of dividing line between Cornville & Athens - - of Plamentin Dagget & als agst. pet. of H & H Mantorr & B. C. Norton & als - were referred task mentioned committee - Sent up for concurrence
Petitions of Benjamin & al for a New trial - - of William Bowman of Wiscasset fo a new trial - - of Selectmen of Athens that the doings of said town may be made valid - - of Thomas Farrington & als of Fryeburg Addition to be added to Representation district & - - of William Hilton & als to be defunded a certain sum of money paid by them for breach of a certain laws} - of Inhabitants of Durham for a New trial were severally read & referred to the committee on new trials. Sent up for concurrence.
Petitions of William McGloufton & als to remove the destructions in Pennaquan River - - of Saml Kelley & als for authority to erect a toll Bridge from Calair across to a certain Island - were, severally read & referred to the committee on turnpikes, bridges & Canals - Sent up for concurrence.
Petition of Nathaniel Cushman of Belmont for a pension was read and referred to the committee on sick and wounded soldiers. Sent up for concurrence.
Petition of Japbeth[?] C Washburn & als for a law to prohibit Pedlars & from vending their wares - was read & referred tot Messrs Chapman of Vienna, Butterfield of Farmington & Wingate of Bath -
Petition of Thomas Merrill for authority to change his name - was read & referred to the committee on change of names.
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