House Journal 1825 (30-318940-P105A.pdf)
200 between the two Houses upon a Bill entitled an act in addition to ana ct to secure rent to lessors & having met & conferred freely on the subject, reported that the conferees has agreed respectively to recommend to their respective Houses to recede from their votes and adopt the amendment on the paper annexed - Read & accepted - amendment adopted. Sent up for concurrence
Bill in addition to an act to secure rent to lessors of houselots & Mill privileges, was amended according to the preceding report passed to be engrossed - and sent up for concurrence.
A message was received from the Senate informing this House that when they adjourn, it will be to 7 o'clock this evening
Ordered that Daniel Quinnam be made up ten dollars additional pay for extra services on the Committee on Accounts. read & passed.
Bill in addition to the several acts now in force to organize, govern and discipline the Militia of this Start, came from the Senate with sundry further amendments for concurrence. The House concurred a part of the proposed amendments, reported the remainder made additional amendments to the Bill - and their ordered it to lie on the table.
Bill in addition to an act [crossed out through &]to secure rent to lessors of houseboats & for incorporating certain persons for building [crossed out through "was"]Milll privileges, was a bridge over Back Cove River between Portland & Falmouth. & for supporting the same was passed to be Enacted. Sent up for concurrence.
Resolve directing the Attorney General to institute a process of [underlined]Quo [underlined]Warrants angst Proprietors of Catham Bridge was finally passed. Sent up for concurrence.
Adjourned to meet at 7 oclock this evening.
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