House Journal 1825 (30-318940-P119A.pdf)
228 (see page 139) Two the Senate, and House of Representatives: Previous to the recent execution at Castine, upon the application of the Sheriff of the County of Hancock, a military company was ordered out, by the Major General oof the third Division to act as a Guard on that occasion. The Roll of those who performed the duty has been transmitted to me and is herewith laid before the Legislature. From inquiry into the case, I am fully satisfied, that the services, of this Company were necessary, and would therefore, suggest the propriety of making provision for their payment. Council Chamber February 14, 1825 Albion K Parris.
(see page 153.) To the Senate, and House of Representatives: The Adjutant General having reported the resignation of Major General Blossom of the sixth Division and the same having been accepted, I now make known to the two branches of the Legislature, that the office of Major General of the sixth Division of the Militia of this Start is vacant. Council Chamber February 17 1825. Albion K. Parris.
(see page 159.) Tot the Senate, and the House of Representatives: Some important alterations having been made in the arrangement of the second and eighth Divisions of the Militia of this State, I have thought it proper that the same be communicated to the two branches of the Legislature for this information. The Secretary will therefore, lay before you
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