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House Journal 1825 (30-318940-P124B.pdf)

239 C. continued. Committees - continued " extending provisions of an act respecting Inholders & to to owners & possessors of private houses. 140. " omit of taxes of plan. No 1-7th range Penobscot Co [underlined]$4..05- 143. " sale of timber on Lands of Passamaquoddy Indians. 146. " [underlined]duties required of Sheriffs Constables altered or limited. 146. 174. " reducing [underlined]decimal to [underlined]net hundred. 149. 158. " when Legislature may have a recess & where next shall hold its session. 150. 198. " to enquire what lands near Gilead belong to two states &. 151. 164. 175. " on compensation to Chaplains. 171. " authorizing Treasurer to purchase fuel. 172. " contingent fund at disposal of the governor. 172. " quieting settlers on St Johns & Madawaska. 173. " protection of timber on the public lands &. 173. " compensation to scribe, & to engrossing Clerks. 175. " fund in SecY of States hands to buy Stationary &. 184. " compensation to officers of two Houses. 184. " inform Governor, Legislature have finished the necessary business &. 203.

D. Doorkeeper and Page. 8. 11. 19. Deaf and Dumb. 22. 28. 35. 168.

F. William W Fuller, arraigned for contempt 65. 67 & 68.

G. Governor, administered oath of qualification to members & 6. " elected, notified and qualified 11. 13. 14. Greenleafs Reports 2nd Vol.24. Georgia Resolutions. 54

[underlined]I. Indices to Laws & Resolves to be made by Secretary of State 138.

[underlined]L. Lafayette 23. 81 Land Agents Report 54. 57. 136

Description: The journal of the House of Representatives documents the proceedings in the chamber, including actions taken on bills, petitions and reports from committees read, and votes taken. The journals are not transcripts and therefore do not include floor speeches that are found in the modern Legislative Records.

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Language: English

Date: 1825

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