Senate Journal 1826 (30-318505-P017B.pdf)
On Accounts. Messrs Scamman and Parsons Messrs Blaney, White and Hodgman
[Samuel M. Pond is qualified & takes his seat.]
Afternoon, The Board came to order pursuant to adjournment. Samuel Pond a Senator elect appeared, was qualified and took his seat,
[Standing Committees of the Senate.]
The President announced from the Chair the appointment of the following standing Committees viz
[On Bills in 2d Reading]
On Bills in the Second Reading Messrs Stebbins, Dunlap, Prime. Parsons, Dunn, Williams and Pond.
[On Engrossed Bills]
On Engrossed Bills Messrs Churchill, Green, Scamman, Southwick and Kimball.
[Reference of the several subjects in the Govr' Message.]
On motion by Mr. Williams ordered, that so much of the Governor Message, as relates to the Northeastern boundary of the State, and to the public Lands, and the doings of the Commissioners under the " Act providing for the ( separation
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