Senate Journal 1826 (30-318505-P098A.pdf)
Monday next 10 oclock assigned for a second reading
Mr. Stebbins, from the same Committee, on the following orders viz, respecting an alternation of the Laws relating to trespass and the punishment of the same - respecting town ways, highways, surveyors and Harbour masters - reported that Legislation on said propositions is unnecessary Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. Came up concurred
Mr. Churchill from the special Committee on an order of the 10th of January reported " Bill extending the Jurisdiction of the Municipal Court, for the town of, Portland and of Justices of the Peace, which was read a first time and Monday next, 10 oclock assigned for a second reading
Mr. Stebbins, from the Committee on the Judiciary on the several petitions, of Joseph Kelsey and others, of Selectmen of Concord, of Selectmen of New Portland, of Selectmen of Pittisfield, of Selectmen of Doozr [?], of Selectmen of Dixfield, of Selectmen of Harrison, of Selectmen of Parkman, of Clerk & assessors of Plantation No 1 and of Robert Cousins and others, reported that the Petitioners have leave to withdraw their petition, Read & committed to Messrs Pond, Holland and Wilson
Mr. Williams, from the Committee to whom was committed the "Bill respecting Lotteries and Lottery
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