Senate Journal 1826 (30-318505-P108A.pdf)
order respecting the exemption of Pews from attachment &c, reported that they had considered the same and that a Bill is on its passage making certain exemptions, and if the proposed amendment ought to be made it will be most convenient to attach the same to that Bill. Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence Came up concurred,
Mr. Stebbins from the same Committee on several orders - respecting the amendment of the laws relating to Executors. Administrators and Guardians - amendment of the act additional for the limitation of actions real and personal and writs of error - alterations in the law respecting costs in criminal prosecutions, reported that, on each of said proposition Legislation is unnecessary. Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. Ca,e up concurred.
Mr. Churchill from the Committee, on order of the twelfth of January respecting compensation to Clerks and messenger, reported "Resolve providing compensation for certain officers of the Legislature." and Resolve respecting Clerk hire in the public officers and the same were severally read a first time and tomorrow, at 10 oclock assigned for a second reading
Bill to set off Benjamin Woodbury and others from Buckfield Paris passed to be engrossed in the Senate February 7 came up from the House refused a second reading, and now the Senate adhere to their former vote. Sent down,
Bill to incorporate the Litchfield Manufacturing Company was used a first time and tomorrow, at 10 clock assigned
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