Senate Journal 1826 (30-318505-P121B.pdf)
An additional Resolve providing for the promulgation and distribution of the Laws and Resolves of the State, which was read a first time and Monday next, at 10 oclock assigned for a second reading.
Mr. Southwick, from the Committee on Engrossed Bills reported the 'Bill authorizing a Lottery for improving the Navigation of Kennebec River," to be truly copied, and on motion by Mr. Southwick, the Senate reconsidered their vote passing this Bill to be engrossed. Mr. Southwick then proposed certain amendments which were adopted and the bill was passed to be reengrossed as amended, and a message was sent to the House informing them thereof and requesting their concurrence,
On motion by Mr. Pond the Senate resolved itself into a Committee of the whole on the further consideration of the "Bill establishing the County of Waldo," Mr. Dunlap of Cumberland in the chair and after having the same under consideration the Committee rose and reported the Bills with amendments, and the Senate accepted the Report.
Mr. Pond of Hancock has leave of absence after to day.
Mr. Francis of Kennebec has leave of absence after Monday next.
Mr. Churchill from the Committee on Engrossed Bills, reported the following to be truly copied viz Bill further regulating the admission of attorneys, Bill
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