House Journal 1826 (30-318941-P121A.pdf)
proposition for a conference and appointing on their part Messrs Stebbins, Churchill and Southwick. The House accepted the proposition and appointed on their part Messrs Howard of Augusta, Evans of Gardiner & Hodgman of Warren.
Bill – additional to the several acts now in force respecting Highways, came from the Senate with a proposition for a conference and appointing on their part Messrs Churchill, Parsons & Prime. The House accepted the proposition and appointed on their part Messrs Johnson of Belfast, Richardson of Jefferson & Crabtree of Falmouth.
Bill – imposing a duty on sales at auction, came from the Senate with a proposition for a conference & appointing Messrs Churchill, Dunn & Parsons on their part. The House accepted the proposition and appointed Messrs Longfellow of Portland, McKown of Boothbay & Dunn of Poland
Report on the petition of S. & C. Merrill, referring the same to the next Legislature came from the Senate accepted for concurrence – and the House referred the report to Messrs White of Monmouth, Blaney of Bristol & Hodgman of Warren.
Bill – additional to provide for the sale and settlement of public lands, was amended in several of its provisions, read a third time & passed to be engrossed as thus amended. Sent up for concurrence.
Messrs Allen of Sedgwick & Johnson of Belfast have leave of absence after today.
The committee of Finance reported the following Bill and the report was accepted.
Bill – to apportion and asses on this State a tax of Fifty thousand dollars was read a 1st & 2d time & tomorrow at nine o clock
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