House Journal 1827 (30-318942-P017B.pdf)
21 [underline]On change of Names[end underline] Messrs Shaw of Wiscasset Smith of Newfield Adams of Cherryfield
[underlined]On engrossed Bitts[end underline] Messrs Emerson of York Pierce of Green Humphrey of Gray Lord of Kennebunkport Robinson of Wassalboro
[underline]On the Pay Roll.[end underline] Messrs Bridgham of Leeds Holt of Norway Perkins of Topsham
An order came from the Senate for concurrence appointing on their part the following Joint Standing Committees which were joined by the House as follows - viz
[underlined]On literature and Literary Institutions.[end underline] Messrs Washburne Hathaway of the Senate
Messrs Davis of Augusta Mitchell of Portland Evans of Gardiner of the House
[underlined]On State Lands.[end underline] Messrs Williams Dunn of the Senate
Messrs Vance of Baring Pitts of Belgrade Davee of Dover of the House
[underlined]On incorporation of Towns.[end underline] Messrs Dennet Gardiner of the Senate
Messrs White of Monmouth Butler of Farmington Cummings of Paris of the House.
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