Senate Journal 1827 (30-318506-P010A.pdf)
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Mark Dennett has 2448 and is elected Moses Sweat has 2445 and is elected Isaac Emery has 2407 and is elected
In the District of Cumberland the whole number of votes given and returned agreeably to the provisions of the Constitution is 4823 necessary to constitute an election is 2412 Robert P Dunlap has 2705 and is elected James C Churchill has 2583 and is elected Josiah Dunn Junr has 2518 and is elected
In the District of Lincoln the whole number of votes given and returned according to the provisions of the Constitution 3497 necessary to constitute an election 1749 Josiah Stebbins had 2092 and is elected Syms Gardiner has 2002 and is elected Payne Elwell has 1937 and is elected Stephen Parsons has 1932 and is elected
The votes of Appleton plantation are rejected, because the certified copy of the list of votes does not state in what plantation the votes were or of what plantation the Assessors and clerks are officers
In the district of Hancock the whole number of votes given and returned according to the provisions of the constitution is 1700 necessary to constitute and election 851 John S Kimball has 1182 and is elected Joshua W. Hathaway 938 and is elected
The votes of the towns of Brooks, Brooksville, Franklin, Islesboroguh Knox and Penobscot and Mariaville plantation in this District are rejected for the following reasons viz the votes of Brooks are certified to have been given for Senators for the District of Hancock and Washington - The votes of Brooksville and Penobscot and Mariaville plantation because the certified copy of the list does not state how many votes were given for each of the persons voted for - the votes of
The journal of the Senate documents the proceedings in the chamber, including actions taken on bills, petitions and reports from committees read, and votes taken. The journals are not transcripts and therefore do not include floor speeches that are found in the modern Legislative Records.
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