Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P020B.pdf)
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25 apparel and such other and so much of the personal estate of their deceased husbands as the Judge of Probate shall determine necessary according to their quality and degree and also inquire into the expediency of authorizing the Judge of Probate in their respective Counties to grant license to sell real estate of minor heirs when such sale will in their opinion be for the interest of such heirs, with leave to report by Bill or otherwise, Sent down for concurrence. Concurred.
Order of the House of Representatives that so much of the Governor's speech as relates to the Houlton Road be referred to the committee who have under consideration that part of the Governor's speech relating to the Kennebec or Canada road came up for concurrence and the Senate non concur - Sent down. [Order respecting Governors message on the Houlton Road - from H.R.]
Orders of the House of Representatives, that the committee on the Judiciary be directed to inquire into the expediency of altering the existing laws relative to poor debtors.
" That the committee on the Judiciary be directed to inquire into the expediency of altering the Law respecting hog head shooks and heading exported from this state.
[Order from H.R. directing com. on Jud to inquire into the expediency of allowing sundry Laws]
"That the committee on the Judiciary be directed to inquire into the expediency of an alteration or repeal of the laws relating to the inspection of Butter and Hogslard with leave to re- port by Bill or otherwise were severally read and passed in concurrence.
On motion by Mr Williams, Ordered that until the further order of the Board the Senate will hold but one session per day commencing at ten of the clock on Mon day and at half past nine of the clock on the morning of all other days except Sabbath days. a message was sent to the House requesting their concurrence. Concurred.
[Order, that the Senate will hold but one session a day]
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