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Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P025A.pdf)

34 [left margin] Pet of Town of Liberty [main body] Petition of the town of Liberty that the lines of said town may be defined [left margin] " of B.R. Jones [main body] " or Benjamin R. Jones of No 10 Eastern Division of Washington County for incorporation as a town and {left margin] Rem of J. Balch + als [main body] Remonstrance of John Balch and others agt the petition of John Crane and others praying incorporation of a town by the name of Adams [left margin] " N.C. Davis " Israel Smith [main body] " Nathan C. Davis " Israel Smith agt setting off that part of Palmyra called the IIs were severally referred in concurrence to the committee on Incorporation of towns

[left margin] Pet of [?] Kimball + als [main body] Petition of Issachar Kimball and others of Lyman for incorrpo- ration by the name of the Proprietors of the Congrega- tional meeting house in Lyman and [left margin] " of J. Barker + als " of Jonathan Barker and others of Bridgton to be incor- porated into a Parish were severally referred to the committee on Parishes +c, in concurrence.

[left margin] pet Inh of Thomaston " Inh. of Camden [main body] Petition of the Inhabitants of Thomaston " of the Inhabitants of Camden for an alteration of the Law relating to the inspection of Lime and Lime Casks were severally referred in concurrence to the committee on Manufactures

[left margin] Pet of Jas McLellan " or H.G. Balch " of Lem Shaw + als [main body] Petition of James McLellan and others fr an alteration of the Law regarding the inspection of fish, " of Horatio G. Balch and others respecting fisheries in Machias East River and " of Lemuel Shaw and others respecting fisheries in Prospect stream were severally referred in concurrence to the committee on Interior Fisheries.

[left margin] " Wm Lowder + als [main body] Petition of William Lowder and others for incorporation to improve the navigation of the Penobscot River [left margin] " of Benj Fisk + als [main body] " of Benjamin Fisk and others for a canal at Old Town Petition

Description: 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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Language: English

Date: 1828

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