Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P033B.pdf)
Tuesday January 15th 1828
A communication was received from Charles Hutchings, Jun signifying his acceptance of the office of Counsellor was re- ceived read and sent down. [right margin] Chas. Hutchings Jr acceptance of counsellor
On motion by Mr. Hathaway Ordered that all Bills shall be presented to the Governor for his approbation + signature by the Secretary of the Senate after the same shall have been passed to be enacted, and all Resolves after the same shall have finally passed and severally received signatures of the presiding officers of both branches of the Legislature and a record thereof shall be made upon the Jour- -nal. [right margin] Order directing that Bills + resolves be presented to the Governor for his ap- probation + a record thereof on the Jour- nal.
On motion by Mr. Hathaway a message was sent to the House of Representatives proposing a Convention forthwith for the purpose of qualifying Charles Hutchings Jun Coun sellor elect. concurred. [right margin] message to the House proposing a conven tion to qualify Chas Hutchings Jr couns elect
Petition of Joshua Carpenter that a certain sum by him laid out on a road leading from township No. 2 old Indian purchase to Matanwacook stream may be allowed him on demands held by the State against him referred in the House to Messrs Lord, Fogg and Waymouth came up for concurrence and the Senate concurred and joined Messrs Megquier and Parsons. [right margin] Pet of J. Carpenter
Petition of Joseph Leighton of Westbrook to be annexed to Falmouth " of Nehemiah Bassett + al agt their own Remonstrance were severally referred to the committee on Parishes + in concurr- ence with the House. [right margin] Pet of Jos. Leighton Pet of N. Bassett + al
Petition of Nathan Weston Jun and others in behalf of the Gard- iner Lyceum for a continuance of Legislative aid was referred in concurrence to the committee on Literature +c [right margin] Pet of N. Weston Jr + als
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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