Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P034B.pdf)
provisions relative to this subject may be deemed expedi ent and necessary, was read and nonconcurred, referred to Messrs Megquier and Miller with such as the House may join. Sent down for concurrence and Messrs Clark, Jewettand Ingalls were joined.
On motion by Mr. Washburn the petition of the Proprietors of Oxford Bridge was taken from the files and referred to the committee on Turnpikes, Bridges and Canals. Sent down for concurrence. concurred. [right margin] Pet. of Proprietors of Oxford Bridge
Mr. Balknam was charged with a message to the Governor and Council informing them of the qualification of Charles Hutchings Junr this day in convention. [right margin] Message to the Gov + Council informing the qualification of Chs Hutchings Jr
Mr. Megquier was charged with a message to the Governor and Council informing them of the election of Amos Nichols Esq. to the office of Secretary of State and his acceptance there- of. [right margin] Message to Gov + Council informing election of A. Nichols Secy of State
Mr. Miller of the committee on Parishes +c reported leave for a bill on the several petitions of Benjamin Nourse + others and of Samuel L. Valentine + others Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. conc. [right margin] Rept on pet B Nourse +als " S.L. Valentine
Mr. Parsons from the committee on Interior Fisheries re- -ported leave for a bill on the several petitions of Horatio G. Balch + others and of Joseph Allen and others. Read and acc- epted. Sent down for concurrence. [right margin] Report. Leave to withdraw on pet. H.G. Balch + als " J. Allen + als
Mr Cushman from the committee on Literature and Lit- erary Institutions reported leave for a bill on the several petitions of the Selectmen of Bath andof William Allen. Read and accepted Sent
down for concurrence. concurred. [right margin] Report. leave for Bill on pet of Selectmen of Bath pet of Wm Allen
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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