Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P036B.pdf)
of James M. Williams and others Remonstrance of Robert Andrews " of Daniel Barnard +al against the peti- -tion of certain Inhabitants of Bridgton for incorporation of a Parish were severally referred in concurrence to the comm- -ittee on Parishes +c [right margin] Rem of R. Andrews " of D. Barnard +al
Bill additional to an Act setting off Isaiah Jenkins and others from the town of Litchfield and annexing them to the town of Wales was read once and tomorrow 10 o clock ass- -igned for a second reading. [right margin Bill addl to an act setting off I. Jenkins +als from town of Litchfield +c
Agreeably to assignment the two Houses met in convention for the purpose of electing a Treasurer of State Messrs Sweat, Kavanagh, Hyde, Humphrey and Richardson appointed a committee to receive, sort and count the votes reported that the whole number of votes given was 162 Necessary to constitute an election 82 Mark Harris had 84 and was declared duly elected and the convention separated. [right margin] Treasurer of State chosen
In Senate " Mr. Williams from the committee on that part of the Governor's speech relating to the Houlton road and other In- -ternal improvements reported Resolve for making the road from Baring to Houlton plantation near Buskahegan. Read once and tomorrow at 10 o clock assigned for a second reading. committed to Messrs Washburn, Balknam and Mace. [right margin] Report on Gov speech Resolve for making road from Baring to Houlton plantation
Mr. Williams from the committee on the Governor's special message of January 9th relating to the Matanawcook road reported an additional Resolve for opening and clearing the road from the south line of township No.. 2 Old Indian purchase on the East side of Penobscot River to Matanawcook stream. Read once and tomorrow 10 o clock assigned for a second reading. [right margin] Rept on Gov speech An additional Resolve for opening + clearing road from S. line of township no.2 to Mat anawcook stream
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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