Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P041A.pdf)
66 [left margin pet of J. Mitchell + others [main body] Petition of Jacob Mitchell and others, Committee of the first Parish in North Yarmouth for Legislative provision respecting their funds and [left margin] " of S. Heald + als [main body] " of Samuel Heald and others for incorporation of Troy temperate literary society were referred in concurr- -ence to the committee on Parishes +c
[left margin] Pet of N. Hills +als [main body] Petition of Nathan Hills and others, for indemnity on acc- -ount of losses sustained by them in contract with the Warden of the State Prison was referred to the committee on the State Prison.
[left margin] " of J. Osgood +als [main body] Petition of James Osgood and others Inhabitants of Fryeburg for Legislative aid in the erection of permanent bridges was referred in concurrence to the committee on Turnpikes, Bridges and Canals.
[left margin] Mem M. Greenleaf [main body] Memorial of Moses Greenleaf for Legislative Patronage of his topographical and statistical works referred in the House to Messrs Carpenter, Pond, Fuller, Smith and Emerson to be joined came up for concurrence and the Senate concurred and joined Messrs Cutler and Parsons.
[left margin] Resolve providing public buildings [main body] Mr Washburn from the committee reported in a new draft Resolve for providing public buildings for the use of the State, ordered to lie on the table.
[left margin] Report on pet of Thurston Card Leave to withdraw [main body] Mr Grover from the Committee on Applications from sick and wounded soldiers reported leave to withdraw on the petition of Thurston Card. Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. concurred. and [left margin] on pets Resolve in favor T. hall Jr " in favor of J. Morrill [main body] on their several petitions, Resolve in favor of Timo Hall Junr Resolve in favor of Josiah Morrill and the same were read once and tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a 2nd read
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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