Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P049B.pdf)
83 Retailers and common victuallers was read once, Thursday 10 oclock assigned for a second reading and committed to Messrs Dennett, Kavanagh and Richardson. [right] retailers + victuallers
Bill additional concerning the assessment and collection of taxes was read once Friday 10 o clock assigned for a second reading and committed to Messrs Williams, Balkam + Kavanagh [right] Bill - Taxes
Bill to set off a tract of land from Emden to Anson came up amended for concurrence and the Senate concurred. [right] Bill - Emden to Anson
Bill to annex a part of the town of Norridgewock to the town of Milburn was read once, ordered to a second reading, again read + passed to be engrossed. s.d.f.c. [right] Bill - Norridgewock to Milburn
Bill to incorporate the Methodist meeting house Corporation in Bangor was read once and tomorrow 10 o clock assigned for a second reading. [right] Bill Methodist meeting house Bangor
Bill to divide the town of Edgecomb and incorporate that part thereof known by the name of Jeremy Squam Island into a town by the name of Westport, as amended, [right] Bill Edgecomb + Westport [main] Bill to regulate the taking of fish on the Narraguagus River , as amended and [right] Bill - fish in Narraguagus River [main] and Resolve in favor Thompson Pond Plantation as amended, were severally read a second time and passed to be engrossed. Sent down for concurrence. [right] Resolve Thomp Pond Plantation.
Mr Emery of the Committee reported Resolve in favor of the town of Steuben and the same was read a second time and passed to be engrossed in concurrence. [right[ Resolve - Steuben Mr. Balkam from the Committee reported Resolve relating to the State Arsenal and the same was read a second time and passed to be engrossed in concurrence. [right] State Arsenal
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