Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P052A.pdf)
88 Thursday January 24th 1828 [left] On pet. of Saml Heald +als Bill - Troy temperate Society [main] Mr. Miller from the Committee on Parishes +c, on the petition of Samuel Heald and others, reported Bill to incorporate the Troy temperate Society and the same was read once and tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading.
[left] pet. of J.P. Bradbury Petitions of Jabez P. Bradbury relating to improvements in surveying and [left] " of E.E. Bourne + others " of Edward E. Bourne and others for incorporation of the Athenaean Society of Bowdoin College were severally referred in concurrence to the Committee on Literature +c.
[left] " Inh. of Palermo Petition of INhabitants of Palermo that said town may be annexed to Lincoln County. [left[ Rem. of Inh Palermo Remonstrance of Nhabitants of Palermo against the same. [left] Pet. of J. W. Patten + als Petition of John W. Patten and others to be set off from Palmyra to Pittsfield and [left Rem. of H. Warren and others against the same [left] Pet of Syms Gardner + als " of I. Leonard + als Petition of Syms Gardner and others " of Isaac Leonard and others for a new county were severally referred in concurrence to the Committee on Incorporated towns
[left] " of J. Prince Petition of Jacob Prince for disbursement of expense incurred in performing his duties as Clerk of a Comp"
[left] " of G. Merrill + als " of Giles Merrill and others officers of the Militia for a revision of the Law were severally referred in concurrence to the Committee on Militia +c.
[Rem of I. Fish] Remonstrance of Ira Fish against the petition of Benjamin Fish and others was referred in concurrence to the Committee on Turnpikes, Bridges and Canals.
[left] On pet. of J. M. McLellan + als Mr. Parsons from the Committee on Interior fisheries on the petition of James McLellan and others reported Bill additional
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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