Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P055A.pdf)
94 Resolve - Propri of N. 1/2 of Township No 6 9th Range [main] Mr. Hathaway from the Committee reported Resolve in favor of the Pro. of the North half of township No. 6 9th Range in the County of Penobscot and the same was committed to Mssrs. Williams, Washburn and Richardson.
Resolve in favor of Josh. Carpenter [main] Resolve in favor of Joshua Carpenter was taken up and referred to the Committee in that part of the Governor's message relating to internal improvements. Sent down for concurrence. concurred.
On pet. of H. Belcher + als, Bill Pro Centre M. house in Farmington [main] Mr. Miller from the Committee on Parishes +c, on the petition of Hiram Belcher and others reported Bill additional to an Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Centre meeting house in Farmington and the same was read once and tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading.
Pet. of Jas. Stackpole +als [main] Petition of James Stackpole and others Committee of the Stockholders of Waterville Bank for authority to reduce their capital stock was referred in concurrence to the Com.e on Banks +c
" of Cha Greene + als [main] Petition of Charles Greene and others relative to a public road from Athens to Moosehead Lake and thence to the Canada Road was referred in concurrence to the Committee on State Lands.
Bill - M.M. Fire insur. Com [main] Bill to incorporate the Maine Mutual Fire Insurance Company and [left] Bill insp of Fish [main] " additional to provide for the inspection of pickled and smoked fish as amended, were severally read a second time and passed to be engrossed. Sent down for concurrence.
Bill - merrymeeting Bridge Mr. Sweat from the Committee on Turnpikes Bridges and Canals, on an order of January 10th reported Bill additional to an Act to incorporate the Proprietors of Merrymeeting Bridge and the same was read once & tom 10 A.M. ass. for a 2nd Reading ( on motion
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