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Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P057B.pdf)

[99] read and accepted sent down for concurrence concurred

[Bill treating at election] Mr Sweat from the committee on bills in the second reading reported bill prohibiting the practice of training on days of public election and the same was committed to Messrs Mequir Hathaway and parsons

[order of H.R. Bridge over Cathance River] order of the house of representatives that the committee on turnpikes bridges and canals inquire into the expediency of repealing a law granting liberty to Samuel gray and others to build a free bridge over the Cathance river and passing an act in addition to said act authorising the town of bowdoinham and tpsaham to repair and build said bridge and

[Order of H. R. Fish in Dyers River] that the committee on interior fisheries be requested to take into consideration the expeidency of altering the law ientitled an act to regulate the taking of fish in dyers river passed february 7 1822 with leave to report by bill or otherwise were severally read and passed in concurrence

[Bill - norridgewock to Milbrun] Mr Dennet from the committee reported with amendments bill to annex a part of the town of norridowock to the t own of millrun and the asthma was passed to benegrossed as amended sent down for concurrence

[Report on order of 26th Jany] Report of the Committee on literature and literary institutions on an order of January 16th directing them to inquire into the expediency of altering the existing laws relative to the duties of school committees that any alteration is inexpedient cam from the house accepted fro concurrence and the Senate Concurred

[Bill Eden to Anson] Mr Grover from the Committee on engrossed bill reported the following two be truly copied viz Bill to set off a tract of land from Eden to Anson [Bill M Mo R. A. Chapter] “ to incorporate the Charity fund of Mt Moriah Royal

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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Language: English

Date: 1828

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