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Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P066A.pdf)

[116] [Leave to withdraw pet. of N. Hills &al] Mr Cutler from the Committee on the State Prison reported leave to withdraw on the petition of Nathaniel Hills and others read and accepted sent down for concurrence. Concurred

[Leave to withdraw of Isaac Crane &al] Mr Dennett from the committee on Incorporation of towns reported leave to withdraw on the several petitions of Isaac Crane & others and

[“ of S Gardiner & al] of Syms Gardner & others.

Read and accepted, sent down for concurrence. concurred

[Resolve on pet. of In. of Waterboro] leave for a resolve on the petition of the Inhabitants of Waterborough Read and accepted s.d.f.c. concurred

[pet. of T. Cutts &al Bill - Kittery Point Bridge -] Mr Sweat from the Committee on Turnpikes Bridges & Canals, on the petition Thomas Cutts and others reported bill additional to an act to incorporate the Proprietors of Kittery Point Bridge and the same was read once and tomorrow 10 o clock assigned for a second reading


[pet. of J Plummer &al] an order of notice on the petition of Jesse Plummer & al


[pet of S Veasy &al] leave to withdraw on the petition of Samuel Veasey & others read and accepted sent down for concurrence concurred

[pet of S Shaw] Mr Parsons from the Committee on Interior Fisheries on the petition of samuel shaw reported a reference to the next legislature

and

[“ Inhab of Mt Desert] leave for a bill on the petition of Inhabitants of Mt Desert read and accepted sent down for concurrence concurred

[Bill town of Adams] Bill to incorporate the town of Adams

[“ Ship carpenters] “ giving the Ship Carpenters and others a lien on vessels

[“ Jud Courts] “ additional defining the powers of Judicial courts in granting resources and for others purposes


[“ Engine men] Bill to authorize the selectmen of portland and bath to appoint an additional number of engine men were read a second time and passed to be engrossed sent down for concurrence

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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