Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P079A.pdf)
Tuesday February 7th " 1828
[Resolve - aggressions [?] on the N E. Boundary]
Resolve relating to aggresions upon the North Eastern Boundary of the State was read a second time and passed to be engrossed sent down for concurrence-
[Bill - Penobscot Mill Dam]
Mr Washburn from the Committee reported Bill to incorporate the Penobscot Manufacturing, and amended by striking out "Manufacturing" in the little and inserting, "Mill Dam" and otherwise, referred to the next Legislature and ordered to be printed in one of the Newspapers printed in Bangor in the County of Penobscot, three weeks successively, the last publication to be sixty days before the next Legislature. Sent down for concurrence.
[Bill Moosebrook sluiceway]
Bill to incorporate the Proprietors of Moosebrook Sluiceway came up amended for concurrence and the Senate concurred.
[Bill - Town of Foxcroft to No 7-]
Bill to set off part of the town of Foxcroft and annex the same to township No.7 in the Eighth Range
[Bill. P.Stage Co.]
" additional to incorporate the Portland Stage Company.
[" destruction of fish in the Cobscook]
" to prevent the destruction of fish in Cobscook River the town of Whiling and
[Resolve - internal improvement]
Resolve relating to internal improvements were severally read a second time and passed to be engrossed. Sent down for concurrence
[Bill. Portland Mutual Fire insurance Com-]
Bill incorporating the Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company was taken up and referred to Messrs Megguier, Hathaway and Richardson
[pet of J. Dole & als Bill - Bangor Bridge]
Mr. Sweat from the Committee on Turnpikes &c on the petition of John Dole and others reported, Bill incorporate the Proprietors of the Bangor Bridge and the same was read once and tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading; and
[pet Town of Pittsfield]
on their petition reported Resolve in favor of the town of Pittsfield and
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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