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Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P079B.pdf)

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[Resolve - town of Pittsfield]

and the same was read once and tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading. and

[pet of D.H. Patterson &c]

an order of notice on the petition of David H. Patterson & others Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence concurred

[pet of George Liden Chaplin & others of A. Fellows & als]

Mr. Miller from the Committee on Parish &c reported a reference to the next Legislature on the petition of Geo. Liden spaiker [?] & als and of Aaron Fellows & others Read and accepted, sent down for concurrence, concurred

[Petition of Sam. Little & als of Bucksport]

and leave to withdraw on the petition of Samuel Little and others of Bucksport in Paroline [?], Read and accepted, Sent down for concurrence, concurred

[pet of H. Hobby & als]

Mr Williams from the committee on the Judiciary, reported leave to withdraw on the petition of Henry Hobbs & others & others. Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred and

[Report on Order of 7th Jany Report on Order of Feby. 1st]

on order of January 7th " respecting alteration of the existing Law relating to poor debtors, that the same subject is embraced in a Bill by that Committee reported. - concurrence, and on an order of February 1st" respecting the regulation of military social libraries, that Legislation is inexpedient. Read and accepted, Sent down for concurrence - concurred

[Bill - promotion of Education]

Mr. Cutler from the Committee reported Bill providing for the promotion of education, - Mr. Cutler proposed the following amendment, viz " Strike out the second section and in lieu thereof, insert the following, Sec. 2nd" Be it further enacted, That the Treasurer of State be directed to keep a separate amount of all monies he may receive from the sales of said land and from the notes in payment therefor, and the same shall constitute a permanent fund to be reserved [?] for the benefit of Primary Schools, and said fund shall be put out at interest, in such manner as a further Legislature shall determine, and the interest shall be annually distributed among the several towns and plantations

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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