Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P080A.pdf)
plantations in the State, according to the number of scholars commencing, at such time as by law shall be hereafter provided." the question on adopting this amendment, ordered to be taken by yeas and nays was decided in the affirmative as follows
[Yeas and Nays]
Yeas Messrs Megguier, Mace, Kavanagh, Herrick, Hathaway, Shaw, Williams, Cutler, Cushman, Grover, Weston, Parsons, 12
Nays Messrs Dennett, Sweat, Emery, Richardson, Miller, Washburn and Balkam, 7.
and The question shall this Bill now passed to be engrossed was decided in the affirmative by yeas and nays as follows
[Yeas and Nays]
Yeas Messrs Dennett, Sweat, Emery, Megguier, Kavanagh, Richardson, Miller, Herrick, Hathaway, Shaw, Balkam, Williams, Cutler, Cushman, Washburn, Grover, Weston and Parson 18
Nays Mr. Mace 1 and so the Bill was passed to be engrossed as amended and sent down for concurrence
[Bill - Taxes]
Mr Williams from the Committee reported "Bill additional to an Act concerning the assessment and collection of taxes, and the same was read a second time and passed to be engrossed as amended sent down for concurrence -
[Bill - from Westbrook to Falmouth]
Afternoon, Bill to set off Joseph Leighton from Westbrook to Falmouth came up amend for concurrence and the Senate concurred.
[Resolve Josiah Fowle]
Resolve in favor of Josiah Fowle was read once, tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading and committed to Messrs Washburn, Williams and Grover.
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