Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P082A.pdf)
[Bill - N. Yarmouth Man. Company]
Bill to incorporate the North Yarmouth Manufacturing Company, was read a second time and passage refused Sent down for concurrence.
[Bill - Poor Debtors -]
Mr. Williams from the Committee the Judiciary reported with amendment Bill additional to the relief of Poor Debtors as the following, amendment was proposed at B. " Strike out "County," and insert "town" in which the goal is situated." the question on the adoption of this amendment ordered to be taken by yeas and nays was decided in the negative as follows
[Yeas & Nays]
Yeas Messrs Williams and Weston, 2
Nays Messrs Dennett, Sweet, Emery, Megquier, Mace, Kavanagh, Richardson, Miller, Herrick, Balkham, Hathaway, Shaw, Cutler, Cushman, Washburn, Grover and Parsons 17
The Bill was then passed to be engrossed as amended and sent to the House of Representatives for their concurrence.
[Bill - Abyssinian So.]
Mr. Megquier moved a reconsideration of the vote whereby, the Senate refused a second reading of the Bill to incorporate the Abyssinian Society, and on taking the question the motion prevailed, the Bill was then ordered to a second reading, again read and passed to be engrossed. Sent down for concurrence
[Bill - agencies of insurance companies]
Mr. Williams from the Committee on the Judiciary on an order of January 22", reported Bill regarding within this state the agencies of insurance Companies established or incorporate without the same", Read once and tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading.
[Resolve - James Irish]
Mr Washburn from the Committee on State Lands reported Resolve in favor of James Irish and the same was read once and this afternoon at 4 oclock assigned for a second reading, adjourned
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