Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P082B.pdf)
[Report on Order of Jany 26th]
Afternoon, Mr Williams from the Committee the Judiciary on order of January 26th concerning the expediency of further provision and alteration of the several acts to secure to the owners their property in Logs, Masts & Spars reported the Legislation is inexpedient. Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence concurred
[Order of House Highways -]
Order of the House of Representatives appointing. Messrs Bennocj, Wentworth and Bradford with such as the Senate may join to inquire into the expediency of making some alterations in the Laws providing, for the making and repairing highways & the appointment of highways surveyors, with leave to report by Bill or otherwise, was read and passage refused.
[Pet of I. Lambert Bill estate of I. Lambert.]
Mr. Miller from the Committee on Parishes &c, on his petition reported Bill to annex a part of the estate of Isaac Lambert to the town of Durham and the same was read once, ordered to a second read again read and passed to be engrossed; sent down for concurrence, and
[pet of S.M. Smith Bill. Female Orphan Society]
on the petition of Sally M Smith and others, reported Bill to incorporate the Female Orphan Society Asylum of Portland and the same was read once and committee to Messrs Megguier, Dennett & Cushman
[pet of Wm Philbrook Bill - Town of Chandlerville]
Mr. Dennett from the Committee on incorporation of towns on the petitions of William Philbrook and others, reported Bill to incorporate the town of Chandlerville and the same was read once and committed to Messrs Weston, Williams, and Shaw.
[Bill - Probate Officers]
Bill additional respecting the salaries of Judges & Registers of Probate was read a second time and passed to be engrossed, as amended sayers [?]
[pet. Town of Warren]
Mr Weston from the Committee on Manufacturing reported a reference to the next Legislature on the petition of the town of Warren, Read and accepted Sent down for concurrence Adjourned
Attest, Eben Hutchinson, Sect
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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