Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P088A.pdf)
published in the Eastport Sentinel a Newspapers printed printed at Eastport in the County of Washington three weeks successively, the last publication to be three months before the first Wednesday of the next Legislature, that all persons interested may then appear and be heard, sent down for concurrence. Concurred
[pet of J. Paul & als]
Mr. Dennett from the Committee on Incorporation of towns reported leave to withdraw on the petition of Jeremiah Paul and others, and the Senate amend the Report by referring, the same to the next Legislature Accepted and seat down for concurrence - concurred
[pet of A. Mann & als]
Mr Cushman from the Committee on Literature &c on the petition of A. Mann & others, Trustees of Hallowell Academy, praying for and from the State to enable them to establish instruction in the French and Spanish Languages reported, that however disable it may be that these Languages should be taught in our public Seminaries in their opinion the funds of the State do not warrant the Legislature to offer the aid required, Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence Concurred
[pet of pl. No 20]
Petition of Inhabitants of Plantation No 20 to alter the name of that town from Adams to Crawford, was referred in concurrence to the Committee on Incorporation of towns.
[Bill Courts of Session]
Bill repealing so much an Act entitled an Act to repeal an Act to establish Courts of sessions and for establishing Courts of sessions paper February 24th. 1825 and so much of an additional Act respecting Highways passed February 24th 1827 as precedes [?] for the appointment of standing Committees to view and lay out roads and vesting that power in the Court of Sessions for each Court and the same was read a second time and passage refused, Sent down for concurrence Adjourned
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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