Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P091B.pdf)
[in Crime prosecutions]
in criminal prosecutions was read once this afternoon at 4 oclock assigned for a second reading and committed to Messrs Williams, Washburn and Richardson,
[pet. Selectmen of Freedom]
Petition of the Selectmen of Freedom that said town may be annexed to Kennebec County came from the House's refereed to the next Legislature for concurence & the Senate concurred.
[Bill - Penobscot Indians]
Mr Williams from the Committee on the Judiciary reported Bill concerning the Penobscot tribe of Indians and the same was read and passed to be engrossed, as amended, sent down for concurrence and
[Report on Order of Feby 2d]
" on order of February 2nd " concerning the expediency of enacting any additional laws to prevent petty Larcenies and the buying of stolen goods, reported that Legislation is inexpedient. Read and accepted sent down for concurrence, concd
[pet. s. men of Liberty Bill. to establish lines]
Mr. Dennett from the Committee on Incorporation of towns, on the petition of the Selectmen of the town of Liberty reported Bill to establish the lines of the town of liberty, & the same was read once and tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading.
[pet of A. Sanborn & als]
Petition of A. Sanborn and others for incorporation of the Literary Fraternity of Waterville College was read and referred to the Committee on Literature &c, Sent down for concurrence.
[Resolve - Adjt & Quarter Master gens accounts]
Mr Williams from the Committee reported in a new draft Resolve providing for payment of the Adjutant and Quartermaster Generals accounts and the same was passed to be engrossed as taken into this new draft. Sent down for concurrence.
[Bill Thomaston M Fire]
Bill to incorporate the Thomaston Mutual Fire Insurance Company
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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