Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P097B.pdf)
179 a second time and passed to be engrossed as taken into a new draft entitled " An Act making further provisions concerning the Militia, Sent down for concurrence.
Megquier from the Joint Select Committee on order of January 24th, concerning the expediency of establishing salaries for the Registers of Deeds in the several Counties reported that Legislation is inexpedient. Read and accepted Sent down for concurrence, concurred. [right] Report on Order of Jany 24th
Mr. Sweat from the Committee on Turnpikes +c, reported a reference to the next Legislature on the petition of Cyprian Cole and others, Selectmen of Greenwood. Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. concurred [right] Pet. of C. Cole +als
Mr. Washburn, from the Committee on State Lands on the petition of Ira Fish, reported Resolve authorizing the Penobscot tribe of Indians to sell Nicatau Island and the same was read once and tomorrow 10 o clock assigned for a second reading. [right] pet. of Ira Fish Resolve - Penobscot tribe of Indians
leave to withdraw on the petition of John Brown and others. Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. concurred. [right] pet. of J. Brown + als
Mr. Parsons from the Committee appointed by order of January 29th, reported "Bill declaring the Penobscot River + certain branches thereof public Rivers or highways", and the same was read once, and on motion referred to the next Legislature and order to be printed in the "Bangor Register" + "Eastern Republican", Newspapers printed in Bangor three weeks successively, the last publication to be thirty days, before the first Wednesday of the next Legislature, that all persons interested may then appear and be heard, Sent down for concurrence. concurred [right] Bill declaring the Penobscot river + certain branches thereof public highways
Resolve in favor of the town of Pittsfield was taken and read a [right] Resolve - Town of Pittsfield
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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