Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P103A.pdf)
190 [left margin] pet. of Samuel Pierson & als
[main body] On motion by Mr Emery the Senate reconsidered their vote accepting the Report of the Committee on Turnpikes ect granting, leave to withdraw on the petition be referred to the next Legislature, Sent down for concurrence. Cone
[left margin] Bill Courts of Session
[main body] Mr Washburn from the Committee to whom was referred 'Bill repealing so much of an Act to repeal an Act to establish Courts of Sessions, and for establishing, Courts of sessions passed February 25th 1825 and so much of an additional Act respecting highways passed February 24th 1827 as provides for the appointment of a standing Committee to view and layout roads and vesting that power in the court of Sessions for each County," reported the same in a new draft entitled " An Act relating to the appointment of Road Commissioners and the bill was passed to be engrossed as taken into this new draft Sent down for concurrence.
[left margin] petition of Inhabitants of Waterborough
[main body] Mr Dennell from the Committee on Incorporation of towns on the petition of the Inhabitants of Waterborough reported an order of notice. Read and accepted, Sent down for concurrence. Concurred
[left margin] Bill from Litchfield to Wales
[main body] Bill in further addition to an Act setting off Isaiah Jenkins and others from Litchfield to Wales was read once and tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading, committed to Messrs Herrick, Kavanaugh and Miller.
[left margin] Bill- Taxes
[main body] Bill additional to an Act concerning the Assessment and collection of taxes came up with a proposition for a conference which the Senate accept and appoint Messrs. Megguier, Williams and Washburn Conferees.
[left margin] Bill town of Adams Bill - Rialaetions
Bill additional to an Act to incorporate the town of Adams, in addition to an Act for the settlement of certain equitable claims arising in real actions. and,
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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