House Journal 1828 (30-318943-P024B.pdf)
Petition of James Carr +al of Vienna to be annexed to Mount Vernon " of Benjamin James +al of Dearborn to be annexed to Eastpond plantation " of James Ridley +als of Alfred to be annexed to Sanford " of Samuel Lancey +als of Palmyra that a part of Pittsfield may be annexed to said Palmyra " of Benj A Jones +als of No 10 East Division, Washington County to be incorporated as a town " of Isaac Lambert for a part of his farm to be set off from Danville to Durham " of Inh of Waterboro for a committee to settle the line between that town and Lyman " of Liberty that the lines of said town may be defined by legislative provision " of Benjamin Folsom +als of Rome to be annexed to Vienna " of Chesterville for a new division line between that town and Farmington also Remonstrances of John Balch +als agst the petition of John Crane +als " of Nathan C. Davis agst the setting off of that part of Palmyra called the I " of Isaac Smith +als of Palmyra on the same subject
- " of Inhab of Chesterville agst setting off part of said town to Fayette
" of Inh of Wayne against the petition of Noah Chandler +als were severally read + referred to the committee on the incorporation of towns
Petition of Benjamin Fiske + als for authority to construct a canal near Oldtown [left column] " of Eden + " of Mt Desert [right column] for aid in the erection of a Bridge across Mt Desert narrows by lottery, grant of land or money
" of John Gilmore +als for authority to construct locks on Easter River in Hancock County " of William Lowden +als to be incorporated for the purpose of improving the navigation of Penobscot River also Remonstrance of William Maxwell in behalf of Thompson Pond plantation to be relieved from the payment of certain taxes, was read and referred to the committee on Finance.
Petition of Temple that the doings of said town may be made valid was read + referred to the committee on the Judiciary. Sent up for concurrence.
Description: The journal of the House of Representatives 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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