House Journal 1828 (30-318943-P027A.pdf)
40 such sale will in their opinion be for the interest of such heirs and the House concurred.
Bill additional to an act entitled an act establishing the County of Waldo, laid on the table by Mr Johnson of Belfast, was read 1st + 2nd time + tomorrow at ten oclock assigned for a 3 reading.
The committee on contested elections made a further report of the subjects referred to them by which it appears that Asa Turner returned as a member from the Representative class composed of Athens + was fuly elected, and is entitled to hold his seat in this House - and the report was accepted.
The House reconsidered their vote of yesterday, accepting the Report of the committee on contested elections, and assigned tomorrow at 10 oclock to consider said report.
An order came from the Senate for concurrence, directing that all petitions presented to the Legislature for setting off Individuals from one town to another be referred to the Committee on the incor poration of Parishes +c. and the House concurred.
Petition of the Selectmen of Bath for an alteration of the law for the education of youth so far as applicable to the town of Bath. " of Nathaniel Gilman + others to be incorporated as Trustees of a Female School at Waterville came from the Senate referred to the committee on Literature + Literary Institutions for concurrence. and the House concurred.
Petition of Benjamin Woodbury + others accompanying papers taken form the last years files of the Senate also Remonstrance of a committee of Kittery against the petition of Washington Remick came from the Senate referred to the committee on the incorporation of towns for concurrence. and the House concurred.
Petition of Daniel Cook + others Committee of the Stockholders of Waterville
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