House Journal 1828 (30-318943-P103B.pdf)
and tomorrow at ten oclock assigned for a third reading.
Message from the Governor.
To the Senate & House of Representativeshaving reluctantly consented to the discharge of Maj. general Joel Wellington, an officer on whose experience fidelity, and ability, I have with great confidence relied. I communicate the fact for your consideration, that you may be enabled to act upon it, as the occasion may seem to you require. Enoch Lincoln. The foregoing message was in Senate read and sent down - and now in the House read & sent up.
Bill to set off part of the town of Foxcroft and annex the same to township numbered seven in the eighth range, was read a third time & passed to be engrossed in concurrence with the Senate.
The House assigned tomorrow at ten oclock to come to the choice on their part of a Major General for the second division of the Militia of this State.
The committee on engrossed bills reported as duly engrossed Bill relating to Cathance Bridge- - additional act to exempt certain goods & chattels from attachment execution and distress - to incorporate the York Chapter of Royal Arch Masons - to incorporate the Mosaic Lodge- - to incorporate the Literary Fraternity of Waterville College. - establishing the line between Jefferson & the towns of Washington. Waldoboro' New Castle & Alna. - to prevent the destruction of Fish in the Cobscook River in the town of Whiting - concerning the Penobscot tribe of Indians - - authorizing the reduction of the capital Stock of the Waterville bank. which were severally passed to be enacted. Sent up for concurrence.
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