Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P023B.pdf)
(37) [Petitions referred] also) Petitions of Samuel Wheeler & others to change the Terms of the Courts of Common Pleas in Washington County. " of Daniel Merrill on the subject of Ministers being obliged to take an oath in order to be qualified to solemnize marriages. " of Ira Blanchard & others on the subject of the Militia Laws. " of Daniel Thurlow & others of Crotch Island that the School money be expended on said Island. " of the Selectmen of Portland for an alteration in the law relating to Retailers & Victuallers. " of David Ridley & others of Somerset & Penobscot for an act to exempt certain articles from attachment. " of the Selectmen of Abbot for an act to make valid certain proceedings of said Town. " of Cyrus Hall & Josiah Cross for release from costs. " of the Cumberland & Oxford Canal Corporation for the exclusive right to navigate by steam the Sebago Pond. were severally read and referred to the joint standing committee on the Judiciary, in concurrence. Petition of Thomas P. Stetson for a Ferry company, came up, referred to the Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary; it was read and the Senate nonconcurred the House in their reference, and referred the Petition to the joint standing committee on Turnpikes, Bridges and Canals. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred. The Senate adjourned. Afternoon.
The Senate met according to adjournment. Petition of Selectmen of Atkinson for grant of land
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