Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P024B.pdf)
(39) were severally read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on Interior Fisheries, in concurrence. [Petitions referred] Petitions in behalf of the Portland Bank for a modification of the Law regulating Banks. " in behalf of the Winthrop Bank for further time to close their concerns. were severally read and referred to the joint standing committee on Banks & Banking, in concurrence. Petitions of John Pitts & others of Belgrade for the incorporation of an Academy in said Town " of George Read & others to be incorporated as the "Read school-fund Association". " of John Moor & others for a grant to Anson Academy. were severally read and referred to the joint standing committee on Literature and Literary Institutions, in concurrence.Petitions of Sylvanus Dunham for compensation for an injury sustained by him while performing military duty.
" of David Sevey for relief. were severally read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on applications from sick and wounded soldiers, in concurrence. Petitions of Samuel Carter & others of Carter's Island to be exempted from performance of military duty. " of Jeremiah Bartlett Jr., Capt. of Infantry in Monroe, for an act to enable him to call out said company. " of Josiah B. Hadley & others, of Mount Desert and Eden, praying to be formed into a separate Battalion to be reviewed on the Island. " of Stephen Chase & others, for a Law prohibiting the distribution of ardent spirits to Soldiers on days of training. were severally read and referred to the Joint Standing
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