Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P026B.pdf)
(43) [Petitions referred) of Gouldsboro, that the Inhabitants of Iron-Bound Island may be exempted from Military Duty, was read and referred to the joint standing Committee on the Militia and Military Affairs, in concurrence. Petitions of Thomas H. Norcross, of Jackson, for further compensation for an injury sustained by him while doing military duty. " of James Pomroy, of Hamden, for an increase of pension. were severally read and referred to the joint standing Committee on Applications from sick and wounded Soldiers, in concurrence. [Memorial] Memorial of John Day & others, of Strong, in relation to fish in Sandy River, was read and referred to the joint standing committee on Interior Fisheries, in concurrence. [Petitions referred] Petition of Enoch Adams & others, of Andover, for the Incorporation of an Academy, in Andover, in the County of Oxford, was read and referred to the joint standing committee on Literature and Literary Institutions, in concurrence. [Remonstrance referred] Remonstrance of David Oakes, of Olamon[?] against the Petition of Jacob P. Rogers, was read and referred to the joint standing committee on Claims, in concurrence. [Petition referred] Petition of Jones Dyer Jr., of Calais, for leave to receive pay for timber cut on certain lands by him, purchased of the State, was read and referred to the joint standing Committee on Public Lands, in concurrence. [Communication from Reuel Williams] A communication was received from Reuel Williams Esq. enclosing an account of his doings, and a statement of services rendered in the action of Joel Miller, Warden vs.[?] the Trustees of the Mariner's Church in Portland, was read once and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on Accounts, in concurrence. [Petition of A. Wilson & al] Petition of Adam Wilson & others, for an act incorporating them by the name of the Baptist
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