Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P043B.pdf)
(74) [Petitions referred] Petitions of Benjamin Cole, to set off Lot No. 23 from Litchfield to Wales. " of John Frees & others, of Township No.2, for the Incorporation of Williamson. " R.K. Page & others for the incorporation of a part of the Town of Hallowell as a new town, by the name of Hallowell Port.
[Remonstrances referred] Remonstrances of John Davis & others, against the Petition of R. K. Page & others. " of Nathaniel Green & others, a Committee of the Town of Topsham, against the Petition of Robert Patten & others, were severally read and referred tot he Joint Standing Committee on the Incorporation of Towns, in concurrence.
[Petitions referred] Petition of William Vance, in relation to the Houlton road. " of Edward Smith , for leave to the Land Agent to convey certain lands. " of Jacob O. Rogers, for a Resolve to authorize the Land Agent to pay certain money to him. " of Lemuel Smith & others, praying that certain monies which they have paid to the Land Agent may be refunded to them, were severally read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on State Lands, in concurrence. " of George F. Richardson & others, for a revision of the Law relating to the laying out of Roads.
" of Michael Wood & others, for a Law offering a bounty on Crows, were severally read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary, in concurrence. " of Daniel Merrill Jr. & others, for a revision of the Militia Laws &c. " of Asa Stevens & others, that Persons doing military duty may be exempted from paying Poll taxes were severally read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on the Militia and Military affairs, were severally read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on the Militia & Military affairs, in concurrence.
Description: The journal of the Senate documents the proceedings in the chamber, including actions taken on bills, petitions and reports from committees read, and votes taken. The journals are not transcripts and therefore do not include floor speeches that are found in the modern Legislative Records.
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