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Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P045B.pdf)

(78) Seaman of Pittston, Spaulding, Hoyt, Merrill, Robinson, Boutelle, Morse, Wood, Charles, Barrell, Parsons, Caldwell, Norton, Allen of Fairfield, Bartlett, Thurston, Searle, Hutchings, Greator, Kent, Clark of Levant, Fowler, of the House -87

[Nays] Nays. Messrs. Davee, Dunlap, Hutchinson, Hutchings, Ingalls, Megquier and Steele of the Senate and Messrs. Wedgewood, Spinney, Bradbury, Wentworth, Clark of Limington, Lord, Kezar, Goodwin, Chase, Larrabee, Rideout, Wheeler, Woodbury, Strout, Merrell, Mann, Latham, Stinchfield, Waterman, Jordan, Fogg, Shaw of Standish, Bishop, Thomas of Friendship, Lennan, Smith of Nobleboro, Watts, Ruggles, Lermond, Andrews, Thomas of Eden, Burnham, Chandler, Farnsworth, Johnson of Farmington, Howard of Leeds, White, Brigham, Frost, Howard of Brownfield, Hutchinson, Barnard, Tobin, Small, Perry, Cole, Howe, Nevers, Bonney, Bean, Bartlett of Kingfield, Patterson of Strong, Bartlett of Garland, Kelsey, Emery, Lowney, Richardson, Rowe, Goddard, Trafton, Snow, Glidden, Lennan of Lincolnville, Lambert, Knowlton, Alden, Swett, Carr, Small, of the House -76

[Mr. Dunlaps Protest entered on Journal] Mr. Dunlap had leave to read and lay on the table a Protest, signed by himself and other Members of the Convention, and it was Ordered that the same be entered on the Journals of the Convention. See appendix Page XVII [Committee Report] The committee appointed to receive, sort and count the votes given for seven Councillors, after having attended to that service, reported: That the whole number of votes given was One hundred & sixty. Necessary to a choice Eighty one. That Elisha Allen had Eighty three. David Crowell Eighty one. Lemuel Paine Eighty five. Otis Little Eighty two. John Burgin Eighty four.

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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Language: English

Date: 1830

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