Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P055A.pdf)
[Remonstrance of Daniel Evans.]
authority to straighten the Mousam River. and Remonstrance of Daniel Evans against Petition of Kilborne G. Robinson & others - were severally read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on Turnpikes, Bridges & Canals, in concurrence.
Petitions of Joseph Young, for money due to him for services as an Officer upon Executions in favor of the State. " - of Nathaniel Tilton, for relief in consequence of a wound received by him in the performance of official duty. "- of Josiah Crosby, praying compensation for certain services. were severally read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on Claims, in concurrence.
Petitions of Henry Milliken, of Searboro', to be annexed to Saco. "- of John Webber & others, of Shapleigh to be incorporated into a separate Town. "- of Amasa Lessley & al of Sideny, to be annexed to Waterville now severally read and referred of the Joint Standing Committee on the Incorporation of Towns, in concurrence.
Petitions of John A. Hyde & others, to be incorporated as a Fishing Company. "- of Selectmen of Whitefield, in relation to the fisheries in the Sheepscot River Were severally read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on Interior Fisheries, in concurrence.
Petitions of James Barby & others, for a Bank at Bangor. " - of Kennebunk Bank, for reduction of Capital Stock, were severally read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on Banks & Banking in concurrence.
Petition of George Sawtell, praying for a Pension by reason of wounds received when on military duty, was read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on applications from sick & wounded Soldiers, 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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