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Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P058A.pdf)

(103) [order relative to Canada Road] That so much as relates to the Canada Road be referred to a Select Committee, to be joined by the Senate, and appointing Messrs Shaw of Wiscasset, Gilman of Wells, and Thurston of Madison on the part of the House, and was read and concurred and Messrs. Hutchinson & Davee were joined, on the part of the Senate.: [order relative to Mattanawcook Road] That so much as relates to the Mattanawcook Road be referred to a Select Committee to be joined by the Senate, and appointing Messrs. Chandler of Calais, Fowler of Orrington & Sylvester of Harpswell, on the part of the House, was read & concurred, and Messrs. Hilton and Megquier were joined, on the part of the Senate: [order relative to Baring & Houlton Road] That so much as relates to the Road from Baring to Houlton be referred to the Joint standing Committee on State Lands, was read and concurred: [order relative to Greenleaf Map] That so much as relates to the Map and statistical view of the State be referred to the Joint standing Committee on Literature & literary Institutions, was read and concurred. [order relative to N.E. Boundary] That so much as relates to the North eastern Boundary be referred to the Select Committee to be joined by the Senate, and appointing Messrs. Freeman of Cherryfield, Sanborne of Limerick, Rowe of Belfast, Merrill of Sidney, and Kezar of Parsonsfield on the part of the House, was read and concurred, and Messrs. Kingsbury, Gardner and Hutchings were joined, on the part of the Senate: [order relative to Massachusetts claim] That so much as relates to the Massachusetts claim be referred to a Select Committee, to be joined by the Senate, and appointing Messrs. Clark of Hallowell, Smith of Nobleborough, Willett of Bridgeton, Dodge of Portland & Johnson of Farmington, on the part of the

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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