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Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P058B.pdf)

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[Order relative to communications for Executives of other States.]

Hour, was read and concurred, and Messrs Meqquier, Steele and Drummond were joined, on the part of the Senate: That so much as relates to communications from the Executives of other States be referred to a Select Committee, to be joined by the Senate, and appointing Messrs. Boutelle of Waterville, Kent of Bangor, & Swett of Prospect on the part of the House, was read and concurred and Messrs. Dunlap & Hinds were joined, on the part of the Senate:

[Order relative to Fines. Costs &c]

That so much as relates to Fines, Forfeitures and Bill of cost be referred to the Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary, was read and concurred.

[Petitions referred.]

Petition of Joseph Ludwig & others, that certain doings of theirs may be made valid, was read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary in concurrence.

" - of William Pike, for leave to collect the pay for certain timber out on land purchased of the State, was read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on State Lands, in concurrence.

" -- of Jonathan S. Tallman, of Dresden, to be annexed to the town of Richmond;

[Remonstrance referred.]

(also) Remonstrance of Ambrose Howard & others, against the Petition of Rutherford Drummond & others, were severally read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on the Incorporation of Towns, in concurrence.

[Pet. of Inb. of Thompson Pond Planta.]

An motion by Mr Meqquier, the Petition of the inhabitants of Thompson Pond Plantation was taken from the files read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on the Incorporation of Towns. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred.

[Pet. of David H. Patterson & als.]

On motion by Mr Phelps, the Petition of David H. Patterson was taken from the files, read and referred to the Joint Standing Committee on Turnpikes, Bridges

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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