Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P078A.pdf)
(143) [Resolve in favor of N. Leavitt] The "Resolve in favor of Nehemiah Leavitt" was taken up, considered and passed to be Engrossed. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred. [Communication. Report of Land Agent] Edward Russell Esq., Secretary of State, came in and laid on the table a written communication from the Governor, transmitting a copy of the Report of the Land Agent for the year 1829 with accompanying papers: also a copy of the Land Agents' account settled by the Governor and Council on the 20th Inst. The communication was read and with the accompanying Documents were referred to the Joint Standing Company on State Lands. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred.
[order relative to adjournment] On motion by Mr. Kingsbury, ordered, that the times to which the Senate shall adjourn daily be half past nine o'clock in the morning, except on Mondays, when the adjournment shall be to eleven o'clock in the forenoon of that day, until otherwise ordered.
[Communication Report of Agent on Mattanawacook Road. A written communication from the Governor, in answer to Orders of the House of Representatives, was received from the House, transmitting the construction of the Mattanawcook Road, during the last year, with a copy of his accounts settled with the Council. Also the doings of the Governor and Council in relation to the Public Buildings on 22nd June 1829, and a communication from the Hon. William King, Commissioner of the Public Buildings, dated 29th October last, and an account of Warrants drawn on the Treasurer under the authority of the "Resolve for providing Public Buildings for the use of the State"; And so much of said Communication as relates to the Mattanawcook Road was, with the
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