Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P083A.pdf)
(153) [Pet. of A. Bagley] their files and send down the Petition of Abner Bagley and others, was read and request granted. [Committee to settle with the State Treasurer] (Also) that Messrs. Swan of Portland, Clark of Limington and Miller of Waldoborough be a Committee with such as the Senate may join, to examine & settle the accounts of Elias Thomas Esq., Treasurer of the State, for the last political year, was read and concurred, and Messrs. Dunlap and Phelps were joined, on the part of the Senate.
[Bill altering the time of holding C.C.P. in Washington County] A bill from the House, entitled "An act altering the times of holding the Court of Common Pleas in the County of Washington", reported in the House for the Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary, came up recommitted to the same Committee who reported it, for concurrence: The Bill was read and the Senate concurred. [Notice ordered on Pet. of the Selectmen of Whitefield] Mr. Hutchings, from the Joint standing Committee on Interior Fisheries, on the Petition of the Selectmen of Whitefield, reported an order of notice: the Report was read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred.
[Remonstrance of Waterborough] Remonstrance of a Committee of the Town of Waterboro against establishing the dividing line between said Town and the Town of Hollis, was read and referred to the Joint standing Committee on the Incorporation of Towns, in concurrence.
[Report of the Warden of the Sates Prison] A Report of the Warden of the State Prison was read and referred to the Joint standing Committee on the State Prison, in concurrence.
[Report of the Commissioners to settle with Land Agents] Edward Russell Esq., Secretary of State, came in and laid on the table a written communication from the Governor transmitting a communication from the Chairman of the Committee appointed by the Resolve of 3d March
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