Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P131A.pdf)
(249) Tuesday 16th March 1830.
The Senate met according to adjournment. [Resolve for the payment of accounts against the State] A Resolve entitled "Resolve for the payment of accounts against the State" came up, having passed the House to be Engrossed, for concurrence: it was read the first time and this day at twelve o'clock (Noon) was assigned for the second reading. (This Resolve was reported in the House from the Joint standing Committee on Accounts.) [Bill. add. Gardiner Lyceum] The Bill entitled "An additional Act respecting the Gardiner Lyceum" came from the House indefinitely postponed, for concurrence. The Senate nonconcurred the House in their proposition and adhered to their vote whereby they passed the same to be Engrossed. Sent down for concurrence. [Order relating to business] Order of the House of Representatives that all the Standing and Select Committee of the Legislature be directed to report on all business before them, if practicable, this day, was read and, on motion, were ordered to lie on the table. [Pet. Inhabitants of Hollis] Mr. Gardner, from the Joint Standing Committee on the Incorporation of Towns, on the Petition of the Inhabitants of Hollis, reported that the said Petition be referred to the next Legislature. The report was read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. [Pet. of Benjamin Larrabee Jun & als] Mr. Dunlap, from the Joint standing Committee on the Judiciary, on the Petition of Benjamin Larrabee Jr. & others, reported that the Petitioners have leave to withdraw their Petition. The report was read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. [Report relative to giving property to ] The same Gentleman, from the same Committee on the order to inquire into the expediency of passing a Law
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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