Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P135B.pdf)
(258) Wednesday 17th March 1830. The Senate met according to adjournment.
[Report on communications from Executives of other States] Mr. Dunlap, from the Select Committee, to whom was referred so much of the Governor's Message as relates to communications from Executives of other States, reported that it is inexpedient to take any order thereon. The report was read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred. [Resolve Roads & Bridges in Abbot] The Resolve entitled "Resolve respecting Roads and Bridges in the Town of Abbot" came up having passed the House to be Engrossed as amended, for concurrence. The Senate so far receded from their former vote as to adopt the amendment proposed by the House, and then passed said Resolve to be Engrossed as thus amended, in concurrence. [Pet. of Inhabitants of Hollis] The Report of the Committee on the Petitions of Inhabitants of Hollis, came from the House accepted, as amended, for concurrence. The Senate so far receded from their former vote as to agree to the amendment proposed by the House, and accepted said Report as thus amended, in concurrence. [Bill. Gardiner Lyceum] The Bill entitled "An additional act respecting the Gardiner Lyceum" again came up, the House insisting on their vote whereby they indefinitely postponed the same, proposing a conference, and appointing Messrs. Smith of Nobleboro, Norton of Canaan, and Burnham of Orland, Conferees on their part. The Senate insisted on their former vote whereby they passed the same to be Engrossed, accepted the offer of a conference proposed by the House and appointed Messrs. Hinds, Hilton and Hutchings, Conferees on their part. [Resolve. Roads &c Patricktown Plantation] The resolve entitled "Resolve respecting Roads and Bridges in Patricktown Plantation" again came up, the House insisting on their former vote whereby they passed said
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