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Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P138B.pdf)

(264) vote whereby they passed the same to be Engrossed. The House refused to recede from their former vote and the Resolve was rejected, by reason of said disagreement. [Resolve Massachusetts Claim] A Resolve from the House entitled "Resolve respecting the Massachusetts claim" reported in the House from the Joint select Committee to whom was referred so much of the Governor's Message as relates to the Massachusetts claim, was read and passed to be Engrossed in concurrence. [Resolve. state Loan] Mr. Davee, from the Committee to whom was referred the Resolve entitled "Resolve authorizing a temporary loan in behalf of the State" reported the same without amendment: it was then read the second time and passed to be Engrossed in concurrence. [Resolve in favor of Day & Fraser] Mr. Megquier, from the Committee to whom was referred the Resolve entitled "Resolve in favor of Day and Fraser" reported the same without amendment: it was read the second time and passed to be Engrossed in concurrence. [Bill. Argyle] The Bill entitled " An act to incorporate the Town of Argyle" again came up, the House insisting on their vote whereby they indefinitely postponed the said Bill, proposing a conference and appointing Messrs. Clark of Hallowell, Bourne of Kennebunk and Norton of Canaan, conferees on their part. The Senate insisted on their former vote whereby they passed said Bill to be Engrossed, accepted the offer of a conference proposed by the House and appointed Messrs. Davee, Hutchings and Steele conferees on their part. [Bill. Trout & Pickerel in Sebago Pond] The Senate dispensed with their Rules and Orders so far as to reconsider their vote whereby they referred to the next Legislature the Bill entitled " An additional act for the preservation of Trout and Pickerel in Sebago Pond in the County of Cumberland" and committed the same to Messrs. Hutchings,

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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