Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P143A.pdf)
(273) Pickerel in Sebago Pond, in the County of Cumberland". and the same passed to be Enacted, in concurrence.
[Resolves passed to be enacted] The same Committee reported the following Resolves to be truly copied from the Originals; vis: "Resolve rescinding part of a Resolve for the payment of accounts against the State passed March 6th 1829". "An additional Resolve appointing Commissioners to settle with certain Land Agents". "Resolve in favor of John G. Deane". "Resolve for the payment of accounts against the State". "Resolve in favor of Benjamin Dunn". "Resolve respecting Roads and Bridges in Patricktown Plantation". "Resolve providing compensation to the Chaplains of the Legislature". and the same Finally passed in concurrence.
The foregoing Bills and Resolves were, this day, presented to the Governor for his approbation and signature.
A Message was received from the House of Representatives by Mr. Child, their Clerk, informing the Senate that the House has voted that when they next adjourn, they shall adjourn to seven o'clock tomorrow morning. On motion by Mr. Hilton, Ordered, that when the Senate adjourn they adjourn to seven o'clock tomorrow morning. [Bill. Commercial Bank] The Bill entitled "An act to incorporate the President, Directors and Company of the Commercial Bank" came up, the House insisting on their vote whereby they passed the same to be Enacted, proposing a conference. and appointing
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