House Journal 1833 (30-318948-P010A.pdf)
10 The Speaker announced the appointment of Monitors as follows - Division No. one Mr. Bolster of Rumford, " " Two Mr. Frost of Standish, " " Three Mr. Johnson of Cornish, " " Four Mr. House of Wilton.
An Order came from the Senate for concurrence directing that all Messages between the two Houses of the Legislature be communicated by the Secretary of the Senate and Clerk of the House of Representatives and that all papers be transmitted by them or their assistants - and the House concurred - sent up
An Order came from the Senate for concurrence appointing Messrs Davee, Scammon, Williamson, Reed and Cogswell with as the House may join a Committee to examine the returns of Votes for Governor given in, in the several towns and plantations in the State - and the House concurred and joined Messrs Cilley[?] of Thomaston, Shaw of Sanford; Frost of Standish - Beau of Readfield, Philips of Fairfield - Chase of Calais - Stapley of Swanville - Pillsbury of Bucksport and Spring of Hiram and Miller of Howland - sent up.
The Standing Committee on Contested Elections was nominated by the Speaker and appointed by the House, as follows. Messrs Pierce of Gorham Magoun of Bath Chase of Calais Bonson of China and Hewett of Portland.
Messrs John E. Baxter of Bristol, and Archelaus[?] Hunt of Unity, appeared, presented, their credentials, were qualified and took their seats.
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