House Journal 1833 (30-318948-P013A.pdf)
five hundred copies ordered to be printed for the use of the Members.
Ordered that the certificates of the election of the members of this House be taken from the files and committee to the Committee on Contested Elections.
Remonstrance of Inhabitants of Belgrade also - - of sundry Inhabitants of Dearborn against the right of Alvan Bickford to hold a seat in this House were severally read and referred to the Committee on contested election.
And the House adjourned until afternoon.
The following Standing Committees were nominated by the Speaker and approved by the House, as follows.
[underlined]On Leave of Absence. Messrs Webber of York Underwood of Fayyette Robinson of Sebec
Messrs Jewett of Portland Washburn of Harrison Cornstock of Sumner
Brown of Vassalborough True of Montville
[underlined]On County Estimates Messrs Counce[?] of Warren Manter of New Vineyard Messrs Stevens
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