House Journal 1833 (30-318948-P025A.pdf)
40 from the Senate referred to the Committee on State Roads for concurrence and the House concurred sent up
Report on Petition of Dear Shinner and others came from the Senate with the accompanying papers referred to the Committee on Interior Fisheries for concurrence and the House concurrence sent up
An Order relating to the expediency of legalizing the study of Anatoney was taken up and again ordered to lie on the table
And the House adjourned
Asaph R Nichols Clerk
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