Senate Journal 1834 (30-318511-P024A.pdf)
the Committee on Literary Institutions, in concurrence.
Petition of Sarah Bailey and others, praying for a grant of land, was read and referred to the Committee on State Lands, in concurrence.
Petition of Jonathan Pickard and others, praying to be set off from Newburg and annexed to Hampden, " of Peter Grant and certain other inhabitants of the town of Hallowell, praying to be set off to the town of Gardiner, " of John Brown & others, in the town of Cornish praying to be set off from said Cornish and be annexed to the town of Limerick, were severally read & referred to the Committee on Division of Towns, in concurrence.
Petition of Selectmen of Williamsburg for division and incorporation, " of Reuben Gregg and others praying for the incorporation of part of township No. 8 Remonstrance of Job Billington and others against same, Petition of Jacob Lovejoy and others praying for the incorporation of township No. 2 into a plantation by the name of plantation No. 2, " of Moses Goodwin and others praying for the incorporation of the town of Mariaville, were severally read and referred to the Committee on the Incorporation of Towns, in concurrence.
Petition of William Singer and others praying to be incorporated into a Marine Insurance Company, " of the Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company for liberty to increase their fund, " of the Portland Marine Railway Corporation for an increase of Capital Stock, " of the President, Directors and Company of
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