Senate Journal 1834 (30-318511-P053A.pdf)
the bonds of matrimony, read and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary in concurrence.
Remonstrance of Samuel Dickinson and another against the petition of B. Holbrook and others, praying to be set off from the town of Starks and annexed to Mercer - read and referred to the Committee on the Division of Towns, in concurrence.
Petition of Benjamin Creasy, praying for a grant of land, read and referred to the Committee on State Lands, in concurrence.
Order from the House of Representatives, appointing Messrs Heagan, Stewart, Reed, Lake, Nash, Kimball, Gilead, Treat, Allen of Green, Tuttle and McIntire a committee, with such as the Senate may join, to inquire into the expediency of so far altering the time of taking the valuations of towns as to cause them to be taken hereafter on the first of April, and Messrs Rogers, Knowlton, Bridgham , Labaree and Pease are joined, in concurrence.
A message from the House, informing the Senate that the House had reconsidered the vote accepting the report of the Committee on Incorporation of towns, on the petition of Nathan Stanley and others, requesting the concurrence of the Senate, and the return of said petition and report to the House, Whereupon, The Senate reconsider their vote in accepting said report and concur the House in returning the same which was communicated by message.
Petition of Courtney Babbidge, praying for relief in regard to Schools, read and referred to the Committee on Literature and Literary Institutions in concurrence.
Petition of Thomas A Hill and others for a law
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