House Journal 1836 (30-318951-P071A.pdf)
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132 Woolwich & Smith of Vinalhaven.
Petition of Maron Greenwood and others in relation to the petition of Moses Mason Jr & others - of Edward Smith & others for a Rail Road from New Hampshire line to the City of Bangor were severally referred in concurrence with the Senate to the Committee on Rail Roads.
An order came from the Senate directing the Secretary of State to make out in tabular form, a list of all the incorporated Colleges Academies, Seminaries and High Schools in this State, with the amount of donations they have received from the Legislature of the State, and also from the Legislature of the State, and also from the Legislature of Massachusetts before the separation, designating the amount in money and the amount in land the date of each donation, the date of the incorporation of each College &c,, and the State of the fund, of each, by the last returns - & the House concurred.
Copy of Report of Sewall Prescott, Agent for the preservation & repair of the Canada Road, transmitted by the Governor [see his message appendix page 17.] was read & referred in concurrence with the Senate to the Committee on State Roads.
Notice was Ordered on the petition of George Jewett & others - Read and accepted in concurrence with the Senate.
Leave to withdraw - reported on the petition of the Inhabitants of Surry was read and accepted in concurrence.
A communication was received from A. L.
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