Senate Journal 1836 (30-318513-P127A.pdf)
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Mr. Severance, from the Committee of Conference on a disagreement of the two Houses on the Bill additional for the protection of towns from fire, made a report recommending that the Senate recede and concur with the House in the indefinite postponement of the same - read and the same on motion of Mr. Benson was ordered to lie on the table.
Bill to abolish corporeal punishments in Academies (reported in the House by the Committee on Literature and Literary Institutes on an order relative to corporeal punishments of students in Colleges and Academies,) was read once and indefinitely postponed, in concurrence.
Bill regulating Judicial Proceedings came up from the House, a passage refused, The Senate recede from their vote of the 17. indefinitely postponing the same and concur with the House in refusing the same a passage.
Resolve in favor of Phineas R. Harford (reported with a statement of facts by Mr. Staples from the Committee on Claims to which the petition of Phineas R. Hanford had been recommitted) was read once and on motion of Mr Greene ordered to lie on the table,
Bill additional respecting Bridges (reported by Mr. Talbot from the Committee on Road and Bridges on an order rel -
Description: The journal of the Senate documents the proceedings in the chamber, including actions taken on bills, petitions and reports from committees read, and votes taken. The journals are not transcripts and therefore do not include floor speeches that are found in the modern Legislative Records.
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