Senate Journal 1836 (30-318513-P218A.pdf)
certain cases to assign mortgage and release lands conditionally conveyed" reported that said Bill ought not to pass - read and accepted in concurrence.
Bill prohibiting arrests and holding Courts to try civil causes on the fourth day of July, on the day of State elections, trainings and reviews (introduced in the House) " to incorporate the Eden Granite Company (reported in the House by the Committee on Manufactures, on petition of George Mr Fowle and others) -"- to incorporate the Frankfort Commercial Hotel Association (reported by Mr. Benson from the Committee on the Judiciary, on petition of Benjamin Shaw and others) -"- to incorporate the Perry Plaster Company (reported in the House by the Committee on Interior Waters, on petition of Henry Scott and others) -"- to incorporate the Pembroke Milling Company (reported in the House the same Committee on petition of Ezekiel Foster and others) Resolve for finishing the gun House in Eastport (reported in the House by the Committee on the Militia, on petition of Benjamin Snow and others -"- in favor of Argyle plantation (reported by a Joint Select Committee, on petition of Nathaniel Danford and others) --- severally read once and tomorrow ten o'clock assigned for a second reading.
Bill supplementary to an Act for the relief of Poor Debtors (introduced in the House) read once and committed to the Committee on the Judiciary, on concurrence.
On motion of Mr Clark Ordered, that the Secretary of the Senate be directed to make up on the Pay Roll additional pay yo John C. Talbot for such number of days as he may have acted as President protem during the present session.
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