Senate Journal 1836 (30-318513-P269A.pdf)
Resolve in favor of John Harford, -"- for the preservation of the Mars Hill road, -"- in favor of Alexander Boothbay, -"- authorizing the acting Quarter Master General to convey a lot of land, and to dispose of the Gun house in Bangor, -"- in favor of John Clark Jr. -"- in favor of Enoch Cordwell, -"- in favor of George Brooks, -"- in favor of James W. Webster, -"- in additional in favor of certain officers and soldiers of the Revolutionary War and the widows of deceased officers and soldiers, -"- in favor of Belfast and Quebec Rail Road, -"- for the repeal of a Resolve providing for the appointment of School Commissioners, -"- to legalize certain official acts of Timothy Copp, -"- for the sale of land belonging to the Passamaquoddy Indians, -"- relating to the discussion of Slavery in the State of Maine, -"- making appropriations for Military purposes, -"- respecting the shire town in the County of Hancock -"- directing the printing of certain Documents, -"- for the distribution of the Field Tents belonging to the State, -"- on Col. Stephen H. Long's Report on the routes from the seaboard of Maine to the Canadian Frontier, -"- additional to a Resolve, passed March 17, 1835, entitled "Resolve in favor of certain officers and soldiers of the Revolutionary War and the widows of the deceased officers and soldiers, -"- in favor of Elias Cobb, An additional Resolve in favor of the Blind
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