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Senate Journal 1836 (30-318513-P272B.pdf)

Adjutant Generals Office, Resolve providing for Clerk in 363. 409. 432. 438. 441. Agricultural Bank, Bill to incorporate, 28. 196. 384. 397. 471. Agriculture, Horticulture & Manufactures, Bill additional to an act for the encouragement of 261. 268. 299. -"- -"- -"- Resolve extending the time of an act for the encouragement of 458. 476. Agricultural Societies, report of, 149 Alabama, general assembly of, Resolutions on the subject of Slavery 220, 295. Alewives, Salmon & Shad in Penobscot river & its tributary streams, } Bill in addition to the several acts for the preservation of, 417. 429. 459. 477. -"-} at Nequasset Falls in the town of Woolwich; Bills additional to an act to regulate the taking of 352, 357, 391, 435. Alexander, Resolve in favor of the town of 486. 487. Allen, Amos, leave of absence 473. Alfred Manufacturing Company, Bill to incorporate 322. 329. 371. 400. -"- academy, Resolve in favor of 373. 417. Amity, Bill to incorporate the town of 358. 364. 394. Androscoggin Canal and Mill Corporation, Bill to establish 296. 302/ 328. 360. -"- { Falls, Great, Mill Dam, Locks & Canal Company, Bill to incorporate 144. 158. 205. 211. 258. Anderson, Hugh J. Clerk of the Judicial Courts, Waldo County, communication from 117. Anson academy, Resolve in favor of 28. 387. 471. -"- Bank Bill to incorporate. 196. 384. 393. 438. 441. 456. Appleton, Resolve in favor of the town of 237. 245. 258. Appropriations of money, Bill relative to 55, 71, 163, 169. Argyle plantation, Resolve in favor of 424. 433. 441. Arrests & holding Courts to try civil causes on 4th July, on the day of the State elections, trainings and reviews, Bill prohibiting 424. 432, 450. Arsenal lot, Resolve authorizing the governor to obtain the consent of Congress to lay out a road across 74. 80. 103. -"- of construction in Augusta, Resolve in relation to 407, 429. 441. Assignment, Bill concerning 448. 452. 454. 461. Assistant Secretary, Oliver C. Guptill, appointed 5.

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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Language: English

Date: 1836

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