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Senate Journal 1836 (30-318513-P292B.pdf)

Meduxnekeag Stream, Bill repealing an act requiring a Sluiceway to be constructed on 352, 357, 395 Meeting house, Megunticook, Bill enabling the proprietors of to sell the same 369, 376, 395. -"- -"- in Saw, new Congregational, Bill granting addition powers to the proprietors of, 310, 318, 343. Meetinghouses, Bill additional concerning 474, 478. Megunticook Bank, Bill to incorporate 458, 472, 477. -"- Meetinghouse, Bill to enable the proprietors of to sell the same, 369, 376, 395. Memorial of Robert Carter & others 78. -"- of Manufactures Bank Saco, 40, 143. -"- of Isaac Merrill and others, 78. -"- of John Ruggles 172. -"- of Reuel Williams & others 321, 383. Mercantile Bank, Bill to increase the Capital Stock of, 197, 384, 389. Merchants -"- Portland, Bill to increase the Capital Stock of 197, 384, 390, 405 Merrow, Josiah, leave of absence 292, pay of 485. Merry Meeting Boom Company, Bill to incorporate 417, 428, 442. Message informing Governor & Council that a quorum of Senators, elect, are present and ready to be qualified 2. -"- informing Gov. & Council that the Senate is duly organized 5. -"- -"- the House of Representatives -"- -"- 5. -"- Governor's annual 16, referred to Committees 35 &c. -"- to the Governor 52, 63, 84, 120, 282, 339, 487. -"- from -"- 38, 70, 81, 91, 113, 117, 124, 129, 165, 179, 220, 402, 418, 418, 425, 464, 475, 487. -"- to the House 5, 12, 18, 51, 62, 82, 120, 482, 486. -"- from -"- 6, 13, 18, 51, 62, 82, 403, 403, 457, 461, 466, 472, 482, 486. Messenger, Robert Martin, chosen 4; daily pay, 473. -"- assistant, John H. Williams, appointed, 6. -"- authorized to remove part of railing in Senate Chamber 9. Milburn, Bill to change the name of 267, 272, 287, 432, 435, 437. Militia of this State, Bill additional to an act to organize govern and discipline 227, 256, 262, 267, 288, 297, 324, 460. -"- of this State, Bill to extend the time of holding the annual reviews of 451, 454.

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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