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Senate Journal 1836 (30-318513-P308B.pdf)

Resolve requiring a return of the names of stockholders in the Banks in this State 91. -"- to admit Sewall Cram to practice law, 95, 102, 118. -"- for the purchase of a Library for the use of the Legislature 108, 110, 145. -"- for the benefit of the town of Kilmarnock 114. 118. 201. -"- in favor of the proprietors of township No 6 in 3d Range west from the east line of the State 125, 132, 170. -"- providing for the appointment of public agent to superintend certain expenditures of s Stone flagging on the State Lot north of the State House 125, 132, 170. -"- providing for the appointment of a public agent to superintend certain expenditures 125, 132, 158, 188. -"- authorizing the constructing of a Stone flagging on the State Lot north of the State House 125, 132, 170. -"- providing for the purchase and distribution of Fairfield's Reports 131, 139, 171. -"- in favor of Elisha Hilton 138, 143, 222, 258. -"- respecting military Pension Lands 138, 144, 467. -"- allowing Treasurer compensation for Clerk hire 138, 144, 157, 200, 219. -"- to pay the expenses of certain Indians of the Penobscot tribe 138, 144, 170 -"- for the appointment of a Commissioner of the Insane Hospital 144, 159, 209, 243, -"- in favor of the trustees of the town of Burlington 150, 159, 182. -"- authorizing the adjutant General to exchange a lot of land in Paris for that on which the Gunhouse in said town stands 158, 163, 201. -"- in favor of the town of Springfield 158, 163, 158, 252. -"- additional to a Resolve in favor of certain Officers and Soldiers of the Revolutionary War & the widows of the deceased officers & soldiers, approved Mar. 17, 1835. 170, 323, 375. -"- authorizing the Treasures to receive the fourth instalment due from Neherriah Leavitt 176, 201. -"- in favor of William Jordan Jr. 183, 190, 206. -"- in favor of Samuel Baker, 198, 239. -"- in favor of Henry L. Noyes 198, 205.

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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