Senate Journal 1836 (30-318513-P310B.pdf)
Resolve authorizing the acting Quarter Master General to convey q lot of land and to dispose of the Gunhouse in Wiscasset 407,416 Resolve in favor of locating and making a road from the forks of the Kennebec river to Moosehead Lake 407,450,458 Resolve in the favor of the road from Brighton to Moosehead Lake 407,416,436,465 Resolve additional relating to the Blind 499 Resolve for finishing the Gunhouse in Eastport 424,433,441 Resolve in favor of Argyle Plantation 424,433,441 Resolve in favor of the North American Manufacturing Company 431 Resolve authorizing the Board of Internal Improvements to commence a Geological Survey of the State 432,438,446 Resolve authorizing the Secretary of State to procure and distribute certain documents 444,450,460 Resolve extending the time of an Act for the encouragement of Agriculture, Horticulture and Manufactures 458,476 Resolve, concerning the North eastern territory of the United States claimed by Great Britain 464,476 Resolve authorizing the appointment of a Superintendent of the Public Buildings 467,468,476 Resolve, in favor of Waterville College 467 Resolve, authorizing the Treasurer to dispose of certain articles belonging to the State 468,476 Resolve in favor of Robert Maxwell 468,476 Resolve concerning the State Prison 479,483 Resolve, relating to Bank Commissioners 482,483 Resolve relating to the election of President & Vice President 482,487 Resolve, providing for Dockets for the use of the Legislature 484,487 Preamble and Resolutions instructing our Senators & Representatives in Congress in relation to Fortifications 485,487 Resolve on the Pay Roll of the Senate 486,487 Resolve on the Pay Roll of the House of Representatives 486,487 Resolve in favor of the town of Alexander 486,487
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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