House Journal 1833 (30-318948-P132A.pdf)
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254 amending was taken by Yeas and Nays, and decided in the negative. Yeas 63 Nays 95. (see Appendix page ) - Mr Spring of Hiram moved to amend by striking out the second section from the commencement to the word "The" in the 28th line, and inserting the following - "That the County of York shall compose one District, and be called the York District - That the County of Cumberland, excepting the town of Baldwin, Bridgton, Harrison, Otisfield, Sebago and Minot, shall compose one District and be called the Cumberland District - The County of Lincoln, excepting Wales, Lewiston and Lisbon shall compose one District and be called the Lincoln District - The County of Kennebec excepting the towns of Windsor, Vassalborough, China, Winslow, Greene, Temple, Wilton, Clinton, Albion, and the place north of Albion, and all the County of Somerset west of Kennebec River, excepting the towns of Norridgwock and Bloomfield shall compose one District and be called the Kennebec and Somerset District - The County of Oxford with the towns of Baldwin, Bridgton, Harrison, Sebago, Otisfield and Minot in the County of Cumberland; and Wales, Lewiston and Lisbon in the County of Lincoln; and Temple, Wilton and Greene in the County of Kennebec, shall compose one District and be called the Oxford District - The County of Penobscot and all that part of Somerset County on the east side of the Kennebec River including Norridgewock and Bloomfield on the west side of said River shall compose one District and be called the Penobscot and Somerset District - The Counties of Hancock and Washington shall compose one District and be called the Hancock and Washington District - The County of Waldo with the towns of Windsor, Vassalborough, China, Windsor, Clinton, Albion and the unincorporated place north of Albion in the County of Kennebec, shall compose one District and be called the Waldo District - and the
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