Senate Journal 1825 (30-318504-P043A.pdf)
78 [1825 January 18] Petition of Moses R. Pulsifer be taken from the files and laid on the table: Referred to the Committee on Turnpikes, &c. Sent down for concurrence, and came up concurred.
[Reports on Petition] Mr. Prime from the Committee on the Petition of Mr. Thomas Miller and others, and on Petition of Martin Sidelinger and others, Reported that they severally have lave to withdraw their petitions: Read, accepted and sent down for concurrence, came up concurred.
Mr. Pierce from the same Committee on Petition of John Gray and others, reported that they have leave to bring in a Bill: Read, accepted and sent down for concurrence. Came up concurred.
[Message] The Secretary of State came in and laid on the table a special message from the Governor relative to a Company of Artillery in Bristol: Read and referred to the Committee on the Militia and Military Affairs. Sent down for concurrence. Came up concurred.
On motion of Mr. Fairbanks the Senate reconsider their vote whereby they assigned this day at 11 Oclock for the purpose of coming to the choice of a Major General on their part; and they now assign Thursday of next week at 11 Oclock for that purpose.
[Message] A message was sent to the House informing of the same.
Mr. Parlin from the Committee on so much of the Governors message as relates to depredations committed upon the public lands, reported a "Resolve
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