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Senate Journal 1825 (30-318504-P161A.pdf)



-on the subject of preventing or punishing frauds in Banks and of public Offices &c 90

-on amending the laws for the education of Youth 94

-on the subject of altering the law for the inspection of Lime casks 105

-on the expediency of altering the times of holding the Courts of Probate in the County of Penobscot 106

-on the expediency of allowing Banks to issue small Bills 107 report 120

-on the expediency of giving authority to the Land Agents of this State in connexion [connection] with the land Agent of Massachusetts to sell timber on the undivided lands 108 report 189

-on the subject of appropriating money to build a bridge over Passadumkeag & other Streams 114

-on the Inspection of Beef, Pork, Butter and Lard 118

-to enquire when the Legislature may have a recess &c 119 report 178

-on the law regulating the Herring Fishery 126 report 190

-on the Acts concerning the assessment & collection of Taxes 129

-on the subject of selling reserved lots in certain cases 130

-on the sale of Ministerial & School lands in this State on the subject of granting lands for the support of Ministry & Schools to those towns & plantations who have received none 134 report 241

-on the subject of printing & distributing the Constitutions for the use of Schools 135

-on authorizing persons charged with offences not felonious to take depositions in certain cases 136 report 217

-to enquire into the expediency of the Legislature’s expressing their approbation of James Monroe 136

-on the subject of buying and selling Dormant titles &c 136 report 165

-on the accounts of the Land Agents 139 report 154

-on the Division of certain Quantities of Land 154

-on the Fees of Registers of Deeds 158 report 251

-on extending the time to complete the Cumberland and Oxford Canal 159

-on Compensation to Hon P. Mellen & P. Sprague for certain services 159

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: 1825

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