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Senate Journal 1823 (30-41272-P086A.pdf)

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[1823 January 23.]

their petitions: Read, accepted and sent down for concurrence: came up concurred.

[Report on Petitions]

Mr. Bond from the same committee, on the petition of James Deering of Denmark, reported that he have leave to bring in a Resolve: read, accepted and sent down for concurrence. -

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On the petition of the Selectmen of Thomaston, that the petitioners cause an attested copy of their petition with the order thereon to be published three weeks successively in the Lincoln Intelligencer, the last publication to be at least thirty days before the first wednesday of the first session of the next Legislature: Read, accepted and sent down for concurrence: came up concurred. - Also On the petition of the Proprietors of Fryeburg Canal, that the petitioners cause an attested copy of their petition with the order thereon to be published in the Portland Gazette three weeks successively the last publication to be thirty days at least before the first wednesday of the first session of the next Legislature: Read, accepted and sent down for concurrence: came up concurred. -

Mr. Small from the committee on the petition of Joseph Woodman & others reported that the petitioners cause an attested copy of their petition with the order thereon to be published in the Eastern

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: 1823

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