Maine Legislative Index

1820-1855, 1861-1865

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126Civil WarA bill that an allowance be made to the Town of Whitefield for State Aid for Charles Place and be reimbursed for money paid the City of Hallowell1864
127Civil WarA bill that Orono may be reimbursed for aid furnished families of volunteers in 18611864
128Civil WarA bill that compensation may be allowed to Frederick D. Sewall for military services as Colonel of the 19th Maine Regiment at Bath1864
129Civil WarA bill for State Aid for Helen H. Everett1864
130Civil WarA bill that State Aid may be allowed Joann Dean and Eliza Johnson of Eastport1864
131Civil WarA bill that compensation be granted Mrs. Charles R. Hutchins of Augusta for expenses of her late husband while in service of the state1864
132Civil WarReport that the communication of Abner Wade for State Aid be referred to the Governor and Council1864
133Civil WarResolve in favor of the Town of Lowell for aid furnished to soldiers families in Plantation 1 N.D., Penobscot County1864
134Civil WarA bill for compensation allowed for damages to the premises of A.C. Cotton of Bangor caused by the encampment of soldiers at Camp Pope1864
135Civil WarA bill for compensation for transportation of the Maine Volunteers from Fort Fairfield to Bangor and for subsistance furnished1864
136Civil WarResolve relating to the inadequate facilities for travel and transportation of troops between New York and Washington1864
137Civil WarResolve authorizing the Land Agent to convey a lot of land to George L. Emerson1864
138Civil WarA bill that compensation be allowed for the military services of F.E. Heath as Lt. Colonel of the 19th Maine Volunteers at Bath1864
139Civil WarA bill to aid the family of Edward P. Verrill, a Maine Volunteer1864
140Civil WarResolve in relation to the establishment of a United States General Hospital1864
141Civil WarResolve in favor of Isabella Fogg1864
142Civil WarLegislative Orders1864
143Civil WarA bill relating to bounties to draft men and volunteers into the U.S. Navy1864
144Civil WarResolve relating to the President and Vice President of the United States1864
145Civil WarResolve providing for the amendment of the Constitution to allow soldiers absent from the State to vote for Governor, Senators, Representatives…1864
146Civil WarResolve in favor of Cynthia R. Carpenter of Mount Chase Plantation for State Aid1864
147Civil WarResolve in favor of Eliza C. Prouty of Township 2 Range 3 WELS in Aroostook County1864
148Civil WarResolve authorizing the Land Agent to convey certain lots of land to the widows of deceased soldiers1864
149Civil WarResolve in relation to the National Cemetery at Gettysburg1864
150Civil WarAn Act authorizing the expenditure of money for war purposes1864

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