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PRINTED BY ORDER OF
STATE OF MAINE,
DURING ITS SESSION
A. D. 1835.
GOVERNOR OF MAINE,
BOTH BRANCHES OF THE LEGISLATURE,
JANUARY 9, 1835.
Printed by order of the House of Representatives.
Gentlemen of the Senate,
and of the House of Representatives :
The objects for which we are convened are of deep interest to our constituents, and impose a high responsibility upon ourselves. Assembled to consult for the public welfare, we are forcibly reminded of the goodness of an over-ruling Providence, in continuing to us the immunities we enjoy, as a constituent member of this highly favored Republic.
We meet under circumstances of general prosperity. The productions of the year that has just closed, are abundant, affording an ample supply for the wants of the community. We have been free from the ravages of the fatal disease by which some portions of our land have been visited; and we are bound to acknowledge our gratitude to God for these