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Remarks on the Two Last Reports of the Land Agent, Together with some Particulars of his Conduct while in Office; Addressed to the Governor, Council, and Legislature of the State of Maine, Now in Session at Portland

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Remarks on the Two Last Reports of the Land Agent, Together with some Particulars of his Conduct while in Office; Addressed to the Governor, Council, and Legislature of the State of Maine, Now in Session at Portland

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The report accuses General James Irish, a prominent citizen of Gorham, Maine, who served as a land agent, of malfeasance and includes an audit of Irish's accounting in Appendix A, "Amount Paid for Maine and Massachusetts by James Irish, Land Agent."

Irish served as a Senator in the General Court of Massachusetts in 1819 and was Gorham's delegate to the Convention to form the Maine Constitution in 1820. He also served as Gorham's first representative in the Maine State Legislature.

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Publication Date

1828

Publisher

State of Maine

City

Portland [?]

Keywords

Land Agents, Maine Public Lands, Maine General Assembly

Disciplines

United States History

Comments

Pamp 1070

Remarks on the Two Last Reports of the Land Agent, Together with some Particulars of his Conduct while in Office; Addressed to the Governor, Council, and Legislature of the State of Maine, Now in Session at Portland

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