Early Recorders and Registers of Deeds for the County of Suffolk, Massachusetts, 1639-1735 (Google eBook)

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J. Wilson and Son, 1898 - Suffolk County (Mass.) - 52 pages
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Page 23 - ... done by them in the execution of the law, or for the suppression of riots and tumults, in the province of Massachusetts Bay, in New England.
Page 15 - Present The King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. Whereas there was this day read at the Board a Report from a Committee of the Lords of his Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, in the words following: viz.
Page 28 - The existence of the Courts of Common Pleas, and General Sessions of the Peace.
Page 38 - ... in as full and ample manner to all intents and purposes, as the Secretary and...
Page 72 - The New Court House is 140 feet long, consists of an octagon centre 55 feet wide, two stories, two wings of three stories, 26 by 40 feet, connected by the entrance and passages to the centre ; contains two...
Page 30 - No town meetings were held in Boston during the siege, but on Friday, March 29, 1776, just twelve days after the evacuation of the town by the Royal forces, a " Meeting of the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Town of Boston duly qualified and legally warned " was held in the
Page 33 - Council for the Safety of the People, and Conservation of the Peace.
Page 22 - Mr. Edward Rawson a young man, yet imployed in Commonwealth affaires a long time, being well beloved of the inhabitants of Newbery, having had a large hand in her Foundation ; but of late he being of a ripe capacity, a good yeoman and eloquent inditer, hath beene chosen Secretary for the Country.
Page 15 - Aspenwall who had been banished as is before declared, for joining with Mr. Wheelwright, being licensed by the general court to come and tender his submission &c was this day reconciled to the church of Boston. He made a very free and full acknowledgment of his errour and seducement and that with much detestation of his sin. The like he did after, before the magistrates, who were appointed by the court to take his submission, and upon their certificate thereof at the next general court his sentence...
Page 33 - Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that the Office of REGISTER of DEEDS for the County of Suffolk is removed by order of the late General Court, from Roxbury to Boston, and is opened in Orange-Street, at the southerly part of said Boston. "June 11, 1782.

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