Documents of the City of Boston, Volume 3 (Google eBook)

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Page xv - And the said marshal shall, himself, or by his deputy, immediately proceed to levy and collect the sum which may remain due...
Page xiv - ... or so much of the tract of land, (as the case may be) as may be necessary to satisfy the taxes due thereon ; together with costs and charges, not exceeding at the rate of one per centum, for each and every month the said tax shall have remained due and unpaid.
Page 73 - Boston, for or on account of any injuries or damages received or sustained by any party or parties, by or from the said Contractor, his servants or agents...
Page xv - ... real estate of such collector and his sureties, or so much thereof as may be necessary for satisfying the said warrant, after being advertised for at least three weeks in not less than three public places in the collection district. and in one newspaper printed in the county or district...
Page 75 - Provided, that nothing herein contained shall be construed to affect the right hereby reserved of the said...
Page xiv - ... sale, upon payment, or tender of payment, to the collector for the time being, for the use of the purchaser, his heirs or assigns of the amount of the said taxes, costs and charges, with interest for the same, at the rate of twelve per cent, per annum ; and upon payment or tender of payment as aforesaid such sale shall be void.
Page 144 - ... theatrical exhibitions, public shows, public amusements and exhibitions of every description to which admission is obtained upon payment of money or upon the delivery of any valuable thing...
Page 75 - The said party of the second part further agrees that he shall not be entitled to demand or receive final payment for any portion of the aforesaid work or materials except in the manner set forth in this agreement...
Page x - That a direct tax of two millions of dollars shall be, and hereby is laid upon the United States, and apportioned to the states respectively, in the manner following : To the state of New Hampshire, seventy-seven thousand seven hundred and five dollars, thirty-six cents and two mills.
Page 71 - Any unfaithful or imperfect work that may be discovered before the final acceptance of the work shall be corrected immediately on the requirement of the Engineer, notwithstanding that it may have been overlooked by the proper Inspector and estimated.

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