Provincial and State Papers, Volume 12 (Google eBook)

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1883
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Contents

Protest against proceedings of townmeeting 1783
44
Petition relative to taxes etc 1779
51
Petition for the passage of an act making produce etc
54
Petition to have the name of the town established
60
Petition for authority to elect a representative 1730
66
Petition for authority to raise money by lottery to build
72
Petition relative to boundaries 1785
78
Petition of Plymouth people for a new town 1791
80
Committee to prosecute the foregoing petition 1748
86
HAMPTON
99
Hampton men in garrison at Exeter 169596
105
Hampton soldiers 170S
111
Remonstrance against a township being granted
112
North Hill parish declaration 1739 119 Report of committee concerning lines between North
120
pair a bridge etc 1791 125 Relative to aforenamed lottery 1791
126
Deposition of Joshua Pierce
132
Relative to incorporation ofSeabrook 1768
138
Louisbourg soldiers 1746
141
Bachelders statement concerning same
147
Petition relative to taxes 1779
153
HANOVER
159
Vote of the town relative to the matter in dispute 165 Petition of Lieut John House 1779
165
Petition of Thos Clark soldier addressed to the gen
166
Petition for the appointment of a magistrate 1784 172Petition for an issue of paper money 1784 173Relative to a road through town laid out by a leg...
174
List of men who turned out on Royalton alarm
177
Enoch Bartlets complaint 1780
180
Introduction
184
Asa Porter for a ferry
186
Roll of Capt Aaron Adamss company 1776
192
Joseph Patterson wounded soldier 1778
193
David Emerson recommended for coroner 1782
199
Return of a soldier 1779
205
Relative to incorporating a town library 1797
212
Petition for a grant of a ferry 1785
218
Deposition of Josiah Wheeler 1786
219
100
223
Petition of Zebulon Moffatt soldier 1776 addressed
225
Introduction
231
Petition of Dunstable parties to be annexed to Hollis
237
Relative to appointment of officers in the militia 1775
239
101
245
Petition for a magistrate 1784
251
Petition for the privilege of having a representative
257
Another petition in favor of Wiggin 1786 263 Petition in favor of Lieut Joshua Morse 1786
264
103
266
Another remonstrance to Mr Wiggin Enlistment papers 1776 Depositions relative to service in the army 1777
267
HUDSON
273
Relative to ministerial affairs 1747 Alleged illegal voting 1747 Petition relative to foregoing 1747 Statement in favor of Moses Hadleys petition
280
Reimbursement wanted for money paid men who turned out on the Lexington alarm 1775
282
JACKSON
288
Petition for an incorporation 1773
292
Case of assault before courts were established in the county 1775
293
Relative to Kendall Parsons soldier
299
Order to survey a tract of land for David Page 1773
305
Another petition for an incorporation 1775
310
Relative to inoculation for smallpox 1776
311
John Harts discharge 1776
317
Petition of Charles Rice Bunker Hill soldier 1791
318
KENSINGTON
324
KINGSTON
330
Action of townmeeting 1742
337
Petition of John Dent soldier 1759
343
Petition of Paul Pressey soldier 1759
344
Civil magistrate wanted 1785
394
LEMPSTER
396
Remonstrance to having the northeast corner set off
400
Statement of condition of the town and service in
406
Capt Samuel Youngs petition
413
Relative to being classed for representative 1780
419
Selectmen concerning soldiers 1783
421
LONDONDERRY
429
Proposals for peace 1737 Return of laying out a highway 1738 Petition from persons formerly belonging to Dracut
435
107
442
Deposition of Thomas Davidson concerning a son
460
Petition of certain persons to be annexed to Nottingham West 1778
468
Relative to Rev Samuel Perley 1779
469
Petition to be exempted from paying ministerial tax in the old parish 1783
474
Vote of the town on paper money 1786
482
Committee chosen to present the petition 1797
484
Another recommendation for Joseph Smith
490
Report of a committee relative to a soldier 1786
496
Petition of nonresidents 1790
497
Condition of the town 1768
503
Documents copied from Gen Chases papers
506
Introduction
521
Relative to warning Elisha Wilkins out of town 1788 Committee report relative to foregoing Petition for the setting off of the northwest part of
527
Report of a committee on the foregomg 1791
534
Daniel Pinkham soldier 1776
538
Jeremiah Stevens for confirmation of a grant of land
545
Relative to Sabbathbreaking 1784
551
Samuel Blodgett for a charter to construct a canal
557
Another petition for the protection of fish in Cohas brook 1800
565
Petition of Maj Andrew Colburn
570
Relative to east line of the town 1798
576
Introduction
582
Report of committee on the foregoing 1775
587
Relative to the election of representative 1762
593
Remonstrance to the foregoing 1785
599
Petition for an incorporation 1779
605
House burned 1756 Petition for an incorporation 1760
610
Hollis asks for a portion of Monson 1763 Benjamin Hopkinss bill 1761
611
Vote to change date of annual meeting 1791
622
Petition relative to the foregoing 1762
628
110
631
Return of ratable polls 1783
634
Petition of Ruth Batcheller concerning her husbands
640
Relative to ministerial lot 1768
646
John Hunter wounded at Bunker Hill 1776
652
Relative to boundary line between this town and Goffs town 1788
659
Petition of aforenamed committee 1782
665
Introduction
672
Relative to town bounds
677
Introduction
682
Relative to tax on Trefethens mills 1763 Relative to ministerial matters 1772 Relative to soldiers attending church 1773 Relative to harbor defences 1...
700
Resignation of Col Thomas Tash 1791
705
Concerning irregularities in townmeeting 1737
712
Deposition of Samuel Huntress
718
Benjamin Adamss statement unique 72 1
725
Introduction
731
Relative to oath of allegiance 1783
741
List of Saratoga men 1777
752
Canterbury enlistments 1776
759
333
790
339
801
342
841

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