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" Brunswick convention to take any measures tending to that event have ceased" ; and "that it is not expedient for the present General Court to adopt any further measures in regard to the separation of the District of Maine. "
Collections of the Pejepscot Historical Society - Page 21
1889 - 157 pages
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Acts and Resolves Passed by the General Court

Massachusetts - Session laws - 1819
...recommend the following Resolves, which are respectfully submitted. Per order, HG OTIS, Chairman. Resolved, That the contingency upon which the consent of Massachusetts...take any measures tending to that event, have ceased. Resolved, That it is not expedient for the present General Court to adopt any further measures in regard...
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A Geographical, Historical, Commercial, and Agricultural View of the United ...

Daniel Blowe - Canada - 1820 - 751 pages
...November session, and committed to a committee, whose report concluded with the following resolutions : " That the contingency upon which the consent of Massachusetts...Maine, has not happened : and that the powers of the convention to take any measures tending to that event have ceased. And that it is not expedient for...
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The People's Law, Or, Popular Participation in Law-making: From Ancient Folk ...

Charles Sumner Lobingier - Democracy - 1909 - 429 pages
...large and respectable class of their fellow-citizens." ' The General Court thereupon : " Resolved, That the contingency upon which the consent of Massachusetts...take any measures tending to that event, have ceased. Resolved, That it is not expedient for the present General Court to adopt any further measures in regard...
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History of Kennebunk from its earliest settlement to 1890.

Daniel Remich. - 1911
...report was made on the subject, concluding with the recommendation that resolves be adopted declaring "that the contingency upon which the consent of Massachusetts was to be given for separation of the District of Maine has not happened, and that the powers of the Brunswick Convention...
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Maine: A History, Volume 1

Louis Clinton Hatch - Maine - 1919
...contingency upon which the consent of Massachusetts was to be given for the separation of Maine has not yet happened, and that the powers of the Brunswick convention...take any measures tending to that event have ceased" ; and "that it is not expedient for the present General Court to adopt any further measures in regard...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 43

Massachusetts Historical Society - Massachusetts - 1910
...enough to act upon the question of admitting the State. The committee reported two resolutions : " that the contingency upon which the consent of Massachusetts was to be given for the separation of Maine has not yet happened, and that the powers of the Brunswick convention to take any measures tending...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Volume 11

United States - 1817
...for the purpose, have made a long report, corresponding with the following resolutions: fiesohvil, That the contingency upon which the consent of Massachusetts...district of Maine has not happened, and that the powers af the Brunswick convention to tuke any measures tending to that event have ceased. Resolved, That...
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