A History of Farmington, Franklin County, Maine, from the Earliest Explorations to the Present Time, 1776-1885 (Google eBook)

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Press of Knowlton, McLeary, and Company, 1885 - Farmington (Me.) - 683 pages
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Page 208 - The power confided to me will be used to hold, occupy, and possess the property and places belonging to the Government...
Page 546 - The name of his first wife is not known ; his second wife was Mary Butterfield, widow of John French.
Page 599 - May 1o, 1741. He was a deacon in the church, and next to the minister the foremost man of the town. He owned extensive tracts of land in Kent.
Page 515 - Lothian, where he spent the remainder of his life. He was a man of learning and of elegant taste and manners.
Page 115 - To the Honorable the Senate and the Honorable the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in General Court assembled...
Page 426 - Regiment, he having received his pay, arrears of pay, clothing ot all sorts, and all other just demands from the time of his enlisting into the said Regiment to this day of his discharge, and he is discharged at his own request to go to Nova Scotia, and to prevent any ill-use that may be made of this discharge by its falling into the hands of any other person whatsoever, here follows a description of the above said John Clayton : He is about twenty-five years of age, five feet nine inches high without...
Page 67 - LINCOLN, ss. ,To the Honorable Senate and House of Representatives of the Common-wealth of Massachusetts in General Court assembled: Your petitioners...
Page 55 - ... schools in said township, and one for the future appropriation of the General Court, to be laid out near the center of said township, and to average in goodness with the other lots therein ; and on condition that the said Dummer Sewall, Francis Tufts and Samuel Butterfield shall pay or give sufficient security to pay to the committee on the subject of unappropriated lands in the counties of York, Cumberland and Lincoln, or to their successors in office, for the use of the Commonwealth, the sum...
Page 122 - ... many traditions relating to the great gong, having heard the King's words, said no more, but went to his seat at the royal gate to give the necessary orders for arming the people. He collected the heads of tens, of hundreds and of thousands, and ordered them, according to the rules of the kingdom, to be in readiness to march at a moment's notice, for the tradition of old was, that when the gong sounded towards the mountain, armed men should be called to issue from the city. As soon as the inhabitants...
Page 131 - Scott, being: a minor at the time of the conclusion of the treaty of peace between Great Britain and the United States, was...

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