The Indian Land Titles of Essex County, Massachusetts (Google eBook)

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Essex Book and Print Club, 1912 - Essex County (Mass.) - 144 pages
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Page 22 - That if any person or persons whatsoever, shall, after the publication of this act, presume to make any purchase, or , obtain any title from any Indian or Indians, for any lands, tenements, or hereditaments within this province, contrary to the true intent and meaning of this act, such person or persons so offending, and being thereof duly convicted in any of his...
Page 81 - Parcel thereof, free & clear & clearly acquited & discharged of & from all & all manner of former & other gifts grants bargains sales leases mortgages...
Page 18 - First General Letter of the Governor and Deputy of the New England Company for a Plantation in Massachusetts Bay, to the Governor and Council for London's Plantation in the Massachusetts Bay in New England...
Page 17 - As for the Natives in New England, they inclose noe Land, neither have any setled habytation, nor any tame Cattle to improve the Land by, & soe have noe other but a Naturall Right to those Countries. Soe as if we leave them sufficient for their use, we may lawfully take the rest, there being more then enough for them & us :
Page 36 - ... our subjects, and all our posterity to be true and faithful to the said government, and aiding to the maintenance thereof to our best ability, and from time to time to give speedy notice of any conspiracy, attempt, or...
Page 58 - Forfeitures and of and from all other Titles Troubles Charges and Incumbrances whatsoever had made committed done or suffered to be done...
Page 22 - That this act or any thing therein contained shall not extend or be construed to...
Page 58 - Free and eleer and freely and cleerly acquitted and discharged of and from all and all manner of former and other gifts grants bargaines Sales leases mortgages...
Page 58 - Butt, his heirs and assigns, shall and may from time to time, and at all times forever hereafter, lawfully, peaceably and quietly have, hold, use, occupy, possess and enjoy the...

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