Provincial and State Papers, Volume 9 (Google eBook)

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authority of the Legislature of New Hampshire, 1875
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Contents

Petition for power to raise money 45
45
Petition of Garland and Brewster for a Congregational
48
Petition for a tax on their land for a meetinghouse c
55
Perambulation of Bow town lines
63
Petition of agents of Bow for a loan of money 1754
67
Inventory of Bow and Canterbury 1761 73
73
Remonstrance against Keeneborough patent 8083
80
Petition of John Odlin and others for power to call
83
CANTERBURY
86
Petition of Archelaus Moor and others to be set off
94
Petition of Selectmen for a road 1768
98
Petition for aid of soldiers
106
Petition for a new Parish 1763names in
112
Petition of Daniel Foster for a Ferry
120
Petition of Moses Little and associates for extension
125
Petition of inhabitants for like purpose 1747names
131
CONWAY
140
DEERFIELD
146
Petition of inhabitants relating to town meeting
152
Petition of inhabitants of the N E part of Dover
159
Action of General Assembly and Report of Com
162
Petition of people in Dover and other towns for
168
List of the second foot company of Dover 1740 174
174
Petition in relation to being set off in a separate
180
DORCHESTER
187
Petition of Inhabitants of Pine Hill 1763
193
Petition for dividing the Province into Counties 1754
201
Petition of Joseph Blanchard 1762
207
Names of persons who voted for Rev Mr Bird
213
Sundry names in Dunstable
219
Petition of people in the west part of Dunstable
226
Petition relating to another hearing
228
DURHAM
234
Names of soldiers in Durham under Capt John
240
EPSOM
246
Oath of the people
252
Counter petitionnames
257
Report on location of a meetinghouse
265
Remonstrancenames
273
Petition in answer to that praying for exemp
280
Petition of sundry inhabitants of Exeter to be incor
291
Acceptance of the foregoing Result and Advice
297
FRANCESTOWN
299
GOFFSTOWN
306
A Bank of paper currency
313
GREENLAND
320
GROTON formerly COCKERMOUTH
328
Petition of Richard Hazzen about support of
334
Petition of Selectmen about taxes
335
Petition of inhabitants of Hamptonfalls for a tavern
341
Agreement relating to Rev Ward Cotton
347
Names of persons in ditlercnt towns who petitioned
356
Notification of a Parish meeting to set off those
362
Petition for a Presbyterian Society renewed
370
Petition of the Parish of Hamptonfalls in relation
374
Petition for an Act of Incorporation
380
Petition of Daniel Jones for remission of taxes
386
Petition for a new County Important
393
Petition of Proprietors for extension of their grant
396
HOPKINTON
404
A true list of the inhabitants settled in Alstead 1771
415
HUDSON formerly NOTTINGHAM WEST
416
Petition for Town privileges 1743 761
417
Vote on the question of incorporation
422
Depositions of Thomas Pollard Benj Marshall
428
JEFFERSON formerly DARTMOUTH
430
Remonstrance against a new Parish
439
Differences about lands adjusted and Petition
492
Counter petition to foregoingnames
498
Petition for a new Parishbounds 504505
504
Counter petition
513
Petition for a law regulating fishing
519
Petition about irregular proceedings in town meet
525
Agreement of Committees
533
AMHERST
541
Heads of families single men c
547
Petition about minister and school lotsnames
553
New Castles answer to Sandybeach petitionnames
561
NEW DURHAM
569
An act for erecting and maintaining a bridge c
576
Reply to Exeters objections
580
Vote and petition of East Kingston against it
586
Another similar petitionnames not repeated
592
Act to raise money by Lottery for a bridge
598
NEW IPSWICH
604
SOUTH HAMPTON
607
Report of a Committee
611
Petition of Sam1 French and others against a
613
Petition of inhabitants of South Hampton east end
619
Petition from South Hampton for a surveyor
625
Note by John Farmer Esq Shem Drown of Boston
632
Petition of inhabitants in the Southwest of Notting
638
Northwood
643
A list of inhabitants in Orford with their families
645
PELHAM
652
Petition for a Justice of the Ptacenames
660
Petition for a new countynames
666
Petition relating to Peterborough Slip for annexa
667
Petition of selectmen of Plaistow about a constable
673
Petition for a Special Act against thieves c
680
Petition for a grant of land and Request to the
689
Petition of the South Parish in Portsmouth
695
Deed from Theodore Atkinson and others of their
703
Memorial for a bounty on fish wheat hemp c
709
POWNALL in Vermont
715
An act for erecting a new Parish c
717
Petition of Wm Chamberlin and John Jenness
723
RUMNEY
730
Vote and Remonstrance of Portsmouth against 1724
737
Petition from the Parish of Rye 1729
740
Letter from Theo Atkinson to Selectmen of Lon
746
Certificate of former Constables List of the
752
Petition of John Page and Benjamin Baker to
764
Petition in relation to a highway
772
Petition to be set off into a Township
778
Another petition relating to the same matter
784
Petition for incorporation 759
788
WILTON
794
WINDHAM
800
Deposition of James GilmoreCertificate
803
Petition for an alteration in their Charternames
809
Petition in relation to a disturbance in the Parish
816
Petition of Oliver Saunders
822
Brookline
826
Orange
829
Constitution proposed in 1779 Declaration of Rights 837838
837
An Address of the Convention 845852
845
Proposed ConstitutionPart I Bill of Rights 852858
852
Form of Government Part II 858877
858
Delegates to Congress
872
The Bill of RightsNote by the Editor
882
Bill of Rights See Editors Note 896903
896
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