History of the Town of Andover, New Hampshire: Narrative (Google eBook)

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Rumford Print. Company, 1910 - Andover (N.H.)
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Page 70 - How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that publisheth peace ; That bringeth good tidings of good, that publisheth salvation ; That skith unto Zion, Thy God reigneth.
Page 217 - ... for every other carriage of pleasure, under whatever name it may go, the like sums, according to the number of wheels and horses drawing the same...
Page 169 - Be it therefore enacted by the Council and House of Representatives in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same...
Page 120 - These churches accept the religion of Jesus, holding, in accordance with his teaching, that practical religion is summed up in love to God and love to man.
Page 224 - The selectmen in each town shall assess annually, upon the polls and ratable estate taxable therein, a sum to be computed at the rate of $30 for every dollar of the public taxes apportioned to such town, and so a greater or less sum. SECT. 2. The town may raise a sum exceeding the amount aforesaid, which shall be assessed in the same manner.
Page 4 - Possible that the three lots belongs to one share be Numbered with the same Number so as to make but one Draught for the three lots belonging to each share That the said land be so laid out within nine Months from the Granting thereof & then the lots Drawn for in the usual manner of Drawing for lots of land in such Cases and that this be done at Portsmouth aforesaid under the Care and Direction of the Grantors and...
Page 473 - Lots belonging to one Share be Numbred with the Same Number so as to make but one Draught for the three Lots belonging to Each Share That the said Land be so laid Out within Nine Months from the Granting Thereof & then the Lots Drawn for in the Usual Manner of...
Page 428 - ... in the songs of native land, Linked with the deeds of valor grand Told when the bright day wanes. Part of the nation's life art thou, O mountain of the granite brow ! Not Pelion when the Argo rose, Grace of its goodliest trees ; Nor...
Page 428 - LIFT thy head, thou mountain lone, And mate thee with the sun ! Thy rosy clouds are valeward blown, Thy stars, that near at midnight shone, Gone heavenward one by one, And half of earth, and half of air, Thou risest vast and gray and bare And crowned with glory. Far southwest Monadnock sinks to see, For all its trees and towering crest And clear Contoocook from its breast Poured down for wood and lea, How statelier still, through frost and dew, Thy granite cleaves the distant blue.
Page 428 - And half of earth, and half of air, Thou risest vast and gray and bare And crowned with glory. Far southwest Monadnock sinks to see, For all its trees and towering crest And clear Contoocook from its breast Poured down for wood and lea, How statelier still, through frost and dew, Thy granite cleaves the distant blue. And high to north, from fainter sky, Franconia's cliffs look down ; Home to their crags the eagles fly, Deep in their caves the echoes die, The sparkling waters frown, And the Great...

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