The History of the Town of Bowdoinham, 1762-1912 (Google eBook)

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Fairfield publishing Company, 1912 - Bowdoinham (Me. : Town) - 295 pages
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Page 144 - Lieutenant and you are your self to observe and follow such Orders and Instructions, as you shall from time to time receive from Me or...
Page 36 - Winthrop ; and that the Inhabitants thereof be and hereby are invested with all the Powers, Privileges and Immunities which the Inhabitants of any of the Towns within this Province do, or by law ought to enjoy.
Page 180 - ... the support of the State governments in all their rights, as the most competent administrations for our domestic concerns and the surest bulwarks against antirepublican tendencies; the preservation of the General Government in its whole constitutional vigor, as the sheet anchor of our peace at home and safety abroad...
Page 139 - Oct. 1775] ; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Prospect Hill, Dec. 22, 1775. Kimpland, William, Greenfield. Private Capt. Agrippa Wells
Page 36 - Township, qualified by Law to vote in Town Affairs, to meet at such Time and Place as shall be therein set forth, to chuse all such Officers as shall be necessary to manage the Affairs of the said Township. And be it further enacted, That the Freeholders of the said Town...
Page 144 - By Virtue of the power Vested in me; I do by these presents, (reposing special Trust and Confidence in your Loyalty; Courage and Good Conduct) Commission you accordingly; You are therefore carefully and diligently to discharge the duty of a...
Page 35 - Town, lying on the west side of Kennebec River, in the County of Lincoln, are desirous of enjoying the Privileges that will arise to them by being incorporated into a town, Be it enacted by the Governor, Council and House...
Page 143 - ... & to endure any privations which the public welfare may truly require. That they are fully aware of the indispensable necessity of supporting at all times, the laws enacted by the Government of their choice. Under this impression they have refrained from expressing the wishes they most sensibly feel for the removal of the Embargo, & but for the great events in Europe, which materially change the aspect of our foreign relations, they would yet silently wait for the Meeting of Congress, in...
Page 79 - ... at all times readily obey, he shall do no damage to his said master, nor wilfully suffer any to be done by others, and if any to his knowledge be intended, he shall give his master seasonable notice thereof. He shall not waste the goods...
Page 142 - MEMORIAL to the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. The inhabitants of the Town of...

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