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" from the middle of Piscataqua river, and up the same, to the farthest head thereof, and from thence northward, until sixty miles from the mouth of the harbor were finished ; also, through Merrimack river, to the farthest head thereof, and so forward up... "
History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire: From Its Settlement in 1638 ... - Page 5
by Joseph Dow - 1894
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Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society, Volume 2

Local history - 1827
...language as to the boundary now in controversy is 4' for the land from the middle of Pascataqua river U and up the same to the farthest head thereof, and from thence northwestward until 60 miles from the mouth ofthe harbour were finished : also 5 through the...
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The Annals of America: From the Discovery by Columbus in the Year ..., Volume 1

Abiel Holmes - America - 1829
...e i* e . amp ~ part of Merrimack river, and from thence northward along the sea coast to Pascataqua river, and up the same to the farthest head thereof, and from thence northwestward until 60 miles from the first entrance of Pascataqua river, and also through Merrimack...
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The history of New Hampshire, Volume 1

Jeremy Belknap - New Hampshire - 1831 - 512 pages
...patent, under the common seal of the council of Plymouth, for the land " from " the middle of Pascataqua river, and up the same to the farthest "head thereof, and from thence northwestward, until sixty miles " from the mouth of the harbor were finished ; also, through Mer"...
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Debow's Review: Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial Progress and ..., Volume 15

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, R. G. Barnwell, Edwin Q. Bell, William MacCreary Burwell - Industries - 1853
...Canada, and called Laconia, Mason obtained for himself a new patent. The extent is thus described : " From the middle of Piscataqua river, and up the same to the furthest head thereof, and from thence north-westward, until sixty miles from the mouth of the harbor...
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The History of Manchester, Formerly Derryfield, in New Hampshire: Including ...

Chandler Eastman Potter - Manchester (N.H.) - 1856 - 830 pages
...of the same year, he obtained from the Council of Plymouth, a grant of land " from the middle of the Piscataqua river, and up the same to the farthest head thereof, and from thence northwestward, until sixty miles from the mouth of the harbor were finished; also through Merrimack...
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The History of Concord: From Its First Grant in 1725, to the Organization of ...

Nathaniel Bouton - Concord (N.H.) - 1856 - 786 pages
...land " from the middle part of Merrimack river; and from thence, northward, along the sea coast, to Piscataqua river, and up the same to the farthest head thereof; and from thence, north-westward, until sixty miles from the first entrance of Piscataqua river; and also through Merrimack...
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Debow's Review: Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial Progress and ..., Volume 15

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, R. G. Barnwell, Edwin Q. Bell, William MacCreary Burwell - Industries - 1853
...Canada, and called Laconia, Mason obtained for himself a new patent. The extent is thus described: " From the middle of Piscataqua river, and up the same to the furthest head thereof, and from thence north-westward, until sixty miles from the mouth of the harbor...
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The History of New-Hampshire

Jeremy Belknap - New Hampshire - 1862 - 512 pages
...patent, under the common seal of the council of Plymouth, for the land " from "the middle of Pascataqua river, and up the same to the farthest " head thereof, and from thence northwestward, until sixty miles " from the mouth of the harbor were finished ; also, through Mer"...
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History of New Boston, New Hampshire

New Boston (N.H.) - 1864 - 469 pages
...river of Canada, which tract was called Lacouia. And, in 1629, Capt. Mason procured a new patent for the land, " from the middle of Piscataqua River, and...same to the farthest head thereof, and from thence northwestward until sixty miles from the mouth of the harbor were finished; also through Merrimack...
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History of the Town of Marlborough: Cheshire County, New Hampshire

Charles Austin Bemis - Marlborough (N.H.) - 1881 - 726 pages
...portion of New Hampshire lying east of the Merrimac River. In 1629, the council granted to Capt. Mason all the land " from the middle of Piscataqua River,...same to the farthest head thereof, and from thence north-westward until sixty miles from the mouth of the harbor are finished; also through Merrimac River...
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