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" Buckfield north line four miles and two hundred fifty-four rods to the bounds first mentioned, with the inhabitants thereon, be, and they hereby are incorporated into a town by the name of Sumner. "
The Woodstock, Sumner and Buckfield town register, 1905 - Page 36
1905 - 137 pages
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Special Laws of the State of Maine Passed by the Legislature

Maine - Bills, Private - 1821
...said Kcnnebec river ; thence down the main channel of the same river, to the first mentioned bound , with the inhabitants thereon, be, and they hereby are, incorporated into a town by the name of Concord ; and the inhabitants of said tpwn are vested with all the powers and privileges and immunities,...
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Private and Special Statutes of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, from May ...

Massachusetts - Law - 1837
...southerly by said river, to the first mentioned corner, together with all the inhabitants dwelling thereon, be, and they hereby are, incorporated into a town, by the name of Webster, and vested with all the powers, privileges and immunities, and subject to all the duties and...
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History of the Town of Lee, Mass: A Lecture, Delivered Before the Young Men ...

Amory Gale - Lee (Mass.) - 1854 - 48 pages
...Stockbridge line, 1550 rods, to the first-mentioned bounds, containing in the whole 14,237 acres, — be, and they hereby are, incorporated into a town by the name of LEE. And the inhabitants be, and they hereby are, invested with all power, privileges, and immunities,...
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Private Acts of the State of Maine

Maine - Bills, Private - 1874
...said Kennebec river ; thence down the main channel of the same river, to the first mentioned bound, with the inhabitants thereon, be, and they hereby are, incorporated into a town^by the name of Concord ; and the inhabitants of said town are vested with all the powers and privileges...
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History of Castine, Penobscot, and Brooksville, Maine: Including the Ancient ...

George Augustus Wheeler - Acadia - 1875 - 401 pages
...aforesaid ; together with all Islands included within said lines; and the Inhabitants within the same be, and they hereby are, Incorporated into a Town by the name of Castine, with all the powers, privileges, and authority of other towns in this Commonwealth. And whereas,...
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The Maine Historical Magazine, Volume 1

History - 1886
...Seven-Hundred-Acre Island, Job's Island, and the Lime Islands, situated in Penobscot Bay, in the County of Lincoln with the inhabitants thereon, be and they hereby are incorporated into a town by the name of Islesborough. * * *'Col. Gabriel Johonnot of Castine, was authorized to call the first meeting. His...
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Centennial Celebration: An Account of the Municipal Celebration of the One ...

Portland (Me.) - Portland (Me.) - 1886 - 379 pages
...the first bounds, together with all the islands that now belong to the first parish in said Falmouth, be, and they hereby are incorporated into a town by the name of Portland, and are hereby invested with all the powers, privileges and immunities, that towns within...
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A History of Turner, Maine, from Its Settlement to 1886

William Riley French - Registers of births, etc - 1887 - 312 pages
...Sylvester, and included within the boundaries described by this Act, together with the inhabitants thereof, be, and they hereby are, incorporated into a Town by the name of Turner. [ Here follow the boundaries contained in the original grant to the Proprietors.] And the said...
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Acts and Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Massachusetts - Law - 1893
...Templeton, thence by said Templeton line to the place where it began, with the inhabitants thereon dwelling, be, and they hereby are incorporated into a town by the name of Gerry: And said town is hereby invested with all the powers, privileges and immunities, to which any...
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Acts and Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Massachusetts - Law - 1895
...southwesterly corner of Orington, thence southerly by said river to the first mentioned bounds, together with the inhabitants thereon, be and they hereby are incorporated into a town by the name of Buckstown, and the said town is hereby invested with all the powers, privileges & immunities, which...
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