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" This affection was demonstrated by their ready concurrence with the proposal for a general collection, for the purpose of erecting a new brick building* at Harvard college, the old wooden one being small and decayed. The town of Portsmouth, which was... "
The Portsmouth Race of Monsons-Munsons-Mansons: Comprising Richard Monson ... - Page 65
by Myron Andrews Munson, d. 1702) Monson family (Richard Monson - 1910 - 89 pages
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The History of New Hampshire, Volume 1

Jeremy Belknap, John Farmer - New Hampshire - 1831 - 512 pages
...of the people who were united with them in principles and affection. This affection was demonstrated by their ready concurrence with the proposal for a...thirty-two, and Exeter ten pounds for the same laudable purpose.2 The people of Portsmouth, having for some time employed .,-. Joshua Moodey as a preacher...
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A Gazetteer of New Hampshire, Containing Descriptions of All the Counties ...

John Hayward - New Hampshire - 1849 - 264 pages
...richest " of the New Hampshire towns, charged itself with " sixty pounds per annum for seven years ; Dover gave thirty-two, and Exeter ten pounds for the same laudable purpose."* At a sub* Bellmap, I. p. 64 ; F. and M's ed., also Hutcliinson, &c. sequent period, we shall find this...
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