History of Farmington, Maine, from Its First Settlement to the Year 1846 (Google eBook)

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J.S. Swift, 1875 - Farmington (Me.) - 120 pages
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Page 86 - Behold, ye despisers, and wonder, and perish: for I work a work in your days, a work which ye shall in no wise believe, though a man declare it unto you.
Page 88 - The sinners in Zion are afraid ; fearfulness hath surprised the hypocrites. Who among us shall dwell with the devouring fire? who among us shall dwell with everlasting burnings?
Page 106 - Province, and that the whole of each town be laid out into sixty-three equal shares, one share of which to be for the first settled minister one for the use of the ministry, and one for...
Page 15 - ... the Ministerial lot, or in building the House for the public Worship of God, two days in a year for ten years to come, when required by the Standing Committee of this...
Page 47 - ... twenty acres each for public uses, viz : one for the first settled minister, one for the use of the ministry, one for the use of Schools, in said township, and one for the future appropriation of the General Court, to be laid out near the center of said township, and to average in goodness, with the other lots therein...
Page 63 - Academy; and that they, and their successors, shall be and continue a body politic and corporate, by the same name forever.
Page 47 - ... schools in said township, and one for the future appropriation of the General Court, to be laid out near the center of said township, and to average in goodness with the other lots therein ; and on condition that the said Dummer Sewall, Francis Tufts and Samuel Butterfield shall pay or give sufficient security to pay to the committee on the subject of unappropriated lands in the counties of York, Cumberland and Lincoln, or to their successors in office, for the use of the Commonwealth, the sum...
Page 88 - Now therefore fear the Lord, and serve him in sincerity and truth: and put away the gods which your fathers served on the other side of the flood, and in Egypt; and serve ye the Lord.
Page 15 - The conditions of the grant were that the grantee should build a house not less than twenty feet square and seven feet stud, clear and bring...
Page 46 - ... January 1784 viz : Josiah Blake, Samuel Eames, Samuel Briggs, Joseph Riant, Hugh Cox, David Wentworth, Joseph Bradford, Benjamin Handy, Isaac Powers, Abram Page, Silas Gould, Samuel Chandler, Ephraim Cowan, Noah Billington, Susannah Davenport, Isaac Teague, Abraham Smith, Joseph Ralph and Oliver Baily, by granting to each of them to hold in fee, one hundred acres of land, to be so laid out as will best include his or her improvement and be least injurious to the adjoining land, upon the receipt...

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