Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston, Volume 15 (Google eBook)

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Rockwell and Churchill, 1886 - Local history
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Page 110 - Boston, within their precincts, that have an Estate of Forty shillings p. annum of Free hold in Land within this Province or Territory at the least, or other Estate to the value of forty...
Page 96 - Pursuant therefore to the Direction of the Law in that Case made and provided, and the Order of the Governour and Council of this Day, You are here by Directed and required forthwith to repair to the Hospital aforesaid, And Carefully to Watch the...
Page 70 - ... this Province or Territory at the least, or other Estate to the value of Forty Pounds Sterling to convene at...
Page 176 - Requiring them to Warn all the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of the said Town, Qualified as the Law directs, to meet at the same time and place ; To...
Page 116 - That as, in consequence of the former resolve, all business at the Inferior Court of Common Pleas and Court of General Sessions of the Peace next to be holden at...
Page 159 - Turner being wall recommended. Voted, That Liberty be accordingly Granted to mr. Ephraim Turner to open a School in Treamount Street, for the Instructing of Children and others in Dancing While he Continues to Govern and regulate the said School in an Orderly manner to the approbation of the Select men of the Town for the time being.
Page 353 - Person being a Free holder and Resident in the Town to Serve for and Represent them in the Great and General Court...
Page 175 - Court or Assembly appointed to be convened held and kept for His Majesty's Service at...
Page 134 - Grey hound, in Roxbury, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon of the said Day, in order to attend the said Business And the Town Clerk is hereby Directed to give seasonable Notice (by a Letter) to the Select men of Roxbury of this Appointment, Desiring them to appoint and Impower a Committee in behalf of the Town of Roxbuiy to join with us in that service accordingly.
Page 197 - Whether they jndge it proper to dismiss him from the said Hospital. Upon a Motion made and seconded, Voted, That the Sum of Eight Pounds be Allowed and paid out of the Town Treasury, to m". Mary Sharrow, for a Feather Bed, with which She furnished the Town, the last Fall, when the Small pox broke out in her House, [19O.] In full, and that a Draft on the Treasury be made accordingly the next draft Day. Whereas Caleb Lyman Esqr. stands Obliged by a Note under his Hand, to pay to mr. Samuel Tyley, Clerk...

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