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" Plan, together with all the inhabitants thereon, be and hereby are incorporated into a Town by the name of Eastport. "
A History of Buckfield, Oxford County, Maine, from the Earliest Explorations ... - Page 106
by Alfred Cole, Charles Foster Whitman - 1915 - 758 pages
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The Turner Register, 1903-4

Turner (Me.) - 1904 - 109 pages
...Sylvester, and included within the boundaries described by this Act., together with the inhabitants thereof, be, and 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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The Woodstock, Sumner and Buckfield Town Register, 1905

Buckfield (Me.) - 1905 - 137 pages
...to the east line of Plantation Number Four; thence by said line running south thirteen degrees east, to the first mentioned bound; together with the inhabitants thereon, be and they hereby are, incor. porated into a town by the name of BUCKFIELD, and the said town is hereby invested...
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Documentary History of the State of Maine, Volume 21

Local history - 1916
...Isleand, Moose Isleand, Saddle Isleand, and Western Mark Isleand, with all the Inhabitants settled thereon be, and hereby are incorporated into a Town by the name of and the said Town is hereby invested with all the powers, previleges and immunities, which Towns in...
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The Baxter Manuscripts, Volumes 9-24

James Phinney Baxter - Maine - 1916 - 526 pages
...Isleand, Moose Isleand, Saddle Isleand, and Western Mark Isleand, with all the Inhabitants settled thereon be, and hereby are incorporated into a Town by the name of and the said Town is hereby invested with all the powers, previleges and immunities, which Towns in...
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A History of Farmington, Franklin County, Maine, from the Earliest ...

Francis Gould Butler - Farmington (Me.) - 1885 - 683 pages
...ninety rods to Sandy River, thence down said river about half a mile to the bound first mentioned, together with the inhabitants thereon be and hereby are incorporated into a town by the name of Farmington and vested with all the power and privileges and immunities, which towns in this Commonwealth...
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