A Chapter in the History of Cleveland

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Wilton-Smith Company, 1895 - Cleveland (Ohio) - 31 pages
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Page 28 - Pennsylvania, and to continne north until it comes to forty-two degrees and two minutes north latitude. Whereby all the right, title, interest, jurisdiction and claim of the state of Connecticut, to the lands lying west of said line to be drawn as aforementioned, one hundred and twenty miles west of the western boundary line of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as now claimed by said commonwealth, shall be included, released and ceded to the United States in Congress assembled, for the common use...
Page 27 - Be it enacted by the governor, council, and representatives, in general court assembled, and by...
Page 27 - ... all the right, title, interest, jurisdiction and claim, of the state of Connecticut to certain western lands, beginning at the completion of the forty-first degree of north latitude, one hundred and twenty miles west of the western boundary line of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as now claimed by said commonwealth, and from thence by a line drawn...
Page 30 - ... or enjoyed, or accepted, reputed, taken, or known, as part, parcel, or member thereof...
Page 30 - W., their executors, administrators, and assigns, from the day of the date of these presents, for and during and unto the full end and term of 2000 years thenqe next ensuing, and fully to be complete and ended.
Page 28 - Massachusetts, do by these presents, assign, transfer, quit claim, cede and convey to the United States of America, for their benefit, Massachusetts inclusive, all right, title and estate of and in as well the soil as the jurisdiction, which the said commonwealth hath to the territory or tract of country...
Page 27 - May last, in the words following: To all who shall see these presents, We, William Samuel Johnson and Jonathan Sturges, the underwritten delegates for the State of Connecticut in the Congress of the United States, send greeting : WHEREAS, The General Assembly of the State of Connecticut, on the second Thursday...

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