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History of the Town of Weston, Massachusetts, 1630-1890 (1913)
Daniel S. Lamson
No preview available - 2008
History of the Town of Weston: Massachusetts, 1630-1890 (Classic Reprint)
Daniel S. Lamson
No preview available - 2015
44th tt tt Abijah Abraham Alpheus Bigelow appointed Artemas Ward Bemis Benjamin Brown Benjamin Peirce Boston bridge building called Captain Charles River church Coburn Colonel committee Concord Court Daniel Daniel Livermore Deacon Ebenezer Allen Elisha Jones Ephraim Ephraim Williams farm Flagg Francis Fullam Garfield George granted Hastings Henry Hews inhabitants of Weston Isaac Fiske Isaac Hobbs Isaac Jones James Joel Joel Smith John Parkhurst Jonathan Jonathan Fiske Joseph Joseph Peirce Josiah Smith Kendal land Lexington Lieutenant Lincoln Livermore March Massachusetts meeting house meeting-house Middlesex Nathan Barrett Nathaniel Nicholas Boylston Norcross petition pews precinct present purchased records Regiment road Samuel Lamson Samuel Woodward school-house Selectmen shillings sold Stimpson Stratton Sudbury tavern taxes Thomas town meeting held town of Weston town voted tt 44th tt tt tt 44th Upham vote for governor Waltham Watertown Weston company Whitney William Woodward Woolson
Page 146 - I am to be gathered unto my people : bury me with my fathers in the cave that is in the field of Ephron the Hittite, in the cave that is in the field of "Machpelah, which is before Mamre, in the land of Canaan, which Abraham bought with the field of Ephron the Hittite, for a possession of a burying-place.
Page 47 - Governor in Chief in and over his Majesty's Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England and Vice Admiral of the same. To the Hon1'1 his Majesty's Council and House of Representatives in General Court assembled at Boston on the 2G'h day of May AD 1773.
Page 66 - Night from his said Master's service without his leave; nor haunt Ale-houses, Taverns, or Playhouses, but in all Things behave himself as a faithful Apprentice ought to do, during the said Term.
Page 3 - ... stream, and coming from a pond a mile from the river,) Beaver Brook, because the beavers had shorn down divers great trees there, and made divers dams across the brook. Thence they went to a great rock, upon which stood a high stone, cleft in sunder, that four men might go through, which they called Adam's Chair, because the youngest of their company was Adam Winthrop. Thence they came to another brook, greater than the former, which they called Masters' Brook, because the eldest of their party...
Page 8 - Lord, resolving by his help to cleave to each other, as fellow-members of one body in brotherly love and holy watchfulness over one another, for mutual edification, and to submit ourselves to all the Holy administrations appointed by him who is the head of...
Page 66 - ... in witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto interchangeably set their hands and seals, the day and year first above written.
Page 171 - January next, all moneys in the Treasury, derived from the sale of lands in the State of Maine, and from the claim of the State on the government of the United States for military services, and not otherwise appropriated, together with fifty per centum of all moneys thereafter to be received from the sale of lands in Maine, shall be appropriated to constitute a permanent Fund, for the aid and encouragement of Common Schools...
Page 66 - Bell, his step-father, hath put himself, and by these Presents doth voluntarily and of his own free will and accord put himself, apprentice to...
Page 3 - The governour, and some company with him, went up by Charles River about eight miles above Watertown, and named the first brook, on the north side of the river, (being a fair stream, and coming from a pond a mile from the river,) Beaver Brook, because the beavers had shorn down divers great trees there, and made divers dams across the brook.