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Acushnet avenue Acushnet village Allen Andrew Average number Baker Belville Benjamin Benjamin F Bethel Court blacksmith boarding house Brownell California Cannonville Charles H Chase Cheapside Clark Clark's Point clerk cooper corner County street Crapo Daniel Dartmouth David Davis DEALER Edward elerk Factory farmer Fish Island Fourth Francis George Gifford Grinnell grocer Hathaway Henry Henry H Henry Taber Hillman housewright Howland Isaac James Jenney John Joseph Kempton laborer Leonard Linden mason master mariner master ship Maxfeld Mechanics Lane merchant Middle Mill road N. B. Cordage N. B. Steam Mills North Road number of scholars painter Parker House Peirce Pleasant rear Ricketson rigger Rodman Rotch Russell sail maker Samuel School Sherman shipwright shoe maker Smith South Second South Sixth South Water Spooner Stephen Street—New Bedford Taber Taber's Iron Foundry Third Thomas Tripp truckman Union street Walden Walnut wharf widow William H Wood
Page 10 - Court has exclusive cognizance of all capital crimes, and exclusive chancery jurisdiction, so far as chancery powers are given by statute ; and concurrent original jurisdiction of all civil cases, where the amount in dispute exceeds $3,000 in Suffolk, and $300 in the other counties.
Page 11 - October. At Norton, on the first Tuesday of July. At Westport, on the first Tuesday of August. At Seekonk, on the first Tuesday of September. At Fall River, on the first Tuesday of October. At Attleborough, on the first Tuesday of May.
Page 45 - Jind west. Those running north and south are numbered commencing at Union street, and increasing each way, with the even numbers on the east, and the odd numbers on the west side. Those running east and west are numbered...
Page 45 - The new city, which was commenced in 1524, is built on piles. The streets are sufficiently wide, and run nearly north and south, east and west, intersecting each other at right angles; they are all well paved, and have side walks of flat stones. The public squares are spacious, and surrounded by buildings of hewn stone, and of very good architecture. The public edifices and churches are vast and splendid, and the private buildings being constructed either of porous amygdaloid or...
Page 10 - September. Worcester.— Worcester, on the 1st Tuesday next after the 4th Tuesday in September. Berkshire. — Lenox, on the week following the 2d Tuesday in September. Norfolk.— Dedham, on the 5th Tuesday next after the 4th Tuesday of. September. Hampshire, Hanipden, and Franklin.
Page 11 - Fridays next after the first Tuesdays of April and October. At Norton on the first Tuesday of July. At Westport on the first Tuesday of August. At Seekonk on the first Tuesday of September. At Fall River on the first Tuesday of October. At Attleborough on the first Tuesday of May.
Page 52 - All that portion of the city lying between a line drawn from the river through the centre of...
Page 12 - ... Goff Taunton James Woodward, George B. Atwood, Jacob L. Porter Westport Frederick Brownell, Adam Gifford Gaolers, Jacob L. Porter, of Taunton, John Baylies, of New Bedford. Crier of the Courts, Oliver Soper, of Taunton. Insp. of Fire Arms, Remember Carpenter, Attleboro'.