What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
acres arrived Bingham boat born Boston building built Bunker called Capt captain cleared Cobb Cole Court daughter David died dined early Eastern engaged farm fish four Francis George Goulds Gouldsborough hands Hill interest Island James John Jones Joseph July laborers land letter lived lodged Maine March married Mass Massachusetts meeting miles mill MONDAY Moore morning Nathan Nathaniel night o'clock passed Penobscot Peters Point Pond present Prospect Harbor purchase recorded Regiment residents returned River Road Road Cutters Robert sail Samuel Sarah Sargent schoolhouse schooner settled settlers seven Shaw ship side sold sons Sowle summer SUNDAY Surveyor Thomas THURSDAY took town township Tracy TUESDAY vessel village visited Voted WEDNESDAY week West Gouldsboro wife wind Winter Harbor Wood Young
Page 12 - Town, requiring him to notify and warn the inhabitants thereof to meet at such time and place, as he shall therein set forth, to choose all such Officers as towns are by law required and empowered to choose in the months of March or April, annually.
Page 18 - was his determined and memorable reply. ' I will hold this court if I hold it in blood. I will sit as a Judge, or I will die as a General.
Page 19 - In 1798, he was appointed Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas for the County of Worcester.
Page 12 - Bill having had two several readings, passed to be enacted. SAMUEL PHILLIPS, President. By the Governor approved. ' JOHN HANCOCK. True copy. Attest, JOHN AVERY, JUN., Secretary.
Page 11 - Esq. be and he is hereby impowered to issue his warrant directed to some principal inhabitant of the said town of...
Page 11 - Plan, together with all the inhabitants thereon, be and hereby are incorporated into a Town by the name of Eastport.
Page 12 - Greeting: You are hereby required, in the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, to notify and warn the...
Page 21 - Co. in 1803-9; and maj.-gen. of the roth div. of the State militia in 1813. He took up his final residence in Taunton in 1820. He received the honorary degree of Master of Arts from New Jersey College in 1783, and from Brown University in 1790; was a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and of the Mass. Medical Society, and was VICE-PRESIDENT of the MASS. SOCIETY of the CINCINNATI in 1810.
Page 12 - To Bring in their ballots for Governor, Counsellor, Senator Regester of deeds, & County Treasurer 4th To Choose all other Town officers as the law directs 5th To See how much money the Town will raise to to Pay Town Chardes the present year 6th To See how much money the Town will raise for Preaching the present year 7th To See how much money the Town will raise for repairing the highways the present year...