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Amherst Andover Antrim Appleton Academy April April 18 April 27 August Averill Bancroft Batchelder Betsey Boston Bradford building Campbell Capt Charles Cloutman Colby committee Conant Congregational church corporation Daniel Dartmouth College Deacon District Dodge Elizabeth farm Francestown George George Stevens Goffstown graduated Hampshire Hannah Henry Hiram Perkins hundred dollars Hutchinson James Jesse Joseph Josiah July July 21 June June 15 June 22 Kendall Kittredge Lamson lived Lowell Lyndeboro Lyndeborough March March 13 March 20 Marden Mary Mass McCollom Institute meeting meeting-house Milford Miss Mont Vernon Mont Vernon Mont Nancy Nashua Nathan Nathaniel parish pastor Perkins preaching Principal Prof record resides Richardson road Samuel Sarah Sept settled Smith Starrett Stevens Stinson teacher town of Mont Trow Trustees turnpike Vernon Mont Vernon village voted wife Wilkins William H Wilton Woodbury
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Page 43 - present or represented at said meeting, accounting and allowing one vote to each share in all cases, shall choose a clerk who shall be sworn to the faithful discharge of the duties of his Office; and shall agree on a method of calling future meetings; and at the same or
Page 162 - privileges, and subject to all the duties, restrictions and liabilities set forth in all general laws, which now are, or may hereafter be in force and applicable to such corporations. SECTION
Page 80 - No foot of land do I possess, No cottage in this wilderness— A poor way-faring man; I lodge awhile in tents below. And gladly wander to and fro. Till I
Page 69 - And he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment and buy one.
Page 8 - man thoroughly furnished to every good work, and from one who might come to them in the fulness of the blessings of the Gospel of Peace. "And in conclusion, hoping that the bare sight of such a number of names as would be annexed to s'd memorial might be
Page 208 - I will not give sleep to mine eyes, or slumber to my eyelids until I find out a place for the Lord, a tabernacle for the mighty one of Jacob.
Page 40 - so many gates or turnpikes upon and across said road, as will be necessary and sufficient to collect the tolls and duties hereinafter granted to the said company, from all persons travelling in the same, with horses, cattle, carts and
Page 40 - to appoint such and so many toll gatherers, as they shall think proper, to collect and receive of and from all and every person or persons using said road, the tolls and rates