History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire: From Its Settlement in 1638, to the Autumn of 1892, Volume 1

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Salem Press Publishing and Printing Company, 1894 - Hampton (N.H.)
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Contents

II
IV
27
VI
50
VIII
78
X
88
XII
107
XIII
125
XIV
138
XXVIII
335
XXIX
337
XXXI
356
XXXII
367
XXXIV
385
XXXVII
396
XXXIX
409
XLI
430

XV
154
XVII
165
XVIII
187
XIX
194
XX
211
XXI
241
XXII
268
XXIV
284
XXVI
295
XXVII
311
XLII
448
XLIV
464
XLV
465
XLVI
474
XLVII
496
XLVIII
509
XLIX
521
L
536
LI
551
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Page 134 - curve line Pursuing the course of the Merrimack River, at three miles distance, on the north side thereof, beginning at the Atlantic Ocean and ending at a point due north of a place in the plan returned by the said Commissioners, called Pawtucket Falls, and
Page 28 - that none of them should suffer so much barbarism in any of their families, as not to endeavor to teach by themselves or others, their children and apprentices
Page 256 - above Twenty-one years of age (Lunaticks, Idiots, and Negroes excepted) to sign to the DECLARATION on this Paper; and when so done, to make Return hereof, together with the Name or Names of all who shall refuse to sign the same, to the General-Assembly, or Committee of Safety of this Colony.
Page 83 - examine and determine all complaints and appeals, in matters civil, military, and criminal ; provide for the peace and security of the country, according to their good and sound discretion, and to such instructions as they should receive from the king, and to certify him of their proceedings.
Page 97 - That he should be carried back to the place from whence he came, and from thence be drawn to the place of execution, and there be hanged by the neck
Page 325 - I consider this among the most important acts of my life, second only to that of signing the Declaration of Independence, if even second to that.
Page 134 - That the Northern Boundaries of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, are and be a similar curve line Pursuing the course of the Merrimack River, at three miles distance, on the north side thereof, beginning at the Atlantic Ocean and ending at a point due north of a place
Page 413 - Help, Lord ; for the godly man ceaseth ; for the faithful fail from among the children of men.
Page 371 - I must work the work of him that sent me while it is day ; the night cometh when no man can work.'

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