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Page 1 - Charles by the grace of God King of England, Scotland, France & Ireland Defender of the Faith &c ; Between the Prefident and Councill of New England in the one party & Sr Ferdinando Gorges of London Kn...
Page 2 - Yeare of the Raigne of our Souraigne Lord Charles by the grace of God of England Scottland ffraunce and Ireland King defendor of the faith &c.
Page 10 - Later in 1678, April 6, townsmen are given liberty to improve Neck Lands " noe longer than ten yeares, . . . and then to be at the townsmen's ordering againe.
Page 19 - Dexter wanted to take more toll than the town wanted him to, so the next pertinent entry: agreed upon that theese ttoo men, Richard Bourne and Thomas Birge hath powr from the towne to laie out Goodman Benjn Nie twelfe akrs of land which the towne did give unto him beecause he did build the Mill at the little pond.
Page 3 - Gods word and ordinances: they are bound ouer vnto' the next Generall Court to make theire appeerance, and in the mean time to bee of good behavior towards all manor of persons, & not to depart the said Court without lycence accordingly, as followeth:— 28 February, 1652.