The History of Braintree, Vermont: Including a Memorial of Families that Have Resided in Town

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History Book Committee of Braintree, 1883 - Braintree (Vt.) - 208 pages
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Page 75 - And the inhabitants that do or shall hereafter inhabit the said Township, are hereby declared to be enfranchised with and entitled to all and every the privileges and immunities that other towns within our Province by law exercise and enjoy...
Page 75 - Assigns shall plant and cultivate five Acres of Land, within the Term of five Years, for every fifty Acres contained in his or their Share...
Page 73 - General Assembly Of The Freemen of the State Of Vermont To All People to Whome these Presents Shall Come Greeting Know ye that Whereas Messrs.
Page 74 - Impowered to locate said Two rights justly and equitably or quantity for quality in such parts of said Township as they or their Committee shall judge will least incommode the General settlement of said Tract or Township; And the said Proprietors are...
Page 71 - In fact, there's nothing that keeps its youth, So far as I know, but a tree and truth. This is a moral that runs at large; (Take it.
Page 73 - All prosecution shall commence in the name and by the authority of the freemen of the State of Vermont, and all indictments shall conclude with these words, " against the peace and dignity of the same.
Page 74 - Land to the amount of one Right to be and Remain for the purpose of Settlement of a Minister or Ministers, of the Gospel in said Township forever, Lands to the amount of one right for the Support of the Social Worship of GOD in...
Page 74 - Schools, in said State ; lands to the amount of one right to be and remain for the purpose of settlement of a minister and ministers of the Gospel in said Township forever; lands to the amount of one right for the support of the social worship of God...
Page 74 - Rights, when located as aforesaid, shall together with their improvements Rights, Rents, Profits, dues and Intreste remain inalianbly appropriated to the uses and purposes for which they are respectively assigned and be under the charge, direction and disposal of the Inhabitants of said Township forever; Which said Tract of Land hereby Given & Granted as aforesaid is bounded and described as follows, viz.
Page 75 - Township, not so improved or settled, and the same To Revert to the Freemen of this state. To be by their Representatives Regranted to such Persons as shall appear to settle and Cultivate the same...

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