Gazetteer and Business Directory of Windsor County, Vt., for 1883-84, Volume 1

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Printed at the Journal office, 1884 - United States - 666 pages
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Page 52 - laid claim to the territory, by virtue of a grant made by Charles II. to the Duke of York, in 1664, which included " all the land from the west side of Connecticut river to the east side of Delaware Bay.
Page 73 - who is hereby also appointed the Moderator of the said first Meeting which he is to notify and govern agreeable to the laws and Customs of our said Province and that the Annual meeting forever hereafter, for the choice of such Officers of said Town, shall be on the second Tuesday in March Annually.
Page 73 - or shall be hereafter enacted. III. That before any Division of the land be made to and among the Grantees, a tract of land as near the Centre of the said Township as the Land will admit of, shall be reserved and marked out
Page 12 - the copying press; and postage shall be paid thereon at the rate of one cent for each two ounces or fractional part thereof. FOURTH-CLASS MATTER—ONE CENT FOR EACH OUNCE.
Page 130 - the Provincial Congress of the Colony of New York," to that of " The Convention of the Representatives of the State of New York.
Page 265 - highways. And in setting out the said larger tract and the several lots and parcels of land last described, our said commissioners have had regard to the profitable and unprofitable acres, and have taken care that the length of any of them doth not extend along the banks of any river, otherwise than is conformable to our said royal instructions,
Page 74 - the Glebe for the Church of England, as by law established. One share for the first settled Minister of the Gospel, and one share for the benefit of Schools in said Town. Province of New Hampshire,
Page 1 - COUNTIES IN VERMONT. PERMANENT OFFICE. SYRACUSE, NY • He that bath much to do, will do something wrong, and of that wrong must suffer the consequences ; and if it were
Page 264 - by the name of Windsor, situate, lying and being on the west side of Connecticut river, in the county of Cumberland within our province of New York, beginning on the west bank of the said river, at the distance of five hundred and six chains and twenty links
Page 3 - and to many others throughout the county who have rendered valuable aid. as feel aggrieved in consequence of errors or omissions, we beg pardon, and ask the indulgence of the reader in noting such as have been observed in the subsequent reading of the proofs and which are found corrected in the Errata following this

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