5 edition of Orders and by-laws made & agreed upon by the freeholders and inhabitants of the town of Boston found in the catalog.
Orders and by-laws made & agreed upon by the freeholders and inhabitants of the town of Boston
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 2607.|
|Contributions||Massachusetts. Court of General Sessions of the Peace (Suffolk County)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 25-36,  p.|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Several Rules, Orders, and By-Laws, made by the Free-Hold & In|habitants of the Town of Boston. At a Meeting of the Freeholders and Inhabitans of the Town of Boston, duely qualifyed to Act & Vote in Town Affairs, being orderly Warned and Assembled, the Twelfth Day of May, Anno Domini.
The votes and proceedings of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, in town meeting assembled, according to law. (Published by order of the town.) Paperback – Novem by. Get this from a library. Orders and by-laws made & agreed upon by the freeholders and inhabitants of the town of Boston: on on March April and March 8.
[Boston (Mass.); Massachusetts. Court of General Sessions of the Peace (Suffolk County)]. Orders and by-laws made & agreed upon by the freeholders and inhabitants of the town of Boston: on on March April and March 8.
by Boston. Several rules, orders, and by-laws: made and agreed upon by the free-holders and inhabitants of Boston of the Massachusets [sic], at their meeting May, and September And approved by His Majesties justices for the county of Suffolk, at their general quarter sessions held at Boston, August 5th.
and October 27th. next following. Boston selectmen approve the documents at a town meeting on 20 November, and vote to collate them into a single pamphlet for distribution. Six hundred copies are published and delivered to each of the towns and districts in Massachusetts, as well as to every Boston clergyman and selectmen.
The votes and proceedings of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, in town meeting assembled, according to law, the 5th and 18th days of November. (Published by order of the town.). The freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, qualified as the law directs, are hereby notified to meet at Faneuil-Hall, on Monday the 11th of March current to nominate and choose meet persons to serve the town the year ensuing, as selectmen, town-clerk, overseers of the poor, wardens, fire-wards, constables, and other officers as the law directs.
A letter to the freeholders and other inhabitants of the Massachusetts-Bay, relating to their approaching election of representatives [electronic resource]: [Ten lines of quotation] Book.
Full text of "At a legal meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, holden on the 14th day of January, A. voted--That the selectmen be requested to cause to be published a correct list--stating the amount of real and personal estate taxed for the year and also all abatements that have been made from the estimation, if any, previous.
Book/Printed Material Votes and proceedings of the town of Boston, J At a legal and very full meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, by adjournment at Faneuil-Hall, J [Boston, ].
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Upon a Motion made and seconded — Voted, that at the Annual Town Meeting in March next, there shall be One ire-Ward chosen out of each of the Wards in this Town, the Number allowed by Law permitting it To the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of Boston in Town Meeting Assembled May 4.
Rules, orders, and by-laws, made by the freeholders and inhabitants of the town of Salem. At a meeting of the freeholders and inhabitants of the town of Salem, duly qualified to act and vote in town affairs, being assembled by adjournment of March meeting, on the eleventh day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine Rules, orders, and bylaws adopted by the freeholders and inhabitants of the town of Boston were published in in a pamphlet, and this is supposed to be the first time they were published as a whole.
Whitmore (ed.), A reportp. BOOKS Le Corbusier, Creation is a Patient Search, translated by. Author of The by-laws and town-orders of the town of Boston, Notification, Notification, Laws, etc, At a publick town-meeting in Boston, May 9thand continued by adjournment to May 11th, By-law relative to bulls and cows, Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston, Officials and employees of the city of Boston and county of Suffolk with.
In May,he appeared himself as a member of the Assembly, and it was then enacted as a law that the lands and marsh or meadow formerly laid out for Salem Town bounds, by agreement of John Fenwick and the people of Salem Liberty, shall stand and be forever to and for the only use of the freeholders and inhabitants of said town.
It was then. Notification: the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, qualified as the law directs, are hereby notified to meet at Faneuil-Hall on Friday the fifth day of May current to elect and depute one or more persons to represent them in the Great and General Court or Assembly, to be holden at the Court House in Boston upon Wednesday the thirty-first day of.
Articles agreed upon by the Charitable Irish Society, in Boston New-England, for the better management of their charity. Published: () To the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, in town meeting assembled, March by: Gardiner, Silvester, Ibid.; “Heads of Regulations made & agreed to by And'w.
Symmer Esq [and ten male] Inhabitants at Shelburne Town, Turks Islands,” 11 Mayenclosed in Symmer to Lord Hillsborough, 26 MayCO / and CO Emphasis added. 29 [Lord Hillsborough?], Whitehall, to Mr. Symmer, 30 JuneCO Rules, orders and by-laws made by the freeholders and inhabitants of the town of Salem Published: () Charter and ordinances of the borough of Carlisle to which are prefixed incidents of the early history of the town with a succinct notice of its present condition.
 Ata Meeting of the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, assembled at Faneuil Hall, on Monday the 7th day of May A.D. at 9 0'clock A.M. — attached to Hook & Ladder company.— The two former offices have replied. AN ACT IN FURTHER ADDITION TO AN ACT, INTITLED AN ACT FOR REGULATING FENCES, CATTLE, &C.
Be it enacted by his excellency the governor, council and representatives, in general court assembled, and by the au-thority of the same, that in any and every town of this pro-Fences viuce where several allotments of upland and meadow are nott.
t0 inclosed Author: Massachusetts. Pamphlets An Oration Delivered March 5th, The Votes and Proceedings of the Freeholders and Other Inhabitants of the Town of Boston An Oration Delivered March 5th. Copy of letters sent to Great-Britain, by His Excellency Thomas Hutchinson, the Hon.
Andrew Oliver, and several other persons. Massachusetts Constitution. PREAMBLE. The end of the institution, maintenance, and administration of government, is to secure the existence of the body politic, to protect it, and to furnish the individuals who compose it with the power of enjoying in safety and tranquillity their natural rights, and the blessings of life: and whenever these great objects are not obtained, the.
The Building Law of the City of Boston. Being Acts ofChapter [Boston. Ordinances, etc] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Building Law of the City of Boston.
Being Acts ofChapter Author: etc Boston. Ordinances. It is decreed by the authoritie of this Court that where the major part of the Inhabitants (according to the order of regulating valid town acts) shall graunt, build, or purchase such habitation it shall be good in law, and the particular sum upon each person assessed by just rate, shal be duly paid according as in other cases of town rates.
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this Town." At a town meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Mendon, legally qualified, warned and assembled, at the First Precinct Meeting House, in said Mendon, February ye 10th,Mr. John Tyler was chosen Moderator.
Then was laid before the meeting the letter or pamphlet of the Committee of Correspondence of the. At a meeting of the freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Town of Springfield, Colonel John Pynchon Esq was made choice of to be Reprentative for this Town to attend the Sessions of the General Court for the present year.
At a lawfull Town meeting of the freeholders and other. p inhabitants of the Town of Springfield on November ye The following list of freeholders of the town appears in the records forupon which the town [inhabitants] mutually agreed to Relinquish all those Demands and Begin Anew in the World -- Which was confirmed By Each Creditor signing a Receipt in full from the town." GREEN was a young merchant and early in February had made his usual.
CHARLES W. HILL vs. CITY OF BOSTON. Mass. Ma Suffolk County. A child, attending a public school in a school-house provided by a city, under the duty imposed upon it by general laws, cannot maintain an action against the city for an injury suffered by reason of the unsafe condition of a staircase in the school house, over which he is passing.
A glance at the Town Records tells us, “At an Annual Town Meeting held at the Meeting House in the Town of Salem on tuesday the Sixth day of april one thousand Seven Hundred and ninety by the freeholders and Inhabitants of the Said Town voted that there Shall be raised by Tax in the Said Town the Sums of Forty pounds to Build a Bridge over.
Bernard, upon orders from the Secretary of State of the Colonies Lord Hillsborough, demanded that the legislature rescind the vote concerning the circular letter. The Votes and Proceedings of the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Town of Boston (Boston, ). Journal of the American Revolution is the leading source of knowledge Author: Katie Turner Getty.
The True Story of Paul Revere Chapter 4 Chapter 4: The Citizen and Soldier by Charles Gettemy. Immediately after the battle of Lexington Revere decided to take up his residence for a time in Charlestown, conceiving, no doubt, that this would be a more congenial place of abode during the troublous times then upon the country than Boston, where persons.
COURT/LEGAL: The Hand Family Dorthy Hand Dymond, p. 5 Entries in the East Hampton Town Records, Volume I. 19 March /58 - It is ordered and by a major vote of the inhabitants of this town agreed upon that Thomas Baker and John Hand are to go to "Keniticut" for to bring us under their government according to the terms as Southampton is and.
CHAPTER XVIII. TOWN OF LANSINGBURGH. The town of Lansingburgh was originally intended as the site for the principal city north of Albany on the east bank of the Hudson river; but the inhabitants of the settlement a mile or two south of New City, as the village of Lansingburgh was first known, took advantage of the opportunities which presented themselves in rapid.
Boston: Printed by EDES and GILL, in Queen-Street. M,DCC,LXXIII. At a meeting f the Freeholders and other Inhabitants f the Town f Boston. duly assembled at Faneuil-Hall, and held by Adjournment at the Old-South Meeting-House, on.
This year an estimate was made of the population of the town, which showed that it contained white inhabitants and 93 negro slaves. In a census of the town was taken and it showed the population to be 1, of whom were negro slaves.
FREDERICKSBURG IN REVOLUTIONARY DAYS PART I. One of Fredericksburg's honored institutions was its "independent company of foot composed of the gentlemen inhabitants of the town." There is a record of the existence of this company as early as * On AugHugh Mercer, George Weedon, Alexander Spotswood and John Willis.
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