Laws of the State of New-York; Revised and Passed at the Thirty-Sixth Session of the Legislature

Laws of the State of New-York; Revised and Passed at the Thirty-Sixth Session of the Legislature : With Marginal Notes and References Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1815 edition. Excerpt: ... shall have filed such bond as aforesaid, as well the said two thousand dollars as the arrears of taxes due to the said town of Stratford from non-resident owners of land in the said town, which money shall be applied by the said commissioners to the improvement of that part ot_' the said road herein before designated, and if there shall remain in the hands of the said commissioners a surplus of money after that part of the said road herein before designated shall have been improved and completed, then and in that case the said commissioners shall apply such surplus money to improve the said road, hcginning at the dwelling-house of the said' Kerley Ward, herein before named, and progressing north-westerl to the west hounds of the said town of Stratford. Vll. And e itfilrther enacted, That the said commissioners may make alterations and deviations from the track of the said um ma, ac. road as they may think proper and necessary for the convenience of the public-_ 8' "_ VIII. 4-all be itfurther enacted, That it shall be the duty of I0 3:, Q: the supervisor of the said town of Stratford, and he is hereby re, quired, to pay to the said commissioners above named, all the monies which he has received or which he shall receive from the, treasurer ol' the county of Montgomery, for the arrears of taxes which are now due to the said town of Stratford, for lands owned by persons not residing in the said town, and not otherwise, appropriated. Jl ale.--This loan promotes an important object, and cvinces the just senseentgrq 'mined by the legislature, of making and improving roads throughout the state.._1_n ACT autltorisiyzg Isaac Hays, (lurtis Noble and Sher-e man Page, and their associates, to erect a dam across the...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236770463
  • 9781236770462