The Massachusetts Civil List for the Colonial and Provincial Periods, 1630-1774; Being a List of the Names and Dates of Appointment of All the Civil Officers Constituted by Authority of the Charters, or the Local Government Volume 3

The Massachusetts Civil List for the Colonial and Provincial Periods, 1630-1774; Being a List of the Names and Dates of Appointment of All the Civil Officers Constituted by Authority of the Charters, or the Local Government 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. 1870 edition. Excerpt: ...Dec. 10. John Otis, Daniel Parker, Thomas Paine, Nathaniel Freeman appointed.7 Otis, Parker, Paine, Freeman. 1721. N ov. 15. Isaac Lothrop appointed.8 Otis, Parker, Freeman, Lothrop. 7 Freeman succeeded B. Lothrop, who died 1715. 8 Lothrop succeeded "-1Th0s. Paine, deceased." I 1727. Dec. 26. Ezra Bourne appointed.9 Parker, Freeman, L Lothrop, Bourne. 1 1729. Apr. 10. Peter Thatcher, Joseph Lothrop, Ezra Bourne and Shubael-1 Baxter appointed.1-1 Thatcher, Lothrop, Bourne, Baxter. 1731. Aug. 25. The same confirmed. 1736. June 22.-1 John Thatcher appointed."_ Lothrop, Bourne, Baxter, J Thatcher. 1742-3. J an. 27. Shubael Gorham appointed12 I Thatcher, Gorham. 1746. Aug. 9. John Otis appointed." 1747-8. Mch. 1. David Crocker appointed." 1758. June 22. John Thatcher, Sylvanus Bourne, David Crocker and Thomas Winslow appointed.1' J. Thatcher, S. Bourne, Crocker, TVinslo'w. Aug. 3. Thomas Smith, Jr., appointed.16 TVinslo'w, Smith. 1762. Jan. 21. Sylvanus Bourne, Thomas Winslow, Thomas Smith and Ed ward Bacon appointed.17 Bourne, VVinslow, Smith, Bacon. 1764. Feb. 1. J amcs Otis appointed Chief Justice.18 Otis, TVinslow, Smith, Bacon. 9 Bourne probably succeeded Otis, who died Nov. 30, 1727. 1 Parker had died Dec. 23, 1728, aged 59; Freeman had probably resigned. " John Thatcher undoubtedly succeeded his brother, Peter 'I', who died in 1735 or '6. 12 13 14 1' Winslow succeeded John Otis, who died 4 May, 1758, and Boume took the place made vacant, probably, by the resignation of 16 Smith took the place of Crocker. 17 Boume was promoted to the place of Thatcher, who resigned, probably, and died Mch. 17, 1764, aged 89; Bacon filled the vacancy. 8 Otis thus succeeded Boume as Chief...show more

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  • Paperback | 56 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 118g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123696408X
  • 9781236964083