Records Relating to the Early History of Boston Volume 20

Records Relating to the Early History of Boston Volume 20

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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. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...Esq. Mr. Francis Salmon. Constable Ward Number Eleven Mr. Henderson Inches John Hill Esq. Mr. Samuel Adams Mr. Nathaniel Gardner John Rowe Esq. Mr. John Gray Mr. John Winslow Mr. Edward Baker. Constable Ward Number Twelve John Avery Esq. Samuel Wells Esq. Joshua Henshaw Esq. Deacon Benjamin Church Mr. Sampson Salter Cap'. Hopestill Foster Mr. Samuel Demming Deacon Thomas Foster Mr. Hezekiah Usher. Constable--And the Town Clerk is directed to give forth Copys of the above Order or Sortment accordingly. 9. At a Meeting of the Selectmen, Feb7. 19-1766. Present Joshua Henshaw Esq. Joseph Jackson Esq. Benjamin Austin Esq. John Hancock Esq. There having been a General Walk or Visitation of the Town on the Yesterday, the Gentlemen that attended met and Reported the following Strangers they found in the Town--Viz'. Robert Durant, he lives at Joseph Sullivans in Mr. Emmons House back of Cap'. Andrews. Joseph Allen from Cambridge, has a Wife and Three Children, lives in a House near Mr. Jenkins the Baker. One Hodges a Widow Woman from Cambridge, lives in a House at New Boston and has a number of Children, she is a bad Woman and in poor Circumstances. One Sullyvan from Hallifax, who kept a Woman that has run off, he is now married and lives in a House of Mr. William Phillips in Corn Court--has been in Town about Three or four Months Mary Roods a Stranger living at Susannah Morris's House in Mr. Henshaws New Buildings. lO. Joseph Steel from the Town of Abbington, who lives in a House of Samuel Wells Esq. at said Wells' Wharff he was Reported by Mr. Wells., The Names of the aforementioned Persons were given into the Persons appointed to warn Strangers out of Town as the Law directs. At a Meeting of the Selectmen, February 241. 1766. Present more

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  • Paperback | 164 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 304g
  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236821130
  • 9781236821133