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At a town meeting held on the 25th of May 1818

Boston (Mass.)

At a town meeting held on the 25th of May 1818

by Boston (Mass.)

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Published by s.n. in [Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Finance, Public -- Massachusetts -- Boston,
  • Fiscal policy -- Massachusetts -- Boston,
  • Markets -- Massachusetts -- Boston

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 43413
    ContributionsBoston (Mass.). Committee of Finance.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 folded broadside
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15125315M

    Grievance Day is being held at the Fort Ann Town Hall Thursday, June 1, , from p.m. – p.m. Supervisor Moore distributed a Property & Casualty renewal package insurance proposal effective 5/11/17 for the Town of Fort Ann prepared by Cool Insuring Agency dated 5/11/ He specifically. At the second town meeting, held April 1 , it was voted "that for ye present ye tree that now stands northerly from Capt. Butler's house shall be ye town sign-post." This house stood on the corner of Northampton and River streets, in the town plot, and the tree stood on the river bank.

    At the second town meeting, James A. Wright facetiously observes, "the ticket was made up mostly of Mr. Sayles,' who was elected to no less than five offices, and held at the time that of justice, making six in all, viz town clerk, assessor, commissioner of roads, pound master, and commissioner of public lots. Third annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society: with the speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting, held in the city of New-York, on the 10th May, , and the minutes of the meetings of the society for business. () available in print. American Anti-Slavery Society.

    MINUTES OF A MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE HELD AT THE TOWN HALL, NELSON ON 25th MAY, PRESENT – Councillor M. Iqbal (Chairman – in the chair) Councillors M. Ashraf A. Mahmood D. Clegg M. Sakib K. Hartley D. M. Whipp J. Henderson (Apologies for absence were received from Councillors E. Ansar and A. R. Greaves). Also in attendance. Owen, Robert, Report of the meetings of the Congress of the Advanced Minds of the World: convened by Robert Owen, held in St. Martin's Hall, Long Acre, and in the Literary and Scientific Institution, John Street, Fitzroy Square, London, from the 12th to the 25th of May,


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At a town meeting held on the 25th of May 1818 by Boston (Mass.) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Boston (Mass.); Boston (Mass.). Committee At a town meeting held on the 25th of May 1818 book Finance. OCLC Number: Notes: Caption title. Consists of the sixth annual report of the Committee of Finance of the Town of Boston; the report of the committee to which that report was submitted; and the action of the town meeting on the report of another committee appointed to consider the.

At a town meeting held on the 25th of May, Voted, that the report of the committee on the finances of the town be committed to Benj.

Austin [and four others] who are authorized to print the whole or any part of the said report they may think proper, and distribute the same for the information of the inhabitants, four days previous to the 4th June next.

At a meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, legally qualified and warned in public town meeting assembled, at Faneuil-Hall, on Tuesday the 31st day of March, A.D.

Voted, that the select-men be desired to shut up such part of the town's land adjoining to Faneuil-Hall Market as they shall judge proper. 1st February – In a meeting at Town Hall it was decided to establish ‘Calcutta Club’ but as only three persons arrived, the meeting postponed.

27th May – Meeting of Dalhousie Testimonial Fund was held at Town Hall. A sub-committee was formed to. He died in Richmond, 17 January,of paralysis. She died in * On the 25th of May, at a town meeting (of Yokun Town and Mount Ephraim) a committee was anpointed to build a meeting house in Yokun Town (Rich- mond).

(Yokun Town was Lenox, but that house might have been built in Richmond). the meeting held in philadelphia in may and two important decisions that were made. Second continental congress. decision #1- America must have an organized Continental Army.

decision#2 - George Washington would command the army. specifically authorized by the Town Board may attend the Association of Town’s Annual Meeting & Training School in New York City, February, and that the Town will reimburse them at a per-diem of $ per day.

Agendas are posted at This banner text can have markup. so there would be three (3) weeks available for the bidding process and they could be opened at the June town board meeting. The Highway Superintendent and Town Supervisor worked with Washington County on submitting an application for Bridge NY program to replace culvert on Old S.

Rte 4. Supervisor Moore is hoping. The amended Minutes of the 21st Annual Town Meeting for Portishead held on 7th Mayare confirmed as a correct record. Councillor Knight drew the meetings attention to the – Annual Report from the Portishead Neighbourhood Policing Team.

Sandy Tebbutt spoke on behalf of Portishead in Bloom. She gave a resume of last year’s. He was voted and sworn in as Tithingman and a Hayward and Fence Viewer on 7 Apr A "Lieut.

Joseph Woodward" was chosen as "surveyor" on 8 Sep At a later meeting held on 3 May he was elected a hayward and fence viewer. He was voted a hayward and fence viewer at a meeting on 4 Apr and again on 3 Apr Lieut. At a business meeting of the society held May 11th,Richard More was elected deacon, W.

Simmons church clerk, and H. Lawrence church treasurer. Pursuant to the request of the East Branch Church of Roxbury, as it had named itself, a council convened at the hall of E. Burhans, June 19th, and the society was recognized as a regular. MINUTES OF 19TH ANNUAL TOWN MEETING: 2nd MAY (Agenda item.3) The Minutes of the 19th Annual Town Meeting held on the 2nd May had been circulated and presented to the meeting.

It was agreed that the Minutes be approved. RESOLVED that:– The Minutes of the 19th Annual Town Meeting for Portishead held on 2nd May Residing on Main Street may represent the cake and beer shop the Smiths reportedly operated in town. 8 However, Joseph Sr.’s name appears at the end of the list, showing he was now living outside the business district and near the Palmyra-Farmington town line, where the road district ended.

The United States Senate election in New York was held on November 3, Incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Kenneth Keating ran for re-election to a second term, but was defeated by Robert F.

Kennedy. The town citizens thereupon held a meeting at which a vote was passed to issue bonds to the amount of $20, to insure the continuance of the seminary in Gouverneur. The law authorizing these bonds passed Apand it also authorized an increase of the capital stock to $50, TOWN OF COEYMANS ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Organizational Meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Coeymans has been scheduled for Monday, Januat am.

The Meeting will be held at Town Hall, 18 Russell Avenue, Ravena, N.Y. By Order of the Town of Coeymans Town Board Diane L. Millious Town Clerk.

Landmark's of Oswego County, NY Book. CHAPTER XIX. THE TOWN OF AMBOY Many thanks and appreciation to Jack McIntyre for his time and efforts in transcribing this history of Amboy.

*My primary interest in Amboy are the McIntyres.I am looking for information about origins of Nathaniel and Hannahthey purchased acres in sub-division 1 of lot in township no.

First held in the home of John Wright in under the direction of Clear Creek Monthly Meeting. First held as a monthly meeting 12th month 2nd day Located within the town of Martinsville, Ohio.

Settlers were mostly Quakers: Mills, Hunts, Beals, Hiatts, Moons and many others on these family pages. Kersal Moor is a recreation area in Kersal, Greater Manchester, England which consists of eight hectares of moorland bounded by Moor Lane, Heathlands Road, St.

Paul's Churchyard and Singleton Brook. Kersal Moor, first called Karsey or Carsall Moor, originally covered a much larger area, running down to the River Irwell.

Evidence of activity during the Neolithic period has been discovered and Coordinates: 53°30′55″N 2°16′35″W /. Goodman Gregory sold his lot to the town, and May 1st,the town gave said lot to Thomas Stebbins, but we find no mention of that rod that was given to Richard Everett, who deserted the Town.

We suppose it fell into the Townes hands again." On the 25th March,two months later, he was present at a Dedham town meeting. Monmouth voters to consider tax break program for farmers. The proposed ordinance will be on the warrant going to voters on Tuesday, along with town and school budgets.Meeting were held in schoolhouses and private dwellings, mostly by Presbyterians and Methodists.

Rev. John Clark of Pleasant Valley, and a Mr. Price, an itinerant M. E. preacher, used to hold meetings in the vicinity. About the yearElders John Buttolph and Luman Burtch came here .