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A Schedule of Lands that have been Granted, which have not been Located, stating the periods allowed

to make said Location........ Viz.

Quantity of Land
Date of Grants. Granted.

To Whom Granted.
Period limited for which the Locations were

Remarks,

to be made.
Townships | Acres.
February 19, 1803.
500 To Amasa Smith.

To be Located on the eastern boundary.
June 15, 1903. Half, .. 11.520 To Berkshire or Lenox Academy.

No time fixed in the Grant for Location.
June 18, 1803, Half, . 11,520 To Derby Academy. -

No time fixed in the Grant for Location.
February 19, 1805. One, . 23,040 To Williams College. .

No time fixed in the Grant for Location,
March 14, 1805. Quarter,
5,760 To Hallowell Academy.

No time fixed in the Grant for Location,

| February 24, 1811, time since extended to
February o4, 1803. One, . 23,040 To Town of Plymouth. - - - .

February 6, 1821.
February 26, 1808. Quarter, 5,760 To Ducktrap Bridge. · · ·

No time fixed in the Grant for Location.
February 20, 1809. One, • 23,040 To Williams College. • - .

S February 20, 1812, time since extended to }

June 1, 1820,
March 4, 1809. One, - 23,040 To the Massachusetts Agricultural Society. No time for Location fixed in the Grant,
March 3, 1810, Half, 11,520 To Samuel E. Dutton & others, to make a road. No time fixed in tbe Grant for Location. Torder for Locating is made out.
February 4, 1811. Half, 11,520 To Taunton and Raynham.

February 14, 1814.

Located but not deeded.
February 17, 1812. Half, 11,520 To Farmington Academy.

No time for Locating fixed in the Grant. Order for Locating is made out.
February 27, 1813. One, ..

zmo 5 To the Proprietors of the Kennebec Pur:?
23,040

S Located within the time limited, but not
Pur} February 27, 2816.
chase, or Plymouth Company.

deeded.
February 27, 1813. Half, . | 11,520 To Catharine Drown and others.' . • February 27, 1816, time extended to July, 1820.
March 2, 1810. Quarter,

60
15,700 20
| 5,7603"

To Saco Free Bridges - - - -
January 28, 1815. Quarter,

No time for Locating fixed in the Grant.

(Not Located within the year, owing to January 25, 1816. 8,000 To Thomas Johnson and others. · · · January 25, 1817.

several mistakes of the Surveyor ; is

now Located.
Decemb. 11, 1916. Half, • | 11,520 To Amherst Academy.

June !, 1819, time extended to June 1, 1820.
June 16, 1819. One, .

To Proprietors of Sandy Bay Pier, in the
2,040

June 16, 1822. Town of Gloucester. 250,420

Land Office, February 1, 1820. Schedule of Lands now under contract, showing the amount of consideration therefor, and the balance

remaining unpaid...... Viz.

Date of the
Contracts.

By Whom Made.

Number of

Acres.

Where the Lands are Situated.

Consideration.

Last Payment

Due.

Amount Un

paid,

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April 23, 1818. Benj. and Wm. Davis, of Belfast. 2113|Lots No. 15, and No. 80 on the Isle of Holts.

700 00 April 18, 1825.

700 00
June 10, 1818. William W. Parrot.

524Seven Islands in Washington County, viz. Porcupines, Jordans, Hern & Schoodic P't. 317 50 June 10, 1821. 169 33
June 10, 1818. Edward H. Robbins, jr. 6504 Three Islands in Naraguagus Bay, viz. Dyer's, Pond, and Jordan's Delight.

260 20 June 10, 1821. 207 45
Anna Palmer, of a place cal-
August 17, 1818.3
}|628|Lot No. 3, in Township No. 3, east side Penobscot River.

69 03 Aug. 17, 1820.
led Sunkhaze.

55 22
October 6, 1818. Benjamin Stanley.
127 |Lots No. 25 and No. 26, in Township No. 2, east side Penobscot River.

140 32 October 6, 1820. 24 28
October 6, 1818. Amos Bailey.
1594 Lots No. 2 and No. 6, in Township No. 3, east side Penobscot River.

174 35 October 6, 1820. 69 74
October 6, 1818. Isaac P. Haynes.
Lot No. 18, in Township No. 1, west side Penobscot River.

97 82 October 6,

77 92 October 6, 1813. William Frieze, 101 Lot No. 1, in Township No. 4, west side Penobscot River.

111 38 October 6,

89 11 October 6, 1818. Paul Dudley.. 115 Lot No. 10, in Township No.1, east side Penobscot River.

126 50 October 6, 1820. 51 20 October 6, 1818. Elisha Tourtellot. 216 Lot No. 1, in Township No. 1, east side Penobscot River.

238 15 October 6, 1820. 190 52
October 6, 1818. George Frieze.
102 Lot No. 2, in Township No. 4, west side Penobscot River.

112 47 October 6, 1820. 69 98
October 6, 1818. John Bennock.
Lot No. 34, in Township No. 1, west side Penobscot River.

117 73 October 6, 1820. 94 00
October 6, 18:8. Jesse Hathorne.
105 Lot No. 14, in Townsbip No. 1, west side Penobscot River.

116 46 October 6,

93 17
October 6, 1818. Asa Libbey
100 Lot No. 13, in Township No. 1, west side Penobscot River.

110 00 October 6, 1820. 88 00
October 6, 1818. Jonathan Roberts.
100 Lot No. 12, in Township No. 1, west side Penobscot River.

110 00 October 6,
October 6, 1818. Robert Nichols.
Lot No. 11, in Township No. 1, west side Penobscot River.

110 00 October 6, 1820.
October 6, 1816. R. Tourtellot.
Lot No. 17, in Township No. 1, east side Penobscot River.

178 60 October 6,
October 6, 1818. Joseph Tourtellot.
Lot No. 16, in Township No. 1, east side Penobscot River.

105 60 October 6,
October 6, 1818. A. Tourtellot.
101 İLot No. 15, in Township No.1, east side Penobscot River.

111 73 October 6,
October 6, 1818. John Laughlin,
211 Lots No. 8 and No.9, in Township No. 1, east side Penobscot River.

233 06 October 6, 1820.
October 6, 1818. James & Benjamin F, Cummins. 411 |Lots No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, and No. 7, in Township No. 1, east side Penobscot River, 453 17 October 6, 1820. 293 17
October 6, 1818. Harriman Pratt,
147 Lots No. 23 and No. 24, in Township No. 2, east side Penobscot Hiver

161 91 October 6, 1820. 41 55
October 6, 1818. Nathaniel Spencer.
100 Lot No. 1, in Township No. 4, east side Penobscot River.

110 00 October 6, 1820. 82 50
October 6, 1818. Andrew Spencer,
113 Lot No. 7, in Township No. 4, east side Penobscot River.

125 13 October 6, 1820. 91 80
October 6, 1818. Eber Hathorne.
215 |Lot No. 1, in Township No. 3, east side Penobscot River.

236 80 October 6, 1820. 186 80
October 6, 1818. John Bailey.
143 Lot No. 8, in Township No. 3, east side Penobscot River.

158 28 October 6, 1820. 100 03
October 14, 1818. David W. Haynes.
200 Lots No. 9, and No. 10, in Township No. 1, west side Penobscot River.

220 00 October 14, 1820. 37 01
October 14, 1818. Isaac P. Haynes.
232 Lots No. 3 and No, 4, in Township No. 1, west side Penobscot River.

255 41 October 14, 1820. 204 33
October 14, 1818. Ephraim Oliver.
172 Lot No. 12, in Township No. 4, east side Penobscot River,

172 11 October 14, 1820. 137 70
October 14, 1818. Stephen Kimball.
110 |Lot No. 3, in Township No.4, west side Penobscot River.

121 77 October 14, 1820 97 42
October 14, 1818. Thomas Knowlton.

377 |Lots No. 27, No. 28, No. 29, and No, 30, in Township No. 1, east side Penobscot River. | 414 91 October 14, 1820. 274 36
October 14, 1818. John Bennock,
100 (Lot No. 38, in Township No, 2, east side Penobscot River.

113 99 October 14, 1820. 45 60
October 14, 1818. D. W. Haynes,
105 (Lot No. 5, in Township No. 1, west side Penobscot River.

116 02 October 14, 1820. 92 82 October 14, 1818. Samuel Spencer. 100 |Lot No. 4, in Township No. 4, east side Penobscot River.

110 00 October 14, 1820. 82 50 October 14, 1818. John Laughlin. 291 |Lots No. 7 and No. 9, in Township No. 3, east side Penobscot River.

| 320 og October 14, 1820. 256 55

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Date of the Contracts.

By Whom Made.

Number of

Acres,

Where the Land is situated.

Consideration.

Last Payment

Due.

Novem. 10, 1818. Roland Dudley,
Novem. 10, 1818. Jacob McGaw.
March 22, 1819. Samuel Turner.
April 2, 1819. 1 sa Turner.
May 7, 1819. Sears and Burges.
June 2, 1819. Benjamin Lane.
June 22, 1819. James Campbell,
Septem, 18, 1819. George Smith.
October 18, 1819.John Campbell.
Novem, 8, 1819. George Reed.
Novem. 13, 1819. Moses Knapp.
October 18, 1819. Samuel Allen.
October 13, 1819, Joseph Howard.
June 19, 1819. John Dickenson.
June 19, 1819. John Brewer,

112 Lot No. 32, in Township No. 2, east side Penobscot River.
165 Lots No. 13 and No. 14, in Township No. 3, east side Penobscot River.
· 1401 Lot No. 12, and part of Lot No. 17, on the Isle of Holt.
162 Lot No. 22, on the Isle of Holt,
200 Lot No. 40 and 46, in Orono.
277 Jan Island near Matinicus, called Ragged Arse.
114 Two Island in Narraguagus Bay, Tratton's and Gourd Island.
285 Lot No.25, and No. 26, on the Isle of Holt.
841| An Island called Campbell's Island.
46 Lot No. 30, in Orono.
874|Lot No. 17, in Township No. 4, east side Penobscot River.
25 Moose Island, by Deer Island Thoroughfare.
320 A Lot of Land, in Brownfield.
21 Four Islands in Machias Bay Narrows, B. A. & C.

4 Two small Islands, in Passamaquoddy Bay.
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124 00 Novem, 10, 1820.
182 19 Novem. 18, 1820. 145 76
150 00 Septem. 22, 1820. 60 00
162 00 April 2, 1823. 136 00
300 00 May 7, 1821. 240 00
700 00 Novem. 1821. 700 00

64 00 June 22, 1820. 64 00
200 00 Septem. 18, 1823. 180 00
169 00 May, 1821. 169 00
92 00 Novem. 8, 1821. 73 60
87 50 Novem. 13, 1821. 20 00
50 00 October 18, 1820. 50 00
400 00 October 13, 1821. 240 00
80 00 Novem. 1820. 80 00
30 00 June,

1820. 30 00
19421 781

16883 86

10.

Land Office, February 1, 1820.

1 Schedule of what Lands have been conveyed to Colleges, Academies, &c.; and what have been
sold and conveyed to individuals, extracted from the foregoing Schedules, together with the amounts received therefor, as
collected from the Accounts of the Committee for the Sale of Eastern Lands, the Agents for Eastern Lands, and the Com-
missioners of the Land Office, from the first establishment of the Land Office, to this date.

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| Extracted from the accounts of the Committee for

1.
From Mar. 17, 1785 to Mar. 7, 1791.

8. d.
the Sale of Eastern Lands,

398,717 44,840 9 3
to Feb. 26, 1794.

Extracted from the accounts of the Committee for
the Sale of Eastern Lands,

2,302,651 68,241 911

This was received in to Feb. 26, 1794.

tery,

. . . . 165,285 {
Conveyed only,

75,280
75,280

0 1 > consolidated securi-
26,220 0

į ties and part specie.
to Mar. 6, 1795. Extracted from the accounts of the Committee.

282,153 262,543 | 69,646 19 8 |
to Feb. 4, 1801. | Extracted from the accounts of the Committee.

239,172 560,686 4,038 5 4

I. 8. d.
$ 94,149 34

212,987 4 2

$ 94,149 34

Dolls. Cts.
to Feb. 27, 1803. | Extracted from the Agents' accounts.

69,120 174,521 24,882 88
to Mar. 5, 1805. | Extracted from the Agents' accounts.

28,126 329,502 26,265 82
to Mar. 5, 1805. Extracted from the Agents' accounts.

1,610 1,685 75
to Feb. 14. 1807. | Extracted from the Agents' accounts.

59,000 84,444 12,027 06
to Feb. 10, 1809. Extracted from the Agents' accounte.

62,080 42,969 4,429 36
to Feb. 6, 1812. | Extracted from the Agents' accounts.

69,334 55,451 1,299 45
to May 31, 1813. Extracted from the Agents' accounts.

50,800 2,132 2,810 85
to May 31, 1816. | Extracted from the Agents' accounts.

111,464 36,605 3,989 80
Salem Town Indian Lands.

7,968 7,131 95
William Tudor, Secretary to the Agricultural Society. 23,040
to Jan. 1, 1820.13
090 | Extracted from the Commissioners of the Land of

80,640
1 fice accounts.

33,891 7,652 05 Land Office, February 1, 1820.

| 1,074,929 | 4,368,970 / $ 92,174 97 |

CHAP. CXXXI.

Resolve for the payment of Eight Thousand Dollars to the

District of Maine, conditionally. February 25th, 1820.

Resolved, That if the District of Maine shall become a Separate and Independent State, on or before the last Wednesday in May next, the Treasurer of this Commonwealth be, and he is hereby authorized to pay to the Treasurer of said State of Maine, on the tenth day of June, the sum of eight thousand dollars, as part of the State Tax, assessed and levied on said District, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, which sum, so paid and received, is to be accounted for, and allowed by said State of Maine, in the distribution and division of the public property, according to the provisions of the act of separation, passed the nineteenth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nineteen: Provided, however, that the Legislature of said State of Maine, shall first pass a resolve, authorizing their Treasurer to receive said sum, to be accounted for, and allowed in manner aforesaid.

CHAP. CXXXII.

Resolve to facilitate a Settlement with Maine.

February 25th, 1820.

Resolved, In order to facilitate the future settlement between Massachusetts and the District of Maine, according to the act of separation, of the nineteenth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, that it shall be the duty of the Treasurer of this Commonwealth, and all receivers of public monies, belonging to the same, to make up, and cause their respective accounts to be made up and stated, to the day on which the said District shall be admitted a Separate and Independent State, exhibiting the funds in the treasury, the several sums due, to and from the Commonwealth, as of that date.

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