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TO THE RESOLVES PASSED IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY, 1820.

ACADEMY, Leicester, Attorney General to institute a process for

recovery of certain Lands, · · · - 116
66 Lincoln, Lands confirmed to, - - - - 129
Andrews, William, Junior, and others, Treasurer of Essex to pay
8250, . . . . . - - -

113, 125
Attleborough, allowed for the support of J. Barnard, - - . 131

B.
Baldwin, Benjamin, time for paying his notes extended, • • 121
Baldwin, Reverend Amos G. exempted from prosecution, - - 135
Banks, resolve on proposition that Congress make no law to erect,

except in the District of Columbia, - - - - - 118
Barnstable County, Tax granted, - - - - - - 142
Barras, Peter, and wife, a piece of Land, in Salem, released to her, 107
Berkshire County, Tax granted, - - - - - - 142
Boylston, Ward N. Solicitor General to prosecute for recovery of

of two Portraits, • • - - - 108
6 6 resolve in favor of, repealed, - - - '127
Bridge, over Deerfield River, Court of Sessions for Franklin to grant

money for building, . - - - - - - . 124
Bridgeman, Joseph, Junior, authorized to sell half a Pew, - 171 .
Bristol County, Tax granted, - - - - - - - 142

“ the Supreme Judicial Court, at the adjourned term

in May, shall have cognizance of crimes, &c. - 143
Burr, David C. Marriage confirmed, - - - - - 108

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Canton, a Meeting of the First Congregational Parish to be called, 112
Chaplains of the General Court, pay granted, - - - - 173
College, Williams, grant of a Township to be satisfied, - . 110
Commissioners of the Land Office, to satisfy a grant to Williams

College, - . 110
66 6 to convey Land to J. E. Foxcroft, 113

Commissioners of the Land Office, allowed further time to make

Deeds of Lots. 93 and 112, in

Bangor, - - - - 114
66 66 to locate the Township granted

to the Proprietors of Sandy

Bay Pier, - - - 117
to convey 5000 acres to Joseph

Treat, - - - 126
36 to pay J. and S. Spring 2-5 of a

certain sum, - - 134
66 to sell the Commonwealth's right

in No. 3, - - - 140
66 to release a Lot to the Proprie-

tors of No. 4, - - 152
6 to give notice of the time limit-

ed for locating grants, &c. of

Lands in Maine, - - 157
56 their report of all Lands convey-

ed, &c. . . . 158
to make an allowance to the in-
habitants of Penobscot for cer-

tain Taxes by them paid, - 171
Commissioners to be appointed to ascertain the Line between this

State and Connecticut, - - - - - - - - 127
Committee, to view 8th Massachusetts Turnpike Road, &c. - 130

" on Accounts, Pay for services granted, - - - 153
66

Roll, No. 82, - - - - - 175
Congress, number of Members from Massachusetts and Maine de

termined, - - - - - - - - - 107
Constitution of the United States, resolve on proposed amendment,

relative to Banks, &c. - - - - - - - 118
Court, Supreme Judicial, to have cognizance of crimes, &c. at their

adjourned term in May next, in Bristol County, - - - 143
Court of Sessions, Cumberland County, to adjust the account of

John Merrill, - - - - - 147
Essex County, to adjust the account of Doctor

Peabody, - - - - - - 153
66 Franklin County, to grant money for a Bridge over

Deerfield River, . . . . . 124
Crane, Abijah, as Administrator of the estate of William Perkins, au-

thorized to execute a Deed, - - - - - - 122
Cumberland County, Tax granted, . . . . . 142

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Deaf and Dumb Persons, provision for removing from the Asylum,

when necessary, - - - - - - - - - 144
Dennis, John, Marriage confirmed, - - - - - 108
Dukes' County, Tax granted, - - - - - - - 142
Durfee, Allen, granted a reward of 8200, - - - - 144

E.
Eastman, William, as Administrator of the estate of J. H. Dickinson,

to make certain Deeds, - - - - - - - 106
Essex County, Treasurer to pay William Andrews, Junior, and oth-

ers 8250, - . . . - - 113
“ “ Tas granted, . - - - - 142

F.
Forbes, Jonathan, to be discharged from imprisonment, - - 115
Foxcroft, Joseph E. Commissioners of the Land Office to convey

Lands to, - . . . . . . . . . 113
Franklin County, Tax granted, . - - - - - 142

" " Court of Sessions to grant money for a Bridge
over Deerfield River, . . - - - - - - 124
Freeman, Honorable Samuel, Court of Sessions to allow an addi-

tion to his Salary as Judge of Probate, - - - - - 115
Freetown, a Meeting of the Congregational Parish to be called, - 11

G.
Gilbert, Eliel, and others, Court of Sessions, in Franklin County, to

grant money for building a Bridge over Deerfield River, - - 124
Gilman, Allen, Commissioners of the Land Office allowed further

time to make a Deed, - - - - . - - - 114
Goodell, Asa, discharged as Guardian of the Grafton Indians, - 138
Governor, his Message, at the opening of the Session of the General

Court, - - - - - - 89
communicating a letter from Senators in

Congress, relative to the election of Re-
sentatives, by Massachusetts and Maine,

for the 17th Congress, - - - 99
5 laying before the Court a copy of the Re-

cords of the Convention, and of the Con-

stitution of Maine, - - - - 99
communicating resolutions of Indiana, con-

curring with Pennsylvania, for amending

the Constitution of the United States, 108
66 submitting a petition from the Indians in

Yarmouth, - - - - - 109
127

Governor, his Message, communicating a letter from the Governor

of Ohio relative to amending the Constitu-
tion of the United States, and the resigna-

tion of Major General Hovey, • .
66

respecting Benjamin Tripp, at the Hartford

Asylum, • - - - - 137
66 submitting the claim of Allen Durfee, - 139
requested to appoint Commissioners to ascertain the Line

between this State and Connecticut, - - -
requested to remove Benjamin Tripp from the Asylum

at Hartford, . . . . . . . . 144
Greenwood, Ethan A resolve on petition W. N. Boylston repealed, 127
Griswold, Reverend Samuel, Marriage confirmed, - - - 135

H.
Hager, J. and E. Treasurer to issue a new State Note, - . 100
Hampden County, Tax granted, - - - - - - 142
Hampshire « « - - - - - - - 142
Hancock, 66 66 66

142
Handy, Ebenezer, grant to, . . . . . . . 123
Hart, Daniel, pensioned, . . . . . . . 152
Hasty, Daniel, Committee on Accounts to examine his account, - 112

I.
Indians, Grafton, new Guardian appointed, - - - - 159

6. Herring Pond, grant for repair of their Meeting House, • 116
Johnson, Thomas, and others, excused from settling duties, . 122

K.
Kennebec County, Tax granted, - . . . . . 142

L.
Lands, Schedule of grants unlocated, . . . . . 102
66 Schedule of grants, sales, &c. since the establishment of the
Land Office Department, - - -

- 158
Schedule of grants not located, but time for location stated, 166
Schedule of contracts, amount of consideration, and balances

due, - - - - - - - - - - 167
Schedule of Lands conveyed to Colleges, Academies, &c. and

sold and conveyed to individuals, - - - 169

time fixed for locating grants and sales of Land, . 101, 156
66 time for performing settling duties on Lands, extended, 155

66 see Commissioners of the Land Office, .. -
Leland, Jonathan, Esq. appointed Guardian of the Grafton Indians, 139

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