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Worcester, January 4th, 1793. (Circular.)

Worcester, January 4th, 1793. (Circular.)

Sir, The General Court, in June last, by an order for the purpose, appointed a committee to prepare plans of a building, or buildings, with suitable accommodations for the meetings of the supreme executive, and legislature, and for the offices of the secretary and treasurer of this commonwealth, which building, or buildings, were to be placed or erected on land in Boston, or elsewhere ..

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Published by s.n. in [Worcester, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Worcester (Mass.),
  • Massachusetts -- Capital and capitol.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 26505.
    ContributionsDix, Elijah, d. 1809.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2] leaves
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14596072M

    [5] Worcester County Registry of Deeds: Edward Wheelock to John Wheelock, 16 Dec , Book , Pg [6] Worcester County Registry of Deeds: Abigail Wheelock to Edward Wheelock, 16 Dec , Book , Pg. Abigail releases Edward from his "maintenance" obligations stipulated in her husbands will. Born ; served in Flanders to ; Major in 5th Dragoon Guards 17 May ; to half-pay of Loyal Dublin Regiment 30 May ; subsequently brevet Colonel 4 June ; Major-General 4 June ; Lieutenant-General 22 July ; died Walsall Major Thomas Goldie.

    Weekly Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. )-v. 4, no. 26 (Mar. ). Published as a substitute for the Massachusetts spy during its suspension, its most interesting and valuable features were politics and "intelligence," and its most important literary contribution was an essay series- "The Worcester speculator." It also included agricultural articles, medical notes, anecdodtes, . Letter to Alfred Dwight Foster inviting him to be on the board of trustees of the Lunatic Asylum in Worcester, Mass., 25 Jan. Brigham, Elijah, Box 4 Folder 4.

    4 Tax, Voting, and Demographic Records, — Tax records, undated and —, including tax lists for , , , , , , , and undated; a warrant to collect a county tax in Worcester, 2 Tax records, , for Worcester and Ward (Auburn), Mass., property holdings, listing dwellings and their assessments. Figure 1. Christian Gullager, Stephen Salisbury I, , oil on canvas, 35 5/8 x 28 15/16 in. ( x cm), Worcester Art Museum, Gift of Stephen Salisbury III,


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Written in English. Related data collections. Massachusetts, Town Birth Records, This database contains birth information from several towns included in the Massachusetts (U.S.A.) Town Vital Records Collection compiled by the New England Historic Genealogical Society.

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