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A list or return on oath, of the names of the householders in the town of [blank]

Massachusetts. General Court.

A list or return on oath, of the names of the householders in the town of [blank]

in the county of [blank] in the colony of the Massachusetts-Bay; and of the number of the souls in each family, including innmates and boarders. ..

by Massachusetts. General Court.

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Published by Printed by Benjamin Edes in [Watertown, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Massachusetts -- Census, 1776.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 43072.
    ContributionsMassachusetts. General Court.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14619057M

    6. For every return of "non est inventus," on summons or citation, 50 cents. 7. For a return of nulla bona or execution, 50 cents. 8. For executing a special summons for a jury, $1. 9. For summoning a jury in any other case, 50 cents. For summoning each witness, 50 cents. For serving every order or rule of court, 50 cents. Plymouth Oath of Allegiance and Fidelity, The oldest surviving citizenship oath—designed to bring post arrivals into the Mayflower Compact agreement. 5. The Salem Covenant of Another citizenship oath, but one that functioned for several years as the only basis for town government. 6.

    FAMILY STATISTICS. The average lifespan, based on males is yrs. The average lifespan, based on 65 females is yrs. Those known to have lived to be over 90 years old were: Charles Carroll of Carrollton () - 95 years - see OCFT 7 - THE AMERICAN CONNECTION James Carroll of Lisnawilly House () - 93 years - see OCFT 4 - THE . On the cover of the book titled “Return To The Centre” by Benedictine Father Bede Griffiths, the New Age monk who was the head of the infamous Saccidananda Ashram, Shantivanam, there is an autographed photograph of Bede Griffiths swathed in a saffron-colored shawl and wearing a bright red bindi in the centre of his forehead. Makes one.

    x) Listing of ma'ot hittim donations in Mstislavl, with many names of local balebatim (householders), Hebrew, 5 pp. y) Judgment of the beit din of Mstislavl, dated 26 Sivan (), regarding sale of a house belonging to David, son of Meyer Frumkin and his sister-in-law, with reference to Yisrael son of Yehuda Leib Lipshits, Hebrew, 2p. The names of intoxicating beverages also identify the hall in such compound terms as beorsele, ‘beer-hall’, ealusele, 'ale-hall', and winsele, 'wine-hall'.7 Drinking was a major part of the.


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