Provincial and State Papers, Volume 12

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Contents

Petition relative to church affairs 1781
38
Protest against proceedings of townmeeting 1783
44
Petition for the passage of an act making produce etc
54
Petition for authority to elect a representative 1730
66
Petition for authority to raise money by lottery to build
72
Petition relative to boundaries 1785
78
Capt Edmund Shattucks resignation 1791
82
Votes of town relative to Kingston claims 1767
88
Relative to Revolutionary matters
95
Election of assemblymen 1691
101
Hampton soldiers April to September 1696
107
Remonstrance against a township being granted
112
North Hill parish declaration 1739
119
Vote of town relative to a lottery 1790
125
Petition of John Brown innholder for the privilege
131
Petition of Quakers relative to service in the army 1761
137
Louisbourg soldiers 1746
141
Bachelders statement concerning same
147
Petition relative to taxes 1779
153
HANOVER
159
Vote of the town relative to the matter in dispute
165
Petition of Lieut James Goold 1783
166
42
171
Petition for the appointment of a magistrate 1784
172
Subscriptions towards building a bridge over Connec
185
Joseph Patterson wounded soldier 1778
193
David Emerson recommended for coroner 1782
199
Introduction
205
Relative to incorporating a town library 1797
212
Deposition of Josiah Wheeler 1786
219
Account for soldiers bounties etc
225
HOLLIS
231
Petition of Dunstable parties to be annexed to Hollis
237
Relative to appointment of officers in the militia 1775
239
Deposition of Jeremiah Prichard 1778
245
HOOKSETT
252
Proceedings of a townmeeting 1772
259
Another remonstrance to Mr Wiggin
265
Statement in favor of Moses Hadleys petition
278
Statement relative to building the road 1783
284
Case of assault before courts were established in
293
184
299
Order to survey a tract of land for David Page 1773
305
Relative to inoculation for smallpox 1776
312
Nehemiah Brown wounded soldier
318
KENSINGTON
324
Introduction
330
Introduction
331
Action of townmeeting 1742
337
Introduction
342
Petition of John Dent soldier 1759
343
Petition of Paul Pressey soldier 1759
344
LANCASTER
351
Petition to have the right of ferries vested in the town
357
Relative to representative class 1788
363
LEBANON
369
Return of arms and equipments 1775
370
Relative to an alleged riot 1779
376
Col Ebenezer Hinsdales bill 1785
378
Relative to the collection of taxes
382
Relative to town boundaries 1786
388
187
391
Assessment list 1787
398
LINCOLN
404
John Young relative to town affairs 1789
410
James Hills receipts 1745
417
HENNIKER
418
Selectmen concerning soldiers 1783
421
Relative to taxing nonresidents 1791
427
Precept for the election of an assemblyman 1736
433
Return of laying out a highway 1738
440
Relative to taxes 1745
446
Condition of the town 1768
502
Complaint relative to representation etc
507
Petition for a grant of a ferry 1785
508
Another remonstrance 1784
513
Remonstrance to a division of the town
519
Committee report relative to foregoing
525
Remonstrance of sundry inhabitants to being set off
532
Daniel Pinkham soldier 1776
538
Jeremiah Stevens for confirmation of a grant of land
545
Relative to Sabbathbreaking 1784
551
Samuel Blodgett for a charter to construct a canai
557
Another petition for the protection of fish in Cohas
565
Another petition for an incorporation 1775
568
Relative to the east line of the town 1777
574
Remonstrance to petition of Matthew Thornton for
588
MIDDLETON
594
Relative to the towns quota of soldiers 1786
600
Remonstrance to foregoing 1779
606
Petition to be annexed to Hollis 1762
612
Relative to Rev Samuel Perley 1779
618
Relative to representative 1762
625
Relative to the formation of counties 1769
631
Petition for change of the name of the town 1777
637
as
643
Relative to boundary lines
644
Concerning Dr Jonathan Gove 1777
650
Instructions to representatives 1787
656
Vote of Lempster relative to ministerial taxes paid
662
237
664
Vote of town relative to foregoing 1791
668
139
673
Remonstrance of Portsmouth selectmen 1682
675
Supplies for soldiers 1705
681
Introduction
682
Resignation of Col Thomas Tash 1791
703
JACKSON
706
NEWINGTON
710
Petition of the inhabitants to have the town incorpo
714
Statement concerning aforesaid road 1753
716
Relative to dividing line against Portsmouth 1763
722
Remonstrance to appointment of Mr Adams 1787
729
Return of men raised for the army 1776
734
Petition relative to taxes etc 1779
737
Appraisal of estates of absentees 1778
741
Introduction
746
238
771
444
774
446
780
635
781
III
783
556
785
614
786
420
794
557
795
339
801
560
802
340
807
565
808
380
810
Introduction
820
526
822
474
823
NEW CASTLE
827
384
829
528
830
479
831
341
833
535
837
342
841
Introduction
844
455
850
Relative to the towns quota of soldiers 1783
853

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