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Courts of Common Pleas.--At Newport, the 3d Monday of May, and 4th in November. Providence, the 4th Monday of May, and 1st Monday of December. South Kingston, the 1st Monday of February, and the 2d in August. Bristol, on the 4th Monday in January, and ist in June. East Greenwich, on the 3d Monday of February, and 3d in August. Elective meeting (for House of Representatives) on the 3d Wednesday of April, and last Tuesday of August.

Courts in the State of New Hampshire. Superior Courts.-At Portsmouth and Exeter, alternately, 1st Tuesday of December, com. with Portsmouth. Rochester and Gilmanion, alternately, 2d Tuesday of December, com. with Rochester. Concord, 3d Tuesday of December. Amherst, on the 4th Tuesday of December. Keene, 1st Tuesday of July. Newport, 2d Tuesday of July. Haverhill and Plymouth, al. ternately, 3d Tuesday of July, com. with Haverhill. Lancaster, 4th Tuesday of July.

Courts of Common Pleas.-At Portsmouth, 1st Tuesday of January, and at Exeter, 1st Tuesday of August. Dover, 3d Tuesday of January, and at Guilford, 3d Tuesday of August. Concord, 1st Tuesday of February, and on the 1st Tuesday of September. Amherst, 3d Tuesday of February, and on the 3d Tuesday of September. Keene, 1st Tuesday of April, and on the 1st Tuesday of October. Newport, 3d Tuesday of April, and on the 3d Tuesday of October, Haverhill, 1st Tuesday of May, and at Plymouth on the 1st Tuesday of November. Lancaster, 3d Tuesday of May, and on the 34 Tuesday of November. (Established January, 1833.)

Courts in the State of Vermont. Supreme Courts.-At Manchester and Bennington, alternately, on the 3d Tuesday next after the 4th Tuesday of January. Rutland, on the 1st Tuesday next after the 4th in January. Middlebury, on the 3d Tuesday of January. Burlington, on the 1st Tuesday of January; St. Albans, on the last Tuesday save one of December. Newfane, on the 4th Tuesday of May. Chelsea, on the last Tuesday of August. . Danville, on the Wednesday next after the 1st Tuesday of September. Guildhall, on the 3d Tuesday of September. Woodstock, on the 2d Tuesday next after the 4th Tuesday of May. Montpelier, on the Tuesday next after the 4th Tuesday of September. Irasburg, on the 4th Tuesday of September.

County Courts.-At Manchester, 1st Monday of June, and at Bennington, Ist Monday of December. Rutland, Ist Monday of June and December. Newfane, 2d Monday of March and September. Woodstock, 1st Monday of March, and 3d Monday of September. Middlebury, 1st Monday of June, and 2d Monday of December. Chelsea, 2d Monday of June, and 4th Monday of December. Burlington, last Monday of February, and last Monday save two of September. Monipelier, 2d Monday of March and September. Danville, Ist Monday of June, and 2d Monday of December. St. Albans, 3d Monday of March, and last Monday save one of September. Irasburg, | last Monday of February, and 2d Monday of September. Guildhall, 3d Monday of June and 4th Monday of December. North Hero, last Monday save one of February, and last Monday of September.

Courts in the State of Maine. Supreme Judicial Courts.-At Alfred, last Tues. of April, an 1 3d Tues, of Sept. Portland, Tues. next but one preceding last Tues. of April, and the 2d Tues. of November. Wiscasset, 4th Tues. of May, and Wedn. following the 2d Mond. in Sept. Augusta, 1st Tues. next after the 4th Tues. of May, and 1st Tues. of Oct. Norridgewock, 3d Tues. next after the 4th Tues. of May, and last Tues. but one of Sept. Ellsworth, 7th Tues.

next after the 4th Tues. of May. Machias, 6th Tues. next after the 4th Tues. of May. Paris, 3d Tues. of May, and 2d Tues. of Oct. Bangor, 5th Tues. next after the 4th Tues. of May, and 4th Tues. of Oct. Belfast, 8th Tues. next after the 4th Tues. of May. Farmington, 2d Tues. after the 4th Tues. of May. Dover, 4th Tues. after the 4th Tues. of May.

District Court.-Alfred, 2d Mond. of Feb., last Mond. of May, and 3d" Mond. of Oct. Portland, 1st Tues. of March, 3d Tues. of June, and ist

Tues. of Oct. Warren, 4th Tues. of April; Topsham, 4th Tues. of Aug.; Wiscasset, 4th Tues. of Dec. Augusta, 1st Tues. of April, Aug. and Dec. Norridgewock, 3d Tues. of March, last Tues. of June, and 1st Tues. of Nov. Castine, 4th Tues. of April, and 3d Tues. of Oct. Machias, last Tues. of Feb. and 3d Tues. of Sept. Paris, 2d Tues. of June and Nov. Bangor, Ist Tues. of Jan., 4th Tues. of May, and ist Tues. of Oct. Belfast, 4th Turs. of March and Sept. Farmington, 1st Tues. March and Sept. Dover, 3d Tues. in Sept. and 4th Tues. in March.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETINGS. YORK.---At Alfred, Tues. next before last Mond. of May, and 2d Tues. of Oct. CUMBERLAND.- At Portland, 1st Tues. of June, and 3d Tues. of Dec. LINCOLN.-At Wiscasset, 2d Tues. of Jan. ; Warren, 2d Tues. of May, Topsham, 1st Mond. of Sept. KENNEBEC.-At Augusta, last Tues. of April and Dec. SOMERSET.--At Norridgewock, 3d Tues. of March, and ist Tues. of Oct. HANCOCK.-At Castine, last Tues. of April, and Thurs. next after the 3d Tues. of Oct. WASHINGTON.-At Machias, 1st Wedn. next after 1st Tues. of March, and 1st Wedn. next after 3d Tues. of Sept. OxforD.-At Paris, 3d Tues. of June, and last Tues, of Oct. PENOBSCOT.-At Bangor, 1st Tues. of April and August, and 2d Tues. of Dec. WALDO.-At Belfast, 3d Tues. of April and August. FRANKLIX.At Farmington, last Tues. of April and Dec. PISCATAQUIS.--At Dover, 1st Tues. of April and December.

Probate Courts in Massachusetts. County of Suffolk.--At the Probate Office, in the County Court-House, School st., Boston, every Monday in the year, except the first in each month.

County of Norfolk.--At Dedham, on the 1st Tuesday of every month. At Quincy, on the 2d Tuesdays of February, May, and August. At Roxbury, on the 4th Tuesdays of February, May, August and November. At Wrentham, on the 3d Tuesdays of May, August and November. At Medway, on the 3d Monday of June. (Established April, 1837.)

County of Middlesex.-At Cambridge, 2d Tuesdays in January and Oc. tober, and the 3d Tuesdays in March, May and November, and 1st Tuesday of September. At Concord, on the 2d Tuesdays of February, April, August and November. At Charlestown, on the 3d Tuesdays of February and Au. gust. At Framingham, on the last Tuesdays of June and October. At Groton, on the 1st Tuesdays of May and November. At Lowell, on the 1st Tuesdays of June and December; and at Woburn, on the 4th Tuesday of April. (Established March, 1832)

County of Worcester.-At Worcester, at the Probate Office, on the ist Tuesday of every month. At Brookfield, on the 2d Tuesdays of May and Oct. At Lancaster, on the 3d Tuesdays of May and Oct. At Fitchburg, on the Wednesday next after the 3d Tues. in May and Oct. At Templeton, on the Thursday next after the 3d Tuesdays in May and Oct. At Barre, on the Friday next after the 3d Tues. in May and Oct. At Mendon, on the 4th Tuesday in May. At Uxbridge, on the 4th Tuesday in October.

County of Essex.-At the Probate Office in Ipswich, on the 1st Tuesdays in February, March, May, June, August, September, November and December. At Salem, 1st Tuesdays in January (N. P.) and April, July, (S. P.) and October, and the 3d Tuesdays in February,

May, August and November. At Newburyport, on the 2d Tuesdays in March, June, September and December. At Haverhill, on the 3d Tuesdays in April and October. At Gloucester, on the 2d Tuesdays in May and November. At Lynn, the Wednesday following the 1st Tuesday in January (N. P.) and July, (ş. P.) At Marblehead, the Wednesday following the ist Tuesdays in April and October. At Andover, 3d Tuesdays in January (N. P.) and July (S. P.) (Established 1832.)

County of Hampshire.-At Northampton, on the 1st Tuesday of each month. 'At Amherst, on the 2d Tuesdays of January and August. At Bel. chertown, on the second Tuesdays of May and November; and at Chesterfield, on the 3d Tuesdays of May and October.

County of Franklin.-At Greenfield, on the 1st Tuesday of November, the 2d Tuesdays of February, March, May and October, on the 3d Tuesday

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of December, and on the 4th Tuesday of August. At Conway, on the 1st Tues. of February and 3d of July. At Charlemont, on the 3d Tues. of May and October. Ai Wendell, on the last Tuesday of April and 3d of September. At Warwick, on the Wednesday next after the last Tuesday of April, and 3d of September.

County of Hampden.-At Springfield, on the 1st Tuesdays of January, February, March, April, May, July, September, November and December. At Westfield, on the 1st Tuesdays of June and October. At Monson, on the 2d Tuesdays of June and September.

County of Barnstable.-At Barnstable, on the 2d Tuesdays of January, March, September and December, and on the 3d Tuesdays of May and June. At Sandwich, on the 2d Tuesday of November. At Falmouth, on the Wednesday next after the 2d Tuesday of November. At Yarmouth, on the 2d Tuesday of August. At Harwich, on the 3d Monday of April and last Monday of October. At Brewster, on the Tuesday next after the 3d Monday of April, and on the Tuesday next after the last Monday of October. At Orleans, on the Wednesday next after the 3d Monday of April, and on the Wednesday next after the last Monday, of October. ' At Truro, on the Thursday next after the 3d Monday of April. At Wellfleet, on the Thursday next after the last Monday of October; and at Provincetown, on Friday next after the 3d Monday of April, and on the Friday next after the last Monday of October. (Corrected 1837.)

County of Plymouth.-At the Probate Office in Plymouth the 3d Mondays of January, February and May, 2d Mondays of April and August, and Ist Monday of December. At Scituate, Ist Tuesdays of March and June, and last Tuesdays of August and November. , At East Bridgewater, 1st Tuesdays of April, July and October. At Middleborough, last Tuesday of May, and 1st Tuesdays of August and November. At Rochester, Wednesday next after the last Tuesday of May, and Wednesday next after the 1st Tuesday of November.

County of Bristol.-At Taunton, on the Friday next after the 1st Tuesday of January, on the 1st Tuesdays of March and November, on the Friday next after the 3d Monday of June, and on the Friday next after the ist Tuesday of August. At New Bedford, on the 1st Tuesday of February, and the 3d Mondays of June and December. At Freetown, on the 1st Tuesday of January. At Rehoboth, Ist Tuesday of April. At Dighton, on the Friday next after the 1st Fridays of April and October. At Norton, 1st Friday of July. At Westport, 1st of August., At Seekonk, 1st of September. At Fall River, 1st of October, and at Attleboro', 1st of May.

County of Berkshire.--At Lenox, 1st Tuesdays and Wednesdays next after the 1st Tuesday of every month. At G. Barrington, on the 2d Tuesdays of February, May, August and November. At Lanesboro', 2d Tuesdays of January, April, July and October. At Adams, on the Wednesdays next after the 2d Tuesdays of January, April, July and October.

Duke's County.- At Tisbury, on the 3d Mondays of January and April. At Edgartown, on the 3d Mondays of July and October.

County of Nantucket.--At Nantucket, at such times as the Judge of Probate shall appoint.

Governors of Plymouth Colony, chosen annually by the People. 1620, John Carver. 1621, Wm. Bradford. 1633, Edward Winslow. 1634, Thomas Prince. 1635, Wm. Bradford. 1636, Edward Winslow. 1637, Wm. Bradford. 1638, Thomas Prince. 1639, Wm. Bradford. 1644, Ed. ward Winslow. 1645, Wm. Bradford. 1657, Thomas Prince. 1679, Josias Winslow. 1680, Thomas Hinckley. Governors of Massachusetts, chosen by the People, under the first Charter,

1630, John Winthrop. 1634, Thomas Dudley. , 1635, John Haynes. 1636, Henry Vane. 1637, John Winthrop. 1640, Thomas Dudley. 1641, Richard Bellingham. 1642, John Winthrop. 1644, John Endicott. 1645, Thomas Dudley. 1646, John Winthrop. 1649, John Endicott. 1654, R. Bellingham. 1655, John Endicott. 1665, R. Bellingham. 1673, John Leverett. 1679, Simon Bradstreet. 1686, Joseph Dudley, (Pres.) 1687, Sir Edmund Andros. 1691, Simon Bradstreet.

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With their Distances from Boston, and Number of Inhabitants; also their Rep.

resentation in the General Court. DThe figures in the column of towns show the number of Representatives to which each town is entitled, by the amendment of the Constitution. Those towns withi a dash (-) before the number are entitled to one representative that nunber of years in the next ten years. Towns & Rep-1 Pop. || Sherburne, --621)

1014, Warren,

11 651 1280 resentation. 1840. Shirley, -6 41 966 Webster,

1 50 1346 S. Reading, 110

1500 Westborough, 1 34 1616 SUFFOLK Co.

Stoneham, -6/10 1007 W. Boylston, 145 1202 Boston, 35 83979| Stow,

124 1205 Westminster, !| 54 1660 Chelsea, 1 2| 2182|Sudbury,

1 20 1376 | Winchendon, 160 1679 86161 | Tewksbury, -5/24

880 | Worcester,

3 401 7060 1 45

Townsend,
ESSEX

1764

93462 -5 30

820 Amesbury,

1 40 2580 | Tyngsboro',
Waliham,

1/11 2593

HAMPSHIRE, Andover, 2 20 4951

Watertown,

1 7
1896 | Amherst,

1 91 2415 Beverly, 21 17 4686

954 Wayland,

Belchertown, 1 802505 Boxford, -5) 24 903

1338 Chesterfield, 1105 1204 Bradford, 1 28 2153 W. Cambridge, 1/4

1/28 1426 Cummington, 1 110 1214 Danvers, 2 15 5140 Westford, -6 15

724

1053 | Easthampton,-4 90 Essex, 1 25 1432 | Weston,

--5/ 75 931 Wilmington, -5/14 Georgetown, 1 291 1553

563

3105
Woburn,
3 301 6394

2931 || Goshen,

1/10 Gloucester,

Granby, -51 93 950 Hamilton, -51 23 823

104451 | Greenwich,

-51 75 850 Haverhill, 2 30 4373 WORCESTER.

Hadley, 11 90 1840 Ipswich, 1] 27 2958

1653|| Hatfield, -51 95 915

Ashburnham, 1 55
Lynn,
4 91 9075
Athol,

172 1568 | Middlefield, 1 110) 1395 Lynnfield,

4 12 689
Auburn,

-350 619|| Northampton, 2 95 3672 Manchester,

il 201 1266
Barre,

158 2738 Norwich, -4 105 746 Marblehead, 21 16 5539

Berlin,

4/33

772 || Pelham, -61 85 1000 Methuen,

1 301 2232
Bolton,

-733 1182 Plainfield, -5 110
Middleton,
41 19 642

-5 45 Boylston,

812 Prescott,

-4 81

781 Newbury, 21 31 3839

Brookfield, 158 2306 || S Hadley, 190) 1422 Newbury port, 3 38| 7124

Charlton, 160 2060 | Southampton,-7 110 1158 Rockport,

1) 32 2738
Dana,

-4/65
685 | Ware,

1 70 1955 Rowley,

1 281 1230
Douglas,
1/47

752

1603|| Westhampt'n,-4 100 Salem,

6 14 15162
Dudley,

155 1333|| Williamsburg, 1 1001289 Salisbury,

1 40 2696
Fitchburg,

1/42 2570 Worthington, -7 110 1185 Saugus, 1 9) 1202 Gardner, 1 58 1238

30392 Topsfield, -6 9/ 1067

Graston,

1 40 2877 Wenham,

4 21
693

FRANKLIN.
Hardwick,
1170 1775

1 1051579 W. Newbury, 1] 32 1553

Ashfield,
Harvard,
1/35 1571

924 94748|Holden, 151

Bernardston, -5 86 1880

Buckland, -61051110 MIDDLESEX

Hubbardston, 153 1764
Acton,
-7) 24 1126 Lancaster,

1/35
2013

Charlemont, -7 110 1181
Coleraine, 1 105

930 Ashby, 1 50 1242 Leicester,

146
1656
Conway

11001 1394 Bedford, -5 18

901 | Leominster,

146 2000

Deerfield, 1 981 1934 Billerica, 1 20 1527 Lunenburg,

1/45 1218

-1 109 Erving,

294 Boxborough, -2 25

440 | Mendon,

132 3536
Gill,

-490 778 Brighton, 1 5 1405 || Milford, 130 1795

1 951 1754

Greenfield, Burlington, -31 13 510||Millbury,

1145 2129

Hawley, -5 120
Cambridge, 3 3 8127 N. Braintree, 432

763
Heath,

-5 125

904 Carlisle, -31 20 563) Northborough, 136 1221

Leverett,

-51 85 Charlestown, 5 110872! Northbridge, 1 45 1336

Leyden, 4100 Chelmsford, 1 26 15951 N. Brookfield, 160 1468

-1 103

Monroe,
Concord,
11 18) 1800|Oakham,

-662 1030
Montague,

1 871 1285 Dracut, 1 302222Oxford,

154 1656
New Salem,

174) 1275 Dunstable,

-337
587 | Paxton,

-455 665
Northfield,

1 94 1656 Framingham, 1 21 2965 | Petersham, 1/66 1812

Orange,

1 75) 1492 Groton, 1 35 2085 Phillipston, -5 58 877

Rowe,

130
Holliston,
il 25 1734 Princeton,

1 46 1332
Shelburne,

--61001 1034 Hopkinton, 1 32 2262 Royalston, 170 1635

-690 Lexington, il 10 1559 Rutland,

Shutesbury, 150 1275

Sunderland, -490
Lincoln, -4) 16 711 Shrewsbury,

1 40 1473
Warwick,

-7801 1154 Littleton, -5) 28 929|| Southboro', -730 1134

Wendell,

-51 80

844 Lowell, 9 24 20981 Southbridge, 170 1991

-6 92 1104 Malden, 1 4 2350 Spencer,

151

1557 Marlborough, 128 2092 Sterling, 1139

1653 Medford,

1
4 2275 Sturbridge,

170 1886 HAMPDEN.
Nalick,
il 17) 1282 | Sutton,

1 46

2330 Blandford, Newton,

1
9 3027 | Templeton,

1 70
1745 | Brimfield,

175 1434 Pepperell, 1 40 1541Upton, 138 1479 Chester,

1 120) 1412 Reading, il 14 2187 || Uxbridge, 1138) 1948 || Granville,

1 120 1284

931

896 646 260

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997 695

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Peru,

Holland, -2751 436 NORFOLK

PLYMOUTH Longmeadow, 4 971 1266 | Bellingham, -6 26 1045 | Abington,

1) 17 3144 Ludlow, 1 90 1365 Monson,

Braintree, 1
I! So 2102

8 2118 | Bridgewater, 1242081
Brookline, -7
6 1123 Carver,

6 38

999 Monigomery, 4110 656

Canton,
1 14 1928 | Duxbury,

il 36 2741 Palmer, 182 2150

Cchasset, 1 201411 | E. Bridgew'r, i 201944 -61081 1000 Russell,

Dedham, 1 10 3157 Halifax, -4 32 739 Southwick, 11101 1211

Dorchesier,
2 4 4458 | Hanover,

1 22 1478 Springfield, 5 9711013

Dover,

3 14
514 Hanson,

-6 24 1065 -3 125 Tolland,

587

Foxborough, 124 1294 | Hingham, 1 14 3489 Wales, 4 SOL 718 Franklin, 1 26 1720 Hull,

-1 9 217
Westfield,
2 1051 3640
Medfieru,

-5 17
846 Kingston,

11 32 1395 W.Springfield, 2 100 3707

Medway, 120 2051 | Marshfield, Wilbraham,

1 30 1664 89 1846

Milton, 1 7 1684 Middleboro', 2 34 5006

37339 BERKSHIRE.

Needham, 1 12 1479 | N. Bridgew's, 1 20 2625

1 Quincy,

8 3309 Pembroke, 11 231 1239 Adams,

2 120 3639

519 Alford,

il 15 3232 | Plymouth, Randolph,

2 301 5180 Roxbury,

3
2 8310 | Plympton,

-5 32 Becket,

861 -711101 1128 Cheshire, Sharon,

2 481 3986 954

-6 18 1066 Rochester,
403

Stoughton, 1 171 2062 || Scituate,
Clarksburg, -2125

2 17 3720

1 18 1465 | Wareham,
Dalton,
Walpole,

1 54 2002
-7 120 1143
Egremont,
-6130 1036

Weymouth, 2 11 3630 || W. Bridgew'r, 1 24 1211
Florida,

435
Wrentham,
1 14 2902

46786 G. Barrington, 1 125 2690

50804

BARNSTABLE.
Hancock,

BRISTOL.
958

Barnstable,

2 66 4297 Hinsdale,

950

Attleborough, 2 28 3620 | Brewster, 1 88 1471 Lanesboro', -6 125 1048 Berkley, -5 35

951 || Chatham,

1 85 2278 Lee, 1120 2281

Dartmouth, 2 62 4091 Dennis, 1 76 2792 Lenox, 1135 1323 | Dighton, 1 38 1417 Eastham,

-5 89

944 Mt. Wash., 470 Easton, 1 22 2076 | Falmouth,

1 722604 New Ashford, -1 111

229

Fairhaven, 2 48 3985 | Harwich, 179 2360 N. Marlboro', 1118 1619

Fali River,

3 48 6451 Orleans, 1 85 1953 Otis, -7110 1158 Freetown,

| 40 1757 || Provincetown, 1|116 2101
-3118 610 Mansfiel, 26 1346 Sandwich, 2 54 3620
Pittsfield,
2 125 4060

New Bedford, 5 52 12:585 | Truro, 1107 1916
Richmond,
-6/1301 1052
Norton,

1 29 1554 Wellneet, 1 97 2306
Sandisfield,
11121 1451

Pawtucket, 1 38 2119 | Yarmouth, 1 701 2520
Savoy,

-5120
913 | Raynham,
32 1319

31662 Sheffield, 1125 2322 Rehoboth, 37 2036 DUKES. Stockbridge, 1130 1981 Seekonk, 1 38 1831

-392 Chilmark,

544 Tyringham, 1 116 1402 Somerset, -642 1047 || Edgartown,

1 91 1803 Washington, -5.120 830 Swanzey,

1 85 1513 1301 1330 Taunton, 3! 32 7524

3860 Williamstown, 1 130 2076 || Westport,

1 60 2644 NANTUCKET.
Windsor,
-5 128 872

100) 9512
40882
Population in 1830, 610,408 ; do. in 1840, 718,592. Increase in 10 years, 108,184.

Each town not entitled to one Representative each year, may have an additional Representative each year in which the valuation of estates within the Commonwealth may be settled. Provided, nevertheless, no such town shall be entitled io more than one Representative in any one year.

ABSTP.ACT OF THE INSOLVENT LAW OF MASSACHUSETTS, 1838. 1. The law provides that any debtor, whose debts amount to 500 dollars, may apply to the judge of probate, or any master of chancery, setting forth his inability to pay his debts, and willingness to assign all his property for that purpose.

2. Upon such application, the judge is required to appoint a messenger to take possession of the debe-
or's estate, real and personal, except such as by law is exempted (see Revis. Stat.) from attachment,
and keep until assignees be appointed.

3. No property to be delivered until a meeting of the creditors to choose assignees.
4. The judge is to attend such meeting and allow such claims as shall then be proved; the creditor
to choose assignees, but if they are unable, by the judge.

5. The judge shall convey to the assignees all the estate of the debtor, except that exempted by law,
with his deeds, books, and papers relating thereto. Attachments or assignments are void after the first
publication of notice by the messenger.
6. The debtor is to make cath relating to the disposal of his estate, and all dehts due him.
7. The debtor shall be allowed a sun for the support of himself and family, for two months, not ex-
ceeding the rate of three dollars per week for each member, as he may think proper.

8: Within three months another meeting of the creditors is to be held, and those who have not proved
their claims, may do so. The debtor on making oath that he has delivered the messenger and assignees
all his estate, of what kind soever, the judge, being satisfied, shall grant him a discharge.
9. But if one half in number or in value of the creditors, not less than 50 dollars, shall object to his
discharge, it shall not to granted

unless by the Supreme Judicial Court, on appeal.
10. Every debtor so discharged shall be allowed 5 per cent on the nel produce of all his estate, in case
such net produce shall le sufficient to pay his creditors the amount of 50 per cent, not exceeding in the
whole 500 dollars.
11. When the debtor is either unable or unwilling to pay his just debts in full he may be compelled to
assign his property, is indebted to the amount of 100 dollars to one creditor.

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