2 edition of The Disfranchisement of the inhabitants of New-London, New-Hampshire, March 11, 1817 found in the catalog.
The Disfranchisement of the inhabitants of New-London, New-Hampshire, March 11, 1817
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 40670|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
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New London is a town in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United population was 4, at the census. The town is the home of Colby–Sawyer College. The town center, where 1, people resided at the census, is defined as the New London census-designated place (CDP), and is located on a hilltop along New Hampshire Route north of Route 11 County: Merrimack.
New London, New Hampshire: | | | |New London, New Hampshire| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available. FISHERSFIELD, a township in Hillsborough county, incorporated inand now containing inhabitants.
It is bounded N. by New-London, E. by Sutton, S. by Bradford, and W. by Cheshire county line which divides it from Goshen and Wendell, comprising an area of 19, ‘acres. In the north part of the town lies Sunapee pond.
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To the selectmen of the town of [blank] Greeting. March 11 You are hereby required to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants of the said town of [blank] qualified to vote in the choice of senators for the state legislature, to be held on the last Monday of August next, to vote by ballot for five persons, duly qualified for representatives of this state in the.
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Notes Microfiche. [New Canaan, CT: Readex Microprint, ] 11. To the inhabitants of the state of Vermont. Friends and fellow citizens, Pursuant to appointment by the legislature, and instructions from the governor and council of this state, I waited on the General Court of New-Hampshire, at their sessions in June last, and delivered the public writings intrusted me by: Allen, Ira, Published: ().
The dates are aboutwith the names being centered in southern New Hampshire. The town of Wilton is an especially common town for the individuals named. The scrapbook portions were most likely kept by Carl E. Knight () of New London NH. The University of New Hampshire Library provides students, faculty, staff, and community members with research help as well as access to resources, spaces, and tools for success.
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26 June in New London NH and d. 5 Oct in New London NH; He married 2d) 28 March in Sutton NH to Lucy Jewett, dau of Jedediah & Mary (Wheeler) Jewett. She b. 3 March in New London NH, and d. 22 Jan in Marlow NH, and was buried in Goshen NH. Her will was administered by daughters Marow H. and Esther M (Page).
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Hilton Point is still considered the first permanent settlement in. Abigail (Reading) Kincaid, who was born 17 February in Portsmouth (Rockingham) New Hampshire, and died 11 April in Kitley, daughter of John and Mary (—) Redding.
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appears to have married in East Nottingham / New London. He was taxed in New London / East Nottingham between and and his children were listed in the Poor School Children Record list in New London inagain in and briefly in Penn Township in only to return to New London between to