1932 House Bill 1059. An Act Placing The Towns Of Plymouth, Kingston, Duxbury, Marshfield And Pembroke In The Judicial District Of The Second District Court Of Plymouth, The Town Of Plympton In The Judicial District Of The Fourth District Court Of Plymouth And Abolishing The Third District Court Of Plymouth.
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|Contributor||Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives.|
|Date of Issue||1932|
|Publisher||Commonwealth of Massachusetts, House of Representatives|
|xmlui.metadata.dc.subject.lcsh||Bills, Legislative - Massachusetts - Periodicals.|
|xmlui.metadata.dc.subject.lcsh||Legislation - Massachusetts - Periodicals.|
|xmlui.metadata.dc.subject.lcsh||Massachusetts - Politics and government - Periodicals.|
|Title||1932 House Bill 1059. An Act Placing The Towns Of Plymouth, Kingston, Duxbury, Marshfield And Pembroke In The Judicial District Of The Second District Court Of Plymouth, The Town Of Plympton In The Judicial District Of The Fourth District Court Of Plymouth And Abolishing The Third District Court Of Plymouth.|
|Alternative Title||General Court Documents|
|Alternative Title||House Bills|
|Alternative Title||House Documents|
|Alternative Title||House Legislative Documents|
|Alternative Title||Legislative Documents|
|xmlui.metadata.dc.description.notes||Also, variously referred to as: House bills; House documents; House legislative documents; legislative documents; General Court documents.|
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