1767-68 Chap. 0018. An Act To Enable The Proprietors Of Three Several Townships Granted June, One Thousand Seven Hundred [And] Sixty-Five; Viz[t]., One Township, Granted To Benjamin Mullakin, Esq[r]., And Others, In Lieu Of A Township Called Rowley-Canada; One Other Township, Granted To Samuel Gerrish, Esqr, And Others, In Lieu Of A Township Called Bakerstown,--To Make Sale Of So Much Of The Delinquent Proprietors' Rights, Granted To Said Mullakin, Raymond, Gerrish, And Others, As Is Necessary To Defrey The Charges Of Said Townships.
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PublisherBoston: Secretary of the Commonwealth
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