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The New Hampshire grants being transcripts of the charters of townships and minor grants of lands made by the provincial government of New Hampshire, within the present boundaries of the state of Vermont, from 1749 to 1764. With an appendix containing the petitions to King George the Third, in 1766, by the proprietors and settlers under the New Hampshire grants, and lists of the subscribers; also historical and bibliographical notes relative to the towns in Vermont, by Hiram A. Huse, state librarian ... Albert Stillman Batchellor, editor ... by New Hampshire. Governor and council.

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Published by E.N. Pearson, public printer in Concord .
Written in English



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Edition Notes

SeriesNew Hampshire. Provincial and state papers,, v. 26, Town charters,, v. 3
ContributionsBatchellor, Albert Stillman, 1850-1913, ed., Huse, Hiram Augustus, 1843-1902.
LC ClassificationsF37 .N45
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 792 p.
Number of Pages792
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6583002M
LC Control Number15027948

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