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Joint Comm. on Pauper Accounts. Report, 1828
Senate No. 15 On February 15, 1828, the Joint Committee on Pauper Acccounts reported on its response to a communication from Daniel Couch on the
subject of pauper accounts. The Committee held a public hearing in Tyringham and heard testimony about several people who were registered as paupers and
for whom the town received state money in support, but the people later were "able to labor." Even though it all looked fishy, the Committee decided
the town had not meant to defraud the government. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In Senate, Feb. 15, 1828 : the joint committee appointed at the first session of the present General Court, to whom was referred the communication of Daniel Couch, on the subject of certain pauper accounts, exhibited to the Committee on Accounts, by the town of Tyringham--in pursuance of the order of the legislature, have attended the duties assigned them, and respectfully make the following report, as taken into a new draught ...
OCLC Number:   1405221669
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