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Senate. Concurrence on House bill on turnpike roads, 1832
Senate No. 11 On January 23, 1832, the Committee on Roads and Bridges reported An Act in addition to an act to establish County Commissioners and to
repeal several several acts establishing the Court of Sessions and in addition thereto, and the establishing the Commissioners of Highways, 1832.
The County Commissioners were authorized to lay out any turnpike as a public road and could accept the surrender of the deed of any private turnpike so
it could be a county road. The Commissioners were to negotiate the sale of such deeds. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by
the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   Ordered, that the Committee on Roads and Bridges inquire into the expediency of empowering the county commissioners to lay out and establish turnpike roads as common highways in cases where the common convenience and necessity make it expedient and proper.
OCLC Number:   1391638160
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