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Senate. Comm. on Division of the Town of Dartmouth. Report, 1833
Senate No. 18 A committee assigned to look into a division of Dartmouth in Bristol County had examined the situation. The petitioners wanted to
divide the town with an east-west line that was just about equidistant from the north-south boundaries. The committee listed many details about the
town. The members learned there were north and south parties which were hostile and so combative as to prevent any progress. The committee reluctantly
concluded it was probably best to make the division and listed four conditions for the action. On January 8 and 9, 1833, the Senate and House
concurred in the conclusions. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   The undersigned, a committee appointed on the petition of Peleg Slocum an others, praying for a division of the town of Dartmouth, in the county of Bristol, to visit that town, and to report to the Legislature the result of an investigation into the facts necessary to be ascertained, in order to determine whether the prayer of said petition ought to be granted, now report ...
OCLC Number:   1396610644
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