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At a legal meeting of the inhabitants of the town of Boston ... the 31st day of May, A.D., 1819
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Guilford November ye 1st A D At a meeting of the Inhabitants of the town of Guilford the town being met according to Notification at the meeting hours Made choice of Col. Benjamin CARPENTER moderator to govern sd meeting Secondly called on the committee that was chosen to settle with the old committee that had the care of the school money. "At special meeting of the inhabitants of Middletown was held agreeable to notice in the Town Hall on the 25th day of Jan'y A. D. "Whereas this Town is deeply interested in the success of the contemplated New York & Boston Rail road, & whereas efforts are now making in Massachusetts & are soon to be made in Rhode Island for extension.
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