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Sketch of Nova Scotia, 1783

Date:1783-01-01
Subjects: Acadians at Argyle Argyle in Queens County: a few Scotch and Acadians settled at p. 12
Acadians at French Village q.v.Forest fires Ravages of: in Kings County p. 24
Acadians at Lawrencetown Brandford On St. Margaret's Bay 1783: settled by West of England families p. 13
Acadians at Restigouche and Richibucto 1783 p. 14
Acadians in Clare Nova Scotia 1783: about 40 families of Annapolis Annapolis Royal the ancient fort 1783 p. 7
Agriculture in Nova Scotia, Halifax-Windsor 1783: farmers have potatoes and turnips for sale, but only enough grain for themselves p. 16
Amesbury A township on the Kennebekasis: escheated to refugees by 1783 Baxter's and Studholme's grant Of 9, 500 acres on the Kennebekasis p. 25
Amesbury also fronts on the St. John and extends to the Washademoak Belleisle the lower part of: tolerably good land on p. 28
Amherst Settled mainly by North of Ireland, New England, and Yorkshire people p. 8
Anderson, John His one-square-mile grant between Newton and the Nashwaak before 1783 Grants of Land John Anderson's mile on the St. John p. 45
Annapolis Acadians settled at by 1783 p. 14
Annapolis River its navigability p.7 p. 6
Annapolis Road Along the Annapolis River: settlement on 1783 p. 6
Annapolis complement of its fort in 1783: 100 men Fort Cumberland its complement of men 300 p. 18
Aristook Aroostook Aroostook "Aristook" its navigability and comparison with the Tobique p.59 p. 58
Aucpaque is six miles from St. Anne's Aupac Aucpaque p. 51
Aulac River Navigability of p.8 p. 7
Avon River Formerly: the Pisiquid: its navigability p. 2
Backoguemick Becaguimec Becaguimec A rocky stream: undesirable lands adjoining p. 56
Barrington p. 12
Barron, Colonel Has land on River Hebert by 1783 Desbarres, [Joseph F.] D.C.B. DesBarres has land on River Hebert p. 10
Baubier's Point Beaubier's Point Beaubier's Point "Baubier's" at the mouth of the Nerepis p. 20
Baubier's Point Beaubier's Point Beaubier's p. 20
Bay Verte northern limit of Cumberland Township p. 8
Bear Island Any of four islands in the St. John between the Scoodewabscook and the Coac Coac a small tributary of the St. John: not navigable p. 54
Beaubassin Acadians' name for Chignecto Basin p. 7
Beaubier's Point fine salmon-fishery at 1783 Glasier's Grant On the Nerepis 1783 p. 21
Beaubier's River Former name for the Nerepis p. 20
Beaubier's River Former name for the Nerepis p. 20
Block-houses at Oromocto 1783 Burton includes a 300-acre point of land north of the Oromocto "opposite the Block House" p. 40
Blow-me-down Cape Porcupine: the "vulgar" name 1783, so called from the area's gusty winds Canard River In Kings County, Nova Scotia: settlement on by 1783 p.5 p. 4
Boundary question the St. Croix is the Boundary - Edward Winslow 1783 p. 11
Brandy Point On St. John River about seven miles above mouth 1783 p. 20
Brandy Point On St. John River about seven miles above mouth 1783 p. 20
Burton includes Ox Island p.42 p. 41
Butler, John With others: purchased Long Island from Joseph Gerrish before 1783 Gerrish, Joseph Purchased (St. John River) Long Island from Sir. R. Wilmot: sold it to John Butler p. 30
Cacaquet River Tributary of the Avon: flows through Horton and Falmouth townships Cobequid River Empties into Minas Basin: its navigability p. 3
Cacaquet River Tributary of the Avon: flows through Horton and Falmouth townships Cobequid River Empties into Minas Basin: its navigability p. 3
Campobello said settled by men of Liverpool and Lancastershire p. 11
Cap Perceau River Small, unnavigable stream emptying into Minas near Blomidon: settlement on by 1783 p.5 p. 4
Cape Porcupine an earlier name for Blomidon p. 4
Cape Sable settled mainly by Quakers p. 12
Chester linked to Windsor by road 1783 p. 13
Chignecto Basin Called by the French: Beaubassin p. 7
Clare The Nova Scotia township: settled by about 40 Acadian families and a few New Englanders as of 1783 p. 7
Coac Island Either of two islands in the St. John between the Coac and the Scoodewabscook p. 54
Coal on Grand Lake: extensive mines 1783 Grand Lake Its size, depth, adjoining land, coal mine, and portage from p.36 p. 35
Cobequid re-named Colchester by 1783 p. 4
Cocmiguen River Tributary of the Avon: area settled by 1783 Fort Sackville 1783 p. 3
Cocmiguen River Tributary of the Avon: area settled by 1783 p. 3
Colchester The 'official' name for Cobequid 1783 p. 4
Conway size, boundaries and land-quality p. 20
Conway size, boundaries and land-quality p. 20
Cornwallis River Settlements on by 1783 p.5 p. 4
Cornwallis p. 4
Cornwallis supplies Halifax with flour, oats, etc. 1781 p. 17
Cumberland County description of: geography and settlement 1783 p.10 p. 7
Cumberland Township Its geography p.8 p. 7
Exports from Nova Scotia: lumber to England by 1783 p. 13
Falmouth Township Part of Hants County p. 2
Ferries one crosses Minas Basin to Windsor 1783 Frankelyn p. 9
Fishery of Minas Basin 1783 Horton the Township p. 5
Flour supplied to Halifax 1781 from Horton, Windsor, and Cornwallis p. 17
Forest fires on the Belleisle p. 28
Forest fires results of on the Oromocto p. 41
Forest fires upper Kennebekasis to the Petitcodiac 1783 p. 27
Fort Edward on the Avon p. 1
Fort Edward its complement of men p. 18
Fort Howe its complement in 1783: 100 men p. 18
Fort Sackville 1783 p. 3
Forts in Nova Scotia 1783: listed and complement of each p. 18
Forts stockade at Cornwallis 1783 p. 18
French Village On the St. John above the French Chapel: and next it, another French village 1783 p. 44
French [?Acadians] cleared St. Anne's Plain French Chapel p. 43
Gagetown Northern limit of General Gage's grant General Gage's Grant Of 20, 000 acres, mainly poor land on the St. John: five settlers on 1783 p. 22
Gagetown the township: extends 18 miles from head of Long Island to Swan Creek: poor to good land: escheated to Refugees 1783 p.32 p. 31
Germans at Tatamagouche p. 14
Germans settled in Lunenburg County p. 13
Goold, Colonel Arthur "Gould" his 3, 000-acre grant on the Oromocto before 1783 p. 42
Gould, Arthur Probably Goold, Colonel Arthur p. 42
Grants of Land Arthur Goold's on the Northwest side of Oromocto and that of Charles Morris [nearby] on the St. John p. 42
Grants of Land Baxter and Studholme's p. 25
Grants of Land Captain W. Stirling's on Long Reach p. 27
Grants of Land General [ ] Gage's grant p. 22
Grants of Land Haye's on the Kennebekasis: 3, 000 acres p. 25
Grants of Land Hazen and Simond's on the Kennebekasis p. 23
Grants of Land John William Jeffries', at or in Newton 1783 p. 47
Grants of Land Joshua Mauger's Mauger's Island two families on 1783 p. 39
Grants of Land Major G. Studholme's p. 26
Grants of Land Sir A. Hammond's on the Kennebekasis p.24 p. 23
Grants of Land Sir Robert Wilmot's p. 30
Grants of Land William Spry's p.34 p. 33
Granville the Township: settled mainly by New Englanders, Irish, and Scotch by 1783 p. 6
Grimross Creek p. 32
Grimross Island earlier called Ile Metiere: 200 acres of very good land: part of Gagetown Ile Metiere Earlier name for Grimross Island p. 31
Habitants River Empties into Minas: little navigation, noted for its shad, and a settlement nearby 1783 p.5 p. 4
Haldimand, General Frederick with others: invests in settlement on Shepody River: fails p. 9
Halifax County Apparently only vaguely defined 1783 p. 3
Halifax County Apparently only vaguely defined 1783 p. 3
Hammond, Sir Andrew his 10, 000-acre grant of good land: includes a French settlement 1783 p. 24
Hants County Description of 1783: geographical p.4 p. 2
Hay available on Nashwaak's islands 1783: blue-joint and foul meadow p. 47
Haye's Grant Of 3, 000 acres on the Kennebekasis: poor, burned land p. 25
Hazen & Simond's Their land-grant on the Kennebekasis: extent of: settled as of 1783 p. 23
Hillsborough A township 1783 p. 9
Hopewell A township 1783 p. 9
Horton apparently the area: supplies Halifax with flour, oats, etc. 1781 p. 17
Indian Town II The earlier name for Meductic Meductic formerly called Indian Town 1783 p. 55
Indians of Nova Scotia: most settled on shore, Halifax to Cape Breton p. 15
Intervale 60 acres on Ox Island p.42 p. 41
Intervale in Burton p.41 p. 40
Intervale on Captain William Paulet's grant p. 37
Intervale on William Spry's grant p. 34
Intervale on the Kennebekasis p.25 p. 24
Intervale on the Nashwaak Nashwaak River description of it and adjoining lands p.47 p. 46
Irish of North Ireland: early settlers of Truro, via New Hampshire p. 3
Irish of North Ireland: early settlers of Truro, via New Hampshire p. 3
Irish of North Ireland: settle Port Raison p. 12
Irish settled in Amherst by 1783 p. 8
Irish settled in Annapolis Township by 1783 p. 6
Jeffries, John William His 2, 000-acre grant near the upper part of Newton before 1783 p. 47
Jemseg River p. 35
Kennebekasis Amesbury on and Haye's grant and Baxter & Studholme's grant p. 25
Kennebekasis Hazen & Simond's and Sir A. Hammond's lands on p. 23
Kennetcook River triburary of the Avon: area settled by 1783 p. 3
Kennetcook River triburary of the Avon: area settled by 1783 p. 3
Keswick River The "Madam Keswick" 1783: runs through p. 48
Keswick River description of p.52 p. 51
Keswick River portage to the Nashwaak Nashwaak Lake is 20 leagues from the Nashwaak-Keswick portage p. 50
Kings County In Nova Scotia: description of, especially its rivers and soil p.6 p. 4
LaHave Lumber from for England by 1783 p. 13
LaPlanche River In Cumberland County: its navigability p. 8
LaPlanche River a boundary of Amherse [?Township] p. 8
Lancastershire People of said settled on Campobello p. 11
Lawrence Town A few miles east of Halifax: apparently a series of small coastal settlements (of Acadians) 1783 p. 13
Liverpool earlier called Port Rossignal: settled by New Englanders p. 12
Liverpool lumber from for England by 1783 p. 13
Liverpool people of said to have settled on Campobello p. 11
Londonderry On the Cobequid: settled by 1783 by North Irish and Scotch who came via New Hampshire p. 3
Londonderry On the Cobequid: settled by 1783 by North Irish and Scotch who came via New Hampshire p. 3
Long Island In the lower St. John River: 800 acres: said originally granted to Sir Robert Wilmot: sold to Joseph Gerrish: sold to John Butler and others p.30 p. 29
Long Reach Captain William Stirling's land on p. 27
Lower Musquash Island In the St. John River: three miles long: mainly of low, wet meadow p. 30
Lunenburg County Its settlements and settlers 1783 p.13 p. 12
Lunenburg on "Merligueth Bay": settled by "industrious Germans" p. 13
Mactaquac Description of and lands adjoining Mactaquac Island p. 53
Mahone Bay lumber from to England by 1783 p. 13
Maliseets In 1783: consist of about 140 able-bodied men (and families): inhabit St. John Valley and Passamaquoddy: said superior to Micmacs p. 15
Manawagonish a cove at: some good land near p. 20
Manawagonish a cove at: some good land near p. 20
Manor On River Hebert: settled by Yorkshire men p. 9
Maps see Mercure's plan Mercure's plan Apparently refers to his map of the St. John, Nashwaak, and Keswick p. 49
Marechites Maliseets p. 15
Mauger's Island Part of Maugerville: 500 acres Maugerville called a "town" p. 38
Mauger, Joshua With others: original grantee of Maugerville, etc. p. 39
Maugerville a township of Sunbury 1783 p. 10
McNutt's Township Madam Keswick Keswick River p. 48
McNutt's Township On the St. John: the Keswick runs through it: little known of it 1783 p. 48
Meducksnecack Meduxnekeag p. 56
Meductic Falls Mid way between the Nackawick and Meductic p. 55
Meduxnekeag River About 35 leagues in length: good land adjoining p. 56
Memramcook River Acadians, Americans, and Yorkshiremen settled on by 1783 p.9 p. 8
Memramcook River p. 14
Merliqueth Bay Lunenburg Township on p. 13
Mezequesh River Missoguash River p. 8
Micmacs Said inferior to Maliseets 1783 p. 15
Middle Island Part of Maugerville: 200 acres p. 39
Minas Basin Its fishery 1783 p. 5
Miramichi linked to the St. John by a two-mile portage p. 36
Miramichi settlement at 1783 p. 14
Missoguash River In (old) Cumberland County: its navigability p. 8
Monckton The Nova Scotia township on Annapolis Basin, etc.: its salt marsh: settled by a few New England families as of 1783 p. 7
Monquart [Its modern spelling an unfortunate rendering of the Indian "Neagmoonquatunk"]: similar in character to the Shikatehawk p. 58
Morris, Charles his 10, 000-acre grant on the St. John above the Oromocto and its settlers 1783 p. 42
Morris, Samuel - His land grant on the St. John: between Capt. Wm. Pollet and Maugerville 1765 p. 38
Morris, Samuel - His land-grant on the St. John: between Capt. Wm. Pollet and Maugerville 1765 p. 38
Musquash Cove a good harbour: salt marsh near p. 20
Musquash Cove a good harbour: salt marsh near p. 20
Nackawick - "Nairuquawegaik" Navigable to boats 25 leagues: good land adjoining p.55 p. 54
Nairuquawegaik - p. 54
Nashwaak Lake - [?This] Seven leagues by two leagues: source of the Nashwaak p. 49
Nashwaak River - "Nashwiack" The upper boundary of Newton p. 45
Nashwaak River a portage to the Keswick, from p. 50
Nashwaak River its length, source, and islands p.50 p. 49
Neagmoonquatunk - Neecanwelloocook - p. 58
On the St. John River about six miles above St. Anne's Plain p. 43
Point "Baubier's" at the mouth of the Nerepis p. 20
The name of either of two islands near the Mactaquac stream's mouth p. 53
[Big Presque Isle Stream] "Susquewidcook" canoe navigation on: 20 leagues p. 57
[Little Presque Isle Stream] "Wackeauzoon River" a small river one-half mile above the Becaguimec: an island at its mouth p.57 p. 56
narrow Praise - p. 21
Nerepis Formerly called Baubier's River: adjoining land both good and bad p. 21
New Dublin in Lunenburg Co. settled, then abandoned by a few North Irish by 1783 p. 12
Newport Township Part of Hants Co. p. 2
Newton A township of 50, 000 acres extending from Maugerville to the Nashwaak 1783 p. 45
Nova Scotia American Revolution has prevented population increase p. 16
Nova Scotia its Indians settled mainly Halifax-Cape Breton shore p. 15
Nova Scotia population 1783: reckoned at 12, 000 p. 17
Nutfield In New Hampshire: re Truro's early settlers p. 3
Oath of Allegiance Taken by c 100 Acadian families of N. S. by 1783 p. 14
Old Comers five families on land-grants of Chas. Morris p. 42
Old Comers no legal entitlement to lands: represented as squatters p. 33
Old Comers no legal entitlement to lands: represented as squatters p. 34
Old Comers no legal entitlement to lands: represented as squatters p. 37
Old Comers tenants at Maugerville p. 39
Old Mill Creek The south or s.-e. boundary of Sunbury [Township] p. 43
Old Mill Creek The south or s.-e. boundary of Sunbury [Township] p. 49
Onslow Settled mainly new New Englanders as of 1783 p. 3
Oromocto Island Part of Maugerville: c 400 acres, divided into 7 1/2-acre lots by proprietors of Maugerville p. 39
Oromocto The block-house at 1783 p. 40
Oromocto [River] northern boundary of Burton, excepting [the Oromocto "Flats"] p. 40
Oromocto [River] quality of lands adjoining p. 40
Oromocto [River] quality of lands adjoining p. 41
Oromocto the nearby landgrants to Chas. Morris and Arthur Goold p. 42
Ox Island Part of Burton: c 60 acres of intervale p. 41
Ox Island Part of Burton: c 60 acres of intervale p. 42
Pannoyack Penniac p. 49
Paulet, Captain William His 3, 000-acre grant on the St. John next above Captain William Spry's: [Old Comer] squatters on 1783 p. 37
Penniac River About two leagues from mouth of the Nashwaak. small p. 49
Penniac a settlement by 1783 p. 50
Percau River Small, unnavigable river near Cape Porcupine or Blow-me-down, King's County, Nova Scotia p. 4
Percau River Small, unnavigable river near Cape Porcupine or Blow-me-down, King's County, Nova Scotia p. 5
Petcoudiac Petitcodiac p. 8
Petitcodiac p. 14
Petitcodiac its area settled by 1783 by Acadians, Yorkshiremen, etc. p. 8
Petitcodiac its area settled by 1783 by Acadians, Yorkshiremen, etc. p. 9
Pictou Scotch at by 1783 p. 14
Pictou Settlement of begun by 1783: government renames it Tynemouth p. 3
Pictou Settlement of begun by 1783: government renames it Tynemouth p. 4
Pisiquid River renamed the Avon p. 2
Pitchy Island In the Nashwaak: the second of three main islands p. 50
Port Raison In N. S. eastward of Cape Sable: settled by North Irish by 1783 p. 12
Port Rossignol Early name for Liverpool, N. S. p. 12
Portages Washademoak to the Petitcodiac 1783: about 18 mi. p. 33
Portages from Grand Lake to the Miramichi [two miles] and to the Richibucto [nine miles] p. 36
Portages from the Nashwaak to the Keswick [about three miles] p. 50
Provisions, supplies, etc. flour, oats, and hay from Windsor, Horton, and Comwallis for Halifax 1781 p. 17
Quakers from Nantucket: settled at Cape Sable by 1783 p. 12
Queens County In N. S.: its settlements and settlers 1763 p. 11
Queens County In N. S.: its settlements and settlers 1763 p. 12
Restigouche settlement at by 1783 p. 14
Richibucto River linked by a nine-mile portage to the St. John p. 36
Richibucto settlement at by 1783 p. 14
River Hebert The river: "so called by the Acadians" 1783: pant of a travel-route p. 9
Roads Halifax-Windsor 1783: verges cleared and formed p. 16
Roads one exists Chester-Windsor, 25 mi., by 1783 p. 13
Sackville In New Brunswick Settled first by New Englanders and later, by Yorkshiremen p. 8
Salmon River In Kings Co. Nova Scotia: its salmon and trout p. 5
Scotch Early settlers of Truro, via New Hampshire p. 3
Scotch a few settled at Argyle by 1783 p. 12
Scotch a number of families in Annapolis Township by 1783 p. 6
Scotch at Pictou p. 14
Secatatrunk Shikatehawk p. 57
Settlement as of 1783: at Miramichi, Richibucto, and Restigouche p. 14
Settlement attempt at by General F. Haldiman and H. Wallace on Shepody River: failure p. 9
Settlers Old Comers on the St. John: are from Mass. and Connecticut p. 11
Shebbenaccadie River Shubenacadie River p. 3
Shepody River Settled area by 1783: of New Englanders, Yorkshiremen and Acadians p. 8
Shepody River Settled area by 1783: of New Englanders, Yorkshiremen and Acadians p. 9
Shepody River land-grant on to General F. Haldiman, etc. p. 9
Shikatehawk "Secatatrunk" A small stream of 20 leagues: good land adjoining p. 57
Shikatehawk "Secatatrunk" A small stream of 20 leagues: good land adjoining p. 58
Shubenacadie River its navigability and Truro on p. 3
Southampton The 'official' name for Tatamagouche 1783 p. 4
Spoon Island In the St. John near the Belleisle: 50 acres of good land: attached to Amesbury 1783 p. 28
Spry, Captain William his large tract of good land which includes Jemseg area: his harsh terms ousted Old Comer settlers and none have replaced them 1783 p. 33
Spry, Captain William his large tract of good land which includes Jemseg area: his harsh terms ousted Old Comer settlers and none have replaced them 1783 p. 34
Spry, Captain William his large tract of good land which includes Jemseg area: his harsh terms ousted Old Comer settlers and none have replaced them 1783 p. 35
St. Anne's [Plain] As of 1783: cleared by the French: formerly, a number of houses on, now only three families p. 43
St. Croix I is the Boundary Edward Winslow 1783 p. 11
St. Croix River A tributary of the Avon [Pisquid]: bridged by 1783. its navigability p. 2
St. Croix River A tributary of the Avon [Pisquid]: bridged by 1783. its navigability p. 3
St. Margaret's Bay Brandford on p. 13
St. Mary's Bay Acadians on 1783 p. 14
St. Peters Harbour In Nova Scotia: its fishery p. 13
Stirling, Captain Walter R.N. His land-grant on east side of Long Reach: 10, 000 acres of poor land p. 27
Studholm, Major Gilfred his 40, 000-acre grant on the upper Kennebekasis p. 26
Sunbury County consists of Wilmot and Maugerville townships 1783 p. 10
Sunbury [Township] Appar. a township 1783: extends from Old Mill Creek about one mile to St. Anne's Plain p. 42
Sunbury [Township] Appar. a township 1783: extends from Old Mill Creek about one mile to St. Anne's Plain p. 43
Susquewidcook Appar. Big Presque Isle Stream p. 57
Swan Creek Upper limit of Gagetown [township] 1783 p. 320
Swan Creek southern boundary of Burton p. 40
Tantramar River Its navigability p. 8
Tatamagouche Germans at p. 14
Tatamagouche settlement of begun by 1783: government renames it Southampton p. 3
Tatamagouche settlement of begun by 1783: government renames it Southampton p. 4
Tinmouth Tynemouth p. 4
Tintamare River Tantramar River p. 8
Tobique "Neecanwelloocook" a large river with many islands: good land adjoining: "It runs into the Bay of Chaleurs" p. 58
Townships 1, 000-acre tract, lower east side St. John River, laid out for one 1783 p. 23
Townships Amesbury p. 25
Townships Burton p. 39
Townships Burton p. 40
Townships Burton p. 41
Townships Burton p. 42
Townships Hillsborough p. 9
Townships Hopewell 1783 p. 9
Townships Maugerville 1783 p. 10
Townships Maugerville 1783 p. 38
Townships McNutt's p. 48
Townships McNutt's p. 48
Townships Monckton in Nova Scotia p. 7
Townships Newport, in Hants Co. p. 2
Townships Newton p. 45
Townships Newton: on the St. John between Maugerville and the Nashwaak p. 45
Townships of Horton p. 5
Travel routes River Hebert-Minas Basin-Windsor: Halifax to Cumberland route 1783 p. 9
Travel routes St. John to the Miramichi via Grand Lake and ditto to the Richibucto p. 36
Travel routes the St. John River p. 10
Travel routes the Washademoak and portage to Petitcodiac p. 33
Truro Settled by 1783 by North Irish and Scotch who came via New Hampshire p. 3
Tynemouth The 'official' name for Pictou 1783 p. 4
Upper Musquash Island In the St. John River next below Grimross: 200 acres and a lake in centre p. 31
Wackeauzoon River Appar. the [mod.] Little Presque Isle Stream p. 56
Wages Nova Scotia 1783: labourer L 30 to L 35/yr. or 5/ to 6/ per day plus keep p. 17
Wallace, Hugh Of New York: with General F. Haldimand: invests in a settlement on Shepody River before 1783: fails p. 9
Washademoak lands adjoining said poor, is part of a travel-route, and the families of settlers on by 1783 p. 32
Washademoak lands adjoining said poor, is part of a travel-route, and the families of settlers on by 1783 p. 33
Wentworth, Sir John and an Edward Winslow and Ward Chipman plan p. 58
White oak most of central New Brunswick's supply is on Captain William Spry's land 1783 p. 34
Wilmot I settled mainly by North Irish and New Englanders p. 6
Wilmot II in Sunbury Co. 1783 p. 10
Wilmot, Sir Robert Orig. grantee of Long Is., in the St. John: sold it to Joseph Gerrish p. 30
Windsor Township Part of Hants Co. p. 2
Windsor its boundaries p. 2
Windsor on Halifax-Cumberland travel-route p. 9
Windsor supplies Halifax with flour, oats, etc. 1781 p. 17
Yarmouth settled by New Englanders by 1783 p. 12
[St. John] land opposite Fort Howe reserved for a town 1783 p. 20
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