Boston (Mass.) -- Poor. : Proposals for carrying on a manufacture in the town of Boston, for employing the poor of said town.
Boston (Mass.) -- Population. : Boston, ss. At a meeting of the select-men, February 7th 1759. [electronic resource] : Whereas by means of the neglect of the inhabitants of this town, in not informing the select-men or town-clerk, of all inmates, boarders or tenants they receive ... such persons have become inhabitants ... Ordered, that the following clause of the act of the province, entitled An act relating to the admission of town inhabitants, be printed and dispers'd, viz. ...
Boston (Mass.) -- Registers. : Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Boston, March 15, 1782. [electronic resource] : Whereas the General Court of this commonwealth on the eighth day of March instant did resolve, "That eighty-five men ... be immediately raised within the town of Boston, as said town's proportion for compleating and recruiting the Massachusetts line of the Continental Army."--and whereas the General Court did further resolve ... to class the inhabitants of said town ... into eighty-five classes ... each person contained in such class shall pay towards procuring the man for said class ... In compliance with said resolves, the assessors ... have fixed upon the under-written persons to compose one class, viz. To Mr. [blank] head of class, no. [blank] in ward no. [blank].
Boston (Mass.) -- Religion -- 17th century. : The Bostonian Ebenezer. [electronic resource] : Some historical remarks, on the state of Boston, the chief town of New-England, and of the English America. With some agreeable methods, for preserving and promoting, the good state of that, as well as any other town, in the like circumstances / humbly offer'd, by a native of Boston. ; [Two lines of Scripture text]
Boston (Mass.). -- Elections. : Notification. [electronic resource] : The freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, qualified as the law directs, are hereby notified to meet at Faneuil-Hall, on Monday, the 23d of May instant ... to choose three select-men, in the room of Samuel Sewall and William Phillips, Esqrs; and Mr. Timothy Newall, who have resigned ...
Boston (Mass.) -- Thursday lectures -- 1728. : God's awful determination against a people, that will not obey his voice, by his word, and judgments : A sermon preach'd at the publick lecture in Boston, Feb. 8. 1728. After repeated shocks of the earthquake. By John Cotton, V.D.M. Published at the desire of many of the hearers. [Three lines from Amos].
Boston (Mass.). : At a legal meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, at Faneuil-Hall, May 14, 1782, [electronic resource] : and continued by adjournment to the 22d of said May. Voted, that the selectmen be directed to publish in hand-bills the regulations ... in consequence of a report of the committee appointed to audit the town-treasurer's accompts ... Which regulations are as follows, viz.