The Soldiers' Monument in Cambridge

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Press of J. Wilson and son, 1870 - 104 pages

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Page 44 - February, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-nine, and of the independence of the United States of America the ninety-third.
Page 11 - ... judges in matters of this nature) be accounted void and null, unless the same shall likewise be allowed by the archbishop or...
Page 11 - At a meeting of the proprietors of the common and undivided lands in Cambridge, in 1769, "all the common lands, belonging to the proprietors, fronting the college, commonly called the Town Commons, not heretofore granted or allotted to any particular person, or for any special or particular use...
Page 21 - SOLDIERS AND SAILORS OF CAMBRIDGE, WHOSE NAMES ARE HERE INSCRIBED, DIED IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY, IN THE WAR FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE UNION. TO PERPETUATE THE MEMORY OF THEIR VALOR AND PATRIOTISM, THIS MONUMENT is ERECTED BY THE CITY, AD 18G9-70.
Page 11 - Commons, be and the same are hereby granted to the town of Cambridge to be used as a training field, to lie undivided and to remain for that use forever, provided, nevertheless, that if the said town should dispose of, grant or appropriate the same or any part thereof at any time hereafter, to or for any other use than that aforementioned, then and in such case the whole of the premises hereby granted to said town shall revert to the Proprietors granting the same, and the present grant shall thereupon...
Page 11 - ... the town of Cambridge, to be used as a training field, to lie undivided, and to remain for that use forever, provided, nevertheless, that if the said town should dispose of, grant, or appropriate the same, or any part thereof, at any time hereafter, to or for any other use than that aforementioned, then, and in such case, the whole of the premises hereby granted to the said town shall revert to the proprietors granting the same,
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Page 94 - And be it known unto Britain, even American daughters are politicians and patriots, and will aid the good work with their female efforts.
Page 10 - Ordered, That a Joint Special Committee, to consist of the President and five members of the Common Council, with such as the Aldermen may join, be appointed to consider and report upon the subject of a
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