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of much historical interest and value, which the Editor has gathered from every available and reliable source, and for which due credit is always given. His intention has been to publish every official paper and document that can be found on record or on file, that serves to throw light on our Provincial History.
The Province Laws, in this volume, from 1692 to 1702, (only two or three of which have ever before been printed) indicate the state of the Province and the manners and customs of the times to which they relate. In this respect they are of much value and should be carefully examined.
Speech of Lt. Gov. Usher and answer to it,
Samuel Allen's title to Province Lands,
An act respecting pursuit of Indians in winter,
Queen Anne’s Instructions to Gov. Dudley,
328, 349, 352, 377
Capt. George Vaughan, agent to England,
Petition of inhabitants at Quamscott,
Speeches of Lt. Gov. John Usher,
445, 452, 493, 507,547
418, 462, 501, 511, 530, 540
Addresses to the King, George I,
601, 630, 649
Petition of inhabitants of Portsmouth,