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cessors and assigns, be and they are hereby made a Corporation by the name of "the Alfred Manufacturing Corporate name. Company” for the purpose of manufacturing cotton, and woolen goods in the Town of Alfred, on their own lands with power to take and hold any estate real and personal May hold estate to an amount not exceeding at any one time, one hundred $100,000. thousand dollars, and said Company shall have all the powers and privileges granted to similar Corporations and be subject to all the duties and requirements, contained in the several Acts, defining the general powers and duties of Manufacturing Corporations, and also to an Act concerning Corporations, passed the sixteenth day of February one thousand eight hundred and thirty six.

Chapter 140.

· AN ACT to set off George Hussey from Falmouth and annex him to

Westbrook.

Approved March 21, 1836.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, That George Hussey, together with his farm on which he now lives be and the same hereby are set off from the town of Falmouth and annexed to the town of Westbrook, Provided, That the said Hussey shall be held to pay all taxes assessed against him in said Falmouth prior to the passing of this Act.

Chapter 141.
AN ACT to incorporate the Norridgewock Female Acaa.my.

Approved March 21, 1836.
Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-
sentatives in Legislature assembled, That there be and hereby
is established in the town of Norridgewock, an Academy Location.

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by the name of the Norridgewock Female Academy: 2 Names of Corpo. that Josiah Peel, Amos Townsand, D. Farnsworth, ic

S. Tenny, Thomas J. Copeland, their associates and sa

cessors be and they bereby are incorporated into a bor Corporate name. politic by the name of the Trustees of Norridgewocs

Female Academy, with power to take and bold any re or personal estate, the annual income whereof shall del exceed two thousand dollars, and so to manage and dispose of the same as most effectually to promote the design o' the institution.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That said Trustees may Powen, &c. erect maintain and keep in repair such building or buidings

as they may deem necessary—and may establish any by. laws, for the management of their affairs and the government of the school, not repugnant to the laws of the State.

Sect. 3. Be il further enacted, That the number of said Trustees shall never exceed fifteen nor be less than fre. a majority of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business—and the said Trustees shall have power to fill all vacancies that may occur in their Board by death resignation or o herwise.

Sect. 4. Be it further enacted, That the person firs Manner or call- named may call the first meeting of said Trustees, by giving

to each of them, personal notice of the time and place of holdiug the same, or by leaving at their place of abode a written notice thereof, fourteen days at least prior to the time of such meeting.

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Chapter 142.
AN ACT to incorporate the Waldo Sullivan Granite Company.

Approved March 21, 1836.

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Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of RepreNames of corpo- sentatives, in Legislature assembled, That John Pyate, Jun.,

William G. Mosely, Daniel Waldo, their associates, successors and assigns, be and they hereby are created a

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Corporation by the name of the Waldo Sullivan Granite Corporate name. Company; for the purpose of quarrying, manufacturing and working granite in the Town of Sullivan and of vending, transporting and dealing in the same and also of engaging in such other branches of trade and business as may be necessarily connected therewith; and for these purposes shall have all the powers and privileges and be subject to all the duties and requirements expressed in the several Acts defining the general powers and duties of manufacturing Corporations, and also to the provisions of the several Acts concerning Corporations.passed at the present session of the Legislature.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That said Company may take, hold and manage any real estate to an amount not to the amount of exceeding one hundred thousand dollars and any personal estate to an amount not exceeding two hundred thousand dollars.

Sect. 3. Be it further enacted, That said Waldo shall have power to call the first meeting of said Corporation, first meeting. by giving to each member thereof, personal notice of the time and place of holding the same, verbally or in writing, fourteen days at least prior to the time appointed for holding said meeting.

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Chapter 143.

AN ACT to incorporate the Buck's Harbor Mountain Granite Company.

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Approved March 21, 1836. Sect. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, in Legislature assembled, That John Lee, Paul R. N

atheir persones of Corpo Barker, Freeman Weeks, and John R. Redman, their rators. associates, successors, and assigns, be and hereby are created a Corporation by the name of the Buck’s Harbor Corporate name. Mountain Granite Company, for the purpose of quarrying, working, manufacturing, vending and dealing, in Granite from said Buck's Harbor, situate in Brooksville, County

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of Hancock, and for these purposes shall have all the power and privileges and be subject to all the duties and requirements expressed in the several Acts of this State, defining the general powers and duties of Manufacturing Corporations, and also to an Act concerning Corporations, passed February sixteenth one thousapd eight hundred and thirty six.

Sect. 2. Be it further enacted, That said Company may erect and build wharves on their own land and in such manner, as shall in nowise obstruct the navigation of said river.

Sect. 3. Be it further enacted, That said Corporation May hold estate shall bave power to hold personal or real estate to the

amount of fifty thousand dollars, exclusive of their property in said Mountain.

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to the amount of 850,000.

Chapter 144.

AN ACT to make valid certain doings of the First Parish in the Town of

Fryeburg.

Approved March 22, 1836.

ing 2d Parish.

Income of fund ar to be divided.

Whereas the First Parish of the Town of Fryeburg, at a legal meeting thereof held on the fifteenth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun

dred and thirty five, unanimously voted that so soon as a Persons compos- second Parish composed of John S. Barrows, Stephen

Chase, Henry C. Buswell and Reuel Barrows and their associates should be legally formed and organized, the annual income of the fund arising from the sale of the parsonage lands in the Town of Fryeburg, should be divided between the two Parishes in proportion to the annual number of rateable polls in said Parishes respectively, and to authorize and request the Trustees of said Fund in the Town aforesaid to pay to the Treasurer of each Parish the proportion belonging to such Parish according to the above ratio.

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And whereas the said Parish at the meeting aforesaid Trustees to be refurther unanimously voted to release the said Trustees, ability to pay

? damages, &C. their heirs, executors and administrators from all liability to the said Town or Parish to pay damage on account of any loss which might arise by reason of their paying said income to said Treasurer as aforesaid and to justify them for making such payment.

And whereas the said Parish, at the meeting aforesaid, further unanimously voted, that if a portion of those who should compose said First Parish, should see fit, thereafter, to withdraw therefrom and to form another distinct Persons withParish or Parishes—to authorize and request the said Parish, entitled to Trustees to pay to the Treasurer or Treasurers of such funds. Parish or Parishes their due proportion of the income of said fund according to the ratio before named and to justify the said Trustees for making such payment.

And whereas the said Parish at the meeting aforesaid further unaniinously voted, to authorize and request the said Trustees to pay over the annual income arising from Income arising all donations to said fund to the Treasurers of said several be divided among Parishes aforesaid, in the same manner and proportion, as ishes. they might be authorized to pay over the income arising from the sale of the parsonage land aforesaid-reserving Reservation. and excepting the right to each and every donor or his legal representative or representatives to decide which of the said Parishes should receive the income arising from his donation to said fund.

And whereas the said Parish, at the meeting aforesaid further unanimously voted--that each and every donor to Donors, &c. to said fund and the legal representatives of all such as have determine to deceased and might thereafter decease should have the rishes the income right to elect and determine to which of the several Treas- be paid. urers of the parishes aforesaid, the annual income arising from his or their donation should be paid by said Trustees, by giving notice in writing of such election and determination to said Trustees within three months from the formation of said second Parish-reserving the right to such as might choose to let their donation remain with

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