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otherwise regular, shall be as good and valid as if done in the name of the Mill River school district.
Resolved, That said Southport school district may, by itself or its committee, establish different grades of schools, to wit: a primary, intermediate and high school; and may authorize its committee to assess the expense of said schools over and above any public moneys appropriated to the same, upon the parents, masters and guardians of such children as may have attended the said schools, after the following rates, viz, against those who attend the primary, at a rate not exceeding one dollar and a half per quarter; against those who attend the intermediate, at a rate not exceeding two dollars and a half per quarter; and against those who attend the high school, at a rate not exceeding four dollars per quarter. And said assessments to be collected by the officers of said district in the same manner as is by law now provided for the collection of school taxes, or rates in school districts.
Provided, that nothing herein contained shall be construed to limit said committee in relation to their assessment, for tuition and other expenses, upon the parents, guardians and masters of such children as may be admitted to said schools from without said district.
Provided, that no chiid or children residing within said district, between the ages of four and sixteen, shall be excluded from the benefits of any of the schools aforesaid, on account of the inability of the parents or guardians of such child or children to pay the tuition which may be prescribed.
ANNEXING GEORGE W. PHILLIPS TO FIRST SCHOOL SOCIETY IN FRANKLIN.
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives, in General Assembly convened, That George W. Phillips, an inhabitant of Bozrah, in this state, and living within the limits of the third district of the first school society in said Bozrah, be and is hereby transferred from said third district to the fifth district, first school society, in the town of Franklin.
ANNEXING JOAB OWEN AND HANNIBAL HANCHETT AND THEIR LANDS, OF SUFFIELD, TO FIRST SCHOOL DISTRICT, SECOND SCHOOL SOCIETY OF GRANBY, FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES.
Resolved by this Assembly, That the petitioners, Joab Owen and Hannibal Hanchett, together with all that tract of land lying in the town of Suffield, and contained in the following described boundaries, viz, commencing at the corner of said petitioners' land on the boundary line between the towns of Suffield and Granby, thence running south 76 E. 730 links; thence south 5 W. 800 links; thence S. 72 E. 2,735 links; thence south 26 W. 1200 links; thence S. 69 E. 1570 links; thence S. 46 W. 1200 links to the town line of Windsor Locks; thence following said line to the southwest corner of the town of Suffield, and thence following the line between the towns of Suffield and Granby to the place of beginning, and all the inhabitants thereof, or living thereon, be and they are hereby annexed and declared to belong, for all school purposes, to the first school district of the second school society in the town of Granby, with all the privileges in relation to schools of any other inhabitants thereof; provided, that nothing herein contained shall exempt the petitioners, or the owner or owners of said tract of land, from the payment of his or their legal share of the costs, heretofore accrued, or hereafter to accrue, in a suit now pending between the south school district in said Suffield, and Julius C. Sheldon, and a tax therefor may be laid and collected in the same manner as if this resolution had not passed.
ANNEXING PART OF THE TWELFTH SCHOOL DISTRICT, IN THE FIRST SCHOOL SOCIETY OF GROTON, TO THE SIXTH SCHOOL DISTRICT OF STONINGTON, AND PART TO THE FOURTH SCHOOL DISTRICT OF GROTON.
Upon the petition of B. F. Collins and others, inhabitants of the sixth school district of Stonington, and of the twelfth school district of Groton, showing to this assembly, that at a meeting of said school district, regularly warned and held on the 11th day of April, 1853, for that purpose, it was voted unanimously: Whereas, the fourth school district in Groton have agreed to a division of said district, and said district having been legally divided, and a part thereof called the twelfth school district of Groton, and a portion of said twelfth school district wishes to unite with and be annexed to the sixth school district of Stonington, and the said sixth school district of Stonington having agreed to said union and annexation, for a consideration mutually satisfactory,
and praying this assembly that said union and annexation may take place, and that the remaining part or fraction of the twelfth school district, Groton, be set back to the fourth school district in Groton ; therefore,
Resolved by this Assembly, That so much of the new school district called the twelfth school district in the first school society, Groton, as is contained within the following boundaries, to say: commencing at the northeast corner of the town of Groton, running westerly with town line, between the towns of Ledyard and Groton, until it comes to its junction with Red brook, so called, near the northwest corner of lands of Nathan F. Denison, thence southerly with said Red 'brook, until it comes to its junction with Saw-mill brook, so called, thence with said mill brook in an easterly direction until it comes to a line fence between lands of Warren Haley and Russel Wells, thence southerly with said line fence, to lands of Edward Wells and Zepporah Wells, to Mystic river, be and the same is hereby annexed to the sixth school district of Stonington, and shall form a part of said sixth school district, for school purposes only, and that all the remaining part, or fraction of the twelfth school district, Groton, be and the same is hereby set back to the fourth school district in Groton, and is, to all intents, a portion of the same.
INCORPORATING THE CHURCHILLVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF HAMDEN.
Upon the petition of Warren L. Brown and others, praying for the incorporation of a school district within the town of Hamden, as by said petition, duly served and returned, will more fully appear:
Resolved by this General Assembly, That the following described territory of said town of Hamden, and all the inhabitants residing therein, be and they are hereby incorporated into a school district, to be known and called by the name of the Churchillville District, with the usual powers and privileges of school districts in this state; and the same shall be and remain a body corporate, for the purposes aforesaid, and shall belong to and be a part of the East Plain school society of said Hamden; that is to say, all that part of said Hamden situated within the following limits, to wit: beginning at the turnpike bridge, north of the factory of the Churchill manufacturing company, thence running south, in the center of the Cheshire turnpike, by town line, to the first corner of said town line; thence due east by said town line to ridge road; thence southerly along the center of ridge road, about one hundred and fifty-three rods, to a point in the line with the north side of Enos Bassett's dwelling house; thence due west to Mill river; thence following the west bank of Mill river north
easterly, to the place of beginning. And the committee, or a majority of them, of said school society, are hereby authorized to warn the first meeting of said district, by posting a notice thereof, in the usual form of warning school district meetings, on a post at the corner by the residence of Joel Churchill, in said Hamden. And said meeting shall be holden at such time and place, within the limits of said district, as said society's committee, or a majority of them, in their said notice shall appoint, for the choice of officers of said district, and for adopting such other measures as may be necessary for the proper organization of said district.
SECOND SCHOOL DISTRICT IN THE FIRST SCHOOL SOCIETY IN HAMPTON, LOCATED IN CHAPLIN, ANNEXED TO THE SCHOOL SOCIETY IN CHAPLIN.
Upon the petition of Thomas Martin and others, of the second school district, in the first school society in the town of Hampton, in the county of Windham, showing to this assembly that the school house in said district, and a large proportion of the territory and inhabitants of said district are within the town of Chaplin, in said county of Windham; that said petitioners are subjected to very great inconvenience in attending to their school society business, and praying to be annexed to the school society in said town of Chaplin, with their proportion of such school funds as may belong to them as members of said school society in Hampton, as per petition on file, dated the 24th day of April, A. D. 1841, duly served and returned, will appear:
Resolved by this Assembly, That all that part of the second school district, in the first school society in the town of Hampton, in the county of Windham, that lies within and belongs to the town of Chaplin in said county, be and the same is hereby annexed to the school society in the said town of Chaplin, and shall be entitled to all the privileges, and subject to all the immunities to which it might have been subject if originally made part and parcel of said school society in said Chaplin.
INCORPORATING THE CLAY HILL DISTRICT IN THE SECOND SCHOOL SOCIETY IN HARTFORD.
Resolved by this Assembly, That the southeast part of the south school district, in the second school society in the town of Hartford, bounded east on the West Hartford parish line, north on a district called Quaker district, south on the town line between Hartford and Wethersfield, and west on a line drawn due north and south, touching the northeast corner of the garden now improved by Henry Hurlburt, be and the same is hereby constituted a school district, to belong to said second school society, and to be called the Clay Hill District, and that the inhabitants residing within the same, be entitled to all the privileges and have all the powers belonging to and enjoyed by other school districts. And Asoph Deming, one of the inhabitants of said Clay Hill district, is hereby authorized to warn a meeting of the electors of said district, to be holden at his dwelling house, in said district, on the 20th day of June, 1840, to organize and choose the regular officers, and to provide for the support of a school for said district.
CLAY HILL SCHOOL DISTRICT TO BE CALLED SOUTH STREET SCHOOL DISTRICT, NO. 1.
Upon the petition of the Clay Hill District, a school district in the second school society in the town of Hartford, praying that the name of said district might be changed:
Resolved by this Assembly, That the name of said district be changed, and that it be known hereafter by the name of the South Street School District, No. 1.
EXTENDING LIMITS OF THE EAST SCHOOL DISTRICT IN THE SECOND SCHOOL SOCIETY IN HARTFORD.
Resolved by this Assembly, That the limits of the East School District in the second school society in the town of Hartford, be so altered and extended as to include the farms and lands now owned and occupied by Ward Woodbridge and Harvey Arnold.