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IX TUS CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MAINE.

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1. PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF PORTLAND IN 1864, FROM CAPE ELIZABETA.
II. A PLAN OF ANCIENT FALMOUTH, EMBRACING THE TRACT FROM SPURWINK RIVER TO

NORTH YARMOUTH, WITH TILE LOCATION OF THE ORIGINAL SETTLERS.
JI. PORTRAIT OF THE AUTHOR.
IV. PALMOUTH NECK AT TRE TIME OF ITS DESTRUCTION BY MOWATT IN 1775.
V. A VIEW OF MIDDLE STREKT AS IT WAS IN 1814, LOOKING EAST FROM TEMPLE STREET,

BHOWING THE FRONT OF THE OLD EXCHANGE, THE SECOND PARI8 MEETING

HOUSE, AND OTHER BUILDINOS.
VI. A VIEW OF THE SAME PART OF MIDDLE STREET IN 1803.
VII. A View or MIDDLE STREET IN 1863, LOOKING WEST FROM TEMPLE STREET.

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FAC-SIMILES OF AUTOGRAPII SIGNATURES.

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THOMAS ELBRIDGE AND ABRARAM SHURT.
WALTER NRALE.
Jons WINTER.
GEORGE CLEEVES, GEOROE MUNJOY, RICHARD MARTIN, RALPH TURNER, AND GEOROE LEWIS.
RICHARD TUCKER, EDWARD R18HWORTH, AND RODERT ITOWARD.
Rev. ROBERT JORDAN.
IIENRY JOCELYN.
SIR EDMUND ANDROS AND JOIN WEBT.
ANTHONY BRACKETT AND SILVANUS Davis..
PETER BOWDoix, Jonx IIOLMAN, AND GEORGE BRAMHALL.
THOMAS WESTBROOK AND SAMUEL WALDO.
THOMAS GORGES.
SIR FERDINANDO GOROES.
RICHARD VINES.
Rev. THOMAS JENNER.
EDMUND CODPREY.
GEORGE CLEEVE.

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CONTENTS.

PAOL.

CHAPTER 1.

RICHMOND's Island-Spurwink-lispute between Cleeves and Tuckor, and John Winter, about

the title-trade at Richmond's island—the Neck, now Portland, first occupiod-grants
in other parts of Falmouth-Mitton, Macworth—first Indicial Court for tho Province
Attiene in Palmonth in 1640.

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The political affairs of the Province from the great patent in 1620, to the submission to the
jurisdiction of Massachusetts in 1668—Sir Ferdinando (lorger.

CHAPTER III.

BOUNDARIES and name of the town—inhabitants in 1658, and places of residenco-carly con.

veyances—first mille-settlers at Back cove-Jordan's claim and quarrel with Clceves—
tac-simile antograph signatures of early settlers.

CHAPTER IV.

INHABITANTS petition the Cuneral Court against the claims of Clooves and Jordan-potition

of the frocmon to the General Court-islands belonging to Falmouth-now settlers,
Munjoy, Wakely, Coe, Brackett, Clarke, Felt, Cloice, and others-Mitton's death.

PROCEEDINGS of the new government-courts in Craco, pornons presented, atuto of morala

Cleove, donth and charnctor-Thomns' Skilling's death and family-government of Mng-
Aachusetts restored Jordan, Jocelyn, Ncale-freemen petition General Court-Munjoy
licensed to retail-castern lino run-selectmen-Falmouth presented—settlements at
Cnpisic, Stroudwater, and Purpuwluck--denth of Martin, Whnrff, Bartlett, and Mills.

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The first Indian war-inhabitants of Falmouth 1675-lostruction of the town in 1876–

furthor attacks of the Indiang-uililin in 1078--pouce-prisoners rostoral-Wultur
Gendall-Robert Jorilan's deuth—Brackett-namos of inhabitants in Casco bay.

CHAPTER VIII.

PURCHASE of Maino by Mussachusetts-goverument—ro-vottleinent of Pulinonth-Druforth's

grunts, and other titles on tho Neck-gruuts by tho town—Silvanus Davis Munjoy's
death and family-first tavern, Seacomb, Jones, Cloico-death of Mrs. Harvey and George
Lewis

Gcorgo Burroughs.

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FORT Loyal-saw-mills taxol for its support-dved of Falmouth to trustocs-government of

Andros, now patents for land roquirod—French emigrants-rouls and forries-businoss
of tho town and its internal condition-quarrel betwocn Lawronco and Davis.

CHAPTER XI.

A BRIEF notice of sonio of tho inhabitants of Falmouth during the second settlement-

names of the settlers.

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CARACTER of the first settlors-Samuel Mooily–Benjamin Larraboc-Snmnel Coll—Samuel

Proctor-ferry and traveling--Indian war of 1722-Father Rallo-pence-accessions to
tho population, Riggs, Suwyer, Westbrook, and others-ccclesinstical affairs-meeting-
house built-Mr. Smith settled.

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EDUCATION-schools and school-mastoin_clucatel men-public library.

CILAPTER XV.

ECCLESIASTICAL Affairg-Purpoodluck parislı set oft—Presbyteriang-Purpooduck prishı-First

parish, now meeting-house-revival--Licorgo Whitefielil-New Casco jurisdi- Episcopul
www.joty-settlement of Mr. Der Qunkern.

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