A Summary of the Laws of Massachusetts, Relative to the Settlement, Support, Employment and Removal of Paupers

John Denio, 1810 - 64 páginas

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Página 1 - shall never cease out of the land ; therefore I command thee, saying, thou shah open thine hand -wide unto thy brother, to thy poor, and to thy needy in thy land". Deut. xv. II.
Página 2 - shall never cease out of the land ; therefore I command thee, saying, thou shalt open thine hand wide unto thy brother, to thy poor, and to thy needy in thy land.—
Página 42 - or his Greeting. IN the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, you are hereby required to summons the town of in the said county of to appear if they see fit, before me the subscriber, a Justice of the Peace, in and for said county of on the day of at of the clock in the
Página 13 - the other half to him or them that shall inform and sue for the same ; And they shall be liable to answer all charges that may arise in the said town, by receiving and entertaining such person or persons as aforesaid ; to be recovered by the Town Treasurer
Página 36 - made in such deed for the instruction of male children so bound out, to read, write and cypher, and of females to read and write, and for such other instruction, benefit and allowance, either within or at the end of the term, as to the Overseers may seem fit and reasonable.
Página 27 - any she shall then have within the Commonwealth ; but neither legitimate nor illegitimate children shall gain a settlement by birth in the places where they may be born, if neither of their parents shall then have any settlement there. Fourth. Any person of
Página 27 - he shall have any within this Commonwealth, until they gain a settlement of their own ; but if he shall have none, they shall, in like manner, follow and have the settlement, of their mother., if she shall . have any. Third. Illegitimate children shall follow
Página 34 - or kindred, to whom the same shall have been ordered to be paid, the Clerk of said Court shall issue, and may renew a warrant of distress for the arrears of 'any preceding quarter. And the Court may further order, with whom of such kindred, that may desire it, such pauper shall live and be relieved,
Página 2 - of the United States of America, Jonathan Leavitt, of the said District, has deposited in this Office the Title of a Book, the right whereof he claims as Author, in
Página 60 - or disposed of to, or entrusted any person or persons whomsoever, with all or any part of the estate, real or personal, whereof I have been the lawful owner or possessor, with any intent or design to secure the same, or to receive or to

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