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    [Massachusetts General Assembly] "Acts and Laws Passed by the General Court of Massachusetts", 1801. 34 pages (paginated 483-518), sewn binding, 9" x 14", printed by Young and Minns - Printers to the State, Boston, May 27, 1801, toned with minor flaws, but complete and in very good condition. The publication contains a collection of Acts including the establishment of a Supreme Judicial court, established of schools in Andover, dealing with fugitives from justice, establishment of the third turnpike road in New Hampshire, the building of a bridge over the North River in Plymouth, limiting the number of livestock from feeding on the beaches, regulating the inspection of beef exported from the Commonwealth, the safe storage of gunpowder in the town of Boston, and many others.

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