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meer Motion, for the due Encouragement of settling a JVetv Planta-
tion within our said Province, by and with the Advice of our Trusty
and Well-beloved Benning Wentworth, Esq; Our Governor and
Commander in Chief of Oursaid Province of New-Haimpshire in New-
Pn(/land, and of our Council of the said Province ; Have upon the
Conditions and Reservations herein after made, given and granted,
and by these Presents, for us, our Heirs, and Successors, do give and
grant in equal Shares, unto Our loving Subjects, Inhabitants of Our
said Province of JVeiv-Hampshire, and Our other Governments, and to
their Heirs and Assigns for ever, whose Names are entred on this
Grant, to be divided to and amongst them into Seventy equal Shares,
all that Tract or Parcel of Land situate, lying and being within our
said Province of New-Hampshire, containing by Adineasurement,
Twenty Three Thousand & forty Acres, which Tract is to contain
Six Miles square, and no more; out of which an Allowance is to be
made for High Ways and unimprovable Lands by Rocks, Ponds,
Mountains and Rivers, One Thousand and Forty Acres free, accord-
ing to a Plan and Survey thereof, made by Our said Governor's
Order, and returned into the Secretary's Office, and hereunto annexed,
butted and bounded as follows. Viz. Begining at a Marked Tree
standing in the Westerly Corner of Minehead, then runing up
North Easterly six Miles or thereabouts to tlie Northerly Corner of
Minehead aforesaid, then carrying that breadth back North Westerly
by Brundswiclc & Wenlock so farr as that a Parralell Line with tlie
North Easterly line of Minehead afores** will Contain the Contents of
Six Miles square — And that the same be, and hereby is Incorporated
into a Township by the Name of Lewis And the Inhabitants that
do or shall hereafter inhal)it the said Townsliip, are hereb}^ declared
to be Enfranchized with and Intitled to all and every the Priviledges
and Immunities tliat other Towns within Our Province by I^aw Exer-
cise and Enjoy : And further, that the said Town as soon as there shall
be Fifty Families resident and settled thereon, shall have the Liberty



LEWIS. 249

of holding Two Fairs^ one of wliicli shall be held on the
And the other on the annually, which Fairs are not

to continue longer than the respective following the

said and that as soon as the said Town shall

consist of Fifty Families, a Market may be *opened and *2-386
kept one or more Days in each Week, as may be thought
most advantagious to the Inhabitants. Also, that the first Meeting
for the Choice of Town Officers, agreable to the Laws of our said
Province, shall be held on the Second Fryday in August next which
said Meeting shall be Notified by M"" And" Graham who is hereby
also appointed the jModerator of the said first Meeting, which he is to
Notify and Govern agreable to the Laws and Customs of Our said
Province ; and that the annual Meeting forever hereafter for the
Choice of such Officers for the said Town, shall be on the Second
Tuesday of March annually, To Have and to Hold the said Tract
of Land as above expressed, together with all Privileges and Appur-
tenances, to them and their respective Heirs and Assigns forever,
ujDon the following Conditions, viz.

I. That every Grantee, his Heirs or Assigns shall plant and culti-
vate five Acres of Land within the Term of five Years for every fifty
Acres contained in his or their Share or Proportion of Land in said
Township, and continue to improve and settle the same by additional
Cultivations, on Penalty of the Forfeiture of his Grant or Share in
the said Township, and of its reverting to Us, our Heirs and Suc-
sessors, to be by Us or Them Re-granted to such of Our Subjects as
shall effectually settle and cultivate the same.

II. That all white and other Pine Trees within the said Township,
fit for Masting Our Royal Navy, be carefully preserved for that Use,
and none to be cut or felled without Our special Licence for so doing-
first had and obtained, upon the Penalty of the Forfeiture of the
Right of such Grantee, his Heirs and Assigns, to Us, our Heirs and
Successors, as well as being subject to the Penalty of any Act or Acts
of l^arliament that now are, or hereafter shall be Enacted.

HI. Tliat before any Division of the Land be made to and among
the Grantees, a Tract of Land as near the Centre of the said Town-"
ship as the Land will admit of, shall be reserved and marked out for
Town Lots, one of which shall be allotted to each Grantee of the
Contents of one Acre.

IV. Yielding and paying therefor to Us, our Heirs and Successors
for the Space of ten Years, to l)e computed from the Date hereof,
the Rent of one Ear of Indian Corn only, on the twenty-fifth Day of
December annually, if lawfully demanded, the first Payment to be
made on the twenty-fifth Day of December. 1763



250



CHAKTEK RECORDS.



V. Every Proprietor, Settler or Inhabitant, shall yield and pay
unto Us, our Heirs and Successors yearly, and every Year forever
from and after the Expiration of ten Years from the abovesaid
twenty-fifth Day of JJecemher^ namely, on the twenty-fifth Day of
December^ which will be in the Year of Our Lord 1773 One shilling
Proclamation Money for every Hundred Acres he so owns, settles or
possesses, and so in Proportion for a greater or lesser Tract of the
said Land; which Money shall be paid by the respective Persons
abovesaid, their Heirs or Assigns, in our Council Chamber in Ports-
mouth, or to such Officer or Officers as shall be appointed to receive
the same ; and this to be in Lieu of all otlier Rents and Services
whatsoever.

In Testimony whereof we have caused the Seal of our said Prov-
ince to be hereunto affixed. Witness Benning Wentworth, Esq;
Our Governor and Commander in Chief of Our said Province, the
29"" Day of June In the Year of our Lord Christ, One Thousand
Seven Hundred and Sixty two And in the Second Year of Our Reign.

B Wentworth

By His Excellency's Command,
With Advice of Council,

T Atkinson Jun' Sec-'y

Prov'' New Hamp' June 29 1762

Recorded According to the Original Charter under the Prov*^ Seal

f T Atkinson Jun"" Sec''"

*2-387 *The Names of the Grantees of Lewes (Viz)



Eleazer Hinman
John Hinman
Joseph Sanford
Abijah Hinman
Huthwitt Tuttle
David Johnson
Gideon Hinman
Sam' Hinman
David Hinman
Elijah Hinman
Elijah Hind
Jon=^ Mitchell
Jehial Preston
Sam' Moodey
Edw'* Hinman
Joseph Hicok



Matt^ Mitchell
Joseph Richards
Rob* Torrance
And* Graham
Freeman Hinman
Amos Hicok
Agur Curtis
Reuben Hinman
And" Coe
William Young
Buslniel Benidict
Tho^ Drakly
Seth Preston
Joseph Perry
Benj'"- Stiles
Elijah Brownson



Silas Hicok
Moses Knapp
Sam: Moulton
Eleazer Knowles
Nath : Tuttle
Tho^ Kimberly
Sam' Curtis
Thadius Curtis
Moses Downs
John Stiles
Seth Curtis
Noah Hinman
Tho^ Bull
Gideon Walker
Phineas Potter
Reuben Squier



LEWIS.



251



John Tweedy Adam Ilinnian Obediah Wlieler

David Boland AVill'" Boland Josepli Pierce

John Pierce Jnstus Pierce David Pierce

Nathan Pierce Jacob Meek Sam: Ave rill

Hon''*'" John Downing Esq Kich'* WibirdEsq Theo : Atkinson Jun"" Esq
Jonathan Warner Esq
His Excellency Benning Wentworth Esq a Tract of Land to Con-
tain Five Hundred Acres as marked B- W- in the Plan which is to
be Accounted two of the within shares, one whole Share for the
Incor{)orated Society for the Propagation of the Gospell in Foreign
Parts, one share for a Glebe for the Church of England as by Law
Establish'd, one Share for the first Settled Minister of the Gospel &
one Share for the Benefit of a school in said Town —

Pro^ New Ilamp"- June 29-1762

Recorded According to the Back of the Original Charter Lewis
under the Pro"" Seal

T Atkinson Jun^ Sec'-^
Prov'^ of New Hamp'' June 29"^ 1762

Recorded from the Back of the original Charter of Lewis under the
Pro^ Seal

19 T Atkinson Jun^ Sec''



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Plan of_

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252 CHARTER RECORDS.

LUDLOW.

*2-197 *Province of New-Hampshire.

Ludlow GEORGE the Third,

S'-*^^-^^ N By the Grace of God, of Great-Britain, Frauce and
/ Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c.
* ' * { To all Persons to whom these Presents shall come,

^— ^^— ^ -' Greeting.

Know ye, that We of Our special Grace, certain Knowledge, and
nieer Motion, for the due Encouragement of settling a Neto Planta-
tion within our said Province, by and with the Advice of our Trusty
and Well-beloved Benning Went worth, Esq ; Our Governor and
Commander in Chief of Our said Province of New-Hampshire in
Neiv-England, and of our Council of the said Province ; Have
upon the Conditions and Reservations herein after made, given and
granted, and by these Presents, for us, our Heirs, and Successors, do
give and grant in equal Shares, unto Our loving Subjects, Inhabitants
of Our said Province of New-Hamiisliire, and Our other Govern-

J. '

ments, and to their Heirs and Assigns for ever, whose Names are entred
on this Grant, to be divided to and amongst them into Seventy One
equal Shares, all that Tract or Parcel of Land situate, lying and
being within our said Province of New-Hampshire, containing by
Admeasurement, about Twenty Four Thousand Acres, which Tract
is to contain Something more than Six Miles square, and no more ;
out of which an Allowance is to be made for High Ways and unim-
provable Ijands by Rocks, Ponds, Mountains and Rivers, One
Thousand and Forty Acres free, according to a Plan and Survey
thereof, made by Our said Governor's Order, and returned into the
Secretary's Office, and hereunto annexed, butted and bounded as fol-
lows, Viz. Begining at the North Westerly Corner of Flamstead
thence Runing North fifty five Degrees West Six Miles, Thence
North Seventeen Degrees East Six Miles & One half Mile to the
South Westerly Corner of Saltash thence South Sixty Five Degrees
East Six Miles by Saltash aforesaid to the South Easterly Corner
thereof, then south Eight Degrees West Seven Miles & One half
Mile to Flamstead Line then by Flamstead s'^ Line to the North
Westerly Corner of Flamstead being the Bound first above
Mention'd — And that the same be, and hereby is Incorporated into a
Township by the Name of Ludlow And the Inhabitants that do or
shall hereafter inhabit the said Township, are hereby declared to be
Enfranchized with and Intitled to all and every the Piiviledges and



LUDLOW. 253

Tminunities that other Towns within Our Province by Law Exercise
and Enjoy : And further, that the said Town as soon as there shall
he Fifty Families resident and settled thereon, shall have the Liberty
of holding Two Fairs^ one of which shall be held on the

And the other on the annually, which

Fairs are not to continue longer than the respective
following the said and that as soon as

the said Town shall consist of Fifty Families, a Market may
be *opened and kept one or more Days in each Week, as *2-198
may be thought most advantagious to the Inhabitants.
Also, that the first Meeting for the Choice of Town Officers, agreable
to the Laws of our said Province, shall be held on the Second
Monday in October next which said Meeting shall be Notified by
Cap' Eliakim Hall who is hereby also appointed the Moderator of the
said first Meeting, which he is to Notify and Govern agreable to the
Laws and Customs of Our said Province; and that the annual
Meeting for ever hereafter for the Choice of such Officers for the
said Town, shall be on the Second Tuesday of March annually. To
Have and to Hold the said Tract of Land as above expressed,
together with all Privileges and Appurtenances, to them and their
respective Heirs and Assigns forever, upon the following Conditions,
viz.

I. That every Grantee, his Heirs or Assigns shall plant and culti-
vate five Acres of Land within the Term of five Years for everv
fifty Acres contained in his or their Share or Proportion of Land
in said Township, and continue to improve and settle the same by
additional Cultivations, on Penalty of the Forfeiture of his Grant or
Share in the said Township, and of its reverting to Us, our Heirs
and Successors, to be by Us or Them Re-granted to such of Our Sub-
jects as shall effectually settle and cultivate the same.

n. That all white and other Pine Trees within the said Town-
ship, fit for Masting Our Royal Navy, be carefully preserved for that
Use, and none to be cut or felled without Our special Licence for so
doing first had and obtained, upon the Penalty of the Forfeiture of
the Right of such Grantee, his Heirs and Assigns, to Us, our Heirs
and Successors, as well as being subject to the Penalty of any Act
or Acts of Parliament that now are, or hereafter shall be P^nacted.

HL That before any Division of the Land be made to and amono-
the Grantees, a Ti-act of Land as near the Centre of the said Township
as the Land will admit of, shall be reserved and marked out for Tovi'n
Lots, one of which shall be allotted to each Grantee of the Contents
of one Acre.

IV. Yielding and paying therefor to Us, our Heirs and Successors



254



CHARTER RECORI>S.



for the Space of ten Years, to be computed from the Date hereof, the
Rent of one Ear of Indian Corn only, on the twenty-fifth Day of
December annually, if lawfully demanded, the first Payment to be
made on the twenty -fifth Day of December. 1762

V. Every Proprietor, Settler or Inhabitant, shall yield and pay unto
Us, our Heirs and Successors yearly, and every Year forever, from
and after the Expiration of ten Years from the abovesaid twenty-
fifth Da}^ of December^ namely, on the twenty-fifth Day of December,
which will be in the Year of Our Lord 1772 One shil/irig Proclama-
tion Money for every Hundred Acres he so owns, settles or possesses,
and so in Proportion for a greater or lesser Tract of the said Land ;
which Money shall be paid by the respective Persons abovesaid, their
Heirs or Assigns, in our Council Chamber in Portsmouth^ or to such
Officer or Officers as shall be appointed to receive the same ; and this
to be in Lieu of all other Rents and Services whatsoever.

In Testimony whereof we have caused the Seal of our said
Province to be hereunto affixed. Witness Benning Wentworth,
Esq; Our Governor and Commander in Chief of Our said Province,
the Sixteenth Da}'- of September In the Year of our Lord Christ,
One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty One And in the First Year
of Our Reign.

B Wentworth

By His Excellency's Command,
With Advice of Council,

Theodore Atkinson Se""^'

Province of New Hamps' Sept"^ 16, 1761

Recorded According to the Origional Charter under the Province
seal

Attested ^ Theodore Atkinson Sec'^

*2-199 *The Names of the Grantees of Ludlow — Viz



Jared Lee Esq

Amos Lee
Eliakim Hall jun""
Stephen Hall
Thomas Thebets
Joseph Blackley
Josiah Newell
Nathaniel Penfield
David Austin
Samuel Austin
Nathaniel Fellows



Cap' Eliakim Hall
Timothy Lee
Hezzekiah Hall
Street Hall
Thomas Thibets jun""
Abraham Turner
Jonathan Norton
Samuel Bishop
Isaac Doolittle
Daniel Lyman Esq'"
Rev'' Nathan Williams



Seth Lee

Isaac Hall jun'^

Doct^ Caleb Hall

Timothy Hall

Timothy Bormau

Moses Lyman

Samuel Stow

John Mix

Samuel Bishop Jun""

llry Tuttle

Doc' John Dickinson



LUDLOW.



255



Timothy Root
John Newell
Phinehas Lewis
Jonathan Woodruff
Thomas Hart Tertis
^ilas Beck with
Stephen Barnes Jun""
Joel Potter
Joseph Bishop
Elihu Hall Esq^
Daniel VVarner Esq'^



Thomas Norton
Isaac Bidwell
Ezekiel Cowles
John Carter
David Hill
William Lee
William Judd
Charles Norton
Steel Smith
John Hall
Israel Calkins



Solomon Hart
Zadoch Orvis
Solomon Curtis
David Cleark Jun"^
Moses Hill
Samuel Hickcock
Joseph Lee
George Hindesdale
John Norton
Richard Wibird Esq""



His Excellency Benning Wentworth Esq' a Tract of Land to Con-
tain Five Hundred Acres as marked B-W-in the Plan & is to be
Accounted two of the Within Shares, One whole Share for the
incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign
Parts, One share for a Glebe for the Church of England as by Law
Established, One share for the first Settled Minister of the Gospel,
& One share for the benefit of a school in said Town —

Province of Ne w Hamp-" Sep-" 16, 1761

Recorded from the Back of the Origional Charter for Ludlow under
the Province seal

Attested f Theodore Atkinson Sec'>'



256



CHARTER RECORDS.




1:^



r£aTr,sl.»ii iin»



Province of New Hamps"" Sep'' 16, 1761

Recorded from the Back of the Origional Charter of Ludlow under
the Province Seal —

Attested ^ Theodore Atkinson Sec''^



LUNENBURG. 257

LUNENBURG.

*Province of New-Hampshire. *2-480

Luningbiirg GEORGE the Third,

. ."-^-^^ . By the Grace of God, of Great-Britain, France and
) / Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c.

j I To all Persons to whom these Presents shall come^

^ ^— ^.^*^ ^ Greeting.

Know ye, that We of Our special Grace, certain Knowledge, and
meer Motion, for the due Encouragement of settling a Neiv Planta-
tion within our said Province, by and with the Advice of our Trusty
and Well-beloved Benning Wentworth, Esq ; Our Governor and
Commander in Chief of Our said Province of New-Hampshire in
Neiv-Ungland., and of our Council of the said Province; Have
upon the Conditions and Reservations herein after made, given and
granted, and by these Presents, for us, our Heirs, and Successors, do
give and grant in equal Shares, unto Our loving Subjects, Inhabi-
tants of Our said Province of New-Hampshire, and Our other Gov-
ernments, and to their Heirs and Assigns for ever, whose Names are
entred on this Grant, to be divided to and amongst them into
Seventy Six equal Shares, all that Tract or Parcel of Land situate,
h'ing and being within our said Province of JVew-Hamfshire^ con-
taining by Admeasurement, Twenty three Thousand & Forty Acres,
which Tract is to contain Six Miles square, and no more; out of
which an Allowance is to be made for High Ways and unimprovable
Lands by Rocks, Ponds, Mountains and Rivers, One Thousand and
Forty Acres free, according to a Plan and Survey thereof, made by
Our said Governor's Order, and returned into the Secretary's Office,
and hereunto annexed, butted and bounded as follows. Viz. Begin-
ning at a Stake & Stones Standing on the Bank of the West Side of
Connecticut River which is the South Easterly corner Bounds of
Guild Hall, from thence runing North West six Miles to the North
Westerly Corner of Guild Hall, thence turning off & runing South
Sixty nine Degrees West, four Miles & two Hundred & fifty Six
Rods, & from thence Runing South Fifteen Degrees East to Con-
necticut River, thence up the River as that Trends to the Stake &
stones first above Mentiond the bounds begun at And the same be,
and hereby is Incorporated into a Township by the Name of Luning-
bourg And the Inhabitants that do or shall hereafter inhabit the said
Township, are hereby declared to be Enfranchized with and Inti-
tled to all and every the Priviledges and Immunities that other

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258 CHAKTER RECORDS.

Towns within Our Province by Law Exercise and Enjoy : And
further, that the said Town as soon as there shall be Fifty Families
resident and settled thereon, shall have the Liberty of holding Two
Fai7's, one of which shall be held on the
And the other on the
annually, which Fairs are not to continue longer than
the respective following

the said and that as

soon as the said Town shall consit of Fift}'' Families, a
*2— 481 Market may be *opened and kept one or more Days in each

Week, as maybe thoughtmost advantagious to the Inhabitants.
Also, that the first Meeting for the Choice of Town Officers, agreable
to the Laws of our said Province, shall be held on the first Tuesday
in August next which said Meeting shall be Notified by David Page
who is hereby also appointed the Moderator of the said first Meeting,
which he is to Notify and Govern agreable to the Laws and Customs
of Our said Province; and that the annual Meeting for ever hereafter
for the Choice of such Officers for the said Town, shall be on the
Second Tuesday of March annually, To Have and to Hold the said
Tract of Land as above expressed, together with all Privileges and
Appurtenances, to them and their respective Heirs and Assigns for-
ever, upon the following Conditions, viz.

I. That every Grantee, his Heirs or Assigns shall plant and culti-
vate five Acres of Land within the Term of five Years for every fifty
Acres contained in his or their Share or Proportion of Land in said
Township, and continue to improve and settle the same by additional
Cultivations, on Penalty of the Forfeiture of his Grant or Share in
the said Township, and of its reverting to Us, our Heirs and Success-
ors, to be by Us or Them Pe-granted to such of Our Subjects as shall
effectually settle and cultivate the same.

II. That all white and other Pine Trees within the said Township,,
fit for Masting Our Royal Navy, be carefully preserved for that Use,
and none be cut or felled without Our special Licence for so doing
first had and obtained, upon the Penalty of the Forfeiture of the
Right of such Grantee, his Heirs and Assigns, to Us, our Heirs and
Successors, as well as being subject to the Penalty of any Act or
Acts of Parliament that now are, or hereafter shall be Enacted.

III. That before any Division of the Land be made to and among
the Grantees, a Tract of Land as near the Centre of the said Town-
ship as the Land will admit of, shall be reserved and marked out for
Town Lots, one of which shall be allotted to each Grantee of the
Contents of one Acre.

IV. Yielding and paying therefor to Us, our Heirs and Successors



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259



for the Space of ten Years, to be computed from the Date hereof,
the Rent of one Ear of Indian Corn only, on the twenty-fifth Day of
December annually, if lawfully demanded, the first Payment to be
made on the twenty-fifth Day of December. 1763

V. Every Proprietor, Settler or Inhabitant, shall yield and pay
unto Us, our Heirs and Successors yearly, and every Year forever,
from and after the Expiration of ten Years from the abovesaid
twenty-fifth Day of December^ namely, on the twenty-fifth Day of
December^ which shall be in the Year of Onr Lord 1773 One shilling
Proclamation Money for every Hundred Acres he so owns, settles or
possesses, and so in Proportion for a greater or lesser Tract of the
said Land; which Money shall be paid by the respective Persons
abovesaid, their Heirs or Assigns, in our Council Chamber in PorU-
inouth, or to such Officer or Officers as shall be appointed to receive
the same; and this to be in Lieu of all other Rents and Services
whatsoever.

In Testimony whereof we have caused the Seal of our said Prov-
ince to be hereunto affixed. Witness Benning Wentworth, Esq ;
Our Governor and Commander in Chief of Our said Province, the
Fifth Day of July In the Year of our Lord Christ, One Thousand
Seven Hundred and Sixty three And in the Third Year of Our Reign.

B Wentworth

By His Excellency's Command,
With Advice of Council,

T Atkinson Jun'' Sec""*'

Province of New Haraps'' July 6. 1763

Recorded According to the Original Charter under the Pro"" Seal

T Atkinson Jun"" Sec"^^'

*The Names of the Grantees of Luninbourg Viz *2-482

Gustavus Swan Jon''^ Sanderson



David Page
Charles Man
Eben' Hartshorne
Stephen Farnsworth
William Bigelow^
John Darling
Seth Oaks
Caleb Wood
Samuel Gates
Timothy Rogers
Henry Merchant
Dennis Lockliu
Oliver Robinson



E])hraim Stockwell
William Wood
Will"' Kiinpland
David Fowle
John Peirce
Levi Silvister
Timothy Whitney
Zebediah Rogers
James Wheeler
James Shepard
Henr}^ Sartwell
David Twitchel



Charles Baker
I very Holland
John Page
Philip Goodridge
Abner Newton
Walter Fairfield
Jonathan Moulton
Samuel Rogers
Simeon Houghton
Joab ]Miles
Benj^ Chandler
Joel Grout



260



CHARTER RECORDS.



Joseph Willsoii Nath^ Wilder

George Jaffrey James Shepard

Coll" John Goffe Esq John Sweat



Nath' Green
John Blunt
David Sanderson
Israel Jenison
Joseph Rassell
Hon Nath' Barrell

Theo : Atkinson Jun''



Stephen Boynton
Jon'^ Grout
John Richardson
Ezekiel How
David West



}■ Esq""



Samnel Sleeper
Samuel Martin
John Clark
Thomas Lord
Cyrus Whitcomb
John Curtis
Joseph Kelly
Hugh Giles

Cap'^ Jon'^ Carlton
Joseph Blanchard Esq
& Richard Jen n is Esq"^



Will"' Temple ,

John Nelson J

His Excellency Benning Wentworth Esq. a Tract of Land to
Contain Five Hundred Acres as marked B W in the Plan w''' is to
be Accounted two of the within Shares, One Whole Share for the
Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign



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