By-laws of the town of Portsmouth, passed at their annual meeting held March 25th, 1795. Approved by the justices of the Inferior-Court, for the County of Rockingham. : To which are annexed, An act to prevent common nuisances. And An act to prevent damage being done by horses, mules and jacks.

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 29344.
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And An act to prevent damage being done by horses, mules and jacks. By-laws of the town of Portsmouth, passed at their annual meetings held March 25th,and August 29th, Approved by the justices of the Inferior Court for the County of Rockingham.: To which are annexed, An act to prevent common nuisances, and An act to prevent damage being done by horses, mules and jacks.

By-laws of the town of Portsmouth, passed at their annual meeting held March 25th, papproved by the justices of the Inferior-Court, for the county of Rockingham: to which are annexed, An act to prevent common nuisances, and, An act to prevent damage being done by horses, mules and jacks.

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