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To His Excellency the Governor and Council of Her Majesty’s Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England


Province of the Massachusetts Bay                                    

To His Excellency the Governour, Council, and  Representatives Now Assembled in General Court at Cambridge, October 15, 1702

This is to certify you that we are here in Hassanamisco have agreed upon the land that you are mind to have between our town and Magunkaquog.   We do here set our hands.

Zachariah Abram, mark
Joseph Robin, mark
Edmond Lalanc, mark
Ami Printer, mark
James Printer



To the Honorable William Stoughton, Esq., Lieutenant Governor, Etc., and toThee Honored Council and Representatives Convened in General Court, May 25, 1698

To the Honorable General Court now Sitting in Boston


The petition of John Eliot of Roxbury to this Honoured Court sheweth that seeing the wisdom of God's Providence hath cast us to begin our Indian work within the bounds of that grant which the Court was pleased to grant to Dedham,


To the Honourable Senate and House of Representatives in General Court Assembled

Petition of the proprietors and inhabitants of the Mashpee Plantation, signed by seventy-nine males and ninety-two females on the plantation, and in behalf of seventy-nine males and thirty-seven females who are absent and will not return to live under the present laws.


To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in General Court Assembled

The inhabitants and proprietors of the plantation or District of Mashpee in the County of Barnstable, hereto subscribed, beg leave with the utmost deference and respect, to offer the following observations and petition to the Honorable Court.

To the Honourable Senate and House of Representatives in General Court Assembled