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A Reply To The " 'Vindication' Of The Land Agent," &C., Author Unknown Feb 1828

A Reply To The " 'Vindication' Of The Land Agent," &C., Author Unknown

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By the same author as Remarks on the Two Last Reports of the Land Agent, Together with some Particulars of his Conduct while in Office; Addressed to the Governor, Council, and Legislature of the State of Maine, Now in Session at Portland, this pamphlet compiles remarks made by Land Agent, General James Irish and others in the wake of the first pamphlet's publication.

Irish served as a Senator in the General Court of Massachusetts in 1819 and was Gorham's delegate to the Convention to form the Maine Constitution in 1820. He also served as Gorham's first representative ...


Documents Relating To The Boundary Line Between Maine And New Brunswick, George W. Coffin, Henry Clay, Levi Lincoln, Massachusetts Legislature Jan 1826

Documents Relating To The Boundary Line Between Maine And New Brunswick, George W. Coffin, Henry Clay, Levi Lincoln, Massachusetts Legislature

Maine Bicentennial

In 1825, the Legislature of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in concurrence with the Legislature of the State of Maine, requested that George W. Coffin, the Land Agent for the State of Maine, "...take effectual measures to ascertain the extent of the depredations committed on the lands belonging to this Commonwealth and the State of Maine, by whom the same have been committed, and under what authority, if any, such depredations have been made, and all other facts necessary to bring the offenders to justice, also to make and execute good and sufficient deeds, conveying to the settlers on the undivided ...