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r— H A •■ k o CNJ I TO THE SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF THE TOWN OF RICHMOND, WHETHER AT HOME OR ABROAD, WHO RETAIN AN INHERENT I.

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OVE FOR THE PLACE OF THEIR BIRTH THIS VOLUME IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED.

In presenting this volume to tlie public, it is but proper to state that the work has grown to greater dimensions than was at first contemplated ; but the enlargement has resulted not from the diffuseness in detail of a few special subjects, but rather from the brief consideration of many topics claiming attention.

It has been the design to give more prominence and fullness to the genealogical than to the historical p'art, as more inter- est often centres around the lives of individuals and fam- ilies than can be awakened in the joerusal of town annals which present quite frequently a painful sameness Im- portant events which have transpired have not been over- looked, nor have such matters been ignored as seemed to change or ellect the social, moral, or political condition of the people.

The New Hampshire Grants — The Masonian Line, and the Vermont Controversy — Time of Annual Meeting Changed — Formation of Constitution of New Hamp- shire — Adoption of the Federal Constitution — Petition for Justice of the Peace — Sign-post and Stocks — Petitions for Exemption from Military Duty — Warning Out of Town — Glebe Lands — Bounties on Wild Animals and Birds.

Introductory Remarks — Description of the Town — When, Where, and by Whom Settled — The Original Proprietors — Character of Early Settlers — New Hamp- shire as a Province — Charte/ of Township — Original Survey and Plan of the Town — Charter I'orfeited and Renewed — First Town Meeting — Town Officers — The First Roads Laid Out, Etc.

Condition of Town in 1775 — Richmond Company at Battle of Bunker Hill — Asso- ciation Test — Second Census ^ Committee of Safety and Inspection — Soldiers in Winchester and Swansey Companies in 1776 — Town Bounties, 1777 — Captain Capron's Company for Relief of Ticonderoga — Soldiers in Winchester Company at Battle of Saratoga — Bounties Paid, 1778 — Soldiers Mustered in at Walpole — Committee Chosen to Hire Men, 1779 — Quotas for 1780 — Mixed up with Ver- mont — Continental Men in the Service — Cannon Taken Through Town — Bar- nard Hix and Eleazer Martin — The Currency — The Price of Articles Fixed — Town Action on Salt — Readjustment of the Currency — The Town at Close of the War — The Women of '76 Page 55.

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