[Boston]: Printed by Adams and Nourse, 1784-1785. 51, ; -91, ; -162;  pp.; [index] 12 pp. Folio. Tan muslin with red and black morocco spine labels, gilt titles. First edition. Very good, spine label chipped, boards faded, browned endpapers, institutional stamp on title of first section, contents moderately soiled, dark stain on five leaves. Evans 18602; Evans 18603; Evans 19089. ESTC W6806; ESTC W33324; ESTC W6808. Item #43981
Includes a number of items on the New York Massachusetts Hudson River dispute and payments and issues resulting from the Revolutionary War. Resolves I-CVI, pertaining to: Lands west of the Hudson River; Indian relations; Delegate relations; Plan of the Schedule for a Valuation; Commemorating the anniversary of American Independence; Appointing agents to repair Eastern Massachusetts and inform themselves of the encroachments made by British subjects; Directing the Commissary General to make repairs to cattle in Boston Harbor; Payment of the members of the General Court; Examination of unappropriated lands. Resolves I-CII, pertaining to: Report on the Governor's message respecting encroachments; Claims on Unappropriated lands; Payment of the members of the Council and of the General Court; Empowering the Governor and Council to draw warrants in favor of officers commanding artillery companies; Instructing the delegates to Congress relative to the British subjects; Bringing delinquent sheriffs and collectors to account. Resolves I-CXCII, pertaining to: An Indian selling land; Empowering the overseers of Boston to contract for taking care of State sick; Dividing the County of Lincoln into two districts; Settling the boundaries between New York and Massachusetts; Respecting Indian lands on Penebscot River; Directing the Secretary to publish the militia law. An index to the whole (12 p.; not in Evans or Bristol).