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in this Town; and if upon examination, said Committee find s'd Orders or Laws to interfere they shall consider and report to this Parish a proper Line for a Boundary between the two Parishes; and that this Committee shall have authority to confer and act in concurrence with any Committee which shall be chosen by s'd second Parish for the purpose of fixing Boundaries between the two Parishes, and report at the adjournment of the meeting. Attest James Munro, Parish Clerk. Cambridge, Sept'r 15th, 1784. 1785 Jan. 20, 1785, a vote was taken to know the minds of the inhabitants, whether they would choose any person or persons to assist the standing committee in the lawsuit in which they are sued, in behalf of said parish, by the Baptists, and it passed in the affirmative. Nov. 14, 1785. Vote to know the minds of the inhabitants, whether they will pay back again to Gershom Cutter, Stephen Cutter and Charles Cutter, the money which they paid to Seth Stone, collector of taxes i