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The picturesque pocket companion, and visitor's guide, through Mount Auburn 3 3 Browse Search
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 1 1 Browse Search
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said Corporation next ensuing their choice, and until another Board are chosen in their stead, in pursuance of this Act. section 12. Be it further enacted, That the said Cemetery shall be and hereby is declared exempted from all public taxes, so long as the same shall remain dedicated to the purposes of a Cemetery. In House of Representatives, March 27, 1835. Passed to be enacted. Julius Rockwell, Speaker. In Senate, March 28, 1835. Passed to be enacted. George Bliss, President. March 31, 1835. approvedd. Samuel T. Armstrong. A true Copy. Attest. Edward D. Bangs, Secretary of thee Commonwealth. The amount paid by these proprietors to the Horticultural Society, under the articles of separation, was $4,223,42. The original cost of the land was $9,766,89. The quantity, in all, is one hundred and ten and a quarter acres, a piece having been added, on the west side, to the first purchase. The total cost of grounds and improvements, up to the close of the year last past, is $
tructure whatever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said land, which shall be determined by the major part of the said Trustees for the time being, to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of them, shall have the right, and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said land, and remove the said offensive or improper object or objects; Eighth, The said lot of land shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an act of the General Court, dated March 31, 1835, and entitled An act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Cemetery of Mount Auburn. And the said proprietors of the Cemetery of Mount Auburn do hereby covenant to and with the said heirs and assigns, that they are lawfully seized of the aforegranted premises, and of the ways leading to the same from the highway, in fee simple; that they are free from all incumbrances; that the Corporation have a right to sell and convey the said premises to the said for the purposes above expressed:
, or any structure whatever, or any inscription be placed in or upon the said lot, which shall be determined by the major part of the said Trustees for the time being, to be offensive or improper, the said Trustees, or the major part of them, shall have the right, and it shall be their duty, to enter upon said lot, and remove the said offensive or improper object or objects. Eighth. The said lot shall be holden subject to the provisions contained in an Act of the General Court, dated March 31, 1835, and entitled An Act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Cemetery of Mount Auburn. The Trustees request that all railings or inclosures of lots, may be light, neat and symmetrical,--and that no slabs be placed in the Cemetery unless in a horizontal position. Public lot on Cypress Avenue. This is an enclosure 30 by 90 feet, in which interments may be made on payment of Ten Dollars each. Regulations concerning visiters. The Secretary will issue to each Proprietor one Tick