such fundamental articles be assigned to him.
section Iii: Be it further enacted, That the President of the said Society shall have authority to call any special meeting or meetings of the said Society at such time and place as he shall direct, for the purpose of carrying into effect any or all the purposes of this Act, or any other purposes within the purview or the original Act to which this Act is in addition.
In House of Representatives, June 22d, 1831. Passed to be enacted. William B. Calhoun, Speaker. In Senate, June 23d, 1831. Passed to be enacted. Leverett Saltonstall, President. June 23d, 1831. Approved. Levi Lincoln. A true Copy. Attest, Edward D. Bangs, Secretary of the Commonwealth,
At a meeting of subscribers called August 3d, 1831, it appeared that the subscription had become obligatory, according to the program above stated, by the taking of a hundred lots.
In fact, the paper was filled up to a much greater extent than was either required or expected, as