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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 β€œAn 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 Ticket of Admission into the Cemetery with a vehicle, under the following Regulations β€” the violation of any of which, or a loan of the Ticket, involves a forfeiture of the privilege.

1. No person is admitted on horseback.

2. No vehicle is admitted unless accompanied by a Proprietor, or a member of his or her household, with his or her ticket.

3. No vehicle is to be driven in the Cemetery at a rate faster than a walk.

4. No horse is to be fastened except at the posts provided for this purpose. No horse is to be left unfastened without a keeper.

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