Epsom articles from old newspapers
Section Six - LEGAL NOTICES
EPSOM LEGAL NOTICES FROM EARLY NEWSPAPERS
Portsmouth Oracle 7-21-1804
Epsom October 28, 1803
Portsmouth Oracle 2-28-1807
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Directors of the N.H.
Turnpike Road, have voted to farm out for one year,
from the first day of April next, the Toll that may
be collected at the several gates on the said Road,
and collected at the several gates on the said Road,
and the same will be disposed of at Public Auction to
the highest bidder - viz. the Toll that may be collected
from gates No. 1,2,3 & 4 being the four lower gates,
as the house of Joseph Richardson, innholder at Durham,
on Thursday the 19th of March next, at 2 o'clock P.M.
and the Toll from gates No. 5 and 6, being the two upper
gates, at Godfrey's Tavern, at Epsom, on the 20th March,
at 11 o'clock A.M. - Satisfactory security will be required
of the purchasers, that they pay over to the Treasurer
of the propriety, the amount of their respective purchases
in four equal quarterly payments.
NH Gazette 2-4-1808
Concord Gazette 5-31-1814
Dissolution of Partnership.
WE the subscribers, this day, by mutual consent, have
agreed to dissolve partnership. All those indebted are
requested to make immediate payment; all those who have
demands against said firm, are requested to present
their demands for settlement.
NH Patriot 2-28-1825
THE subscribers have commenced the Paper manufacturing
Business at Epsom Short Falls, N.H. under the firm of
PARK & KENNESON, where they will pay CASH for unsorted
RAGS; and for those of a good quality they will pay
the highest price.
NH Patriot 4-9-1827
NOTICE. Be it known, that, by virtue of an act of the
Legislature of the State of New Hampshire, passed July
1st, 1819, we, Levi Locke, Abel Brown, B L Locke, Samuel
W. Bickford, Daniel Cilley, Bradbury Cilley, Samuel
Whitney, and others, our associates, do hereby give
notice that we have formed ourselves into a Society
known by the name of the Universalist Society in Epsom.
NH Patriot 4-16-1827
Farmers Cabinet 8-13-1831
AN ACT to alter the names of certain persons.
NH Patriot 5-13-1833
THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
EPHRAIM HASTINGS of Heath in the County of Franklin
and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Esquire, Plaintiff,
against John D. Haynes, of Epsom, in said county of
Merrimack, Butcher, other wise called of Brighton, in
the county of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
Defendant. In a plea of the case founded on the note
of said defendant under his hand dated the ninth day
of February, 1831, for the sum of eight hundred dollars
in eight months, and grace, made payable to one Samuel
Davis or order and by him endorsed to the Plaintiff.
Also, on said defendant's other note of the same date,
under his hand for seven hundred dollars in six months,
and grace, made payable to Samuel Davis or order and
by him endorsed to the Plaintiff.
NH Patriot 7-12-1849
Farmers Cabinet 7-28-1858
AN ACT to disannex the farms of Orland Hines, True
Sanborn Jr., Abram Stanyan, Charles Stanyan, Joseph
C. Bartlett, and James H. Langmaid, from Union School
District in Epsom and Chichester, and annex the same
to Centre School District No. 6 in Chichester.