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THE PITCH BOOK  AND PROPRIETOR’S SURVEYS.

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    After all the divisions of upland and intervale had been laid out on the rights, for certain considerations, the owners of them conveyed them back to the propriety. In some instances, the conveyance was made to the selectmen, so that for now, should there be found any undivided land left in the town, the town might be the owner of a part of it by reason of being the owner of some of the rights.