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Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In Senate, February 26, 1781: Whereas it is of the utmost importance that the quota of men required by a resolve of the 2d of December last, be speedily compleated; and as the mode of classing has been more successful in procuring the men than any other measure: therefore, resolved, that the assessors of every deficient town ... where the mode of classing has not been adopted, be, and they hereby are authorized and directed immediately upon the receipt hereof, to class their inhabitants
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"In the House of Representatives, February 26, 1781. Read and concurred ..."
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