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said board on the application for the erection and organization of said township, and that said copies are true copies. And I further certify that the foregoing order of said board was passed by them at their annual meeting held in the circuit court room, at the village of Big Rapids, in said county, on the thirteenth day of October, A. D. 1868, as appears by their record.

In testimony whereof, I have bereunto set my hand [L. S.] and affixed the seal of the circuit court for said county, this 17th day of October, A. D. 1868.

JOHN DALZIEL,

County Clerk.

In the matter of the application of Rufus F. Morris and others,

for the erection and organization of a new township. It appearing to the board of supervisors that application has been made, and that notice thereof bas been signed, posted up, and published as in the manner required by law, and having duly considered the matter of said application, the board order and enact that the territory described in said application, bounded as follows: Congressional township number eighteen (18) north, of ranges number eight (8) and nine (9) west, and township number nineteen north, of range eight west, be and the same is hereby erected into a township to be called and known by the name of the township of Osceola. The first annual township meeting thereof shall be held at the house of Isaiah Manes, in said township, on the first Monday of April next; and at said meeting, Isaiah Manes, Holland Underwood and David Shadley, three electors of said township, shall be the persons whose duty it shall be to preside at auch meeting, appoint a clerk, open and keep the polls, and exercise the same powers as the inspectors of election at any township meeting, as the law provides, and that Isaiah Manes be the person appointed to post notices of such meeting, foarteen days before holding the same, as required by law; also, that the next annual township meeting in the township of

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Richmond be held at the school-house in district No. two, and that Rufus F. Morris be the person appointed to post notices, as required by law. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Mecosta, 5

I, John Dalziel, clerk of the county aforesaid, and of the board of supervisors thereof, do hereby certify that I have carefully compared the foregoing copy of an order of said board with the record thereof in my office, as clerk of said board, and the copy thereto attached of the map or survey of the new township of Osceola, in my office, and furnished to said board on the application for the erection and organization of said township, and that said copies are true copies. And I further certify, that the foregoing order of said board was passed by them at their annual meeting, held at the circuit court room in the village of Big Rapids, in said county, on the 13th day of October, A. D. 1868, as appears by their record.

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand (L. S.] and affixed the seal of the circuit court of said county, this 17th day of October, A. D. 1868.

JOHN DALZIEL,

County Clerk.

MONROE COUNTY. In the matter of the application of John Strong and others, for

the erection and organization of a new township, to be taken from the township of Ash.

It appearing to the board of supervisors of the county of Monroe, in the State of Michigan, that application has been made for a division of the township of Ash by fifty freeholders, residents of each of the townships to be affected thereby, and that notice thereof has been signed, posted up, and published as in manner and form required by law, and this board having been furnished with a map of all the townships to be affected

Berlin organized.

by the division, showing the proposed alteration, and having
duly considered the matter of said application, the board do
hereby order and enact that all that part of the township of
Ash lying east of a line drawn as follows, to wit: Commencing
at the north line of the county of Monroe, between section one,
town five south, range nine east, and section six, town five
south, range ten east, and running south on said range line to
the north-east corner of section thirty-six, town five south, range
nine east; thence west on the north line of said section thirty-sis,
half a mile; thence south to the centre of said section thirty-six;
thence west one and a half miles, to the west line of section
thirty-five, town five south, range nine east; thence south &
mile and a half to the south-west corner of section two, town
six south, range nine east, be and the same hereby is erected
into a new township, to be called and known by the name of
Berlin; and the first township meeting of said township of
Berlin shall be held at the house of Austin B. Chapman, on
the first Monday in April, 1868; and at said meeting, John
Strong, Austin B. Chapman and Moses Loranger, three electors
of said township, shall be the persons whose duty it shall be to
preside at such meeting, appoint a clerk, open and keep the
polls, and exercise the same powers as the inspectors of election
at any township meeting, as the law provides; and John Strong
is hereby appointed to post up notices according to law, of the
time and place of holding said meeting in the newly organized
township of Berlin.

EMERSON CHOATE, Chairman.
STEPHEN G. CLARKE, Clerk.
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
County of Monroe,

I, Stephen G. Clarke, clerk of the county aforesaid, and of the board of supervisors thereof, do hereby certify that I have carefully compared the foregoing copy of an order of said board with the record thereof in my office, as clerk of said board, and the copy thereto attached of the map or survey of the new township of Berlin, in my office, and furnished to said

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board on the application for the erection and organization of said township, and that said copies are true copies; and I further certify that the foregoing order of said board was passed by them, at a meeting held at Monroe, in said county, on the nineteenth day of December, A. D. 1867, as appears by their record.

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand (L. S. ] and affixed the seal of the circuit court of said county, this 20th day of January, A. D. 1868.

STEPHEN G. CLARKE,

County Clerk.

NEWAYGO COUNTY.

In the matter of the application of Wm. Dickinson and others,

for the erection and organization of a new township. It appearing to the board of supervisors that application has been made, and notices thereof have been signed, posted up, and published as in manner required by law, and having duly considered the matter of said application, the board order and enact that the territory described in said application, to wit: The west half of town fifteen north, range thirteen west, and the west half of town sixteen north, range thirteen west, and town fifteen north, range fourteen west, and town sixteen north, range fourteen west, and the said towns are erected into a township, to be called and known by the name of the township of Beaver.

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organized. And said board further order and enact that the first township meeting thereof shall be held at the house of Frederick Wells, in said township, on the first Monday of April next, and that Cyrus 0. Cornish, Bradford Freeman, and Addison Freeman, three electors of said township, shall be the persons whose duty it shall be to preside at such meeting, appoint a clerk, open and keep the polls, and execute the same powers as the inspectors of election at every township meeting, as the law provides.

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STATE OF MICHIGAN,
County of Newaygo,

I, John H. Simmons, clerk of said county of Newaygo, and clerk of the board of supervisors of said county, do hereby certify that I have carefully compared the foregoing copy of an order of said board with the records thereof in my office, and the copy thereof attached, of the map or survey of the new township of Beaver, in my office, furnished to said board on the application for the erection and organization of said township, and that said copies are true copies. And I further certify that the foregoing order of said board was passed by them at their meeting held at the village of Newaygo, in said county, on the fourth day of January, A. D. 1869, as appears by their record.

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, [L. S. ] and affixed the seal of the circuit court of said county, this 28th day of January, A. D. 1869.

JOHN H. SIMMONS,

County Clerk.

OCEANA COUNTY.

In the matter of the application of William J. Kennedy and

others, for the erection and organization of a new townsbip.

It appearing to the board of supervisors that application has been made, and that notice thereof has been signed, posted up, and published as in manner required by law, and having duly considered the matter of said application, the board order and enact that the territory described in said application, bounded as follows, to wit: All the territory known as North Otto, or township fourteen north, of range sixteen west, bounded on the north by Elbridge, on the east by Newfield, on the south by Otto, and on the west by Shelby, be and the same is hereby erected into a township, to be called and known by the name of the township of Reed. The first annual townsbip meeting thereof shall be held at Reed's school-house, on Mon

Reed organized.

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