Hingham, a Post Town, in the County of Plymouth, Massachusetts, has the Bay, North, - Cohasset, East, Scituate and Abington, South, and vveymouth, West. The greatest extent of the town from North to South, is seven miles and three quarters, and from East to West, about five miles - containing square acres. The original limits of Hingham embraced the present town of Cohasset, which was set 'off and incorporated April 26, 1770. Until March 926, 1793, Hingham formed a part of Suffolk County at that time, it was annexed to the new County of Norfolk. By an act of the Legislature, pass ed June 20, 1798, repealing the former act, so far as it related to Hingham and Hull, Hingham again became a part of the County of Suffolk; and by an act passed June 18th, 1803, Hingham was annexed to the County of Plymouth, Of which it now forms a part. The dis tance from Hingham to Plymouth is 26 miles, and from Hingham to Boston, about 14 miles by land, and between 12 and 18 by water.
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Publisher - Forgotten Books
Language - English
Author(s) - Solomon Lincoln
Published Date - August 25 2019
ISBN - 9781528068796
Dimesions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.3 cm
Page Count - 185
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