Act of Incorporation, Constitution, By-Laws, and List of Members, of the Fellowship Horse Company: Organized in the year 1821, For the Pursuit and Recovery of Stolen Horses and Other Property. Doylestown, Penna. That the object and business of said corporation shall, and is hereby prescribed to be, the pursuit and detection of horse thieves and other villains, the protection of property, and insurance of stolen horses and mules not recovered.
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