Bath, New Hampshire 03740
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The charter of the town of Bath, New Hampshire was granted in 1761. The Bath, NH town charter set aside land in equal shares for 68 families, with a church and a school. The town was named for one of England’s prominent statesmen, William Pulteney, first Earl of Bath.
The Old Brick Store – the oldest continually operated General Store is located in Bath. The Village of Bath is part of the town of Lisbon. The Bath Covered Bridge crosses the Amoonoosuc River in Bath.
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Bath Police Dispatch: 911
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