4 edition of Acts of the twenty-second General Assembly of the state of New-Jersey. found in the catalog.
Acts of the twenty-second General Assembly of the state of New-Jersey.
|Other titles||Act to incorporate the chosen freeholders in the respective counties of the state|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 48527|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||279|
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Acts of the twenty-second General Assembly of the state of New-Jersey: At a session begun at Trenton on the twenty fourth day of October, seventeen hundred and ninety-seven, and continued by adjournments.: Being the second sitting. Get this from a library.
Acts of the twenty-second General Assembly of the state of New-Jersey: At session begun at Trenton on the twenty-fourth day of October, seventeen hundred and ninety-seven, and continued by adjournments.: Being the first sitting.
[New Jersey.]. Acts of the twenty-fourth General Assembly of the state of New-Jersey. At session begun at Trenton on the twenty-second day of October, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, and continued by adjournments.
Published: () Votes and proceedings of the thirty-fourth General Assembly, of the state of New-Jersey. Acts of the twenty-fourth General Assembly of the state of New-Jersey. At session begun at Trenton on the twenty-second day of October, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, and continued by adjournments.
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Nashville: Nye and Co., Adams Centinel. Gettysburg, PA. – Adams Co., IL, Circuit Court. BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, That slavery in this state be and it is hereby abolished, and every person who is now holden in slavery by the laws thereof, be and hereby is made free, subject, however, to the restrictions and obligations hereinafter mentioned and imposed; and the children hereafter to be born to all.
In Provincial Congress, New Jersey, Burlington. July 2, By order of Congress. SAMUEL TUCKER, Pres. WILLIAM PATTERSON, Secretary. Verified from " Acts of the General Assembly of New Jersey, compiled by Peter Wilson, Trenton, MDCCCLXXXIV." pp. III-X. See, also Extracts from the Journal of Proceedings of the Provincial Congress of New Jersey.
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Domini. Acts of the Fifty-Seventh General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, in a Session begun at Trenton, on the Twenty-Second Day of October, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-Three. Being the First Sitting. Trenton: Printed by Joseph Justice, Softcover. Tall octavo.
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At a General Assembly begun and held at Fayetteville on the Eighteenth Day of November, in the year of our Lord one Thousand Seven hundred and Eighty-six, and in the Eleventh year of the Independence of the said State, it being the first Session of the Assembly.
A Bound Book of the Laws passed in New Jersey. A Bill to extend Three Acts. The history of Pennsylvania begins in when William Penn received a royal deed from King Charles II of England, although human activity in the region precedes that area was home to the Lenape, Susquehannock, Iroquois, Erie, Shawnee, Arandiqiouia, and other American Indian tribes.
Most of these tribes were driven off or reduced to remnants as a result of. acts passed at the called session of the general assembly of the state of arkansas, which was begun and held in the court-house, in the town of washington, hempstead county, on thursday, the twenty-second day of september, one thousand eight hundred and sixt-four, and ended on sunday, the second day of october, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four.
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY of the State of South Carolina, begun and holden at Columbia, the twenty-fifth day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, being the fourth Monday in November, the day fixed by the Constitution for the meeting of the General Assembly-- one in New Jersey and one on the Cumberland.
The first 2 links are to books that were published by a congressional order of the United States of America – Laws of the United States of America, from the 4th of March,to the 4th of March, Including the Constitution of the United States, the old Act of Confederation, treaties, and many other valuable ordinances and documents, with copious notes and references.
The United States Constitution has served as the supreme law of the United States since taking effect in The document was written at the Philadelphia Convention and was ratified through a series of state conventions held in and Sincethe Constitution has been amended twenty-seven times; particularly important amendments include the ten ."I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of New Jersey, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of Senator (or member of the General Assembly) according to the best of my ability." and in Article VII, Section I, paragraph 1, the oath for all state officers.*Defeated British at Trenton, New Jersey, after crossing the Delaware on Decem *Survived tough winter at Valley Forge(); Washington strengthened his troops during the winter and gained tremendous respect among the men *General Cornwallis surrendered to Washington on Octo