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State of Connecticut Janu By His Excellency Samuel Huntington Esquire.: the following proclamation is hereby ordered to be publicly read in the several religious societies and congregations of all denominations throughout this state.
Get this from a library. State of Connecticut Janu By His Excellency Samuel Huntington Esquire : the following proclamation is hereby ordered to be publicly read in the several religious societies and congregations of all denominations throughout this state.
[Samuel Huntington; Connecticut. Governor ( Huntington); United States. Samuel Huntington - 10/03/ This is the text of the Octo Samuel Huntington Day of Thanksgiving Proclamation, as he served a.
His most ambitious work was a map of Connecticut bearing the following title and imprint, " A New and Correct Map of the State of Connecticut one of the United States of North Amer- ica from actual survey — Humbly Dedicated by permis- sion, to His Excellency Samuel Huntington Esquire Gov- ernor and Commander in Chief of said state.
Book E, p. Referred to a committee of the whole council by order of his Excellency the Lieut. Governor 22 July H. Ryland. To His Excellency Robert Shore Milnes Esquire, Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Lower Canada, etc., etc., etc.
May it please your : Dedpepl. To His Excellency the governor of the state of New-York.: A report of the inspector-general of staves and heading, for the city and county of New-York, from November the twenty-first,to January the first,is submitted by His Excellency's most obedient servant, John Hyer, inspector-general of staves & heading.
[New York: s.n., ]. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. John Hancock (b. JanuBraintree, MA-d. October 8,Boston, MA) was a prominent Boston merchant and leading statesman during the American Revolutionary War period.
A graduate of Harvard College, he served as its treasurer from until Book/Printed Material At a meeting of the Council of appointment held at the City-Hall of the City of Albany, on [Saturday] the [seventh] day of [April] [ 8] Present his Excellency John Jay, Esquire, President Resolved that [Samuel Stone] be and he is hereby.
John Jay was born in New York City on December 12th, and died in Bedford, Westchester County, New York, on May 17th, He was the sixth son and eighth child of Peter Jay and Mary, Van family was of French descent and his great grandfather, Pierre Jay, was a Huguenot merchant of La Rochelle, France.
Dec 5 – I David Going Junr at present of Henry County am held and firmly bound unto James Henry in the full sum of one hundred pounds current money of Virginia. To be paid unto the said Henry The condition of this obligation is such that if the above bound Gowing or his heirs or assigns do pay unto the said Henry or his assigns 12 pounds 10 shillings in gold or.
A book hunter's treasury; rare volumes and important manuscripts. (Philadelphia, New York City, The Rosenbach company, ), by Rosenbach Company (page images at HathiTrust) Five centuries of bookmaking; an exhibition of great examples from the invention of printing to the present time.
Novem to Janu Full text of "Genealogical and family history of the state of Connecticut: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of. Correspondence between His Excellency. (New York, J.F. Trow, printer, ), by Hiram Walbridge (page images at HathiTrust) Correspondence between His Excellency Lord Minto and certain ruling chiefs regarding measures to be taken for the suppression of sedition, and extracts from speeches during His Excellency's recent tour.
Washington and the French Allies had abandoned the plans to attack New York and were headed south to engage General Cornwallis who had been battling his way north through the Carolinas and into southern French troops made a striking display to the citizens as they marched through Philadelphia on the 2nd of September The troops were reviewed by.
Letter from His Excellency David Holmes, governor of the state of Mississippi, transmitting a copy of the constitution and form of government of the said state.: December 4, Read, and ordered to lie upon the table.
Subjects beginning with A undated 1 1 Abbot, David () June 7, D.S., "Know all men by these presents that we David Abbot, John Leavitt and Martin Smith are held and firmly bound unto the State of Ohio in the sum of $2, to the. Acts of a General Nature and Local Laws and Joint Resolutions, Passed by the Fifty-Third General Assembly, of the State of Ohio: At Its Second Session, Begun and Held in the City of Columbus, January 3,and the Fifty-Seventh Year of Said State.
vol. 56 Columbus, OH: Richard Nevins, To His Excellency Mr. Huntington, President of Congress. Passy, March 4, Sir: Agreeably to the order of Congress, I have employed one of the best artists here in cutting the dies for the medal intended for M.
de price of such work is beyond my expectation, being a thousand livres for each die. On Februa US patent “in looms” was issued to “F.C. Lovell and P.T. Jackson” of Boston (Commissioner of Patentsp. ).The Directory of American Tool and Machinery Patents () identifies this patent as patent number X2, and identifies its issuance date as Februrather than February Ina fire Cited by: 1.
THE PAPERS OF THOMAS JEFFERSON. Edited by Thomas Jefferson Randolph. TO SAMUEL OSGOOD, January 5, LETTER XXXIX. TO JOHN JAY, January 9, Septem LETTER XXV. TO HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON, Septem 2 B R 0 2 B (as published in Worlds of If Science Fiction, ), by Kurt Vonnegut (Gutenberg text and page images); The A B C Manual of Materia Medica and Therapeutics (second edition; Philadelphia: Boericke and Tafel, ), by George H.
Clark (page images at HathiTrust); A. of Electrical Experiments: A Practical Elementary Book Especially Adapted to Beginners and. David Lyon, son of Jacob Lyon by Mehetabel his wife was born Janu /6. Abigail Morss, daughter of Joseph Morss by Keziah his wife was born Novem Huldah Wright, daughter of Joseph Wright Jur.
by Abigail his wife was born Ma Joseph Comings, son of Josiah Comings by Mehetabel his wife was born Ap Huntington, Ebenezer, Papers of Ebenezer Huntington, (bulk ).
Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens: referencedIn: Henry Laurens papers, New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division: referencedIn: Carroll, Charles, The silversmith couple relocated to Philadelphia in and there, inElias Boudinot was born.
An advertisement from the Septem Pennsylvania Gazette, announced that "Elias Buddinot, silversmith, is removed from the house next door to the Post-office, in Market-street."The family would move to Princeton, New Jersey in operating both a silversmith.
Full text of "Documentary history of the Constitution of the United States of America, Derived from the records, manuscripts and rolls deposited in the Bureau of Rolls and Library of the Department of State" See other formats. The following lines were composed on the melancholy state of the family of Mr.
Benjamin Sandborn, of Sandbornton, who departed this life Octoin the 49th year of his age. [Dover, N.H., Printed by Samuel Bragg, jun.]. . Checked himself into the state asylum when the Huntington's disease got bad. Buried in their cemetery was in the hospital by Mamaw says he went to the hospital incontinued to visit his family until State Death Records: Fred D.
Senn died Travis Co. Frederick Senn died McLennan Co. Milam Co, TX, Probate. Parkes, Samuel, Parkes, Robert, Alleghany Census, Robert PArk, 2 m > 16, 2m2 f Here is the John of York; his son John the Tea Merchant's story (brother Robert is not detailed): Sarah Gibson's Book.
"By virtue of his Majesty's commission we have heard the difference about the bounds of the patents granted to his royal highness the Duke of York and his Majesty's colony of Connecticut; and having deliberately considered all the reasons alleged by Mr.
Allyn Senior, Mr. Gold, Mr. Richards and Capt. Winthrop appointed by the assembly held at. Church to Samuel Adams, 23 AugFrench, Gage, pp.
Quote from Morgan to Washington, 12 DecForce, American Archives, 4th ser. 4: ; Church to Samuel Adams, 23 AugFrench, Gage, pp. Most of the papers of the Board of War from the period of the American Revolution were destroyed in a fire on 8 November Nothing more is know of this individual or his descendents.
Nashville, Tenn. April 1 – Deed Book C, Page Page State of NC-#to Robert Dickens and William Waite, for 30 shillings per A, A on Flat R adj William Hawkins near Orange County line, said Dickens & Waite. Survey 1 Aprregistered 2 Dec Full text of "The New England historical and genealogical register" See other formats.
John Adams, The Works of John Adams, vol. 7 (Letters and State Papers ) . He furnished one son (John) for the first company, and subsequently two others, Samuel and Matthew, for other companies.
His son, Hon. John Sherman, was one of the first company, and his fame is more particularly the property of the town than the two last. He was distinguished not only in his town, but also in the Colony.
FRYE.Hants m. ANNE _____ (d. 22 Oct. Andover, MA) d. 9 Nov. Andover, MA. John came to America in the Brevis in May from Southampton and arrived in Boston in Aug.
He settled in Newbury, but moved to Andover before when he was made a freeholder. John Frie of Andover was authorized to sell wine to the Indians 4 Nov. Andrew Adams () Signer of Articles of Confederation in and chief justice of Supreme Court of Connecticut.
in January, in Stratford, Conn. Graduated from Yale in and practiced at Stamford and Litchfield. Member of state legislature in ; delegate to Congress in and again in A unique collection of original letters, documents and imprints relating to the life and times of Alexander Hamilton—the orphan immigrant founding.
Petition of the Connecticut Soldiers in the Revolutionary Army, to His Excellency, Jonathan Trumbull, Governor of Connecticut. Communicated by Mr. L.B., of New York. The following document is from Captain Nathaniel Webb’s Orderly Book. Camp Reading, December 27th, Petition to his Excellency Gov.
Trumbull. May it please your Excellency. Samuel Huntington and William Samuel Johnson Document Signed. Revolutionary War–dated manuscript DS, signed “Sam. Huntington” and “Wm. Sam’l Johnson,” one page, 6. Full text of "Chapter sketches, Connecticut Daughters of the American revolution; patriots' daughters" See other formats.And his Excellency having required the advice of the board thereupon, the council humbly advised his Excellency to acquaint governor Wentworth, in answer to his said letter, that this province is bounded eastward by Connecticut River; the letters-patent from King Charles II.
to the Duke of York, expressly granting, 'all the lands from the.On the scabbard was the following inscription: "Presented by his excellency, Daniel D. TOMPKINS, Governor of the State of New York, pursuant to a resolution of the Senate and Assembly of the said State, to Major-General Samuel STRONG of the Vermont Volunteers as a memorial of the sense entertained by the State of his services and those of his.