Index of Colonial and State Laws Between the Years 1663 and 1877 Inclusive (Google eBook)

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J.L. Murphy, printer, 1877 - Law - 1136 pages
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Page 50 - An Act That the Solemn Affirmation and Declaration of the People Called Quakers Shall be Accepted Instead of an Oath in the Usual Form, and that the same be transmitted to us and to our commissioners for trade and plantations, as before directed.
Page 74 - Creek) to erect and maintain a Bank, Dam and other Water Works, across the said Creek, in order to prevent the Tide from overflowing the same, and to keep the former Water Course of the said Creek open and clear.
Page 51 - An Act for running and ascertaining the Line of Partition or Division between the Eastern and Western Divisions of the Province of New Jersey...
Page 64 - Act for submitting the property of lands which are held or claimed by any of His Majesty's subjects as lying within this colony, and are affected by the controversy about the boundary or partition line between this colony and the colony of New York to such a method of decision as his most gracious Majesty shall think proper, by his royal commission, or otherwise, to appoint 12 1763.
Page 197 - The Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Society of Free and Accepted Masons for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Page 196 - The Corporation for the Relief of Widows and Children of Clergymen of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New York...
Page 52 - An Act for the Amendment of the Law relating to Highways and Bridges, for explaining certain Clauses in several former Acts concerning the Power of the Justices and freeholders therein mentioned, and for directing the Method for raising of money to pay for the Bridge last built over South River.
Page 632 - An act for the settlement of the territorial limits and jurisdiction between the States of New Jersey and New York,' passed February 6th, 1833, of the other part.
Page 50 - Act to repeal part of an act of the general assembly of this province entitled an act for preventing the waste of timber, pine and cedar trees...
Page 49 - New York, and all the territories and tracts of land depending thereon, in America...

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