Annual Report, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1908 - History
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Page 200 - Blount, governor in and over the territory of the United States of America south of the river Ohio...
Page 54 - The railway rates are undoubtedly in many instances prohibitory to the development of the brick and slate trade, amongst many others ; and it is to be hoped that steps will be taken to remove such a detrimental obstacle to the progress of a revival of Irish trade — a change which could not but be beneficial to the railway companies equally with the manufacturers. A perusal of the evidence on this subject, given before the Parliamentary Committee on Irish Industries during the Session...
Page 201 - He shall keep a fair register of all the official acts and proceedings of the Governor, and shall, when required, lay the same, and all papers, minutes, and vouchers relative thereto, before the General Assembly; and shall perform such other duties as shall be enjoined by law.
Page 368 - Facsimile of the laws and acts of the General Assembly for their Majesties Province of NewYork, etc., etc.
Page 142 - THE Condition of this Obligation is such, That if there shall not hereafter appear any lawful Let or Impediment, by Reason of any Precontract, Consanguinity, Affinity, or any other just Cause whatsoever, but that the...
Page 244 - Massachusetts Bay, and Georgia. To which is prefixed a faithful narrative of the proceedings of the North American colonies, in consequence of the late stamp act. ....... London. Quarto, pp. 70. Closely printed in two columns. " Collected from the ' Daily Gazetteer,
Page 191 - Number 10 as the same appears on file and of record in this office. In Testimony Whereof, I hereunto set my hand and affix the seal of my office.
Page 76 - Salem* — Incorporated May, 1819, from Colchester, Lyme, and Montville. In NEW LONDON and EAST HADDAM, partly in each, the part taken from Lyme being in NEW LONDON until July 9, 1841; the part taken from Montville being in NEW LONDON from June 3, 1824, until July 9, 1841 (previous to June 3, 1824, it had apparently been overlooked and not assigned to any probate district); the part taken from Colchester being in EAST HADDAM until May 29, 1832, then in COLCHESTER until July 9, 1841. In SALEM since...
Page 559 - Lancaster," and to repeal an Act passed in the Twenty-fifth year of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Second, intituled, " An Act for the more easy and speedy Recovery of Small Debts...
Page 76 - ... July 9, 1841 (previous to June 3, 1824, it had apparently been overlooked and not assigned to any probate district); the part taken from Colchester being in EAST HADDAM until May 29, 1832, then in COLCHESTER until July 9, 1841. In SALEM since July 9, 1841. Salisbury* — Incorporated October, 1741. In NEW HAVEN until October session, 1742; then in LITCHFIELD until October session, 1755; then in SHARON until June 16, 1847; since then in SALISBURY. Saybrook* — Settled 1635, and was a separate...

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