Hand-list of Legislative Sessions and Session Laws: Statutory Revisions, Compilations, Codes, Etc., and Constitutional Conventions of the United States and Its Possessions and of the Several States to May, 1912

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Trustees, State Library of Massachusetts, 1912 - Constitutional conventions - 634 pages
 

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Page 270 - Colonies in America, and to prevent the Erection of any Mill or other Engine for slitting or rolling of Iron, or any plating Forge to work with a Tilt Hammer, or any Furnace for making Steel in any of the said Colonies...
Page 534 - States, and the Constitutions of the several states comprising the Union. pp. 409. 12 boards, uncut. Washington, 1820 856 CONSTITUTIONS (The) of the several Independent States of America; the Declaration of Independence; the Articles of Confederation between the said States; the Treaties between His Most Christian Majesty and the United States of America.
Page 270 - An Act for the preserving all such Ships and Goods thereof which shall happen to be forced on shore or stranded upon the Coasts of this Kingdom or any other of her Majesty's Dominions...
Page 264 - A Corporation for the Promoting and Propagating the Gospel of Jesus Christ in New England...
Page 267 - Acts | and | Laws, | Passed by the General Court | or | Assembly | Of His Majesties | Province | of | New Hampshire | in | New England.
Page 156 - The Book of the General Laws Of the Inhabitants of the Jurisdiction of New-Plimouth...
Page 562 - The lawes of Virginia now in force: Collected out of the assembly records, and digested into one volume. Revised and confirmed by the grand assembly held at James City.
Page 552 - To SIR THOMAS GATES, SIR GEORGE SOMERS AND OTHERS, FOR Two SEVERAL COLONIES AND PLANTATIONS, TO BE MADE IN VIRGINIA, AND OTHER PARTS AND TERRITORIES OF AMERICA.
Page 528 - A System of Penal Law, for the State of Louisiana: Consisting of A Code of Crimes and Punishments, A Code of Procedure, A Code of Evidence, A Code of Reform and Prison Discipline, A Book of Definitions.
Page 540 - Copeland, Printer. 1823." pp. 241-255. The State of Vermont was originally claimed by Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New York, and at the commencement of the revolutionary struggle she not only sought independence from British rule, but from the State of New York, which claimed sovereignty over the territory to the west bank of the Connecticut River, and from New Hampshire, which contested the claims of both New York and Vermont. In March...

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