A Gazetteer of the State of New Jersey: Comprehending a General View of Its Physical and Moral Condition, Together with a Topographical and Statistical Account of Its Counties, Towns, Villages, Canals, Rail Roads, &c., Accompanied by a Map

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Daniel Fenton, 1834 - New Jersey - 266 pages

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Page 72 - Provisions for the pensioning of the justices of the Supreme Court and the judges of the Superior Court shall be made by law.
Page 46 - States, as may be by law required of him; to make report, and give information to either branch of the legislature, in person or in writing (as he may be required) , respecting all matters referred to him by the Senate or House of Representatives, or which shall appertain to his office; and generally to perform all such services relative to the finances, as he shall be directed to perform.
Page 62 - That the Vice President of the United States; the officers judicial and executive of the government of the United States...
Page 65 - That it shall be the duty of the brigade inspector, to attend the regimental and battalion meetings of the militia, composing their several brigades, during the time of their being under arms, to inspect their arms, ammunition and accoutrements, superintend their exercise and manoeuvres and introduce the system of military discipline...
Page 46 - ... in the sum of fifty thousand dollars, conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties and for the...
Page 62 - State, the officers judicial and executive of the government of the United States ; the members of both houses of Congress, and their respective officers; all...
Page 19 - That it shall not be lawful, at any time during the said railroad charter, to construct any other railroad or railroads in this State, without the consent of the said companies, which shall be intended or used for the transportation of passengers or merchandise between the cities of New York and Philadelphia, or to compete in business with the railroad authorized by the act to which this supplement is relative, etc.
Page 129 - It is not noon: the sunbow's rays still arch The torrent with the many hues of heaven, And roll the sheeted silver's waving column O'er the crag's headlong perpendicular, And fling its lines of foaming light along, And to and fro, — like the pale courser's tail, loo The giant steed, to be bestrode by Death, As told in the Apocalypse.
Page 247 - It is principally used in masonry, for whitewashing, cornice work, and wall of a fine hard finish, and is considered superior to the best Rhode Island lime. Some varieties, particularly the granular, furnish a beautiful marble ; it is often white, with a slight tinge of yellow, resembling the Parian marble from the island of Paros; at other times clouded, black, sometimes veined, black, and at other times arborescent.
Page 131 - The whole length of the two dikes above described, which ore now partly commenced, will be 1700 yards: they will contain, when finished, 900,000 cubic yards of stone, composed of pieces of basaltic rock and granite, weighing from a quarter of a ton to three tons and upwards. The depth of water, at low tide, is from four to six fathoms throughout the harbor, which will be formed by these works and the cove of the southern shore, and which is calculated to afford a perfect shelter over a space or water...

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