The History of the Colony of Nova Caesaria, Or New Jersey: Containing, an Account of Its First Settlement, Progressive Improvements, the Original and Present Constitution, and Other Events to the Year 1721 : with Some Particulars Since, and a Short View of Its Present State

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Wm. S. Sharp, stereotyper and publisher, 1877 - New Jersey - 602 pages
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The book was reset in 1877. The typesetters were unfamiliar with 'Gaol' being a place of imprisonment. Many County Goals are mentioned,
Have editions placed under recent copyright corrected these
deficits?
Samuel Smith's brother, William Lovett Smith, married a g. granddaughter of Samuel Jennings. [Thos. Stevenson of London, John Stevenson]
The Remonstrance of Lord Cornbury is addressed. Surrender of Jersey Government to Queen Anne. Paper money. Zeitgeist of early Colonial New Jersey. Earthquakes, comets, Syrian visitor. Justice of Peace committee-work.
 

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