An Analytical Index to the Colonial Documents of New Jersey, in the State Paper Offices of England

Pub. for the Society, D. Appleton, 1858 - 504 pages
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Page 453 - Act for the impartial administration of justice in the cases of persons questioned for any acts done by them in the execution of the law, or for the suppression of
Page 422 - that the present Administration have no design to propose to Parliament to lay any further • taxes upon America, and that they intend to propose in the next session to take off the duties upon glass, paper and colors—
Page 504 - The History of the United States of North America from the Plantation of the British Colonies, till their revolt and declaration of independence. By James Grahame,
Page 493 - A DESCRIPTION OF THE PROVINCE OF NEW ALBION, and a Direction for Adventurers with small stock to get two for one, and good laud freely : And for Gentlemen, and all Servants, Labourers and Artificers, to live plentifully. And a former Description reprinted of the healthiest, pleasantest, and richest Plantation of New Albion, in North Virginia, proved by thirteen witnesses. TOGETHER WITH a Letter from Master
Page 402 - 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
Page 496 - far as the Persons meant by Rioters, pretend Title against the Parties to the above Answer : but a great deal of the Controversy, though much less of the History and Constitution of New Jersey, than the said Bill. Audi Alteram Partem. Published by subscription. New York. Printed
Page 494 - Speech to his neighbours and countrymen of Pennsylvania, East and West Jersey ; and to all such as have transported themselves into new Colonies for the sake of a quiet retired life. To which is added the complaints of our supra-interior inhabitants.

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