3 edition of Regulation of sundry articles, at the town-meeting at Portsmouth, October 1st, 1779. found in the catalog.
Regulation of sundry articles, at the town-meeting at Portsmouth, October 1st, 1779.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 43681.|
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A Stated Meeting of the Society was held, at the invitation of the President, at his house in Longfellow Park, Cambridge, on Thursday, 24 April, , at eight o’clock in the evening, Fred Norris Robinson, Ph. D., in the chair.. The Records of the last Stated Meeting were read and approved. The Corresponding Secretary reported that letters accepting Resident Membership . About he moved to Portsmouth, of which he was representative some years, and from thence went to Saco. At the close of the Indian war of , he returned to Portsmouth, where lie died in , leaving a will which was made Aug. 9, , and probated Aug. 5,
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Get this from a library. Regulation of sundry articles, at the town-meeting at Portsmouth, October 1st, [Portsmouth (N.H.)]. Regulation of sundry articles, at the town-meeting at Portsmouth, October 1st, Published: () A discourse at the town-meeting at Portsmouth before the members of the Portsmouth Female Charity School, Octo by: Buckminster, Joseph, Regulation of sundry articles, at the town-meeting at Portsmouth, October 1st, Published: () State of New-Hampshire.
In the House of Representatives, July 3, The first contains a record of town- meetings and doings of the selectmen from (or earlier) to March, ; the second, from 16 March,to 13 April, ; the third, from 2'.) June,to 27 April, ; the fourth, Introduction in from 4 May,to 26 March,and the fifth, from 16 April,to March, "At a General Meeting of the Committees for the several townships on the west side of the range of green mountains, granted under the great seal of the Province of New-Hampshire, held at the house of Mr.
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Ramsay’s voice was, in fact, heard all over America and over much of Europe as well Betweenwhen he was thirty-six, and his death inhe published three histories—two on South Carolina and The History of the American Revolution —that remain significant after at the town-meeting at Portsmouth hundred years.
He also wrote numerous other works, ranging from an analysis of yellow fever and well. Sir Philadelphia June 1st We have the Pleasure to acknowledge your Excellency's Favor, by this Post (1)-& in Answer have observed that the Reason of the last Recommendation was that Congress had appointed a Committee, in Conjunction with the General, to new model & reduce the Number of regimental commissioned Officers-that Regulation took Place in May after.
On the 30th and 31st of that month, and 1st of the ensuing, those articles were debated which determined the proportion, 27 or quota, of money which each state should furnish to the common treasury, and the manner of voting in Congress. The first of these articles was expressed in the original draught in these words.
"Art. The prophet Jonah, whose name the book bears, was call’d of God to go to Nineveh, the capital of the Assyrian monarchy, and cry against it: He criminally attempted to fly from the presence of the Lord, by going to Joppa, and from thence to Tarshish; but that God whom the winds and sea obey, raised such a storm as made the heathen mariners.
A majority of the Sages and Heroes of that eventful period were truly pious and put their trust in Him who directs the destinies of nations. Their trust was well founded. In Dr. Bartlett was again a member of Congress and took a decided stand in favor of severing the maternal cords of allegiance to the mother country and declare the child.
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