4 edition of State of Rhode-Island, &c. In General Assembly. June session, A.D. 1795. found in the catalog.
State of Rhode-Island, &c. In General Assembly. June session, A.D. 1795.
1795 by Printed by Nathaniel Phillips, printer to the state. in Warren (Rhode-Island) .
Written in English
|Other titles||Act for taking a general estimate of the rateable property.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 47578.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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Member of both houses of the United States Legislature. An act of the General Assembly, passed at the May session in"To provide the city of New London with pure and wholesome water," was promptly carried into effect by a city appropriation of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in bonds and the appointment of an efficient Board of Commissioners, composed of William H.
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1795. book one Warden. The revised Constitution was submitted for ratification at the New York state election,in three parts: the new legislative apportionment; the proposed canal improvements; and 31 miscellaneous amendments to the Constitution; which were all adopted by the voters. The second burial-ground was purchased by tax on the ratable estate of the citizens, and opened in The West India trade assumed quite an important place in New London.
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State of Rhode-Island Star of Nigeria Chapter No. Beginning inthe terms of the governor two-year termlieutenant governor two-year termstate senators four-year term and assemblymen one-year term coincided with the calendar year. It was aptly termed the great Golden Wedding of the town, kept in remembrance of the hallowed union of the Puritan emigrant and his wilderness bride two hundred years before.Mar 23, · A member of the Maryland assembly from A.D.he became active in the resistance to British tax in the 's A.D.
June 18 Receives report opposing state inspection of the mails. Rhode Island have in fact rejected the constitution; so that only eight states can have adopted the system before the Session of Virginia.
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The story of the Milledgeville era as Georgia’s state capital began after only seven years in the Louisville capital. On May 11,a joint session of the General Assembly appointed a commission to select a site at the head of navigation of the Oconee River which would be suitable for a A.D.
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