3 edition of State of New Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, April 16th, 1783. A proclamation. found in the catalog.
State of New Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, April 16th, 1783. A proclamation.
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Sub-Part 1: New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, September Decem Sub-Part 2: New-Hampshire Provincial Congress, October Novem Sub-Part 3: Correspondence, Proceedings, etc., September Novem Documents and records relating to the State of New-Hampshire: during the period of the American revolution, from to ; including the constitution of New-Hampshire, ; New-Hampshire declaration for independence ; the Association test, with names of signers &c. ; Declaration of American Independence, July 4, ; the Articles of Confederation,
Petition from the Committee of Safety in Stratham, NH, to the New Hampshire Congress at Exeter, NH, following the receipt of a letter from the Committee of Safety in Portsmouth, NH, dated Janu Samuel Lane was chosen as the delegate to deliver the petition, and this petition is his copy. The Stratham Committee of Stratham is concerned about the actions of the New Hampshire colony. The grants include a copy of a letter, dated 23 Oct. , from Joseph Marsh, Chairman of the Assembly of the State of Vermont, to Henry Laurens, President of Congress. Also included is a copy of a circular from the Cornish Convention of to the towns in the New Hampshire Grants, both relating to political matters in the grants.
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Property from the Eric C. Caren Collection(AMERICAN REVOLUTION)State of New Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, April 16th, A Proclamation. [Exeter, New Hampshire: ]Printed broadside (13 x 8 1/8 in.; x mm). Signed in ink ("M. Weare" as President, and "J. Pearson" as Deputy Secretary); browned from old framing, repaired at top margin and at pinholes at intersecting.
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State of New Hampshire. In Committee of safety, April 16th, A proclamation. Whereas the form of government agreed upon by this state, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy six, was, (considering the then situationAuthor: New Hampshire.
Committee of safety. Get this from a library. State of New-Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, Ap Ordered, that the following proclamation be forthwith printed By the United States in Congress assembled.
Proclamation that Thursday the third day of May next, may be observed as a day of humiliation, fasting and prayer Done in Congress the twentieth day of March one thousand seven hundred.
State of New-Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, Exeter, April 14th, Whereas the honorable Continental Congress have recommended that Wednesday the twenty-sixth instant be observed as a day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer throughout the United-States: ordered, that the proclamation of the honorable Congress for observing the same be forthwith printed.
Book/Printed Material State of New-Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, Exeter. April 14th, Whereas the Honorable Continental Congress have recommended that Wednesday the twenty-sixth instant be observed as a day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer throughout the.
Get this from a library. State of New-Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, April 10th, Ordered, that the following proclamation of the honorable Congress, for a general fast, be printed, and sent to the several worshipping assemblies in this state.
[New Hampshire. Committee of Safety.; United States. Continental Congress.]. broadside proclamation by the new hampshire committee of safety, exeter, ap est. $$ sold: $1, ($1,). In Committee of Safety, Ap [electronic resource]: In order to carry the underwritten resolve of the hon'ble Continental Congress into execution, you are requested to desire all males above twenty one years of age (lunaticks, idiots and Negroes excepted) to sign to the declaration on this paper.
New Hampshire. Committee Of Safety, et al. State of New-Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, Exeter, November 1: Ordered, that the following proclamation for a general thanksgiving on the twenty-eighth day of November instant, received from the honorable Continental Congress, be forthwith printed.
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Unlike the Massachusetts Committee, the members of the New Hampshire Committee were paid for their services. This question of pay was first broached in November,when the Provincial Congress voted that the Committee of Safety receive nine shillings a day and expenses, in the recess.
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Request a Proclamation Requests for Proclamations are only accepted by New Hampshire residents. Please provide the following information regarding your request. Letter from the New York Committee of Fifty-One to the Boston Committee of Correspondence; Letter of the President of the Federal Convention, Dated Septemto the President of Congress, Transmitting the Constitution.
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