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A journal of the votes of the General Assembly of Her Majesties colony of New-York, in America.

New York (State). General Assembly.

A journal of the votes of the General Assembly of Her Majesties colony of New-York, in America.

by New York (State). General Assembly.

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Published by Printed by William Bradford in [New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 1524.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination22 p.
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17689183M

  Laws and Acts made from the First Settlement of Her Majesties Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations by the General Assembly of the said Colony, etc. Providence, December, At the General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the English Colony of Rhode Island, and of Providence Plantations, in New England, etc. Newport. Journal and Votes of the House of Assembly for the Province of Nova Scotia (pre-Confederation volumes), by Nova Scotia House of Assembly (partial serial archives) Journal and votes of the House of Representatives of the province of Nova Cesarea or New Jersey: in their first sessions of assembly, began at Perth Amboy, the 10th day of November.

Preface. Liberty, Order, and Justice represents a new and unique approach to the study of American government. It is based on the premise that in order to understand the dynamics of the American political system, the inquiring reader must first become familiar with the constitutional framework that shapes and controls the political process. The ratio of males to females in Chesapeake Bay was much more imbalanced than in New England, making it more difficult for males in Chesapeake Bay to find wives and start families, the Chesapeake bay region had a much higher death rate among its colonists than did the New England region.

Possibly some of the bills owned by Wallace and Willson had also been included in the parcel of altered and counterfeited New York bills amounting to the sum of sixty-three pounds, seven shillings and sixpence which Abraham De Peyster, Treasurer of the Colony of New York, brought into Quarter Sessions on May 3, 7 As for false Jersey bills. Money of account does not exist per se as a tangible item of value, but is rather a "notational device" where disparate coinage systems can be reconciled into a single monetary standard. 5 For example, in October , the Spanish eight reales or piece-of-eight was valued at six New York shillings. 6 The eight reales was an actual "real" coin.


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