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Massachusets-Bay. By the governor. A proclamation for proroguing the General Court.
Massachusetts. Governor (1771-1774 : Hutchinson)
by Printed by Richard Draper, printer to His Excellency the governor, and the Honorable His Majesty"s Council. in Boston
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 42251.|
|Contributions||Hutchinson, Thomas, 1711-1780.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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Get this from a library. Massachusets-Bay. By the governor. A proclamation for proroguing the General Court.: to Wednesday the nineteenth day of February next Given at Boston, the twenty-eighth day of December. [Thomas Hutchinson; Massachusetts.
Governor ( Hutchinson)]. Get this from a library. Massachusets-Bay. By the governor. A proclamation for proroguing the General Court: to Wednesday the nineteenth day of February next Given at Boston, the twenty-eighth day of December, [Thomas Hutchinson; Massachusetts.
Governor ( Hutchinson)]. By His Excellency Thomas Pownall, Esq; A proclamation for proroguing the General Court. unto Friday the twenty-ninth day of December instant Given at Boston, the fifth day of December Resources by Massachusetts.
Governor ( Hutchinson). (16) Boston, Febru On Tuesday last His Excellency the governor was pleased to send a message by the secretary to the Honorable House of Representatives directing their attendance forthwith in the Council chamber.
Governor Johnstone's speech on the question of recommitting the address declaring the colony of Massachusets Bay in rebellion. To which is added the two most masterly letters of Junius, to the people of England in favour of the Americans.
by: Johnstone, George, Solicitor General's reports upon several Acts of the General Assembly of New York, Oct. 5, '96—April 23rd, '97 and March 2nd, 98/99—May 16th,read. Their Lordships took the said Acts into consideration, made some progress in the perusal thereof, and gave directions in order to a report upon them.
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In the Secretaries Office. Grants of Lands under the Great Seal1; Grants of Pardon Reprieve forfeiture &c a under the same; Certificates under the great Seal or the Governors Seal. Proclamation by Governor Johnston, dated 8th March,for proroguing the Assembly for want of a sufficient number of the Council.
Another Do., dated 9th March, Another Do., dated 11th June,for proroguing the Assembly for want of a majority being assembled. Deposition of Francis Foster, dated at Edenton, 14th April, JUDGES MADE INDEPENDENT OF THE CROWN. By an act passed in the yearunder the reign of William III., the commissions of the judges were continued quamdiu bené se gesserint; or the power of displacing them was taken from the crown, and their continuance in office was made solely dependent on the faithful discharge of their duties, so that it might be lawful to remove.
The object of this volume is to lay open to the public the most extensive and extraordinary system of crime which the world ever witnessed. It is a system which has been in full operation for more than three hundred years, and continues yet in unabating activity of evil. The apathy which has hitherto existed in England upon this subject has proceeded in a great measure from want of.
Twelve grants for townships on the east bank of the Penobscot River had been issued by the General Court in The first set of six grants had already been laid out between the Penobscot River and what FB called “Mount Desert River” (today known as Union River and Union River Bay); these were confirmed by the General Court in Feb.
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