By His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Esquire. Governor ... of Connecticut, a proclamation. ... Friday the twenty-second day of March next, to be set apart and observed as a day of solemn fasting, humiliation and prayer. ... Given under my hand at Lebanon ... this twenty-fifth day of February ... one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine ..

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 35343
ContributionsTrumbull, Jonathan, 1740-1809
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By His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Esq; A proclamation. Whereas the General Assembly of this state, at their sessions at Hartford in May last, did enact, that there be forthwith raised within this state, by voluntary inlistment, eighteen hundred and thirty-six able-bodied effective men to be held in readiness to join and act in conjunction with the Continental Army.

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By His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Esquire, governor of Connecticut. A proclamation.: Friday the eleventh day of April next, to be set apart and observed, throughout this state, as a day of solemn humiliation, fasting and prayer.

MLA citation style: Connecticut Governor. Jonathan Trumbull. By the Honorable Jonathan Trumbull, Esq; Governor and Commander in chief of the English Colony of Connecticut in New-England. a proclamation appeal for enlistment Given under my hand, at the Council Chamber, in Hartford, the 18th By His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull of June.

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Full text of "Life of Jonathan Trumbull, sen., governor of Connecticut" See other formats. The principles of civil union and happiness considered and recommended. A sermon, preached before His Excellency Samuel Huntington, Esq. L.L.D. governer and commander in chief, and the Honorable the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut.

Convened at Hartford, on the day of the anniversary election, May 10th, Petition of the Connecticut Soldiers in the Revolutionary Army, to His Excellency, Jonathan Trumbull, Governor of Connecticut. Communicated by Mr. L.B., of New York. The following document is from Captain Nathaniel Webb’s Orderly Book.

Camp Reading, December 27th, Petition to his Excellency Gov. Trumbull. May it please your Excellency. Thomas Jefferson Esq. President of the U States. “In October,while on a tour of two eastern states, Washington spent two days in Hartford. Mayor Thomas Seymour, who probably looked on the town hall as his regular place of business, for he was mayor for twenty-eight years, issued a proclamation welcoming His Excellency to Hartford and pledging loyalty and support.

Deliver'd July 24th. A day of thanks-giving to Almighty God, throughout the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, on occasion of the repeal of the Stamp-Act; appointed by His Excellency, the governor of said province, at the desire of it's House of Representatives, with the advice of His Majesty's Council.

Sep 29,  · My Brother Sam is Dead Short Summary & Topics. My Brother Sam is Dead is told in the first person by Tim Meeker. It recounts the Esquire. Governor. of Connecticut endured by Tim and his family during the Revolutionary War. When Tim’s older brother Sam joins the rebel forces, it impacts the rest of his family who wish to remain neutral and/or avoid war with England.

Folder Proclamation, May 3 By His Excellency Caesar Rodney, Esquire; President Captain-General and Commander in Chief of the Delaware State.

James Booth, Secretary, and James Adams, printer Folder Certificate, "Philadelphia Dispensary." Mr. Joshua Gilken, paid subscription and entitled to services for one year. The enemy, persisting in that barbarous line of conduct, they have pursued during the course of this war, have lately most inhumanly executed Captain Joshua Huddy, of the Jersey State troops, taken prisoner by them at a post on Tom’s River; and in consequence I have written to the British Commander-in-chief, that, unless the perpetrators of that horrid deed were delivered up, I should be.

TO GOVERNOR JONATHAN TRUMBULL, AUGUST 30, ; LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT, JULY 9, And likes his book full well, Henceforth will count him his friend, (in stopping the address of his Council, and publishing a proclamation more becoming a Turkish bashaw, than an English governor, declaring it treason to associate in any manner.

To His Excellency the governor of the state of New-York.: A report of the inspector-general of staves and heading, for the city and county of New-York, from November the twenty-first,to January the first,is submitted by His Excellency's most obedient servant, John.

Connecticut Governor Jonathan Trumbull wrote to Gen. George Washington on Dec. 12,"Major Wells, of one of the battalions of this State, among the prisoners in New-York, is now suffered, on his parole, to come from thence into this State to solicit relief for the prisoners there.".

Background. On April 19,the militia of Massachusetts – later joined by the militias of other New England colonies – began a siege at Boston to prevent thousands of newly-arrived British troops from moving inland. On June 14,the Second Continental Congress created a Continental Army, to be formed out of the individual militias of the Thirteen Colonies.

Scope and Content. Collection consists of correspondence (personal and business), federal and state government papers, legal documents, financial papers, business papers (including his papers relating to the China trade, ), speeches and essays, awards and appointments, notes on Wolcott family history, estate papers, and related print material.

To His Excellency Edwd. Cornwallis Esq. governour &c of His Majesty's province of Nova Scotia in American &c. [cartographic material] / this map of the province of Nova Scotia and parts adjacent is humbly presented by Yor.

Excellency's most obedient and humble servant James Turner. Born in Dorchester, South Carolina, aboutMr. Andrew led the life of a planter. He came of that sturdy Puritan congregation which, abandoning England inafter a residence of some sixty-five years in Massachusetts, removed to South Carolina and formed a settlement on the northeast bank of the Ashley River about eighteen miles above Charles Town.

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. Portrait of Edward Henry Hall. Facsimile of The Capitall Lawes of New-England, London, Title-page of Some Observations upon the French Tongue, Boston, Title-page of Hugh Peters’s Milk for Babes, And Meat for Men, Title-page of Sir George Downing’s A True Relation Of the Progress of the Parliaments Forces in Scotland, London, The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Pictorial Field-Book of The Revolution, Vol.

1 (of 2), by Benson J. Lossing This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. William was a leading citizen of Philadelphia and a figure of some importance in the Revolutionary War.

His great-grandson Robert Heysham Sayre, through his daughter Ann, was one of the richest men in the country, being both chief engineer of the Lehigh Valley railroad and a founder and managing director of the Bethlehem Steel company.

CHAPTER I. AN ACCOUNT OF HIS FAMILY. Ethan Allen is the Robin Hood of Vermont. As Robin Hood's life was an Anglo-Saxon protest against Norman despotism, so Allen's life was a protest against domestic robbery and foreign tyranny.

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Shepard, in his " Report on the Geological Survey of Connecticut," from which the foregoing account is mostly extracted, also gives the history of this mine, as follows, with slight alterations-' The first digging at this place was made about the middle of the last century, by Hurlbut and Hawley, but the history of their operations is nearly lost.

NAVY HALL March 31st SiR In conformity to His Excellency Lt Governor Simcoe's directions, I transmit to you for the Commander in Chiefs inspection, copies of two letters from Lt. Col. England to me dated Detroit March 17,one relative to Mr. Charles Gautiere,(Indian Interpreter) at Michilimackinac with four enclosures enveloped, and.

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Page 3. May 1, LINK TO ANNALS. Dear Sir Philadelphia 1st May As General Washington has directed that the Bills of Exchange ordered by Congress to be purchased & sent to New York for the support of our suffering prisoners there should be transmitted to you for that purpose; I take the liberty of mentioning to you the name of my Brother-in-Law John Gibbon for whose Exchange you may.

My Dear Sir, York Town June Ist Before you receive this, I suppose you will have rec'd the Order of Congress for going on with your ship, which is to be changed to a two decker and to carry 56 guns-viz 28 of 24 Ibs & 28 of 18 lbs.(1) Mr Wentworth was innoculated at Fishkill, rode to Reading where he remained a week, is now here and attended Congress the day before yesterday.

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Allen to the two branches of the Legislature of Puerto Rico. Full text of "A compendious history of New England, from the discovery by Europeans to the first general congress of the Anglo-American colonies;" See other formats. On the important duty of subjection to the civil powers. A sermon preached before His Excellency William Tryon, Esquire, governor, and commander in chief of the province of North-Carolina, and the troops raised to quell the late insurrection, at Hillsborough, in Orange County, on Sunday September 25, / By Geo.

Micklejohn, S.T.D. Jul 08,  · Tracing each branch back to their arrival in America. chief justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court from toand the 18th Governor of Connecticut from until his death. To His Excellency George Washington Esquire Generalissimo of the Army of the Twalve United Colonies of America May it please your excellency.

"His Excellency Governor Legge, having undertaken to treat with and secure the attachment and assistance of the Mickmack and St. John's River Indians for the defence of the province when called upon, you will, if he should request it, order a small Page Full text of "Charters granted by the state of Vermont: being transcripts of early charters of townships and smaller tracts of land granted by the state of Vermont ; with an appendix containing the Vermont charter of Woodbridge, the New Hampshire charter of St.

George, and Lieut. Andrew F. Phillips grant and mortgage thereof ; also historical and bibliographical notes relative to Vermont. Full text of "Edward Jessup of West Farms, Westchester Co.,New York, and his descendants: with an introduction and an appendix, the latter containing records of other American families of the name with some additional memoranda".

For the first few months after his arrival at Chebucto, Colonel Cornwallis, the governor, kept to his quarters on the ship in which he had sailed from England, but at early part of October,the frame having come from Boston, his house was made habitable and the governor set up his simple establishment on shore.By then Romans was purportedly a captive of the British, which could have accounted for the absence of the map and the prolonged delay in publication Confirming the fact of his residence in the Connecticut town is the record of his marriage to Elizabeth Whiting on .To His Excellency the Right Honourable Guy Lord Dorchester Governor General of the Province of Quebec &c.

&c. Report of the Committee of the whole Council (the Members assembled being Mr Chief Justice Smith, Messrs Finlay, Harrison, Collins, 3 Caldwell, DeLery, Grant, Baby, Davison, DeLanaudiere and Col Dupré) relative to the administration of Justice in the District of Hesse.

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