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To His Excellency William Franklin, Esquire.

To His Excellency William Franklin, Esquire.

Captain-general, governor and commander in chief in and over his majesty"s colony of Nova-Cæsarea or New-Jersey ... The humble address of the representatives of the said colony in General Assembly convened. ...

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Published by Printed by Isaac Collins in [Burlington, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New Jersey -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.,
  • Great Britain -- Colonies -- America.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 14287.
    ContributionsNew Jersey. Governor (1763-1776 : Franklin).
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([2] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15474480M

    By His Excellency William Franklin, Esquire A Proclamation. Whereas the due regulation and management of the prerogative court of this province will greatly tend to the peace and security of the inhabitants of this colony Given under my hand and seal at arms, at Burlington, the eleventh day of Februay one thousand seven hundred and. Search results 1 - 29 of

    Who was the author of "To His Excellency, General Washington"? Bradford Franklin Wheatley Williams 2 See answers Answer /5 6. kbsovnn31 +12 mitgliedd1 and 12 others learned from this answer Bradford Franklin Wheatley Williams? 7 votes 7 votes Rate! Rate! The speech of His Excellency Lewis Morris, Esq; captain general and governour in chief in and over His Majesty's province of Nova Caesarea, or New-Jersey and the territories theron depending in America, and vice admiral in the same, &c. Gentlemen of the Council and Assembly; It is with great pleasure I meet this first General Assembly of the province of New-Jersey, by His Majesty now made.

    8. The papers were a draft of William Clarke’s Observations on the late and present Conduct of the French (see above, p. n) and, possibly, the “Memorials and other Papers” Shirley had lent Clarke. Clarke’s aim was to demonstrate the great value of the North American colonies and point out the consequences of French encroachments on them. Bill for schooling for William and James Franklin, and books. LXVI, 65a. Burlington, New Jersey. To be paid to his excellency William Franklin, governor of New Jersey, addressed to William Symondson, "treasurer to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts." Boston. Made out to Jonathan Williams, esquire. LXVII, 12 (OS).


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To His Excellency William Franklin, Esquire: Captain-general, governor and commander in chief in and over his majesty's colony of Nova-Cæsarea or New-Jersey The humble address of the representatives of the said colony in General Assembly convened.

[New Jersey. Legislature. General Assembly.; New Jersey. Governor ( Franklin)]. By His Excellency William Franklin, Esquire A proclamation: Whereas it appears to me on oath, that the house of Stephen Skinner, Esq ; treasurer of the eastern division of this province, at Perth-Amboy, was, in the night of the 21st instant, robbed of money.

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Legislature. General Assembly.]. To His Excellency Benjamin Franklin, Esquire June 6th, From the original letter at the American Philosophical Society. Dear Sir. Borden Town June 6th   Oddly, William Franklin was a staunch Loyalist whereas his father was one of our most beloved Patriots.

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William Franklin FRSE (22 February – 17 November ) was an American-born attorney, soldier, politician, and colonial was the acknowledged illegitimate son of Benjamin m Franklin was the last colonial Governor of New Jersey (–), and a steadfast Loyalist throughout the American Revolutionary War.

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