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Providence, July 27, 1796.

Providence, July 27, 1796.

Gentlemen, At a meeting of the committees appointed by eight towns in the counties of Providence and Bristol, at the town-house in Providence, to consult on the present situation of their respective towns, and of the state at large, it was voted to adjourn the meeting to the fifteenth day of August next ... The object of this meeting is ... the unequal operation of the new estimate, the imperfections of our judiciary system, and the want of a constitution of state government ..

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Published by Printed by Bennett Wheeler? in [Providence .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taxation -- Rhode Island.,
  • Rhode Island -- Politics and government -- 1775-1865.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 31060.
    ContributionsMowry, Daniel, 1750-1839.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14595385M

    THE BAY | July Bristolian history – this time “on the historic Captain John DeWolf Farm property,” Susan says. “His home is next door, built by him in Historical note: A resolution of the Providence City Council, approved March 6, , appointed three men, Horatio Rogers, George M. Carpenter, and Edward Field, as record commissioners in charge of "collecting and printing the early records of the town of Providence." The records initially designated for the project originated from the earliest years of Providence's settlement to its.

    (II) Thomas Hopkins, son of William and Joanna (Arnold) Hopkins, was born April 7, , in Cheselbourne. The date of his coming to America is unknown. His name first appears on New England Colonial records in Providence, R. I., where on July 27, , he was one of the thirty-nine signers of the agreement for a form of government. Postage stamp sales, July 1, June 30, (1 volume) List of newspapers and pamphlets, received at P.O. January 2, 1 -July 29, (1 volume) Account of money sent for papers, f anuary 6, 1 -May 3 1, (1 volume).

    ABRAHAM6 HARDING (STEPHEN5, RICHARD4, JOHN3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born in Providence, RI, and died November 23, in Providence, RI. He married DEBORAH GARDNER in Providence, RI. She was born in Swansea, Bristol, MA, and died Abt. in Providence, RI. Sources for Providence County RI Newspapers and Obituaries, Providence Patriot 01/15/ to 12/27/ Genealogy Bank. Providence Patriot, Columbian Phenix. (Providence, State Gazette and Town and Country Advertiser 01/04/ to 07/02/ Genealogy Bank. State. (Providence, R.I.) Multiple Archives Sunday Dispatch.


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Providence, July 27, Gentlemen, At a meeting of the committees appointed by eight towns in the counties of Providence and Bristol, at the town-house in Providence, to consult on the present situation of their respective towns, and of the state at large, it was voted to.

Get this from a library. Providence, July 27, Gentlemen, At a meeting of the committees appointed by eight towns in the counties of Providence and Bristol, at the town-house in Providence, to consult on the present situation of their respective towns, and of the state at large, it was voted to adjourn the meeting to the fifteenth day of August next.

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Book/Printed Material At a General Assembly of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence plantations. In the House of representatives, June 18, A. The underwritten representatives dissent from the bill for establishing an estimate of the value of rateable pro. Besides this endeavor, Rev. Hitchcock was a member of the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.

He himself had purchased a man from slavery, Ceasar Hitchcock, whom he manumitted and remembered in his last will and testament for his faithful service. Rev. Hitchcock died in Providence, R.I. on February 27, Bibliography.

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The evening bulletin. [volume] (Providence, R.I.) Search America's historic newspaper pages from or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present. VITAL RECORD of RHODE ISLAND First series. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES and DEATHS July 13, BABBETT Jacob Babbett Jr.

and Abby E. Briggs, Oct. 7, Providence, July 18, DROWNE Solomon Drowne and Sarah Bosworth, July 7, James Drowne and Mary Proctor, May 7, DRURY.

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Mss Series 2 Personal Accounts Box 1, Folder [Click picture for full size] John Carter was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 21, He apprenticed to Benjamin Franklin. In Providence he printed the Providence Gazette; and Country Journal, which was begun in October,by William Goddard and was later run by Sarah Goddard and Company.

" John Carter came from Benj. Franklin. Jun 19,  · On the evening of July 27,Rhode Island aviator Jack McGee was making flights from Crescent Park in East Providence, Rhode Island. After making a solo flight at p.m., he landed and took off again with his younger brother Robert as a passenger.Full text of "Genealogy of the Fields of Providence, Rhode Island: as traced mainly from records and papers in Rhode Island" See other formats ^u^ i:% ^ ' ^ '^.V h^fM.

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Weekly companion. w., Apr. July 20, Note: Continuation of the Weekly and town and country advertiser. s.w., Jan. 4-July 2, Note: Paged continuously. The last issue located is that of July 2, Publication ceased with that.