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Petition of sundry inhabitants of the territory of Louisiana

Petition of sundry inhabitants of the territory of Louisiana

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Published by A. & G. Way, printers in City of Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States.,
  • Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Mississippi River Valley

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 11679
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination10 p
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15074133M

    Bouvier's Law Dictionary Edition. O. OATH.A declaration made according to law, before a competent tribunal or officer, to tell the truth; or it is the act of one who, when lawfully required to tell the truth, takes God to witness that what he says is true. Constitution Adopted by the State Constitutional Convention of the State of Louisiana, March 7, (New Orleans: Printed at the Republican Office, ), by Louisiana (multiple formats at ) Constitution of the State of Louisiana, Adopted in Convention at the City of New Orleans, the Twenty-Third Day of July, A.D. , by Louisiana. A PERPETUA BOOK A. S. Barnes & Company, Inc. which was to last us to the inhabitants,” left the ridge of the Boundary Mountains and made their way by boat down to Chaudière Pond. [65] On the way they found one of Captain Smith’s boats dashed on the rocks and all her lading lost. Because the stream was too swift they abandoned boat, and.


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Get this from a library. Petition of sundry inhabitants of the territory of Louisiana. [United States. Congress.;]. Page 1 of 19 Petition Sundry Inhabitants South of French Broad North Carolina General Assembly Session Records Nov-DecBox 4, Folder 81 Source: North Carolina State Archives E.

Jones St. - Raleigh, N.C. Transcribed from Photocopied Document Received December The following set of documents include the names of many men who. Petition Sundry Inhabitants South of French Broad Posted on October 2, by Roberta Estes Page 1 of 19 Petition Sundry Inhabitants South of French Broad North Carolina General Assembly Session Records Nov-DecBox 4, Folder 81 Source: North Carolina State Archives E.

Jones St. – Raleigh, N.C. Transcribed from Photocopied. This catalog lists the books, pamphlets, and other documents published by the U. government between September and March The list is organized by date of publication and includes the title, date, short description, page counts, and relevant Congress sessions and persons related to Cited by: 8.

- June 26 - Benjamin Harrison, Sr. signed a petition - Inhabitants of Ste. Genevieve District to General James Wilkinson, Governor of the Territory of Louisiana - recommending that Moses Austin, at present Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions for the District, be continued in that place.

They also asked the. 1. Petition of the inhabitants of the county of Milwaukie, Michigan Territory, praying for the establishment of a land office m that county, for the sale of the public lands 2 Petition of the inhabitants of Des Moine county, Michigan Territory, praying for the es-tablishment of certain post routes.

3 Petition of Jesse Morrison, praying of Con. This blog entry shall deal with finalizing, almost, the lands of Elder Daniel Miller (). Elder Daniel owned land that today lies along the Upper Bear Creek Road of Miami township, Montgomery county, Ohio.

When he owned it, and prior to that, the land was owned by Elder Jacob Miller (ca. Normally to plat land it is fairly easy to transcribe a single deed and overlay that.

-Zachriah MacKay (father of Dorcas MacKay Job) dies Isaac Job (s/o Samuel and Dorcas) appears -"Petition of Sundry Inhabitants of Knox Co., TN" (Ansearchin News) Isaac, s/o Samuel and Dorcas, appears on Christian Co., KY Tax List MIDDLE TENNESSEE COUNTIES () Jackson, White, Overton, Smith, Warren.

19 May O. [Old Style] page On the petition sundry the inhabitants Petition of sundry inhabitants of the territory of Louisiana book is ordered that Jacob Rogers Robert Scot and James Beard survey and mark a way from John Mizers to the Stone Meeting House adjoining to the Court House Road and make report of their proceedings to the next Court.

Shenandoah area. Report of the Committee on the Public Lands on the Petition of the Legislature of the Mississippi Territory and Petitions of Sundry Persons of Said Territory Praying Indulgence to Purchasers of Public Lands.

[Washington, DC: ]. Call Number: HD M7 U United States. Department of Author: Lauren Rogers. Report of the Committee on the Public Lands, on the petition of sundry inhabitants of the Illinois Territory, accompanied with a bill confirming certain claims to land in the Illinois Territory.

Made 24th February,and with the bill committed to a committee of the whole House to-morrow. Published: (). The House journal entry reads: A petition of sundry inhabitants near Fort Massac in the Indiana territory, whose names are thereunto subscribed, was presented to the House and read, praying that the right to certain lands of the United States in said territory, which they have respectively settled and improved, may be confirmed to them by an act of Congress.

In a few months "sundry inhabitants" of Botetourt, most probably dissenters, petitioned the Assembly, begging leave to sell the glebe and to use the proceeds to discharge the debt due the incumbent minister of the parish.

In essence this was a proposal to rob Peter to pay Paul. Smyth might have won his salary arrears but lost his residence and. From History of Armstrong County Pennsylvania, written in by Robert Walter Smith, "The petition of sundry inhabitants of Allegheny township was presented Decemto the court of quarter sessions of this county, asking that a new township be formed out of the upper end of Allegheny township, to be called Kiskiminetas.

Philip. Deed Book 2, page When Surry County was formed from James City County in it was comprised of that vast territory south of Meherrin land was largely unpopulated and without boundaries until when a survey was land along the Blackwater River was opened to the land patentees were John.

About Me; Ancestor Brick Walls. Brawn, Benjamin, Pre-Loyalist (cc) Carlisle, Robert, Loyalist (c) Davidson, Hepsabeth (after ). PETITION OF SUNDRY CITIZENS, INHABITANTS OF THE COUNTY OF WAYNE, IN THE TERRITORY OF THE UNITED STATES NORTH-WEST OF THE RIVER OHIO ([Washington, ]). 8vo, 7 pp. Asking for attention and assistance from federal government for the northwestern settlements.

Full text of "The Territorial papers of the United States" See other formats. CADDO PARISH is situated in the extreme northwestern corner of Louisiana.

It embraces square miles oracres, divided into square miles of oak uplands and of Red River bottom lands, its front on Red River being miles long. The Caddo uplands are marked by numerous bayous and lakes, and are undoubtedly excellent in quality.

Laws of the Territory were printed under the name "The Laws of the Territory of Louisiana," a book of pages cOlnpiled by Frederick Bates, later Master of St. LOllis Lodge No. ; the book. Report of the Committee on the Public Lands, on the petition of the legislature of the Mississippi Territory, and petitions of sundry persons of said territory, praying indulgence to purchasers of public land.

January 9, Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Published: (). Here we have part of a petition from inhabitants of Mississippi Territory requesting recognition of land claims and for statehood, followed by a partial list of petitioners: Source: Territorial Papers of the United States, v.

6, The Territory of Mississippi,pp. With: PETITION OF THE INHABITANTS OF WEST FLORIDA (Washington, ). 8vo, 7 pp. Asking to be attached to Mississippi rather than Orleans/Louisiana. With: LETTER FROM COWLES MEAD, SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY, ENCLOSING A COPY OF A PRESENTMENT AGAINST HARRY TOULMIN, JUDGE OF THE.

Full text of "History of the town of East Greenwich and adjacent territory, from to " See other formats. The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Cherokee Nation of Indians.

( N 05 / (pages )), by Charles C. Royce This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. Inhabitants of SC, petition and supporting papers asking that John McKenzie be allowed to practice his method of Choctaw Indian herbal medicine.

(52 pages) Series:S reel frame; Date Peter Harris, a Catawba Warrior, petition and supporting papers requesting a compensation for Revolutionary service. Sundry Free Moors Act of — 1 A PROPOSED BILL TO THE One Hundred Twelth Congress of the UNITED STATES of AMERICA AT THE FIRST SESSION Senate Bill # _____ A Bill For An Act Entitled: Sundry Free Moors Act of an Act to deter viola-tions of the treaty, civil and political rights of “Any” Moor living within the Ter.

For example, no one, we presume, will contend that Congress can make any law in a Territory respecting the establishment of religion, or the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press, or the right of the people of the Territory peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for the redress of grievances.

The petition of sundry inhabitants of the County of Bourbon humbly sheweth, That a number of your petitioners are settled in that part of the said County of Bourbon which is commonly known by the name of Limestone Settlement about forty miles distant from the place agreed on for holding the Court of the said County, and which is not only a Author: Dedpepl.

Land grants -- Florida. See also what's at briefed translations from the archives of the Board of commissioners for ascertaining claims and titles to land in the territory of Florida. last: on a memorial of the Legislative Council and House of Representatives of the Mississippi Territory: and on a petition of sundry inhabitants of the.

I, Anthony Soulard, surveyor-general of Upper Louisiana, do hereby, certify, that a tract of land was surveyed, meted, and bounded for, and in presence of, the syndic and inhabitants of St. Charles, (Missouri,) with the assistance of many of the inhabitants of said village, such as is represented in the plan hereto annexed, according to their.

Gregory, from the committee of elections, to whom were referred the returns from Dobbs county, and sundry other papers, and the petition of sundry of the inhabitants of Dobbs county relative to the election of the said county, delivered in a report; which, being read, was agreed to in the following words, viz: —.

Supreme Court of the United States. THE UNITED STATES, PLAINTIFFS IN ERROR, v. JOSEPH REYNES. January Term, **1 (Cite as: 50 U.S. WL**1 ()) THIS was an appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Louisiana.

On the 10th of December,the following certificate of survey was issued:. The Sundry Free Moors Act states that all Free Moors may be tried under the same Laws as the Citizens of (South Carolina) and NOT under the Negro Act. See: South Carolina Department of Archives and History: SC House of Representatives Journal, —90, p.

xxii. John Simpson, who came from Massachusetts and settled on Tar River, about six miles below Greenville, calling his place “Chatham,” was a member of the Assembly for Beaufort County in The Assembly met at Newbern.

On Friday, May 9th, a petition of sundry inhabitants of Beaufort. PITT COUNTY, AS FORMED From pen sketch by H. FROM MISSOURIArea acquired by U.S. in Louisiana Purchase,and established as territory, THE UNITED STATES, PLAINTIFFS IN ERROR, v.

JOSEPH REYNES. Decided: NotFound. opinion, DANIEL [HTML] THIS was an appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Louisiana. On the 10th of December,the following certificate of survey was issued:——. Indians of North Carolina: Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, Transmitting, in Response to a Senate Resolution of Ja Report on the Condition and Tribal Rights of the Indians of Robeson and Adjoining Counties of North Carolina By O.

McPherson. THIS was an appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of Louisiana. Lecompte claimed under D'Artigau by a chain of title which it is not necessary to set forth.

On the 31st of July,D'Artigau presented the following petition to Jos e Maria Guadiana, then lieutenant-governor and civil and military commandant of. U.S. Supreme Court United States v. Reynes, 50 U.S. 9 How. () United States v. Reynes. 50 U.S. (9 How.) Syllabus. The Act of Congress of4 Stat. 52, for enabling claimants to lands within the limits of the State of Missouri and Territory of Arkansas to institute proceedings to try the validity of their titles, and which was revived by the Act of J5.Start studying LearningCurve AMH 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12, Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.His letter of 31 July probably reached GW in the first week of Decemberas Tobias Lear on 8 Dec.

transmitted to the secretary of state “sundry communications of the proceedings of Government in the western Territory from Jany to July made by the Secretary of the said Territory upon which the President requests your.