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Mr. Crafts, from the committee to whom was referred the petition of John Sanders and others

Mr. Crafts, from the committee to whom was referred the petition of John Sanders and others

inhabitants of the city and county of Schenectady, praying the incorporation of an additional bank in the said city, reported ..

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Published by s.n. in [Albany, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Banks and banking -- New York (State) -- Schenectady

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 32321
    ContributionsCrafts, Mr
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15124981M

    A few days after this we reached New-Orleans, where Mr. RUSSELL became the guest of Mr. Consul MOORE, and I was received under the roof of another friend, where, on the day preceding his departure.   The committee continues to maintain the Federal Corner subpage of The Florida Bar’s website, which also serves as an easy and cost-effective way to communicate with all members of The Florida Bar. The webpage contains rule amendments, proposed changes affecting federal courts, announcements, and other news.

    ;lT and Mr. Allen conveyed Registry of Deeds, b leaf g. th; same estate to Philip ~n~lish- of tErrcx Registry of Deeds, John to Joseph, b l and Jooephto John, b leaf *Essex Registry of Deeds, b leaf ZEsacx Registry of Deeds, b leaf tEssex Registry of Deeds, book 1 12, leaf File Size: 10MB. The moderate reform petition adopted in Annan, 25 Nov., by the provost (John Irving), magistrates and council, was countered by another from the heritors, burgesses and inhabitants demanding the ballot, annual parliaments, manhood suffrage (from the age of 21, if of sound mind), a population-based franchise by district and elections held.

    John Hawkes Sanders is the uncle John mentioned by Thomas Hales Sanders (Lloyd Sullivan’s great grandfather) in the Connoisseur Magazine article by ann in ––this uncle John is the person through whom the Sanders Portrait is thought to have made its way to Thomas Hale Sanders. The genealogical line makes John Hawkes Sanders. The Committee To whom were Refered The Setlement of The Estate of Abraham Ozburn Report as Followeth Vz____ The Amount of the Estate appears To be L __ and no Demand yet appears against The said estate Report Concured with The Jury who were appointed To view and lay out The Road from Rowan County line To Center Meeting.


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