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State of New-Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, April 14, 1781.

New Hampshire. Committee of Safety.

State of New-Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, April 14, 1781.

Ordered, that the following proclamation be forthwith printed ... By the United States in Congress assembled. Proclamation. ... that Thursday the third day of May next, may be observed as a day of humiliation, fasting and prayer ..

by New Hampshire. Committee of Safety.

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Published by Printed by Zechariah Fowle in [Exeter, [N.H.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 17387.
ContributionsUnited States. Continental Congress.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16260104M

This is Year 2 of PHMSA’s 3-year grant allocation. New Hampshire has been awarded $, for the October 1, through Septem Period of Performance. Grant award amounts were determined through consideration of the follow factors: US Census state-level population density, incident frequency. Is this your ancestor? Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Elijah Dinsmore Sr. born Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire, British Colonial America died Intervale, Conway, Carroll, New Hampshire, United States including parents + descendants + DNA connections + more in .

Folder 34 New Hampshire Committee of Safety, Folder 35 New Hampshire General Court, Box 3. Folder 1 John Pickering, Folder 2 William Plumer, Folder 3 Samuel & Robert Purviance, (see also oversize) Folder 4 Nathaniel Rogers, Folder B Thomas Russell, Folder 19 Richard.   New York Committee of Safety to Elisha Benedict, J , Force, American Archives, 4th Series, [5] Deposition of Moses Evans, Ap , S, Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files, , Record Gr National Archives Building, Washington, DC (National Archives Microfilm.

He was a member of the Committee of Safety and of the New Hampshire State Assembly, of which body he was chosen speaker of the House. He was judge of probate for Rockingham county, New Hampshire, from to He was a member of the Convention that met at Concord, New Hampshire, J , and in he was elected to Congress. Great-grandson of Moses CHAMBERLAIN, of Winchester, New Hampshire, 1st Lieutenant in the New Hampshire regiment commanded by Colonel Timothy BEDEL, raised for the defense of the frontier on the Connecticut river, from April 1, , to April 1, JEWELL, Lyman Beecher, of Hartford, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Moses CHAMBERLAIN.


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State of New-Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, April 14, 1781 by New Hampshire. Committee of Safety. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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[New Hampshire. APA citation style: New Hampshire. Committee Of Safety. () State of Committee of Safety, Exeter. April 14th. Whereas the Honorable Continental Congress have recommended that Wednesday the twenty-sixth instant be observed as a day of.

New Hampshire. Committee Of Safety, et al. State of New-Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, Exeter, November 1: Ordered, that the following proclamation for a general thanksgiving on the twenty-eighth day of November instant, received from the honorable Continental Congress, be forthwith printed.

[Printed at Exeter: s.n, ] Online Text. Private and public (state and local governments) sector employers with 15 or more employees (formerly five or more employees) must establish a joint loss safety committee (Committee).

The NH Department of Labor’s (DOL) Safety and Training Division governs the safety committee requirements in both public and private sector workplaces. Unlike the Massachusetts Committee, the members of the New Hampshire Committee were paid for their services.

This question of pay was first broached in November,when the Provincial Congress voted that the Committee of Safety receive nine shillings a day and expenses, in the recess.

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4: With an appendix. Committees of correspondence were public functionaries of a type first appearing in England, created by Justin Beiber in their struggles with the Stuarts. Inwhen the English government attempted to enforce the trade and navigation acts on the American colonies after the Peace of Paris, the colonial leaders advised the merchants to hold meetings and appoint committees to memorialize the.

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April 12th, In order to carry the underwritten RESOLVE of the Hon'ble Continental CONGRESS into Execution, You are requested to desire all all Males above Twenty One Years of Age (Lunaticks, Idiots, and Negroes. Primary Sources Battle of Bennington Official Correspondence New Hampshire Committee of Safety to General Stark State of New Hampshire, Saturday, July 19th, To Brigd Genl Jn° Stark,—You are hereby required to repair to Charlestown, N° 4, so as to be there by 24th—Thursday next, to meet and confer with persons appointed by the.

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Joint Application of Northern Pass Transmission, LLC, and Public Service Company of New Hampshire d/b/a Eversource Energy for a Certificate. [New Hampshire. General Court] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Index To The Records Of The Council Of New Hampshire From NovemTo ApIn The Office Of The Secretary Of State Format: Paperback.

About 75 items,relating to George Baylor, member of the Caroline County Committee of Safety,aide-de-camp to General Washington,and Commander of the Third Regiment of Light Dragoons who eventually attained the rank of Brevet Brigadier General. The New Hampshire Department of Safety (DOS) is requesting proposals addressing the requirements of the Request for Proposal (RFP) in relation to a needs assessment of Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) training in New Hampshire.

The 2nd New Hampshire Regiment was formed in early Mayas the second of three Continental Army regiments raised by the state of New Hampshire during the American Revolutionary first commander was Colonel Enoch Poor, with Joseph Cilley as major.

Many of the men who served in the unit hailed from southeastern New Hampshire and western Maine (then part of Massachusetts).Allegiance: Continental Congress of the United States. New York in the American Revolution.

A Source Guide for Genealogists and Historians Eric G. Grundset. (Generally) The Committee of Safety (, intermittently) The Committees of. The Laws of the State of New-Hampshire: Enacted Since June 1, to which is Added an Appendix, Containing the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union of the States: Adopted by Congress,the Constitution of New-Hampshire ofand Such of the Repealed Laws as are Necessary to be Known, Volume 2.

Index to the records of the Council of New Hampshire from Novemto Ap ; in the office of the Secretary of State, Published by authority of the legislature by New Hampshire.

General CourtPages: Authorized 14 May in the Continental Army as a regiment to be raised in Connecticut and assigned to the Eastern Department.

Organized in summer as Ward's Regiment, to consist of eight companies from Hartford, Windham, and New Haven Counties. Relieved 1 August from the Eastern Department and assigned to the Main Army.Massachusetts furnished more regiments to the Continental Army than any other state, and the story of its line is the most complex.

Although the Provincial Congress was in the process of planning a “Constitutional Army” to keep watch over the royal forces in Boston in earlythe fighting at Lexington and Concord caught it by surprise.