2 edition of Annual general meeting of proprietors held on Wednesday, the 27th of February, 1833. found in the catalog.
Annual general meeting of proprietors held on Wednesday, the 27th of February, 1833.
University of London.
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Special meeting of the proprietors of Hollis Street Meeting House, March 9th, by Hollis Street Church (Boston, Mass.). () available in print. Special message delivered to the House of Representatives of the state of Iowa: on Thursday, February 6, by Iowa. General Robert Port Dechert died in Philadelphia yesterday, after an illness of several months. By profession he was a lawyer, but politics and military affairs engaged much of his attention and won for him great popularity in his state. General Dechert was born in Reading, Penn., Aug According to previous advertisement, the annual meeting of the above Society was held in the West Kirk, on Tuesday evening, June 27th, The Rev. David Dickson D.D. in the chair Handwritten note: “July 3 At Airdreo, 4 Kilmarnock, 5. From to his death in he was on the State Supreme Court, but retained a home in New Bern. He is known as “The Father of Religious Liberty in North Carolina,” and he composed the State's anthem. After his death, “free people of color” in New Bern held a meeting at the Masonic Temple, and went on record regarding Gaston as follows.
This order of the court was given during the Court term which began on the fourth Tuesday of January, ; but before the order was received by the Society, and probably before the court made the order, the Society took the following action on the report of the committee, in a Society meeting held on the Second Wednesday of January,
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Chepstow Savings' Bank. THE Annual General Meeting of the Trustees and Managers JL of this Institution will be held at the Bank Office, on Satur- day, the 11th of January,at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of auditing the Accounts, and upon other special business. Dec. 27th, V. PARSONS, Clerk.
The Rights of Dissenters. MEETING of the Proprietors of this Company willpursuant to Act 01 Parliament', at the principal office of the Company, Paddington Static». London, W., on Wednesday, the Sev«ateenth day of February next, at Thirty-five Minutes past Two o clock in the afternoon, for the general purposes of business.
CHURCHILL, Chairman. T HE eleventh General Annual Meeting of the Proprietors of this Association will be held at the Office of the Association, on Wednesday the 3d day of February next, at one o'clock precisely. John Chapman, Secretary. Regulations of the Friendly Bread Association adopted at their first annual meeting, held at Glasgow, the 8th day of March, Published: () An essay on benevolent associations for the relief of the poor of which the substance was read to the Literary and Commercial Society in The 27th of February, April, / by: Wardlaw, Ralph, Dated this 18th day of February, H.
HOXJLDSWpETH, Chairman. MANCHESTER & BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY. The HALF YEARLY GENERAL MEETING of the PROPRIETORS nill be held at the Station, London-road, Manchester, on Friday, the 6th day of.
 First annual report of the British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society for the abolition of slavery and the slave-trade throughout the world: presented to the general meeting held in Exeter Hall, on Wednesday, June 24th,The by British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society.
available in print. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: - ) Wednesday 2 February p 2 Article Abstract: THE annual general meeting of the Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts was held in the theatre of the Institution yesterday evening. The balloting for of.
The W. meeting was held last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Lane. Special subject, "Woman's Sui frage," and a parlimentary drill on this subjcct was held by the superintendent of this department, Mrs.
Phila Shedd. Twenty minutes was also given to read ing from the recently purchased book, "Alcohol a Dangerous and Unnecessary. Oxford Democrat. [volume] (Paris, Me.)DecemImage 2, brought to you by Maine State Library, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.
The Club closed in February It subsequently became a succession of pubs: Maggie McFly's; McLouds. Halifax & Calder Vale Agricultural Association Fromthe association held an annual exhibition of cattle, horses, sheep, pigs, wool, roots and implements.
Inthey were at 18 Cheapside, Halifax when William Irvine was Secretary. Full text of "Proceedings of the Virginia Historical Society in Annual Meeting " See other formats. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
Neill, Virginia Company of London, J. Franklin Jameson, "The Records of the Virginia Company." An address delivered before the Rhode Island Historical Society, Novem (The manuscript used by the Editor) Reviewed in the Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries, Vol.
XXI, January-June, p. It seems, from the best information we could obtain, that the first settlement was made in orand probably there was not then formed the nucleus of the present town; but it was not until August 27th, (as seen by deed from John P Campbell, in the recorder's office,) the 27th of February the original tract of fifty acres was set aside as a town.
The Massachusetts General Court grants the charter to establish the Free School in Williamstown. By the act, or charter, the ‘Trustees of the Donation of Ephraim Williams, Esq., for Maintaining a Free-School in Williamstown’ are appointed to erect a school “for the instruction of youth, in such manner as most effectually to answer the pious, generous and charitable intention of the.
REPUBLICAN FARMER AND DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL () Published on Wednesday, Wilkesbarre, PA By Asher M. WRIGHT and John ATHERHOLT. 7 Jan. Died – Capt. Beekman V. HOFFMAN died a few days since at Jamaica, L. I., a distinguished officer in the US Navy. NY Daily Adv.
A Democratic Meeting was held at the Court House, Wilkes-barre, on Jan. 6th. Davenport came again in the evening & found Eliza going on well. Sent a Letter, received by the last night's Post from Mr.
Woodward of Coventry requesting a Special General Meeting to be held of the Proprietors of the T.& M. Canal, to Mr. Landor with a request that he would immediately show it to Sir George Chetwynd. A founder of Haddam.
Notes. Will of John Wyatt - Probate Records Vol. III ( to ) Page This is the Third Book of the Records of the Act of the County Courts and Courts of Probates in the County of Hartford, and of Wills and en: Elisabeth Gunn (Wyatt), Margaret Whiting, John Wyatt, Mary Sarah Graves, Israel Wyatt.
View all articles on this page Previous article Next article. Why are there text errors?. —A general meeting of Lieutenancy was held at the Shirehall, Norwich, to carry into execution an Act “for establishing and maintaining a permanent additional force for the defence of the realm, and to provide for augmenting his Majesty’s regular forces, and for the gradual reduction of the Militia of England.”.
A single meeting was held at the house of Widow Maria PRATT, January 18thafter which the home of the lodge was again at the house of John G. HAYDEN until its suspension. No regular meeting were held during the yearbut on the 27th of December.
Writing as a man, and not as the scribes, he produced in his Nollekens and his Times one of the most entertaining harum-scarum biographies ever seen, and in his Book for a Rainy Day, or Recollections of the Events of the Yearsa budget of memories which has perhaps been less read and more quoted than any book of its kind.
The Frank Baker Collection of Wesleyana and British Methodism, and undated, comprises a vast range of original correspondence, writings, local histories, printed items, engravings, and many other manuscript materials that date from the earliest years of Methodism to its expansion throughout the British Empire during the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries.
Durrus Regatta was advertised in August and and in the regatta was held on Wednesday the 27th August. The committee consisted of the Catholic clergy and the Minister together with Dr Levis, to the flag boat where Dr Levis was the judge. ADVERTISEMENT - Wheal Lady Grenville Tin Mine, St.
Stephens in Bramwell - At a General Meeting of the ADVENTURERS, held on the 18th instant, Pursuant to Advertisement, it was resolved that a coll of 5s. per Share be Made, to be paid into the Devon and Cornwall Bank, St.
Austell or Devonport, on or before the 29th day of July next. A sermon preached before the incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts: at their anniversary meeting in the parish church of St.
Mary-Le-Bow on Friday, Febru / (London: Printed by S. Brooke in Warwick-Lane, ), by Charles Manners-Sutton and Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts.
At a meeting of the proprietors, pew-holders, and members of the Scotch Presbyterian Church, St. Peter Street, Montreal, (commonly called St.
Andrew's Church), called by notice from the pulpit and precentor's desk [electronic resource]: held in the church on Wednesday the 12th May,the following articles were proposed and adopted as the. The ninth annual report of the British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society for the abolition of the slave-trade throughout the world: presented to the general meeting held in the Hall of Commerce, Threadneedle Street, London, on Monday, George William Alexander, Esq., in the chair.
February 15 Ash Wednesday, The Aeolian Bowling circle held their third annual ball in Teutonia Hall. Febru Pretty Teutonia Hall was crowded with "loveliness in silks and satins" and "gentlemen in black broadcloth" for the fourth annual S. Full text of "The Methodist centennial year-book for ; the one hundreth year of the separate organization of American Methodism" See other formats.
2 v. (24 nos. in pp.) 32 cm. The first Mormon newspaper had its conception at a conference held in Septemberin Ohio, at which W.
Phelps was instructed to purchase a press and type in Cincinnati and publish a monthly newspaper in Jackson County, Missouri, to be called The Evening and the Morning Star (see the preceding item).Two months previous Phelps had been directed to settle.
8/28/ The Columbia Spy J CAMP MEETING A Union Camp Meeting will be held on the 26th of August, on Mr. Frederick Fry's ground, in Manor township, about 2 miles below the Cherry Lane, (known by Turkey Hill,) where Christians of every denomination are invited to attend.
history of davenport and scott county. volume 1. chapter chronology. this is something of a record of the years in scott county from to - other things have happened but these appear notable, as the list is scanned for items that look worthy of type - it is a collection of short stories somewhat lacking in description but good what here is of them.
"At a meeting of the Independent Bachelors of the town of Ellicottville, held at the house of S.S. Huntley, on Wednesday evening, Feb. 16,for the purpose of nominating candidates to be supported at the ensuing election, J.L.
Rice, Esq., was called to the chair, and James H. Journal of the Proceedings of the Seventy-Second Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina, Held in Trinity Church, Abbeville, on the 19th and 20th of June, With Lists of the Clergy and Parishes, the Parochial Reports, the Constitution, Canons and Rules of Order, and the Standing Resolutions.
By Episcopal Church. The fifth ledger is from a general store owned by George Lewis Walton and Captain William M. Haley, The sixth ledger is from a general store owned by Lewis F.
Pipkin and his wife, Mary Ann Duke Pipkin, The seventh ledger is an account book from a general store owned by John Sylvester Wooten. Journal of the proceedings of the seventy-fourth annual convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South-Carolina, held in St.
Philip's Church, Charleston, on the 11th and 12th February, with lists of the clergy and parishes, the parochial reports, the constitution, canons and rules of order, and the standing resolutions. On Febru 9, John Shinn and other proprietors consent to the agreement made by Dr. Daniel Coxe with East Jersey concerning the partition line.
R., Liber B. ) 1The proprietors had issued a long advertisement for distribution in England and. Europe, which "after dwelling on the salubrity of the climate, the good temper.
"At a meeting of ye society February 15ththe society agreed with Sam STOWE to beate the drum and sweep the meeting house for the year ensuing, and to look after the doors, for one pound, five shillings money, or as money." At a meeting held December 17th"The Society agreed to give Nathaniel RANNEY 15 shillings for beating the drum.".
Schoharie Republican, December 3, Notice: Is hereby given, that a meeting of the stockholders of the Cooperstown, Schoharie and Durham Turnpike Company will be held at the house of R.C. Wetmore, at Summit Four Corners, on the 27th day of February next, at one o clock P.M.
for the purpose of choosing directors of said company. Gordon W. Merrick. On the 27th of August the two congregations of First and Second Amwell were notified, by three of the trustees of First Amwell who had signed this paper, viz., Jasper Smith, Thos.
Reading and Arthur Gray, that this application would be made at the meeting of Presbytery, to be held in October at Pennington.The "Jacksonboro Assembly" was historic in that it was the first meeting of the General Assembly after the British overran South Carolina.
Jackson (Andrew) State Historical Park On U.S.8 .At a meeting held on Saturday evening, July 26th, at the office of R. D. Congdon, corner of Second and Brady streets, R. M. Littler was chairman and H.
S. Slaymaker, secretary. A committee to prepare a Constitution and By-Laws for the organization, and a committee to present a petition to the property holders of the city, for their aid, was.