Records of the Town of Newark, New Jersey: From Its Settlement in 1666, to Its Incorporation as a City in 1836

New Jersey Historical Society, 1864 - 294 Seiten

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Seite 285 - Wheeller, and George Harison, Trustees of the freeholders and Inhabitants of the Township of Newark and their Successors for Ever ; they y...
Seite 2 - Branford, the following was subscribed: 1st. That none shall be admitted freemen or free burgesses within our town upon Passaick River in the province of New Jersey, but such planters as are members of some or other of the Congregational Churches, nor shall any but such be chosen to magistracy or to carry on any part of civil judicature or as deputies or assistants to have power to vote in establishing laws and making or repealing them or to any chief military trust or office.
Seite 279 - Land is bounded and Limited with the bay Eastward, and the great River Pesayak northward, the great Creke or River in the meadow running to the head of the Cove, and from thence bareing a West Line for the South bounds Wh.
Seite 1 - Branford, together with their associates, being now accepted of, do make one township, provided they send word so to be any time between this and the last of October next ensuing, and according to fundamentals mutually agreed upon, do desire to be of one heart and consent, through God's blessing with one hand they may endeavor the carrying on of spiritual concernments as also civil and town affairs according to God and a Godly government ; there to be settled by them and their associates.
Seite 144 - Poor of the Parish to Labor, agreeable to an Act of Assembly in that Case made and provided. It was voted that William Grant should have the feed of the burying Ground, and to keep the Fence in Repair. It appearing to the Heirs and Descendants of the first Settlers of Newark, Inhabitants of s'd Town, That the Proprietors of the Eastern Division of the Province of New Jersey, by their Governor and Council by Letters Patent dated the 10th Day of De comber, Anno Dom.
Seite 285 - ... Election, if they so Long Live, or Pay the Sum of five Pounds for the use of the poor of the Said Town, AND that in Case of the Death or Refusall of any of the said Officers to serve in any of the said Offices as often as the Same Shall Happen out of the Useuall Anniversary time of Election, that it shall and may be Lawful...
Seite 1 - IMPRIMIS, In the Province of New Jersey, near to Elizabeth Town, and the Town Plotts on Passaic River, made choice of by friends from Milford and other neighboring plantations, thereabouts from New England, on the twenty first day of May, one thousand six hundred and sixty- six, the...
Seite 101 - It is fully and unanimously consented to, and agreed upon by every Planter now present, all being called by Name, that they will from Time to Time pay or cause to be...
Seite 14 - MEETING] the 5th March, 1668-9, of all the Freeholders of Newark : John Brown Junior, was by a full vote of the Town admitted and received a planter, and hath the Grant of an Accommodations, Both of uplands and Meadows, According to his Estate that he does Give in, and is truly possessed of; he paying his proportion of the Charges Laid out for it, and do Seasonably Come to possess The Same Some Time this Spring.
Seite 188 - They shall hold their office for the period of two years from the date of appointment, and subscribe to the oath of office and give bond to the Territory of Oklahoma in the sum of one thousand dollars each for the faithful performance of all duties enjoined upon them by law or the live-stock sanitary commission.

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