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in TPL, The General Assembly of New York, commonly known internationally as the New York General Assembly, and domestically simply as General Assembly, was the supreme legislative body of the Province of New was the representative governing body in New York until April 3,when the Assembly disbanded after the outbreak of the Revolutionary War.
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- Acts of the General Assembly of His Majesty's province of New-Brunswick; - Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's province of New Brunswick ; The Local and Private Statutes of New Brunswick ; The Public Statutes of New Brunswick passed in the year together with those unrepealed by the revised statutes.
As a matter of interest, an "ACT for the appointment of Town or Parish Officers, in the several Counties in this Province," was subsequently passed at the same session of the map, by George Sproule, the Surveyor-General, and Mather Byles, deputy surveyor, covers only the south-west part of New Brunswick, six of the newly created counties, Westmorland and Northumberland.
On Tuesday, January 3,His Majesty's request was fulfilled and New Brunswick’s first House of Assembly met at Saint John. By the time it adjourned on March 15 of that year, no less than sixty-one acts had been passed.
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Under the terms of this measure no acts of the British Parliament passed subsequent towere to be held binding on this province unless it was so expressed in the Act. No laws passed prior towere to be binding in New Brunswick, without express words to that effect, except acts for the purpose of imposing taxes, for the maintenance.
The militia law allowed adjutants to earn up to £20 per year, but the law set limits by county ranging from £5-£ See 45 George III Chapter 1, Article V, Acts of the General Assembly of His Majesty’s Province of New-Brunswick passed in the year (Saint John, NB: John Ryan, ), The House of Assembly had previously passed a resolution that the sum of £14, required by His Majesty's government as a permanent grant for the surrender of the casual and territorial revenue of the Province, was greater than the charges contemplated to be placed thereon required, yet that the great desire of the House of Assembly to have.
Acts passed by the General Assembly of the province of New-Jersey, in January [ N.S.]. in the third year of the reign of our Soveraign Lord George, by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, & c.
Supplement to the revision of the statutes of New Jersey; Supplement to the revision of the statutes of New Jersey. An act was passed in March of that year, by the Legislature of New Brunswick which declared that "it is one of the most inherent and unquestionable rights of the General Assembly of this Province, to dispose of the whole amount of all duties, taxes and supplies collected within the same.".
The Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's Province of New Brunswick: from the twenty sixth year of the reign of King George the Third to the sixth year of the reign of King William the Fourth by New Brunswick () 13 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Ball, Richard Furman, Richard Laning, And'w Oliver. But it was net until the 15th day of April,when a law was passed by the Council and General Assembly to provide for the erection of barracks: The Old Barracks at Trenton, New Jersey. 9 An Act for building of Barracks within tliis Colony, and for other purposes therein mentioned.
Acts Passed by the General Assembly of the Colony of Georgia, to Wormsloe. Jones, C. C., ed.; Item No. Cr 12 v. - Cr Acts Of Assembly Passed In The Province Of New York From to London.
Item No. Cr Acts and Laws Of His Majesty's Colony Of Rhode Island And Providence Planations In New England. Origin of name. The source of the parish's name is not certain. Ganong noted that the name was used in Hampshire, England and in Quebec. The United States Geological Survey notes its use in Delaware, Georgia, Virginia, and West Virginia and the name was also used in several English counties at the time.
History. Wickham was erected in as one of the county's original parish. AT the General Assembly of the Province of New Brunswick, begun and holden at the City of Saint John, on the third day of January, in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and eighty-six, and in the twenty-sixth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Third, by the Grace of God, of Great-Britain, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; being the.
Origin of name. The parish was probably named for John Murray Bliss, senior justice of the Supreme Court of New Brunswick at the time the Act erecting the parish was passed in but died before it became effective in January History. Blissville was erected in from Burton and Lincoln Parishes.
In Gladstone Parish was erected from the western part of Blissville. Be it enacted by the Lieutenant Governor, Council, and Assembly, That an Act made and passed in the fifty-sixth year of the Reign of his late Majesty King George the Third, intituled "An Act for the establishment, regulation and improvement of the Great Roads of Communication through the Province," also an Act made and passed in the fifty-seventh year of the same Reign, intituled "An Act in.
Origin of name. The parish was named in honour of the Earl of Durham, Governor General of British North America at the time the legislation erecting the parish was passed; he resigned his post before the Act became effective.
History. Durham was erected in from Beresford Parish. Durham comprised Restigouche County between the eastern county line and a line due south from the mouth of. Acts of the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick. Acts of the General Assembly of His Majesty’s province of New- Brunswick passed in the year ; Index to the private acts of New Brunswick, ; Revised statutes of New Brunswick, = Lois révisées du Nouveau-Brunswick de In his Speech to the Assembly the Governor made no mention of the statues'^ nor did he give his assent to the act passed providing for 9 A'^.
Hist. Soc. Collections 1 page 10 Weyvians The New York Gazette, J 11 See Speech in Weymans N. Gazette, J THE Legislature of New Brunswick met for the first time in St. John, on the 3rd January, As there were no legislative buildings in St, John, the assembled wisdom of the Province had to resort to an inn, the Mallard House, which seems to have been the principal hotel in St.
John at the time Only thirteen members put in an appearance the first day and no business was done. An appropriation bill covering the services of the years, andwas also agreed to by the Council, finally, an act was passed imposing an additional duty of three pence a gallon on rum, for the purpose of providing a fund for the payment of the members of the General Assembly, at the rate of seven shillings and six pence for.
The Act—passed by the New Jersey Assembly on Febru —was called "An Act to regulate the Election of Members of the Legislative-Council and the General Assembly, Sheriffs and Coroners, in this State" and it revised the regulations for the election of public officials.
The law specifically included women in the franchise. Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's Province of New-Brunswick passed in the year Fredericton, NB: John Simpson, Printer to the Queen’s Most Excellent Majesty, 18 Victoria – Chapter 73 An Act to incorporate the Peticodiac Wet Dock Company.
Passed 12th April The Militia act; that is to say, an act to organize the Militia of the state of New-York.: Enacted into a law, by the people of the state of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, the ninth day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three--and in the seventeenth year of the independence of the United States of America:: also, two other acts to amend.
Whereas by an Act of Our Parliament of Great Britain passed in the fourth year of Our Reign intitled "An Act to prevent Paper Bills of Credit, hereafter to be issued in any of His Majesty's Colonies or Plantations in America From being declared to be a legal Tender in payment of Money, and to prevent the legal Tender of such Bills as are now.
The phrase His/Her Majesty's dominions is a legal and constitutional phrase that refers to all the realms and territories of the Sovereign, whether independent or not. Thus, for example, the British Ireland Actrecognised that the Republic of Ireland had "ceased to be part of His Majesty's dominions".When dependent territories that had never been annexed (that is, were not colonies of.
The bills issued by virtue of the act of were of the following form: "This bill of one shilling proclamation, is emitted by a law of the colony of New Jersey passed in the fourteenth year of the reign of his Majesty King George the third.
Dated Ma ," and were signed by. The Province of Maryland was an English and later British colony in North America that existed from untilwhen it joined the other twelve of the Thirteen Colonies in rebellion against Great Britain and became the U.S.
state of first settlement and capital was St. Mary's City, in the southern end of St. Mary's County, which is a peninsula in the Chesapeake Bay and is.
Legislative Assembly, Session laws, Statutes, Teachers--Legal status-laws-etc, Voting, Women--Legal status-laws-etc on by William Ma. Leonard J. Ryan Leave a reply. Laws of Her Majesty Liliuokalani, Queen of the Hawaiian Islands, Passed by the Legislative Assembly at Its Session, (Honolulu: R.
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36, inclusive Author: Sirpa Scurlock Read related entries on Uncategorized, Bahamas, Collected treaties of an individual country. By country-A-Z, Comparative law. the Official Languages Act of New Brunswick, the Assembly passed a resolution moved by Premier Shawn Graham, seconded by Opposition Leader David Alward, reiterating and reaffirming the Assembly‘s support and advocacy for and of the principles of linguistic equality, which have characterized New Brunswick since.
New Brunswick. (b). An Act to prevent the importation and spreading of infectious Distempers in the City of Saint John, 3 William IV, Cap XXI, March 19th, The Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty’s Province of Brunswick, from the Twenty Sixth Year of the Reign of King George the Third to the Sixth Year of the Reign of King William the Fourth.The laws of the province of South-Carolina: in two parts.
The first part containing all the perpetual acts in force and use. With the titles of such acts as are repealed, expired or obsolete, placed in the order of time in which they passed. The second part containing al the temporary acts in force and use.Acts and laws, passed by the General Court of Assembly of His Majesties province of New-Hampshire in New-England.
Begun and held at Portsmouth, on Monday the seventh day of August, Anno regni Gulielmi Tertii, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae, Regis, undecimo.
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