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Colony of New-Hampshire. In Congress at Exeter, the 4th day of November, 1775.

Colony of New-Hampshire. In Congress at Exeter, the 4th day of November, 1775.

Voted, that it be recommended to the several taverners and retailers in this colony to render an account on oath, (if required) which oath any select-man is empowered to administer, of all liquors by them sold, from the first Tuesday in November, 1774, to the first Tuesday in November 1775 for which excise has been usually paid ..

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Published by Printed by Robert Fowle? in [Exeter, N.H.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alcoholic beverage industry -- Taxation -- New Hampshire

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 42891
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18180921M

    November 28, - The American Navy is established by Congress. The next day, Congress appoints a secret committee to seek help from European nations. December 23, - King George III issues a royal proclamation closing the American colonies to all commerce and trade, to take effect in March of Also in December, Congress is informed. Book/Printed Material State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives, June 15, Whereas by my proclamation bearing date the fourth day of this month all masters of merchant ships were ordered and commanded immediately on their arrival, to make entry of the vessels Evans Available also through the Library of Congress.

    A broadside is a poster printed on paper. It took several weeks for the Dunlap Broadside of the Declaration of Independence to reach its destination in New Hampshire. The broadside arrived in Exeter, New Hampshire’s Revolutionary War capital, on July 16 th. The state treasurer’s year-old son, John Taylor Gilman, was given the honor of. Exeter is a town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United lapachecachica.com population was 14, at the census and an estimated 15, in Exeter was the county seat until , when county offices were moved to neighboring lapachecachica.com to the Phillips Exeter Academy, a private university-preparatory school, Exeter is situated where the Exeter River feeds the tidal Squamscott lapachecachica.com: Rockingham.

    Jul 27,  · Last month, we debunked John Trumbull's Declaration of Independence. Often assumed to depict the signing of the Declaration of Independence, Trumbull actually chose to immortalize the moment when the Committee of Five presented their draft of the Declaration to John Hancock and the Continental Congress. So, when was the Declaration of Independence signed?Spoiler: NOT ON JULY 4TH. Revolutionary War Online Records Original Documents from the National Archives through lapachecachica.com Search The Muster and Pay Rolls of the War of the Revolution, Browse these rolls by state and name of organization (regiment, battalion, guard, company, etc.). Find names of soldiers with the help of annotations supplied by other Footnote.


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Colony of New-Hampshire. In Congress at Exeter, the 4th day of November, 1775 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Colony of New-Hampshire. In Congress at Exeter, the 4th day of November, Voted, that it be recommended to the several taverners and retailers in this colony to render an account on oath, (if required) which oath any select-man is empowered to administer, of all liquors by them sold, from the first Tuesday in November,to the first Tuesday in November for which excise has been.

Colony of New-Hampshire. In Congress at Exeter, the 4th day of November, Voted, that it be recommended to the several taverners and retailers in this colony to render an account on oath, (if required) which oath any select-man is empowered to administer, of all liquors by them sold, from the first Tuesday in November,to the first Tuesday in November for which excise has.

Get this from a library. In Congress, Exeter Nov. 4, A proclamation for a public thanksgiving: Thursday the 30th of this instant November, be observed and kept as a day of publick thanksgiving throughout the colony. [New Hampshire.

Provincial Congress.]. With the Declaration of Independence. America: Printed at Exeter in the State of New Hampshire, MDCCLXXX." pp. This constitution was framed by a convention, or "congress," which assembled at Exeter, December 21,(in accordance with a recommendation from the Continental Congress,) and completed its labors January 5, New Hampshire was the first American colony to enact a constitution of its own, formally replacing British rule on January 5, This bold the 4th day of November was taken six months prior to the American Declaration of Independence, when public opinion across the colonies remained divided between British loyalists, neutralists and revolutionaries.

Jun 24,  · On April 21 the Third Provincial Congress met in Exeter, and on May 27 the Fourth Provincial Congress met there. That body, on May 17,created the New Hampshire Committee of Safety, which became the de facto executive of New Hampshire until mid Location: PO Box Exeter, NH New Hampshire sent two men to the First Continental Congress in Nathaniel Folsom and John Sullivan.

Six months before the signing of the Declaration of Independence, New Hampshire became the first colony to declare its independence from England. Josiah Bartlett, William Whipple, and Matthew Thornton signed the Declaration for New Hampshire.

In Exeter, New Hampshire, the Provincial Legislature asks the Continental Congress to raise a military force to defend the colony's seacoast. February 9. Upon the arrival of British troops in New York, General Lee requests that Congress send the city a battalion of troops from Philadelphia to assist in the construction of fortifications.

The American Revolution in New Hampshire was primarily a political movement to establish a government that would preserve the rights and freedoms its residents had come to cherish. Before any other American colony, New Hampshire drafted a constitution in January that effectively declared the province independent from Great Britain.

The colony that became the state of New Hampshire was founded on the division in of a land grant given in by the Council for New England to Captain John Mason (former governor of Newfoundland) and Sir Ferdinando Gorges (who founded Maine).

Oct 12,  · With the Declaration of Independence. America: Printed at Exeter in the State of New Hampshire, MDCCLXXX.” pp. 2–4. ↑ This constitution was framed by a convention, or “congress,” which assembled at Exeter, December 21,(in accordance with a recommendation from the Continental Congress,) and completed its labors January 5, The Regiment was authorized on May 22, in the New Hampshire State Troops as the 1st New Hampshire regiment.

Organized on June 3, at Medford, Massachusetts, to consist of 10 companies from Hillsborough and Rockingham Counties. Adopted on June 14, and assigned into the Main Continental Army.

Colonial Life in New Hampshire Content Page Return to the Previous Chapter the last, as well as the most respected of New Hampshire’s colonial governors, began in the best way possible to obtain the good‑will of his people.

when there assembled in Exeter the first provincial congress. From this time to December,the. Book/Printed Material 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.

On November 4, the Congress adopted the 1st and 2nd Virginia Regiments. These were existing formations that had been authorized by the colony in August and organized at Williamsburg in October.

North Carolina Line: 2 regiments. Historical events from year Learn about 66 famous, scandalous and important events that happened in or search by date or keyword. Navigation Menu On This Day. On January 1,the Continental Line was reduced to a single regiment, under the command of Colonel Henry Jackson.

The New Hampshire Battalion was disbanded at New Windsor, New York, and the New Hampshire Line ceased to exist. The Continental Congress ratified. Order by Nicholas Gilman, Treasurer of New Hampshire, Exeter, Gilman was the second son in a family of six children. Gilman had four brothers and one sister who were named (from oldest to youngest) John Taylor Gilman, (him), Nathaniel Gilman, Elizabeth Gilman, Samuel Gilman, Daniel lapachecachica.comcal party: Democratic-Republican.

Dec 26,  · On June 14,the Continental Congress officially established the Continental Army. George Washington accepting command of the Continental Army, lithograph by Currier & Ives, circa On June 15,Congress appointed George Washington, who was a veteran of the French and Indian War, as the Commander-in-Chief of the new army.

November 5, General Orders, Washington reprimands the troops in Cambridge for celebrating the anti-Catholic holiday, Guy Fawkes Day, while Congress and the army are attempting to win the friendship of French Canadian Catholics.

Oct 01,  · On September 5, the delegates from 12 British Colonies gathered and formed the First Colonial Continental Congress of the United Colonies of America. On July 2, the Second Colonial Continental Congress declared 12 British colonies as Free and Independent States thus becoming the US Continental Congress.

On March 1, the Constitution of was ratified .Exeter, town (township), seat of Rockingham county, southeastern New Hampshire, U.S., on the Exeter River at the falls of the Squamscott River (tidal), southwest of Portsmouth.

The town was founded in by John Wheelwright and a group of religious exiles from the Massachusetts Bay colony. During its early years it was a commonwealth independent of the English colonies, but an increasingly unfavourable .[45] CHAPTER 3 The Continental Regiments of Boston and Quebec In the four New England colonies had raised their own armies in the aftermath of Lexington, and New York followed suit with encouragement from the Continental Congress.