4 edition of Commissioners" record, 1822-1840 found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Indiana Historical Records Survey|
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The record described him as from Kingston, and her as of New York. 2 She was daughter of Abraham Vander Heul 3 and of Tryntje Hendricks Kip, and was baptized August 6, 4 She is called Effonio Vander Hule in licence of marriage, recorded in Record of Wills, N. Y., Vol. 5, p. The number of the commissioners varied with the number or importance of the laws in question; there is evidence for the number (Dem. xxiv. 27). If a law approved by the commission was deemed to be unconstitutional, the proposer was liable to be prosecuted (by a γραφὴ παρανόμων), just as in the case of the proposer of an.
RUSSELL of Whitchurch, Somerset, Bristol and London area (present) in March and September [Rent Book BRO ref AC/E39]. A separate book must have been used to record the receipt of rental payments for the rest of Nathaniel's farmland, and this book does not appear to have survived. , & and 'perpetual overseer of the. Virginia General Assembly, Legislative petitions of the General Assembly, [cite specific petitions used]. There are petitions from commissioners of revenue, colonization societies, inspectors of tobacco, clerks, sheriffs, trustees of colleges, and other citizens. Box
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