|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 15462.|
|Contributions||Livingston, William, 1723-1790.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Get this from a library! By His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire Proclamation: to recommend the said twenty-sixth day of November next, to be set apart and observed as a day of publick thanksgiving and prayer Given under my hand and seal at arms, in Perth-Amboy, the twenty-eighth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine. By His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire A proclamation: Whereas by a certain act of the Council and General Assembly of this state, intitled, an Act for rendering more effectual two certain acts therein mentioned, passed the fourth day of June last. Get this from a library! By His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire Proclamation.: to recommend the said twenty-sixth day of November next, to be set apart and observed as a day of publick thanksgiving and prayer Given under my hand and seal at arms, in Perth-Amboy, the twenty-eighth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine. By His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire proclamation.: Whereas some of the justices of the peace of this state have been too remiss in discharging the duty required of them I have therefore thought fit to issue this proclamation, hereby strictly charging and commanding all justices of the peace within the same, to carry the said act into execution so far as to them it doth appertain.
Author New Jersey. Governor ( Livingston). Title Speech of His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire, governor, captain-general and commander in chief of the state of New-Jersey, and the territories thereunto belonging, chancellor and ordinary in the same; to the Hounourable the Council and the General Assembly of the said state. Title [Arms] Proclamation by His Excellency George Clinton, Esquire, Governor of the State of New York, General and Commander in Chief of all the militia, and admiral of the navy of the same. Whereas by an inquisition taken before David I. Pell, Esqui. Broadside Proclamation, "By His Excellency William Livingston, Esq., Governor," etc. (Proclamation appointing the Second Thursday of December , in accordance with the recommendation of Congress to the several States, to be observed as a Day of Public Thanksgiving for the restoration of Peace.) Dated, Trenton the eleventh day of November. Proclamation. Trenton, April William Livingston, ESQUIRE, Governor, Captain-General and Commander in Chief in and over the State of New-Jersey, and the Territories thereunto belonging, Chancellor and Ordinary in the same. PROCLAMATION.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Jack, I. Allen (Isaac Allen), ; Format: Book, Microform, Online; p. Title At a General Assembly of the governor and Company of the state of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, on the second Thursday of May, An act for raising supplies for the use of this state and the Continental Army, until the first day of January next ; Act for raising supplies for the use of this state and the Continental Army, until the first day of January next ; Act for raising. By His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire proclamation. Charging all justices of the peace to carry out the prescribed punishments against British sympathizers and charging the commanding officers of the New Jersey Militia to from "depredation and violence" and prevent the plundering of civilians., Signed: By His Excellency's command, Cha. Looking for something more in depth, I am now reading "Washington, a Life" by Chernow. This is a more detailed look, but I might not have read it without starting on "His Excellency, George Washington." This book is an excellent place to start and an easy read. It is also about 1/2 the lengthj of the Chernow book Cited by: