3 edition of By the Honorable William Pitkin, Esq; governor ... of Connecticut ... A proclamation. found in the catalog.
By the Honorable William Pitkin, Esq; governor ... of Connecticut ... A proclamation.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 10864.|
|Contributions||Pitkin, William, 1694-1769.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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By the Honourable William Pitkin, Esq. governor of the English colony of Connecticut A proclamation: Thursday the ninteenth day of November next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving Given under my hand in the Council-chamber, in New-Haven, the 17th day of October [Connecticut.
Governor ( Pitkin)]. By the Honorable William Pitkin, Esq ; governor of Connecticut A proclamation: Thursday the twentieth day of November next, to be observed. By the Honorable William Pitkin, Esq ; governor of Connecticut A proclamation: Thursday the seventeenth day of November next, to be observed as a.
Get this from a library. By the Honorable William Pitkin, Esq ; governor of the English colony of Connecticut A proclamation: Thursday the nineteenth day of November next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving Given under my hand in the Council-Chamber, in New-Haven, the 17th day of October [Connecticut.
() By the Honourable Thomas Fitch, Esq; Governor of His Majesty's English colony of Connecticut, in New-England, in America, a proclamation. Whereas his Most Gracious Majesty, from a regard to the honour of God and a concern to promote religion, pi. By the Honourable George Thomas, Esq; lieutenant governor and commander in chief of the province of Pennsylvania A proclamation.
Whereas by the express order of the Hon. the Proprietaries, no warrant or license has issued out of the land office for taking up or settling any lands in the county of Lancaster, to the westward of the Kittochtinny-Hills otherwise called the.
Family and early life. Fitch was born, probably [weasel words] at Norwalk, Connecticut,  the son of Thomas Fitch III (–), an investor in the Equivalent Lands and his first wife, Sarah Boardman Fitch.
He graduated from Yale in then went on to obtain a master's degree. Fitch married Hannah Hall in The couple had several children, the first Thomas Alma mater: Yale College.
The Pitkin surname is a habitational name, taken on from a place of Pictish-Gaelic origin, in Fife. Early Origins of the Pitkin family. The surname Pitkin was first found in Fife, where they held a family seat from early times and their first records appeared on the census rolls taken by the ancient Kings of Scotland to determine the rate of taxation of their subjects.
Governor Leete signed the Plantation Covenant of June 1, for the New Haven Colony, became Governor of the Colony, and later Governor of Connecticut. William Chittenden came from East Guilford, County Sussex, had achieved the rank of major in the Netherlands army, and was the founder of the church at Guilford, Connecticut in In he was appointed Attorney for the General Court, and in he was appointed Judge of the Court of the Assistants, and so remained during his life.
William Pitkin, 2d, was Judge of the County Court and Court of Assistants from till it was abandoned inupon the establishment of the Superior Court. THE. HONORABLE DANIEL ClARK OF WINDSOR, CONNECTICUT.
The story of his life. Inwhen he was seventeen years old, Daniel Clark of Weaxil, (rear Kenilworth), England, came to America with his uncle, Rev. Ephraim Huit, who became pastor of Old Windsor's Congregational Society, as a collegue of Rev.
John Wareham. And they, the said right honorable, honorable and worthy trustees before mentioned, having maturely considered the reasons and arguments in favor of the several places proposed, have given the preference to the western part of our said province, lying on Connecticut river, as a situation most convenient for said school.
PITKIN, William, lawyer, born near London, England, in ; died in East Hartford, Connecticut, 16 December, He received an excellent English education, studied law, and settled in Hartford about By the Honorable William Pitkin, where he taught, bought a tract of land on the east side of Connecticut river, and engaged largely in planting.
Full text of "The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut  " See other formats. MEMOIR OF TIMOTHY PITKIN: REVHOMAS T C. PITKIN. Prepared at the Request of the New England Historic wasin direct descent from William Pitkin, founder of the family in this country, who came from London, England, Trumbull succeeded him as Governor of Connecticut.
TIMOTHY PITKIN 9 T Weed, in aletter published in the "New. By the Honourable Spencer Phips, Esq; A proclamation by Massachusetts. Lieutenant Governor ( Phips),Printed by John Draper, printer to his honour the lieutenant governour and Council.
edition, Microform in English. Thomas Fitch Governor of the Colony of Connecticut, Born:Norwalk, Connecticut and Fitch, in accordance with the custom of the time, was also appointed Chief Judge of the Superior Court of Connecticut. William Pitkin, and a few others were so upset at this that they left the room in disgust File Size: KB.
Full text of "Manuscripts of Sir William Johnson, [from the originals on file in the Secretary of State's Dep't., Albany]" See other formats. In Octoberthe General Assembly approved formation of the County of Westmoreland, in what is now Pennsylvania. On NovemGovernor Trumbull issued a proclamation protecting Connecticut’s rights to “all lands by virtue of the charter granted by King Charles”.File Size: KB.
The honorable William Penn, late governor of Pennsylvania, was chosen agent to the Court of Britain, and directed to deliver the petition to the King himself and to endeavor by his personal influence to procure a favorable reception to this last address.
By the Honorable William Pitkin, Esq ; governor of the English colony of Connecticut A proclamation: Thursday the nineteenth day of Nove[ ] Connecticut. Governor ( Pitkin) [New-Haven]: [publisher not identified],  View.
By the Honourable Patrick Gordon, Esq; lieutenant governour of the province of Pennsylvania A proclamation. Now for prevention of all further and other breaches of the established peace and friendship, between us and the said natives: I do hereby strictly charge and command all and singular his majesty's subjects that on no pretence they abuse any Indian-native of the.
His children married into the first families of the ancient town of Windsor, and were among the aristocracy there. His granddaughter, Sarah Drake, was the wife of Governor Roger Wolcott, of Connecticut, and his greatgrandson, Hon.
Roger Wolcott, was representative to the general assembly, member of the council, and judge of the superior court. William Tudor (Ma – July 8, ) was a wealthy lawyer and leading citizen of eldest son William Tudor () became a leading literary figure in Boston.
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TIMOTHY PITKIN, bornat Farmington, Connecticut, on the 21stofJanuary,wasthe son of the thy Pitkin, Pastor of the Congregational Church in that town, andgrandson of the Hon. William Pitkin, whowas Governorof the Colony from to His mother, whenFitch wasgovernor,Pitkin lieutenant-governor, and Trumbull a memberof the.
Projects» Deputy or Lieutenant Governors of Connecticut» Profiles show advanced controls hide advanced ) was a nineteenth century lawyer, judge and politician from Connecticut. He served as a member of the United States House of Representatives, a View Gov. John Cotton Smith's genealogy profile William Pitkin (Ap To the honorable General Assembly now sitting in New Haven.
We, your honor’s committee, appointed to consider what further preparations are necessary to be made relative to the Mohegan cause now depending before his majesty in council, beg leave to report that we apprehend it necessary and expedient that his honor, the governor, be desired with all.
Historical Analysis. Phillis Wheatley’s poem “To the Right Honorable William Earl of Dartmouth” was written in the hopes that the new earl would relieve the African’s from the tyranny that they faced with the previous ruler of England.
By the Honourable Patrick Gordon, Esq; governor of the province of Pennsylvania a proclamation Whereas divers tumultuous and riotous proceedings, have been carryed on of late, in the city of Philadelphia.
After Governor Thomas Fitch chose to enforce the British Stamp Act inthe Sons of Liberty supported William Pitkin of Hartford for governor and Jonathan Trumbull for deputy governor in Following their successful election, Trumbull served over three years as Deputy Governor and concurrently as Chief Justice of the Superior Court.
Governor Davey's Proclamation is a misnomer for an illustrated proclamation issued in Tasmania by the British government after 1 November Although attributed to Governor Davey it was first authorised by Lieutenant Governor George Arthur.
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The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding. The most formal medium of news dissemination in colonial New England was the government proclamation, issued by the governor or other high official and printed elegantly in broadside form.
Proclamations often announced special days of thanksgiving for military victories or other signs of divine deliverance. Trustees of Dartmouth College v.
Woodward. it hath been represented to our trusty and well-beloved John Wentworth, Esq., governor and commander-in-chief, in and over our province of New Hampshire, in New England, in America, that the Reverend Eleazar Wheelock, of Lebanon, in the colony of Connecticut, in New England, aforesaid, now doctor.
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