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Laws of the Royal Colony of New Jersey

New Jersey.

Laws of the Royal Colony of New Jersey

by New Jersey.

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Published by New Jersey State Library, Archives and History Bureau in Trenton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law -- New Jersey

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled with an introduction by Bernard Bush.
    SeriesNew Jersey archives. Third Series -- v. 2-5, New Jersey archives (Series) -- v. 2-5.
    ContributionsBush, Bernard, 1929-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23254199M

    REASON: The middle colony of New Jersey was was founded in in order to farm and barter. DEPTH/AFFECTS SETTLERS DECISION: To explain in more detail, New Jersey was made by Lord Berkley in in order to receive land and profits for the king. In other words it was a royal colony. The way this could affect settler's decisions could be due to the fact of being either a . In , Lewis Morris, a member of a wealthy family that owned much of what is now the Bronx as well as lands in New Jersey, convinced British officials that New Jersey should become a colony with its own had previously served as Chief Judge of the New York Supreme Court, and subsequently was appointed or elected, commencing in his early 20s, to .

    History and Genealogy Collection. A genealogy of the. Genealogical©ancestry found history of Hudson and Bergen counties, New Jersey by Cornelius Burnham Harvey - () – pages. History©ancestry found and genealogy of Fenwick's colony New Jersey by Thomas Shourds - () – pages.5/5(1). The area on the eastern seaboard of America that became the English colony and then the state of New Jersey encompasses a landscape of mountain ridges, fertile valleys and fields, pine forests, salt marshes, and long white beaches stretching from the mouth of the Hudson River and the Atlantic to the Delaware River and Bay.

    Title: Laws Of The State Of New Jersey. Author: William Paterson Publisher: Gale, Making of Modern Law Description: The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources, contains a virtual goldmine of information for researchers of American legal history an archive of the published records of the American colonies, documents published by state constitutional . Page 64 - Act for submitting the property of lands which are held or claimed by any of His Majesty's subjects as lying within this colony, and are affected by the controversy about the boundary or partition line between this colony and the colony of New York to such a method of decision as his most gracious Majesty shall think proper, by his royal commission, or .


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Get this from a library. Laws of the Royal Colony of New Jersey, [Bernard Bush; New Jersey State Library. Archives and History Bureau;]. DOS Home > New Jersey State Archives > Missing Documents > Enrolled Laws of the Royal Colony of Laws of the Royal Colony of New Jersey book Jersey, The missing or alienated original documents listed below are public records of the State of New Jersey as defined by New Jersey Statutes and subject to legal demand and recovery under & The State Library Information Center is digitizing the Acts of the Legislature (Chapter/Session Laws) and they are now available in the New Jersey State Publications Digital Library.

These PDF scans can be keyword searched, saved and printed. Other Means to Access New Jersey Laws. Rutgers Law’s New Jersey Session Laws Online (current).

The Province of New Jersey was one of the Middle Colonies of Colonial America and became New Jersey, a state of the United States in The province had originally been settled by Europeans as part of New Netherland, but came under English rule after the surrender of Fort Amsterdam inbecoming a proprietary English then renamed the province Capital: Elizabethtown (–), Perth.

After a long season of confusion it was decided to surrender the whole colony to the Crown, and in New Jersey became a royal province.

Queen Anne, who was now the reigning monarch, extended the jurisdiction of New York's governor over New Jersey, and this arrangement continued for thirty-six years, when inthe two colonies were. New Jersey is divided into East and West Jersey in It is reunited in when it becomes a royal colony; New Jersey was the third state to ratify the Constitution; New Jersey was the first to ratify the Bill of Rights.

Virginia, originally chartered under the Virginia Company, became a royal colony in upon that charter ’ s revocation. Upon the Board of Trade ’ s recommendation New Jersey, a proprietary colony sincecame under the Crown in Dominion of New England.

James II forced royal rule over Massachusetts in   New Jersey statutes annotated.: Permanent ed. Laws of a general and permanent nature under arrangement of Revised statutes,including laws of the rd Legislature, ; with annotations from cases construing or applying the laws, tables, and index.

After converting the southern colonies, the English monarchy established the Dominion of New England inmerging the colonies of Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island, together into one large royal colony.

Two years later, inNew York and New Jersey were added to the Dominion. $ 10 Used from $ 2 New from $ Provides an introduction to the history, government, economy, resources, and people of the New Jersey Colony.

Includes maps, charts, and a 5/5(1). Footnotes. 1 The Earliest Printed Laws of New Jersey, (Wilmington:Michael Glazier, ), page vii.

2 Id. For detail on the Duke of York’s laws, see New York. 3 Grants and Concessions of the Province of New Jerseyp no section numbering, enacted 4 Id. 5 Id. at The date of enactment of the code was not preserved, but the legislative session. Large number of new settlers of German-speaking Protestants became known as _____, because people could not pronounce the word Deutsch (doich), which means German.

royal colony Colony under the direct control of the English crown. To remedy the financial situation, the Governor, Council and General Assembly of the Colony of New Jersey enacted “An Act for striking One Hundred Thousand Pounds in Bills of Credit, and directing the Mode for sinking the same.” (New Jersey Archives, Third Series, Volume V, Laws of the Royal Colony of New Jersey,pgs.

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New Jersey was first a proprietary colony when it separated from New York but inNew Jersey became a royal colony and was under the direct control of the English crown.

Because the patent-holder and the Crown were one, the legal status of the Colony of New York changed became the royal Province of New York. On Ap Governor Thomas Dongan promulgated a new charter for the City of New York known as the Dongan Charter which permitted the citizens of each ward to elect an alderman, an assistant and a.

Title within rule border, decorative woodcut head- and tail-pieces. An important compilation of the fundamental New Jersey charters and session laws of the proprietary period ( to ), up to Lord Cornbury's commission and instructions as Royal Governor, when New Jersey became a crown colony under Queen Anne.

The Dutch Republic reasserted control for a brief period in – After that, it consisted of two political divisions, East Jersey and West Jersey, until they were united as a royal colony in InNew Jersey was the third state to ratify the.

This catalog is constantly being updated and revised, and entries are subject to change. It currently indexes 3, record series, includ cubic feet of records reels of microfilm held by the State Archives.

This includes the majority, but not all of our holdings. More modern and/or more recently accessioned collections may. Interesting New Jersey Colony Facts: From to the New Jersey Colony was divided into East Jersey and West Jersey.

Each had their own constitution. The border was never firmly established and often in dispute. In East Jersey and West Jersey became one royal colony. Its first governor was Edward Hyde, Lord Cornbury, who proved to be.Plymouth Colony, PLYMOUTH COLONY (or Plantation), the second permanent English settlement in North America, was founded in by settlers including a group of relig Royal Colonies, Royal Colonies Royal Colonies Crown Law.

Royal colonies were those that in the absence or revocation of a private or proprietary charter came under t. Laws of the Royal Colony of New Jersey v.V p "An Act for the Relief of Benjamin Ayars now a Prisoner in the Gaol of the County of Cumberland", and "An Act to naturalize John George Felthausen"Author: Regina Fitzpatrick.