2 edition of New Jersey: autograph letters from Philip Carteret found in the catalog.
New Jersey: autograph letters from Philip Carteret
Limited ed. of 50 copies.
|LC Classifications||F137.C35 A46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 13 p.|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||77268866|
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New Jersey: autograph letters from Philip Carteret, first governor of New Jersey, by Philip Carteret (Book) 1 edition published in in English and held by 8. The collection consists primarily of autograph letters written by Philip Carteret.
Seven of the letters were written by Carteret to his mother and brother Peter, governor of North Carolina. In his letters, Carteret describes his debts and asks for money and aid in settling his financial affairs.
New Jersey: autograph letters from Philip Carteret, first governor of New Jersey, Countries and Regions of Publication (1) View the list below for more details. It was named for Philip Carteret, the first colonial governor of New Jersey (). The club’s mission was to bring together book collectors, printers and other bookmen; to publish original or previously unpublished material (often with specially commissioned illustrations); and to hold free exhibitions of rare and fine printing.
Carteret, New Jersey, as well as Carteret County, North Carolina, both in the United States, are named after him. In recognition of all the help given to him during his exile in Jersey in the s, Charles II gave Carteret a large grant of land previously named New Netherland, which was promptly renamed New Jersey under his charge.
History of Elizabeth, New Jersey: Including the Early History of Union County Edwin Francis Hatfield Carlton & Lanahan, - Comté d'Union, New Jersey - pages. Letter from Governor Carteret to the Indian. Documents relating to the colonial history of the state of New Jersey , William Adee Whitehead Volumes of Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the state of New Jersey.
New Jersey away from Philip Carteret. After the putsch, a month later, Carteret was jailed. Andros, now briefly Governor, on Jcommissioned Henry Greenland "to bee Justice at Piscataway" It was in these years that he lived on the north side of the Raritan where Dankers and Sluyter stayed in.
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Governor Philip Carteret died at Eliza- beth Towne, New Jersey, in December. Career. The English annexed the Dutch province of New Netherland inand lands west of the Hudson River were awarded to two Lords Proprietors, John Berkeley and George Carteret (cousin of Philip).
InCarteret (or "Cartaret") was appointed by them to take possession of the newly acquired territory which been renamed the Province of New Caesaria, or New Jersey, and assume the position.
This extremely rare map erroneously depicts New Jersey as an island, with the headwaters of the Walkill River connecting with those of the Delaware. Manuscript Map of New York Harbor, circa New York Surveyor General Philip Wells’s hand-drawn map of New York Harbor was originally bound into Governor Barclay’s record book with documents relating to the claim to Staten Island.
Using the Records of the East and West Jersey Proprietors by Joseph R. Klett, New Jersey State Archives Page 2 East Jersey versus West Jersey While the proprietary systems that evolved in East and West Jersey had much in common, there were marked differences in terms of the development of the two divisions of the colony and the relationshipFile Size: 1MB.
Note:  From notes of Dlora Hall Dalton. mentioned as coming from New England as one of first settlers of Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey patent from Philip Carteret, 18 Mar /70 conveying to "Daniel Robens of the towne of Woodbridge, yeoman,certain parcells of upland and meadow in and about said towne ofWoodbridge etc" containing acres.
The stamp was designed by Douglas Allen of Metuchen. It depicts Philip Carteret, founder of Elizabeth, walking ashore at the present site of the city in Next to this drawing is a map of the.
east new jersey -- minute book of the lords proprietors of new jersey, Woodbridge Township, New Jersey was established on June 1, The charter, signed by Governor Philip Carteret (), James Bollen, Nicolas Varlett, Samuel Edsall, Robert Vanquellen, William Pardon and Robert Bond, indicated that the township was six square miles and was bounded by Rahway, Westfield, and Union County on the.
Simultaneously with signing the "Concessions," the proprietors appointed Philip Carteret, a brother of Sir George, Governor of New Jersey, and in August,he landed at a place to which he gave the name of Elizabeth, in honor of his sister-in-law, Lady Carteret. This was. Says Philip Carteret sailed for NY with 30 English and French emigrants.
The boat was driven into the Chesapeake; while stuck there, Carteret forwarded dispatches to Bollen, who was commissary at the fort in NY, and also to Nicolls. A little later, says that Capt James Bollen, an officer of the fleet, received a grant of land in Staten Island.
ELISHA BOUDINOT The Revolutionary patriot writes in haste, as he departs for the (New Jersey) Supreme Court Autograph Letter signed: "Elisha Boudinot", 1 page, 8x New Ark [Newark, New Jersey], May 1. read more. The New Jersey Historical Society 52 Park Place-Newark, NJ () Fax: () An autographed book from your favorite author can turn an item of personal value into a cherished keepsake of financial worth.
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NICHOLAS1 CARTER, the first Carter in America, was the eldest son of ROGER and EMMA (RAYLES) CARTER of Helperby, County of York, England and was baptized in that place 4 June He died in Elizabethtown, N.J.
in October or November He emigrated to New England and settled in Stamford, Ct. sometime prior to One incident that Mr. Smith treats prominently in his book involves the dispute, inbetween two Englishmen, Gov. Edmund Andros of New York and Gov. Philip Carteret of New Jersey.
Hidden dangers: Hidden underground danger: North Jersey's abandoned mines Their so-called “French Patent” was granted in in by Philip Carteret. The Province of East Jersey, along with the Province of West Jersey, between and in accordance with the Quintipartite Deed were two distinct political divisions of the Province of New Jersey, which became the U.S.
state of New two provinces were amalgamated in East Jersey's capital was located at Perth ination of an exact location for a border between Capital: Perth Amboy. New Jersey. Militia.
New Jersey Militia orderly book, New Jersey Historical Society Library: creatorOf: Van Cortlandt, Philip, Autograph letter signed: "Tunkanock Creek," to General Edward Hand, May Pierpont Morgan Library. referencedIn.
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Robert Barclay 2nd List of colonial governors of New Jersey In office September – 3 October Deputy Thomas Rudyard, Gawen Lawrie, Lord Neill Campbell, Andrew Hamilton Preceded by Philip Carteret Succeeded by Edmund Andros (Dominion of New England) Personal details Born 23 December Gordonstoun, Moray Died 3 October (aged 41) Ury House, Kincardineshire Nationality Children: Robert, Patience, Catherine, Jane.
Piscataway (/ p ɪ ˈ s k æ t ə w eɪ /) is a township in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the United States Census, the township's populationreflecting an increase of 5, (+%) from counted in the Census, which had in turn increased by 3, (+%) from counted in County: Middlesex.
autograph letter to margarita (peggy) schuyler, confessing his love for her sister elizabeth 4 pages (8 7/8 x 7 3/8 in.; x mm) on a bifolium, [Morristown, New Jersey, February, ]; lacking conclusion of letter including Hamilton’s signature, reinforced at central fold, horizontal folds lightly discolored and.
When members of the colonial assembly warned Governor Philip Carteret in that he should abandon any expectations "that things must go according to your opinions," they struck a keynote for the New Jersey experience and suggested to author Thomas Fleming what perhaps should have been the state's motto: "Divided We Stand."Brand: Norton, W.
& Company, Inc. Carteret and berkly were in the colony of New Jersey. We need you to answer this question. If you know the answer to this question, please register to join our limited beta program and start the. Florence L. Broderick Oldest member of Union County Baptist Church in Clark, 98 Florence L.
Broderick, 98, of Rahway, N.J., passed away Saturday in Scotch Plains, N.J. Born in Roselle, N.J., Florence came to Rahway many years ago. She was the oldest member of. Philip Carteret Hill died on Capt. James Bollen, born in Isle of Jersey, Channel Islands, England; died Bef. 27 Mar in Woodbridge, Middlesex, NJ.
He was the son of Robert and Jean Bollen. He married Anne Vauquellin Abt. History: The first governor of New Casare, (New Jersey), was Phillip Carteret/Philip Cartaret, appointed by the King of al ID: View Source.
When members of the colonial assembly warned Governor Philip Carteret in that he should abandon any expectations "that things must go according to your opinions," they struck a keynote for the New Jersey experience and suggested to author Thomas Fleming what perhaps should have been the state's motto: "Divided We Stand."Author: Thomas J.
Fleming. : Autograph Letter Signed to Charles Hamilton: Octavo. Letter dated 27 August on Burton's stationary to autograph dealer Hamilton setting the price for a group Sean O'Casey letters. Hamilton has written (but not signed) at the bottom of the letter: "A fearfully high price, but I have succombed(sic) to the illustrated letter!".The English captured New Netherland from the Dutch inand; thereupon, Philip Carteret, by an appointment of the "Lords-Proprietors" of the Province of East New Jersey, became its first governor.
The titles of the settlers of Bergen Were confirmed by Carteret and his council in Great deals on Leather Children's Antiquarian & Collectible Books. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books .