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Report of the committee to whom was referred on the 4th instant the petition of Isaac Zane.

United States. Congress. House

Report of the committee to whom was referred on the 4th instant the petition of Isaac Zane.

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Published by s.n. in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

  • Ohio,
  • Mad River.
    • Subjects:
    • Zane, Isaac, 1753-1816 -- Claims vs. United States.,
    • Land tenure -- Ohio -- Mad River.,
    • Wyandot Indians -- Treaties.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsMarian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress)
      LC ClassificationsKF27.5 P47 1800
      The Physical Object
      Pagination3 [i.e. 4] p. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL290804M
      LC Control Number97195284

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Report of the committee to whom was referred on the 4th instant the petition of Isaac Zane. by United States. Congress. House Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Report of the committee to whom was referred, on the 4th instant, the petition of Isaac Zane.: 21st February, Committed to a committee of the whole House, on Tuesday next.: (Published by order of the House of Representatives.). [United States. Congress House.].

Report of the committee to whom was referred on the 4th instant the petition of Isaac Zane. Report of the Committee to whom was referred on the seventeenth December last, the memorials and petitions of sundry citizens and inhabitants of the District of Columbia, for and against "the building of a bridge across the Potomac River, from the.

Get this from a library. Report of the committee to whom was referred on the 7th instant, the petition of Isaac Zane: 11th January,ordered to lie on the table. REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE TO WHOM WAS REFERRED, ON THE 4TH INSTANT, THE PETITION OF ISAAC ZANE.

21ST FEBRUARY, by [Zane, Isaac] [Philadelphia, 4pp. Disbound. Else Near Fine. Isaac Zane was a member of the Zane family of Wheeling, after whom Zanesville, Ohio is named. He was "made a prisoner by the Wyandot Indians when an infant of nine.

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Similar Items. 4th, No member shall be allowed to speak more than twice upon the same subject, without special leave of the Convention; and not longer than ten minutes the Report of the committee to whom was referred on the 4th instant the petition of Isaac Zane.

book time, and five minutes the second. REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE. Received from regular members of the Convention $ Received from collections and honorary members The report of the Committee on the Petition of Robert Hunter & the report of the Committee on the Petition of Dr.

Miles King, which being read were concurred with. Resolved, that Mr. Nash and Mr. Davie be added to the joint Committee appointed to report upon the Governor’s message & State papers, &c. Colonel Owen, from the Committee to whom was referred the Petition of Matthew McClure, delivered in a report, which being read and debated was, on motion, recommitted.

Recd. from the House of Commons the Petition of sundry Inhabitants of the State of North Carolina. The petitioner died before the instant petition was determined. The petitioners argued that the DMS had no power to unilaterally and arbitrarily withdraw the Standards and Guidelines and the Training Curriculum; that the withdrawal left a gap and exposed the 2 nd petitioner and others in her position to a denial of, inter alia, their.

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March 11th, 18o5. Senate. The curious reader is referred to the order book forApril Special Terms, for further information. In order to verify the statement heretofore made as to the Orange soldiers being designated at first as " Culpeper Minute Men, " the following petition, from the original, now on file in the State library, is published at length.

Your committee having inquired into the several allegations set forth in the said petition, do report as follows: That the said Joseph Wood and partners, with permission of the committee of the City and Liberties of Philadelphia, did on the 5th day of January last past, load on board the sloop Joseph, William Raddon master, sundry goods and.

We send for concurrence the report of the joint Committee to whom was referred the Memorial of the officers of the North Carolina line, concurred with by the Commons, who have on their part appointed Doctor Williamson and Mr.

Phil. Hawkins a Committee to prepare and bring in a bill agreeable to such report. The committee appointed on the petition of Mr. Nicolaby for initiation, reported favorable; whereupon the committee was discharged, and ballot ordered.

Also the committee on the application of Mr. Wood, reported unfavorable; the report was received, the committee discharged, and ballot ordered. Home > Committee Reports > th Congress > H.

Rept. Rept. - THE TRAGEDY AT WACO: NEW EVIDENCE EXAMINED th Congress () Committee Report. A pamphlet titled "Report of the committee to whom was referred the resolution of the House of Representatives, of eighteenth March last, directing an inquiry 'whether any, and if any, what means of retrenchment and economy, and reform in the general management, and of extension and efficiency, in the naval establishment, may be expedient.'".

The Committee considered the petition and the Gazette Notice and prepared a report. The Committee did not recommend the revocation of the Gazette Notice as required under Section15 (1) of the Statutory Instruments Act or under Standing Order No.

Consequently, the Gazette Notice remains in force as a statutory instrument. Resolved, That the proceedings of this Committee, as well as those of other Provinces and Colonies, laid before them this day, be fairly transcribed by the Clerk in a book to be kept for that purpose.

Per order of the Committee, Benjamin Johnston, Town Clerk. APPENDIX 2 [Copied from a paper in the Virginia State Library whose reference. Mr. Scott from the Special Committee, to whom was Referred the Petition of CHARLES WATERS, Reported. Ordered, tha the Petition of CHARLES WATERS be Refered to the Governor and Council.

his Honor the Governor and Council, be desired to curtail such part of the Rations of Forage as may appear to them to be necessary in the Present. Report of the joint committee of both Houses. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fourteen.: The committee of both houses, to whom was referred the several petitions of Isaac P.

Davis and others, praying that they may be incorporated by the name of the Boston and Roxbury Mill Corporation. A rainy morn. I was called at 4th hour morn to Mrs Goff who was in travil. I walkt to Daviss Store, crost the river & went by land on hors back. Arivd at the 6th hour. Old Mrs Goff returned from Boston at 1 hour pm.

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The meeting then called for the reading of the Memorial, and the report of the Committee on Judiciary, to whom the same was referred, which were read. On motion, resolved that a committee of five be appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the sentiments of this Conference in reference to the report.

sir george arthur and his administration of upper canada. walter sage. the jackson press, kingston. sir george arthur and his administration of upper canada. The petition will be referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs, of course.

Captain Jones, whilst in command of the sloop-of-war Peacock, visited the Sandwich and Society Islands, and on his return made a claim upon the Navy Department for about $, which was allowed him by Mr.

Secretary Southard, upon his making a deposition of the. “The Select Committee to whom was referred the petition of Henry D. Stone praying a divorce from his wife Sara N.

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Although Jacob (5) Purdy is one of White Plains' "most famous residents", he is perhaps best known in the history of White Plains for his colonial farmhouse that was used as a headquarters by General Washington on 28 October One is the instant at which it is equally probable that the true time of the phenomenon occurs before or after it.

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