3 edition of Legal representatives of five deceased clerks in Philadelphia Custom-house. found in the catalog.
Legal representatives of five deceased clerks in Philadelphia Custom-house.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims
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Whereas, Henry Whitson ofHuntington, deceased in the year , and after the will was proved accordingto law, the estate being divided by order and consent of the widow of Henry, andThomas Whitson son of deceased, and 2d Thomas Whitson being under age,--he withthe consent of his Grandfather Foster and the rest of his friends have thoughtgood. Anders, Daniel He was born Dec. 13, in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Amariah Anders (Dec. 25, - June 4, ) and Mary (Polly) Imler (Dec. - May 5, ). He married Matilda Herron (another source says Hearn) on Aug 7, in Tusc Co Vol 4 p by E Greenwald minister (Note one source says they married in Philadelphia.
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Clerks, bill (S. 62) to amend the act to in-corporate the Provident Association of, in the civil departments of tiie Government of the United States, m the District of Colum-bia, bill for the relief of the legal representatives of five deceased, in the Philadelphia custom-house, Full text of "reports of committees of the house of representatives made during the first session of the " See other formats.
For salaries of five clerks of class three, eleven clerks of class two, and Clerks. four clerks of class one, per acts of April twenty-second and May thirty-ch.
52, first, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, twenty-eight thousand two hundred Ch. dollars. An excursion train on the Philadelphia and Atlantic (Narrow gauge) Railroad, came into collision with a freight train near Clementon; five persons killed and several injured.
August 28 and International Cricket match at the Young American grounds at Stenton, between the Hamilton Club, of Hamilton, Canada, and the Young America Club, of. ACTS OF THE FOURTH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES Passed at the first session, which was begun and held at the City of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the seventh day of December,and ended on the first of June, dollars; three clerks, at five hundred dollars each, one thousand five.
Philadelphia Custom-house Matters. The Question Involved in the Bank Cases. Railroad Litigation. Ratification of the Amendment by the Maryland and Pennsylvania Legislatures.
Release of the Crew of the Florida. Representative Smith Recalls His Resignation and Resumes His Seat. The Sanitary Flour. Serious Explosion.
STATE LEGISLATURE.; SENATE. This is a third-class office, and the Government does not pay the rent for offices of that class. The gross receipts of the office for the year ended Jare reported by the Postmaster-General at $5, The postmaster reports that he employs five clerks in the summer and three in the winter.
The clerks, respectively, shall keep the records at the places where the courts are held, and shall receive, in all cases arising under the laws and constitution of the United States, the same fees which the clerk of the Kentucky district received for similar services, whilst that court exercised the powers of the circuit and district courts.
Full text of "Philadelphia and Its Manufactures: A Hand-book of the Great Manufactories and Representative. Legacies to legal personal representatives or to personal representatives.
Where there is nothing on the face of the will to manifest a different intention, the legal construction of the words "personal representatives," or "legal personal representatives," is executors or administrators of the person described.
6 Ves. ; 6 Mead. Thus: A, in New York, wishing to send $1, to B, in Philadelphia, puts the money into a bank in New York, takes for it an order, called draft, on a bank in Philadelphia, for that amount, to be paid to B.
The draft is sent by mail to B, who presents his draft at the bank, and receives the money; and the bank charges the amount to the New York. After Sullivan county was organized he was elected county left a family of four sons and two daughters, and their descendants are numerous in this county.
John G. Holmes, who was among the early settlers, taught school in his own house, two miles from the lake, in the winter of He understood navigation and To the House of Representatives: I return without approval House bill No.entitled "An act for the relief of W.S.
Carpenter." This bill appropriates the sum of $ to be paid to the beneficiary named therein for his salary as an employee in the Railway Mail Service from the 3d day of October until the 20th day of November, Deceased, was born in Philadelphia, J He i i a descendant of William Biddle, who was a friend of William Penn, and one of the original proprietors of West Jersey, and who settled in thuti province inand under various purchases became entitled to *2, acres of land, william MrFurn Biddle, the father of deceased, was a great.
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Whether Mr. Blount and myself are killed in a duel, or die by sickness in our beds, is a matter of little consequence to the government; which, without doubt, will be administered by those who shall succeed us, as well as it is by us; yet it may be a matter of some moment to our families that our lives should not be.
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Read Philadelphia Age Newspaper Archives,p. 1 with family history and genealogy records from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - 3d. The members of the house of representatives hold their office for two, years from the day of the general election; and the sessions of the legislature shall be biennial, at such times as shall be prescribed by law.
Art. 3, s. - 4th. The members of the house of representatives shall be chosen by the qualified electors. Art. 3, s. The House of Representatives today failed by 5 votes to reach the 2/3 votes needed to override the veto.
Also, the bridge bomber, Werner Van Horn, who tried to blow up the bridge over the St. Croix River in Canada, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for property damage caused on the American side in Vanceboro, Maine. pagecontinued:] WILLIAM DAVIS GALLAGHER ().
This Cincinnati, Ohio, editor and poet wrote Poe on Maforwarding a complimentary copy of his Selections from the Poetical Literature of the the June,number of Graham’s Magazine, Poe commented that this anthology contained “a great deal of trash with which the public could well have dispensed.”.
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or his or their legal representatives collected as all other taxes ire. civil causes of admiralty and maritime hereby .!' V ' and the purchaser or may be directed to be collecud jurisdiction ; in all causes 9.
And be further enacted} on the payment of the whole a- Sec, 4. Legal noncommissioned officers and specialists perform duties associated with criminal law and military justice activities, adverse administrative actions and board proceedings, claims investigations, legal assistance, legal and administrative research, maintenance of law libraries, and general legal.
In another book, under the title "NONGRADUATES," was "William Heysham ()" - from "Columbia University Officers and Alumni, By Columbia University Committee on General Catalogue." "Went into business" was probably an apprenticeship with a merchant ship captain, similar to that of William P.
Heysham, of Philadelphia, below. The Custom-House-An Important Order from the Collector. BANKRUPT NOTICES. CANADA.; Bridging or Tunneling the Detroit River--The Governor--General Going to Red River--Fire in Lindsey.
MARRIED. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.; Auction Sales Yesterday. Transfers of Real Estate. The Ulster County Murder-A New Theory for the Defence. List of clerks, and their duties, employed by J.N. Barker, Collector of Customs for Philadelphia, third quarter (in two pieces) (in two pieces) Contract between Charles Springer (a mason) of Philadelphia and Samuel W.
Gumbel of Upper Providence Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to do masonry work on house, March O n a stormy Monday afternoon in the spring ofa stout, well-built, year-old Philadelphia newspaper editor ascended a makeshift podium assembled from a stack of packing boxes.
Surrounded by some three thousand of his fervent supporters – butchers, grocers, carpenters and craftsman, many armed for this occasion – Lewis Charles Levin had come to the main market in Philly’s heavily. THE OBSEQUIES; Departure of the President's Body from Sad Journey Towards STATIONS OF THE PEOPLE Imposing Arrangements.
CHAPTER X. Typed by Susie Koehrsen. WHEELING AS A TOWN AND CITY Incorporated - Original Surveys - Description of Early Wheeling - Topographical, Geographical and Climatic Characteristics of Wheeling in - Diseases Incident to the New Settlement - Identified Localities in - Our Market House - Early Racing and Race Courses - The City as a U.
Port of Entry - Custom House - City. NOTICE—Messrs. Bostwick, Nelson, and Moore, Sanitary Committee, meet at Mayor's office at five o'clock p.m. every s will please notify them of any sanitary measures needed in their District.
T.E. DAVENPORT, Mayor. A message from STACY is inserted in this microfilm reel stating that the newspaper was not published from September to December of due to the yellow fever epidemic.
Hugh Ramsey () was the first of the dynasty to set up the printing and bookselling business about at The Quay in Waterford. This was a prestigious address close to the Exchange and the Custom House, it remained the family address until at least the mid s.
Always wanted one o f these since i started collecting and never had the chance to pick one up it seems. This is a great example of this sought after bottle. John L. Casper was a t hird Generation whiskey maker. His grandfather started outside of Winston- Salem around He would fire up the still that was on the farm and distilled whiskey for family use.
Smith and Elder write me word they have sent by a Cunard to Boston a packet of paper, stamped etc. in London. I want it to be taken from the Custom-House, dooties paid etc., and dispatched to Miss ——, New York.
Hold your tongue, and don't laugh, you rogue. Call number: MG, Part 2, Series I This collection is in the process of being cataloged. 33 boxes 21 cubic ft. Repository: LancasterHistory (Organization); PV7 Shelving Location: Archives South, Side 3 Description: Collection contains information on Thaddeus Stevens, abolitionist and resident of Lancaster.
Part 1 contains original correspondence, his will, legal documents and published. Available in the following formats: LF Printer PDF: MB: This text-based PDF was prepared by the typesetters of the LF book. EBook PDF: KB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty.
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Blue Book: Or Register of All Officers & Clerks in the Custom House & Pest Office in the City of New York; With the Annual Compensations Annexed to Each: Government Documents: 1/1/ 1/1/ Blunt's Stranger's Guide to the City of New York: To Which Is Prefixed An Historical Sketch, General Description, Plan & Extent of the City.The PRESIDENT, DIRECTORS, AND COMPANY OF THE BANK OF THE UNITED STATES.
the proprietor of a machine, for which a patent has been granted, or of a book for which a copy-right has been obtained, may have an injunction to prevent others from using the machine, or vending the book.
or the mint, or the custom house, or the process of the. Law Dictionary - O. OATH. A declaration made according to law, before a competent tribunal or officer, to tell the truth; or it is the act of one who, when lawfully required to tell the truth, takes God to witness that what he says is true.
It is a religious act by .