|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 44415.|
|Contributions||Livingston, William, 1723-1790.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
By His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire A proclamation.: Whereas by a certain act of the Council and General Assembly of this state, intitled, an Act for rendering more effectual two certain acts therein mentioned, passed the fourth day of June last. By His Excellency William Livingston, Esq. a Proclamation.: to appoint the said second Thursday of December next, to be set apart and observed as a . By His Excellency William Livingston, Esquire Proclamation: to recommend the said twenty-sixth day of November next, to be set apart and observed as a day of publick thanksgiving and prayer Given under my hand and seal at arms, in Perth-Amboy, the twenty-eighth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine.. [William . Livingston, William, Uniform series Early American imprints. First series ; no. Notes Charging all justices of the peace to carry out the prescribed punishments against British sympathizers. Signed: By His Excellency's command, Cha. Pettit, secretary. Wil. Livingston. God save the people. Imprint supplied by Evans.
By His Excellency Thomas Pownall, Esq; A proclamation.: Whereas in an by and act of this government, intituled, An act providing for the reception and accommodation of his majesty's forces within this province given at Boston, the fifth day of December By His Excellency Thomas Pownall, Esq;. By His Excellency William Shirley, Esq; A proclamation.: Whereas the great and General Court or assembly of this province have, in their present session, granted an encouragement to such persons as shall form themselves into companies to penetrate into the Indian country, in order to captivate and kill such of said Indians as have by this government . This first volume in the Abingdon Press series Horizons in Theology addresses the major concerns and questions for preaching as it intersects with theology. William H. Willimon, recognized as one of today's master interpreters of the theology and practice of preaching, explains why, in the words of the Second Helvetic Confession, "The preaching of the word of /5. William Livingston to Lord Stirling (William Alexander), Septem Livingston tactfully denies a request from an American general, Lord Stirling, for a pass for his daughter, Lady Mary (Alexander) Watts, to come to New Jersey from New York.
In Boston two official proclamations were issued in response to the March market riot, one by Lieutenant Governor Spencer Phips () and the other by Governor Jonathan Belcher (). Both, as expected, denounced the rioters. But Belcher’s proclamation was highly unusual in one regard. By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley Esq. A proclamation: Whereas I have received Her Majesties commands that no trade or commerce whatsoever, be holden with the subjects of the crown of Spain nor supplys whatsoever be given to the subjects of the French king These are therefore strictly to inhibit subjects of the provinces of. By His Excellency Thomas Pownall, Esq; A proclamation. Whereas in an by and act of this government, intituled, An act providing for the reception and accommodation of his majesty's forces within this province given at Boston, the fifth day of December By His Excellency Jonathan Belcher, Esq; A proclamation. Whereas on the twenty-fifth day of March last the lieutenant governour issued a proclamation for discovering and apprehending the persons concerned in a dangerous and violent riot committed the night preceding, within the town of Boston.