3 edition of Journal of the Assembly of the state of New-York, at their twenty-eighth session ... 1804 found in the catalog.
Journal of the Assembly of the state of New-York, at their twenty-eighth session ... 1804
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 9014|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||371|
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Autobiography of Asa Biggs, Including a Journal of a Trip from North Carolina to New York in Raleigh, [N.C.]: Edwards & Broughton, 51 p. Boggs, William Robertson. On January 6 the Indiana General Assembly ratifies the site selection on the White River in central Indiana as the permanent state capital of Indiana and names it Indianapolis, the state's new seat of government.; Alexander Ralston and Elias Pym Fordham are appointed to survey the site selected for the new state capital.; The town's first two justices of the peace are appointed on January 9.Christopher G.
Donovan Speaker:DONOVAN, Christopher G. (Present), born in Drexel Hills, Penn. // Donovan was elected to the Connecticut General Assembly in representing the 84th Assembly District of Meriden, Conn.
He later served as House Chair of the Labor and Public Employees Committee from to and was elected Majority Leader, serving from November to A native of Wood county, Ohio, he was born on the 5th of May,and is a son of Henry and Calista (Calkins) Hiser, the former a native of Ohio, while the latter was born in New York.
Their marriage occurred in Ohio, in which state the father passed away, after which the mother came to Iowa and lived with her son until her death.