Votes and Proceedings of the ... General Assembly of the State of New Jersey, Volume 59, Parts 1834-1835

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Page 113 - Resolved, That the President, in the late Executive proceedings in relation to the public revenue, has assumed upon himself authority and power not conferred by the Constitution and laws, but in derogation of both.
Page 9 - Resolved, That a Committee be appointed to inquire whether any, and if any, what alterations ought to be made in the act passed the 10th day of June, 1799, for the collection of Taxes, and that they have leave to report by bill or otherwise.
Page 329 - The committee to whom was referred so much of the governor's message, as relates to...
Page 160 - Templeton, from the committee appointed to wait on His Excellency, the Governor, reported that they had performed that duty and that the Governor would shortly communicate with the Senate by message.
Page 417 - An act securing to Mechanics and others payment for their labour and materials in erecting any house or other building within the City and County of Philadelphia to the Counties of Delaware.
Page 32 - These provisions are in the identical language of section 32 of the "act to ascertain the power and authority of the ordinary and his surrogates, to regulate the jurisdiction of the prerogative court and to establish an orphans' court in the several counties of this state,
Page 240 - That a committee be appointed to inquire whether any, and, if any, what alterations are necessary to be made in the act for arming and equipping the whole body of the militia of the United States...
Page 301 - If by a guard lock, to inswre a safe passage for the boati across the river, it will be necessary for them to run up the Pennsylvania shore some distance, before it will be safe for them to venture out into the current of the river, for fear of being drawn over the dam. The water along the shore for a distance of about one hundred feet from it, is quite shoal; consequently, it will be necessary to excavate a channel three feet deep below low water mark...
Page 16 - ... population and power. Gov. Vroom, of New Jersey, says : — ' The branches taught, (in •the schools of N. Jersey,) are the most ordinary, — the mere elements of instruction, and they are often taught very defectively. There is no uniformity in the mode or system of instruction, nor is there any approximation to it. Many of our teachers are not well qualified in point of intelligence, and some, it is feared, are not fitted to form the morals of our youth.
Page 416 - Act entitled An Act securing to Mechanics and others payment for their labour and materials in erecting any house or other building in the City and County of Philadelphia, to the Mechanics and others of the Counties of Cumberland, Northumberland, Columbia and Beaver, and for other purposes.

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