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East Jersey under the proprietary governments

William A. Whitehead

East Jersey under the proprietary governments

narrative of events connected with the settlement and progress of the province, until the surrender of the government to the crown in 1703

by William A. Whitehead

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Published by Martin R. Dennis in Newark, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New Jersey -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775

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    StatementWilliam A. Whitehead.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination486 p. :
    Number of Pages486
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23268762M

    The three types of colonial governments were royal, proprietary, and charter colonies. While each differed in the rights allowed to citizens, they were all based on three rules.   In , East and West Jersey which were joined by the crown into one colony with an elected assembly. New Jersey During the American Revolution A number of major battles occurred within the New Jersey territory during the American Revolution.


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Y William A. WhiteheadRepublished from the original edition - (PDF Mb, pp, illustrated)Whitehead's "East Jersey" is now rarely seen, but is the most frequently-cited source for information relating to the colonial period prior to Drawing upon original manuscripts and pamphlets, the author preserves a detailed account of the first settlers of the eastern division.

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The territory which would later become the state of New Jersey was settled by Dutch and Swedish colonists in the early seventeenth century. Inat the onset of the Second Anglo-Dutch War, English forces under Richard Nicolls ousted the Dutch from control of New Netherland (present-day New York, New Jersey, and Delaware), and the territory was divided into several newly.

History of Jersey; Further reading. New Jersey Archives, First Series. Newark, NJ, –, Volume 1, page Whitehead, William Adee, East Jersey under the proprietary governments. New York, New-Jersey historical society,page O'Callaghan, ed., Documents relating to the Colonial history of the State of New York, – Allegiance: Kingdom of England.

Volume II - edited by William A. Whitehead Corresponding Secretary of the New Jersey Historical Society; Author of East Jersey Under the Proprietary Governments; Contributions to the Early History of Perth Amboy and the Surrounding Country; Editor of the Papers of Lewis Morris, and an Analytical Index to the Colonial Documents of New.

The discovery and early history of New Jersey; a paper read befores the Passaic County historical society, ([n. p., ]), by William Nelson (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) East Jersey under the proprietary governments: (New York, New-Jersey historical society, ), by William A. Whitehead (page images at HathiTrust).

[16] William A. Whitehead, East Jersey under the Proprietary Governments (New Jersey Historical Society, ) (Collections of the New Jersey Historical Society, Volume I); Second edition revised and enlarged (Newark: Martin R. Dennis, ). East Jersey under the proprietary governments: (New York, New-Jersey historical society, ), by William A.

Whitehead (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: New Jersey -- History -- Periodicals. The Journal of the Rutgers University Libraries (partial serial archives) Filed under: New Jersey -- History -- Revolution, Archives (), as well as in his rambling East Jersey under the Proprietary Governments ().

In the early s Julian Boyd published New Jersey’s “Concessions,” and constitutions in a “modern scholarly edition.”12 The more recent edition of The Papers of William Penn, while not repeating the same material.

p, Duke of York's Release, MaPDF p, The King's Letter recognizing the Proprietors right to the soil and government, [Nov,], PDF p, The Fundamental Constitutions for the Province of East New Jersey,PDF p, The Letter to the Planters, PDF p, Gawen Lawries Commission, [Sept.7,], PDF p, Instructions to Governor.

East Jersey under the Proprietary Governments: A Narrative of Events Connected with the Settlement and Progress of the Province, until the Surrender of the Government to the Crown in by William Adee Whitehead.

New Jersey Historical Society, Vol. 2nd ed. (Newark: Martin R. Dennis, ). colonial point of view, see New Jersey Proprietors' Brief Account of the Province of East-New Jersey (), in WHITEHEAD, EAST JERSEY UNDER THE PROPRIETARY GOVERNMENTS (2d ed.

) 84 R. RECORDS (); R. COL. LAWS () 95, 96; 16 EARLY RECORDS OF THE TOWN OF PROVIDENCE, WILL BOOK No. 2, () Prof. Whitehead, William A., East Jersey Under the Proprietary Governments: A Narrative of Events Connected with the Settlement and Progress of the Province, Until the Surrender of the Government to the Crown inc.

reprintedMartin R. Dennis, Newark, N.J. Originally, the state of New Jersey was a single British colony, the Province of New the English Civil War, Charles II assigned New Jersey as a proprietary colony to be held jointly by Sir George Carteret and John Berkeley, 1st Baron Berkeley of ally, the collection of land fees, or quit-rents, from colonists proved inadequate for colonial profitability.

William A. Whitehead has written: 'Contributions to the early history of Perth Amboy and adjoining country' -- subject(s): History 'East Jersey under the proprietary governments' -- subject(s. Search result for g-whitehead: The Harvard Lectures of Alfred North Whitehead, - (), Studies in Whitehead's Philosophy(), New England Inns and Taverns(), East Jersey Under the Proprietary Governments.

with an Appendix Containing the Model of the Government on East New-Jersey, in America, by G. Julian P. Boyd (ed.) Fundamental Laws and Constitutions of New Jersey (Princeton, N.J.: D.

Van Nostrand ) p. All references to the constitutions of East Jersey are from this volume. Parker North Carolina Charters pp. Cited by: 1. Whitehead, William A. East Jersey under the Proprietary Governments: A Narrative of Events Connected with the Settlement and Progress of the Province, Until the Surrender of the Government to the Crown inDrawn Principally from Original Sources.: New Jersey Historical Society, File Size: KB.

) contain also information about the Jerseys under Dutch rule. Other important works are: W. Whitehead's "East Jersey under the Proprietary Governments" (New Jersey Historical Society "Collections," vol.1, ), and "The English in East and West Jersey" in Winsor's "Narrative and Critical History of America,".

East Jersey Under the Proprietary Governments: A Narrative of Events:By William Adee Whitehead. Tanner's Province of New Jersey, History of the Colony of Nova Caesarea, or New Jersey, Samuel Smith.

Isadore Mulford's Civil and Political History of New Jersey. Whitehead's East Jersey Under the Proprietary Governments. Jersey Waggon Jaunts, Heston. The First Retrospective Compilation of New Jersey Law New Jersey. Leaming, Aaron, Compiler. Spicer, Jacob Compiler. The Grants, Concessions, And Original Constitutions of the Province of New-Jersey: The Acts Passed During the Proprietary Governments, And Other Material Transactions Before the Surrender Thereof to Queen Anne, The Instrument of Surrender, And.

East Jersey also was subject to customs-related challenges and annexation efforts on the part of New York. As a result of these controversies, settlement in East Jersey during the proprietary period was slower than had been anticipated.

The disputes related to land rights and quit-rents plagued East Jersey throughout the proprietary period. East Jersey was totally different in its topography from West Jersey. The northern half of the State is a region of mountains and lakes.

As part of the original continent it had been under the ice sheet of the glacial age and was very unlike the level sands, swamps, and pine barrens of West Jersey which had arisen as a shoal and island from the.

(2) The royal colonies were under the immediate authority of the king and subject to his will and pleasure - New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Virginia, North and South Carolina, and Georgia.

[1] (3) In the proprietary colonies, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland, authority was vested in a proprietor or proprietaries, who owned the land. They also found legal refuge under lenient proprietary and charter regimes in Bermuda, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, East and West Jersey, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

A few of these pirates, unlike most of their predecessors in Jamaica, opted to settle and integrate into these cash-strapped and (in the case of South Carolina) labour-starved Author: John Donoghue.

In addition to this, New York had another opportunity up until when East Jersey, along with West Jersey (both Proprietary colonies) were administered as either part of New York Province - a Royal Colony once the Duke became King James II - or the Dominion of New England.

The governments of the colonies were formed in different manners and with various structures. Each colony was set up in a way such that by the mids, they had a strong capacity for self-government and held local elections. Some early colonial governments foreshadowed elements that would be found in the U.S.

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Purchase of proprietary goods or services Use of "brand name or equivalent" pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A and 18AA Cancellation or postponement of receipt of bids or proposals Concessions Miscellaneous circumstances The governments of New-England, New-York, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and a part of Carolina, were thus created.

In all of them, the soil, at the time the grants were made, was occupied by the Indians. Yet almost every title within those governments is .Bergen County is the most populous county in the U.S. state of New Jersey. As of the Census estimate, the county's population wasan increase of % from the census, which in turn represented an increase of 20, (%) from thecounted in the Census.

Located in the northeastern corner of New Jersey and its Gateway Region, Congressional districts: 5th, 8th, 9th.