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Votes and proceedings of the General Assembly of the province of New-Jersey. At a session of General Assembly held at Burlington; began March 3,and continued till the 10th day of the same month. Get this from a library. Votes and proceedings of the General Assembly of the province of New-Jersey: At a session of General Assembly, began at Burlington, November 26,and continued till the 30th following.
Being the twelfth session of the twentieth assembly of New-Jersey. [New Jersey. Legislature. General Assembly.]. Get this from a library. Votes and proceedings of the General Assembly of the province of New-Jersey: At a session held at Perth-Amboy ; began March 27,and continued till the 7th day of April following.
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At a session of General Assembly, began at Burlington, March 14,and continued till the 27th of the same month. Being the second session of the twenty-first assembly of New-Jersey.
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Rhode Island - Rhode Island ratifies its constitution inand bans citizens from voting once “convicted of bribery or of any crime deemed infamous at common law, until expressly restored to the right of suffrage by an act of General Assembly.” New Jersey - Like Rhode Island, New Jersey’s constitution disenfranchises convicted.That the government of this province shall, according to the powers of the patent, consist of the Governor and freemen of the said province, in form of a provincial Council and General Assembly, by whom all laws shall be made, officers chosen, and public affairs transacted, as is .General Clarke, who informs me of it, kindled the vapour, staid about an hour, and left it burning.
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