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Published in [New York?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • New Jersey -- Politics and government -- To 1775.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Edwin P. Tanner.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF137 .T
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 713 p.
Number of Pages713
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16309142M
LC Control Number10002312

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Sources utilized include the Burlington Court Book and - Gloucester County court records. [6] The Province of New Jersey, (Columbia University, ) John Edwin Pomfret, The Province of East New Jersey, The Rebellious Proprietary (Princeton University Press, ). See especially ch.5, "Philip Cartaret's Laws,". New Jersey was part of New York. Some New Jersey probate records from this period are filed in New York City. Some New Jersey probate records from this period are filed in New York City. A new war breaks out, and the Dutch send a . The Province Of New Jersey, By Edwin Platt Tanner - New Jersey – () - Pages The Shark River District, Monmouth County, New Jersey: And Genealogies Of Chambers, Corlies, Drummond, Morris, Potter, Shafto, Webley And White By George Casor Martin - () – PagesSeller Rating: % positive. (Newark: New Jersey Historical Society, ) ; Edwin Tanner, The Province of New Jersey, (New York: Columbia University Studies, ) ; William Whitehead, East Jersey Under Proprietary Governments (Newark: ); Claribel Young, Imperial, Proprietary and Freeholder.