2 edition of A Brief account of the province of East-Jersey in America found in the catalog.
A Brief account of the province of East-Jersey in America
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 24022|
|Contributions||Penn, William, 1644-1718, Board of Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New Jersey|
|The Physical Object|
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The original grants to Berkeley and Carteret divided the region in two. The split was further defined in the Quintipartite Deed of , which divided the province into East and West Jersey. East Jersey was held by Carteret. In William Penn and 11 other Quakers purchased East Jersey from Carteret's widow. The historic New Jersey, a trip to discover the hidden treasures of its cities, meet its people, and relive the past events that made history. Check out Arcadia Publishing!
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Brief account of the province of East-Jersey in America. London: Printed for Benjamin Clark, in George-Yard in Lombard street, bookseller, MDCLXXXII  (OCoLC) Get this from a library.
A Brief account of the province of East-Jersey in America. [William Penn;].A Brief account of the province of East-Jersey in America [microform] / published by the present proprietors thereof, viz, William Penn [et al.], for information of all such persons who are or may be inclined to setle themselves, families and servants in that country Printed for Benjamin Clark London.
([London: s.n.], ), by Robert Evelyn (HTML at EEBO TCP) A Brief account of the province of East-Jersey in America published by the present proprietors thereof, viz, William Penn [et al.], for information of all such persons who are or may be inclined to.
A Brief account of the province of East-Jersey in America published by the present proprietors thereof, viz, William Penn [et al.], for information of all such persons who are or may be inclined to setle themselves, families and servants in that country.
Penn, William, / [?]. His history of proprietary East New Jersey is a companion volume toThe Province of West New Jersey, –Though the two proprietaries were united as a royal colony inthere were great differences between them: West Jersey was a Quaker colony while East Jersey was a combination of ethnic and religious elements, especially New England Puritan and Scottish Calvinist.
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 Volume 1 of Collections of the New Jersey Historical Society: Author: William Adee Whitehead: Illustrated by: William Adee Whitehead: Edition: 2: Publisher: M.
The Fundamental Constitutions for the Province of East New Jersey in America, Anno Domini Since the right of government, as well as soil, is in the four and twenty Proprietors, and that the same is confirmed to them a new by a late patent from James Duke of York pursuant to patent granted to Him from the King; the Proprietors for the.
An historical and geographical account of the province and country of Pensilvania: and of West-New-Jersey in America ; with a map of both countries by Thomas, Gabriel.
Inwhen the English conquered New Amsterdam, the present State of New Jersey had been for some years a part of New Netherland. Pomfret describes meticulously the founding of the colony, the circumstances of the division between East and West New Jersey, and the various problems which faced the settlers and the proprietors of East New Jersey first under the family of Sir George.
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 of Berkeley and Carteret''s grant from the Duke of York.
A brief account of the province of East-Jersey, in America, published by the present proprietors, for information of all such persons who are or may be inclined to settle themselves, families and servants.
The Province of New Jersey, Divided into East and West, commonly called the Jerseys Author RATZER, Bernard (fl. ) & William FADEN, () Book condition Used Quantity available 1 Publisher Wm.
Faden Place of Publication London Date published Bookseller catalogs North America. The Province of West New Jersey, a history of the origins of an American colony. John Edwin Pomfret. Octagon Books, - History - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a acres America Amsterdam Andros appointed arrived assembly Basse Burlington Court Book Burlington Monthly Meeting.
In this division Carteret took East Jersey, the government of which he retained; and the trustees of Billinge, West Jersey. The Duke of York, though he had conveyed away his powers of government when he sold the province to Berkley and Carteret, inunjustly claimed West Jersey as a.
(shelved 1 time as nj-history) avg rating — ratings — published Want to Read saving. Scale ca. Sectioned and mounted on cloth backing. Prime meridian: Philadelphia. Relief shown by hachures. Shows county boundaries and "Division line run in between East New Jersey and West New Jersey." "This map has been drawn from the survey made in by Bernard Ratzer and from another large survey of the northern parts by Gerard Banker." "In this second edition.
Scale ca.Hand colored. LC copy imperfect: Deteriorated along folds. Prime meridian: Philadelphia. Relief shown by hachures.
Cartographic source note in English and French. Shows county boundaries and "Division line run in between East New Jersey and West New Jersey." "This map has been drawn from the survey made in by Bernard Ratzer and from another large survey.
Berkeley sold this portion of land to John Fenwick, who wanted to start a Quaker colony in America. East Jersey Area of New Jersey colony granted to Sir George Carteret in An historical and geographical account of the province and country of Pensilvania; and of West-New-Jersey in America.
The richness of the soil, the sweetness of the situation, the wholesomeness of the air, the navigable rivers, and others, the prodigious encrease of corn, the flourishing condition of the city of Philadelphia, with the stately buildings, and other improvements there.
A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies was written with the task of informing the King of Spain about the murder and gold hoarding that was occurring in the New World. The purpose of the expeditions was primarily to convert the natives to Christianity and save them from eternal damnation.map The Province of New Jersey, divided into East and West, commonly called the Jerseys.
Division line run in between East New Jersey and West New s: 1.Province of New Jersey; Filed under: New Jersey -- History -- Colonial period, ca. The Quaker Colonies: A Chronicle of the Proprietors of the Delaware, by Sydney George Fisher (Gutenberg text) Proceedings, constitution, by-laws, list of members, &c.
of the Surveyors' association of West New Jersey.