State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, March session, 1781.

Whereas by an act of this assembly, passed at November session, apportioning three hundred and eight men ... to be raised ... resolved, that the committees of the delinquent towns ... make return of the persons by them detached ...
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The Hazard family of Rhode Island, being a genealogy and history of the descendants of Thomas Hazard. () - Robinson, Caroline E.

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Full text of "Public laws of the state of Rhode-Island and Providence plantations, as revised by a committee, and finally enacted by the General assembly at the session in January, To which are prefixed, the Charter of Charles II., Declaration of independence, resolution of General assembly to support the Declaration of independence, resolution of General assembly to support the.

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Ancestry and early life. Born August 16, in Warwick in the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, William Greene was the son of William Greene Sr. who had served for 11 one-year terms as the governor of the Rhode Island colony, and the great grandson of John Greene Jr.

who had served for ten years as the deputy governor of the colony. Parents: William Greene Sr. and Catharine Greene. Jan 17,  · Bartlett, Records of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations in New England, Vol. VIII, toIbid. Bruce C. MacGunnigle, Regimental Book: Rhode Island Regiment for &c.

(East Greenwich, RI: Rhode Island Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, ), Author: Cameron Boutin. Jan 13,  · The organization of the Militia in colonial Rhode Island was established by law.

Five county regiments and the number of companies in each town were specified. Annually the General Assembly approved the locally elected officers for the trained bands (companies of militia) at its session in May or the next session in June.

Jan 26,  · The ratification of the United States Constitution by Rhode Island was the decision by the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations ("Rhode Island") to accede to the United States Constitution.

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It was a controversial process which occurred only after the United States threatened a trade embargo against Rhode Island for non-compliance. The Online Review of Rhode Island History has been formed to promote the state's wonderful history.

We intend to offer a variety of articles intended for a popular. Nov 25,  · State of Rhode Island and Providence plantations. In General Assembly, February session, An act for incorporating and bringing into the field twelve hundred able-bodied effective men, of the militia, to serve within this State for one montAuthor: Abraham Lincoln.

Inhowever, the general officers’ terms, including the General Treasurer’s term of office, were increased from one to two years. In the decades between the s and s, Rhode Island state government underwent a series of significant reorganizations.

Walter Clarke (–) was an early governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations and the first native-born governor of the colony. The son of colonial President Jeremy Clarke, he was a Quaker like his father.

His mother was Frances (Latham) Clarke, who is often called "the Mother of Governors."While in his late 20s, he was elected as a deputy from Newport, and in Governor: John Cranston, Peleg Sanford. 4 Book auctions 4 Books and reading At head of title: State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.

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Colonel William Richmond's Regiment of Rhode Island State Troops (November - January ) The Regiment was authorized on October 31, in the Rhode Island State troops as Richmond's Regiment.

Organized in November to consist of 8 companies. Adopted in November into the Continental Army and assigned to the Eastern Department. Inthe state's General Assembly appointed a committee to determine if Rhode Island's acceptance of the federal constitution could be considered invalid.

Rhode Island's actual service in the war was more active than this political history might suggest. Governor Jones originally balked at sending the required troops for federal service.

Public laws of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. Passed since the session of the General Assembly. ([Providence, R.I., s.n.,), by Rhode Island (page images at HathiTrust) Leyes y resoluciones expedidas por los Congresos Ordinario y Extraordinario.

The Old Colony House, also known as Old State House or Newport Colony House, is located at the east end of Washington Square in the city of Newport, Rhode Island, United States.

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In General Assembly, February session, [electronic resource]: Whereas it will be necessary, in the settlement of the amount of the money due to the officers and soldiers belonging to this state, now in the continental battalions, on account of the depreciation of the currency.

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A printed broadside of the United States Bill of Rights Broadside. In every state but Rhode Island sent delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Providence-Plantations.

In General Assembly, October Session, A.D. It is Voted and Resolved, That the Secretary be directed to cause to be printed One Hundred and. Providence, R.I.: s.n. Broadside 1 21 Abolition and slavery: State of Rhode-Island and Providence-Plantations.

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In General Assembly. June session, an act to incorporate certain persons by the name of the Providence Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery. Providence, R.I.: .In he was again returned to office for one term. In he represented the first ward on the Board of Aldermen, serving until For seven years Mr.

White served as a member of the Rhode Island General Assembly, representing Providence from toand again in Scope and content: This collection of documents relating to the government of the state of Rhode Island has been collected over the years from a variety of sources.

It is divided into the following series. Series listing. Series I: General Assembly Acts and Resolves, Miscellaneous Rhode Island records arranged chronologically,