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  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, February 1721, Journal Book X, 01 February 1721-28 February 1721

    in the Minutes of the 28th of last month), ordered that the draught of a representation be prepared, proposing Cadwalader Colden and James Alexander, Esqrs., to be of the Council of New York, instead of Peter Schuyler and Adolphus Philips,

    America and West Indies, February 1721, 01 February 1721-28 February 1721

    the King. Recommend dismissal of Peter Schuyler and Adolphus Philips from the Council of New York, and appointment of Cadwalader Colden and James Alexander in their stead, as proposed by Governor Burnet. 1 pp . [ C.O . 5, 1079.

    Queene hith warde

    thereabout, so that men are forced to descend into the body of the church: it hath bin called of many Colden 3 Abbey , of some, Cold Abbey 3 or Cold Bey , & so hath the most ancient writings,

    Extracts from the Records, 1584, Oct-Dec

    and lords of secreitt counsale at [ blank ] . Et sic subscribitur : James R., P. Gray, James Stewart. Colden Inglis, vnlawet, chairge colletouris James Cowdane and Archibald Inglis, beand callit and accuset for breaking of the staipill of

    America and West Indies, July 1729, 11-20, 01 July 1729-31 July 1729

    in reply to the Assembly who charged them with violating their privileges etc. 30th Aug., 1728. Signed, Robert Walter, Cadwalader Colden, James Alexander, Lewis Morris, junr. 5? pp. 827 . xiv . Lewis Morris , jr., to Governor Montgomerie and

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/027/026/002

    whole life it has been observed is but a long childhood. [+ ] [+ ] Historical Note form Burke or Colden . It is a principle perfectly distinguishable from that of Anger, tho ' the effects it displays itself in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of free trade now admitted that the abolition of the corn has could not be delayed much longer (Cheers.) Mt Colden then came forward amid loud cheering, wiving of hats and handkercliefs, and other enthusiastic demonstrations. He said if he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C.arles, Grosvenor square Fitz-erald, Geo. Williom, Laurence Pountney hill Foarquhar, Sir W. E., lG St James street Fletcher, John B., Colden square Geod, Henry, Queen s,reet Grey, Charles Samnuel,Esq., 6 Chester street Guthrie, Geo. Janes, Esq., Berkeley street Graves, Capt., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 Jre irel-A pl to 1,funeteiBr reIil- B~rOII g.-anted, ia reeoai st.tYaacssodt £ hetrd e, r Desl no hr ater .- .p Ca ona a2mp wornthin. eSoud AG2ENCIES, THAVELLER8. AGENTS Waintod, to push fixt-elosasLubrlrstine Oils.commanding, A 1 large and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rW1NG ±ilo1SE AND LAND_ ed26 M, rt 'lIiyhnrol~re.£0-1l '0>a~2sor -o (nlocrf~Olrc to ,_rI22,Cannrtoo~ -L___4 fv~lp10.I Icaht ro01m11, dressing rooto - p 4.1 ivid ("CC,1till~t IIrvO ~ ~'uotC eiu~(Co~lI'l loto. 1011 church.C II t'It!~.rcr'1, 22, C 1000n S~r 0930f 7o. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of 100 sovs 31b, mee twice or 200 oib, of 400 71b extra; maidens allowed lib. Six offej furlongs. Gannet Colden Ray Iceland ont C by lngeraft-Ladyl'by Springdeld-Ivy Aladdin see Ellzabetts Diotin Virole Nightcap whoS Lasly Katherine Glengyle Kting Harry Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 April 1731, 27 April 1731

    re- 41 port the Bill to the Houfe, without any Amendment." i< " I. Extraft of a Report from Cadwal/ader Colden, His Majefty's Surveyor in New Tork, fo far as the fame relates to the Navigation of the River of Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1766, 14 January 1766

    of His Majefty's Forces iff " North America." <f OElo'r 28th. Copy of a Letter from Lieutenant Go- " vernor Colden to Mr. Secretary Conway, New Tork, " 23d Sept'r, 1765;" enciofing, " Copy of a Letter from Mr. James Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1766, 14 January 1766

    to " Lieut. Governor Golden, 15th DecernV, 1765." " Nov'r 15th. Copy of a Letter from Lieut. Gover- " nor Colden to Mr. Secretary Comvay, New York, 12th " October 1765-," enclofing, " Printed Copy of The Conßitutional Courant." " Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1766, 10 February 1766

    Governor Bernard in Council." « D°. Copy of a Letter from Lieutenant Governor " CoPy of Minutes of Council." •' Colden to Mr. Secretary Conway, New Tork, 13th De~ ti ___ ->;-v -enclofing ^ F^r>' X766' CoPy of a Lette)i Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1770, 4 May 1770

    to His Majefty for that Purpofe, on the 30th of tc 2. Extraö: of a Letter from Lieutenant Governor " Colden to the Earl of Hillfiorough, dated New " Tork, 2ift February 1770. " 3. Extraa of a Letter from Subscribers-only content

 

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