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Proceedings and Address of the New-Jersey State Convention Books

  • Autor: Democratic Party New Jersey
  • Editor: Forgotten Books
  • Relaese Date: 27 September 2015
  • ISBN: 1331455936
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • Number of page: 26 pages
  • File Size: 26MB
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Excerpt from Proceedings and Address of the New-Jersey State Convention: Assembled at Trenton, on the Eighth Day of January, 1828, Which Nominated Andrew Jackson for President, John C. Calhoun for Vice-President, of the United States Resolved, That the friends of Andrew Jackson, in the State of New-Jersey, be requested to meet in their respective counties, and appoint Delegates to meet in Convention at Trenton, on the third Wednesday in September next, for the purpose of selecting suitable persons to be supported at the ensuing election, to represent this State in the Congress of the United Slates. Resolved, That the members of this Convention pledge themselves to use all lawful means to promote the success of the Electoral Ticket agreed upon by this Convention. Resolved, That Capt, John W. Mickle, Peter D. Vroom, Cornelius Ludlow, Garret D. Wall, and Samuel B. Miller, esquires, be a Committee to prepare and publish an Address to the Electors of this Slate, to be signed by the President, Vice Presidents, and Secretaries. Resolved, That the following persons be appointed Committees in the several counties to correspond with each other in furtherance of the views of ibis Convention: - Bergen - Hon. George Cassedy, Hackejnsack- Major Andrew P. Hopper, Saddle River- Col. Henry B. Hagerman, Franklin- Samuel Swartwout, Hoboken- Samuel Cassedy, Jersey City. Essex - William Chetwood, Elizabeth-Town- Rev. William Hagadorn, Newark- John L. Huuson, Caldwell- John Travers, Paterson- Elias Van Arsdale, jr. Newark. Morris - Daniel C. Martin, Morristown- Henry A. Ford, do.- George H. Ludlow, Millington- Peter C. Bowne, Schooley's Mountain- Elijah Ward, Chatham. Sussex - Villiam T. Anderson, Newton- Samuel Price, Branchville- George H. McCarter, Newton- Simeon McCoy, Deckerstown- Robert A. Linn, Hamburg. Warren - William Kennedy, Still Valley- John Young, Belvidere- Jonathan W. Ingham, Mansfield, Asbury P.O.- Grant Filch, Johnsonburgh- Daniel Vleit, Hacketts-Town. Hunterdon - Peter I. Clark, Flemington- Colonel Richard Coxe, Pitsstown- Major William Hunt, Hunt's Mills- Doctor John Lilly, Lambertsville- Isaac Welling, Hopewell. Somerset - William A. Van Doren, Peapack- Nicholas C. Jobs, Liberty Corner- John M. Mann, Somerville- Jamaes S. Green, Princeton- Joseph W. Scott, New-Brunswick. Monmouth - Joseph W. Reckless, Upper Freehold- Daniel B. Ryall, Freehold- Thomas G. Haight, Shrewsbury- Colonel Augustus Bennett, Middletown- Andrew Simpson, Howell. Middlesex - James Parker. Perth Amboy- John Outcalt, South Amboy- James Stryker, Woodbridge- Littleton Kirkpairick, NewBrunswick- Joseph McChesney, South Branch. Burlington - John L. McKnight, Bordentown- John Realty, Mount Holly- Walter Wilson, Burlington- James Hunter Sterling, do.- Volney B. Palmer, Mount-Holly. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully- any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Information about the article author can not be found or continues to be taken away within the demand on the article author. Perhaps you may very well be thinking about different publications by the Democratic Party New Jersey. We had arrived competent to acquire the majority of the many iformatsii available for you. To get creators of these studies: site isn't going to extend to public gain access to your own publications on the webpages just opening specifics of the book. If you believe that this site is infringing, remember to email people about this so if you are in truth the article author of such training books, we are going to immediately take away webpages from your web site.

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