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Province of New-Hampshire[.] By His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq; ... A proclamation.

Province of New-Hampshire[.] By His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq; ... A proclamation.

... inasmuch as three hundred and fifty men are intended to be raised by a voluntary inlistment, I have thought it [i.e., fit?] for His Majesty"s service, to publish the wages, bounty and gratuities resolved to be allowed ... Given at Portsmouth, at arms, February 28th, 1757

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Published by Printed by D. Fowle? in [Portsmouth, N.H .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Military service, Voluntary -- New Hampshire,
  • Bounties, Military -- New Hampshire,
  • New Hampshire -- History, Military

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 40924
    ContributionsWentworth, Benning, 1696-1770
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15503798M

      Benning Wentworth From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Benning Wentworth (24 July – 14 October ) was the colonial governor of New Hampshire from to Early years The eldest child of Lieutenant Governor John Wentworth, he was a great-grandson of "Elder" William Wentworth. Benning was born and died in Portsmouth, New . history of hartford,vermont, july4,aprtl4, thefirsttownonthenewhampshiregrantscharteredafter thecloseofthefrenchwar. williamhowardtucker File Size: 32MB. DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION. The most valuable part of a nation's history portrays its institutions of learning and religion. The alumni of a college which has moulded the intellectual and moral character of not a few of the illustrious living, or the more illustrious dead,—the oldest college in the valley of the Connecticut, and the only college in an ancient . The next year Benning Wentworth was appointed governor of New Hampshire, and in his commission from the king, his province was declared to extend westerly until it should meet his majesty's other governments.1 The -Wstern boundary of New York had always; both in England and America, been generally understood to be a line running from the.


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Province of New-Hampshire[.] By His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq; ... A proclamation. Download PDF EPUB FB2

APA citation style: New Hampshire Colony Governor Benning Wentowrth. () By His Excellency Benning Wentworth Esq. Captain-General, Governor and Commander in Chief in and over His Majesty's Province of New-Hampshire in New England, and Vice admiral of the same.A proclamation for a general thanksgiving to order outh.

Province of New-Hampshire[.] By His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq ; A proclamation: inasmuch as three hundred and fifty men are intended to be raised by a Province of New-Hampshire[.] By His Excellency Benning Wentworth inlistment, I have thought it [i.e. fit?] for His Majesty's service, to publish the wages, bounty and gratuities resolved to be allowed.

Province of New-Hampshire[.] By His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq ; A proclamation.: inasmuch as three hundred and fifty men are intended to be raised by a voluntary inlistment, I have thought it [i.e. fit?] for His Majesty's service, to publish the wages, bounty and gratuities resolved to be allowed.

By His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq., captain-general and governor in chief, in and over His Majesty's province of New-Hampshire, in New-England [microform]: a proclamation French settlements upon the island of Cape-Breton. Item PreviewPages: And if Benning Wentworth failed at business, so would many of his English backers and friends of his family.

By good fortune, discussions concerning New Hampshire’s emergence as a Royal British North American colony were well under way, and in King George II confirmed New Hampshire’s new status.

By His Excellency Esq;. A proclamation. book Wentworth, Esq; captain-general and commander in chief of New-Hampshire A brief. The great God having permitted a fire to lay waste a considerable part of the town of Boston recommending a general collection for the benefit of the sufferers.

BY HIS EXCELLENCY BENNING WENTWORTH, Esq; Captain General, Governor, and Commander in Chief in and over his Majesty's Province of New-Hampshire, in New-England, and Vice Admiral of the Sam, &c. A PROCLAMATION. Province of New-Hampshire[.] By His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq; A proclamation.

inasmuch as three hundred and fifty men are intended to be raised by a voluntary inlistment, I have thought it [i.e., fit?] for His Majesty's service, to publish the wages, bounty and gratuities resolved to be allowed. Province of New Hampshire. By His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq; Captain General and Commander in Chief, in and over His Majesty's province of New-Hampshire in New England.

A proclamation [For raising   Governor Benning Wentworth. Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion; City of Portsmouth; At the end of Little Harbor Road is the farm of Royal Governor Benning Wentworth ().

Appointed in by George II, Wentworth governed the province of New Hampshire for 25 years, promoting expansion as far west as Bennington, in present-day Vermont. The Children: Martha Wentworth, Benning Wentworth.

Ethan Allen (Janu [O.S. Janu ] – Febru ) was a farmer, businessman, land speculator, philosopher, writer, lay theologian, American Revolutionary War patriot, and Province of New-Hampshire[.] By His Excellency Benning Wentworth best known as one of the founders of Vermont and for the capture of Fort Ticonderoga early in the Revolutionary War.

He was the brother of Ira Allen and the father Allegiance: Great Britain, United States, Vermont. "Province of} By his excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq., Capt. New Hamp.} Generall, governor & commander-in-chief in and over the Province aforesaid: -To the Hon ble Meshech Weare, Esq., Coll of the Third Regiment of Militia in sd Province or to the Lieut.

col o or Major thereof:. Full text of "Historical sketches of Lyman, New Hampshire" See other formats. John Wentworth (Janu – Decem ) served as Lieutenant Governor for the Province of New Hampshire from to Biography.

He was a grandson of "Elder" William Wentworth (born at Alford, Lincolnshire, England, in ; died in Dover, New Hampshire, Ma ), an early settler in New m was a follower of the Rev. John Born: JanuPortsmouth, Province of. line between his province of New Hampshire and New York.

This order was proclaimed by Gov. Colden of New York, on the 10th day of April, ; and the governor of New Hampshire by proclamation, recommended to the proprietors and settlers of the "the grants," submission and due obedience to the authority and laws of the colony of New York.

ALSTEAD, with an area of 24, acres, lies in the extreme northern part of the county, in 43° 6' of north latitude, and longitude 4° 48' east from Washington,*. Benning Wentworth was born J in Portsmouth, Province of New Hampshire.

He was the eldest child of one of the most prominent families in the colony of New Hamshire. His father John Wentworth became a Lieutenant Governor and his great-grandfather was the "Elder" William Wentworth.

Benning went on to graduate from Harvard College. To inspire confidence in the validity of the New-Hampshire grants, and encourage settlements under them, the Governor of New-Hampshire issued the following Proclamation: BY HIS EXCELLENCY, BENNING WENTWORTH, E SQ.

Captain-General, Governor and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Province of New-Hampshire, in New-England, &c. A PROCLAMATION. Witness, Benning Wentworth, Esq., our Governor & Commander-in-Chief of our said Province, the Twenty-sixth day of December, in the year of our Lord Christand in the Twenty-seventh year of our Reign.

WENTWORTH. "By his Excellencys command with advice of Council. THEODORE ATKINSON, Secty. I have therefore thought fit to cause His Majesty's said proclamation to be herewith printed, and to appoint Thursday the thirteenth day of March to be observed and kept as a day of public thanksgiving throughout this province.

(Portsmouth [N.H.]: Printed by Daniel Fowle, [?]), by Benning Wentworth and New Hampshire. Governor ( When Benning Wentworth, A.B.retired as royal governor of New Hampshire in the summer ofhe was one of the richest men in New England.

That was not mere good luck. Wentworth's long career as colonial viceroy united astute administration with a level of self-dealing rare even in eighteenth-century America, which tolerated official graft quite cheerfully.

A rare late th / early th century plan of Barnard, Vermont depicting the land holdings of the original proprietors. Aside from being the earliest extant plan of the town, this is an important artifact of the dispute between colonial New York and New Hampshire over modern-day Vermont, and more generally of land speculation and settlement in late-colonial New England.

State of New Hampshire: MORNING PRAYERS, Offered by Rev. Edwin B. Young. Attended By His Excellency the Governor and Members of the Honorable Council, the Honorable Senate and House of Representatives.

January Session of the General Court on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. State of New Hampshire: MORNING PRAYERS, Offered by Rev. With graduation out of the way, John returned to Portsmouth to work in the business of his father, Mark Hunking Wentworth, merchant, mast contractor and one of the wealthiest men in New Hampshire.

John Wentworth spent the next eight years establishing himself in Portsmouth's mercantile aristocracy. “His Excellency Benning WENTWORTH Esq., A Tract of Land to contain Five Hundred Acres marked ' W.' on the Plan which is to be accounted two of the within shares. “One whole share for the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign parts.

"One share for the Gleeb of the Church of England as by law established. In testimony whereof we have caused the seal of our said province to be hereto affixed. Witness: Benning Wentworth, Esq., our Governor and Commander-in-Chief of our said province, the 18th day of August, in the year of our Lord Christ,and in the third year of our reign.

WENTWORTH. By His Excellency's command, with advice of the Counsel. Witness Benning Wentworth, Esq., our Governor and Commander in Chief of our said province, the 27th day of August, in the year of our Lord Christ, one thousand seven hundred and sixty-one, and in the first year of our reign.

WENTWORTH. By his Excellency's command, with advice of Council, THEODORE ATKINSON, Secretary. [The following is a selection of 18th-century documents from the book and does not include the comments of Pearson relating to them] A Journal of the House of Representatives at a General Assembly of his Majesty ' s Province of New Hampshire in New Engl d began and held at Portsm o in s d Province on Thursday 24 January, Anno Dom: Witness Benning WENTWORTH Esq., our Governor & Commander in Chieff of our Sd Province the Second Day of April in the Year of our Lord Christ and in the 27th Year of his Majesty's Reign By his Excellency's Command Benning WENTWORTH With advice of Council of New Hampshire April 2, Theodore ATKINSON Secy Entered and recorded in the Book.

First Royal Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth (). Benning Wentworth () was the first Royal Governor of the colony of New Hampshire, and he was Governor for 26 years (). He was born (and died) at Portsmouth (NH), one of 14 children sired by Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor John Wentworth () and his wife.

The State of New Hampshire By His Excellency Christopher T. Sununu, Governor A PROCLAMATION In the year of our Lord Two Thousand and Seventeen THE YEAR OF THE LION IN NEW HAMPSHIRE WHEREAS, A group of Chicago business leaders gathered in and as a result Lions Clubs International was born.

InBenning Wentworth was appointed governor solely of New Hampshire. Wentworth laid claim on behalf of the province to the lands west of the Connecticut River, issuing controversial land grants that were disputed by the Province of New York, which also claimed the territory.

History New Hampshire. Native Americans. Four principal groups of Algonquian-speaking native peoples inhabited New Hampshire just before European settlement.

By far the largest was the Pennacook, the name given both to the tribe centered in the Merrimack River Valley near the present site of Concord and to a larger association consisting of the central tribe and several.

Wittness Benning Wentworth, Esq our Governour and Commander in Chief of our s'd Province the second day of July in the Year of our Lord Christ and ye Twenty sevent year of our Reign By his Excellenc'y Command with the advice of Council B.

Wentworth Theodore Atkinson, Sec'y Province of New Hamps., July 2d Entered & Recorded in ye Book. A brief hiftory of NEWTON, NH: A New Chronology of the Life & Times of Jonathan Farren by Jerry Ferrin Ernest L.

Ferrin, at left, holds Shorty while his grandsons, Darrell, Jerry & Brent Ferrin, sit on the horse's back; their father, Wendel, is at right in the on the Ferrin farm near Wilmore, Comanche County, Ks, Darrell, Jerry & Brent are 9th generation. The Governor of the State of New Hampshire is an elected constitutional officer, the head of the executive branch and the highest state office in New governor is popularly elected every two years by a plurality and has no term limit.

New Hampshire will hold an election for governor on November 3, A primary is scheduled for September 8, FY Budget: $1, By His Excellency Benning Wentworth, Esq; Captain General And Governour In Chief A Proclamation. Whereas His Majesty Has Been Graciously Pleased to Order a Number of Troops, Under the Command of the Honourable Lieutenant-General St.

Clair, to Proceed From Great-Britain to Louisbourg. Whereas a great number of ill disposed persons assembled themselves together at Exeter in the Province of New Hampshire, on the 23d of April last past about 9 of the clock at night, and the[n] and there in a riotous, tumultuous and most violent manner came into the house of Captain Samuel Gilman of said Exeter (who kept a public house in said town) and did then fall upon.

New Hampshire Governor Benning WentworthAs early asBenning Wentworth, New Hampshire's governor, was selling land grants in the area west of the Connecticut River, to which New Hampshire had always laid somewhat dubious claim.

with Remarks on a Proclamation under the Hand of his Excellency George Clinton, Esq; Governor of the State of. Governor John Wentworth (). Until the province of New Hampshire was controlled politically by Massachusetts, in an increasingly fractious relationship.

Between Massachusetts claimed vast amounts of New Hampshire land all the way up to Lake Winnepesaukee. New Hampshire Governor Benning Wentworth.

As early asBenning Wentworth, New Hampshire's governor, was selling land grants in the area west of the Connecticut River, to which New Hampshire had always laid somewhat dubious claim.

Many of these grants were sold at relatively low prices to land speculators, with some land kicked back to Wentworth. InBorn: Janu ().The rhizoid-tuber-bearing mosses, Bryum tenuisetum and B. violaceum, have been found on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, on acidic sandy soil in areas of anthropogenic disturbance.Memorial Day Proclamation.

May 2, - University of New Hampshire Day. Ma - Down Syndrome Awareness Week. February 6, - New England Patriots Appreciation Week. February 2, - Black History Month. Janu - the Year of the Lion in New Hampshire. Janu - School Choice Week. Janu .