A True and faithful narrative of the proceedings of the House of Burgesses of North Carolina

met in Assembly for the said province at Newbern, Feburary [sic] 5th 1739. On the articles of complaint exhibited before them against the Honourable William Smith, Esq; chief justice of the said province, for high crimes and misdemeanors done and committed by the said William Smith in the execution of his office. : Published for the justification of the gentlemen members of that House, who voted the said articles sufficiently proved for the said chief justice to be charged therewith. : Addressed to the freeholders of North-Carolina. : [Three lines from Proverbs]
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Printed by William Parks? , [Williamsburg, Va.?
Smith, William, -- d. 1744., North Carolina -- Politics and government -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 4582.
ContributionsNorth Carolina. General Assembly. House of Burgesses.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 52 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14616360M

A True and faithful narrative of the proceedings of the House of Burgesses of North Carolina, met in Assembly for the said province at Newbern, Feburary [sic] 5th On the articles of complaint exhibited before them against the Honourable William Smith, Esq; chief justice of the said province, for high crimes and misdemeanors done and.

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Boyd, Duke University* A True and Faithful Narrative of the Proceedings of the House of Burgesses of North Carolina (C. ) IJSTTEODUCTION This pamphlet is illustrative of a notable incident in the history of the colonial judiciary of North Carolina, the attempt to impeach. House of Burgesses, representative assembly in colonial Virginia, an outgrowth of the first elective governing body in a British overseas possession, the Virginia General Assembly.

The General Assembly was established at Jamestown on Jand included the governor, a council, and 22 burgesses.

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A Petition of Benjamin Needler, was presented to the House, and read; praying an Allowance for a Slave, who ran away with an outlaw'd Slave of the Petitioner's, to North-Carolina; and having there committed a Robbery, and being pursued and overtaken, presented a Gun against his Pursuers, and was by one of them shot dead on the Spot.

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House of Burgesses: Journals of the House of burgesses of Virginia, (Richmond, Va. [The Colonial press, E. Waddey co. ], ), also by H. McIlwaine and Virginia State Library (page images at HathiTrust). North Carolina. General Assembly. House of Burgesses. OCLC Number: Notes: For Mar. Apr. 12, Caption title.

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SIR, WE, his Majesty's most dutiful and loyal Subjects, the Burgesses of Virginia, now met in General Assembly, return your Honour our sincere Thanks for your affectionate Speech at the Opening of this Session. The House of the Burgesses (book) Details Category: House of the Burgesses Published on Friday, 19 February Written by Super User Hits: THE HOUSE OF THE BURGESSES.

Being a Genealogical History of William Burgess of Richmond (later King George) County, Virginia, His Son, Edward Burgess of Stafford (later King George) County. House of Burgesses () The Virginia House of Burgesses was the colonies first elected legislative body.

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SESSION BEGUN NOV. 2, I [So far as the writer knows, there is no journal of the Hotuse of Burgesses for this session, but in the " McDonald Papers," Virginia State Library, is a copy of the jouirnal of the council, sitting as upper house of the General Assembly.

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