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1901.

Connecticut Constitution; Melbert B. Cary.

140 p. 8°.

New Haven, 1900.

Constitution (1818-1901), including amendments and excluding such parts as are not now in force, also constitution of United States.

44 p. 4to.

Hartford [Nov. 20], 1901.

2d ed.

44 p. 4to.

Hartford [Dec. 14], 1901.

Revision of Constitution; revised by George M. Clark.

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Constitutional Convention; printed resolutions [consisting of resolutions, etc., concerning a new constitution]. Various paging. 8°.

n.t.p. N.D.

Proposed Constitution to be submitted to electors for adoption or rejection, June 16, 1902. 20 p. 8°.

n.p. N.D.

Constitution; proposed amendment in the form of a revision of the

constitution, Sept. 10, 1907.

12 p. 8°.

n.p. N.D.

DAKOTA TERRITORY.

HISTORICAL.

1849. A portion of the district formed part of Minnesota Territory. (See Minnesota.)

1857. First settlement (at Sioux Falls).

1861. Territory of Dakota organized by Act of Congress, Mar. 2, (included Montana, and parts of Idaho and Wyoming).

1864, 1868. Limits of Territory fixed as at present represented by North and South Dakota. (See Idaho, Montana, Wyoming.) See North Dakota and South Dakota.

BIBLIOGRAPHY.

Title of legislative body "Legislative Assembly."

Session laws called "Laws."

For account of legislation, see preface to "Revised Codes" of North Dakota, Bismarck, 1905.

SESSION LAWS.

xvi + 561 +38 p. 8°.
ix + 331 p. 8°.
xi + 178 p. 8°.
x + 344 p. 8°.
x + 605 p. 8°.
xliii + 154 p. 8°.
xii + 327 p. 8°.
xii + 408 p. 8°.
xix + 671 p. 8°.
xix + 271 p. 8°.
xviii + 415 p. 8°.

1st Session, Mar. 1862.
2d Session, Dec. 1862.
3d Session, Dec. 1863.
4th Session, Dec. 1864.
5th Session, Dec. 1865.
6th Session, Dec. 1866.
7th Session, Dec. 1867.
8th Session, Dec. 1868.
9th Session, Dec. 1870.
10th Session, Dec. 1872.
11th Session, Dec. 1874.
12th Session, [Jan. 9, 1877.]

13th Session, Jan. 1879. 14th Session, Jan. 1881. 15th Session, Jan. 1883. 16th Session, Jan. 1885. 17th Session, Jan. 1887. 18th Session, Jan. 1889.

[In "Revised Codes," 1877.]
vii + 207 p. 8°.
xvi + 452 p. 8°.
xii + 411 p. 8°.
xxxv + 321 p. 8°.
xlviii + 423 p. 8°.
Ivi + 194 p. 8°.

STATUTES (Compilations, Revisions, Digests, Codes).

Revised Codes (1877); George H. Hand. (Published by authority.)

xxvi +976 p. 8°.

(1880); 2d ed. G. H. Hand.

xliii946 p. 8°.

Yankton, 1877.

Yankton, 1880.

In Harvard Law School, also in Department of Justice.

Annotated Revised Codes (1885); A. B. Levisee and L. Levisee. 2d ed.; with supplement by Robert Desty showing changes affected by Acts of 1885.

xiii (1) +1654 + xxxvi + 225 p. 8°.

St. Paul, 1885.

Social Law Library, contains an edition of 1883, edited by A. B. Levisee and L. Levisee.

Compiled Laws (1887); Caldwell and Price.

xxii 1428 p. 8°.

Bismarck, Dak., 1887.

DELAWARE.

HISTORICAL.

1610. Delaware river and bay explored by English under Lord de la Warr.

1631. First settlement by Dutch, near present town of Lewes. Destroyed by Indians.

1637. Settlement by Swedes at Christina Harbor.

1654. Swedish dominion ended by Dutch from New Amsterdam under Peter Stuyvesant.

1664. Charter of Charles II to James, Duke of York, covering all lands between Connecticut river and Delaware bay.

1681. Part of Delaware included in grant by Duke of York to William Penn ("The Three Lower Counties on the Delaware

"The Territories ").

1701. Charter of Charles II to William Penn.
1776. Sept. 21, State constitution proclaimed.
1787. Ratification of Federal Constitution.

U. S. Charters and Const's, Part I, p. 270.
Messersmith's "Government of Delaware."

BIBLIOGRAPHY.

Title of legislative body "General Assembly."
Session laws called "Laws."

SESSION LAWS (Folio).

The Charlemagne Tower Collection of Colonial Laws shows the following, published in folio form:

(1) Laws of Government (1741), of Newcastle, Kent and Sussex upon Delaware. Published by order of Assembly. Printed and sold by B. Franklin.

(2)

1 leaf3-178 + 1 leaf + 3-8

Also in Harvard Law School.

p.

Folio.

Philadelphia, 1741.

(1752), published by order of Assembly. Printed and sold

by B. Franklin and D. Hall.

1 leaf + 3-361 + i-xvii p. Folio.

Also in Harvard Law School.

Philadelphia, 1752.

The Charlemagne Tower Collection - Continued.

(3) Laws of Government (1763). Printed by James Adams.

Marked "Vol. II.”

1 leaf +1 leaf + iv + 1-81 p. Folio.

Philadelphia, 1763.

See "Laws of the Government" etc. (1763–75) post.

(4) Session, Oct. 20, 1733.
Adjourned Session, Mar. 17,
1733 (4).

(5) Session, Oct. 20, 1779.
Adjourned Session, Mar. 29, 1780.

(6) Session, Oct. 1779.
Adjourned Session, June 8, 1780.

(7) Session, Oct. 20, 1780.

Adjourned Session, May 28, 1781.

Printed and sold by B.
Franklin.

24 p. Folio. Philadelphia, 1734.
[Wilmington, James Adams,
1780.]

p. 21-35. Folio.
[Wilmington, James Adams,
1780.]

p. 40-67. Folio.
[Wilmington, James Adams,
1781.]

p. 51–55. Folio.

(8) Session Oct. 20, 1781. Continued by adjournments, "being their sixth session." Printed by James Adams.

1 leaf3-15 p. Folio.

Wilmington, 1782.

Laws of the Government (1763-75) of New Castle, Kent and Sussex upon Delaware. "Vol. II." Printed by James Adams. [Published by order of Assembly.]

(2) + iv + 351 p. Folio.

Wilmington, 1763.

The expression “Vol. II" on title page is unexplained. There does not appear to have been any Vol. I. Pages 1 to 81 comprise a revision of the laws to November 2, 1762.

Appended to the foregoing revision (from p. 83 to p. 351) are original session laws of the following subsequent sessions:

Session, Oct. 20, 1763. p. 83. (No laws shown.)

Adjourned Session, Mar. 31 [1764]. pp. 83-97.

pp. 99–106.

pp. 107-123.
pp. 125–131.
pp. 133–153.

Session, Oct. 20, 1764.
Session, Oct. 20, 1766.
Session, Oct. 20, 1767.
Session, Oct. 20, 1768.
Session, Oct. 20, 1769. p. 155. (No laws shown.)
Adjourned Session, Mar. 24, [1770]. pp. 155-222.
Session, Oct. 20, 1770. p. 223. (No laws shown.)
Adjourned Session, Nov. 3, [1770]. pp. 223-227.
Session, Oct. 20, 1771. p. 229. (No laws shown.)
Adjourned Session, June 13, [1772]. pp. 229-278.

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