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Acts and Laws of his Majesty's province (etc.); with sundry Acts of
Parliament. Prefixed (are] commissions of President John
See note to Temporary Laws of same imprint date.
Adjourned " Session. 32-33 p.
6, 1715. 57-59 p.
The following are contained in this volume: -
frauds and regulating abuses in the plantation trade. p. 209. 9 and 10 Wm. III (1698–99). Act for the better payment of
inland bills of exchange. p. 218. 6 Ann. (1704). An act for ascertaining the rate of foreign coins
in her Majesty's plantations in America. p. 220. 3 and 4 Ann. (1701-02]. Act for giving like remedy upon
promissory notes as is now used upon bills of exchange, and for
the better payment of inland bills of exchange. p. 222. Sundry paragraphs from Statutes of Geo. I and Geo. Il relating to
the preservation of the woods in America. pp. 225-227. 2 Geo. II (1728-29). An act for the better regulation and gov
ernment of seamen in the merchant service. p. 229.
Acts of Parliament - Continued. - 5 Geo. 11 (1731-32). An act for the more easy recovery of debts
in his Majesty's plantations and colonies in America. p. 233. 13 Geo. II (1739–40). An act for the increase of mariners and
seamen to navigate merchant ships and other trading ships or
vessels. p. 235. 23 Geo. 11 (1749–50). Act to encourage the importation of pig
and bar iron from his Majesty's colonies in America, and to prevent the erection of any mill, or other engine for slitting or rolling of iron, or any plating forge to work with a tilt hammer or any furnace for making steel in any of the said colonies.
24 Geo. II (1750–51). An act for regulating the commencement
of the year, and for correcting the calendar now in use. Act amended 25 Geo. II (1751-52). p. 248. [Became effective Sept. 29, 1751.) An act to regulate and restrain
paper bills of credit in ... colonies or plantations of Rhode Island and Providence plantations, Connecticut, the Massachusetts-Bay, and New Hampshire in America; and to prevent
the same being legal tenders in payments of money. p. 251. 25 Geo. 11 (1751). Act for avoiding and putting an end to certain
doubts (etc.) relating to attestation of wills and codicils, concerning real estates in . . . England, and in . . . America.
(1713). An act for preserving all such ships and goods thereof,
which shall happen to be forced on shore, or stranded upon the coasts of this kingdom, or any other of her Majesty's do
minions. p. 269. Temporary Acts and Laws [From 10th Geo. II to 8th Geo.
Reprinted 1887] of his Majesty's province of New Hampshire in New England. By order of the governor, council and assembly passed Oct. 16, 1759. (These reprints of temporary laws are appended to “Acts and Laws” noted above as “Fowle's 1st edition,” and are paged from 1 to 44 inclusive, the whole volume being paged as follows]:
xiii + 238 + 44 p. 4to. t. p. imprint, Portsmouth, 1761. Facsimile reprint by Statute Law Book Co., of the temporary
laws noted in “ Fowle's 1st edition” (supra).
Washington, 1898. Temporary Acts and Laws - Continued.
[From 10th Geo. II to April 12, 1771. These temporary laws
are appended to "Acts and Laws," noted above as “Fowle's 2d edition,” and are paged from 1 to 51 inclusive, the whole volume being paged as follows]:
t. p. imprint, Portsmouth, 1771. 6 + 8 + iv + 272 + 51 + xiii p. Folio.
The catalogue of the library of Harvard Law School contains a note to this title as follows: "Perpetual Laws, p. 1-272; Temporary Laws, p. 1-52. With additional session laws: Perpetual, to May 1773 (p. 273-286); Temporary, to
Feb. 1774 (p. 53-72).”
By order of General Assembly. Prefixed is (commission of John
Exeter, 1780. Commencement dates of sessions do not appear, date of passage of
Acts only being given; such Acts are comprised in the following sessions, shown in New Hampshire State Library Report,
October 1, 1891, pp. 141-146: January
5, 1776. Regular Session.
(Name changed from “ Colony” to “State,” Sept. 11, 1776.]
17, 1777. Special Summons.”
June 16, 1779. 153-162 p.
(For originals see unbound laws, post.] April 19, 1780. Special Summons.
[See Cole's fac-similes, post.] June 17, 1780. 169–182 p.
(See Cole's fac-similes, post.) Order in Council, January 2, 1778 (Authorizing the receiver general to
promise compound interest on notes to “ the possessors that
are willing to wait one other year for payment ”). p. 114. Acts and Laws (1780–89). Fac-simile reprints by T. L. Cole, Wash
ington, D. C., 1910.
n.t.p. 1780–89. Commencement dates of sessions do not appear, dates of passage of
Acts only being given. Such Acts are comprised in the following sessions shown in New Hampshire State Library Report.
Oct. 1, 1891, pp. 141-146: February 9, 1780. 201-234 p.
(For originals see unbound laws, post.) April 19, 1780. Special Summons. 234-235 p.
[See originals in volume last previously noted.] June 7, 1780.
[See originals in volume last previously noted.]
March 30, 1784. 313–322 p.
1, 1785. Regular Session. 345–365 p.
Mr. T. L. Cole speaks of 35 sessions bound in 24 volumes.
Laws are unbound folio Acts of sessions the commencement
Acts March 4, 1780, to March 18, 1780 incl. 201-234 p. Session, April 19, 1780. “Special Summons."
Acts April 29, 1780. 234-235 p.
[See also Cole's reprint, ante.] Session, August
22, 1781. “Special Summons.”
[See also Cole's reprint, ante.) Session, November 7, 1781.
Acts November 28, 1781. 269-272 p.
(See also Cole's reprint, ante.) Session, October 28, 1783.
Acts November 7 and 8, 1783. 305-306 p.
(See also Cole's reprint, ante.] Session, December 17, 1783. Regular Session.
Acts January 2 and 3, 1784. 306-311 p.
[See also Cole's reprint, ante.)