|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 40927.|
|Contributions||Dobbs, Arthur, 1689-1765.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Get this from a library! North-Carolina. By His Excellency Arthur Dobbs, Esq ; captain-general, and governor A proclamation.: Whereas the enormity of our sins, and the neglect of the divine service and worship of God Wednesday the seventh of June next, to be kept as a day of fasting and supplication Given under my hand and seal of the said province, at Newbern, the . A message from His Excellency Arthur Dobbs, Esq; Captain-General and Governor in Chief, in and over his Majesty's Province of North-Carolina. To the General Assembly, held at Newbern, the twelfth day of December, [Proposing] a plan of unio Contributor Names North Carolina (Colony) Governor Arthur Dobbs. Present—His Excellency Arthur Dobbs Esq r Governor. The Hon ble Mathew Rowan Esq r. The Hon ble James Hasell Esq r. Resolved that it is the Opinion of this Board that his Excellency do Issue his Proclamation accordingly. Upon hearing the Caveat John Pitman agt Abner Neale—It is ordered that the Caveat be discharged and that a Warrant. Scale ca. , Folded title: Floods in New Bern, North Carolina--How to avoid damage. Includes "Locality map," ca. ,,, and "Flood profiles: Neuse and Trent Rivers and Jack Smith Creek, New Bern, North Carolina." Text and illus. on verso. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. AACR2: ; /1; /2.
Several Warrants and Patents for Land were read and Granted as p. Warrant and Patent Books. Read the Petition of William Spaight setting forth That the Petitioners Brother John Spaight obtained His Excellency's Warrant for three hundred Acres of Land in Craven County One hundred and thirty five acres of which was surveyed and Returned into the Secretary's Office . North-Carolina. His Excellency Arthur Dobbs, Esq; A proclamation. Whereas, the Honorable James Murray and John Rutherford, Esqrs. have issued a great number of notes for money without having any lawful authority for so doing. trusty and Well-beloved Arthur Dobbs, Esq; Captain-General, and Governor in Chief, in and over our said Province, this 21st Day of Decemr in the Fourth Year of our Reign, Anno Domini One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Three. The other side of the document reads: Arthur Dobbs, By His Excellency's Command, Tho. Rutherford, D. Sec. Arthur Dobbs, being a rather proper Englishman, required over 1, words to complete the land grant for Heinrich Furrer, who he referred to as "Henry Furr." The following are excerpts from this lengthy document. Arthur Dobbs (Gov.) to Henry Furr Book 6 page
This indenture made twenty-fourth day of June in the second year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third by the grace of God King of Great Brittain &C and in the year of our Lord between his Excellency Arthur Dobbs, Esq. Captain General Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of North Carolina of the one part. “Know all men by these presents that we Theophilus Goodwin, Daniel Underwood & Thomas Goodwin are held and firmly Bound unto his Excellency Arthur Dobbs, Esq. Cap. General & Governor in Chief & c. in the Sum of four hundred pounds prsal money to be paid unto the said Arthur the 13th day of February As best as I can figure this James Anderson is the first Anderson in the area of Occoneeche Neck and may be the defining progenitor of the Andersons of the later Halifax and Edgecombe Counties. CHOWAN PRECINCT. NORTH CAROLINA, Margaret M. Hofmann Deed Book B #1 # pg. , Matthew CAPPS and Elizabeth. Full text of "Abstract of North Carolina wills" See other formats.