3 edition of Baltimore-Town, committee-chamber, December 2, 1784. found in the catalog.
Baltimore-Town, committee-chamber, December 2, 1784.
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Get this from a library. Baltimore-Town, committee-chamber, December 2, In pursuance of resolutions entered into by the inhabitants of Baltimore-town, on Monday, 15th November,for the purpose of considering the propriety of incorporating the said town: the following gentlemen appeared and produced testimonials of their having been duly elected, as.
Author of Laws, etc, Baltimore-Town, committee-chamber, December 2,The Baltimore book, A series of letters and other documents relating to the late epidemic of yellow fever, Records of the city., An Act to Confirm and Extend the Corporate Powers, Rights and Privileges of the City of Baltimore., Laws and ordinances relating to Baltimore harbor.
Author of The Baltimore city code, Baltimore-Town, committee-chamber, December 2,Records of the city of Baltimore (Special commissioners)The Baltimore city code of containing the general ordinances of the mayor and City council in force onExtracts from an ordinance to mitigate the distress occasioned by the.
Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Narrative of proceedings at a county meeting, held in the town-hall, Morpeth, on Wednesday the 22d day of December, On the first of December, Messrs.
Richard Gist, William Hamilton, Doctors Buchanan and Walker, agreed with Mr. Charles Carroll, acting for himself and brother Daniel, about the price and purchase of the sixty acres of land, to be erected into a town called Baltimore Town, in honor of the Lord Proprietary, who in his turn had borrowed his from a.
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