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Acts of General Assembly, for clearing and improving the navigation of James River.

Virginia.

Acts of General Assembly, for clearing and improving the navigation of James River.

by Virginia.

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Published by Printed by Thomas Nicolson in Richmond [Va.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • James River (Va.)
    • Subjects:
    • James River (Va.) -- Navigation -- Law and legislation.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsAmerican Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFV2710, TC425.J3 A4 1793
      The Physical Object
      Pagination28 p. ;
      Number of Pages28
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6951004M
      LC Control Number05002949

      THE ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, FOLIO FIRST EDITION, (PENNSYLVANIA). The Acts of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Carefully Compared With the Originals. And an Appendix, Containing the Laws Now in Force, Passed Between the 30th Day of September, , and the Revolution. Imprint varies Description based on: Vols. for / have title: Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia; //70, Acts of the General Assembly of the state of Virginia; / Acts and joint resolutions passed by the General Assembly of the state of Virginia; Acts and joint resolutions (amending the Constitution) of the General Assembly .

      The boundaries of the city shall be as described in the act of the General Assembly approved Ma , found in Chapter at page of the Acts of Assembly of as modified and enlarged by the decree of the Circuit Court of Henrico County entered February 1, , in the annexation proceedings styled City of Richmond versus County. The company was founded for the purpose of improving river navigation which in the post-colonial United States era of the s meant improving river systems, not canals. In this Pennsylvania scheme, however, two rivers, a large river, the Susquehanna and a smaller one, the Schuylkill were to be improved by clearing channels through.

      Priority Two: Support Proper Coal Ash Pond Closure (Senate Bill ) Background: The James River watershed is home to coal ash ponds capable of holding five billion gallons of coal ash. Each pond in the watershed is adjacent to the river or one of its tributaries. confederate imprint: acts of the general assembly of the state of virginia, passed in , in the eighty-fifth year of the commonwealth. This document contains, as an Appendix, the Virginia resolutions adopted in secret session in April and May , seceding and Seller Rating: % positive.


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Acts of General Assembly, for clearing and improving the navigation of James River by Virginia. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Acts of General Assembly, for clearing and improving the navigation of James River. [Virginia.]. General Assembly begun and held at the Public buildings in the City of Richmond on Monday the seventeenth day of October in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and eighty five.

An Act to amend an Act entitled an act for clearing and improving the navigation of James River. Whereas by the act entitled "an act for clearing and. Whereas by the act entitled "an act for clearing and improving the navigation of James River" it is among other things provided that the first subscriptions should not exceed the sum of one hundred thousand dollars and that no toll should be demanded except in a particular case before the said river should be rendered capable of being navigated in dry seasons by vessels drawing one foot of.

CHAP. XIX. An act for clearing and improving the navigation of James river. [Chap. LVIII in original.] I. WHEREAS the clearing and extending the navigation of James river from the tide water upwards to the highest parts practicable on the main branch thereof, will be of great public utility, and many persons are willing to subscribe large sums of money to effect so laudable and beneficial a.

Acts of the General Assembly passed in, and provided for "clearing and improving the navigation of the James River and for uniting the eastern and western waters, by the James and Kanawha Rivers, and for other purposes." These acts underscored the economic necessity of improving the waterways for commerce.

The Virginia act of was “An Act to prevent obstructions in the navigable water courses within the Commonwealth” (Acts of Assembly description begins Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia (cited by session; title varies over time) description ends [–16 sess.], 67–9 [13 Feb.

The act of was “An Act to secure to the Publick certain Lands heretofore held as a. General Assembly begun and held at the Public buildings in the City of Richmond on Monday the seventeenth day of October in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and eighty five.

An Act to amend an Act entitled an act for clearing and improving the navigation of James River. The Virginia assembly in its recent session passed “An act to amend an act, intituled, An act for clearing and improving the navigation of James river,” which included the provision “That Crow’s ferry, at the mouth of Loony’s creek, shall be forever taken and deemed to be the highest place practicable within the meaning of the above recited act” (12 Hening description begins.

Act for Establishing Religious Freedom, Janu General Assembly begun and held at the Public buildings in the City of Richmond on Monday the seventeenth day of October in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and eighty five. An Act to amend an Act entitled an act for clearing and improving the navigation of James River.

The Acts of the General Assembly of the Province of New-Jersey: From the YearBeing the Twenty-sixth of the Reign of King George the Second, where the First Volume Ends, to the YearBeing the First of King George the Third.

With Proper Tables; and an Alphabetical Index; Containing All the Principal Matters in the Body of the Book: Together with an Appendix; Containing the Several.

Acts of General Assembly, for clearing and improving the navigation of James River Published: () Proceedings of the Harbor and river convention, held at Chicago, July fifth, together with a full list of names of delegates in attendance: letters read at the convention, and a detailed appendix: published by order of the convention.

part the culmination cf attempts to improve James River navigation which had beguq during the previous century. Tnthe Virginia General Assembly created the James River Company, whose mandate was stated in its act of establishment: "An Act for clearing and improving the navigation of James River." Some work was done under the.

Reports of the engineers appointed by the commissioners of the navigation of the rivers Thames and Isis to survey the state of the said navigation from Lechlade to Days Lock to which are added some orders of the commissioners on the said reports and an account of the tolls payable on the said navigation from Cricklade to Stanes.

by: Jessop, William, The North River Navigation Company became part of the James River and Kanawha Company by an act of the General Assembly on 16 March Born inEdward Lorraine worked on the James River and Kanawha Canal for 30 years.

Acts of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Virginia. - Session laws. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Acts and Joint Resolutions passed by the General Assembly of the State of Virginia at the Session of by Virginia. General Assembly. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Page 4.

general assembly, entitled an act to authorize the county courts to purchase and distribute salt among the people, and provide payment for the same, passed May ninth, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, or any contract with individuals for the benefit of any county, city or town, which contract may have subsequently been adopted by such county, city or town, under the act aforesaid.

In a man was made the leader of the VA colony and sent hundreds of new settlers and soldiers to the colonies with fresh supplies and also put a new policy plan for Natives to wipe them out of the James River area (Which was mostly achieved by ). To James Monroe, 24 December To Richard Henry Lee, 25 December From Richard Henry Lee, 27 December From George Washington, 28 December Act concerning the Appointment of Sheriffs, [28 December] Resolutions Authorizing an Interstate Compact on Navigation and Jurisdiction of the Potomac, 28 December Resolution for.

The company was to improve the navigation of the James River from tidewater to the "highest practicable point." The James River and Kanawha Company was chartered on Febru as the successor to the James River Company, with the state subscribing to 3/5 of the stock.

"For the Secretary." An act of the General Assembly passed March. Assent of Congress to act of Virginia for improving the navigation of James river.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the assent of Congress is hereby given and declared to an act of the general assembly of Virginia, intituled “An act for improving the navigation of James river,” which act was passed on.

Acts of the General Assembly Paperback – by Virginia (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback, $ $ — Hardcover $Author: Virginia.act appointing certain persons to receive subscriptions and contract with undertakers for the clearing of James river through the South mountain.

Trustees appointed for improving navigation of James River through the South mountains. III. And be it further enacted, I. WHEREAS it is represented to this present general assembly, that the.