Colonial Origins of the American Constitution A Documentary History

ISBN-10: 0865971579
ISBN-13: 9780865971578
Edition: N/A
Authors: Donald S. Lutz
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List price: $14.50
Publisher: Liberty Fund, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/1/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 436
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Preface
Introductory Essay
New Hampshire
Agreement of the Settlers at Exeter in New Hampshire, July 5, 1639
General Laws and Liberties of New Hampshire, March 16, 1680
Massachusetts
Agreement Between the Settlersat New Plymouth (The Mayflower Compact), November 11, 1620
Plymouth Oath of Allegiance and Fidelity, 1625
The Salem Covenant of 1629
Agreement of the Massachusetts Bay Company at Cambridge, England, August 26, 1629
The Watertown Covenant of July 30, 1630
Masschausetts Election Agreement, May 18, 1631
The Oath of a Freeman, or of a Man to Be Made Free, 1631
The Massachusetts Agreement on the Legislature, May 9, 1632
Cambridge Agreement, December 24, 1632
Dorchester Agreement, October 8, 1633
Cambridge Agreement on a Town Council, February 3, 1634
Massachusetts Agreement on the Legislature, May 14, 1634
The Oath of a Freeman, May 14, 1634
Salem Oath for Residents, April 1, 1634
Watertown Agreement on Civil Officers, August 23, 1634
The Enlarged Salem Covenant of 1636
Plymouth Agreement, November 15, 1636
Pilgrim Code of Law, November 15, 1636
Dedham Covenant, 1636
The Massachusetts Body of Liberties, December 1641
The Combination of the Inhabitants upon the Piscataqua River for Government, October 22, 1641
Massachusetts Bicameral Ordinance, March 7, 1644
Massachusetts Ordinance on the Legislature, November 13, 1644
The Laws and Liberties of Massachusetts, 1647
Massachusetts Ordinance on Legislative Procedure, October 18, 1648
Towns of Wells, Gorgiana, and Piscataqua Form an Independent Government, July 1649
The Cambridge Agreement of October 4, 1652
Puritan Laws and Liberties, September 29, 1658
An Act of the General Court, June 10, 1661
Rhode Island
Providence Agreement, August 20, 1637
Government of Pocasset, March 7, 1638
Newport Agreement, April 28, 1639
The Government of Portsmouth, April 30, 1639
Plantation Agreement at Providence, August 27, 1640
Organization of the Government of Rhode Island, March 16-19, 1642
Warwick Agreement, August 8, 1647
Acts and Orders of 1647
Charter of Providence, March 14, 1649
General Assembly of Rhode Island Is Divided into Two Houses, March 27, 1666
Connecticut
Plantation Covenant at Quinnipiack, April 1638
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, January 14, 1639
Guilford Covenant, June 1, 1639
Structure of Town Governments, October 10, 1639
Fundamental Articles of New Haven, June 4-14, 1639
Connecticut Oath of Fidelity, 1640
Capitall Lawes of Connecticut, Established by the Generall Court the First of December, 1642
The Government of Guilford, June 19, 1643
New Haven Fundamentals, October 27, 1643
Majority Vote of Deputies and Magistrates Required for the Passage of Laws in Connecticut, February 5, 1645
Connecticut Code of Laws, 1650
Preface to the General Laws and Liberties of Connecticut Colony Revised and Published by Order of the General Court Held at Hartford in October 1672
Division of the Connecticut General Assembly into Two Houses, October 13, 1698
New York
A Letter from Governor Richard Nicolls to the Inhabitants of Long Island, February 1665
Charter of Liberties and Privileges, October 30, 1683
New Jersey
Fundamentals of West New Jersey, 1681
Pennsylvania
Concessions to the Province of Pennsylvania, 1681
Charter of Liberties and Frame of Government of the Province of Pennsylvania in America, May 5, 1682
An Act for Freedom of Conscience, December 7, 1682
Pennsylvania Charter of Liberties, 1701
Maryland
Orders Devised and Published by the House of Assembly to be Observed During the Assembly, February 25, 1638
Act for Establishing the House of Assembly and the Laws to Be Made Therein, 1638
An Act for Church Liberties, 1638
An Act for Swearing Allegeance, 1638
An Act What Persons Shall Be Called to Every General Assembly and an Act Concerning the Calling of General Assemblies, 1638
An Act for the Liberties of the People, 1638
Maryland Toleration Act, April 21, 1649
Virginia
Articles, Laws, and Orders, Divine, Politic, and Martial for the Colony in Virginia, 1610-1611
Laws Enacted by the First General Assembly of Virginia, August 2-4, 1619
Constitution for the Council and Assembly in Virginia, July 24, 1621
Laws and Orders Concluded by the Virginia General Assembly, March 5, 1624
North Carolina
Act Relating to the Biennial and Other Assemblies and Regulating Elections and Members in North Carolina, 1715
South Carolina
Act to Ascertain the Manner and Form of Electing Members to Represent the Province, 1721
Georgia
Act to Ascertain the Manner and Form of Electing Members to Represent the Inhabitants of This Province in the Commons House of Assembly, June 9, 1761
Confederations
The New England Confederation, 1643
The Albany Plan of Union, 1754
The Articles of Confederation, November 15, 1777
William Penn's Plan of Union, February 8, 1697
Joseph Galloway's Plan of Union, 1774
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