3 edition of State of North-Carolina, by His Excellency, Richard Dobbs Spaight, Esq. ... found in the catalog.
State of North-Carolina, by His Excellency, Richard Dobbs Spaight, Esq. ...
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 46843|
|Contributions||Spaight, Richard Dobbs, 1758-1802|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Book/Printed Material 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, Samuel Ashe (March 24, – February 3, ) was the ninth Governor of the U.S. state of North Carolina from to He was also one of the first three Occupation: Lawyer.
Richard Dobbs Spaight Marker (C-7) is located on State Route , just outside of New Bern in James City. Richard Dobbs Spaight (), a signer of the United States Constitution and the first native-born governor, was the father of Richard Dobbs Spaight Jr., who served as governor, This Indenture made this November the tenth day One thousand seven hundred and ninety (blank space) Between Michael Ritter now deceased then of Rowan County North Carolina of the one part, and John Crook of the County and State aforesaid of the other part, Witnesseth for & in Consideration of the Sum of three hundred pounds Current Money to the said Michael Ritter in hand paid, the receipt.
Richard Caswell (August 3, – November 10, ) was the first and fifth governor of the U.S. State of North Carolina, serving from to and from to He was also major general over all North Carolina militia in and from to Preceded by: Vacant (American Revolution), (Title . Governor Richard Dobbs Spaight in a letter to Colonel Abisha Thomas in February, , wrote: "Let the screws by which the impression is to be made be as portable as possible so as it may be adapted to our present itinerant government.
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By His Excellency of North-Carolina, by His Excellency, Richard Dobbs Spaight, Esq. Whereas I have been informed, that a pestilential fever at present prevails in the city of Philadelphia Given under my hand and the great seal of the state at Newbern, the 28th day of September A.D.
Get this from a Esq. book. State of North-Carolina, by His Excellency, Richard Dobbs Spaight, Esq Whereas I have been informed, that a pestilential fever at present prevails in the city of Philadelphia Given under my hand and the great seal of the state at Newbern, the 28th day of September A.D.
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: Whereas I have been informed, that a pestilential fever at present prevails in the city of Philadelphia Given under my hand and the great by His Excellency of the state at Newbern, the 28th day of September A.D.
[Richard Dobbs Spaight; North Carolina. 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, Interment: "Clermont," near Newbern, North Carolina.
Pastel, attributed to James Sharples, Sr. ); Independence National Historical Park. Throughout his short life Richard Dobbs. Spaight has been considered one of North Carolina’s Founding Fathers. He represented Tar Heels in Philadelphia, signed the U.S.
Constitution after its final revision and before it was submitted to the states for ratification, and argued in Hillsborough for the Constitution’s ratification. In the latter was changed to Greene. A fort was erected in Western North Carolina called Fort Dol)bs ; and the Governor owned large landed possessions on Rocky River.
Such Avere the ancestors of Richard Dobbs Spaight, who at the time of the deatli of his uncle, was seven years old. His. Sep 02, · The chapter honors Richard Dobbs Spaight, one of the signers of the Constitution of the United States of America, and a resident of the city of New Bern. We are a chapter with history in a city with history.
Inwe celebrated the 90th Anniversary of our charter. Inthe city of New Bern celebrated its th Anniversary. Richard Dobbs Spaight: Richard Dobbs Spaight, Sr. and cultural forces that have defined the state, the Encyclopedia of North Carolina is a landmark publication that will serve those who love and live in North Carolina for generations to come.
Editor William S. Powell, whom the Raleigh News & Observer described as a "living repository of. Dec 19, · Richard Dobbs Spaight, Sr., North Carolina.
Spaight was born at New Bern, NC of distinguished English-Irish parentage in When he was orphaned at 8 years of age, his guardians sent him to Ireland, where he obtained an excellent education.
He apparently graduated from Scotland's Glasgow University before he returned to North Carolina in North Carolina Digital Collections. State Publications Website. Browse All State Publications. Full text of "Sketch of the life of Richard Dobbs Spaight of North Carolina" See other formats The Howell Collection OF HISTORICAL MATERIALS Presented by Kay Kyser And his Mother Emily Royster Howell Kyser As a Memorial To her Brother Edward Vernon Howell Dean School of Pharmacy 1 93 1 THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA LIBRARY Sw C.4 This BOOK may be.
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Richard Dobbs Spaight was the eighth Governor of the U.S. state of North Carolina from to Born: March 25,New Bern, Province of. found: North Carolina. Governor ( Spaight). State of North-Carolina, by His Excellency, Richard Dobbs Spaight, Esq. Governor, Captain-General and Commander in Chief in and over the said state.
Whereas I have been informed, that a pestilential fever at present prevails in the city of Philadelphia, His Excellency Arthur Dobbs Esq r Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over his Majesty's said Province.
To Richard Spaight Esq r Greeting. By Virtue of his Majesty's Royal Commission under the great seal of Great Brittain Constituting me Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over this Province with full Power and Authority to Appoint all Officers both Civil and Military within.
Present His Excellency the Governor. Upon Petition of Richard Spaight and upon Examination of William Herritage Esq r upon Oath—It is Ordered that the Word above in a Patent granted to Thomas Stephens dated 20 th day of November and that the Record be altered accordingly.
Upon Petition of John Wolch, It is Ordered that a Warrant issue accordingly to the prayer of his petition. 2 Apr. –28 Mar. Arthur Dobbs, colonial governor of North Carolina, surveyor-general of Ireland, promoter of exploration for a Northwest Passage, and scholar and scientist, was a son of the Enlightenment and one of his colony's ablest elizrosshubbell.com was born in Ayrshire, Scotland, whither his mother had been sent for safety's sake because of political and religious unrest/5(31).
His wife was the former Mary Jones of New Bern, whom he married in Returning to North Carolina during the early stages of the Revolution, Spaight served as a military aide to Governor Richard Caswell. Early on, however, his energies and ambitions were directed primarily toward politics rather than warfare.
From through and the winning of independence, Spaight represented New Bern in the state House. MARRIAGE BOND: Marriage Bonds R - Z: State of North Carolina, Orange County, Know all men by there presents, That we Abner Walker & Ralph Foset in the aforesaid, are held and frimly bound unto His Excellency Samuel Ashe, Esq.
Governor in the just and full sum of five hundred pounds, current money of this state, to be paid to the said Chairman. Cleremont is now owned by Judge Henry R. Bryan, of New Bern. Both Governor Richard Dobbs Spaight and his son, Governor Richard Dobbs Spaight, are buried in a vault at Cleremont.
At Pembrooke is an old vault in which Gov. Abner Nash is buried. This plantation is now owned by Miss Laura Whitford, of New Bern.The North Carolina Legal Directory is recognized as the official directory of The North Carolina State Bar. elizrosshubbell.com What the North Carolina Blue Book offers you To give you an idea of the type of coverage you will find in a Legal Directory, here is a brief list of sections and features we publish in the North Carolina Legal Directory.Hon.
Richard Dobbs Spaight, of Craven County in this State. He expired at his residence, at Cler mont, near Newbern, on 'Sunday morning last, at' 8 o'clock, in the 54th year of bis age. u Gov. Spaight had frequently represented his native County, Craven, in both branches of tbe Legislature; and be had served, with much credit to himself and.