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By the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq; ... A proclamation.

By the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq; ... A proclamation.

The General Assembly of this colony having appointed Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of this instant, November ... as a day of thanksgiving ... Given under my hand at Newport, this eleventh day of November ... one thousand seven hundred and sixty-five ..

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Published by Printed by Samuel Hall. in Newport [R.I.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 41586.
ContributionsWard, Samuel, 1725-1776., Rhode Island. General Assembly.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14591500M

Samuel Ward, Governor of Rhode Island , Samuel Ward was born at Newport, Rhode Island, on the 27th May, He was the second son of Richard Ward, who was Governor of Rhode Island in and , and the grandson of Thomas Ward, who came to this country during the time of Charles II., and who died in Rhode Island in , a highly esteemed and respectable citizen. John Samuel Ward is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with John Samuel Ward and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected.

Rev. Samuel Ringgold Ward was born on this date in He was a Black abolitionist and minister. Born a slave on Maryland's Eastern Shore, he escaped with his parents in His father was descended from an African prince. He learned to read so that he could enjoy the priceless privilege of searching the Scriptures and supporting himself as a house painter. His mother was widowed in a. Samuel Ward was born at Haverhill, in Suffolk, in the year , and was eldest son of the Rev. John Ward, minister of the gospel in that town. He was admitted a scholar of St John’s College, Cambridge, on Lady Margaret’s foundation, on Lord Burghley’s nomination, November 6, .

Samuel M. Ward, a partner in BR&B’s San Diego office, joined the firm in At BR&B, Mr. Ward has focused his practice on complex class action litigation, including both securities class actions and consumer class actions. At the Firm, he has litigated numerous securities cases in federal district courts throughout the country. Mr.   Ward, Samuel I. This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in


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By the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq; governor of Rhode-Island A proclamation. The General Assembly of this colony having appointed Thursday, the twenty-six Given under my hand at Newport, this sixteenth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thouand seven hundred and sixty-six.

By the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq; governor of Rhode-Island A proclamation. The General Assembly of this colony having appointed Thursday, the twenty-six Given under my hand at Newport, this sixteenth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thouand seven hundred and sixty-six.

Get this from a library. By the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq ; A proclamation: the General Assembly of this colony having appointed Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of this instant, November as a day of thanksgiving Given under my hand at Newport, this eleventh day of November one thousand seven hundred and sixty-five.

[Rhode Island. By the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq; governor of Rhode-Island A proclamation. the General Assembly of this colony having appointed Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of this instant, November as a day of thanksgiving given under my hand at Newport, this eleventh day of November one thousand seven hundred and sixty-five.

Governor ( Ward). By the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esquire, Governor, Captain General, and Commander in Chief of and over the English colony of Rhode Island A proclamation I do therefore hereby earnestly call upon and exhort all His Majesty's good subjects, t.p. (Sam. Ward).

Death, the last enemy, destroyed by Christ: a sermon, preached, Mabefore the Honorable Continental Congress, on the death of the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq., one of the delegates from the colony of Rhode-Island, who died of the small-pox, in this city, (Philadelphia) Ma aet.

52 by Samuel Stillman (). By the Honorable SAMUEL WARD, Esq; Governor, Captain General, and Commander in Chief of and over the English Colony of Rhode-Island, and Providence Plantations, in New-England, in America. A PROCLAMATION. Hon. John A.

Ward, (Ret.) Illinois. Hon. John A. Ward, (Ret.) is a senior mediator and arbitrator at ADR Systems with extensive experience in the resolution of personal injury cases arising from vehicular accidents, construction negligence, premises liability, medical negligence, nursing home, workers’ compensation and product liability.

By His Excellency Samuel Ward King, Governor of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence plantations. A proclamation. Whereas I have this day received from his Excellency John Tyler, President of the United States, a communication touching t Contributor Names Rhode Island.

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He is very knowledgeable and honest. He provided me with exactly what I needed for my trust 6 years. A sermon, preached, Mabefore the Honorable Continental Congress; on the death of the Honorable Samuel Ward, Esq. Paperback – August 6, by Samuel Stillman (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $Author: Samuel Stillman. Samuel Ward King ( – Janu ) was the 15th Governor of Rhode Island from to King was born in Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island to William Borden King and Welthian Walton.

He attended Brown University. He became a medical doctor and worked as a surgeon during the War of Life. He was born at Bishop Middleham, County was a scholar of Christ's College, Cambridge, where in he was admitted he was elected to a fellowship at Emmanuel, and in the following year proceeded he was chosen a Fellow of the new Sidney Sussex College.

William Perkins entrusted to him for publication his treatise, Problema de Romanae Fidei ementito. Born inthe son of a county judge, he was a member of the class of at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) and after graduation studied law.

He rose steadily in his profession, not only by routine advancement—attorney incounsellor inserjeant-at-law in —but, preeminently, in reputation. Samuel Ward (–) was a farmer, politician, Supreme Court Justice, Governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, and a delegate to the Continental Congress.

The son of an earlier Rhode Island Governor, Richard Ward, he was well educated as he grew up in a large Newport, Rhode Island family. The Honorable N. Rice Esq r Member of pass the Seal of this province constituting and appointing Mathew Rowan William Forbes Samuel Woodward Cornelius Harnet John Davis Hugh Blaning John Dallison John Grange Joseph Clark John Clayton Ephraim Vernon and Griffith Jones Justices of the peace for the precinct of Bladen to sit and hold Court on.

Philadelphia: Joseph Crukshank, First edition. Pamphlet. First printing. Scarce. OCLC locates only six examples in book format, one of which rests in the Library Of Congress.

28 pp. intact and complete but apparently disbound from a larger volume. Small chip top corner of p. 25/26 not affecting any text and a somewhat larger chip top corner of p/28 in the same area affecting one or.

View Honorable Samuel V.’s professional profile on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is the world's largest business network, helping professionals like Honorable Samuel V. discover inside connections to.

That, at least, has not been changed. There is also a bronze plaque erected in at the site of the Ward Farm on Shore Road but it honors his son, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Ward, not Samuel Ward Sr.

It seems the honorable Samuel Ward Sr. can’t get any respect around here. In ink on front cover: S. Ward - Dec. Bound in vellum with envelope flap and tab, 19 x 12 cm.

Diary and account book. [43] leaves are contained in the bound manuscript, of which the first 14 contain the diary, the following 19 are blank, and the final 10 contain the author's financial accounts, written upside down to the diary.

Samuel Ward has 29 books on Goodreads with 68 ratings. Samuel Ward’s most popular book is Pursuit of Glory: A Disciple's Journey with Jesus.The Redwood Library and Athenaeum is one of the first lending libraries in America, housed in the oldest lending library building in the country.

Founded in by forty-six proprietors upon the principle of having nothing in view but the good of mankind, its mission continues over.Volume XII Winter Number 2 Samuel Ward, Alias Carlos Lopez--MARGARET BUTTERFIELD.

Further light on the fabulous career of Samuel Ward, who has figured in several books published during the past few years, can be found in a series of ninety-two letters which he addressed to Secretary of State William Henry Seward or to Seward's close associates, during the early months of the Civil.