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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
herman 11. Silas Deane 12. James DuaneCity and county of New York, and other counties in province of New York.July 28, 1774 13. Philip Livingston 14. John Jay 15. Isaac Low 16. John Alsop 17. John Herring 18. Simon Boerum 19. Henry Wisuer 20. Col. William FloydCounty of Suffolk in province of New York.July 28, 1774 Delegates to the first Continental Congress—Continued. Delegates.State Represented.Credentials Signed. 21. James KinseyNew JerseyJuly 23, 1774 22. John De Hart 23. Richard Smith 24. William Livingston 25. Stephen Crane 26. Hon. Joseph GallowayPennsylvaniaJuly 22, 1774 27. Samuel Rhodes 28. Thomas Mifflin 29. John Morton 30. Charles Humphreys 31. Edward Biddle 32. George Ross 33. John Dickinson 34. Hon. Caesar RodneyNew Castle, Kent, and Sussex on the DelawareAug. 1, 1774 35. Thomas McKean 36. George Read 37. Robert GoldsboroughMarylandJune 22, 1774 38. William Paca 39. Samuel Chase 40. Thomas Johnson 41. Matth
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Florida, (search)
zation act till declared unconstitutional or repealed......Nov. 6, 1871 Attempt to remove Governor Reed by impeachment unsuccessfully renewed......February, 1872 Act reorganizing the State agricultural college, proposed by a former legislature, and making the superintendent of public instruction its president......1872 Act at special session of the legislature refunding the State indebtedness (total bonded debt, $1,430,223.48)......February, 1873 Marcellus L. Stearns succeeds Governor Hart, who died......March 18, 1874 Florida Fruit Growers' Association opens a few days' session at Jacksonville......Jan. 20, 1875 At a special election, amendments to the constitution are ratified by the people......May 4, 1875 After the November Presidential election three sets of certificates of electoral votes were sent to Washington: (1) that of Republican electors, signed by Governor Stearns; (2) that of Democratic electors, signed by Attorney-General Cocke; (3) that of Democra