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Colony of Rhode-Island, &c. In General Assembly, June session, 1776.

Colony of Rhode-Island, &c. In General Assembly, June session, 1776.

An act permitting inoculation for the small-pox to be practised in this colony.

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Published by Printed by John Carter in [Providence .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Smallpox -- Rhode Island -- Preventive inoculation.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAct permitting inoculation for the small-pox.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 15057.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14593352M

    Dissident Samuel Gorton purchased Indian lands at Shawomet in , precipitating a dispute with the Massachusetts Bay Colony. In , Providence, Portsmouth, and Newport united for their common independence as the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. RG General Assembly; RG /RG Colony of Rhode Island (General Courts, Courts of Commissioners & Courts of Trial),

    Author of At the General Assembly of the governor and Company of the English colony of Rhode-Island, and Providence Plantations, in New-England, in America, State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, May second session, A.D. , State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, March session, , State of Rhode-Island and . C# - Rhode Island Colony Records C# General Assembly - Acts & Resolutions Passed May Session, , "Act for recording fines & recoveries" June Session, , "Act establishing Inferior Courts of Common Pleas & Superior Courts to adjudicate" Also .

      The organization of the Militia in colonial Rhode Island was established by law. Five county regiments and the number of companies in each town were specified. Annually the General Assembly approved the locally elected officers for the trained bands (companies of militia) at its session in May or the next session in June.   On May 4, , Rhode Island became the first colony to renounce allegiance to King George III of England. In , the General Assembly established May 4th as “Rhode Island Independence Day.”.


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Colony of Rhode-Island, &C. In General Assembly, June Session, [electronic resource]: An Act Permitting Inoculation for the Small-Pox to Be Practised in This Colony. Rhode Island. State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations.

In General Assembly, May second session, A.D. Resolved, that the act permitting inoculation within this state, and all acts made in addition to and amendment thereof, be and they are hereby suspended until the first day of October next.

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