State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation, for a general thanksgiving. ... Thursday, the fourth day of December next ... By order of the Council and Assembly. Exeter, November 17th, 1777

Cover of: State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation, for a general thanksgiving. |

Published by Printed by Zechariah Fowle, Junr. in Exeter [N.H.] .

Written in English

Read online

Edition Notes

Book details

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 15456
ContributionsNew Hampshire. House of Representatives
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15503761M

Download State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation, for a general thanksgiving.

State State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation New Hampshire. A proclamation for a general thanksgiving have appointed Thursday, the fourth day of December next, to be a day of public thanksgiving By order of the Council and Assembly, Exeter, November 17thM.

Weare, Pre. Exeter, Pdf. Book/Printed Material State of New Hampshire. A proclamation for a general thanksgiving have appointed Thursday, the fourth day of December next, to be a day of public thanksgiving By order of the Council and Assembly, Exeter, November 17th M.

Weare, Pre. State of New Hampshire. A proclamation by the Governor for a day of fasting, humiliation, and Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML.

2 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfo. State of New-Hampshire. A Proclamation, for a Day of Publick Thanksgiving and Prayer: Thursday, the Twenty-ninth Day of November Next Given at Hillsborough, this Eighteenth Day of October One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty-seven Issue of American broadsides and ephemera Archive of Americana: Author: New Hampshire.

State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation for a general thanksgiving throughout this state: Thursday the second day of December next, to be a day of public thanksgiving Given at the Council-chamber, in Portsmouth, the second day of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four.

[New Hampshire. State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation for a general thanksgiving throughout the state: Thursday the second for a general thanksgiving.

book of December next, to be a day of public thanksgiving Given at the Council-chamber, in Portsmouth, the second day of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four. [Meshech Weare; New Hampshire. New Hampshire. Council. and New Hampshire. House of Representatives.

State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation for a general thanksgiving [electronic resource]: Thursday the twenty first day of November next, to be observed and kept as a day of public thanksgiving Given at Exeter the 19th day of October, For a general thanksgiving. book – Thanksgiving Day –New Hampshire This is the text of a Proclamation for a Day of Thanksgiving and Prayer issued by John Langdon, a signer of the United States Constitution, while he was serving as governor of New Hampshire.

Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day –New Hampshire. State of New Hampshire. A Proclamation for a Day of Thanksgiving. Gratitude to God, whose power upholds, and whose bounty surrounds us with innumerable sources of enjoyment and of happiness, is our obvious duty as intelligent and dependent beings.

The following is the text of a Proclamation for a Day of Thanksgiving and Praise, issued by Frank West Rollins, the governor of New Hampshire.

The proclamation was issued Octo and was declaring Novem the day of Thanksgiving. State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation for a general thanksgiving throughout this State.

I do therefore, with advice of Council, and agreeably to a vote of the General-Court, issue this proclamation hereby appointing Thursday the second dayAuthor: New Hampshire.

Governor. This is the text of a proclamation by Josiah Bartlett (Signer of the Declaration of Independence), governor of New Hampshire, given on October 5, It declares Novem to be a day of Public Thanksgiving.

This proclamation was published in The Oracle of the Day on Octo New Hampshire Thanksgiving Proclamation, Name Date 1. This document can best be described as a_____. General Thanksgiving By the PRESIDENT of the United States Of America D.

books 2. These documents have a face value. True B. False. State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation, for a general thanksgiving: Thursday, the fourth day of December next By order of the Council and Assembly. Exeter, November 17th, State of New Hampshire. A proclamation for a general thanksgiving have appointed Thursday, the fourth day of December next, to be a day of public thanksgiving By order of the Council and Assembly, Exeter, November 17th M.

Weare, PreAuthor: New Hampshire. General court. Travel and Tourism. Jobs and Workers. Traffic Around the State. Weather Around the State. News and Events. Office of the Govenor Governor Chris Sununu State of the State Address.

Department of Natural and Cultural Resources NH's. Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day –New Hampshire Following is the handwritten New Hampshire Thanksgiving proclamation issued by the state President Meshech Weare (signed by him and John Langdon) on Novemdeclaring Decem the.

State of New-Hampshire. In Committee of Safety, Exeter, November 1, Ordered, that the following proclamation for a general thanksgiving on the twenty-eighth day of November instant, received from the honorable Continental Congress, be forthwith printed Contributor Names New Hampshire.

Committee of Safety. General Thanksgiving By the PRESIDENT of the United States Of America. A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore His protection and favor; and Whereas both Houses of Congress have, by their joint committee, requested.

Proclamations - Septem - 9/11 Remembrance Day Proclamation. June 5, - Clean Water Week. - Lyme Disease Awareness Month. - Law Enforcement Memorial Week Ap - Public Safety Telecommunicator & Dispatcher Week.

State of New Hampshire. State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation for a public fast. The Council and House of Representatives of the state of New-Hampshire, in General-Court assembled, have appointed Thursday the twenty-second day of April, current, to be observed and kept as a day of general fasting and prayer.

State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation for a public fast. The Council and House of Representatives of the state of New-Hampshire, in General-Court assembled, have appointed Thursday the twenty-second day of April, current, to be observed and kept as a day of general fasting and prayer Published: () State of New-Hampshire.

State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation for a public fast. Inasumuch as it is our duty to acknowledge our constant dependence on the Supreme ruler of the Universe The Council and House of representatives of the State of New-Hampshire in GenerAuthor: New Hampshire. General Court. Proclamation For a Day of Fasting and Prayer, Ma to cause the benign religion of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to be known, understood, and practiced among all the inhabitants of the earth.

Proclamation for a Day of Thanksgiving and. Proclamations - - Memorial Day Proclamation. May 2, - University of New Hampshire Day. Ma - Down Syndrome Awareness Week. February 6, - New England Patriots Appreciation Week. February 2, - State of New Hampshire.

Search Results. Advanced Search: You searched for "proclamation request". 19,Governor Sununu issued a proclamation to recognize June 19 as “Juneteenth the Governor to annually issue a proclamation calling for the proper observance of The Official Web Portal of the State of New Hampshire.

Continental Congress Thanksgiving Proclamation () STATE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE. THE COUNCIL and Assembly of said State, have ordered,-- that the following Proclamation of the Hon’ble Continental CONGRESS, for a General THANKSGIVING throughout the United States, beFile Size: 3MB.

State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation, for a day of public fasting and prayer. To dedicate in Imprint 2.; Thanksgiving proclamation. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML.

Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfo Folder Contributor: New Hampshire. Governor Benjamin Pierce. The proclamation reads: The State of New Hampshire. By His Excellency. Christoper T.

Sununu, Governor. A PROCLAMATION. In the Year of our Lord Two Thousand and Seventeen New Hampshire State Library Year. WHEREAS, The New Hampshire State Library is celebrating the th anniversary of its founding this year, and. (Octo ), issued this official proclamation of the State, signed by President (Governor) John Langdon of New Hampshire: A Proclamation For A General Thanksgiving THE munificent Father of Mercies, and Sovereign Disposer of Events, having been graciously pleased to relieve the UNITED STATES of AMERICA from the Calamities of a long and.

The earliest known fast day proclamation was in Boston on September 8, New Hampshire’s first recorded proclamation of a fast day was in early The President and Council of the Province of New Hampshire issued a document in February that called for a meeting of the General Assembly for March 16th.

Anne Blue Wills, an assistant professor of religion at Davidson College researched the origins of President Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Day Proclamation (Town Common (Newspaper) 11/25 – 12/1, ).

Wills traced it back to a New Hampshire widow, Sarah Hale, who was a writer trying to support her family. George Washington proposes the last Thursday of November, to be a day of thanksgiving to God in this three paragraph long proclamation.

Yet he expresses the truth in such a profound way that one cannot avoid being moved by this classic piece of work.5/5.

The first proclamation in the independent United States was issued by John Hancock as President of the Continental Congress as a day of fasting on Ma The first national Thanksgiving was celebrated on Decemand the Continental Congress issued National Thanksgiving Day proclamations each year between and State of New-Hampshire.

By His Excellency Meshech Weare, Esq. president of said state, a proclamation for a public fast. Thursday the fourteenth day of April next Given at the Council-chamber in Hampton-Falls, the 18th day of March, in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-five. Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

By His Excellency John Hancock, Esquire A proclamation, for a day of public thanksgiving. Thursday, the twenty-seventh day of November next Given at the council-chamber, in Boston, this twenty-ninth day of October one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight.

1 1 STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 2 SITE EVALUATION COMMITTEE 3 4 5 Ap - a.m. 21 South Fruit Street Suite 10 Concord, New Hampshire DAY I 6 7 In re: SITE EVALUATION COMMITTEE: SEC DOCKET NO.

Application of Granite Reliable. Similar Items. A sermon, delivered in presence of His Excellency John Taylor Gilman, Esquire, Governor, the Honorable the Council, Senate, and House of Representatives, of the state of New-Hampshire convened at Exeter on the day of the anniversary election, June 2, / by: Rowland, William F.

Published: (). Thanksgiving Proclamation ABRAHAM LINCOLN Abraham Lincoln (–65) issued this proclamation for a day of national thanksgiving inin the midst of the Civil War, not long after the battle of Gettysburg and several other Union successes seemed to have turned the tide toward a Union victory.

Like so. Download Image of [Arms] State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Morgan G. Bulkeley. Governor. A proclamation. Pursuant to the statutes of the State, I hereby designate Friday, the first day of May next, as Arbor Day Given under my hand and the seal of the St. Free for commercial use, no attribution required.

Available also through the Library of Congress web Author: Connecticut (State) Governor Morgan G. Bulkeley. STATE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE. IN COMMITTEE of SAFETY, EXETER, November 1, ORDERED, THAT the following Proclamation for a general THANKSGIVING on the twenty-eighth day of November instant, received from the honorable Continental Congress, be forthwith printed, and sent to the several worshipping Assemblies in this State, to whom it is .Thanksgiving is a federal holiday in the United States, celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November.

It originated as a harvest festival, and to this day the centerpiece of Thanksgiving celebrations remains Thanksgiving dinner traditionally consists of foods and dishes indigenous to the Americas, namely turkey, potatoes (usually mashed), squash, corn (maize), Celebrations: Giving thanks, prayer.

So begins the first time the President of the United States issued a proclamation for Thanksgiving Day. George Washington, copy of painting by Gilbert Stuart. (National Archives Identifier ) The statement, by President George Washington on October 3,officially gave the holiday his blessing.

74347 views Saturday, November 28, 2020