|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 18627|
|Contributions||Weare, Meshech, 1713-1786|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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. This proclamation was issued on October 10, and the day of Thanksgiving was to be November 28, STATE [ ]. Get this from a library! State of New-Hampshire. A proclamation for a general thanksgiving throughout the 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. October 28, State of New Hampshire. By the Governor, 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. Proclamations listed in chronological order. All documents have been saved in Portable Document Format .pdf). Visit tonyasgaapartments.com for a list of tonyasgaapartments.com readers for a variety of operating systems.
This e-book may not be reproduced, stored, 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, be. In , Governor Plumer of New Hampshire appointed Thursday, November 14 to be observed as a day of Public Thanksgiving and Governor Brooks of Massachusetts appointed Thursday, November 28 to be "observed throughout that State as a day of Thanksgiving". A thanksgiving day was annually appointed by the governor of New York from Celebrations: Giving thanks, prayer, feasting, spending . 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. Book/Printed Material 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.
New Hampshire State Library Year WHEREAS, The New Hampshire State Library is celebrating the th anniversary of its founding this year; and WHEREAS, The New Hampshire State Library is the first institution of its kind in the country, having been established on January 25, – before New Hampshire was a state or the United States was a. 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 . Nov 24, · Richard Bartlett - /1/22/10/2 October 28, State of New Hampshire. By the Governor, 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. Nov 24, · It declares November 21, to be a day of Public Thanksgiving. This proclamation was published in The Oracle of the Day on October 26, By His Excellency Josiah Bartlett, Esquire, Governor and Commander in Chief of the State of New Hampshire. A PROCLAMATION, For A Public THANKSGIVING.