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Document recovery and amnestry public notice missing documents The missing or alienated original documents listed below are public records of the State of New Jersey as defined by New Jersey Statutes 47:3-16 and subject to legal demand and recovery under 47:3-27 & 28. Be advised that New Jersey State Archives has reported the theft of these and other documents to the New Jersey State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). This list and similar postings are not intended to represent the entirety of missing public documents of the State of New Jersey and its subdivisions. Further, this list and similar postings are not intended to necessarily represent the entirety of documents missing from specific record groups.

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Enrolled Laws of the Royal Colony of New Jersey
1714-1716

26 February 1713/1714 An Act to Enable Thomas Gordon, Esq.; Treasurer of this Province to pay the Sum of Nine Hundred Ninety Nine Pounds thirteen Shillings and three Pence, towards the Support of the Government, and for Discharging the said Treasurer thereof.

28 February 1713/1714 An Act for raising of Money for Building and Repairing of Goals and Court-Houses within each respective County of this Province, and to Repeal the Act past for that purpose in the Year One Thousand Seven Hundred and Nine.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act to Continue and Revive the Currency of Bills of Credit appointed to be sunk in the Year 1712 and 1713 and to enable Thomas Gordon, Esq; Treasurer of this Province, or the Treasurer for the time being, to pay in the said Bills of Credit the several Sums of Money due from the Government to several Persons having Warrants or proper Orders for the same; and also to enable the said Treasurer to pay the said Bills in Exchange for the Bills of Credit issued out on the first Expedition against Canada.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act to lay a Duty upon Wheat exported out of the Eastern-Division of this Province, to any of Her Majesties Colonies on the Continent of America.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act for preventing the Waste of Timber, Pine and Cedar Trees and Poles within this Province of New-Jersey, and to lay a Duty upon all Pipe and Hogshead Staves exported out of the same to any of the Neighbouring Colonies.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act for settling the Militia of this Province.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act for Regulating of Slaves.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act for Regulating of White Servants, and taking up Souldiers and Sea-men Deserting Her Majesties Service and coming into this Colony.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act for Preventing Corruption in the Courts of Justice within this Province.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act for preventing Malicious Prosecutions by Informations.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act for Ascertaining the Qualifications of Jurors within this Province.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act for laying a Duty on Negro, Indian and Mullatto Slaves imported and brought into this Province.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act for Erecting the upper Parts of the Western Division of New-Jersey, into a County.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act that the Solemn Affirmation and Declaration of the People called Quakers, shall be accepted Instead of an Oath in the Usual Form, and for Qualifying and Enabling the said People to serve as Jurors and to Execute any Office or Place of Trust within this Province.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act for shortening of Law-Suits, and Regulating the Practice of the Law.

11 March 1713/1714

An Act to Naturalize Peter Bard, native of France.

15 March 1713/1714

An Act for Acknowledging and Recording of Deeds and Conveyances of Land within each Respective County of this Province.

15 March 1713/1714

An Act enabling the Owners of the Meadows, adjoyning the Lands of Sarah Mickle, John Dole, John Kaighn, Tibias Griscomb, etc. adjacent to Delaware River in the Township of Newtown and County of Gloucester, to stop the Tide from overflowing them.

15 March 1713/1714

An Act to enable Sarah Edwards Sole Executrix and late Widdow of Robert Edwards, deceased, by and with the consent of William Cutler, her present Husband, to make a good and lawful Conveyance of a Tract of Land sold by the said Robert Edwards in his Life time to one Tunis Titus, by Articles of Agreement, and to receive the Remainder of the Money due for the said Land, according to the last Will and Testament of the said Robert Edwards, deceased.

15 March 1713/1714

An Act to enable the Executors of Miles Forster, late of Perth-Amboy in the County of Middlesex, Merchant, deceased, to sell Lands to pay Debts and Legacys, according to the last Will and Testament of the said deceased.

15 March 1713/1714

An Act for Reviving and Continuing the Courts of Sessions and Common Pleas in the County of Cape-May with the Proceedings of the same.

15 March 1713/1714

An Act to enable the Owners of the Meadows and Marshes belonging to the Town of Salem, to keep out the Tides from overflowing the same.

15 March 1713/1714

An Act Concerning Swine.

15 March 1713/1714

An Act for Regulating Fences.

15 March 1713/1714

An Act to prevent the concealing of Stray Cattle or Horses.

15 March 1713/1714

An Act for Settling the bounds between the Counties of Sommerset, Middlesex and Monmouth.

17 March 1713/1714

An Act for Establishing a Ferry from the Town of Burlington, in the Province of New-Jersey, to the Town of New-Bristol in the Province of Pennsilvania.

17 March 1713/1714

An Act for Confirming of Conveyances of Lands made and to be made by Wills and Powers of Attorney, and declaring what Exemplifications of Records, and other Things shall be holden and received for good Evidence of Estates of Inheritance, and for Transferring of Uses into Possession.

17 March 1713/1714

An Act Confirming Letters of Administration, granted, and to be granted, within this Province.

17 March 1713/1714

An Act Enforcing the Observation of the Ordinance for Establishing Fees within this Province.

17 March 1713/1714

An Act Encouraging the Killing of Wolves, Panthers and Red-Foxes.

17 March 1713/1714

An Act for Collecting the Arrearages of Taxes since the Year One Thousand
Seven Hundred and Eight.

17 March 1713/1714

An Act to Naturalize Stephen Chalmas and Peter Remur, Natives of France.

17 March 1713/1714

An Act to enable Thomas Lambert (one of the Principal Creditors of John Easton), late of Nottingham in the County of Burlington, deceased, and Administrator of the Goods, Rights and Credits of the Estate or Estates of Inheritance within the County of Burlington and the County of Salem in the Province of Nova Ceasaria, for and towards the payment of his just Debts.

17 March 1713/1714

An Act for Confirmation of a Patent granted by his Excellencys Robert Hunter, Esq; Capt. General and Governor in Chief of New-Jersey and New-York, and all the Territories and Tracts of Land depending thereon in America, and Vice-Admiral of the same.

17 March 1713/1714

An Act to enable the Owners of the Meadows and Marshes adjoyning to and on both sides of Maneton Creek, to stop out the Tide from overflowing them.

17 March 1713/1714

An Act for confirming of a Patent for the Township of Bergen.

17 March 1713/1714

An Act to enable certain Trustees to Sell and Dispose of a small Estate of Inheritance in the County of Burlington.

1 June 1716

An Act to enforce the Payment of all Publick Taxes.

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