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NJ State Archives
P.O. Box 307
Trenton, NJ 08625-0307
225 West State Street - 2nd Floor
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.
Please be advised,
further, that New Jersey State Archives welcomes the voluntary return
of public documents. For more information about statutory authority
and procedures as well as amnesty and donations
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Enrolled Laws of the Royal Colony of New Jersey
Act for regulating Indian Affairs, and to prevent the settling of
Deer Traps within
the Colony of New-Jersey.
Act for providing an additional Security, to the Frontiers of this
Act for building of Barracks within this Colony, and for preventing
Liquors being sold to common Soldiers, without leave from proper Authority,
for other purposes therein mentioned.
Act to impower certain Persons to purchase the Claims of the Indians
to Land in
Act for raising One Thousand effective Volunteers, Officers included,
Majesty's Service in the ensuing Campaign, and making Provision
for the same;
other Purposes therein mentioned.
Act to explain and fix in what Money the Taxes to the respective sinking
shall be hereafter paid into the Treasury.
Act to ascertain the Proportion of the Money granted, or to be granted
Parliament, to this Colony, in order to lessen the Sinking Funds in
Act to provide for the Pay of the New-Jersey Regiment, for the Month
One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty; and other incidental Charges.
Act for Naturalizing David Slayback, Henry Luts, Michael Hammer, and
Act for the Relief of Francis Goelet.
Act for obviating Doubts respecting the Acts of Assembly passed
and for confirming the Proceedings of the Court of Justice in this
since the Demise of his late Majesty.
Act to provide for the Inlisting, Cloathing, and Pay of Sixty-six
Officers included, to be employed in his Majesty's Service from and
after the first Day
of November next.
Act effectually to prevent Horse-Racing and Gaming in the Province
Act to impower the Church-Wardens and Vestry-Men of St. Peter's Church,
in the City of Perth-Amboy, to raise by Lottery, a Sum of Money for
Church, Parsonage, School-House, and Ferry-House in said City.
Act to amend and revive an Act, entitled, An Act for the Relief of
Prisoners for Debt.
Updated December 8, 2015
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