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JOEL PARKER, GOVERNOR OF NEW JERSEY.
PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR.
All good bestowed upon mankind proceeds from the Supreme Ruler of the Universe. Believing that the people should at stated periods designated by civil authority, give thanks publicly to Him for His manifold blessings, and unitedly pray for the continuance of the same, I, Joel Parker, Governor of the State of New Jersey, do hereby recommend that Thursday, the twenty-seventh day of November instant, be observed within this State as a day of Public Thanksgiving and Prayer to Almighty God. Given under my hand and seal, at the executive chamber, in the city of Trenton, the twelfth day [L. s.] of November, A. D. eighteen hundred and seventythree, and of the independence of the United
States, the ninety-eighth.
PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR.
I, Joel PARKER, Governor of the State of New Jersey, by authority of law, do proclaim and make known that, in conformity to the sixth section of the act entitled “An act providing for declaring and making known that certain laws and joint resolutions have become inoperative and void,” aproved March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-three, the omptroller of the Treasury of this State has duly reported to me the following named bills, a list of which is hereto attached and making part of this proclamation, with the date of approval or passage of each ; all which bills were approved or passed since the eighteenth day of March, A. D. eighteen hundred and fifty-nine; and that each of said bills has become inoperative and void, for the reason that the parties interested therein have failed to pay the sum assessed thereon, and declared to be payable thereon, according to the requirements of the act entitled “An act to increase the revenue of the State of New Jersey,” approved March sixth, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, and the supplement thereto, approved March eighteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine. Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the [l. s.] State of New Jersey, at Trenton, this first day of December, A. D. eighteen hundred and seventy
three. JOEL PARKER. By the Governor : HENRY C. Kelsey, Secretary of State.
TITLES OF ACTS AND DATE OF APPROVAL,
An act to consolidate the Bergen Point and Staten Island, and Constable's Hook and New York Ferry Companies; approved March 23, 1859. An act to incorporate the Titusville Delaware Bridge Company; approved January 31, 1860. An act to renew the charter of the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of Rahway, and to increase the capital stock thereof; approved February 2, 1860. An act to incorporate the Crane Lathe Company; approved February 2, 1860. An act to regulate dockage and excursion parties at and to Cliffwood Dock, in Monmouth county; approved February 8, 1860. An act to incorporate the Camden Rolling Mill Company; approved February 14, 1860. An act to incorporate the Excelsior Iron Manufacturing Company, of Trenton; approved February 14, 1860. A further supplement to an act entitled “An act to incorporate the Deckertown and Newton Turnpike Company,” o the twenty-seventh day of January, eighteen hunred and fourteen; approved February 14, 1860. A supplement to an act entitled “An act to incorporate the Freehold and Smithville Turnpike Company,” passed February twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight; approved February 14, 1860. An act to incorporate the Little Falls Water Power and Manufacturing Company; approved February 15, 1860. An act to incorporate the Morristown, Hanover and Pequannock Canal Company; approved February 21, 1860. A further supplement to the act entitled “An act to incorporate the Sussex Mine Railroad Company,” approved March ninth, eighteen hundred and forty-eight; approved February 21, 1860.