Treatise Upon the Estate and Rights of the Corporation of the City of New York, as Proprietors, Volume 2

E. Jones, 1862
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Page 28 - ... not to be repugnant but as near as may be agreeable to the laws and statutes of this our kingdom of Great Britain...
Page 44 - ... the high and mighty lords, the states general of the United Netherlands...
Page 41 - ... shall be subject to the quarantine or health laws, and laws in relation to passengers of the state of New Jersey, which now exist or which may hereafter be passed. 3. The state of New York shall have the exclusive right of regulating the fisheries between the shore of Staten Island and the middle of the said waters, provided that the navigation of the said waters be not obstructed or hindered.
Page 42 - Jersey, or fastened to a wharf adjoining thereto ; or unless such person shall be under arrest or such property shall be under seizure, by virtue of process or authority of the state of New Jersey. ARTICLE EIGHTH. — This agreement shall become binding on the two states when confirmed by the legislatures thereof respectively, and when approved by the congress of the United States.
Page 39 - The boundary line between the two states of New York and New Jersey, from a point in the middle of Hudson river opposite the point on the west shore thereof,- in the forty-first degree of north latitude, as heretofore ascertained and marked, to the main sea, shall be the middle of the said river, of the bay of New York, of the waters between Staten island and New Jersey, and of Raritan bay to the main sea, except as hereinafter otherwise particularly mentioned.
Page 41 - The state of New Jersey shall have and enjoy exclusive jurisdiction of and over all the waters of the sound between Staten Island and New Jersey lying south of Woodbridge creek, and of and over all the waters of Raritan Bay lying westward of a line drawn from the light-house at Prince's bay to the mouth of Mattavan creek; subject to the following rights of property and of jurisdiction of the state of New York; that is to say: 1.
Page 28 - People so to be summoned as aforesaid, to make, constitute, and ordain Laws, Statutes, and Ordinances for the Public Peace, Welfare, and good Government of our said Colonies, and of the People and Inhabitants thereof, as near as may be agreeable to the Laws of England...
Page 41 - Jersey shall have the exclusive jurisdiction of and over the wharves, docks and improvements made, and to be made, on the shore of the said state, and of and over all vessels aground on said shore, or fastened to any such wharf or dock...
Page 42 - York, against any person accused of an offense committed within that state; or committed on board of any vessel being under the exclusive jurisdiction of that state as aforesaid; or committed against the regulations made or to be made by that state in relation to the fisheries mentioned in the...
Page 115 - No such grant shall be made to any person other than the proprietor of the adjacent lands, a'nd any such grant made to any other person shall be void.

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