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Public Laws-Mannington and Livingston Townships
-elections to be by ballot,

222
act authorizing the names of certain streets

in city of Hoboken, to be changed, 233
act vesting title of Old Academy lot, in town

of Bergen, in the trustees of School Dis-
trict No. I.

235
supplement to act authorizing the city of
Trenton to purchase Water stock,

237
act relative to election of overseers of roads
in township of Rockaway,

254
act authorizing town elections, in Newton,

Stillwater and Lafayette, to be by ballot, 256
act to provide for paving, grading, &c., the
streets in town of Bridgeton,

258
supplement to general act to incorporate

benevolent and charitable associations, 263
act authorizing the Governor to appoint com-

missioners of deeds, in other States, at his
discretion,

264
act to change the numbers of certain assem-

bly districts, in the city of Newark, 266
supplement to act to incorporate Atlantic
City,

267
supplement to act to authorize building a
bridge over Cooper's creek,

268
act to establish an independent battalion in
the county of Bergen,

269
act relative to the election of overseers of
roads, in Fairfield township,

272
collectors to have same authority as consta-

bles, in collecting taxes, in townships of
Raritan, Holmdel, and Matavan,

274
act authorizing the drainage of flowed lands

along the Passaic River, between Chatham
and Deepavaal Brook,

301

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Public Laws-act relative to boundary between Rox-

bury and Washington Townships, Morris
county,

307
supplement to act to create the county of
Union,

308
supplement to act to create the township of
Clayton,

310
collectors to have same powers as constables

in collecting taxes in Pequannock and
Tewkesbury Townships,

318
act for relief of Christopher Wilson, 318
act to regulate the shad fisheries in Mana-
squan River,

321
act to pay for repairs to the State Arsenal 322
act to regulate the public printing,

322
act to extend provisions of acts restraining

cattle, &c., from running at large to the
townships of Downs, Shrewsbury, Ocean,
Aquackanonk, Manchester, Princeton,
Lawrence, West Windsor, Orange, Cald-
well, Livingston, and Millburn,

335
supplement to act to incorporate the city of
Rabway,

337
supplement to act to incorporate the city of
Elizabeth,

339
supplement to act relative to the court of
pardons,

351
supplement to act relative to draining lands
along Paulings Kill Creek,

352
supplement to act relative to the courts for
the trial of small causes,

357
act to incorporate Egg Harbor City, 385
act authorizing parts of Essex and Middle-

sex, and the Newark turnpikes, to be ceded

to cities and townships in which they lie, 400
act to alter the boundary line between
Ewing and Lawrence Townships,

403

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Public Laws-acts to establish width of Market Street
in the city of Camden,

404
supplement to charter of the town of Lam-
bertville,

408
supplement to act respecting executions and

regulating the sale of personal estate, 409
act relative to public schools in Union Town-
ship, Camden County,

411
act to define the rights of parties whose pro-

perty is damaged, &c., in cases where grades
of streets, &c., are altered,

415
act to legalize certain proceedings of the

Water Commissioners of Hoboken, 435
act to determine the number of chosen free-

holders, and to provide for the election of

County Collector in Camden County, 437
act authorizing elections in Upper Penn's-
neck Township, to be by ballot,

440
act legalizing acknowledgments of deeds

taken by S. Alpheus Smith of New York, 441
act for the better discipline of the Newark
Brigade,

442
act to authorize a bridge over Pennshawkin
Creek,

443
act to establish a second election district in
Woodbridge township,

444
act repealing part of former law, relative to

public schools, in townships of South
Brunswick and Monroe,

446
act to prevent swine from running at large
in village of Cookstown,

446
act to authorize interest upon appropriation
unpaid to lunatic asylum,

448
act to authorize the sheriffs of the counties

of Camdert and Atlantic, to sell the Cam.
den and Atlantic railroad,

448

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Public Laws-act to provide for funding the floating
debt of Camden County,

449
act to authorize Holmes Conover, late sheriff
of Monmouth County, to appoint an attor-

452
act to make an appropriation to the state
prison,

453
act to confirm acknowledgments of deeds,
&c., by George W. Williams,

454
act relative to sale of geological reports, 455
act to authorize building addition to the
state house,

455
act to authorize election of overseer of roads,

by districts, in the townships of Chatham
and Hope,

456
act relative to the appropriation of money

for the support of common schools, from
the school fund, &c.,

458
act relative to the proceeds of real estate
sold by law,

459
act to repeal the charters of turnpikes for
non-user, in certain cases,

460
act relative to freights on railroads,

461
act making an appropriation to the State
Agricultural Society,

462
supplement to act for the more easy fore-
closure of mortgages,

463
supplement to act relating to the collection

of debts, &c., against ships, boats, &c., 464
supplement to act relative to the Court of
Pardons,

465
supplement to act for the suppression of lot-
teries,

466
supplement to act relating to hawkers, ped-
dlers, &c.,

466
supplement to act relating to the support of
bastard children,

467

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Public Laws-act extending provisions of law against

cattle, &c., from running at large, to the
township of Hamilton,

472
act relating to tax for school purposes in
Deptford township,

473
further supplement to act relative to the
business of banking,

474
further supplement to act against usury, 475
supplement to act for the preservation of
sheep,

476
supplement to attachment law,

477
supplement to act constituting courts for the
trial of small causes,

477
supplement to act for the more easy partition
of lands, &c.

478
joint resolution, allowing to State Normal

School the use of instruments, &c., belong.
ing to state,

495
joint resolution relative to erection of public

building in Trenton by general govern-
ment,

496
joint resolution relative to ports of entry in
this state,

497
joint resolution relative to New Jersey bat-

talion of volunteers in the war with
Mexico,

498
joint resolution relative to Lieut. M. F.
Maury, U. S. Navy,

499
joint resolution for better preservation of life

and property, &c., on the New Jersey
coast,

500
joint resolution to authorize treasurer to

transfer to joint companies four hundred
shares of stock, &c.,

503
joint resolution relative to obtaining from the

United States a donation of public lands, 503

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