A History of the City of Newark New Jersey, Vol. 1: Embracing Practically Two and a Half Centuries; 1666-1913 (Classic Reprint)

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Chapter VIII. The lords proprietors versus the people New Jersey's First Assembly - Fight Against Quit-rents Begun - Bold Opposition to Governor Carteret - Newark's Firm stand-the Dutch Re-conquest, 1673 - English Authority Resumed, 1674 - Attempt to Absorb New Jersey in New York - Brave Defiance of Andros by the People - East Jersey Under Twenty-four Proprietors - East Jersey's Population Over in 1681 - King James's Last Effort to Get Back New Jersey - anti-proprietary Movement Grows - Details of the Strug gle; the Revolution - A Jersey Lexington in 1700 - Newark Gives Aid to Fellow Insurgents - The First Newark Riots - The Sixty Horse men - Lords Proprietors Drummed Out of Power, 1702.

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