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NATHAN HALE CHAPTER.-Our friends of
ORDINANCES, &c. Nathan Hale Chapter, Newark, N. J., were We commence in this number, the publication of greeted with an overflowing audience at their Ordinances, Decisions, and Resolutions having the Anniversary on the 27th Nov. The great Li.
force of law, passed by the Chancery of the State of brary Hall of that City was crammed with
New-York. They are all from the official records, attentive listeners, and hundreds were compelled
furnished by the politeness of the G. C. of the C.
CHANCERY ROOMS, to return from the doors, unable to gain admit
New-York, November 18th, 1850. tance. Chancellor C. Goodrich Boyce, of New P. G. S. Thos. R. WHITNEY, Esq. York, delivered an admirable address, his sub-| Dear Sir, and Bro.- I have the honor to transmit to
you for publication in the “ Republic,” the accomject being the principles and objects of our Or
any objects of our ur. | panying Ordinanoes, Resolutions, and Decisions of the der, which was received with soul-stirring evi- Chancery of the State of New-York. dences of approval. In fact, wherever the prin
Truly and fraternally, ciples of our Order are truly presented, they L. S. C. GOODRICH BOYCE, G. C. of the C. meet with an instinctive, sympathetic response,
ORDINANCE No. 1. from every heart deserving the proud name of American. Nathan Hałe Chapter, and the Or
[Adopted Oct. 29th, 1849.]
Third Chancery 0. U. A., State of New-York. der generally, in New-Jersey, is in a highly
The Chancery of the 0. U. A. of the State of Newflourishing condition. A new. Chapter is now in | York, baving jurisdiction as Arch Chancery, hereby progress of formation at Wightstown,
From and after the date hereof, no amendment of the Constitution of this Order, or of the Constitution
of the Order in the State of New York, shall be FORMATION OF CHAPTERS.--Applications for deemed as under consideration, or be placed on file Charters for new Chapters of the 0. U. A. must for future action, until a vote has been adopted by in all cases be made to the Chancery of the State
the Chancery directing that it shall be so considered
and so placed on file. in which the proposed Chapter is to be located. If no Chancery is formed in the State, the first ORDINANCE No. 2. [Adopted Dec. 3, 1849.] Chapter chartered there exercises the powers of
An Ordinance to vacate seats under certain circum
stances. a Chancery, and the application must be made to The Chancery 0. U. A., State of New-York, havthat Chapter. If no Chapter of the Order ex. ing jurisdiction as Arch Chancery, do ordain as folists in the State, the application must be made to
lows, to wit: Any Chancellor who shall removo or
change his residence from the State in which his own Arch Chancery, or, at the present time, to the Chapter is located, without first obtaining leave of Chancery of the State of New York, which is absence from the Chapter which he represents in the
Chancery of his State ; and any Chancellor who shall acting as Arch Chancery. Applications must be
withdraw, or be legally removed from his said Chapsigned by at least ten persons, and accompanied ter, shall be deemed to have vacated his seat in the with a fee of six dollars. If the application is Chancery; and on due representation of the facts
from the Chapter, the Chancery may declare his seat favorably considered, a delegation will be sent,
so vacant, and direct an election to be held in the at the expense of Arch Chancery, to institute Chapter to fill the vacancy so caused. the Chapter, if not, the fee will be returned.
ORDINANCE No. 3. [Adopted Jan. 7th, 1850. ] The following is the form of an application.
An Ordinance for the punishment of offenses. APPLICATION FOR A CHARTER.
| The Chancery 0. U. A., State of New-York, hav
ing jurisdiction as Arch Chancery, do ordain as fol
185 lows: To the Honorable, the Chancery, ?
$1. Any Chapter of this Order that shall neglect
or refuse to bring to a full and fair trial, any officer or 0, U. A., State of
member of its own body, upon charges duly made, The undersigned, native-born citizens of the for any violation of the letter or spirit of the ConstiUnited States, severally between the ages of tution or laws of the Order, and any Chapter that
shall willfully screen from trial and punishment any eighteen and fifty-five years, approving of the
officer or member who is so charged, or neglect or rePatriotic Principles and Objects of the Order of
fuse to furnish the necessary evidence, books or papers, United Americans, and believing that the spread within its possession or reach, when legally required of those principles, and the extension of the Or to do so for the furtherance of any trial or appeal, der among Americans, will tend to preserve and shall be deemed guilty of insubordination, and liable perpetuate the Free Institutions of our Country, either to fine, suspension, or the invalidation of its have united together for the formation of a
charter, as the Chancery shall determine. Chapter of said Order, to be located in the
§ 2. Any presiding officer of any Chancery or Chap
ter of the Order, who shall be guilty of tyrannous or -of County of
and disorderly conduct while acting as such presiding they respectfully solicit your Honorable Body to officer, shall be subject to impeachment and trial grant them a Charter for the same, to be known before his own Chancery or Chapter as the case may as - Chapter, No.
be, and on the presentation of any act of impeach
ment, the officer charged therein shall vacate his seat NAME. I AGE. I RESIDENCE. as presiding officer until a decision shall be made
thereon. Provided always, that no act of impeachAll correspondence with the Chancery of New ment shall be received or entertained unless the same
be signed by at least five members of the body over York, should be directed to Richard Ebbets Esq.,
which the officer charged theroin presides. If found No. 203 Prince St. New-York City.
guilty upon such charges, so made, the officer so offend
ing shall be liable cither to reprimand, removal from at least six Chancellors to be associated with him in office, suspension in his office or in bis membership, or his official visits, and it shall be his duty to make such expulsion from the Chancery or the Chapter to which appointments from time to time, so that as far as he belongs.
practicable, each official visit shall be composed of ORDINANCE No. 4.
not less than seven delegates, including the said chair
man. For affecting greater uniformity and regularity in
$ 4. The G. S. sball, upon appointing such Chairperforming the private work, etc., of the Order.
man, and previous to entering upon their duties, [Adopted March 18, 1850.]
notify them of the name, number and location, and The Chancery 0. U. A., State of New York, in night of meeting of each Chapter under their jurisregular session convened, do ordain as follows: diction, and furnish each of them with an Official § 1. The G. S. shall, at the first meeting suc
Commission attested by the G. C. of the C. ceeding his election, appoint ten members of Chance § 5. Should any Chairman, by means of tempory, to be denominated CHAIRMEN OF VISITING Com rary indisposition, or absence from the city, be unable MITTEES.
to perform the duties required, he shall present a writ$ 2. The duties of said Committee shall be to ten appointment to such of his associates as he may visit officially Chapter under their inrisdiction select as Chairman, pro tem., and the said associate at least once in cach quarter. (exclusive of the Semi- shall thereby become invested with all the powers of Annual installation) to give all necessary instructions
Chairman, and shall exercise the same for the time relative to the private work and usages of the Order,
being. and exact a compliance therewith, and also to preside
$ 6. Chapters shall grant to the Chairman, under at the installation of their respective officers.
whose jurisdiction they are placed, every facility for EachChairman shall present a written report to inspecting their performance of the private work, Chancery at its regular quarterly sessions. viz. : on | signs, &c. &c.,
on signs, &c. &c., and shall strictly conform to such the first Mondays in September, December, March | alteration or amendment as ho shall suggest. and June.
$7. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately. $ 3. Each Chairman shall have power to select, I
[To be continued.)
NAMES AND ADDRESS
OF THE DELEGATES TO THE CHANCERY, 0. U. A., STATE OF NEW-YORK,
FOR THE YEAR COMMENCING SEPTEMBER 1st, 1850.
OFFICERS AND STANDING COMMITTEES OF CHANCERY.
GRAND SACHEM,--JOHN L. VANDEWATER,
G. Second C.-STEPHEN H. HOPPER.
G. C. of E.-WILLIAM W. OSBORN,
COLUMBIA CHAPTER, No. 7.
William Mauterstock, 164 West 17th Street. E. Gilbert Bennett, 102 Broadway.
Samuel J. Bookstaver, 198 West 20th Street,
John Voorhis, 9 Cornelia Street.
PUTNAM CHAPTER, NO. 8.
James Welsh, 67 Willet Street.
J. B. Peck, 504 Grand Street.
FRANKLIN CHAPTZR, NO. 9.
Joseph C. Morton, 175 Madison Street.
John G. Packard, 66 Horatio Street.
PAULDING CHAPTER, NO. 10.
G. W. Mercer, 271 West 17th Street, G.L. Schuyler, 310 Second Avenue,
Thaddeus Arery, 255 West 16th Street.
John H. Rogers, 41 Twenty-Sixth Street.
MARION CHAPTER, No. 11.
Henry G. Evans, Evening Mirror Office. Horace Beals. Mott a
Thomas P. Teale, 245 Bridge Street, Brooklyn,
David K. Seaman, 47 Orange Street, Brooklyn.
CONTINENTAL CHAPTER, No. 12.
E. B. Brush. 156 East 25th Street, bet. 1st and 2d Avenues Wm. J. Underhill, 260 Hudson Street.
Charles A. Day, 589 Broadway. Ira A Campbell, 208 West, Cor. Harrison Street,
I Stephen H. Munn, 97 West 16th street.
MOUNT VERSON CHAPTER, NO. 13.
HANCOCK CHAPTER, No. 14
enry Wilson, 78 Carmine Street, cor. Varick, James Parish, 11 Lewis Street.
LIBERTY CHAPTER, No. 15. 1 . H. Wheeler, 148 Perry Street.
Porge W. Devor, 156 Franklin Street.
DECATI'R CHAPTER, NO. 16.
LEXINGTON CHAPTER NO. 17.
NATIONAL CHAPTER, No. 18.
ADAMS CHAPTER, NO. 19.
PERRY CHAPTER, NO. 21.
CHARTER OAK CHAPTER, NO. 22.
FORT WASHINGTON CHAPTER, No. 23.
WOODHULL CHAPTER, No. 24.
CHAMPE CHAPTER, NO. 25.
PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, NO. 26.
BUNKER HILL CHAPTER, NO. 27.
EXCELSIOR CHAPTER, No. 28.
INDEPENDENCE CHAPTER, NO. 29.
BCHUYLER CIAPTER, NO. 30.
WESTCHESTER CHAPTER, NO. 31.
PAVONIA CHAPTER, NO. 32.
ONEIDA CHAPTER, NO. 33.
WORTH CHAPTER, NO. 34.
JASPER CHAPTER, No. 35.
NIAGARA CHAPTER, NO. 36.
AMERICAN STAR CHAPTER, NO. 37.
MAGNA CHAPTER, NO 38.
ZACHARY TAYLOR CHAPTER, No. 39.
TAPPAN CHAPTER, No. 40.
NEW YORK CHAPTER, NO. 41.
HUGUESOT CHAPTER, NO. 42.
E PLURIBUS UNUM CHAPTER, NO. 43.
LIBERTY TREE CHAPTER, NO. 44.
UNION CHAPTER, NO. 45,
RINGGOLD CHAPTER, NO. 46.
IRONSIDES CHAPTER, xo. 47.
GRAND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
P. G. S. Jesse Read Chairman,
Chan. Henry Jay,
George W. Alston.
P. G. S. Thomas R. Whitney, Chairman.
P. G. S. Jesse Read, Chairman,
Chan. E. B. Brush, Chairman.
CHAIRMAN OF VISITING COMMITTEES.
American and Independence. No. 2. P. G. S. Thomas R. Whitney-Pavonia, Oneida, Na
tional, and Jasper. No. 3. P. G. S. Jesse Read-Marion, Magna Charter, Lex
ington, Plymouth, and Woodhull. No. 4. Chan. Joseph C. Morton-Warren, Franklin, Pauld
ing and Hancock, No.5. G. 1st C. J. R. Lydecker-Alpha, Columbia, Bunker
Hill, Decatur and E. Pluribus Unum. No. 6. Chan. Samuel J. Bookstaver-Manhattan, Adams,
Excelsior, Niagara and Ringgold. No. 7. Chan. E. B. Brush-Washington, Liberty, Charter
Oak and Lawrence. No. 8. Chan. Henry Jay-Fort Washington, Perry, Conti
nental and Huguenot. No. 9. G. C. of the C. C. Goodrich Boyce-Worth, Zachary
Taylor, New-York, American Star and Liberty Tree. N. 10. Chan. John G. Packard-Champe, Schuyler, West. chester and Tappan.
0. GOODRICH BOYCE, G, C. of the C.
DIRECTORY OF CHAPTERS, 0. U. A.
Pavonia, No. 32, Saturday, Rossville, S. I.
Francis Hagadorn, 8.-Elias Combs, 0. C.
Geo. W. Clark, s. --Thos. W. Jaycox, 0. C. Jasper. No. 35. Monday. cor. Grove and Hudson Sts.
Jas. Maclay, S.-J. C. Cooper, C. C. Niagara, No. 36, Monday, at 149 Bowery.
Samuel J. Jacobs, 8.-John I. Grossman, C. C. American Star, No. 37, Thursday, Ramapo, Rockland Co.
C.C. Magna Charter, No. 38, Wednes. Montague Hall, Brooklyn.
E. Vanzaun, S.-J. Vanzaun, C. C.
Franklin Nurse, S.Oliver T. Wardell, 0. C. Huguenot, 42, Friday, Porthmond, S. I. Edward Jones, S.
C.C. E Pluribus Unum, No.43 d. c. Bowery and Broome St. Jno. C. Wandell,
s e rt Fisher, Jr., C. 0. Liberty Tree, No. 44, Friday, at Albany.
Jas. Leonard, S.Jno. H. Perkins, C. C.
Martin Lefurgy, 8.-Wm. Embree, C. C.
Chas. B. Ferrin, S.-Thos. Cox, C.O.
STATE OF NEW-YORK. J. L. Vandewater, G. S.-Richard Ebbets, G. C.C. Alpha, No. 1, Saturday, cor. Broadway and Grand Street.
Simeon Baldwin, 8.-Joseph B. Nones, C. C. Washington, No. 2, Thursday, cor. Grand and Ludlow Sts.
0. J. Miller, 8.-John Elliott, C. C. Warren, No. 3, Thursday, c, Atlantic and Henry, Brooklyn.
George A. Searing, S.- John Williams, o. o. Manhattan, No. 4, Thursday, cor. Av. C and 4th St.
William Smith, S.-Geo. H. Raymond, C.O. Lawrence, No. 5, Thursday, cor. 128th Street and 3d Av.
Martin Rapelyea, S.-Henry J. Fox, C. C. American, No.6, Wednesday, at cor. Broadway and Walker.
Warren B. Rockwell, s.-Gaven Spence, C. C. Columbia, No. 7, Thursday, cor. Bleecker and Morton Sts.
William C. Beatty, S.-E. S. Dubois, C. C. Putnam, No. 8, Wednesday, cor. Grand and Ludlow.
Benjamin C. Dean, S.-George Youngs, C. C. Franklin, No. 9, Monday, cor. Grand and Ludlow Sts.
I. B. Ostrander, 8.-Theodore H. Gray, C, C. Paulding, No. 10, meets Friday, cor. 230 St. and 8th Av.
Thomas J. Burger, 8.-John N. Zilkin, C.C. Marion, No. 11, Friday, Grenada Hall, Myrtle Av., Brooklyn.
Þ. K. Seaman, 8.-Lansing Melville, C.C. Continental, No 12, Thursday, at 327 Bowery.
E. B. Brush, S.-Geo. McIntire, o. o. Mount Vernon, No. 13, Thursday, c. Broadway and Walker.
Asa H. Leonard, 8.-0. 8. Phelphs, C. C. Hancock, No. 14, Wednesday, c. Bleecker and Morton Sts.
James Parish, 8.-Chas. Streightoff, 0. C. Liberty, No. 15, Friday, at 149 Bowery.
John Darrow, S.-Charles H. Wheeler, O.O. Decatur, No. 16, Thursday, cor. Broadway and Grand Sts.
C. G. Boyce. S.-- Jas. B. Scott, C. c. Lexington, No. 17, Monday, c. Fulton and Orange, Brooklyn.
J. B. Voorhies, S.-J. H. Switzer, C. C. National, No. 18, Tuesday, at 149 Bowery.
G. F. Coachman, S.--Arthur T. White, O.O.
Christopher Kierstied, S.-Jacob A. Roome, C. C. Charter Oak, No. 22, Monday, 327 Bowery.
Nicholas Ford, S.--William S. Dickinson, C. C.
John Arden, S.-'
J. C. Buckbee, S.-Wm. M. Richardson, C. C. Plymouth, No. 26, Wednesday, Montague Hall, Brooklyn.
S. Van Benschoten, S.-M. K. Bridges, C.C. Bunker Hill, 27, Friday, cor. Bleecker and Morton Sts.
A. C. Coquillett, S.-George Comstock, C. C. Excelsior, No.28, Tuesday, cor. Grand and Ludlow Sts.
James Lucas, S.-Henry Hollister, O.O.
Jas. Jackson, Jr., 8.-William H. Bedell, 0. C.
STATE OF NEW JERSEY.
John 0. Godfrey, G. S.-George Wurts, G. C. C. Pioneer, No. 1, Friday, Broad Street, Newark.
H. Munn, S.-C. W. Poore, C. C. Clark, No. 2, Monday, Rahway.
S.-William H. Moore, C. C. Nathan Hale, No. 3, Thursday, Newark.
A. J. Donnelly, s.-William Tucker, C. C. Morgan, No. 4, Tuesday, Hoboken.
Jas. Houseman, S.--Corns. Houseman, C. C. Jersey Blue, No. 5, Monday, New Brunswick.
J. Goodheart, S.-William S. Arents, C. C. American, No. 6, Tuesday, Franklin Hall, Jersey City.
J. B. Cleveland, S.-J. D. Narine, C. c. Washington, No. 7, Wednesday, Orange.
D. J. Kilborn, S.-J. B. Tichenor, C. O. American Eagle, No. 8, Tuesday, Paterson.
John Hopkinson, 8.-W. R. Bushnell, C. C. Monmouth, No. 9, Thursday. Freehold
Jesse K. Randall, S.-A. T. Manning, C. C. American Flag, No. 10, Tuesday, Newark.
Eugene Blything, S.-William Kosign, C. O. Liberty, No. 11, Wednesday, Bergen.
A. V. P. Jones, S.-W. D. 0. Jones, C. O.
Independence, No. 29, Friday, 9
STATE OF CONNECTICUT.
Roger Sherman, No. 1, Tuesday, c. State & Chapel Sts. N.H
E. G. Storer, S.-James L. Gould, C. C. Putnam, No. 2, Wednesday, S. of T. Hall, Middletown. Tuba Henry Kelsey, S.
Born at Bridge's Creek, Westmoreland County, Virginia, on the 22nd of February, 1732.
“ Against the insidious wiles of Foreign Influence, I conjure you to believe me, fellow-citizens, the jealousies of a free people ought to be constantly awake, since history and experience prove that Foreign Influence is one of the most baneful foes of a Republican Government."- Washington's Farewell Address.