The Copley Press
J.S. Copley Library
La Jolla, CA
n.d., 4 pages.
This signed manuscript is an extract of a law dated June 3, 1757 being "a supplementary act to the act entitled an act for better settling and regulating the militia."
1764, 3 pages.
An original New Jersey legislative act captioned "An act to enable the owners and possessors of certain salt meadows and marshes lying in the townships of Woodbridge and Piscaraway to make and keep open the necessary drains, build and repair bridges and gates for uses herein mentioned." On the verso of the fourth blank pages is an autograph document signed by Abraham Clark, as a junior clerk of the New Jersey legislature.
The Morgan Library
Department of Literary and Historical Manuscripts
New York, NY
1777, 1 item.
A letter from Abraham Clark to Reverend James Caldwell referring to the action of Congress on his behalf dated March 7, 1777.
1790, 1 item.
A letter from Abraham Clark to Honorable Jonathan Dayton dated November 15, 1790.
The Rosenbach Museum & Library
1778, 2 pages.
A letter from Abraham Clark to John Hart, Speaker of the New Jersey Assembly, dated June 1, 1778. In the letter, Abraham Clark asks John Hart to expedite the release of money due to his son's militia company.
1791, 1 item.
A detailed statement of the expenses incurred by Abraham Clark as commissioner to settle New Jersey's accounts with the federal government. The statement also includes a record of cash advances made to Abraham Clark, and a final receipt for payment of the balance due.
1791, 1 item.
A letter from Abraham Clark to Thomas Lowry, dated October 31, 1791. The letter concerns payments to be made for the recruiting of a New Jersey brigade in continental services in 1778.
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