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Thomas Sinnickson was an American merchant and statesman from Salem, New Jersey. He represented New Jersey at-large in the U.S. House in 1789–1791 and again in 1797–1799.
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The Boston Brahmin or Boston elite are members of Boston's traditional upper class. They form an integral part of the historic core of the East Coast establishment, along with other wealthy families of Philadelphia and New York City. They are often associated with the distinctive Boston Brahmin accent, Harvard University, Anglicanism and traditional Anglo-American customs and clothing. Descendants of the earliest English colonists, such as those who came to America on the Mayflower or the Arbella, are often considered to be the most representative of the Boston Brahmins.
Finns Point is a small strategic promontory in Pennsville Township, Salem County, New Jersey, and New Castle County, Delaware, located at the southwest corner of the New Jersey peninsula, on the east bank of the Delaware River near its mouth on Delaware Bay. Due to the wording of the original charter defining the boundaries of New Jersey and Delaware, part of the promontory is actually enclosed within the state of Delaware's border, due to tidal flow and the manner in which the borders between New Jersey and Delaware were first laid out. Therefore, this portion of Finns Point is an exclave of Delaware, cut off from the rest of the state by Delaware Bay. The area is about 10 miles (16 km) south of the city of Wilmington, and directly across the Delaware River from the New Castle area, and the Delaware River entrance to the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal. Pea Patch Island, part of the state of Delaware, sits in the channel of the river facing the promontory.
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These are tables of congressional delegations from New Jersey to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives.
Samuel Dick was an American physician who was a delegate for New Jersey to the Confederation Congress in 1784 and 1785.
William Clark (1770–1838) was an American soldier and explorer; governor of Missouri Territory.
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New York Law School (NYLS) is a private law school in New York City. NYLS has a full-time day program, a part-time evening program, and a two-year accelerated J.D. honors program.
Thomas Sinnickson was an American jurist and statesman from Salem, New Jersey. He represented New Jersey in the United States House of Representatives in 1828-1829.
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John Renshaw Thomson was an American merchant and politician from New Jersey.
Clement Hall Sinnickson, was an American Republican Party politician, who served in the United States House of Representatives, where he represented New Jersey's 1st congressional district from 1875 to 1879. He is the grandnephew of Thomas Sinnickson, who was also a former Representative from New Jersey.
St. John's Episcopal Cemetery is a cemetery in Salem, the historic county seat of Salem County.
The Euphradian Society, also known as ΦΑΕ, is a literary society founded in 1806 at the University of South Carolina, then known as South Carolina College, as a result of the splitting in two of the Philomathic Society, which had been formed within weeks of the opening of the college in 1805 and included virtually all enrolled students. At what was called the Synapian Convention held in February, 1806, the members of Philomathic decided to split into separate societies, one of which became known as Euphradian, while the other became known as Clariosophic. Two blood brothers picked the members for the new groups in a manner similar to choosing up sides for an impromptu baseball game. William Harper became the first president of the Euphradian Society. The society still traditionally convenes in its historic hall in Harper College on the university's historic horseshoe.
Events from the year 1790 in the United States.
Anthony Sharp (1643–1707) was a Dublin Quaker and wool merchant.
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Elections to the United States House of Representatives in New Jersey for the 6th Congress were held October 10, 1798.
Sinnickson Landing is an unincorporated community located within Elsinboro Township in Salem County, New Jersey, United States.