The Resource Draft resolution encouraging industries, 1775 Mar. 27
- Draft resolution encouraging industries, 1775 Mar. 27
- Inclusive dates
- 1775 Mar. 27
- Title variation
- Revolutionary Convention Papers
- Liquor industry. -- Virginia -- 18th century
- Cotton industry and trade -- Virginia -- 18th century
- State government records
- Salt industry -- Virginia -- 18th century
- Virginia -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783
- Glass manufacture. -- Virginia -- 18th century
- Virginia -- Politics and government -- 1775-1783
- Paper industry. -- Virginia -- 18th century
- Vagrancy -- Virginia -- 18th century
- Resolutions -- Virginia
- Hemp -- Virginia -- 18th century
- Gunpowder. -- Virginia -- 18th century
- Virginia, (1775 Mar. 20-27)
- Constitutional conventions -- Virginia
- Wool industry -- Virginia -- 18th century
- Contains a draft resolution to encourage agriculture, manufactures, economy, and industry. Includes resolutions for the restraint of vagrants, sheep, woollen, cotton, and linen manufacturers, flax, hemp, and cotton cultivation, salt manufacture, salt petre and sulfur collection, gun powder manufacture, iron manufacture, steel manufacture, paper manufacture, glass houses, hemp and flax mills, brewing malt liquors, etc
- Agency history record describes the history and functions of the Virginia Convention of 1776. (Search Virginia Convention as author).
- Additional physical form
- Microfilm available on Misc. Reel 616.
- Biographical or historical data
- The five revolutionary conventions that provided Virginians with an alternative government between August 1, 1774, and July 5, 1776, grew out of an extralegal meeting of twenty-five members of the House of Burgesses at the Raleigh Tavern in Williamsburg on May 30, 1774. The burgesses considered methods of protesting the closing of the port of Boston by British authorities as a punishment for the Tea Party held there in 1773. A boycott of British goods was agreed upon, and a call was issued for the full House to convene at Williamsburg on August 1, 1774, in open defiance of Lord Dunmore, the royal governor, who had prorogued the assembly. The dates of the conventions were: first, August 1-6, 1774; second, March 20-27, 1775; third, July 17-August 26, 1775; fourth, December 1, 1775-January 20, 1776; fifth, May 6-July 5, 1776. This fifth convention adjourned and was replaced the next day by the new state government organized under the Virginia Constitution of 1776.
- Cataloging source
- Citation source
- Salmon, John S., comp. A GUIDE TO STATE RECORDS IN THE ARCHIVES BRANCH OF THE VIRGINIA BRANCH OF THE VIRGINIA STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1985
- Location of other archival material
- Printed texts appear in Revolutionary Virginia: the Road to Independence; a Documentary Record (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1973-1983), 7 vols.
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