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1664 The Grant to Berkeley and Carteret, 1664
1664 Concessions and Agreements of the Proprietors, 1664
1672 The Declaration of True Intent, 1672
1674 King James’ Grant to Carteret, 1674 via the Avalon Project, Yale University.
1676 The Charter of Fundamental Laws of West New Jersey, Agreed Upon, 1676 via the Avalon Project, Yale University.
1676 The Quintipartite Deed of Revision, Between E. and W. Jersey, July 1, 1676 via the Avalon Project, Yale University
1680 The Duke of York’s Second Grant to William Penn, Gawn Lawry, Nicholas Lucas, John Eldridge, Edmund Warner, and Edward Byllynge, for the Soil and Government of West New Jersey, August 6, 1680 via the Avalon Project, Yale University.
1681 The Right of Government, Province of West New-Jersey, in America, the 25th of the ninth month called November, 1681 via the Avalon Project, Yale University.
1681 The Fundamental Agreements of 1681
1682 Duke of York’s Confirmation to the 24 Proprietors, March 14, 1682 via the Avalon Project, Yale University.
1683 The Fundamental Constitutions for the Province of East New Jersey in America Anno Domini 1683 via the Avalon Project, Yale University.
1683 The King’s Letter Recognizing the Proprietors’ Right to the Soil and Government, 1683 via the Avalon Project, Yale University.
1702 Surrender from the Proprietors of East and West New Jersey, of Their Pretended Right of Government to Her Majesty, 1702 via the Avalon Project, Yale University.
1709 The Queen’s Acceptance of the Surrender of Government, April 17, 1709 via the Avalon Project, Yale University.
1712 Charles II’s Grant of New England to the Duke of York, 1676, Exemplified by Queen Anne, 1712 via the Avalon Project, Yale University.
1756 A treaty between the government of New-Jersey, and the Indians, inhabiting the several parts of said province: held at Croswicks, in the county of Burlington on Thursday and Friday, the eighth and ninth day of January, 1756. 
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