What follows is a list of Colonial and Revolutionary era records and record groups originating in New Jersey, from the manuscript holdings in the Department of Special Collections, University Libraries of Notre Dame. Record series included here date wholly or primarily from the years before 1788.
WRITS OF ATTACHMENT AGAINST ROBERT JAMES. 1788. 2 documents. Two partly printed documents written and signed by justice John Welling, directing the constables of Hunterdon County, New Jersey to attach the property of Robert James of Trenton for debts owed to Amos Moore. MSN/COL 4400-1 to MSN/COL 4400-2
WRIT OF ATTACHMENT AGAINST R. WILLIAMS. 1788. 1 document. A partly printed document written and signed by justice B. Smith, directing the constables of Hunterdon County, New Jersey to attach the property of R. Williams for debts owed to Daniel Mershon and John Clark. MSN/COL 4401-1.