Scharf, Thomas J., History of Delaware, 1609-1888. Volume Two- pp. 1130-1147. CHAPTER LXI.
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The town of Camden was incorporated by an act of Legislature passed February 16, 1752. By the act it was provided that a town-meeting should be held on the first Monday in March next, for the election of three resident freehold commissioners, and that a plot and survey of the town should be made and recorded in the recorder’s office in Dover. It was again reincorporated March 4, 1869. The charter was again renewed and amended at the 1888 session of the General Assembly. The town officers since 1852 have been, viz.