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Sida 366 - The Tryal of John Peter Zenger, of New York, Printer, who was lately Try'd and Acquitted for Printing and Publishing a Libel against the Government. With the Pleadings and Arguments on both sides.
Sida 417 - A Journal of the Proceedings in the Detection of the Conspiracy formed by some White People, in Conjunction with Negro and other Slaves, for burning the City of New-York in America, and murdering the Inhabitants.
Sida 459 - Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty \ of the | Town of Huntington...
Sida 321 - A Historical Inquiry concerning Henry Hudson, his Friends, Relatives, and Early Life, his Connection with the Muscovy Company, and Discovery of Delaware Bay.
Sida 402 - An Address delivered at the Celebration by the New York Historical Society, May 20, 1863, of the Two Hundredth Birth Day of Mr. William Bradford, who Introduced the Art of Printing into the Middle Colonies of British America. By John William Wallace of Philadelphia.
Sida 343 - Description exacte de tout ce qui s'est passe" dans les guerres entre le roy d'Angleterre, le roy de France, les estats des provinces unies du Pays-bas et 1'evesque de Munster.
Sida 312 - Documents relating to the history of the early colonial settlements principally on Long Island ; trans., comp.
Sida 413 - History of New Amsterdam ; or New York as it Was in the Days of the Dutch Governors, Together with Papers on Events connected with the American Revolution ; and on Philadelphia in the Times of William Penn.
Sida 510 - Pioneer History of the Champlain Valley : being an Account of the Settlement of the Town of Willsborough, by William Gilliland, together with his Journal and other Papers, and a Memoir, Albany, 1863, Svo, 200 copies, and 50 copies 1.
Sida 331 - Netherland, and the occurrences there, addressed to the high and mighty Lords States General of the United Netherlands on the 28th July, 1649, with Secretary Van Tienhoven's Answer, Translated from a copy of the original Dutch MSS.