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Blome, Richard. L'Amérique anglaise; ou, Description des isles et General his
tory, 1674-1719 terres du roi d'Angleterre dans Amérique traduite de l’Anglais. 331p. Amst, 1688.
dominions of the crown of England in the West Indies with an ac-
New York, p. 90-96.
York and a tour in several of the American colonies in 1679-80 ;
974.721 L85 Duyckinck, E. A. A peep into New Netherland 200 years ago. (see Putnam's magazine, Ap. 1868, 11:479-87)
051 P98 Description of the above journal of Dankers and Sluyter. Knight, Mrs Sarah (Kemble). Journals of Madam Knight and Rev.
Mr Buckingham, from the original mss written in 1704 and 1710. 129p, N. Y. 1825,
917.4 K741 Contents: Private journal kept by Madam Knight on a journey from Boston
to New York in tbe year 1701, p. 3–76.
Diary of the land expedition against Crown Point in the year
1711, kept by Rev. Johu Buckingham, p. 101-29. Private journal of a journey from Boston to New York in the year 1704. 92p. Alb, 1865.
917.4 K74 Lacroix, A. P. de. Algemeene weereld-beschryving nae de rechte
verdeeling der landschappen, plaetsen, zeeën, rivieren, &c, geographisch, politisch, historisch, chronologisch en genealogisch in't fransch beschreeven, in de hoogduitsche tael overgebraght met veel aenmerkingen en verbeteringen door Hieronymus Dicelius; nu vertaeld nae den tweeden druk met veel' aenmerkenswaerdige byvoegzelen opgehelderd door S, de Vries met landkaarten van N, Sarson, 3v.
LII2 Asher, p. 27–28, 10. 20.
This description is remarkable by the fact that it contains the same statement regarding the foundation of New Amsterdam as was made by Stuyvesant in bis letter to Nicholls in 1664, viz, that the town was founded in 1623.
New Netherland, 3:338–39.
General his.. Lodwick, Charles. New York in 1692; letter from Lodwick to Mr tory, 1674-1719
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zee. en landreizen door de Carabische eylanden, Nieuw-Nederland, Virginien en de Spaanische West-Indien, 96p.
. Asher, p. 26–27, no. 18. Reprint from his Zee en land reizen; continuivg it from 1682 to the death of the author, who was in New York during the quarrel between England and Holland.
New Netherland, p. 16-46. - Edward Meltons zeldzaame en gedenkwaardige zee en land
reizen door Egypten, West-Indien, Perzien, Turkyen, Oost-Indien
Eduward Meltons zeldzaame en gedenkwaardige zee-en land reizen door Egypten, West Indien, etc. aangevangen in den jaare 1660 en geëindigd in den jaare 1677, 495P, Amst, 1702, N. Y. pub. lib. Asher, p. 24-26, no, 17.
Exact reprint of 1st edition, 1681.
plans of the city and several forts as they existed in the year 1695;
Description of the province and city of New York with plans of the city and several forts as they existed in the year 1695; a new edition with an introduction and copious historical notes by J: G. Shea. 127p. N. Y. 1862. (Gowans' bibliotheca Americana 3)
M61 Partly reprivted in Stedman. Library of American literature. 1888-90.
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adventures of Henry Pitman, chyrurgion to the late duke of Monmouth, containing an account: I Of the occasion of his being en
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N. Y. state lib. Morris, J: J. Captain Silvester Salisbury. (see Magazine of American history, Mar. 1888, 19:233-44)
973 M27 Came to New York at the time of the English conquest and held important offices. Van Rensselaer, Mrs Sarah. Nicholas Bayard and his times. (see her Ancestral sketches. 1882, p.63-127)
Beginning of constitutional government
the charges against Captain Manning for its previous surrender to
Andros, Gov. Edmund. Answers of Gov. Andros to enquiries about
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974.7 N423 Charles 2, king of Great Britain, Charter of libertys and privileges
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923,27 M78 Only v. 1 published : also appeared under title Lives of the governors of New Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay, 923.27 M781. Sir Edmund Andros. (see N. Y. (city)—Common council, Manual, 1869, 27: 768–71)
352.0747 N4k Stone, W: L. Administration of Sir Edmund Andros, 1674-82, (see
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973 M27 Thomas Dongan.
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England in 1688 and 1689 ; read before the New York: historical
New England as used here included all the territory (except Pennsylvania)
province of New York 30th Aug. 1692 to 13th Ap. 1698; a bio-
Griffin, p. 1042.
973 M27 Journall of what passed in the expedition of Coll, Benjamin Fletcher
governor in chiefe of the province of New York, etc. to Albany to