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Dated July 19, 1701.
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state trials. 1809-16. v. 14, col. 471-516) N. Y, state law lib.
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America Aug. 13, 1706 at the funeral of the Rt Hon, Katherine
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923.27 C811 Stone, W: L. Administration of Lord Cornbury. (see Wilson, J. G.

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1708-10. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of
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917,4 K121

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account of the life of Josiah Quinby, until he came to enter the 48th
year of his age, with remarks and reflections upon his own past
actions, бір.
N, Y. 1740.

N, Y, pub, lib.
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Representation of the lords commissioners for trade and plantations

to the king on the state of the British colonies in North America.
42p. n. p. 1727. ,

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Delafield, M. M. William Smith, judge of the supreme court of the

province of New York, (see Magazine of American history, Ap. 1881, 6: 264-82)

973 M27 Includes an account of his family.

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General his. O'Callaghan, E. B. Biographical sketch of Francis Harison. (see

New York genealogical and biographical record, Ap. 1878, 9:49-51) the press

929.1 1421 John Chambers; one of the justices of the supreme court of the province of New York. (see New York genealogical and biographical record, Ap. 1872, 3:57-62)

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V974.7 qN428
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De Peyster, Frederic. Memoir of Rip Van Dam. 26p. N. Y.

923.27 V 28
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V974.7 9N428 George Clarke. (see N. Y. (city)-Common council. Manual. 1869. 27 : 764-66)

352,0747 N4k Harison, Francis. To the right worshipful, the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New York.


V974.7 qN428
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Hon. Rip Van Dam. (see N. Y. (city)-Common council. Manual.
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352.0747 N4k Moore, J. B. William Burnett. (see American quarterly register, Feb. 1842, 14:290-95)


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N. Y. pub, lib.
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974.71 qW69
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923.27 B93
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chief justice of the province of New York concerning the jurisdic-
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N. Y.

N. Y, pub, lib. This opinion on one of the points raised in the quarrel over their fees between Governor Cosby and Rip Van Dam the acting governor, led to the summary removal of Lewis Morris from the chief justiceship. 3. 15P. N. Y. 1733.

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