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N. Y. 1751.
Zenger, J: P: Tryal of John Peter Zenger of New York, printer, who General his
was lately try'd and acquitted for printing and publishing a libel against Zenger trial the government, 32p.
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N, Y. pub. lib.
A brief narrative of the case and tryal of John Peter Zenger,
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N, Y. pub, lib. 39p. Lancaster Pa. 1756. Reprinted by W. Dunlap,
N, Y. pub. lib.
N. Y. pub, lib.
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Printed for P. Brown. N. Y. pub. lib.
N. Y. state law lib.
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Trial of John Peter Zenger, of New York, printer; for a libel
N. Y. pub. lib.
N. Y. 1774.
General his. Zenger, J: P: The trial of Mr John Peter Zenger, of New York, tory King George's
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N. Y.state law lib. v.1-10 of this work known as Cobbett's complete collection of state trials.
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America in the years 1759 and 1760, with observations upon the state
917.3 B931 New York, p. 104-16.
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present state, culture and commerce of the British colonies in America
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974.71 qW69 Also in Old New York, Feb. 1890, 2:36-38, 974.71 qoli.
(see Analectic magazine, Oct. 1814, 4:307-12) Biographical sketch of Cadwallader Colden, formerly lieutenantgovernor of New York. (see Family magazine, 1838. 5:334-36)
051 F21 Burdge, Franklin. Second memorial of Henry Wisner. 38p. N. Y. 1898.
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Delafield, M. M. William Smith, the historian, chief justice of New
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973 M27 DeLancey, E: F. Memoir of the Hon. James DeLancey, lieutenant
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Brig.-Gen. Sir John Johnson, bart. 168p. N. Y. 1882. 923.57 J62
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2:315-584 974.7 9N 423 Nearly all the manuscripts known as the Sir William Johnson papers, iucluding a list of manuscripts missing since they were deposited in secretary of state's office, 1801.