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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.

Lond, 1738 ?

N, Y. pub. lib.
This edition differs but slightly from the four Wilford editions.

A brief narrative of the case and tryal of John Peter Zenger,
printer of the New York weekly journal, (Colophon] Bost.

. Printed by T: Fleet, 48p. 1738.

N, Y. pub, lib. 39p. Lancaster Pa. 1756. Reprinted by W. Dunlap,

N, Y. pub. lib.
53p. N. Y, 1770. Reprinted by J: Holt, N, Y. pub. lib.
Case and tryal of John Peter Zenger of New York, printer, who
was lately tryed and acquitted for printing and publishing a libel
against the government, 6op. Lond, 1750, Printed for J. Wil-

N. Y. pub, lib.
Narrative of the trial of John Peter Zenger,
Printed by J: Parker.

Trial of Zenger of New York, printer; who was tried and
acquitted for printing and publishing a libel against the government.
74p.

Printed for P. Brown. N. Y. pub. lib.
Trial of John Peter Zenger of New York, printer; who was
charged with having printed and published a libel against the
government and acquitted; to which is added the trial of Mr William
Owen, bookseller near Temple Bar. 59P.

Lond. 1765:
Printed for J. Almon.

N. Y. state law lib.
Trial of John Peter Zenger of New York, printer; who was
charged with having printed and published a libel against the
government and acquitted; to which is added the trial of Mr William
Owen, bookseller near Temple Bar,

59p.

Lond. 1765.
Printed for J. Almon. (in Collection of interesting political tracts
published 1764–73. 1773. 2)
Narrative of his case, etc.

Reprinted. Entered in Thomas. Catalogue of publications in the United States prior to 1775. 1874. p.345, 015.73 T36.

Trial of John Peter Zenger, of New York, printer; for a libel
against the government on the 4th of Aug. 1735. Inscribed to
the Hon. T. Erskine. 64p. Lond. 1784.

Printed for
Flexney, Holborn; Davies, Russell-street; Merrill, Cambridge; and
Eddowes, Shrewsbury.

N. Y. pub. lib.

Lond. 1752.

V. 2

942.073 062

N. Y. 1774.

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General his. Zenger, J: P: The trial of Mr John Peter Zenger, of New York, tory King George's

printer, for printing and publishing a libel against the government at New York, on Aug. 4, 1735; including, Remarks on the trial of John Peter Zenger by two eminent lawyers in one of the colonies. (see Howell, T. B. comp. Complete collection of state trials, 1809-26. 7.17, col. 675-764)

N. Y.state law lib. v.1-10 of this work known as Cobbett's complete collection of state trials.

King George's war 1736-53
For the negro plot of 1741, seo New York city, English period, p.415.
Gitterman, J: M. George Clinton and his contest with the assem-

bly, 1743-53. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city
of New York.

1892-93.
2 : 259–86)

974.71 W69
Also in National magazine, Sep. 1893, 18 : 209–30, 973 M271.
A Letter from some of the representatives in the late general assembly
of the colony of New York to his excellency, Gov. C ..

....n, principally in answer to his message of the 13th of October last and

his dissolution speech. 30p. n. p. 1747. N. Y. state law lib. Morris, Gov. Lewis. [Letters of Gov. Morris to Sir Charles Wager. (see New Jersey historical society. Collections.

Collections. 1852. 4:40-46, 60-69)

974.9 N422
Includes his opinion on affairs in New York.
Norris, Isaac. Journal of Isaac Norris (afterward speaker of the

Pennsylvania assembly) during a trip to Albany in 1745, and an ac-
count of a treaty held there in October of that year.
1867.

923.27 N79
Commissioner from Pennsylvania to attend the Indian treaty. Edition of
80 copies.
Treaty between his excellency the Hon. George Clinton, governor of

the province of New York, and the six united Indian nations depending of the province of New York; held at Albany in August and September 1746. N. Y. 1746.

N. Y. pub. lib. Valentine, D: T: Extracts from the earliest newspapers of the city. (see N. Y. (city)-Common council. Manual. 1862. 21:695-737)

352.0747 N4k New York, 1733-48.

31p. Phil.

Lond. 1775

Period 1753-76

Description American gazetteer, containing a distinct account of all the parts of the General his

tory, 1753-76 new world, the whole intended to exhibit the state of things in that part of the globe and the views and interests of the powers who have possession. 3v. Lond. 1762.

917 Am3
New York is alphabeted under York, New.
Burnaby, Andrew. Travels through the middle settlements in North

America in the years 1759 and 1760, with observations upon the state
of the colonies. Ed.2. 198p.

917.3 B931 New York, p. 104-16.

(see Pinkerton, John, ed. General collection of voyages. 1808-14. 13: 701-52)

910.8 qP65
From ed. 3, Lond. 1798. New York, p. 736-39.
Cluny, Alexander. The American traveller; or, Observations on the

present state, culture and commerce of the British colonies in America
by an old and experienced trader. 122p. Lond. 1769. 917-3 qC62

New York, p. 73–76.
Hare, Robert. Memoranda on a tour through a part of North Amer-
ica in company with Mr William Allen.

(see Pennsylvania histori-
cal society. Collections.

Collections. 1853. 1:363-76) 974.8 P385
Chiefly, New York, 1774.
Izard, Ralph, anon. An account of a journey to Niagara, Montreal

and Quebec in 1765; or,“ 'Tis 80 years since.” 3op. N. Y. 1846.

917.1 Izi

From New York city to Albany; thence westward to Niagara.
Lott, Abraham. Journal of a voyage to Albany, etc. made by Abra-

ham Lott, treasurer of the colony of New York 1774. (see Histori-
cal magazine, Aug. 1870, ser. 2, 8:65-74).

973 H62 v.18

Rogers, Robert. A concise account of North America, containing a description of the several British colonies on that continent.

264P. Lond. 1765.

917-3 R63
Province of New York, p. 59-72.
Taylor, G. Voyage to North America performed by G. Taylor of

Sheffield in the years 1768 and 1769. 248p. Nottingham
1771.
New York, p. 66-90.

917.3 T21

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Thompson, Edward. New York in 1756. (see Wilson, J. G. ed.
Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 2:314-15)

974.71 qW69 Also in Old New York, Feb. 1890, 2:36-38, 974.71 qoli.

History
Annual register; or, A view of the history, politics and literature for the
year 1758-76.
Lond. 1761-88.

905 An72
v. 1-19, 1758–76 contain accounts of the relations of Great Britain with her
colonies.
Biographical memoir of Cadwallader Colden, M. D. F. R. S.
lieutenant governor of the colony of New York.

(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.

N. Y. state lib. Cadwallader Colden. (see Historical magazine, Jan. 1865, 9:9-13)

051 Ani

973 H62

The Colden papers. (see New York historical society. Collections. 1877-78. Publication fund ser. v.9-10)

974.7 N42 Gov. Colden's official letter book, 1760-1775.

Delafield, M. M. William Smith, the historian, chief justice of New

York and Canada. (see Magazine of American history, June 1881, 6:418-39)

973 M27 DeLancey, E: F. Memoir of the Hon. James DeLancey, lieutenant

governor of the province of New York. (see N. Y. (state)—State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York) 1849-51. 4:1035-59.

974.7 N424 1850-51. 4:625-40. 974.7 qN423 De Peyster, J: W. Life and misfortunes and the military career of

Brig.-Gen. Sir John Johnson, bart. 168p. N. Y. 1882. 923.57 J62

Sir John Johnson was the son of Sir William Johnson and adhered to the
British cause in the revolution.

Genealogy of tbe Johnson family, p. 1-10.
Duyckinck, E. A: Philip Schuyler. (see Duyckinck, E. A: National

portrait gallery of eminent Americans. C1862. 1:264-71) 920.07 D95

General his

2V.

2V.

Grant, Mrs Anne (Macvicar). Memoirs of an American lady

tory, 1753-76 [Madame Philip Schuyler]; with sketches of manners and scenery in America as they existed previous to the revolution.

Lond. 1808.

920.7

Sch8
Bost. 1809

W920.7 Sch82
344p.
N. Y. 1809.

N. Y. pub. lib.
354p.

N. Y. 1836.
295P.
N. Y. 1846.

920.7 Sch83 with a memoir of Mrs Grant by James Grant Wilson. 377p. Alb. 1876.

920.7

Sch81
Griffis, W:E. Sir William Johnson and the six nations. 227p.
N. Y. 1891.
(Makers of America)

923.27

J635 Halsey, Mrs C:H. Sketches of celebrated women; Mrs Catharine

Schuyler, wife of General Philip Schuyler. (see Potter's American monthly, Jan. 1876, 6: 29-30)

973 Am3 Headley, J. T. Major General Schuyler. (see Headley, J. T. Wash

ington and his generals. 1847. 1: 229-59) 923.57 H341 Humphreys, M.. G. Catherine Schuyler.

251p.

N. Y. 1897. (Women of colonial and revolutionary times) Cap. 920.7 Sch831 Jones, Thomas. History of New York during the revolutionary

war, and of the leading events in the other colonies at that period, ed. by E: F. De Lancey.

N. Y. 1879.

N. Y. state lib. New York, 1752–75, p. 1-54 ; editor's notes, p. 391-437.

2v.

2V.

Kent, James. Biographical sketch of Gen. Philip Schuyler. (see

Munsell, Joel. Annals of Albany. 1850-59. 1:250-57) 974.743 M92 Lossing, B. J: Life and times of Philip Schuyler.

N. Y. 1860.

923.57

Sch8 McKnight, Charles. Sir William Johnson, bart. (see Lippincott's magazine, June 1879, 23: 731-40)

051

L66 Manuscripts of Sir William Johnson. (see N. Y. (state) – State, Secretary of.

Documentary history of the state of New York)
1849-51. 2 : 543-1009

974.7 1424
1850-51.

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.

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