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Dix, J: A. John Cruger, mayor of New York, speaker of New York General his

assembly. (see Magazine of American history, Mar. 1877, 1:172–
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973 M27 Earl, Robert. A historical mistake corrected. (see Herkimer county

historical society. Papers 1896. p. 91-93) 974.761 H42

Concerning the first liberty pole in the colony of New York, 1766. Great Britain Parliament. The stamp act, 1765. 34p.

N. Y. 1895. (American history leaflets colonial and constitutional 21)

973 Am 34 Hildeburn, C: S. R. Notes on the stamp act in New York and Virginia.

(see Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography, 1878, V.2,
no. 3, p.296–302)

974.8 P382 Lamb, Mrs M. J. R. (Nash). Golden age of colonial New York.

(see Magazine of American history, July 1890, 24:1-30) 973 M27

The year 1768.
Lodge, H: C. A short history of the English colonies in America.
Rev. ed. 560p. N. Y. C1881.

973.2

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Sedgwick, Theodore. Memoir of the life of William Livingston.
449p.
N. Y. 1833

923.27 L761
Career before the revolution, p. 45–178.

Noticed in American monthly review, Sep. 1833, 4:177-92.
Stebbins, Calvin. Edmund Burke; his services as agent of the prov-

ince of New York. (see American antiquarian socieıy. Proceed-
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906 Am3 v.16
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Stevens, J: A. The part of New York in the stamp act troubles, 1761-

68. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New
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974.71 qW69 Also in National magazine, Dec. 1893-Ap. 1894, 19:113–37, 229–50, 323–46, 973 M271.

Second non-importation agreement and the committees of correspondence and observation 1769–75. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 2: 391-444)

974.71 qW69 Stamp act in New York. (see Magazine of American history, June 1877, 1: 337-71)

973 M27 Including copies of non-importation agreements of the merchants of New York and Philadelphia.

General his. Tryon, Gov. William. Report on the state of the province of New tory Constitu onal York. 1774. (see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history history of the state of New York.) 1849-51. 1:737-72. 974.7 N424

1850-51. 1:501-23. 974.7 9N423 Van Shaack, H: C. Life of Peter Van Shaack; embracing selections from his correspondence and other writings. 490p. N. Y. 1842.

923.47 V362 Special topics

Constitutional history
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state of New York by E. A. Werner. 1891. 35:432–36) 351.2 N42 Bishop, C. F. History of elections in the American colonies.

297p. N. Y. 1893. (in Studies in history, economics and public law, ed. by the university faculty of political science of Columbia college. 1893 V.3, no. 1)

305 St. Butler, B: F. Outline of the constitutional history of New York, an

anniversary discourse delivered at the request of the New York historical society. 75p.

N. Y. 1848.

342.7479 B97 (see New York historical society. Collections. 1849. ser. 2, 2:9-75)

974.7 N422 v.7 Constitutional history of the colony of New York. (see Civil list and

constitutional history of the colony and state of New York by E. A. Werner. 1891. 35:3–116)

351.2 N42
Much of this material is found in the earlier volumes as well.
Contents: New Netberland

Constitutiou of the colony
Constitutional history Colonial confederacies

Proprietary governments
The councils. (see Civil list and constitutional history of the colony and

state of New York by E. A. Werner. 1891. 35:406-9) 351.2 N42

Includes list of members.
Cumming, R. C. Historical note. (see N. Y. (state)-Legislature.
Colonial laws of New York. 1894-96. 1: pref. 9-21)

N. Y. state law lib.
On the development of representative government in the colony.
Elting, Irving. Dutch village communities on the Hudson river.
68p. Balt. 1886. (in Johns Hopkins university studies.

1886. v.4)

305 J62

Fowler, R. L. Constitutional and legal history of New York in the General his17th century. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city Constitutional

history of New York. 1892-93. 1:523-69)

974.71 qW69 Constitutional and legal history of New York in the 18th cen. tury. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 2:575-630)

974.71 qW69 Historical introduction. (see N. Y. (colony)-General assembly. Facsimile of the laws and acts of the general assembly for their majesties province of New York printed and sold by William Bradford. 1894. pref. p. 1–104)

N. Y. state law lib.
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Gitterman, J: M. Council of appointment in New York. (see Polit-
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305 P75
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Greene, E. B. The provincial governor in the English colonies of
North America.

292p. N. Y. 1898. (Harvard historical studies, v.7)

342.73

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and the constitutional convention of 1894. (see Buffalo historical
society. Publications.
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B86 Hutchins, S. C. Introduction to the civil list and constitutional history of the colony and state of New York. 128p.

Alb. 1879.

342.7479 H97 N. Y. (colony)-General assembly. Journal of the votes and pro

ceedings of the general assembly of the colony of New York. 2v. N. Y. 1764-66.

N. Y. state law lib. Contents: v. 1, Ap. 9, 1691-Sep. 27, 1743.

v. 2, Nov. 8, 1743-Dec. 23, 1765. N. Y. (colony)-Legislative council. Journal of the legislative council of the colony of New York. 2078p. Alb. 1861.

N. Y. state law lib. Contents : v. 1, Ap. 9, 1691-Sep. 27, 1743.

v. 2, Dec. 8, 1743-Ap. 3, 1775. North, S. N. D. Constitutional development of the colony of New York. (see Magazine of American history, Mar. 1879, 3: 161-74)

973 M27 O'Callaghan, E. B. Historical introduction. (sce N. Y. (colony)

Legislative council. Journal. 1861. 1:3-27) N. Y. state law lib.

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General his. O'Callaghan, E. B. Origin of legislative assemblies in the state of

New York, including titles of the laws passed previous to 1691. 39p. Alb. 1861.

328.7479 9Oci 1661-91. Osgood, H. L. The proprietary province as a form of colonial government. (see American historical review)

973 Am 35 July 1897, 2: 644-64 Jan. 1898, 3: 244-65 Oct.

3:31-55 Reasons in support of triennial elections in the province of New York

with the king's veto on the triennial act. 1738. (see N. Y. (state)
State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York)

1849-51.
4: 243-56. 974.7

N424 1850-51.

4:157-65. 974.7 9N423 Representatives in colonial assemblies. (see Civil list and constitu

tional history of the colony and state of New York by E. A. Werner. 1891. 35: 445-52)

351.2 N42

Law No editious of colonial laws are included except O'Callaghan. Laws and ordinances of New Netherland; and, N. Y. (state)—Legislature. Colonial laws of New York.

For bibliography of New York laws, see Tower. The Charlemagne Tower
collection of colonial laws. 298p. Pbil. 1890. p. 163–81,016, 345 qT65.
Brooks, J. W. History of the court of common pleas of the city and

county of New York with full reports of all important proceedings.
253p.
N. Y. 1896.

N. Y. hist. soc. Daly, C: P. Historical sketch of the judicial tribunals of New York from 1623 to 1846. 68p.

N. Y. 1855.

N. Y. state law lib. Judiciary of the early Dutch period. (see Stone, W: L. History of New York city. 1872. apx. p. 41-54) N. Y. pub. lib.

The nature, extent and history of the jurisdiction of the surrogates court of the state of New York, opinion of Daly in the matter of the estate of J. W. Brick, deceased; printed by order of the board of supervisors.

54p.
N. Y. 1863

L. I. hist. soc.
State of jurisprudence during the Dutch period, 1623–74. (see
McAdam, David & others, ed. History of the bench and bar of New
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N. Y. state law lib.
Fowler, R. L. History of the law of real property in New York, an

essay introductory to the study of the New York revised statutes.
229p.
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N. Y. state law lib.

Fowler, R. L. Observations on the particular jurisprudence of New General) his

York. (see Albany law journal, 1879-82, v.20-26) N.Y. state law lib. Law

Organization of the supreme court of judicature of the prov.
ince of New York. (see Albany law journal, 1879, V.19-20)

N. Y. state law lib.
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Historical magazine, Nov. 1864, 8: 359–66)

973 H72 Hill, H: W. Development of constitutional law in New York. (see Buffalo historical society. Publications. 1896. 4: 163-201)

974.797

186 The judiciary. (see Civil list and constitutional history of the colony and state of New York by E. A. Werner. 1891. 35: 362-401)

351.2 N42 Includes history of the various colonial courts and lists of officials. Murray, Joseph. Mr Murray's opinion relating to the courts of justice

in the colony of New York; delivered to the general assembly of the said colony at their request, the 12th of June 1734. 44p n. t-p.

N. Y. state law lib. Includes “Appendix at a council held at Fort George, Nov. 25, 1727,” p. 33–44. N. Y. (state)-Legislature. Colonial laws of New York from the year 1664 to the revolution.

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Alb. 1894-96. N. Y. state law lib.
Contents: v. 1 Cummings, R. C. Historical note, pref. p. 9-21.

1st grant to the duke of York, p. 1-5.
Duke of York's laws, 1665–75, p. 6–100.
Nicoll's proclamation, revoking the Dutch and establishing
the English form of government, 1663, p. 100-1.
Restoration of Dutch government, p. 101–2.
Colve's charter, p. 102-4.
2d grant to the duke of York, 1671, p. 101-5.
Commission of Andros as governor, 1674, p. 106-7.
Orders to put the duke's laws in force, 1674, p. 107.
Proclamation of Gov. Andros, 1674, p. 107-8.
Instructions to Gov. Dongan, 1683, p. 108–10.
Acts of general assemblies, 1683-85, p. 111-77.
Commission of Gov. Dongan, 1686, p. 177-78.
Instruction to Gov. Dongan, 1686, p. 178–80.
Dongan charter of the city of New York, 1686, p. 181-95.
Dongan charter of the city of Albany, 1686, p. 195–216.
Commission of Sir Edmund Andros, 1688, p. 216–17.
Instructions for Sir Edmund Andros, 1688, p. 217–18.

General assembly, 24 Ap. to 15 Sep. 1690, Jacob Leisler,
lieutenant governor, p. 218–20.

Commission of Gov. Henry Sloughter, p. 221-22.
v. 1, p. 223-v. 5. Laws passed by assemblies 1 to 31, 1691-1775.

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