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tory Reformed

Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Friends on Long Island and in New York, General his1657-1826. (see his Annals of Hempstead. 1878. p.93–104)

church

974.724 H37 Papers relating to quakers and Moravians. (see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York)

1849-51.
3:997–1030.

974.7 N424
1850-51. 3: 603-24 974.7 qN423

Reformed

Ed. 3.

Buddingh, Derk. De hervormde hollandsche kerk in de

Vereenigde Staten van Noord-Amerika. 167p. Utrecht 1853
(in his Kerk, school en watenschap. 1853.)

285.7 B85 Corwin, E: T. The Amsterdam correspondence. p.81-107. N. Y. 1897.

285-77 C811 Reprinted from American society of church bistory. Papers. v. 8. 270 Am3.

Character and development of the reformed church in the colo-
nial period. 66p. (see Reformed church in America. Centennial
discourses. 1877. p. 41-106)

285.7 R25
Manual of the reformed church in America, 1628-1878.
676p. N. Y. 1879.

285.773 C812 An alphabetic list of ministers with biographic and bibliographic information, p. 161-570.

Alphabetic list of churches with list of ministers and bibliographic data, p.571-616.

Report of the general synod's agent on his searches in the ecclesiastical archives of Holland, 1897-98. 8p. N. Y. 1898.

Dubbs, J. H. & Hamilton, J. T. History of the reformed church Dutch, the reformed church German, and the Moravian church in the United States.

525P.
N. Y. 1895.

(American church history)

285.77 C81
Reformed church Dutch, p.1-212.
Demarest, D: D. History and characteristics of the reformed
protestant Dutch church.

221p.
N. Y. 1856.

285.7 D 39 New York before the revolution, p.60–100.

Reformed church in America, its origin, development and characteristics. 210p. 1889. Noted in Corwin. History of the reformed church. 1895. p.14, 285.77 C81.

tory Reformed

N. Y.

General his- DeWitt, Thomas. List of ministers of the reformed Dutch church

in North America, in chronological order from 1633 to 1800. (see church

his Discourse delivered in the North reformed Dutch church 1857. P-71-79)

285.77471 N811 Gunn, Alexander. Memoirs of the Rev. John H. Livingston, pre

pared in compliance with a request of the general synod of the reformed Dutch church in North America.

540p. 1829.

922.57 L76 New York before the revolution, p.77-155.

Memoirs of the Rev. John Henry Livingston, first professor of
theology in the reformed protestant Dutch church in North America.
New ed. 404p.
N. Y. 1856.

922.57 L761 History of the origin and progress of the protestant reformed Dutch

church in the United States. (see Magazine of the reformed Dutch church)

205 M27 Nov. 1827, 2: 247-50

Jan. 1828, 2:312-15
Feb. 1828, 2:344-48
Holland society of New York. List of Dutch reformed churches

organized before 1800, with their records. (see Hackensack (N. J.)
Reformed Dutch church. Records of the reformed Dutch churches
of Hackensack and Schraalenburgh, N. J. 1891. 1:pref. 9-15)

929.3 qHII (see Holland society of New York. Year book. 1892-93 p.21-29)

974.7 qH71 Names of the ministers of the Dutch reformed churches in New York and New Jersey, 1758 and 1796. (see N. Y. (state)—State, SecreDocumentary history of the state of New York)

1849-51. 1:625–26. 974.7 N424

1850-51. 1:406-7. : 974.7 qN423 Ordination of the first clergyman in the reformed protestant Dutch

church in North America. (see Historical magazine, Nov. 1865,
9:325-26)

Rev. Petrus Tesschenmaecker, 1679.
Reformed church in America - General synod. Acts and pro-

ceedings, vol. 1, embracing the period from 1771 to 1812; preceded
by the Minutes of the coetus, 1738-54 and the Proceedings of the
conferentie, 1755-67. 493p. N. Y. 1859.

285.773 R25 Rev. John H. Livingston. (see Old New York, Sep. 1889, 1: 94-105)

974.71 q011

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973 H62

tory

Slavery Census of slaves, 1755. (see N. Y. (state)-State, Secretary of. Docu. General hismentary history of the state of New York)

Slavery
1849-51.
3: 843-68.

974.7

N424
1850-51. 3: 503–21. 974.7 qN423
Under names of masters.
Cruger, John. Experience on a slave-ship, 1698-1700. (see Wilson,

J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York, 1892-93-
2 : 285-86)

974.71 qW69 DuBois, W:E: B: The suppression of the African slave trade to the United States of America, 1638–1870. 335P.

N. Y. 1896. (Harvard historical studies I)

326.1 D85
Slavery and the slave trade in New York, p.17-20.
Earl, Robert. Slavery in the colony and state of New York; an

address delivered before the Herkimer county historical society,
Oct. 12, 1897. I2p. n.t-p.

n.p. 1897. 326.9747 Ea7
Also in Herkimer county historical society. Papers for 1897. p.103-14,
974.761 H42.
Historical notes on slavery in the northern colonies and states; New
York. (see Historical magazine, Aug. 1866, 10:237-38) 973

H62 Mather, F: G. Slavery in the colony and state of New York. (see

Magazine of American history, May 1884, 11:408-20) 973 M27 Morgan, E. V. Slavery in New York.

3°p

N. Y. 1898. (Half moon ser. V.2, no.1)

N. Y. state lib. (see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic New York. 1899. 2:1-30)

974.71 G63 Slavery in New York; the status of the slave under the English colonial government. (see American historical association. Papers. 1891. v.5, pt 4, p.3-16)

973 Am 32 Abstract. (see American historical association. Annual report. 1891. 2: 87-88)

973 Am33 Northrup, A. J. Slavery in New York, a historical sketch. p. 243313

(New York state library bulletin: history no. 4)

N. Y. state lib. Slavery in Albany county. (see Howell, G. R. & Tenny, Jonathan. Bicentennial history of Albany. 1886.

P. 300-3) 974.742 H83

Alb. 1900.

tory

General his- Valentine, D: T: Slaves and the slave trade in New Amsterdam. Printing

(see N. Y. (city)—Common council. Manual. 1863. 22:58194)

352.0747 N4k Voyages of the slavers, St John, and Arms of Amsterdam, 1659,

1663, together with additional papers illustrative of the slave trade under the Dutch ; translated from the original mss with an introduction and index by E. B. O'Callaghan. (in O'Callaghan, E. B. New York colonial tracts. 1866–72. v. 3)

974.7

Ост Williams, G: W. History of the negro race in America, from 1619 to 1880. 2 v. in 1. N. Y. 1885.

326.973 W67 Colony of New York, 1628–1775, p. 134-71.

Printing
See also Zenger, p. 364.
Bicentennial anniversary of the introduction of printing into the mid-

dle colonies. (see Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography,
1886, 10:78–85)

974.8 P382 Boardman, G: D. Early printing in the middle colonies ; address

delivered before the historical society of Pennsylvania, Dec. II, 1885. (see Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography, 1886. 10:15-32)

974.8 P382 The Bradford bicentenary. (see Critic, Ap. 15, 1893, 22 : 236– 37)

051 4C86 Colonial printers in New York. (sce Book buyer, Feb. 1896, 23:810)

015.73 B64 Early history of the printing and newspaper press in Boston and New York. (see Continental monthly, Sep. 1863, 4:256-68)

051 C76 The first book printed in New York. (see Bookworm, Feb. 1890, 3: 89-92)

010.5 B64 Hildeburn, C: S. R. comp. List of the issues of the press in New York, 1693–1752. 28p. Phil. 1889.

015.747 H54 List of the issues of the press in New York, 1693–1784. (see Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography) 974.8 P382

Jan. 1889, 12:475–82 Ap. 1889, 13:90-99

July 13: 207-15 Additions to A list of the issues of the press in New York, 1693– 1752. (see Old New York, Feb. 1890, 2: 23-27) 974.71 OLI

Hildeburn, C: S. R. Printing in New York in the 17th century. (see General his

Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. Printing 1892-93. 1: 570-603)

974.71 qW69 Sketches of printers and printing in colonial New York. 189p. N. Y. 1895.

926.55 H54 375 copies printed. Sketches of Bradford, Zenger, Rivington and others. Martin, C.. M. & Martin, B: E. The New York press and its makers. p.119-62. N. Y.°1898. (Half moon ser. v.2, no.4)

N. Y. state lib. (see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic New York, 1899. 2:119-62)

974.71 G63 Pasko, W. W. Notes on the history of printing in New York. (see Old New York)

974.71 qoli
Aug. 1889-Jan. 1890, 1:1-11,965-85,145-56, 217-23, 344-52, 385-95

Feb.-May 1890, 2:52.61, 73-87, 152-65, 269-83
Purple, S: S. Bradford family; genealogical memorials of William
Bradford the printer, 8p.

N. Y. 1873

929.2 qB72 50 copies privately reprinted from New York genealogical and biographical record, with additions. Simpson, Henry. William Bradford. (see Simpson, Henry. Lives of eminent Philadelphians, now deceased. 1859. P.124-29)

920.074811 Si5 Stone, W:L. Colonial newspaper press. p.3

Utica 1890.
Griffin, p.1042. Reprint from Utica berald, Oct. 28, 1890.
Stone, W:L. Early newspaper press of Boston and New York. (see
American historical record, Sep. 1872, 1:387-92) 973 Am3

Newspapers and magazines. (see Wilson, J. G.ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 4:133-64) 974.71 qW69 Thomas, Isaiah. History of printing in America with a biography of printers and an account of newspapers.

Worcester 1810.

655.173 Ho Printers in New York, 2: 91-119; newspapers and other periodical works, 2:286-319. Ed.2.

Alb.1874. (in American antiquarian society. Archaeologia Americana; transactions and collections. 1774. v.5-6)

913.7 qAm3 Printers in New York, 5: 290–313; newspapers and other periodical works, 6:96-127.

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