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Local history Lewis, E.. D. Old prisons and punishments. p. 81-118. N. Y. escription °1898. (Half moon ser. v. 2, no. 3)
N. Y. state lib. (see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder), & others. Historic New York. 1899. 2:81-118)
974.71 G63 Mackraby, Alexander. Letters to Sir Philip Francis, 1768. (see
Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 2:465-66)
974.71 W69 Michaelius, Jonas. First minister of the Dutch reformed church in
the United State letter from Jonas Michaëlius from Manhatas in New Netherland, 11 Aug. 1628; translated and printed for private distribution by H: C. Murphy. 25p. Hague 1858. N. Y.pub. lib.
First minister of the Dutch reformed church in the United States. (see N. Y. (state)-Legislature. Documents relative to the colonial history of the state of New York, 1853-87. 2:757-70)
R974.7 qN421 Letter of Michaëlius to Rev. Adrianus Smontius, ed. by H: C. Murphy.
The first minister of the reformed protestant Dutch church in North America ; letter of Domine Jonas Michaëlius to Domine Adrianus Smoutius, dated at Manhattan, 11 Aug. 1628; translated from the Dutch with a preface and notes by H: C. Murphy. (see New York historical society. Collections. 1881. Publication fund ser. 13:365-87)
974.7 142 Including a facsimile of the original letter.
Reprinted from the Yearbook of the Collegiate reformed church of New York. 1896.
Jonas Michaëlius, eerste predikant der Nederduitsche hervormde gemeente op Manhattans of Nieuw-Amsterdam, het latere New York, in Noord-Amerika; medegedeeld door Mr J. T. Bodel Nijenhuis. (see Kerkhistorisch archief. 1857. 1:365-88)
N. Y. state lib. Jonas Michaelius, the first minister of the Dutch reformed church in the United States, facsimile of his letter, the only extant, written during the first years of the settlement of New York with transcript, preface and English translation by the late H: C.
Murphy. 22+5p. Amsterdam 1883.
recreation of Mr Felix Oldboy. 518p. N. Y. 1893. 917.471 M66
Contains illustrations of colonial buildings and description of life in the early days of the city.
Old New York revived. (see Historical magazine) 973 H62 V. 10-12 Local history
New York city 1866, 10:sup. 11-14, 38-43, 73–77, 108–13, 143-44
Mar. 1868, ser. 2, 3: 166–68
York mercantile library. New York city in the American revolu. tion. 1860. p. 50-52,
N. Y. state lib. Sketch of the origin of the fire department. (see Reminiscences of the
city of New York and its vicinity. 1855. p. 277–79) 974.71 R28 Stevens, J: A. Life in New York at the close of the colonial period,
I see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York, 1892-93. 2: 445-64)
974.71 qW69 Old New York coffee-houses. (see Harper's magazine, Mar. 1882, 64:481-99)
051 H23 Old New York taverns. (see Harper's magazine, May 1890, 80:842–64)
051 H 23 Value of property in New York city in early times. (see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 1855. P. 117-18)
important in its bearing on the colonial period.
(see Magazine of American history, Feb. 1877, 1:91-97) 973 M27 Bayley, J. R. Brief sketch of the early history of the catholic church on
the island of New York. Ed. 2. 242p. N. Y. 1870. 282.7471 B34
Colonial period, p. 13-49.
283.7471 T731 Bowen, L. P. Days of Makemie ; or, The vine planted A. D. 16801708, with an appendix. 558p.
N. Y. 1732.
N. Y. 1725.
Local history, Campbell, Alexander. Protestation. 4p. N. 1.1733. N. Y. pub. lib. Religious his
Before Richard Nicolls, Mar. 26, 1733, against Rev. William Vesey's examiving certain charges made to the bishop of London against bin.
Supplement to the vindication of Mr Alexander Campbell : wherein all the objections made to the said vindication are answered, particularly those in a late paper called Mr Noxon's observations, etc. 35p.
N. Y. pub. lib. True and just vindication of Mr Alexander Campbell from the several aspersions cast upon him, and that load of undeserved calumny and reproach he at present lyes under. In a letter directed to
Edmund lord bishop of London. 14p. N. Y. 1732. V922.37 C15
Entered in Thompsoï. History of the presbyterian churches in the United
974.71 qW69 Collection of some papers concerning Mr Lewis Rou's affair.
N. Y. pub. lib. Contents : 1 Acts of the French consistors in the city of New York passed
against him the 13th and 20th of Sep. 1724.
2 Petitiov of several beads of families to the governor in council.
6 The two reports of the comunittee of the couucil, with the
orders of that board concerning the same. Daly, C:P. Settlement of the Jews in North America ; ed. with notes
and appendices by M. J. Kohler. 171p. N. Y. 1893. 296 D17
New York, p. 1-58.
J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93.
974.71 qW69 DeLancey, W: H. Title, parish rights and property of Trinity
church New York from the appendix to Bishop De Lancey's 20th conventional address, delivered in Oswego, Aug. 19, 1857. 23p. Utica 1857
283.7471 T732 7.4 De Witt, Thomas. Discourses delivered in the North reformed
Dutch church (collegiate) in the city of New York on the last sabbath in August 1856. 1oop.
N. Y. 1857
285.77471 N811 History of the reformed cburch in New York city.
Dix, Morgan. Historical recollections of St Paul's chapel ; to which Local history
is prefixed an account of the celebration of its centennial anniversary. Religious hisOct. 28, 29 and 30, 1866. 64p. N Y. 1867.
283.7471 Sa21 History of Trinity parish. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 4: 188–207) 974.71 qW69
History of the parish of Trinity church in the city of New
Old Trinity, New York and its chapels. (see Perry, W: S. ed.
283-73' P42 Dunshee, H: W. anon. History of the school of the collegiate re
formed Dutch church in the city of New York, from 1633 to 1883.
373.747 N4E Dyer, A. M. Points in the first chapter of New York Jewish history (see American Jewish historical society. Publications.
296 Am3 Pulpit censorship in New Amsterdam. (sce American historical register, Feb. 1895, 1:507-14)
973 Am31 Early Dutch reformed church in Nassau street in the city of New York. (see American historical record, Sep. 1872, 1:400-32)
973 qAm Early history of the catholic church on the island of New York. (sce Historical magazine, Oct.-Nov. 1869, ser. 2, 6:229-33, 271-79)
Sketches of Virginia. 1850.
in the city of New York from the first settlement to the year 1846.
277.471 G841 Harrison, W: H. anon. Trinity church title; an exposure of Miller's
letter, with documents, etc. addressed to the late commissioners of the land office.
Alb. 1856. 283.7471 1732 v.3
Local history Historical documents relating to the French protestants in New York.
1686–1804. (see Huguenot society of America. Collections. tory 1886. 1:327-431)
284.57 H87 Induction of the Rev. William Vesey. isce Old New York, Jan, 1890, 1:401-17)
974.71 qoli Introduction of methodism. (see Old New York, Aug. 1889, 1:41-45)
974.71 qoli Isaacs, A. S. The Jews of New York. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial
history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 4:380–85) 974.71 qW69 Kemp, R. M. comp. Old St Paul's chapel, Trinity parish, New York,
names and histories that have clustered round it in four generations.
N. Y. pub. lib.
Jewish historical society. Publications. 1893. 1:41-48) 296 Am3
Civil status of the Jews in colonial New York. (see American Jewish historical society. Publications. 1897. 6:81-106) 296 Am3
Phases of Jewish life in New York before 1800. (see American Jewish historical society. Publications. 1893-94. 2:77-100; 3:73-86)
296 Am3 Makemie, Francis. A good conversation; a sermon preached at the
city of New York, January 18, 1706/7. 36p.
(see New York historical society. Collections. 1871. Publication fund ser. 3:411-53)
974.7 N42 Narrative of a new and unusual American imprisonment of two presbyterian ministers and prosecution of Mr Francis Makemie, one of them, for preaching one sermon at the city of New York, by a learner of the law and lover of liberty. 47p.
N. Y. pub. lib. 52p, N. Y. 1755
N. Y. pub. lib. (in Force, Peter, ed. Tracts and other papers. 1846. V.4, no. 4)
N. Y. state lib. Memorial with accompanying documents of inhabitants of the city of
New York in communion with the protestant episcopal church in the state of New York praying the repeal or amendment of an act entitled "An act to aller the name of the corporation of Trinity church in New York and for other purposes”, passed Jan. 25, 1814. 48p. N. Y. 1846.
283.7471 T732 v.1 Appended are 579 manuscript signatures.