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Miller, R. G. Letter and documentary evidence in relation to the Local history
Trinity church property in the city of New York submitted to the Religious hiscommissioners of the land office, June 21, 1855. 86p. Alb. 1855.
283.7471 1732 v.3 Moore, G: H. Notes on the maintenance of the ministry and poor
in New York, the colonial ministry acts; the vestry of the city of New York, the minister of the city; Trinity church and its first resident rector. (see Historical magazine, June-July 1867, ser. 2, 1: 321-33; 2:9-15)
973 H62 V. II-12 New York (city), Collegiate reformed church. Bicentenary of
the charter of the reformed protestant Dutch church of the city of
Addresses by H: M. Baird, J. B. Remensnyder, Morgan Dix,
The charter, p. 76-87.
N. Y. 1869.
285-77471 N812 Historical sketch of the origin and organization of the reformed church in America and of the Collegiate church of the city of New York. 48p. N. Y. 1896.
285.77471 C681 54p. n. p. 1899.
285.77471 C68 New York (city), Reformed Dutch church. Records of the
reformed Dutch church in New Amsterdam and New York; marriages from 11 Dec. 1639 to 26 Aug. 1801, edited with an introduction by S: S. Purple. 3512. N. Y. 1890. (in New York genealogical and biographical society. Collections. 1890. V. 1)
929 9N42 Edition of 100 copies. New York (city), Trinity church. Charter, etc. of Trinity church in the city of New York. 30p.
30p. N. Y. 1846. 283-7471 1732 1.3 Trinity church bicentennial celebration, May 5th, 1897. 38p. 1897.
283.7471 q173 Noxon, Thomas. Mr Noxon's observations upon Parson Campbell's vindication. Ip.
N. Y. pub. lib.
N. Y. 1732.
Local history, Old New York and Trinity church. (see New York historical society. Religious his Collections. 1871. Publication fund ser. 3 : 145-408) 974.7 N42
Parkinson, William Jubilee: a sermon, containing a history of the
origin of the First baptist church in the city of New York delivered
286.17471 F51 Pollock, Allan. History of Trinity church and its graveyard. 32p. N. Y. 1880.
283.7471 773 Potter, H:C. Protestant episcopal church. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 4:620-34)
974.71 qW69 Rev. Mr Doughty. (see O'Callaghan, E. B. History of New Netherland. 1846-48. 1: 427-28)
(see N. Y. (state,—State, Secretary of. Documentary history of
974.7 N424 1850-51. 3: 703-13.
974.7 qN423 Sandford, L:H. Bogardus vs Trinity church; opinion in the case of
Nathaniel Bogardus and others vs the rector, church-wardens and vestrymen of Trinity church, June 28, 1847. 40p.
N. Y. 1847
283.7471 T732 V.2 Sharpe, Rev. John. Proposals for erecting a school, library and
chapel at New York, 1712–13. (see New York historical society.
Collections. 1880. Publication fund ser. 13:337-63) 974.7 N42 Spence, Irving. Letters on the early history of the presbyterian church in America.
Beotian, and Clumsy Ralph, the Cimmerian. 4p. N. Y. 1732.
N. Y. pub. lib.
difference with the present consistory of the French church in New
Grolier club, p. 27, no. 69. Rev. Louis Ron's statement of his side of the question in the unsuccessful attempt to remove him.
Valentine, D:T: Dominie Bogardus, (see N. Y. (city)—Common Local history council. Manual. 1863. 22 : 595-609)
352.0747 N4k Commercial Van Pelt, Daniel. Pictures of early church life in New York city. 81p. N. Y. n. d.
L. I. hist. soc. White, F:C. & Terry, Roderick, comp. anon. Historical sketch of the South church reformed, of New York city. 57p.
N. Y. 1887.
N. Y. pub. lib. First church in New York city, reformed protestant Dutch, p. 7–13. Winslow, F. E. Trinity church and its 200 years. (see Outlook, May 8, 1897. 56: 112-15)
public markets in the cities of New York, Boston, Philadelphia and
643 M2 Public markets of New York, v. 1.
Old Fly market butchers. (see N. Y. (city) —Common council. Manual. 1868. 26 : 841–63)
352.0747 N4k King, Charles. History of the New York chamber of commerce with
notices of some of its most distinguished members. (see New York historical society. Collections. 1849. ser. 2, 2:381-446)
974.7 1422 v. 7
New York chamber of commerce. Centennial celebration at
N. Y. pub. lib. Charter and bylaws; with a history of the Chamber of commerce of the state of New York.
Colonial records, 1768-1784 with historical and biographical sketches by J: A. Stevens jr. 404+172p. N. Y. 1867. 381 9N42 Stevens, J: A., jr. Commercial history of the city of New York. (see
Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93 4:498-550)
974.71 qW69 Merchants of New York, 1765-1775. (see Galaxy, June 1875, , 19:787-800)
Long Island The eastern part was settled by the English from New England and the town's included in the present county of Suffolk and part of Queens placed themselves under the jurisdiction of New Haven. By the treaty of Hartford in 1650, the west line of Oyster Bay was made the boundary between the Dutch and English claims. In 1664 on the conquest of the duke of York, the whole
island became part of his dominion. Agreement between John Scott and Gov. Stuyvesant, 1663-4. (see
O'Callaghan, E. B. History of New Netherland. 1846-48. 2: 578)
B88 Colve, Gov. Anthony. Charter to the several towns on Long Island,
anno 1673. (see N. Y. (state)—State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New York)
1849-51. 1:655-58. 974.7 N424
1850-51. 1:426-27. 974.7 qN423 DeKay, J. E. Indian names on Long Island. 12p. Oyster Bay 1851.
929.4 D 36 Fernow, Berthold, tr. & ed. Documents relating to the history of
the early colonial settlements, principally on Long Island, with a map of its western part made in 1666. 8oop. Alb. 1883. (in N. Y. (state)--Legislature. Documents relative to the colonial history of the state of New York. 1853-87 v. 14)
R974.7 1421 Flint, M. B. Early Long Island, a colonial study. 549p.
N. Y. 1896.
974.721 F64 Limited letter press ed. containing a bibliography.
Prerevolutionary, p. 1-384.
974.721 F98 General history of Long Island. (see History of Suffolk county, N. Y. 1882. p. 16-48)
974.725 qH62 Jones, W: A. Long Island.
N. Y. 1863 Griffin, p. 1012. Read before Long Island historical society, Nov. 5, 1863. (see Historical magazine, Mar. 1864, 8: 89-98) 973
New York genealogical and biographical record, Ap.
929.1 qN421 Contains much information about Long Island towps.
Moore, C:B. Shipwrights, fishermen, passengers from England. (see
Long Island New York genealogical and biographical record, Ap. 1879, 10:66-76, Oct. 1879, 10:149-55)
282.747 L86 Nicoll, E: H. Early settlement of Long Island. (see Magazine of American history, Mar. 1884, 11:239-43)
973 M27 Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Bibliography of Long Island. (see Furman, Gabriel. Antiquities of Long Island. 1875. p. 435 69)
974.721 F98 Historic and anterevolutionary churches of Long Island. (see Perry, W: S. ed. History of the American episcopal church. 1885. 1:598-99)
283.73 P42 Prime, N. S. History of Long Island from its first settlement by
Europeans to the year 1845, with special reference to its ecclesiastical concerns.
N. Y. 1845
974.721 P93 Rate lists of Long Island, 1675, 1676 and 1683. (see N. Y. (state) -
State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of New
1849-51. 2 : 439-542. 974.7 N424
974.7 qN423 Contents : List of Easthampton, 1675.
List of estate of Huntington, 1675.
Assessment rolls of the five Dutch towns in King's county;
Rate list of Bushwick, 1683.