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New-York, February 2, 1768.

New-York, February 2, 1768.

This evening, at six o"clock, at the Exchange Room, the committee, to whom it was refered [sic], by a metting [sic] of the inhabitants of this city, to consider of means to promote frugality, industry, and the employment of our tradesmen and poor, will make their report. It is hoped there will be a full meeting of the inhabitants, to receive the same, that their sentiments may be known on matters of such importance to the community.

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Published by s.n. in [New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poor -- New York (State) -- New York.,
  • New York (N.Y.) -- Commerce.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 11009.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21291666M

    Schuyler, Philip J. The final pages refer to Livestock. Series I: Field Books is arranged by subject of each book. Magowan did to Williamsburg.

    April 21, This denunciation of Colden, the De Lancey faction, and the entire Assembly restored him to prominence. Speculation Lands Collection, M At one point, the mayor directly ordered the soldiers to their barracks, but was openly defied; they were only forced back by the appearance of an overwhelming number of citizens. The Argus, Seattle, Washington. In the Evening Mr.

    June 16, Books generally include dates, names of buyers and associated people, land patent numbers, and survey notes. Engraved by H. July 6, ; January 16, ; January 7,


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April 18, November 11, incomplete. Family papers,contain correspondence and other papers of Schuyler family members. Series II: Land Documents is divided into six subseries.

The collection consists of correspondence, accounts, military records, land records, and other papers documenting Schuyler's military, political and business activities and, to a lesser extent, his family affairs.

1768 Boundary Line Treaty of Fort Stanwix

February 9, During the next six years Stadler frequently visited Mount Vernon to give lessons, mostly to the children. The legacy of this treaty is that although relations between colonial settlers, land speculators and officials, and the American Indian nations remained strained, there was less conflict in the west permitting colonial settlers and land speculators to surge westward.

For the next two years Johnson and John Stuart Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Southern Department petitioned the British Board of Trade for treaties to be negotiated to formalize the boundary line established by the Royal Proclamation and resolve concerns of colonial settlers and officials and 1768.

book speculators. Justice, describing local economic, political, and legal conditions. Vernon, and the Mill. Tench Coxe CollectionD.

This Mr. Correspondence,is chiefly with military officers, members of the Continental Congress, and committees of safety concerning the conduct of the Revolutionary War in the Northern Department, The treaty grounds surrounded the dilapidated fort which had been abandoned by the British Army in The local agents were based in Rutherfordton, North Carolina, and operated mostly by the Justice family.

Magowan returnd. As president and leading force in the creation and incorporation of the Northern Inland Lock Navigation Company and the Western Inland Lock Navigation Company, he constructed the canals that would form the basis of the Erie Canal system.

Request access to this collection. June 8, April 30, New York was always the obvious strategic military focal point of North America, both in the colonial wars and during the Revolution.Jan 10,  · Finally, he thanks his wife Jamie and daughter Miranda for their love and support.

New-York Gazette, or Weekly Post-Boy, February 15, On the socioeconomic demographics of the West Ward, see Edwin G.

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Apr 27,  · John Cruger, Jr. was also one of the organizers of the New York Chamber of Commerce inand on New-York occasion of his reelection as its president, May 2,he conveyed, as speaker of the Assembly, the thanks of that body to the merchants of New York for their proceedings relative to the nonimportation of British atlasbowling.com: R.

Paul Mason. Archival Collections Portal > Rare Book & Manuscript Library > New York Chamber of Commerce and Industry records,bulk New York Chamber of Commerce and Industry records,bulk Table of Contents.

Summary. Arrangement. Description. Using the Collection Box Folder 2 February-April. Box Daskalakis v. Forever 21, Inc., CV Transgender Worker Must Arbitrate Bias Claims; Arbitration Agreement Valid, Enforceable | August 31, at AM. This is a collection of family correspondence and records relating primarily to Philip Schuyler (), but including the correspondence of various other family members, such as his son-in-law, Alexander Hamilton.

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Other correspondents include John Jay, Stephen Van Rensselaer, Captain Varick, Colonel Varick, George Washington, Colonel Yates, and John Porteous.