Calendar of the Sir William Johnson Manuscripts in the New York State Library, Issue 8

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Richard Edwin Day
University of the state of New York, 1909 - Great Britain - 683 pages
 

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Page 2 - Administration, HARLAN H. HORNER BA Attendance, JAMES D. SULLIVAN Educational Extension, WILLIAM R. EASTMAN MAMLS Examinations, CHARLES F. WHEELOCK BS LL.D. Inspections, FRANK H. WOOD MA Law, FRANK B. GILBERT BA School Libraries, CHARLES E. FITCH LHD Statistics, HIRAM C. CASE Trades Schools, ARTHUR D. DEAN BS State Library, Albany, NY, February 14,
Page 2 - AUGUSTUS S. DOWNING MA Pd.D. LL.D. First Assistant <; FRANK ROLLINS BA Ph.D. Second Assistant THOMAS E. FINEGAN MA Third Assistant Director of State Library JAMES I. WYER, Jr, MLS Director of Science and State Museum JOHN M. CLARKE Ph.D. LL.D. Chiefs of
Page 2 - STATE OF NEW YORK EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Regents of the University With years when terms expire 1913 WHITELAW REID MA LL.DDCL Chancellor New York 1917
Page 380 - A report (copy) from the Lords of Trade to the Lords of the Committee of Council for plantation affairs, showing that the grant by the Conajoharee Indians [5:19] to Sir William Johnson is not in contravention of any Indian treaty or the royal proclamation of 1763. [Doc.
Page 3 - Hon. AS Draper Commissioner of Education DEAR SIR : I have the honor to transmit herewith and recommend for publication a Calendar of the Sir William Johnson
Page 90 - 4:123 8-17 Conference of Lieut. Gov. Denny, of Penn., William Logan and Richard Peters, of the Council, and Benjamin Franklin, Joseph Fox, William Masters and John Hughes, commissioners, with Indian envoys; with interspersed council minutes. [Penn. Col.
Page 263 - mentioning business correspondence and asking, in behalf of Canadian merchants, whether New York and Philadelphia traders will be allowed to go West in the spring and on what footing trade is likely to be reestablished, and discoursing on laws regarded as too liberal to French Catholics and disagreements between civil and military authorities.
Page 2 - 1920 EUGENE A. PHILBIN LL.B. LL.D. - - New York 1916 LUCIAN L. SHEDDEN LL.B. LL.D. - Plattsburg 1921 FRANCIS M. CARPENTER Mount Kisco Commissioner of Education ANDREW S. DRAPER LL.B. LL.D. Assistant Commissioner! AUGUSTUS S. DOWNING MA Pd.D. LL.D. First Assistant <; FRANK ROLLINS BA Ph.D. Second Assistant THOMAS E. FINEGAN MA Third Assistant Director of State Library JAMES I. WYER, Jr, MLS Director of Science and State Museum JOHN M. CLARKE Ph.D. LL.D. Chiefs of
Page 226 - telling of the departure of the Onidais with their prisoners [8:182] for Johnson Hall, asking a reinforcement of white men and Indians in order to destroy the [Indian] settlement along the Dioagoa river, and commending Capt. Bull and his warriors, among the prisoners, to severe punishment.
Page 360 - 17 George Croghan, speaking of ill health, an inclosed report, New York his intention of resigning because of ill treatment by Gen. Gage, and war dresses and specimens of the mandrake plant which he has obtained. 14:21 17 Daniel

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