Messages from the Governors: Comprising Executive Communications to the Legislature and Other Papers Relating to Legislation from Organization of the First Colonial Assembly in 1683 to and Including the Year 1906, with Notes, Volume 2

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J. B. Lyon Company, State printers, 1909 - New York (State)
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Contents

Legislature meets at Kingston 96 Federal system of finance 97 Indians
99
Eastern boundary question 105 devastation of frontiers troops
109
Legislature meets at Albany 114 defense of frontier 115 various
120
county veto suspending certain statutes 128 veto supplying pro
131
Congress to meet annually 146 financial legislation frontier conditions
147
Cornwallis settling accounts of judgeadvocate 150 situation
163
courts 170 veto tax bill 172 veto staying suits against public
180
Conduct of the war birth of a dauphin of France 182 promotion
186
relief of insolvent debtors 190 treaty of peace with Great Britain
192
veto tax bill for certain counties veto settle
215
holding Supreme Court 242 veto incorporating German society
243
French in New York by British seamen 245 246 veto incorpora
249
national commercial regulations 259 260 Massachusetts boundary 260 261 Remsen tract in Montgomery county 261 public accounts
262
Annual meeting day of Legislature 263 Congress makes requisition
275
Legislature meets at Poughkcepsie 281 public debt Massachusetts
282
1788 December
289
fments to Federal Constitution 294 treaty with Cayugas Federal government established general note
296
1789 July 301 Philip Schuyler and Rufus King first United States Senators from
303
1791 January 311
311
1792 January 319
319
Presidential electors appointed 323 election of representatives in Con
331
European war 332 333 defense of New York city 333 British troops
338
Legislature meets at Ponghkeepsie 348 preparing for defense of State
356
poses interchange of laws with New York 371 visit from four
373
1796 November 379
379
highways inspection laws 385 suit against State for lands claimed
385
Uations of Canada 390 Massachusetts boundary 391 William
392
Presidents authority over State militia 398 civil death 398 399 assist
400
t seal suits against State 404 Onondaga land titles 404 405
406
1798 August 420
420
Reply of President Adams to Legislatures address 425 446 qualifica
427
1800 January
448
457 Watervliet arsenal 458 Treasury Act amended 459 veto
457
Presidential election 464 local taxes and expenses 464 465 General
465
Inspection of flour and meal 470 471 method of choosing presidential
471
Clarkstowu 47C completion of Watervliet arsenal staves
477
Foreign relations 567 568 fortifications at New York 568 national
570
Indians 587 Francisco Son case 588 589 veto concerning cer
594
College 610 punishment of petit larceny 611 612 veto insurance
613
Attack on frigate Chesapeake 616 foreign relations 616 617 pre
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ing chancery procedure
631
Company veto Donnelly stage coach franchise 638 horse artillery
639
Purchase of Oneida Indian lands 644 645 651 veto New Utrecht
651
European War 655 American commerce threatened 657 encouraging
658
Foreign relations revocation of French decrees 672 increase of home
674
Foreign relations 690 preparing for war 691 revision of statutes
702
poses veto Schultz relief bill 714 day of fasting humiliation
729
1812 November 735
735
War with Great Britain 735 military preparations 736 American
742
1814 January
784
1814 September Extraordinary Session 800 Progress of the war 801 British attack on Washington 802 American
805
1815 January824
824
Treaty of peace ratified day appointed for thanksgiving prayer
849
stitution 864 866 870 sale to United States of fortifications
866
1816 November
878
JOHN TAYLER LIEUTENANTGOVERNOR 887896
887
Special election ordered De Witt Clinton chosen Governor and John
894
Agriculture 897 depression of manufactures 899 internal communi
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Indians 931 reports on erection of first capitol 934937
941
1819 January
960
Time of annual meeting of Legislature 960 general condition of public
968
land New York arsenal assessments 999 veto oyer and terminer
1002
Financial embarrassments 1003 1004 agricultural 1005 commercial
1012
against New Yorks exclusive steamboat privilege 1025 intruders
1031
1820 November 1038
1038
1821 January 1060
1060
Federal interference in local elections 1060 lease of Albany arsenal
1080
1822 January 1087
1087
New Constitution 1087 agriculture 1089 commercial interests 1099
1099
tice 1104 New Jersey boundary 1105 State claims against United
1115
diction of crimes on Indian lands 1119 1120 bibles for convicts
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