The New York Annual Register

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J. Leavitt, 1832 - New York (State)
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Containing an almanac; civil and judicial list; with political, statistical and other information respecting the state of New York and the United States.
 

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Page 256 - Court of the city of New-York." 4th. Each of the assistant justices in the city of New-York are required to hold a court in the said city within the ward or wards for which he is appointed. 5th. The justices of the Justices' Court of the cities of Albany and Hudson, are authorized to hold courts therein, to be called respectively " The Justices' Court of the city of Albany," and " The Justices
Page 246 - Our schools are in the lowest order — the instructors want instruction ; and through a long shameful neglect of all the arts and sciences, our common speech is extremely corrupt, and the evidences of a bad taste, both as to thought and language, are visible in all our proceedings public and private.
Page 138 - ... time of his giving bond, or from the date of his last quarterly account. 2. The days on which sales were so made, and the amount of each day's sale, designating the sales made by himself, or in his presence, and those made in his absence by his partner or clerk, and the causes of his absence.
Page 256 - New York) shall have the power to hold courts of general sessions to try all crimes except those punishable with death or imprisonment for life. The mayor, recorder, and...
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Page 170 - The members of said board, and the secretary and -chief clerk thereof, shall take and subscribe the constitutional oath of office to be filed with the Secretary of State. The members of said board shall receive an annual salary of two thousand...
Page 253 - Establishment and Improvement of Roads and Bridges, and the Incorporation of Turnpike Companies — Messrs.
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