The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Volume 40

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Richard Henry Greene, Henry Reed Stiles, Melatiah Everett Dwight, George Austin Morrison, Hopper Striker Mott, John Reynolds Totten, Louis Effingham De Forest, Harold Minot Pitman, Charles Andrew Ditmas, Conklin Mann, Arthur S. Maynard
New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1909 - New York
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Page 63 - That it be recommended to each Colony to appoint a Committee of Safety, to superintend and direct all matters necessary for the Security and defence of their respective Colonies in the recess of their Assemblies and Conventions.
Page 227 - I do not think, that forcing his Lordship on shipboard is sufficient; nothing less than depriving him of life or liberty will secure peace to Virginia, as motives of resentment actuate his conduct, to a degree equal to the total destruction of the colony.
Page 180 - ... the first day of August in the yeare of our Lord God one thousand six hundred...
Page 333 - THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL REGISTER Published quarterly in January, April, July, and October, by the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Each number contains not less than ninety-six octavo pages of matter concerning the History, Antiquities, Genealogy and Biography of America.
Page 69 - A. Book of Strattons, being a collection of Stratton records from England and Scotland, and a genealogical history of the early colonial Strattons in America, with five generations of their descendants, compiled by HARRIET RUSSELL STRATTON.
Page 140 - Genealogy of the descendants of Alexander Alvord, an early settler of Windsor, Conn., and Northampton, Mass., compiled by Samuel Morgan Alvord.
Page 1 - NORREYS JEPHSON O'CoNOR. Based upon the papers of John Appy, Secretary and Judge Advocate of His Majesty's Forces. A Publication of the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New York.
Page 16 - That the appointment of all officers and filling all vacancies (excepting general officers), be left to the governments of the several States, and that every State provide arms, clothing, and every necessary for its quota of troops, according to the foregoing estimate — the expense of the clothing to be deducted from the pay of the soldiers, as usual. "That all officers be commissioned by Congress.

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