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12th Ward 3d ave 8th ave acquire title amount paid therefor assessment for Boulevard assessment on relator's assessment paid Avenue back amount paid Block Board of Police Boulevard sewers certified to Comptroller Certiorari to review Charles City Damages for alleged Damages for personal deceased declared void discontinuing action East river ex rel excess of permit executors favor of plaintiff Folio foreclose lien George George W Harlem river Henry hetween Hudson river hy falling James John judgment in favor July June June 11 Kingsbridge Mandamus to compel Mary Mayor Nature of Action North river Park personal injuries received proceeded and adjourned Railroad ave recover amount recover back amount reduce assessment Regis regulating removal of relator replevin review assessment Sept sidewalk sioners Summons only served Superior Thomas Title of Action Transcript of judgment vacate assessment vacate or reduce Vanderhilt ave Ward line William York
Page 127 - There shall be prepared under the direction and supervision of the commissioners of taxes and assessments of the city of New York...
Page 12 - CASHIN, J. — A petition for a writ of mandate directing James E. Walsh, as the residuary legatee and as executor and trustee under the last will and testament of Richard Varick Dey, deceased, to execute for transmission to the clerk of the supreme court of New York in and for the city of New York an instrument sufficient to constitute an appearance by him as defendant in an action filed therein against the deceased in his lifetime. The deceased, a resident of the state...
Page 60 - An act to incorporate the Union Home and School for the education and maintenance of the children of volunteers,'" and said bill was committed to the committee of the whole.
Page 33 - Charles G., and Henry L. Hurlbut, as executors of and trustees under the last will and testament of Benjamin H.
Page xxi - St. Ann's avenue, between One Hundred and Forty-seventh and One Hundred and Forty-eighth streets.
Page 82 - Court of General Sessions of the Peace for the City and County of New York,' of its own Grand Jury in favour of dealing with the social evil by means of regulation.
Page xxiii - ... inches further to the west, and so encroached to that extent upon the property of the plaintiffs. It was in this wall that the plaintiffs claimed an easement by way of beam rights. It is clear that by operation of law title to this parcel of land, extending 37 feet 9 inches westerly from Center street, vested in the city upon the filing of the oaths of the commissioners of appraisal. The plaintiffs contend that because the intention to acquire this particular easement was not specifically set...
Page ix - ... several departments, from 1874-1881, rendered to the mayor in compliance with his requisition. (City Record, v. 10, pt. I, pp. 385-399.) A Report of the examination of the accounts of the Board of Excise. Jan. I, 1878Dec. 31, 1881. (City Record, v. 10, pt. 2, pp. 959-960.) A Report of the examination of the office of the Attorney for the collection of arrears of personal taxes, from Sept.
Page xi - ... make application to the court for the appointment of commissioners of estimate and assessment. The commissioners, upon being appointed, are to proceed as prescribed by the charter.