Catalogue of the New York State Library, 1855: General Library. 1855

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C. Van Benthuysen, Printer, 1856 - 987 pages
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Page 37 - An Appeal to the World; or a Vindication of the Town of Boston, from Many false and malicious Aspersions contained In certain Letters and Memorials, written by Governor Bernard, General Gage, Commodore Hood, the Commissioners of the American Board of Customs, and others, and by them respectively transmitted to the British Ministry.
Page 315 - Thomas Walpole, Benjamin Franklin, John Sargent, and Samuel Wharton, Esquires, and their Associates; for a grant of lands on the River Ohio, in North America; for the purpose of Erecting a New Government.
Page 761 - Declaration | by the | Representatives | of the | United Colonies of North America, (now met in) General Congress at Philadelphia, | Setting forth the {Causes and Necessity of taking up Arms. | The | Letter of the Twelve United Colonies I by their Delegates in Congress to the Inhabi-|tants of Great Britain, | Their Humble Petition to his Majesty, | and | Their Address to the People of Ireland.
Page 543 - Laws of the state of New York, in relation to the Erie and Champlain canals, together with the annual reports of the Canal commissioners, and other documents requisite for a complete official history of those works. Also, correct maps delineating the routes of the Erie and Champlain canals, and designating the lands through which they pass.
Page 143 - Counter-Revolution in England for the Re-establishment of Popery under Charles II. and James II., by Armand Carrel ; with Fox's History of James II. and Lord Lonsdale's Memoir of James II.
Page 70 - CHARICLES ; a Tale illustrative of Private Life among the Ancient Greeks : with Notes and Excursuses. New Edition. Post Svo.
Page viii - After the expiration of said twenty-four hours the librarian shall Immediately make out a list of the members of each house who have omitted to return any books belonging to the library, specifying the volumes retained by each ; and a list of those against whom any charges for injury to or loss of books exist, stating the amount of them, which list shall be alphabetically arranged, according to the names of the respective members, and shall be certified to be correct. To the president of the senate...
Page 3 - An Account of the Proceedings of the British and other Protestant Inhabitants of Quebeck in North America in order to obtain a House of Assembly in that Province.
Page 247 - A Bill in the Chancery of New Jersey, at the suit of John, Earl of •Stair, and others, Proprietors of the Eastern Division of...
Page 187 - Friendly Address to all Reasonable Americans, on the Subject of our Political Confusions.

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