3 edition of New-York, June 23d, 1788. found in the catalog.
New-York, June 23d, 1788.
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Convention. When the Convention met in Poughkeepsie on J , there was a 46 to 19 majority opposed to the Constitution. Antifederalist leaders included Governor George Clinton of Ulster, Samuel Jones of Queens, Melancton Smith of Dutchess, and John Lansing, Jr., of Albany. In the course of describing the ratification process in New York, Pauline Maier’s Ratification (Simon & Schuster, pages) makes fleeting reference to the fact that a huge parade through New York City in by supporters of the Constitution was put off for a day “to avoid J a Jewish holiday.” This postponement, and its.
Friday, J -TRIPLE SHEET. NEW YORK HERALD BROADWAY AND ANN STREET. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. r i t o i ' i t I E T o n. Letters and packages should be properly sealed. AII business or news. On February 1, , the New York Assembly passed a resolution calling a convention to meet in Poughkeepsie in mid-June and for the elections to take place at the same time as legislative elections in late April. The resolution provided that all adult free men could vote for delegates whether or not they owned property.
MARRIED At Paris, on Wednesday, the 27th August, at the Hotel of the American Embassy, by the Rev. Robert Lovett, the Count Amede D'Audebart De Fergusson, to Alice, fourth daughter of Col. Thorn, of New York. MARRIED On Tuesday, 23d instant, by the Rev. Dr. Berrian, Henry Van Wart, Jr., of Boston, to Abbey, daughter of the late John. John Ryder, perhaps a son of one of the above, was married in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, J , to Adriantie Hercks, daughter of Hercks Siboutszen Krankheyt, formerly a ship carpenter, from Langendyck, Holland, but who received a patent of lands and settled in Newtown, and his wife Wyntie Theunis de Key, from Naarden, Holland.
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Get this from a library. New-York, June 23d, Sir, Whoever undertakes to publish a geographical and topographical account of any country, must of 1788.
book be dependent on others for much of his information. [Jedidiah Morse]. Author of Geography made easy, The American gazetteer, The American geography, New-York, June 23d,The history of America, New-York sermon, exhibiting the present dangers, and consequent duties of the citizens of the United States of America, A report to the secretary of June 23d of the United States, on Indian affairs, The American universal geography, or.
() To the inhabitants of King's County: Friends and fellow-citizens, you were addressed a few days since, in Dutch, by a person under the signature of a King's County farmer, intended as a reply, to a publication of mine, to you on the 23d day of March.
[New-York: Printed by Francis Childs] [Online New-York Retrieved from the Library of. The Continental Congress met in New York from Jan. 11, to J Not in Evans, Bristol or Shipton & Mooney. ESTC W Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Morse, Jedidiah, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: ,) New-York, June 23d, Sir, Whoever undertakes to publish a geographical and topographical account of any country, must of necessity be dependent on others for much of.
The doctors' riot was an incident that occurred in April in New York City, where the illegal procurement of corpses from the graves of the recently deceased caused a mass expression of discontent from poorer New Yorkers that was directed Location: New 1788.
book City, New York. (The New York Directory for description begins New York Directory for (facsimile, New York, ). description ends, ). Sleight was a partner in the firm of Sleight and Van Wyck, the dissolution of which was announced in the New York press on Ap New York established its first independent government in On February 6,New York approved the Articles of Confederation.
Although New York was opposed to a strong federal government, it ratified the United States Constitution on J Much of the fighting during the War of took place in the frontier areas of New York.
Thus, Minute Book 1 provides a rich survey of JS’s interactions with associates and others during many dramatic, and often challenging, episodes beginning in October and concluding in November Sixteen different clerks took original minutes that were later copied into the volume by Frederick G.
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New York (Anthony Burgess book), a work of travel and observation; New York (Morand. Ratification of the Constitution by the State of New York, J New York was the eleventh state to do so.
The assent of Virginia and of New York was seen as essential to the success of the Constitution, and though they were tenth and eleventh to ratify, it is generally agreed that until they both ratified, succes was in doubt. NEW YORK 11th State -J DISTRICT DATE CREATED STATUTORY CITATION District of New York Septem 1 Stat.
73, 87 Limited District of New York Febru 2 Stat. 89, 99 District of Albany Febru 2 Stat. 89, 99 District of New York Ap 2 Stat. ,New York City / State Timeline from Eagles Byte by David Minor Year-by-year tracing the growth of the early days of the Republic Our new nation hit a milestone inas the delegates meeting in Philadelphia approved a final draft of a new national constitution on September 17th.
New York, the 11th of the original 13 states, ratified the Constitution 26 July IV. The fourth New York, an armored cruiser authorized by Congress inwas laid down 19 September by William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia; launched 2 December ; sponsored by Miss Helen Page; and commissioned at Philadelphia 1 AugustCapt.
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ePub: KB. contributions to the genealogies of the first settlers of the ancient county of albany, from to by professor jonathan pearson. genealogies a-b. After the English took over in the s, the colony was renamed New York, after the Duke of York. One of the original 13 states to join the Union (it entered in ), New York is known as the "Empire State." The state includes everything from skyscrapers in Manhattan to rivers, mountains, and lakes in upstate New York.
On SeptemNew York City was established as America’s first capital under the Constitution of the United States. New York had already hosted the nation’s legislature and served as the de facto capital since The information on this page is from "Contributions for the Genealogies of the First Settlers of the Ancient County of Albany, from to ", by Prof.
Jonathan Pearson. a state in the USA, on the Atlantic coast, bordering on Canada. It includes Long Island. New York has an area ofsq km and a population of. Attending Congress at New York. Nov. Begins Writing The Federalist. In Philadelphia. Nov. Returns to New York. March 4. Sets out for Virginia.
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1M T, 1KL Jfoa will bar .By Michael W. Schwartz. A recent work about the ratification of the U.S. Constitution rescues from oblivion an amazing and moving story about the Jews of post-Revolutionary New York and the solicitude their Gentile neighbors showed them.
In the course of describing the ratification process in New York, Pauline Maier’s Ratification (Simon & Schuster, pages) makes fleeting .