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To the freeholders and freemen of the city and county of New-York.

G.

To the freeholders and freemen of the city and county of New-York.

The following remarks on a piece with 17 queries, publish"d in Mr. Parker"s Gazette of Monday February 15, 1768, are humbly recommended, by a sincere friend, &c. G.

by G.

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Published by Printed by John Holt in [New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New York (State). -- General Assembly.,
  • New-York gazette, or Weekly post-boy.,
  • Elections -- New York (State),
  • Lawyers -- New York (State),
  • New York (State) -- Politics and government -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 11088.
    ContributionsProbus.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([2] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14568194M

    He became the founder of the Hicksite "branch" of the Society of Friends. My grandfather's family were particularly marked for their disloyalty, and one of these bands of Tories I think eleven of them watching their chance, fell upon the house when only my grandfather and Uncle Abraham were on guard. Eventually each militia man received a salary of 53 shillings, 4d. It hangs in the Tuxedo Park Library. The Assembly was dissolved May 3,

    It was made about by Francis Pfister and is now in the collection of the New York Historical Society, through whose courtesy it is reproduced. He was the son of Matthias Merckel and Margaretha Kehl. Sung Bok did share my enthusiasm for tasty food but never entered the digital age. Many families hid themselves at night in barns, wheat-ricks, corn-cribs, and stacks of hay; and on each returning day, blessed their good fortune that their houses had escaped the flames. Dickie, in a letter written by him to the Rev. On May 15, the Continental Congress ordered the construction of a fort at Kings Bridgethe construction of batteries in the Highlandsand the arming and training of a militia.

    Ideologically the various Colonial regions were separated by issues of slavery, race and religion. The committee wrote to Governor Cadwallader Colden in May, "that though they are arming with the greatest diligence and industry; it is not with design to oppose, but to strengthen government in the due exercise of constitutional authority". Porter, and dated Claverack, Aug. This lingering emotionalism disturbed Jacob Hicks, yet he was willing to open his home for a monthly gathering of Friends for worship.


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They then had him, with all the family, taken to the cellar of the house and locked them in. Others not far off were suspected. From a fragment there are but two or three leaves remaining of an ancient book which contained a journal of the proceedings of the committee of safety we have copied the following, in relation to the establishing and maintaining of a night-watch in the county, for the purpose of guarding and defending the person and property of patriots against the machinations and evil designs of Tories: "Articles for Regulating the Night Watch in the Manor of Livingston, to commence 27th September,and to Continue whenever thought proper, according to a Resolve of this Committee.

Dickie, in a letter written by him to the Rev. And the King's rebuke gave the rebels just enough of a majority to start a war. William's commander, Colonel Ann Hawkes Hay, also served as Quartermaster, paying a lot of soldiers out of his own pocket when the American economy couldn't afford it.

Mauritz to the Commission, But other people only protested "taxation without representation," believing that if they were to be taxed by Britain, then they deserved a representative in Parliament.

Eventually each militia man received a salary of 53 shillings, 4d. That the Guard for every Night consist of twelve men, exclusive of the officer. Here, as almost everywhere at that time, there were Tories, adherents of the king and haters of the cause of the people; and it is said that in few communities, even along the North river, were they more active and bitter than in Albany county, and in that part of Albany which is now Columbia.

The lands in the conveyance comprised much of present Albany and Rensselaer counties of New York State.

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The spelling in this paper is given first and that of Pfister's map in parenthesis. Muster Roll. Many people in the colonies were actually Loyalists, who felt they were better off under England's protection against the French and Indians and furthermore, much better off than they had been back in their former countries.

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