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[752] Laws, Statutes, Ordinances, | and | Constitutions, | Ordained, Made and Established, | by the Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, | and Assistants,

of the City of New-York, | Convened in Common-Council, | for | The good Rule and Government of the Inhabitants and Residents of the said City. Published the Twenty-Seventh Day of January, and the First Day of February, in the Twenty Second Year of the Reign of our Sovereign

Lord George the Second, | Annoque Domini 1748... To which is added, | An Appendix, Containing Extracts of Sundry Acts of the General Assembly of the Colony of New-York, immediately relating to the good Government | of the said City and Corporation. | [Provincial Seal] | Printed and Sold by J. Parker, at the New Printing Office, in Bever [sic] Street, 1749. Fo.

N. Y. H. S., N. Y. P. L. Collation, Title-page, verso blank, pp. 3, verso blank, 5-79, verso, Table to the Appendix.

Signature A in one, B (on p. 5)-I, K-U in twos.

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[754] To His Excellency | The Honourable George Clinton, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Province of | New-York, . . . | . . . | . . . | The Humble Address of the Members of his Majesty's Council | for the Province of New-York. | [Dated at New York, June 30, 1749.] Broadside. 8% x 51⁄2 in. P. R. O.

June 30. 1755] To His Excellency | The Honourable George Clinton, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Province of | New-York, . . . . . . . . │ [Address of the General Assembly. Dated at Fort George, June 30, 1749.] Broadside. 9% x 51⁄2 in. P. R. O.

July 5.

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[756] [Half Title] Votes and Proceedings of the General Assembly of the | Colony of NewYork. [June 27-July 5, 1749.] [Imprimatur] James Parker, printer. pp. 1-8. F. N. Y. S. L.

Signature a-b in twos.

July 15.

[757] [Half Title] Votes and Proceedings | .. ... [July 6-15, 1749.] [Imprimatur] James Parker, printer. pp. 9-17, verso blank. F°. N. Y. S. L. Signature c in twos, d in threes.

July 22.

[758] [Half Title] Votes and Proceedings | . . . │... | [July 17-22, 1749.] [Imprimatur] James Parker, printer. pp. 19-23, verso blank. Fo. N. Y. S. L. Signature e in threes.

August 4.

[759] His Excellency's | Speech | to the | Gene

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[762] [Royal Arms] | By His Excellency | The Honourable George Clinton, | Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Province of New-York, .... A Proclamation. Whereas the General Assembly of this Province, stands prorogued until the Twenty-Fourth Day | [Dated Fort George, July 21, 1750.] Broadside. 1034 x 534 in. N. Y. S. L.

September 4.

[763] The Speech | of | His Excellency The Honourable | George Clinton, Captain General and | Governor in Chief of the Province of NewYork, and Teritories (sic) thereon depending in America, ... | ... | . . . | to | The Council and General Assembly of the said | Province, on Tuesday the 4th of September, 1750: | [Dated at Fort P. R. O. George, Sept. 4, 1750.] 2 pp. F°.

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[771] [Half Title] Votes and Proceedings, &c. [November 18-21, a.m.] [Imprimatur] James Parker, printer. pp. 41-44. F. P. H. S. Signature L in twos. November 23.

[772] To His Excellency | The Honourable George Clinton, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Province of New-York,... | ... | ..... | The Humble Address of his Majesty's Council for the | Colony of New-York. | [Dated at Fort George, Nov. 23, 1751; with His Excellency's Answer, dated Fort George, November 23, 1751.] 4 PPF°. P. R. O., N. Y. S. L. Signature A in twos.

November 25.

[773] [Half Title] Votes and Proceedings, &c. [November 21, p.m.-November 25, 1751.] [Colophon] New-York: Printed by James Parker, at the New-Printing-Office, in Beaver-Street, 1751. PP. 45-47, verso blank. F°. P. H. S. Signature M in twos.

1752.

[774] Laws of | New-York, | from The Year 1691, to 1751, inclusive. | Published according to an Act of the General | Assembly. | [Provincial Seal]... New-York: Printed by James Parker, Printer to the Government, at the New PrintingOffice, in Beaver-Street, MDCCLII. F°.

N. Y. P. L.

Collation: Title-page, verso blank, Errata, 1 leaf, a list of subscribers ... 2 leaves, Preface pp. i-iii verso blank, pp. 1-244, 247-254, 253-455 verso blank, 457-488.

Signature a, A, B-I, K-U, X-Z, Aa-li, Kk-Uu, Xx-Zz, Aaa-liii, Kkk-Uuu in twos, Xxx-Zzz, Aaaa-liii, Kkkk-Uuuu, Xxxx in fours, A-H in twos.

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[784] The Speech | of | The Honourable James De Lancey, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief | in and over the Province of New-York, . . . | ... | to | The Council and General Assembly of the said Province. [Dated at New York, Oct. 31, 1753.] 2 pp. Fo. P. R. O.

1754.

[785] Two Reports | of | A Committee | of | His. Majesty's Council | for the | Province of New-York, relating To the Controverted Line between that Province, and New-Jersey. | Published by Order

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[790] An Act to restrain the sending of Provisions to Cape-Breton, or any other French Port or Settlement, on the Continent of North-America, or Islands nigh or adjacent thereto. L. C.

"Province of New York. The preceding is a true copy of An Act of the Legislature of the said province passed and published the nineteenth day of February 1755 in the twenty eighth Year of his Majesty's Reign. Exam'd with the Original by Geo Banyar D Secy." (MS. note found on this copy of the act.)

April 2.

[791] [Royal Arms] | By the Honourable | James De Lancey, Esq; | His Majesty's Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief, in and | over the Province of New-York, . . . | . A Proclamation.

| Whereas several Incroachments have lately been made by the Inhabitants | [Dated Fort George, April 2, 1755.] Broadside. 1334 x 64 in. N. Y. H. S.

September 8.

[792] To | His Excellency Sir Charles Hardy, Knight, Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Province of New-York, . . . | ... The humble Address of the Council for the Province of New-York. | ... | [Dated New York,

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[793] The Speech of | His Excellency Sir Charles Hardy, Knt. | Captain General and Governor in Chief, in and over the Province of NewYork,... | | To The Council and General Assembly of the said Province. | ... | [Dated Fort George, December 3, 1755.] 2 pp. F. N.Y.S.L. December 5.

[794] To His Excellency | Sir Charles Hardy, Knight, Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Province of New-York, . . . |

. | ... | The Humble Address of the Council of the Province of New-York. | ... | [Dated at Fort George, Dec 4, 1755; with His Excellency's answer, dated Fort George, December 5, 1755.] 2 pp. F. P. R. O.

1756.

[795] By His Excellency | Sir Charles Hardy, Knight. | Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Province of New-York, . . . | . . . | . . . │. . . | You are hereby impowered and authorized to | inlist Voluntiers to be employed |

| [Dated Fort George, [ ], 1756. With "Form of the Oath to be administered by a Justice of the Peace to the Person inlisted"; "Clause against Mutiny and Desertion, to be read to the Person inlisted." "The Form of the Certificate to be given to the Justice before whom the Men inlisted are to be Sworn."] (1) p., verso blank, (1) p., N. Y. S. L. verso blank. F°. [796] [Royal Arms] | His Majesty's | Declaration Of War against the French King. | ... | [Dated Kensington, May 17, 1756.] New-York: Printed by James Parker, Printer to the Government, at the New-Printing Office, in Beaver-Street, 1756. Broadside. 178 x 125% in. N. Y. S. L.

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[799] By | His Excellency | Sir Charles Hardy, Knight, Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Province of New-York, . . . | . . . | . . . | In Pursuance of an Act, entitled, An Act for the speeding and effect- | [Dated Fort George, [

], 1757.] Broadside. 8 x 5 in. N. Y. S. L. Order for increasing the military force. This particular copy is filled out for date of March 9, 1757, and includes a MS. memorandum of a certain apportionment.

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[801] To His Excellency | Sir Charles Hardy, Knight, Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Province of New-York, . . . | . ... The Humble Address of the Council of the Province of New-York. | [Dated Flatbush, Feb. 17, 1757.] 2 pp. F°. P. R. O. February 18.

[802] To the Honourable the House of Representatives of and in the Colony of New York. The -Memorial of us the Subscribers, being Part-Owners and Proprietors of the Patents of Minisink and Wawayanda, bordering on the Crown Lands in this Colony, that lie between the said Patents and the true Line of Division between this Colony and the Colony of New Jersey, in behalf of Ourselves, and the other Owners and Proprietors of the said Patents, and the Owners and Proprietors of the other Patents ranging with the said Patents of Minisink and Wawayonda, between Hudson's and Delaware Rivers. [Dated February 10, 1756.]

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[806] The Speech | of | The Honourable James De Lancey, Esq; | His Majesty's Lieutenant-Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of New-York, . . . | .`' ; To The Council and General Assembly of the said Province. [Dated at City of New-York, March 10, 1758, with the Humble Address of the Council,' and his Honour's Answer, both dated March 14, 1758.] pp. 1-3, verso blank. Fo. P. R. O.

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March 25.

[807] [Royal Arms] | By the Honourable | James De Lancey, Esq; | His Majesty's Lieutenant-Governor, and Commander in Chief, | in and over the Province of New-York, | ... | ... | A Proclamation. Whereas this Government, from a due Sense of the Dangers im- | ... | [Dated Fort George, March 25, 1758.] Broadside. 12 x 63% in. L. C. November 21.

[808] The | Speech | of | The Honourable James De Lancey, Esq; | His Majesty's Lieutenant-Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of New-York,....... | To | the Council and General Assembly of the said Province. [Dated City of New-York, Nov. 21, 1758.] 2 pp. P. R. O.

F°.

November 24.

[809] To the Honourable James De Lancey, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant-Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of New-York,... | .... : | The Humble Address of the Council of the Province of New-York. | [Dated City of New-York, Nov. 24, 1758.] Broadside. 934 x 51⁄2 in. P. R. O.

November 24.

[810] To the Honourable James De Lancey, Esq; his Majesty's Lieutenant | Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Colony of New| York, . . . | The Humble Address of the General Assembly of the said Colony. | [Dated City of New-York, Nov. 24, 1758.] Broadside. 10x 5% in. P. R. O.

December 16.

[811] Anno Regni | Georgii II. | Regis | Magnæ Britanniæ, Franciæ & Hiberniæ, | Trigesimo Secundo. At a Session of the General Assembly of the Colony of | New-York, held at Flatbush, in King's-County; | begun the Fifteenth of February, 1757. and continued by | divers Adjournments, at the City of New-York, to the Six- | teenth of December, 1758, ... | [Seal of Province] | NewYork: Printed and Sold by James Parker, at the New Printing-Office in Beaver-street, M,DCC, LIX. F°. P. R. O.

Collation: Title-page, verso blank, pp. 1-66, Table . . . 1 p., verso blank.

At foot of p. 66 read: "The fore-going Seventeen Acts were passed December 16, 1758."

1759.

[812] By the Honourable James De Lancey, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief, in and over the Province of New-York,... | ... | In Pursuance of an Act, entitled An Act for raising a Supply of One Hundred Thousand Pounds, for levying, paying, |.. [Dated Fort George [ ], 1759.] Broadside 8% x 534 in. N. Y. S. L. Order for increasing the military force. This particular copy is filled out for date of March 16, 1759.

February 3.

[813] The Speech | of | The Honourable James De Lancey, Esq: | His Majesty's Lieutenant Governor and Commander | in Chief in and over the Province of New-York,... | To | The Council and General Assembly of the said Province. | [Dated New-York, Feb. 1, 1759. With "the Humble Ad

dress of the Council," dated Feb. 2, Honour's Answer, dated Feb. 3, 1759.] verso blank. F°.

July 3.

of New-York. | [May 13-21, 1760.]

and His pp. 1-3, P. R. O.

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[818] The Speech | of | The Honourable James De Lancey, Esq; | His Majesty's Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief, in and over the Province of New-York, and the Territories | . . . : To The Council and General Assembly of the said Province. | [Dated City of New-York, Dec. 6, 1759.] 2 pp. F. P. R. O., N. Y. S. L. December 8.

[819] To | The Honourable James De Lancey, Esq; His Majesty's Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief, | in and over the Province of New-York, and the Territories | ... | The Humble Address of the Council of the Province of | NewYork. | [Dated Council Chamber, City of NewYork, Dec. 8, 1759.] Broadside. 10 x 534 in. P. R. O., N. Y. S. L. December II.

[820] [Half Title] Votes and Proceedings | of the General Assembly of the Colony of NewYork. | Assembly-Chamber, at the Bowry, in the Out Ward of the City of New-York, | [Dec. 4-11, 1759.] pp. [43-]52. F°.

Fragment. Incomplete.

Signature M-N in twos, O in one.

1760. May 21.

P. R. O.

[821] [Half Title] Votes and Proceedings of the General Assembly of the Colony of New-York. | Bowry-Division, in the Out Ward of the City

Signature Bb in twos.

October 22.

pp. [95-]98. N. Y. S. L.

[822] Speech of | The Honourable Cadwallader Colden, Esq; President of His Majesty's Council, and Commander in Chief of the Province of New-York,... | ... | To | The Council and General Assembly of the said Province. | [Dated FortGeorge, October 22, 1760.] 2 pp. F. P. R. O., N. Y. S. L. October 28.

[823] To | The Honourable Cadwallader Colden, | Esq; President of His Majesty's Council, and Commander in Chief of the Province of NewYork, and... | The Humble Address of the Council of the Province of | New-York. | [Dated Council-Chamber, New-York, October 28, 1760.] 2 pp. F°. P. R. O., N. Y. S. L.

October 29.

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