New York State Description And Travel Early Works To 1800 : A brief description of New-York, formerly called New-Netherlands: with the places thereunto adjoyning : together with the manner of its scituation, fertility of the soyle, healthfulness of the climate, and the commodities thence produced : also some directions and advice to such as shall go thither ... : likewise a brief relation of the customs of the Indians there / by Daniel Denton.; Denton, Daniel.
New York State History King Williams War 1689 1697 : A journal of the late actions of the French at Canada : with the manner of their being repuls'd by His Excellency, Benjamin Fletcher, Their Majesties governour of New-York / impartially related by Coll. Nicholas Reyard [sic], and Lieutenant Coll. Charles Lodowick, who attended His Excellency during the whole expedition ...; Bayard, Nicholas,
New York State History Sources : The documentary history of the state of New-York [electronic resource] / arranged under the direction of the Hon. Christopher Morgan, secretary of state, by E.B. O'Callaghan.
New York State Militia Early Works To 1800 : An act for raising six thousand pound [sic] for the payment of three hundred volunteers, and their officers, to be imployed in the re-inforcement of the frontiers of this province at Albany, from the first of May next, to the first of May then next following, in the year of our Lord, 1694; New York (State)
New York State Moral Conditions Early Works To 1800 : By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York, province of Pennsilvania, country of New-Castle ... : a proclamation, whereas our soveraign Lord and Lady William and Mary ... : In their majesties name I do hereby strictly prohibit the breaking of the Lord's Day, all prophane swearing, cursing, drunkenness, idleness and unlawful gaming, and all manner of prophaneness whatsoever ... Given under my hand at Philadelphia the 29th day of April, 1693 in the fifth year of their Majesties reign.; New York (Colony).
New York State Politics And Government Sources Early Works To 1800 : By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York, province of Pennsilvania, country of New-Castle, and territories and tracts of land depending thereon, in America, and vice-admiral of the same. : A proclamation forasmuch as their most Excellent Majesties, King William and Queen Mary ... have graciously been pleased to impower me from time to time, as I judge it necessary, to adjourn, prorogue, and dissolve all general assemblies ... that the General Assembly summoned and called to sit at New-York the twentieth fourth day of October last past, and till now in being, are hereby dissolved. ... / Given at Fort William Henry the 27th day of July ... 1693. Ben. Fletcher.; New York (Colony).