Minutes of the common council of the city of new york, 1675-1776, Volume 1

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Page 294 - Philadelphia, be, and shall be, for ever hereafter, persons able and capable in law, to sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, answer and be answered unto, defend and be defended...
Page 302 - Majesty, aforesaid, his heirs and successors, give and grant unto the aforesaid mayor, aldermen, and commonalty of the said city of New York and their successors that they and their successors shall and may have, hold, and keep, within the said...
Page 299 - ... to be done or executed ; and that the aforesaid Mayor, Recorder, and Aldermen, and every of them, as justices of the peace for the time being, by their or any of their warrants, all and every person and persons for high treason or petty treason, or for...
Page 131 - December, in the nyne and twentieth yeare of the reigne of our Sovereigne Lord, Charles the Second, by the Grace of God, of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c., Annoq Domini 1677.
Page 412 - I do, by these presents, for and on the behalf of his most sacred majesty aforesaid, his heirs, successors and assigns, declare, constitute, grant, and appoint, that the Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, and Assistants, of the said city of New- York, for the time being, and they which hereafter shall be the Mayor Recorder. and Aldermen, and Assistants, of the said city of New-York, for the time being, and their successors, forever hereafter, be, and shall be...
Page 195 - Reigne, wherein amongst: others, is inserted the Names of Lewis Carre, Pregeante, his Wife, Mary: and Jane their Children, Who though born beyond Seas : are made his Majesties Leige Subjects, and to be held reputed, and taken as Subjects born in this Kingdome of England, and may, as Such purchase, buy, Sell and Dispose of Lands, Tenements, and...
Page 292 - Commanders-inChief, under their or some of their hands and seals, or seal of the Province, or by any of the former Mayors or Deputy Mayors and Aldermen of the said city of New- York, to some respective person or persons, late inhabitants of the said city of New- York, or Manhattan's Island, or of other parts of the said province.
Page 195 - Merchtdizes only as Natives Doe and ought to doe: and to enjoy all Liberties Priviledges and Franchises of Subjects born: in this Kingdome without any disturbance Impediment or mollestation as by the Said patent relation being thereunto had may more at Large appeare, of all which Act being required of me, the Said Notary, I haue Granted these: presents: to Serue, and avail the Said Lewis Carre: and his Wife and his Children, In Time and Place Convenient London ye 5?
Page 301 - And also, I do by these presents, for and on the behalf of his most sacred majesty aforesaid, his heirs and successors, grant to the Mayor, Aldermen...

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