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1777-89, Laws (Jones & Varick), 2v.
The Laws of the State of New York comprising of the Constitution and all acts of the legislature since the Revolution, contained in two volumes.
These volumes covered the first through the twelve sessions (1777-1789), and were compiled by Samuel Jones and Richard Varick, and published in New York
in 1789. An appendix at the end of the first volume contained certain acts of the legislature of the Colony of New York which were not reenacted or
repealed. Both volumes contained indexes. Of note, Richard Varick served as the recording secretary to General George Washington from 1781 to the end
of the Revolutionary War in 1783. (Source of the digitized copy: Library of Congress).
Title:   Laws of the state of New-York : comprising the Constitution, and the acts of the legislature since the Revolution, from the first to the twelfth session, inclusive. Published according to an act of the legislature, passed the 15th April, 1786. In two volumes. [Three lines of quotations].
OCLC Number:   613609815
Available Volumes
NameFiche CountOnlinePaper Backup
Vol. 1YesNo
Vol. 2YesNo