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1777-82, Laws (Session laws, 1782-84 appended)
Laws of the State of New York from the first to the seventh sessions of the Senate and Assembly following the Declaration of Independence and the
organization of New York as a state, from 1777 to 1784. The volume has a first section, with coverage from 1777 to 1782, and a supplemental addition
from 1782 to 1784. There are annotations provided in the margins. A note following the first table of contents stated that there was an autograph
(somewhat illegible) of Daniel D. Tompkins, fourth governor of New York (1807-1817), and Vice President during John Quincy Adams administration on page 3,
which follows on the next page. (Source of the digitized copy: Library of Congress).
Title:   Laws of the state of New-York : commencing with the first session of the Senate and Assembly, after the Declaration of Independency, and the organization of the new government of the state, anno 1777 : by order of the Legislature.
OCLC Number:   982184836
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