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1734, Smith, Opinion to the General Assembly
An Address entitled "Mr. Smith's Opinion, relating to Courts of Equity within the Colony of New York," which was in response to three petitions from
the citizen of Westchester, New York City and Queens County. Mr. Smith discussed whether the King can, in England, erect a Court of Equity without
the legislature's consent; and if not, whether the a Court of Equity within this Colony could legally have any authority without such consent. A
related address is at LLMC #20623. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of titles originally held by the New York Public Library).
Title:   Mr. Smith's Opinion Humbly Offered to the General Assembly of the Colony of New-York, One [sic] the Seventh of June, 1734. At their Request. Occasion'd by sundry Petitions of the Inhabitants of the City of New-York, Westchester County & Queens-County, to the said General Assembly, praying an Establishment of Courts of Justice within the said Colony by Act of the Legislature : Published at the request of the said General Assembly.
OCLC Number:   972287363
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