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MS 338a,b - Book, Letter

1782 letter / copy book, possibly belonging to Henry Burbeck (book - A; letter - B)

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MS1 - Warrant

Warrant of Benjamin Tallmadge as adjutant in Colonel Chester's Connecticut Militia Regiment, signed by Colonel John Chester. dated June 20, 1776

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MS10 - Indictment

Indictment of Fred Haines for fraud of John Jills, the Morris Quarter Session, signed by Elisha Boudinot for the Attorney General. Presented by Bernard M. Riley, Nov. 1976.

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MS100 - Record

A record showing the addresses where French Officers were quartersed during the winter of 1780-1781 at Newport. (in French)

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MS101 - Letter

Robert Ray, Letter to John Sanders at Schenectady, New York, reporting the Battle of Guilford Courthouse at the arrival of two French Ships at Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Albany, New York, April 17, 1781

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MS102 - Receipt

Nicholas Bayard, Signed Receipt to Captain Pieter Van Alen for thirty-three shillings, New York City, October 9, 1749

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MS103 - Letter

Pierre Van Cortlandt, Letter of Credit to Henry Wisner for attendance in Senate as member between January 27 and February 29 1780; 1224 dollars/489 pounds 12 shillings. With receipt for same dated May 22, 1780.

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MS104 - Orders, Military

Jonathan Hoar, Colonel Hoar's Order to Robert Sanders for clothing and medicines to be delivered to Mr Sutten, Quartermaster of the Regiment. Albany, New York, September 17, 1761

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MS105 - Letter

Lucy Caldwell, Letter to Captain Henry Caldwell at Boston concerning domestic matters, Norwich Connecticut, October 8, 1811

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MS106 - Letter

Lucy Caldwell, Letter to Captain Henry Caldwell commanding Marines aboard frigate PRESIDENT at New York City concerning the engagement between that ship and H.M. Sloop LITTLE BELT and Domestic Matters, Norwich, Connecticut, June 5, 1811

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MS107 - Letter

Lucy Caldwell, Letter to Captain Henry Caldwell aboard the frigate PRESIDENT at New York City concerning naval operations and domestic matters, Boznah, May 28, 1811

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MS108 - Claim

Samuel D. Ingham, Revolutionary Claims Number 104; entitlement of Henry Burbeck of New London, Connecticut to pay as a Veteran Captain of Artillery of the Massachusetts Line at the rate of Fifty dollars a month. Signed by Samuel D. Ingham, Secretary of the Treasury, Washington DC, August 3, 1829

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MS109 - Letter

Lucy Caldwell, Letter to Captain Henry Caldwell at Boston concerning domestic matters, Norwich, Connecticut, October 1, 1811

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MS11 - Indictment

Indictment of Caleb Sweely for assault on John Aubell. Augustine Bayly, Foreman. Morris County, NJ; August 17, 1778. Presented by Bernard M. Riley, Nov. 1976.

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MS110 - Commission

Commission of Henry Burbeck as Lt. Col. Commandant of the 1st Regt. of Artillerists and Engineers, signed by John Adams, President of the US and James McHenry, Sec'y of War.

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MS111 - Receipt

Comfort Sands, Debit and Receipt to Henry Wisner from Comfort Sands, Adjutant General of the State of New York for 77 pounds 8 shillings for the purchase of hemp seed sent to Albany by order of the convention, September 18, 1777

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MS112 - Way-bill

James Rivington, List of Merchandise imported by James Rivington in the Ship Samson; John Smith, Master, from London. New York City, June 5, 1794

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MS113 - Commission

George Clinton, Commission of Daniel Delavan as Lieutenant Colonel Commandant of a Regiment of Militia in Westchester County, New York, signed by Governor George Clinton, New York City, February 25, 1792

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MS114 - Commission

George Clinton, Commission of Daniel Delavan as Major of the Regiment of Militia in Westchester County, New York, Signed by Governor George Clinton, October 17, 1786

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MS115 - Certificate

Reuben Hyde Walworth, Admission of Frederick L. Tallmadge on examination to practice law by the Court of Chancery of the State of New York. Signed by Reuben Hyde Walworth, Chancellor, July 3, 1847

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MS116 - Bill

Dr. John Hale. Bill, Hollis, NH, 1761. ADS Bill for L6 for professional services while attending Colonel Fry's Regiment, February 1760 - January 1761.

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MS117 - Letter

Justin Ely, Letter to Colonel Benjamin Tallmadge concerning the transfer of twenty-eight acres in the Ogden Tract as Colonel Tallmadge's proportion, West Springfield, December 16, 1815

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MS118 - Orders, Military

Henry Burbeck, Garrison orders given at New York City commemorating the evacuation in 1783 and military matters, Fort Columbus, November 24-25, 1783

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MS119 - Commission

Samuel Huntington, Commission of Henry Burbeck as Captain in the Third Regiment of Artillery, signed by Samuel Huntington, President of Congress

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MS12 - Order of Arrest

Order for the Sheriff of Morris County to remand David Gordon to appear in court the first Tuesday in July, in order to pay Ezra Halsey a debt of L 27.6.8 Morris County, NJ, July 1770 Signed by Judge Jacob Ford. Presented by Bernard M. Riley, November 1976.

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MS120 - Commission

Henry Laurens, Commission of Henry Burbeck as Captain in Crane's Regiment of Artillery to take effect September 12, 1777, signed by Henry Laurens, President of Congress

Record Type: Archive

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MS121 - Letter

Robert F. Livingston, Letter to his Brother (unknown) concerning family and financial matters, November 1, 1780

Record Type: Archive

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MS123 - Letter

Charles Frederick de Bedaulx, Letter to General Benjamin Lincoln requesting the latter's aid in a petition to Congress, October 25, 1779

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MS124 - Certificate

Morgan Lewis, Certificate of the Trustees of the Estate of Alexander Hamilton for $200 as a share, New York City, November 29, 1804

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MS125 - Certificate

John Barry, Blank certificate of service, undated, signed by Captain John Barry

Record Type: Archive

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MS126 - Narrative

Anonymous, Undated collection of newspaper accounts of the celebration of the evacuation of New York City between 1785 and 1791

Record Type: Archive

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MS127 - Commission

Jonathan Trumbull, Commission of Abijah Cotton as Ensign in the Fourth Company of the Trainband of Hartford, signed by Governor Jonathan Trumbull, October 18, 1773

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MS128 - Deed

John Seymour, Deed to Western Lands to the towns of Hartford and Windsor sold to the Reverend Benjamin Cotton for 24 pounds, Hartford, Connecticut, June 23, 1732

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MS129 - Muster Roll

Captain Peter Matthews' Muster Roll for March and April 1704 (NY Militia)

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MS13 - List

Tenants list on the tract commonly called Skene's settle patent, part of 20,000 acres adjoining Skenesborough. dated 1760-1772.

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MS130 - Warrant

Giles Russel, Warrant of Mathew Gregory as Sergeant in Colonel Russel's Connecticut Regiment, November 18, 1778 (8th CT)

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MS131 - Notice

Stevens, John Austin Notice of Organization Notice of first organizational meeting of the Sons of the Revolution to be held on February 22, 1876 at the NYHS.

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MS132 - Commission

Henry Moore, Commission of John T. Fonda as First Lieutenant in the Militia of Rensyelaewyck Manor, signed by Governor Henry Moore, November 29, 1768

Record Type: Archive

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MS133 - Diploma

Diploma of J.S. Tallmadge from Columbia College, signed by Worthington Romaine.

Record Type: Archive

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MS134 - Deed

David Ensign, Deed of sale for 45 pounds 10 shillings of seven acres of land in Hartford to Benjamin Colson, Hartford, Connecticut, June 23, 1732

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MS135 - Commission

King Louis XVI of France, Commission of Saumier de la Chaumardie for service in the Regiment de la Guadeloupe, signed by Louis XVI, February 4, 1779

Record Type: Archive

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MS136 - Note, Treasury

William Burbeck, Treasury Note Number 8799 for 2745 pounds, due March 1, 1784, cancelled March 1, 1783, for consideration of 96 pounds 6 shillings, dated January 1, 1780

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MS137 - Warrant, Pay

William Grenville, Half-pay warrant for Ensign James Prentice to take effect June 15, 1785, by command to William Grenville and Lord Mulgrave, joint Paymaster General, August 5, 1785

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MS138 - Commission

Joseph Warren, Commission of Henry Burbeck as Second Lieutenant in Colonel Gridley's Regiment of Artillery, signed by Joseph Warren, President of Massachusetts Congress, May 19, 1775

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MS139 - Certificate

Burbeck, Henry Certificate. Boston, June 23, 1777. Certificate of initiation of Henry Burbeck as a Free Mason and his attainment of the degree of a Master Mason in the St. Andrew's Masonic Lodge. Framed.

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MS14 - Certificate

Colonel John Wilkins' certificate attesting to Colonel Phillip Skene's services in 1759 and settlement in America. Chelsea, April 2, 1787 2 pp.

Record Type: Archive

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MS140 - Pass

Abraham Leggett, Pass for Peter Lyon, member of the General Committee for Westchester County, to travel anywhere in the United States not in possession of the enemy, signed by Abraham Leggett, Westchester County, New York, 1777

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MS141 - Orders, Military

Tench Tilghman, Colonel Tilghman's authorization for a chosen sword from the magazine for Colonel Tallmadge, on the authority of General Washington

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MS142 - Certificate

John Thomas, Certificate of Allegiance, Qualification of Peter Lyon of North Castle to the Oath of Allegiance to the State of New York, signed by John Thomas, Junto Chairman, Westchester County, New York, January 13, 1777

Record Type: Archive

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MS143 - Warrant

James Hunt, Warrant of authorization of Peter Lyon to seize property of persons who had fled to the enemy, signed by James Hunt of the Committee of Sequestration, May 24, 1780

Record Type: Archive