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Fri Mar 21 17:05:50 2014 UTClccn-n882569810.00In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors : Samuel F. Lambert, plaintiff in error, vs. The People of the State of New York, defendants in error0.901.00Address, delivered at the close of the sixteenth annual fair of the American Institute, New-York, October 1843 : at Niblo's Saloon, October 24, 1845 /16333672James_Tallmadge,_Jr.n 882569812541574lccn-n84024582American Institute of the City of New Yorklccn-n88111039New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them as Have Been, or May Be Liberatedlccn-n85145487Chandler, Adoniram1792?-1854lccn-n88071987Williams, Edwin1797-1854lccn-n82055230Clinton, DeWitt1769-1828nc-albany n y$citizens 1824Albany (N.Y.).Citizens, 1824lccn-n85336862Democratic Party (N.Y.)lccn-n80038471Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motiermarquis de1757-1834lccn-n85145547New York (N.Y.).Common Councillccn-n84024533Taylor, John W.1784-1854Tallmadge, James1778-1853Speeches in CongressControversial literatureSourcesHistoryUnited StatesSeminole War, 1st (1817-1818)Missouri compromiseCommerceSlaveryGreat BritainPolitical scienceTariffMissouriNew York (State)Tallmadge, James,Slavery--Controversial literatureClinton, DeWitt,Campaign literatureIndustriesLafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier,--marquis de,New York UniversitySlavery--Speeches in CongressSlavery--Extension to the territoriesAmerican Institute of the City of New YorkAnniversariesElectionsAgricultural educationPresidents--ElectionVice-Presidents--ElectionFederal-state controversiesEconomic historyConstitution (United States)Free tradePoliticiansAgriculture--Economic aspectsProgressNew York (State)--New YorkAllen, Stephen,Lorillard, JacobManley, James R.,CemeteriesDecedents' estatesRoberts, JamesChurch propertyAspinwall, William Henry,Patton, William,Lawrence, William Beach,New York (State)--New York--Greenwich VillageEmmet, Thomas Addis,Seminole Indians--WarsProtectionismValentine, Abraham MKnapp, Shepherd,Blackstock, James1778185318121817181818191822182418251826182718281831183318341837184118421843184418451846184718481849185018531893191719221963198019821999129491157324.73AC11668ocn065269174file18410.92Tallmadge, JamesAddress before the American Institute at the close of its fourteenth annual fair, on the 26th of October, 18411217ocn015439628book18190.93Tallmadge, JamesSpeech of the Honorable James Tallmadge, Jr., of Dutchess County, New York, in the House of Representatives of the United states, on slavery to which is added, the proceedings of the Manumission Society of the city of New York, and the correspondence of their committee with Messrs. Tallmadge and TaylorSpeeches in CongressControversial literature1183ocn065314283file18440.90American Institute of the City of New YorkReport on the commercial intercourse of the United States and Great Britain, January 18441169ocn015573507book18180.94Tallmadge, JamesSpeech of the Honorable James Tallmadge, Jr. of Duchess [sic] County, N. York, in the House of Representatives of the United States on the Seminole WarSpeeches in Congress1165ocn015573533book18190.93Tallmadge, JamesSpeech of the Hon. Mr. Tallmadge in the House of Representatives on the Seminole WarSpeeches in Congress1086ocn015573559book18190.94Tallmadge, JamesSpeech of the Hon. James Tallmadge, Jun. in the House of Representatives on the Seminole WarSpeeches in Congress928ocn607381502com18490.81Tallmadge, JamesSpeech of the Hon. James Tallmadge, of Duchess County, New York, in the House of representatives of the United States, on slaverySpeeches in CongressControversial literature425ocn003603123book18450.94Tallmadge, JamesAddress, delivered at the close of the eighteenth annual fair of the American Institute, of the city of New-York, at Niblo's Saloon, October 24, 1845376ocn010105655book18340.93New York (N.Y.)Particulars of the funeral honours to the memory of General Lafayette : with the eulogium delievered by General James Tallmadge, June 26, 1834332ocn123465614com18340.90New York (N.Y.)Particulars of the funeral honours to the memory of General La Fayette224ocn000709971book18370.95Tallmadge, JamesAddress delivered May 20, 1837, in the chapel of the University of the City of New-York, on the occasion of the dedication of the building to the pruposes of science, literature, and religion151ocn002431669book18190.93King, RufusSpeeches of Mr. King in the Senate and of Messrs. Taylor & Talmadge in the House of Representatives of the United States on the bill for authorizing the people of the territory of Missouri to form a constitution and state government, and for the admission of the same into the Union in the session of 1818-19 : with a report of a committee of the Abolition Society of DelawareHistorySpeeches in CongressSources121ocn004092568book18500.94Tallmadge, JamesAddress delivered at the close of the twenty-third annual fair of the American Institute, on awarding the premiums112ocn003441346book18240.59Tallmadge, JamesSpeech of James Tallmadge, Esq. on the subject of giving the choice of presidential electors to the people: in the House of Assembly, on the 5th of August, 1824112ocn841410653com18190.90King, RufusPapers relative to the restriction of slavery speeches of Mr. King, in the Senate, and of Messrs. Taylor & Talmadge in the House of Representatives, of the United States, on the bill for authorising the people of the territory of Missouri to form a constitution and state government, and for the admission of the same into the Union : in the session of 1818-19, with a report of a committee of the Abolition Society of DelawareSpeeches in Congress111ocn003701300book18470.97Tallmadge, JamesAddress of General James Tallmadge : delivered at Castle Garden, in the city of New York, at the close of the twentieth annual fair of the American Institute, Oct. 23, 184791ocn015132493book18431.00Tallmadge, JamesAddress, delivered at the close of the sixteenth annual fair of the American Institute, New-York, October 1843 : at Niblo's Saloon, October 24, 184581ocn012094001book18440.98Tallmadge, JamesRemarks of the Honourable James Tallmadge, president of the convention, on the commercial policy of England, affecting the interests of American agriculture81ocn191315152book18490.95Tallmadge, JamesAddress at the close of the twenty-second annual fair of the American Institute.72ocn437823028book18410.63American Institute of the City of New YorkThe managers of the 14th annual fair of the American Institute of the City of New-York, to the friends of home industry in the United States. By a special vote of the institute, it is made our duty to invite the friends of home industry to meet in convention in the city of New-York, some time during the approaching fair. The 5th day of the fair, Friday, Oct. 15 ... has been selected as a convenient and suitable time for the meeting of this convention.942ocn733090487com18240.90Albany (N.Y.)The proceedings of a meeting of the citizens of Albany, held at the Capitol, on the evening of the 28th September, 1824Conference proceedings81ocn058657378book18530.97Andrews, George BenjaminA sermon, occasioned by the death of the Hon. James Tallmadge : delivered in Zion Church, Franklindale, Dutchess County, on Sunday morning, Oct. 9, 1853BiographySermons21ocn041760332book19630.47Mercer, Duane DiamondThe Tallmadge amendment and Missouri controversy: a problem in motivationHistory21ocn070246614book19220.10Mrs. James Mc Laren Breed Dwight : Cora Charlesina Tallmadge11ocn084937523book1817To the electors of the fourth congressional district. : Two candidates nominated by the Republicans, are offered for Congress--It is important that we make a wise selection between them.11ocn506123980mix1.00Johnson, William SamuelWilliam Samuel Johnson papersPapers dealing with Johnson's public life in New York City and in the New York State Senate. While Assistant Alderman, Johnson received numerous letters of application from citizens seeking patronage for a variety of municipal offices, ranging from requests to be a night watchman to a position as a municipal court justice. Also, letters, reports, and other documents relating to various municipal services such as health, welfare, fire fighting, street maintenance, water, sewers, railroads, ferries, and stage coaches. Some letters and documents concern Whig Party politics in the 3rd Ward. Johnson's correspondence as a New York Society Library Trustee refers to the proposed merger with the New York Athenaeum. Also, twelve items relating to his term in the State Senate, covering taxation and control of foreign laborers11ocn793288200book1827Lambert, Samuel FIn the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors : Samuel F. Lambert, plaintiff in error, vs. The People of the State of New York, defendants in errorTrials, litigation, etc11ocn067399442art1999Tallmadge, JamesBiography11ocn030820638mixTallmadge-Norwood-Wilkins collectionHistoryBiographyPortraitsPictorial worksThe Wilkins papers include letters from Douglas Southall Freeman, family members, and others, newspaper clippings of the Webb House, Litchfield, Conn., 1959, concerning John AndreĢ, postcards of Litchfield, and poems11ocn122525371book19170.10Tallmadge Family: ancestral history11ocn056916793mixClay, HenryLetter, 1827 March 22, Washington, [D.C.], to James Tallmadge, Poughkeepsie, N.YRecords and correspondenceMentions forthcoming publication of "foreign correspondence" and comments on demands his office makes upon his time and health11ocn058779935book1847New-York daily tribune, vol. vii, no. 11 : Thursday morning, April 22, 1847History11ocn058662604map1833[Map of the area later bounded by 18th Street, 3rd Avenue, Bleecker Street and 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York (N.Y.)]Maps11ocn166866020art18930.10Tallmadge, James : statesmanBiography11ocn078244232map1833Map shewing the lands required for opening & widening Wooster Street from Waverly Place to Union PlaceMaps01ocn309770620mixJohnson, William SamuelPapers dealing with Johnson's public life in New York City and in the New York State Senate. While Assistant Alderman, Johnson received numerous letters of application from citizens seeking patronage for a variety of municipal offices, ranging from requests to be a night watchman to a position as a municipal court justice. Also, letters, reports, and other documents relating to various municipal services such as health, welfare, fire fighting, street maintenance, water, sewers, railroads, ferries, and stage coaches. Some letters and documents concern Whig Party politics in the 3rd Ward. Johnson's correspondence as a New York Society Library Trustee refers to the proposed merger with the New York Athenaeum. Also, twelve items relating to his term in the State Senate, covering taxation and control of foreign laborers01ocn086164789mix1982Still, BayrdA university for its time -- the formative years : 1830-1870HistoryThe first lecture centers upon the founding of New York University in 1831 and the first forty years of the school's existence. Particular emphasis is on the original founders such as Albert Gallatin, John Delafield, Myndert Van Schaick, and James M. Mathews; early members of the University Council such as Charles Butler, John Taylor Johnston, and James Tallmadge; and early faculty and administrators such as Samuel F.B. Morse, John W. Draper, Issac Ferris01ocn122574620mixMartin, William RHistorical collectionHistoryFri Mar 21 15:08:51 EDT 2014batch22397