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|Named Person:||Jacob Leisler|
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Gentleman of the city of New York.
|Notes:||The letter, dated: New-York, December 31, 1697, relates to the administration of Gov. Jacob Leisler.
"The King's Letter", dated: 30th Day of July, 1689, and addressed to Lieutenant Governor Nichollson, p. 17-18; "The Resolves of the House of Representatives ... April 17, 1691, P.M.", p. 19-21; "An Address to his Excellency Collonel Slaughter", signed and dated: By Order of the House of Representatives, Ja. Graham, Speaker, April 17, 1691", p. 22-23; "At the Court at White-hall the 17th of March, 1691: present the Queens Most Excellent Majesty in Council" [An order returning the estates of Jacob Leysler and Jacob Milbourn, deceased, to their families], p. 23-24.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
|Series Title:||Early English books, 1641-1700, 744:29.|