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The History of the Province of New-York, Volume 2: A Continuation, 1732–1762

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ISBN 9780674599895

Publication Date: 01/01/1972

331 pages

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Belknap Press

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  • I. The Administration of Governor Cosby, 1732–1736
  • II. The Administration of Lieutenant-Governor Clarke, 1736–1743
  • III. The Administration of Governor Clinton, 1743–1747
  • IV. The Administration of Governor Clinton, 1747–1748
  • V. The Administration of Governor Clinton, 1748–1753
  • VI. The Administration of Sir Danvers Osborn, 1753
  • VII. The Administration of Lieutenant-Governor Delancey, 1753–1754
  • VIII. The Administration of Lieutenant-Governor Delancey, 1754–1755
  • IX. The Administration of Governor Hardy, 1755–1757
  • X. The Administration of Lieutenant-Governor Delancey, 1757–1760
  • XI. The Administrations of Lieutenant-Governor Colden and Governor Monckton, 1760–1762
  • Editor’s Appendixes
    • A. The Governors of Colonial New York, 1624–1762
    • Β. A Biographical Directory to William Smith’s New York
  • Notes
  • Index

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