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Smith, William
Smith, William ((chief justice))
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Alexander, William (1726-1783)
American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Eidous, Marc-Antoine (1724-1790))
Kammen, Michael (1936-....))
Kammen, Michael (1936-)
Kammen, Michael G. (1936-)
Livingston, William (1723-1790))
New Jersey. Court of Chancery
Sabine, William Henry Waldo (1903-)
Scott, John Morin (1730-1784))
Upton, Leslie Francis Stokes
answer to a bill in the Chancery of New-Jersey, at the suit of John Earl of Stair, and others, commonly called Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New-Jersey, against Benjamin Bond, and others claiming under the original proprietors and associates of Elizabeth-Town, An : to which is added, nothing either of the publications of the Council of Proprietors of East New-Jersey, or of the pretences of the rioters, and their seducers, except so far as the persons meant by rioters, pretend title against the parties to the above answer, but a great deal of the controversy, though much less of the history and Constitution of New-Jersey, than the said bill.
diary and selected papers, 1784-1793., The
Histoire de la Nouvelle-York depuis la découverte de cette province jusqu'a notre siécle, ... Par William Smith. Traduite de l'Anglois par M.E***.
Historical Atlas of ancient geography
Historical memoirs from 16 March 1763 to 25 July 1778 of William Smith
History of New-York from the first discovery to the year MDCCXXXII to which is annexed, a description of the country, with a short account of the inhabitants, their religious and political state, and the constitution of the courts of justice in that colony
History of the late province of new-york from its discovery, to the appointment of governor colden in 1762
Information to emigrants being the copy of a letter from a gentleman in North-America: containing ... the terms on which settlers may procure lands in North-America, ... To which is added, observations on the causes of emigration.
Laws, etc.
Laws of New-York, from the year 1691 to 1751, inclusive : published according to an act of the General Assembly.
review of the military operations in North-America from the commencement of the French hostilities on the frontiers of Virginia, in 1753, to the surrender of Oswego, on the 14th of August, 1756. Interspersed with various observations, characters, and anecdotes; necessary to give light into the conduct of American transactions in general; and more especially into the political management of affairs in New-York. In a letter to a nobleman., A