New York (State). : An expose of the trial, September 12, 1861, in the Superior Court of Buffalo, in the (defeated) suit by Sherman & Barnes, (merchants,) plaintiffs against LeGrand Marvin, (lawyer) defendant.
New York (State). : The people of the state of New York, plaintiff-respondent, vs. the F.H. Smith Company, the Fairfax Apartment Corporation of Buffalo, N.Y., Henry Cabell Maddux, as president, L.R. Hawkins, as vice-president and Theophilus Barrow, as secretary and treasurer of the Fairfax Apartment Corporation of Buffalo, N.Y., defendants-appellants [electronic resource] : record on appeal.
New York (State). : In the appellate division of the Supreme Court of the state of New York, Third Judicial Department, Supreme Court, the county of Ulster, appellant, vs. the State of New York, respondent [electronic resource] : respondent's supplemental points.
New York (State). : Mars Realty Corporation and Appia Holding Corporation, plaintiffs, against James J. Sexton, Earl H. Miller, Bernard M. Patten, Thomas Kenny, John R. Crews, Hyman Turchin and George Henry Payne, as commissioners of taxes of the city of New York and constituting the Board of Taxes and Assessments of the city of New York, defendants, and Darwin R. James, Oliver Cabana, Jr., John Halkett, Louis H. Pink and Aaron Rabinowitz, constituting the Board of Housing of the state of New York, intervening defendants, before Mr. Justice John E. McGeehan, county clerk's index no. 5221/1931 [electronic resource] : brief for the attorney-general appearing pursuant to Executive Law, 測 in support of the constitutionality of the state housing law.
New York (State) : Strong-Bennett libel suit : Senator Demas Strong, vs. Geo. C. Bennett, Proprietor, Brooklyn Daily Times : damages claimed, $10,000, as found by the jury, six cents : Supreme Court, Kings County, June term, 1866 / before Hon. J. F. Barnard ; verbatim report of the trial.
New York (State). : Joseph Michaels, Morley A. Stern et al., plaintiffs, against Sidney Hillman, individually and as President of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, et al., defendants [electronic resource] : memorandum of law.
New York (State). : Decision of the Court of Chancery of the state of New Jersey, in a cause between Thomas L. Shotwell, complainant and Joseph Hendrickson and Stacy Decow, defendants : also, the opinion of the Supreme Court of the state of New York in a cause in which James Field was plaintiff and Charles Field, defendant.
New York (State) : The Littlejohn libel suit : the case of De Witt C. Littlejohn against Horace Greeley : tried at the Oswego term of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, at Pulaski, Sept. 10-13, 1861 / before his honor, William J. Bacon ; containg the rulings of Judge Bacon, the arguments, and points of Messrs. D. H. Marsh, I. T. Williams, John K. Porter, Chas. B. Sedgwick, and Henry A. Foster ; phonographically reported by James L. Crosby.
New York (State) : Brief statement of the pleadings and argument in the case of J. Fenimore Cooper, versus Horace Greeley and Thomas McElrath, in an action for libel, tried at the Saratoga circuit of the Supreme Court of the state of New-York : Ballston, December 9, 1842 : together with running commentaries on the law of libel as applied by the Supreme Court of the state of New-York and by His Honor Judge Willard at this circuit.
New York (State). : The president, managers and Company of the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company against the Pennsylvania Coal Company [electronic resource] : plaintiffs' and defendant's case and exceptions on appeal to general term.
New York (State) : Argument of Henry L. Clinton, Esq., on behalf of the contestants, in the Nancy Smith will case : before the surrogate of the county of Suffolk, state of New York.
New York (State) : In the matter of the petition of Charles Sanderson, a legatee of John Sanderson, deceased, that Christopher C. Cook, executor, be required to render an account of his proceedings as executor of said deceased.
New York (State). : Gentlemen, By an act of the Legislature, entitled "An act in addition to an act, entitled "An act for the further direction of the commissioners of the land-office, and for other purposes therein mentioned," passed the 28th March, 1797, it is enacted, "That it shall be the duty of the supervisor of each town ... to cause an accurate map to be made of the town ... [electronic resource]