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New York notes / (David Fedele, flute ; Todd Palmer, clarinet ; Rolf Schulte, violin ; Fred Sherry, cello ; Daniel Kennedy, timpani, glockenspiel ; Jeffrey Milarsky, vibraphone, marimba ; James Winn, piano)(25:04) --  2002 1
New York notes : a journal of jazz, 1972-1975 / Whitney Balliett.  1977 1
New-York, Nov. 24, 1783. The committee appointed to conduct the order of receiving their excellencies Governor Clinton and General Washington, beg leave to inform their fellow-citizens, that the troops, under the command of Major-General Knox, will t / [electronic resource] :  1783 1
New York novels / Edith Wharton ; foreword by Louis Auchincloss.  1998 1
New-York, November 5, 1773. To the friends of liberty and commerce. Gentlemen, It must be strongly marked on your minds, that the end of the last non-importation agreement, was to obtain a repeal of the tyrannical act of Parliament, that imposed a du / [electronic resource] :  1773 1
New-York, November 10th, 1792. Please to give the following extracts from the Journal of the Senate of the state of New-York a place in your paper, agreeably to the order of the Senate of the 17th instant thereto annexed. ... / [electronic resource] :  1792 1
New-York, November 12, 1753. By a company of comedians, at the New-Theatre, in Nassau-Street, this evening, being the 12th of November, will be presented, (by particular desire) an historical play call'd, King Richard III. ... To which will be added, / [electronic resource] :  1753 1
New-York, November 13, 1774. The mechanicks of this city, are earnestly requested to meet at five o'clock in the afternoon, of Monday next, at the house of Mr. Bardin, in the Fields. ... / [electronic resource] :  1774 1
New York November 13th 1775 Yesterday Arrived an Express from Our Army in Canada / [electronic resource]    1
New-York, November 13th, 1775. Yesterday arrived an express from our army in Canada, by whom we have the following important intelligence. / [electronic resource] :  1775 1
New York November 13th 1775 Yesterday Arrived an Express from Our Army in Canada (Online)     1
New-York, November 18, 1774. The mechanicks of this city, are earnestly requested to meet at five o'clock in the afternoon ... / [electronic resource]  1774 1
New-York, November 25, 1778. At a late meeting of the merchants of this city, it was represented that the inhabitants were particularly desirous of expressing the high sense they entertained of the merit of His Majesty's Commissioners ... / [electronic resource] :  1778 1
New-York, November 26. Last Sunday night arrived ... The definitive treaty, between Great-Britain and the United States of America, signed at Paris the 3d day of September, 1783.   2
New-York, November 26. Last Sunday night arrived the Lord Hyde packet, in 47 days from Falmouth. From the English papers brought we have extracted the following important advices: London, September 30. The definitive treaty, between Great-Britain and / [electronic resource] :  1783 1
New York now / Manhattan Brass.  2010 1
New York nowhere : meditations and celebrations, Neurology Ward, The New York Hospital   2
The New York observer / [electronic resource] .  1987- 1
New York observer and religious chronicle (New York, N.Y. : 1827-1851)   1841 1
New York observer (New York, N.Y. : 1987)   1987- 1
NEW YORK OBSERVER, THE   1987- 1
New-York, October 1, 1774. To the publick. We the subscribers having been appointed as a committee, by a considerable number of the inhabitants of this city, met, in consequence of a public advertisement for that purpose, at the house of Edward Bardi / [electronic resource] :  1774 1
New-York, October 2, 1797. New Theatre, Greenwhich-Street. ... On Wednesday evening, the 4th of October, will be presented, (for the last time) a celebrated comedy, called, The way to get married. ... to which will be added (by particular desire, and / [electronic resource] :  1797 1
New-York, October 8, 1759. Advertisement. Just published, and to be sold by H. Gaine, printer and bookseller, at his printing-office at the Bible and Crown, in Hanover-Square, in New-York, by wholesale and retail; Hutchin's improved; being an / [electronic resource] :  1759 1
New-York, October 10. 1730 advertisement, on the second day of November next, there is to be sold at publick vendue, to the highest bidder, the plantation now in the tenor and occupation of Myndert Lefever ... / [electronic resource] :  1730 1
New-York, October 18, 1776. To the public. Considerations on the present revolted state of America, addressed to its inhabitants at large. / [electronic resource] :  1776 1
New-York, October 18, 1784. The speech of His Excellency the governor, delivered this morning to the Legislature, in the City-Hall ... / [electronic resource]  1784 1
New-York, October 30, 1776. To the King's Most Excellent Majesty. The humble address of the high sheriff, gentlemen, clergy, and freeholders of the County of Devonshire, England. / [electronic resource] :  1776 1
The New York of the novelists / by Arthur Bartlett Maurice.  1916 1
New York : old and new : its story, streets, and landmarks / by Rufus Rockwell Wilson.  1902 1
New York on the rise : architectural renderings by Hughson Hawley, 1880-1931.   1998 1
The New York, Ontario, and Western Railway / Joe Bux, with the Ontario and Western Railway Historical Society.  2009 1
New York -- opening Post Office on Sunday. Memorial of Truman Hastings and others, praying a repeal of that part of the Post Office law which requires postmasters to labor on Sunday. December 20, 1838. Referred to the Committee on Post Offices and Po / [electronic resource]  1838 1
New York Opera / 502 --43  1993 1
New York : Order And Disorder - 1825-1865 - Ep 2 Of 5 / Director: Burns, Ric.  2011 1
The charter school landscape / Sandra Vergari.  2002 1
New-York packet (1785)   1787 1
New York packet, and the American advertiser.   1778 1
New York painting, 1967-1975.   2006 1
New York painting and sculpture: 1940-1970.   2
Echoes of violence : letters from a war reporter / Carolin Emcke.  2007 1
New York panorama; a comprehensive view of the metropolis / presented in a series of articles prepared by the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration in New York City.  1972 1
New York-Paris Whitman, Baudelaire, and the hybrid city   3
New York -- park meeting. Resolutions adopted at a meeting of citizens of the City of New York, in relation to the removal of the public deposites from the Bank of the United States, and in favor of a national currency. February 17, 1834. Referred to / [electronic resource]  1834 1
New York, Pennsylvania, Gettysburg, Chickamauga and Moundsville, Alabama state parks / [presented by United States Department of the Interior].  1947 1
New York. Petition from certain hardware merchants of the City of New York. February 11, 1833. Read, and laid upon the table. / [electronic resource]  1833 1
New York. Petition of citizens of Brooklyn, New York, asking relief from the embarrassments in the trade and currency of the country, and attributing those embarrassments to the removal of the deposites from the Bank of the United States. March 24, 1 / [electronic resource]  1834 1
New York. Petition of inhabitants of Red Hook, in the County of Dutchess, and State of New York, against a further increase of duties on imported manufactures, &c. March 31, 1828. Referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the / [electronic resource]  1828 1
New York. Petition of inhabitants of Stockport, against connexion with banks, &c. April 9, 1838. Laid on the table. / [electronic resource]  1838 1
New York. Petition of inhabitants of Warren County, against the Bank of the United States. May 12, 1834. Read, and laid upon the table. / [electronic resource]  1834 1
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