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3 edition of Extract of an act of the General-Assembly of the colony of New-York. Published the 22nd of March, 1760. Entitled, an act for levying, paying and cloathing, two thousand six hundred and eighty effective men, officers included, for forming an army of twenty thousand men, with the forces of the neighbouring colonies, to reduce, in conjunction with His Majesty"s regular troops, Montreal, and other posts belonging to the French in Canada; for emitting bills of credit for the sum of sixty thousand pounds, and for sinking and cancelling the said bills in short periods. found in the catalog.

Extract of an act of the General-Assembly of the colony of New-York. Published the 22nd of March, 1760. Entitled, an act for levying, paying and cloathing, two thousand six hundred and eighty effective men, officers included, for forming an army of twenty thousand men, with the forces of the neighbouring colonies, to reduce, in conjunction with His Majesty"s regular troops, Montreal, and other posts belonging to the French in Canada; for emitting bills of credit for the sum of sixty thousand pounds, and for sinking and cancelling the said bills in short periods.

New York (State)

Extract of an act of the General-Assembly of the colony of New-York. Published the 22nd of March, 1760. Entitled, an act for levying, paying and cloathing, two thousand six hundred and eighty effective men, officers included, for forming an army of twenty thousand men, with the forces of the neighbouring colonies, to reduce, in conjunction with His Majesty"s regular troops, Montreal, and other posts belonging to the French in Canada; for emitting bills of credit for the sum of sixty thousand pounds, and for sinking and cancelling the said bills in short periods.

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Published by Printed and sold by W. Weyman, in Broad-Street. in New-York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Draft -- New York (State),
  • Paper money -- New York (State),
  • New York (State) -- History -- French and Indian War, 1755-1763.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAct for levying, paying, and cloathing, two thousand six hundred and eighty effective men., Extract of an act of the General-Assembly of the colony of New-York.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 41160.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14571535M


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Extract of an act of the General-Assembly of the colony of New-York. Published the 22nd of March, 1760. Entitled, an act for levying, paying and cloathing, two thousand six hundred and eighty effective men, officers included, for forming an army of twenty thousand men, with the forces of the neighbouring colonies, to reduce, in conjunction with His Majesty"s regular troops, Montreal, and other posts belonging to the French in Canada; for emitting bills of credit for the sum of sixty thousand pounds, and for sinking and cancelling the said bills in short periods by New York (State) Download PDF EPUB FB2