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Early records of the city and county of Albany and colony of Resselaerswyck

translated from the original Dutch by Jonathan Pearson ; revised and edited by A.J.F. Van Laer
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Albany, New York : University of the State of New York, 1869-1919
4 v.

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Vol. 1 published also in Collections on the history of Albany, edited by J. Musnell, v. 3-4 1879-1871.

Vol. 1 reprint of original published: New York : J. Munsell, 1869.

Contents: v. 1. Deeds, 1656-1675, 1679 -- v. 2. Deeds 3 and 4, 1678-1704 -- v. 3. Notarial papers 1 and 2, 1660-1696 -- v. 4. Mortgages 1, 1658, and wills 1-2, 1681-1765.

v. 1-14; 1869-1919.

v. 1. [Deeds] 1656-1675 [i.e. 1679] -- v. 2. Deeds. 1678-1704 -- v. 3. Notarial papers 1 and 2. 1660-1696 -- v. 4. Mortgages I, 1658-1660, and wills 1-2, 1681-1765.

At head of title of v. 2- The University of the state of New York. New York state library. History bulletin 9- Vols. 2- revised and edited by A. J. F. Van Laer.

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