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Minutes of the court of Albany, Rensselaerswyck, and Schenectady, 1668- 1685

translated and edited by A. J. F. Van Laer
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English
Albany, New York : University of the State of New York, 1926-1932
3 v.

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"The last volume of minutes of the court of fort Orange and the village of Beverwyck ended with December 30, 1660. The present ... [record] begins with September 3/13, 1668. The records of the court for the intervening period, during which the province of New Netherland passed from Dutch to English control and Beverwyck became Albany, are missing."--Pref. For minutes of the earlier court cf. Beverwyck, N.Y. Kleine banck van justitie, fort Orange. Includes index.

Imprints vary.

Photocopy of original: v. 3.

Contents: v. 1. 1668-1673. -- v. 2. 1675-1680. -- v. 3. 1680-1685.

Volume 1 "being a continuation of the Minutes of the court of Fort Orange and Beverwyck".

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