Legal papers, 1676-1903.


Legal papers, 1676-1903.

Acts, affidavits, bonds, briefs, certificates of election, daybooks, deeds, dockets, ledgers, legislation, mortgages, notes, petitions, prenuptial agreement, returns of searches for unsatisfied judgments, surveys, warrants, wills, and other papers, of Dutchess County, N.Y., Court of Common Pleas; New Brunswick, N.J.; New Jersey Commission for Drainage of the Great Meadows on the Pequest River in Warren County; New Jersey Constitutional Convention (1844); New Jersey General Assembly; New York Legislature; Joseph Blackwood, of Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.; Edward and Isaac Bonsall, notaries, of Philadelphia, Pa.; James Codwise, of New York, N.Y.; Jonathan Jarvis, of Huntington, Long Island, N.Y.; John Ritchie; Richard Runyon; Joseph G. Scott, of Middlesex County, N.J.; Jonathan Dickinson Sergeant; J.L. and S. Shreve; Job Stockton, of Somerset County, N.J.; John C. Van Dyke; George A. Viehmann, of New Brunswick, N.J.; and Garret G. Voorhees, commissioner of debts and sheriff, of Middlesex County, N.J. Other persons represented included William Jarvis, William Pennington, William Skinner, Charles C. Stratton, Edward Vaughan, P.D. Vroom, and George Willocks.

118 items, 5 v., 4 folders, and 1 microfilm reel.


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