[Constitutions and by-laws of various institutions, mainly in New York, and other pamphlets]. [1812]-1831.

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Van Rensselaer, Jeremiah, 1793-1871. [Constitutions and by-laws of various institutions, mainly in New York, and other pamphlets].

[Constitutions and by-laws of various institutions, mainly in New York, and other pamphlets]. [1812]-1831.

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