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  • UBRARY OF CONGRESS

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    iviumSINK valley

    HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

    Collections

    PORT JERVrS, N. Y.

    FEBRUARY 1895,

  • M^H^:

    GAZETTE JOB PRINT,Port Jervis, N. Y.

    1895.

    M,Y. Slave Library.

    JeirOT

  • COLLECTIONS

    OF

    Minisink Valley

    Historical Society.

    DEEDS 30. I.DAVID BEECHER to W. W. RODNER and X. SMITH,^[ATTHIAS KEEN to TIIEO. XORTON. 2P]ENJA:\1IN ransom to MATTHIAS KEEN.PEREGRINE JONES to DAVID VAN GORDON.WM. J. MYERS t(; J. B. ROCKWELL.DAVID LEE to NATHAN SMif hV '

    jjEEDSu jy:o, II,1. CORNELIUS BRINK to ANTHONY WESTBROOK,

    May lotli, 1732.

    2. CORNELIUS BRINK to ANTHONY WESTBR(X)K,May 31st, 1750.

    3. CORNELIUS BRINK t

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    j)ei:j)S no. III.'. JOHN and SARAH C()[>F.MAXto JOSHUA COLE-

    ]\IAX, I So I.

    2. JOSHUA COLEMAN to JOSHUA V. COLEMAN, 1837.-5. PETER VAX (iORI)ER K. JOSHUA Y. COLEMAN,

    ..... BAPTIST CHURCH OF GREENVILLE to JOSHUAV. COLEiMAN, 1827.

    S- SARAH STEVENSOX and JOSEPH KIRKBRIDE toHOLOKE DECKER, with (Tcnealogical Sketch ofDecker Familv, \-]2(^.'3itryik:d.^ L% , /^MA-^^n-^

    .-".. JOSEPH KETCH AM OF DEERPARK to ABNERCORWIN OF WALLKILL. 1738.

    DEEDS JSO. IV.r. JOSEPHUS WESTBROOK, CHDEON COLE, SIMEON

    COLE and WILLIAM COLE to WILHELMUSAVESTBROOK, Tunc 24th, 1793.

    c JAN CORTRIGHT to JOHANNES WESTFALL,June 9th, 1739,

    3. THOMAS OUICK to CORNELIUS BRIXK, March i:%t,

    4. CORXELIUS HORNBECK, of Rochester. Ulster Co..to LODEWICK HORNBECK. conveying- part of alead mine. 1730-

    Donated by Hon. C. V. R. Lndington.

    DEEDS NO. V.! STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA by GOV. MIFFLIN to

    CONRAD HANSonCONASHAUGH, Dec. 5th, 1793.2. CONRAD HANS to BENJAMIN and JOHN DRAKi^.,

    June 15 til, 1S16.

  • JIISTORICAL SOl/ETY. 5

    j)Bi:ds \(). VI.1. jAMi-:s iioRTox to Roirr. waiUtH.2. sti-:phi-:x st. joiix for school iiousk\ fJ3^r>^,^^Zc:^ ^;,. LI-:VI VAX ICTTEX f.u- SCHOOL \\()V

  • ).U/N/S/XK F.l LLFA'

    4. HEXJ. and WAI. CU DDICHACK to P.EXJ. DEPUY,i-eb. 6, i76

  • JI/SJOR/C.U. soc//:/)'. 7

    jAcon DicwiTT (;rMAi:R i.. I!i:xjamix I)i:i'L'v,both (if ManuiL'ditini;-, liil\- 26II1, 1796.

    noxDs 01- i:LiAS(;rMAi-:Raiui of jacoi; dicwitt(t1^mai:r. ii..ih i.f Miuiiacottin-. to pi':'ri-:R (iU--MAl-n\.. of sanu' i^lacc, Ma\- 24II1. 1771.

    5-

    DEEDS yo A.CORXELIUS SWAR'lAV* )UT, Ycoinan of Mamakaling,

    to EZEKIEL (JUMAER, Veonnin of Maniakatino-,Jan. 31 St, 1795.

    CORNELIUS S\VAR'1AV()U1\ Woman of Mamakatin.i^to ]':Z1':KII':L (iUAIAlCR. of Maniakatiny, Veonum,Mav ist, I 794.

    JACOHUS SWARTWor'i'.of Maniacottm-. IMaeksmitlitoCORXELU'S SWARTWOUT. of Mainacottin--,Vcoman, Jan. 1 7tli, 1791.

    l':ZEKIEL GUMAI'LR of Dccrpark, to PE TER !:. (xU-MAER, of Deerpark, April 2 7tli, iSoi.

    ABRAHAM CUI)I)1

  • 8 MlXJS/yK r.ALLEY

    2. BEXJ. r'?:PUV to ^lARTIX DEPUV, Jan. 251!:. 1805.

    3. BEXJ. DEPUY to PETER E.GUMAER. May 3rcl, 1805-

    4. JOHX VAN ETTEX to I'ETER E (^TMAER, Sept.29th, iSoS.

    5. JACOB I). ROSE to PETER E. (tUMAER, Feb. ijtb,.1807.

    6. MARTIX DEPUV to PETER E. (xUMAER. Jan 24th,1S09.

    7. JOHX VAX ETTEX to PETER E. OUMAER, Xov.28th. 1S09.

    S. PETER GUMAER to PETER E. (iUMAER, Xov. 15th,1810.

    9. CORXELIUSVAXIXWEGEXto PETER E. (iUMAERFeb. 22nd, 1S15.

    10. GRAUDUS (xU.MAER to PETER E. GUMAER, Feb.20th, 1816.

    11. PETER P. (tUMAER to PETER E. GUMAER, Feb.20th, 1816.

    12. ESTHER HORXBEEK to PETER E. GUMAER. Apni15th, 1829.

    13. SARAH GUMAER, Adin. of Jacob (nimaer, deceased, toPETER E. GUMAER, Sept. 30th, 1S2S.

    14. JOHX DEPUY to PETER E. (xUMAER^Feb. 2i.st,i8i5.15. LAWREXCE I. VAX KLEEK, WM. CUDDEBACK, Jr.

    AXD OTHERS to PETER E. (tUMAER. PartitionDeed. April ist, 1838.

    16. CAPT. ^\. VAX IXWECiEX to PETER E. (tUMAER,June 1 8th, 1836,

    17. JACOB CUDDEBACK to PETER E. GU.NIAER, Dec.7th, 1829.

  • HISTOFICAL SOCIF/rV. 9

    MISCBLLASEOVH PAPEUS,NO. 1.

    LIBRARY SCRIPT OF I>. E. (;UMA1:R.

    ixdp:xture of afprfxticp:siiii> of jamessquirrel, 1805.

    sale of xegro1':s, 1791.DESCRIPTION of TOWN OF DEERPARK, sent to

    Surveycr General, 182S.

    LETTER OF E. NIXON.

    LETTER OF LOTAN SMITH.PETITION FOR MT. HOPE AND NARROWSBURGH

    TURNPIKE.

    RELEASE OR DEED OF PARTITION OF LANDS,of John, Solomon and Benjamin Carpenter.

    DRAFT FOR RELEASE, between Lawrence T. VanKleeck, Peter E. (nimaer and others and Stoddard.

    MAP OF TRACT OF LAND OF DAXIEL GUN-SAULUS.

    NO. II.

    DIVISIOX OF LAXDS.

    SCHOOL LAWS OF 1S51.ELIHU ALLYX'S BOXD.

    SALE OF LAX I) BY WM. CUDDEBACK to SELAHGORDON.

    MAPS OF GERMANTOWX.John Caskey, Martin Caskey, Richard Decker and Sam-

    uel D. Caskey, Deed.

  • lo M/X/S/XK I'ALLKY

    DEP:D of JOHN AND RICHARD PEXX to THOMASTRAVIS, 1802. Loaned to Socii-ty by Mrs. Robert Taylor.

    LETTERS OF ACCEPTANCE.Hon. Wm. Bross. R. M. Stocker, Ed^'-ar ?3roacllieacl, H.

    jNI. Brace, M.D.. Hcjn. AI. Schoonmaker, Rev. A. S,Gardner, Rev. R. Randall Hoes. Miss M. AI. Lawr-ence, C. O. ICllidtt, T. (7. Bunnell, Rev. A. A. Haines,Hon.L. W.Broadhead, Hon.C. H.Winfield, J.R.Oibsor.,Jr., J. D. Biddis, Dr. P. F. Fulmer. Wm. Evans. Rev.Dr. O. Talmaoe. V. M. Drake.

    MILlTxVRV PAPERS.NO. I. 1796 to 1835.

    NO. II.

    LETTER OF CAPT. ABM. CCDDEBACK to (iEN.HAND, Jan. 28th, 1779. Donated b)- W. R. Benjamin.

    JOHN VAN CAMPEN to JOSEPH REED. Prest. Ex.Council,April 24111.1780, relating to Indian Invasion.

    COMMISSION OF CAPT. A.T.J( )HNSON,signed by Gov.W.L.Marcy.Jiil}' i^tli, 1836. Donated !:>> Mr.Johnson.

    GENEALOGICAL.NO. I.

    1. ANCESTRY OF JOSEPH VAN CLEFT, of New-burgh. Fi'oni Mr. \'an Cleft,

    2. ANCESTRY OF S. D. HAVILAND. ..f Weslbvoolcville. From Mr. Haviland.

    3. HIRAM C. CLARK'S ANCESTRY, Newton. X.From Judge Clark.

    4. CHARLES F. ROCKWELL, of lionesdale. Pa.Fr()m Mr. Rockwell.

    5. C. M. VAIL, of New York. From Mr. Vail.

    6. REY. J. L. STILLWELL. From Mr. Stillwell.

  • HISTORICAL SOCIF/jy. ji

    NO. II.

    r. EASTON I'AMILV. Im-ohi J as. ]':a,ston.2. XEWMAN I'AMILV. Fion^ Ja.

  • 12 M/A-JSINK VALLEY

    ACT FOR ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OFTAXES, passed April 5th, 181 3.

    DIVERS PAPERS.RECEIPTS FROM CHURCHES EOR MONEY LEFT

    BY WILL OF THOMAS WHITE. Donated by Capt.Lewis vS. Wisner.

    RECEIPT' OF PINCHOT.

    BILL OF JAS. BARTON FOR SURVEYINfi.NOTE OF ARCHA McDANIEL.DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT OF LEWIS COR-

    NELIUS OF MILFORD, PA., by Jas. Eaton. 6j[s^2\h^.PAPERS RELATING TO THE OLD DAM.PAPERS RELATING TO POOR MATTERS.MARTIN L. CORWIN PAPERS, of Mt. Hope. Deed

    Will, Etc.

    EARLY SETTLERS OF NEVERSINK VALLEY, byPeter E. Gumaer. Donated by Peter L. (rumaer.

    HISTORY OF VALLEY by Peter E. Gumaer. Donatedby Peter L. Gumaer.

    HISTORY OF RELIGIOUS SERVICES IN VALLEY.Read by Mr. Gumaer at ringing of bell, in Cudde-backville Church. Doiiated by P. L. (nimaer.

    ADDRESSES'AT BI-CENTENNIAL.REV. G. TALMAGE, D.D , REV. S. W. MILLS, HON.

    HIRAM C. CLARK, REV. A. A. HAINES, J. H.VAN ETTEN, C E. CUDDEBACK.

    MAPS.OF TOWN OF LUMBERLAND, by C. S. Woodward.MAP OF LOTS II, 12 AND 13 OF ist DIA'ISION OF

    MINISINK PATENT.

  • IflSTOR/CAL SOLfK'J'Y. 13

    MAP OP P:XPEXSE lot no. 2, IX iMINLSIXK I'AT-]^vX'l\ by Phineas TcTy. Surveyor, and C. S. Wooa-wartl.

    MAPO]' TWO LOTS OF LAXI) LX MIXISIXK..\.\ in

    1st Division, and 39 in '/tli Division of MinisinkI'atent, iS[3. Pro])crty of T. H. P>rantin

  • 14

    MINISINK I AILEY

    PAPERS RELATING TO BRIDGES ACROSS NEV--ERSIXK RIVER, at Carpenter's I*oint and FortDewitt.

    PAPERS RELATING TO DIVISION OF TOWNS OFDEERPARK, MINISINK and WALLKILL.

    ASSESSMENT ROLLS.TOWN OF MAMAKATING, 1792.TOWN OF DEERPARK, 1809 to 1S25.

    PAPERS ri. HESSIANS IN REVOLUTION.

    All of above l)y Rev. A. A. Haines.

    ^^EARLY VISITORS TO MINISINK COUNTRY, by

    Miss Lawrence.

    S\ REMINISCENCES OF PORT JERVIS, by Dr. JohnConkling-.

    6 MONTAGUE TOWNSHIP, by Hon. Martin Cole.

    INTERVIEWS AND REMINISCENCES.

    1. SOLOMON J. WESTBROOK.2. JOHN VAN ETTEN.3. COL. PETER CUDDEBACK.

    4. JOB MAPES.

    ^. SILAS T. L. NORRIS.

  • IIISIOR/CAI. SOCIF/JY. 15

    ^URVKYS AND MAPS OF LANDS liYVBTiyit JJ. OU31A Eli.Donated by P. L. (iuinaer.

    PACKAGE A... SURVJ':V ()! LAXI) OF lUCXJ. C'L' 1 )1 )KBACK,

    THOS. VAN FLIKT. and JOIIX \'AX IN-WF(tF:N. April IS;,;.

    .:. BENJ. CUI)DE15ACK, eV- CO.. March 1.S45.

    3. iMOSES VAX IX\VE(;i-:X and CIIARAC A. VANINWEGEN, T^Iarch 1849.

    4. PETER (i. CU DDE BACK, Wn.Il ICLMUS WICST-

    BROOK and (iRAUDUS SWAR'IAVOUT, April1849.

    r. MOSES VAX IXWEGEX and HARMAXUS VANINWEGEN, April i6tli, 1840.

    6- MOSES VAX IX\VE(iEX and ALBERT D.SOUTHARD, Marcli 1848.

    7. WILLIAM OTIS and JOHX WH ITLOCK, Xov 1848.X. COL. P. CUDDEBACK, S. CUI)D1-:BACK and P.

    G, CUDDEBACK, March 1849.

    9. :\lOSES VAX 1X\VE(;EX'S farm, .March 1S4S.10. JOHX S. VAX IEW1":GEX, Sept. .840.11. SOLOMOX VAX ETTEX and PICTI^R (i. CUD-

    DEBACK, June 1849.

    12. JOHN WHITLOCK'S EAR.M. July 1848.13. PETER G. CUDDEBACK and JOSI-MTI COXKLIN,

    Nov. 1848.

    14. WM. C ROSE and LEWIS JOXE.S, also JOXESand SCOFIELD. Xov. 1848.

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    J//A'/S/A A' VALLEY

    15. JACOB AND SAMUEL ROSECRANS and WM.CUDDEBACK, 1S4S.

    16. AARON BEEBE, May i6tli, 1848.17. JOEL WHITLOCK, ^Larch 1S48..8. JAMES H. TAYLOR and M. JONES, March 1848.19. EZEKIEL CUDDEBACK and JAMES CUDDE--

    BACK, May 1847.20. DR. VAN KLEECK. May 31st, 1847.21. ROAD FOR W. C. ROSE and D. SCOFIELD, April

    1847.

    22. WM. N. CASE, April 1847.23. PHILIP SWARTWOUT and PETER BELCHER^

    and PH. SWARTWOUT and HENRY SCOTT.Nov. -846.

    24. CHARAC A. VAN INWEGEN and ELIJAHGORDEN, July 1845.

    15 ROAD FROM COUNTY LINE NEAR WEST-BROOKVI LLE to Turnpike at Cuddebackville,^lay 1849.

    26. WM. CUDDEBACK. (Mill Farm.) May 1 1111,1849.

    27. WM. CUDDEBACK and MOSES VAN INWEGENApril 1850.

    28. JOHN H. DURLAND, July 1850.29. MARTIN WHEELER and JAS. TERWILLK^ER,

    Oct. 11th, 1850.

    30. ALTERATION OF HIGHWAY NEAR GU-MAER'S STORE, Nov. i2tli, 1850.

    31. JOSEPH CUDDEBACK and BENJ. WHITE-HEAD, Jan. 1851.

  • /I/STORICAL SOC/F. TV. 7

    ;,2. JOSHIMICUDDICI'.ACK ami niCXj. I K )RX HI'X'K

    ,

    I-'el). \'^^\

    .

    :,:^. PHILIP SWARTWOUT and I'ETER (I. VAN1':TTEN. Feb. iS^t.

    34. HARMON and PHILII' VAN IN\V]-:(H-:N, Aug.1851.

    35. JAMES AUSTIN and WM. DoXEY.36. CARPENTER and (;E()R(;E CUDDEBACK, 1852.37. JOHN WHITLOCK, Feb. 6tli, 1S52.38. (lEO. CUDDEBACK and CARPENTER, 1852 or '53.39. CAPT. M. VAN INWEGEN, Dec. 8th, 1S53.40. CAPT. M. VAN INWEGEN, Dec. 6th, 1851.41. SOLOM(JN VAN ETTEN. Aug. 25th, 1S51.42. COL. P. CUDDEBACK and JOHN H. DURLAND,

    43- LINE ON N. E. OF NEVERSINK, 1851.44. MOSES VAN INWEGEN, near Aqueduct, 1852.45. S. B. CARPENTER Sz BROTHER and GEO

    CUDDEBACK, 1852.46. DAVID SWARTWOUT and OWEN, May 1854.47. ELIZOR CLARK. Huguenot, Aug-, ist, 1855.48. COL. PETER CUDDEBACK. May 1S55.49. S( )L( )M( )N VAN ETTEN, 1S56.50. (iE()R(iE CUDDEBACK. :\Iay 26th. 1856.

    PACKA (H: B.BOUNDARIES OF LOTS OF LAND of Evert Van

    Auken in Montague, James Bennct. WilhelniufjFredenburgh.

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    MINISINK I'ALIEY

    PACKAGE C.1. HENRY VAN ETTEN and J AS. VAN ELIET,

    1818.

    2. SAMUEL xMERRITT and CYRUS SKINNER. April1S06.

    3. TURNPIKE FROM OTIS STILL HOUSE TOESOPUS ROAD, 1825.

    4. ALSOP CORWIN, Sept. 1823.

    5. CAPT. HENRY VAN ETTEN, April 30th, 1819.6 GRAUUUS GUMAER, Feb 26th, 1825.7. ANDREW JOHNSON.8. TURNPIKE ROUTE from Mt. Hope and Lumber-

    land Turnpike, Nov. ]2tl], 1818.

    9. MINISINK AND M()NT(iOMERY TURNPIKE,June 1809.

    PACKACtE D.

    1. ESQUIRE REEVE. May 25111, 1836.2. WM. LOCKWOOD. VAN INWECiEN and SULLI-

    VAN, 1831.

    3. SAMUEL JACKSON and WM. C. ROSE.

    4. SELAH GORDON, April 27lh. 1S36.

    5. SYLVESTER and HENRY OUARTUS,i834,'35,-36.6. ABNER S. WELLS and EDWARD NORRIS, 1S36.

    7. HENRY CASE, March 1837.8. ROAD FROM MINISINK AND MONTCxOMERY

    TURNPIKE to DAVID SWARTWOUT'S, andlines of Philip and David Swartwout, Feb. 1838.

  • //IS7VFIC.U, sociF/rv. ^9

    9. STEPHEN JOIIX and I'l^TlvR 1 )l'X"k' I':R, May

    10. WILLTA:\r N. CASE, Oct. tS;,8.

    11. HENRY CUDDEBACK. Jan. 1838.12. J A:\IES I). SWARTWOU'P. ^[ay 1839.

    13. PHn.H' SWARTWOUT, Sept. 1837.14. (iARRET D. SULLIVAN and SA^[E. STANTON

    or MR. MARVIN, Feb. 1838.

    15. BENJAMIN R. COMFORT, 1840.

    16. WILLIAM CUDDEBACK. 1831,

    PACKAGE E.1. THO:\IAS DECKER. April 1806.

    2. BOUNDARIES OF 1200 ACRES, granted to JacohCuddeback and Co., May 30th. 1S04.

    3. GERARDUS (iUMAER, Patent Line down Never-.sink River, Oct. 1826.

    4. NELSON WHEAT, Mongaup, Nov. 1835.

    5. OERARDUS CLOWS, Jan. 1S31.6. JOHN H. DURLAND, Aug. 1838.

    7. MAP OF ROADS, CANALS, ETC., in School Dis-trict 14 at Monganp, July 1845.

    8. ABM. J. CUDDEBACK and BENJ CUDDEBACK,Maroh 1840.

    9. S. B. FARNUM AND OTHERS, for School Houseat Mongaup, April 1845.

    10. JOEL L. HOVT, Port Jervis, I). !

  • MJX/S/.\'K I 'ALL li 3

    11. LEWIS and ELI VAN INWECiEX, May 1843.12. FRANCIS KELLY, Oct. 1839.

    13. ANCIENT NOTES OF CUDDEBACK PATENTSURVEY.

    14. MAP OF LOT 36, isl Division of M. Patent.

    15. SIMON WESTFALL, Jan. 19th, 1843.

    16. GERARDUS S\VARTW()UT, Lot 45. May 1S51.17. LOTS 45 AND 46 IN 7TH DIV. OF M. PATENT

    AND EXPENSE LOTS i AND 2, May 1851.J 8. MAP FOR KEEN SWARTWOUT AND OTHERS,

    Nov. 1834.

    19. LINE BETWEEN EXl^ENSE LOT NO. 2 ANDMOUNTAIN LOTS, April 26th, 1849.

    20. I). JOHNSON and D. cV- J. CUMxMINS.21. CHARLES C. BOYD, April 1833.

    PACKAGE F.1. LITTLE BINNEWATER SWAMP.April and May

    1810,

    2. DAVID PENNY, JOSHUA WELLS and JACOBSHIMER. 1S09.

    3. HEIRS OF MAJOR DECKER. JAMES GREEN,March 181 1.

    4. CORNELIUS SWARTWOUT. April 1809.

    5. EVERET, Oct. 25th. 1809.

    6. THOMAS HELMS AND SONS, THOMAS andBREWSTER. May 1810.

    7. SA:\IUEL HAWKINS. May 1810.

  • JIISrORICA f. SOCJK TV. 21

    y. MOSES BEERK and STEDMAN CHAPMAN, 1809.9. HENRY C. SMITH, DAVH)

  • 2 2 MINJS/NK VALLEY

    g. MIOSES VAN TNWECxEN and U. c^' H. CANAL,Jan. 1840.

    10. D. & H. CANAL CO. and SIMEON CUDDEBACK,v^ept. 1848.

    u. n. cV' H. CANAL on I). SWARTWOUT'S LAND,.July 1S56.

    12. D. & H. CANAL crossing vS. CUDDERACK'SLAND, 1848.

    13. JOHN B. BOOTH and JOSHUA PENNY, 1823." HOYT and JOSEPH CHATTLE.

    PACKAGE H.1. MAP of LOT 37, x.st Div, Minisink Patent, E. H.

    Pendleton, ]\Iarch 1S47.

    2. UNDIVIDED LAND ALONG NEVERSINKRIVER, Jersey Claim Line. Van Etten. H.Cuddeback, P. E. Gumaer. L. Van Kleeck, P. Cud-deback, Stoddard. William Cuddeback, 1835 1838.

    3. BOUNDARIES OF SUB-DIVISION LOTS IN LOT37. Lots I 10. Pendleton Rogers, June 1847.

    4. DESCRIPTION OF LAND, TIMBER, ETC., in Lot37, I St Div. Minisink Patent. N. Pendleton Roger.s,

    1847.

    5. MAP of SUB-DIVISION LOTS 5-8, in Lot 37, istDiv. M. Patent and Cogdill's Survey, June 1847.

    6. SURVEY of LOT 37, for sub-dividing into lots-Field Book, June 1847.

    7. LOT 37. LOT 36, March 1847.S. LOT 37 and SUB-DIVISION of Lot 5.

  • JUSTOR/CAI, SOLfE'J'Y. 23

    9. MINUTES MADE FOR Jl'IxlE IMCXDLICTOX,March 1847.

    10. CALEB CLARK'S LOT. Lot Xo..:;, 6th Div. Min.

    Patent.

    PACKAGE ].1. PHILIP VAX IXWECxEX and JOHN CISCO, Any.

    1 840.

    2. PETER SWARTWOUT. Map.'^. 1809 and 1810.3. COL. PETER P. SWARTWOUT, Auo-. 1853.4. BONA-FIDE PURCHASE LINE. Map.5. ROAD FRO:\I PORT JERVIS TO FOREST-

    BURGH ROAD, Nov. 1836.6. I). SWARTWOUT'S MAP. Purchase from Farris.7. MAP OF SUB-DIVISION OF LOT 37, r.st Division

    in M. Patent.

    8. SURVEYS OF UNDEVIDED LANDS. 1835 and ':^6.

    9. MAP.Graudns (niraaer. E. H. Cuddeback. WilliamCuddeback, P. E, Gumaer, Ezekiel and Peter Gu-maer, I. (iiimaer, Jr., H. Cuddeback, Cor. Cudde-back.

    10. MAP OF VAN KLEECK'S FARM, July 1841.

    ri. DESCRIPTION OF EXPENSE LOT No. 2, by Esq.Terry.

    12. DESCRIPTION OF EXPENSE LOT No. 2, by .Mr.Felch.

    13. BOUNDARIES OF EXPEXSI-: LOT No. 2, fromGen. Street's Bf-ok, rS36.

  • 2 4 MFNISfNK VALLEY

    PACKAGE J.1. MAP OFLANDS INJURED BY DELAWARE &

    HUDSON CANAL CO.. and sent to Lecrislature,Feb. 1834.

    2. ^L\P OF OLD DAM, and Jacob Cuddeback's inter-est therein. Surveyed in 1833.

    3. MAP OF OLD DA.\[. Surveyed in 1834.4. ]\rAP OF OLD DAM. May 1805.

    5. PAPER RELATING TO COST OF DRAININCxBOG MEADOWS in Wallkill and Minisink.

    6. SURVEY, for Abm. and I. Cuddeback, Benj. Cud-deback, Thos. Van Fliet, and John Van Inwegen,.1836.

    7. SURVEY FOR JACOB CUDDEBACK, 1S36.S. MAP OF JACOB CUDDEBACK'S LAND.

    9. SURVEY OF JACOB CUDDEBACK'S FARM, 1806.10. SURVEY OF LANDS OF CAPT. ABM. and ISAAC

    CUDDEBACK, March 1837.11. SURVEY OF LAND FOR ABM. J. and ISAAC

    CUDDEBACK, April 1841.12. FOUR SURVEYS. Undesignated by name. 1834,

    1836.

    PACKAGE K.1. SURVEY for David LAMBERT, May 1804.2. SURVEY for SAM. LAMBERT and PETER GU-

    MAER, June 1809.

    3. SURVEY for :\IRS. RAYxMOND and WM. WAR-NER. Sept. 1S34.

  • JIISTORICAL SOL/JiTY. zs

    4. DELAWARE c^- HUDSON CAN.M. CO. at Mon-i^aup, 18 54 and ' :;6.

    5. PART OF ROAD AT IJOLTON BASIX, Sept. 1S50.6. LAND for MR. MONSON. of New York City, Nov.

    1 842.

    7. TLMOTIIV RAYMOND, SOL. VAN ETTEX, RAY-MOND and WARREN HOOKER, Dec. 1840.

    8. DE LAWAR E & H b^ DS ( )N CANAL . Lo t s i n H n d -son Street, Port Jervis, Dec. 14th, 1837.

    -9. BOUNDS OF LINE, between Minisink and Waway-anda Patent. Caleb Clark.

    10. MAP of LEVI and THOS. VAN ETTEN'S LAND,vSept. 1822.

    11. LINE, to divide Towns of Minisink, Deerpark andCalhoun, 1828 and 1851.

    12. SURVEY for JACOBUS VAN FLIET, Jr., 1818.

    13. MAPS, for FRANCIS KELLY and Wm. BODLE,Jr., Oct. 1818.

    14. SOL. VAN ETTEN and TIMOTHY RAYMOND.Jan. 1838.

    15. ESQ. L. VAN ETTEN and S. VAN FLIET, Sept1838.

    16. SURVEY for SIMON WESTFALL. 1836.

    17. MAP of SURVEY for FRANCIS KELLY, April1S28.

    iS. SURVEY of LIXE, between Deerpark and Mini-sink, r82S.

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    PACKAGE L.T. SCOTT AVISNER and BAIRD to JOHANNES

    WESTBROOK. Map, April 1836.2. LINP^, between Towns of Deeipark and Minisink

    1 8 28.

    .3. MAP of LOT 45, 7th Div. Minisink Patent.4. SURVEY for SAME. TITUS and L. HORN^BECK,

    March 1S49.

    5. MAP of \-iy^ acres in Lot 42. 1844.6. SURVEY for JOHN VAN ETTEN and BUGBEE,

    Nov. 1844.

    7. SURVEY for DANIEL BUGBEE, in Lot 37, istDiv. Min. Patent. Map, March 1844.

    8. MAP of LOT No. 2, 6th Div. M. Patent, 1812.

    9. MAP and SURVEY of DR. COR. DICKENSON'SLAND.

    10. MAP of JACOB CUDDEBACK'S, Jr. FARM. 1829.11. MAP of LANDS of DR. BALL, Jnne 1843.12. MAP for ESQ. VAN ETTEN and BENJ. CUDDE-

    BACK, 1811.

    13. MAP for D. & H. CANAL CO., for Dr. Ball.14. MAP for D. & H. CANAL, in exchange with Jacob

    Cuykendall, 1834.

    15. DR. CHARLES HARDENBERGH, and heirs ofvSlauson and Soveryn Bennet to Port jervis, April1843.

    16. SURVEYS IN VICINITY OF NEVERSINK RIV-I5R, in which names of Stigney, Van Fliet andAbin. Cuddeback appear^ March 27, 1837.

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    PACKA(iE M.1. SURVEY for ENOS BROAVN and WIDOW DENN,

    April 1808.

    2. SURVEY for JOSHUA WELLS. June .S07..V MAP of LAND of CALEB CLARK, June 1808.4. TURNPIKE ROAD, near C. SKINNER'S, to New-

    burgh and Cochecton Turnpike. March 1808.

    5. SURVEY for WIDOW VANCE, March 1808.6. JACOBUS SWARTWOUT, DAVID VAN IN->

    WEGEN, and MR. BROWN, 1808.7. MAPS of SURVEY for TURNPIKE, from B. Cay.

    penter's to Montgomery, Jan. 1808.

    8. SURVEY of ROUTE of MINISINK and MONT-GOMERY TURNPIKE, 1809.

    9. SURVEY for DR. FISHER, of New i^ork. (Lot 45.)May 18 10.

    10. SURVEY for DR. BENJ. NEWKIRK, May 1807.It. '' " JOHN BRINK, JAS. VAN KEUR-

    EN, MR. WOOD. iSii.12. PETER and JOSEPH VAN NOY, Oct. 1810.13. SURVEY for DANE. VAN GORDEN. (Map.)

    PACKAGE N.1. SURVEY for JOHN CCniFORTand E. Y. PRIME,

    April 1805.

    2. MAP of LAND of ALEX. BODLE and THOS. P.YOUNG, Oct. .S07.

    3. JACOB SHIMER. E. KUVKENDALL and COR.COLE, May 1802.

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    4. DANIEL and JONATHAN SMITH, May 1805.5. ORIGINAL COURSE OF LINES ACROSS THE

    MOUNTAIN.

    6. CALEB CLARK. (Map.) May 1804.

    7. CALEB CLARK and ASAHEL F. SMITH. (Map.)8. SURVEY for WM. ROSE, Ex., xMay 1804.

    9. C. SKINNER, BENj. BROWN and EATONSMITH. (Map.)

    10. C. SKINNER and A. F. HILL, April 27th, 1805.IT. PHILIP WINTERS and JOSEPH KETCHAM,

    April 1808.

    12. JAMES FINCH and RUFUS STANTON. (Map.)Nov. 6th, i8o2.

    13. PETER G. SWARTWOUT. (Map.) Feb. 1807.14. ESQ. SEYBOLT. (Survey.) March 1807.

    75. PHILAMEN WAY. (Map, 1805, Survey, Aug.iSo7.)16 JOHN DECKER and AB^L A\\N AUKEN, Oct.

    13th, 1807.

    17 SURVEY for JACOB SHIMER.Jacob Shimer,Isaac \ -cxW and Soh)inon Finch, 1807.

    j8. LANDadjoinirg- WM. YOUNG'S. Oct. 1807.19. JOHN COMFORT, ^)ct. i,"o7.20. WIDOW ESTHER HORNBECK. (Map) Sept.

    1809.

    21. (tARRETCHE PATERSON. (Map.) 1807.22. PHILIP WINTERS. (Survey.) Nov. 1S07.

    2^. ESQ. SEVBOLT. " 1S07 or 'oS.

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    2-1. MARTIN I)h:CKI':R. iM-yn-.K swartwott,SAM. CASKKV. Heirs of Rev. Raldwin, May iSoS.

    25. CYRUS SKIXXER'S FAR^^ (Survey.) March1 80S.

    26. RICHARD SIIIMICR and ISAAC DECKr:R. Jr.(Map.) 1S08.

    27. MATTHEW LOCKWOOI), WM. 15AIRJ), EXOSBROWN, E. HROWX, Jr., JOHN KETCHAM,JOHN DAY and ALEX BODLE, (Map.) 1808.

    28. ISAAC YAH>, SOE. FINCH and II. C.SMITH,(Map.)

    29. HEIRS of R1

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    AMERICAN REVOLUTION, Diplomatic Correspondence of.Compiled under direction of Congress. By FrancisWliarton. 6 Vols. Donated by Hon. F. ]\Iarvin.

    AGRICULTURE, Report of Department of, 1871.iSSi and 18S2.

    '* Report of Secretary of 1889. 3 Vols.

    Donated by Rev. S. W. Mills.

    ART OF WAR IN EUROPE. Report to U. S. Governmentby Major Delafield, 1854, '55 and '56. Donated by J. H.Wood.

    BLOOMINGDALE ASYLUM. Report on by Senate Com-mittee on Taxation and Retrenchment, 18S8.

    BURHANS GENEALOCiY. By Samuel Burhans. Donatedby Author.

    COLLINS, MRS. A. VAN ETTEN, Memoir of. By Hold-ridge Ozoo Collins. Donated by Author.

    CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, ist Session of 51st Congress;.12 Vols. Donated by O. H. Adams.

    CONKLING, ROSCOE. Memorial addresses in the A.ssembly

    CORWIN GENEALOGY. By Edward Fanjore Corwin. Do-nated bv jfente-. yjfliyi. , Xi)OmX^^

    DABOLL'S SCHOOLMASTER'S ASSISTANT.DabollVArithmetic.

    DE PEYSTER, COL., Letters of. 2 Vols. Donated by JWatts De Peyster.

    DICTIONARY, English and Low Dutch. By W. SeweLAmsterdam 1735.

    ERSKINE'S SONNETS. Donated by Rev. S. W. Mills.

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    FLEAIISII HIRLE, formerly owned l^y Mrs. J. T. Uuick ofMilford. Piinted at Dort, 1741. Cost ^'4. or $20.00. Do-nated by Rev. A. vS. (lardiner.

    GOSHEN, X. Y. Independent Republican. IJonntl copiesfrom 1829 to 1831. Donated by Rev. Dr. Tlios. (iordon.

    HARDYSTON MEMORIAL. By Rev. A. A. Haines. Do-noted by Thos. (i. Bunnell.

    HODGES, JACK, lile of. By A. D. Eddy. Donated by Mrs.G. W. Sew a id.

    HUDSON CO.. N. J., Hi.-tory of. By Charles H. Winfield.Donated b}' Author.

    HUDSON CO.. N. J., L;ind Titles in. By Charles H. Winfield.Donated by Author.

    INTERNATIONAL PENITENTIARY CONGRESS. Re-port of 1872. Donated by Rev. S. W. Mills.

    JENNINGS, RICHARD. Trial of Hodges, Teed and Dun-ning for murder of. at Goshen, N. Y., 181 9. with au-togra]Mi letter to Geo. W. vSeward,by Richard Steel, com-menting on pardon of Hodges. 18S0. Donated by Mrs.(t. W. Seward.

    JL'STICES OF PEACE, Sherriffs. Coroners and CountyOfficers, 1721. Donated by \V. Westfall.

    KINGSTON, N. Y.. Old Dutch Church of. Baptismal andMarriage Register, 1660-1689. By Roswell Randall Hoes.

    Donated by C. F. Van Inwegen.

    KL KLUX CONSPIRACY. Congressional Report on. 13 Vols.Donated by N. Pflaum.

    LABAR, GEORGE, Centennanan, Reminiscences by. ByA. B. Burrell. Donated by Peter Wells.

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    MEDICAL SOCIETY OF STATE OF NEW YORK. Trans-actions of, 1 868. Donated by Rev. S. W. Mills.

    MINERAL RESOURCES WEST OF ROCKY MTS. 1869.Donated by Rev. S. W. Mills.

    MONTANA, (jeological Survey of and of Adjaoent Terri-tory, 187 t. Donated by Rev. S. W. Mills.

    NEW EN(tLAND primer, with Catechism etc. Printedby Evert luiyckinck, 1816. Donated by Mrs. S. W. Mills.

    THE SAME. A reprint by Munsell, 18S7.NEW JERSEY. Outline History of. [Without title page.

    J

    NEW JERSEY. Oflficersand men of, in Revolutionary War.Donated by Gen. W. S. Stryker.

    NEW YORK. University of the State of. Historical andStatistical Record, 17S4-1084. By Franklin B. Houghand Di\ Murray.

    NEW YORK. Transactions of State Medical Society, 1S68.Donated by Rev. S. W. Mills.

    NEW YORK. Transactions of State Medical Society, 1869.

    NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY. Boundary lines and otherPapers. By Miss ]M. M. Lawrence. Donated by author.

    NEW YORK SCHOOL SYSTEM, Rise and Progress of. ByAndrew Schepmoes, 1891. Donated by author.

    NEW YORK. Transactions of State Agricultural Society.,883 '86.

    NEW YORK. Documentary History of. By E. I). O'Calla-ghan, M. D. Vol. i, 1849. Donated by Mrs. M. A. Shorter.

    NEW YORK. Genealogical and Biographical Record. Vols.15. 16, 17, 18.

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    NEW YORK. Assembly Report 011 Indian prolilcni, 1S88.NEW YORK. Sixth Annual Report of R. R. Commission.

    18S8.

    NEW YORK. Six Nations in. Extra Census I^ulletin. ByThomas Donalson.

    NEW YORK. System of Taxation in. By Julien T. Davis.NEW^ YORK. Report of Forest Commission. 1888.

    NEW YORK. Report of Board of Mediation and Arbi-tration. 1S89.

    NEW Y(3RK, Province of. Laws passed i6ox 1762. Titlepage gone.

    OLD DUTCH DICTIONARY. Donated by Miss Woodward.OLD FAMILY BIBLE, of N. W. Mulley, Esq. Donated by

    M. Van Akin.

    OLD MERCHANTS OF NEW YORK CITY. By AValterBarrett. Donated by Mrs. ]\I. A. Shorter.

    PENNSYLVANIA, Magazine of. History and Biography.Vols. I 12. Donated by Hon. L. W. Brodhead.

    PHILADELPHIA, Saturday Evening Post. Bound Vols.Jan.1831 to Dec. 1832. Also scattering numbers of N. Y.Journal of Commerce, April to Nov. 1832. Donated byRev. Dr. T. Gordon.

    PINE AND PALM. Editorial Excursions South and North,187 1 and 1872. By N. H. Hotchkiss. Donated by Rev.S. W. Mills.

    TOM QUICK. By Rev. A. S. Gardiner. 2 Copies. Donatedby Author.

    TOM QUICK AND LEGENDS OF THE DELAWAREBy William Bross. Donated by Author.

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    REVOLUTIONARY WAR. History of in Verse. By Is-rael Skinner.

    SCHENECTADY. 200th Anniversary of the P^irst ReformedProtestant Dutch Church in. By Dr. W. E. Griffis. Do-

    nated by Author.

    SliAWANGUNK, Legends of. By Philip H. Smith. Donatedby Author.

    SMITHSONIAN REPORTS FOR 1869,1870 and 1887. 3 Vols.Donated by Rev. S. W. Mills.

    SONS OF THE REVOLUTION, Constitution and Registerof the New York Society. Donated by J as. M. Mont--gomery.

    STATUTES OF UNITED STATES, 48th Congress, 2ndSession. Donated by Hon. M. D. wStivers.

    SPARTA, N. J., Presbyterian Church of. Centennial An-niversary. Rev. T. F. Chambers. Donated by Rev. wS.W. Mills.

    SYNGE, DR. EDWARD, London 1744. Propertv of Wm.Denn in 1766. Donated by Dr. Writer.

    THEOLOGY, Natural. By William Paley.TRAPPERS OF NEW YORK, Biography of Nicholas Stoner

    and Nathaniel Foster with some account of Sir William

    Johnson. By Jeptha R. Simms. By exchange with Munsell

    VIRGINIA CAROLORUM, Virginia under the Charleses.By Edward D. Neill. By exchange with Munsell.

    VON ROTTECK, History of the World. 4 Vols. Vols. 1-4.Donated by Mrs. M. A. Shorter.

    WASHINGTON, and other officers in Revolutionary Army.Correspondence of, with Governor of New Jersey. Do-nated by J. H. Wood.

  • MINJ^JNK I .1 1. L /: V 3 s

    WESTERN RESERVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Vols.,3

    and Tracts No. 73-84, 1S92. Donated by the vSocicty.

    WILBER, DAVID. Memorial Addresses in Con^^ress.

    WISCONSIN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 2nd Tri-ennialCatalogue

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    BUFFALO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual Report, 1893.Donated by vSociet3^

    CLEVELAND, OHIO. Address before Early Settlers' As-sociation. By S. O. Griswold. Donated by HistoricalSociet3\

    CIVIL LIST OF THE TOWN OF DEERPARK, 1690-1891.By J. M. Allerton. Donated by Rev. S. W. Mills.

    CLEVELAND, History of City of. From Western ReserveHistorical Society.

    COCHECTON BRIDGE CO., History of,i864 Donated by Rev'T. Brittain.

    ELLSWORTH, OLIVER, 4th Chief Justice of U. S., Sketchof. In Current Comment and Legal Miscellany. Vol. 2,No. 2.

    EUROPEAN HISTORY, Translations and Reprints fromOriginal Sources of. \o\. i, No. i.

    INDIAN CAMPAIGNS OF 1779. By Gen. W. S. Stryker.Donated by Author.

    JERSEY CITY. Monograph on Founding of. Donated byHon.C. H. W^intield.

    MASON, MAJ. JOHN. Story of Statue to. By Thomas S.Collier.

    MINISINK. Centennial Celebration of Battle of. By J. W.Johnston and Albert Stage. Donated by J. W.Johnston.

    MINISINK, Poem on Battle of. By W. W. Padgct. Donatedby Mrs. Tho.s. Goble.

    MISCELLANIES BY AN OFFICER OF GEN. SULLI-VAN'S EXPEDITION. Col. Arent Schuyler DePeyster.With Apppendiy and Expianalory Notes.

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    BI--CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION OV 200TII AXXI-VERSARY OF SI-yrTLEMENT OF NICVKRSIXKVALLEY.

    NEWBURGH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. First Annual Mect-ingf of, 1884. Donated by Wm. H. Roe.

    ' Papers read before the vSoeiety.

    :NEW ENGLAND HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICALSOCIETY, Proceedings of, Jan. 1S91.

    NEW JERSEY. Capture of Block House at Toms River.Donated by Gen. AV. S. Stryker.

    NEW JERSEY. Continental Line in Virginia. Campaign1781.

    NEWJERSEY. Executive Correspondence, 1776 1786.NEW JERSEY. Oration at Jersey City, July 4, 1876. By

    Charles H. Winfield. Donated by Autlior.

    NEW JERSEY. ^Memorial of Centennial Celebration ofBattle of Paulus Hook.

    NEWJERSEY. Massacre near Old Tappan. By WilliamS. Stryker. Donated by Author.

    NEWJERSEY. Old Barracks at Trenton. By William S.Stryker. Donated by Author.

    NEW JERSEY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Nos.I and 5, 2nd Series. Donated by Hon. Hiram C. Clark.

    NFW JERSEY. VOLUNTEERS IN THE REVOLUTION.By William S. Stryker. Donated by Autnor.

    NEW JERSEY, Washington's Reception by the People ofBy William S. Stryker. Donated by Author.

    NEW YORK. Decisions of John A. Dix as State Superin-tendent of Public Instruction. 1S37. Donated by Mrs.

    M. A. Shorter.

  • HfSTORrCA L SOCTE TV. 3S

    OHIO HISTORICAL vSOCIETY, 8th Annual Report, 1892,PAMUNKV INDIANS,. By John Garland Pollard. Do-

    nated by Hon. F. Marvin, M. C.

    PHILADELPHIA. First Annual Banquet of NetherlandsSociety.

    POEMS ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS. Printed 1695. Titlepage gone.

    PORT JERVIS, N. Y. Historical Discourse on Reformed"(Dutch) Church in (Deerpark.) By Rev. S. W. Mills.Donated by Author.

    RELATION OF PRESBYTERIANISM TO REVOLU-TIONARY SENTIMENT IN N. Y., and Some of theBeginnings of Westchester Co. History by Ex-Gov^Cornell. Two Pamphlets from Westchester County His-torical Society.

    PUTNAM, GEN. ISRAEL, History of Equestrian Statueof. JJonated by J as. Easton.

    RED JACKET AND HIS PEOPLE FROM 1750 to 1830.By J. Niles Hubfeard. Donated by Mrs. Harriet M. Con-verse.

    REED, JOSEPH. Further Facts with Reference to hisCharacter. Printed by the vState of New Jersey for pri-vate distribution, 1876.

    SALISHAN LANGUAGES, Bibliography of. By Jas. Con-statine Pilling. Donated by Rev. S. W. Mills.

    SILENT CITY. Poem by Peter Wells. Donated by Author.SIX NATIONS OF NEW YORK. Donated by Hon. F.

    Marvin.

    SONS OF THE REVOLUTION. Annual of the Society.Donated l^y J. R. Gibson. 1S89-90.

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    ISONS OF THE REVOLUTION. Year I'.ook of the Cali-fornia Society, 1894. Donated b}- H. O'Collins.

    STRYKER FAMILY, (ienealo

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    WISCONSIN STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 40th An-nual Meeting, Dec., 1892. 41st Annual Meeting, Dec.^1S93. Donated b}'' Society.

    WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. K Y. StateLoan Exhibit of Embroideries, Etc. Report of Sub-Committee on Music for N. Y. State. Women of N. Y,State, J. Imogen Howard. Women of N. Y. vState,Special Report. J. Imogen Howard. Women of N. Y.State, List of Books written by.

    SUJSJDRIES.

    ADDRESS FROM COUNCIL OF PROPRIETORS OFWESTERN DIVISION OF NEW JERSEY, to occu-pants of lands within the Angle. Burlington, May 7th,1795. Donated by John W. Hasbrouck.

    ASSESSMENT ROLL OF DEERPARK, 1803. Donatedby Stoddard Van Inwegen. Framed.

    BLOOMINGBURGH, N. Y., Deed for Pew in ReformedChurch of. Donated by Rev. J. L. vStillwell.

    BILL OF SALE OF A NEGRO, April 3d, 1816. Donatedby Wm. Westfall.

    BRIGADE ORDERS, July 21st, 1804, and Aug. 22d, 1805,for Review of Orange County Militia by Major Tusten,Donated by J. J. Hart.

    CERTIFICATE AND REQUEST, of Consistory of DutchReformed Church in the Clove, N. J., Jan. 2d, 1812. Do-nated by S. W. Mills.

    COPY OF LETTER WRITTEN BY GEN. WASHING-TON, March 28tb, 1779, to Col. Daniel Brodhead, givingdirections relating to Military Operations. Donated byCaptain Edgar Brodhead.

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    DEERPARK. Manuscript of the (Uimacr History of. Do_nated by P. L. Guniaer.

    DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, Litlio-raph Copyof.

    DENN, MARY A., Manuscript Arithmetical Exercises,Written in 1S09.

    DEERPARK, TOWN OF. Register of Ear Marks, 1799 to1849. Also Record of Stray Cattle, 1800 to 1850.

    DIARY WRITTEN IN 1816. Chietiy Religious Subjects.No Name.

    FULLERTON, SAMUEL, Account Book of. 1 794-1809.FAC-SIMILE OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE SO-

    CIETY OF THE CINCINNATTI with signatures ofthe First Members. Donated by J. L. Bonnell.

    GOSHEN REPOSITORY, Dec. 31st, 1799, Containing ac-count of death of Geo. Washington, with President'^Message to Congress announcing the same. Framed,

    GOSHEN REPOSITORY AND WEEKLY INTELLI-GENCER, Aug, 1 2th, 1794.

    LEDGER OF SANDS & MONDON, Merchants, Deerpark.1825 -1831.

    LEGISLATIVE JOURNAL OF PENNSYLVANIA FOR1873. Old Ledger of 1825. Donated by John Ridgway.

    MONTAGUE AND SANDYSTON. Petition of Inhabit-ants of, to Legislature of New Jersey, Oct. 9th, 1804, fotPermission to hold a Lottery to raise ,*$8oo to completeChurch Edifice, Donated by Gen. W. S. vStr^vker.

    MINISINK, Petition of Reformed Dutch Church of, to Leg-islature of New Jersey, Oct. i6th, 1795, for Permissionto hold a Lottery to raise $350 to repair Churcli. Do-nated by (len. W. S. Stryker.

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    MINISINK, SALARY LISTS, of Church of. 17S5-178S.1790-1794. Five Lists. Donated by T. G. Bunnell.

    MINISINK REGION. Hi:,torical Note'-- and Communica-tion.s Relating to Capture of John Hilborn on Brodhead'sCreek, Pa. Donated b}' Hon. L. \V. Brodhead.

    MAMAKATING. Records of School District No. 10.1829-1S64.

    MAMAKATING. School District No. 10 Records, 1829-1S65.

    MAPS. Germantown. Original Map of Addition to Portjervis. Donated b}^ Stephen St. John. Minisink Valley,Old Map of. Donated by J. M. Montgomery of NewYork. Map of Lots 40 and 47, of 7th Division, of INIini-sink Patent. Donated by Mrs. M. A. Shorter.

    NEWSPAPERS. Gumaer Collection of Old Papers. Do-nated by P. L. Gumaer.

    NEWSPAPERS. Various Old Papers received from numer-ous wSources and of Divers Dates.

    NEW YORK, R. R. MAP OF, 18S6. Donated by J. W.Hasbrouck.

    NEW YORK, xMAP OF PROVINCE OF. London, .779.Cop3', b}^ Authority of State, 1840.

    PICTURES. 2d Semi-Annual Meeting of Minisink A'alleyHistorical Society, 1890, (3 pictures.)

    PICTURE OF STONE CHURCH IN FORT AT NEWYORK IN 1642. Donated by T. R. Anderson.

    PICTURES ; Cuddeback Homestead near Port Clinton.PICTURES: Robert Ogden, 1746-1826. Lottery Ticket

    No. 12,095 for Benefit of Princeton College on Back.Donated bv Rev. A. A. Haines.

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    PLYMOUTH, MASS. First Cluirch in. 1620-189;,. An Ap_peal for Aid,

    REPRINT OP FIRST NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED INAMERICA. Donated by Rev. S. W. Mills.

    RECORDS OF REVOLUTION. Published in 1S68. Loanedto Society by Mrs. Robert Taylor.

    RECORD OF SLAVES IN DEERPARK. From TownOfficers.

    SCRAP BOOK, Containing- specimens of Sliin-Plaster Cur-rency; Butter or Yellow colored Bill of Bank of OrangeCounty; Penny Recipe for Hydrophcbia and NewspaperClippings of Historical Interest.

    SKINNER, ABNER C, Letters of Administration on Es-tate of his fatlier, Abner wSkinner, 1806. Masonic De-gree, 1812. Commission as Sergeant of Infantry, 1835.Commission as Lieutenant of Infantry, 1856.

    SCHOOL RECORDS FROM 181 2 to 1859. Donated byEugene Rhodes.

    SWARTWOUT, JACOBUS, Commission of. Signed byDeWttt Clinton. Donated by Dr. S. Van Etten.

    SURVEYS ALONG NEVERSINK RIVER AND BASHA'SKILL. Donated by Miss Woodward.

    vSOLDIERS OF DEERPARK. Register of 1S61-5.FIVE RECEIPTS OF E. VAN BUNSCHOOTEN. Do-

    nated by T. (t. Bunnell.

    INCORPORATION OF LOW DUTCH CHURCH, inTown of Wantage, Sussex County, N. J.. Dec. 28th, iSoLDonated by S. W. Mills.

    ULSTER COUNTY, GAZETTE, Jan. 4th, iSoo, Contain-ing Account of Dentil of Washington. Donated by Rev.S. W. Mills.

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    MIA^ISIA K ]'ALLEY

    AVALPACK C^HURCH. Deed tor Cemetery, Feb. isi. 1737.Donated by Thos. G. Buunell.

    PETITION OF IXHABITANTvS OF PAHAQUALOXGAND WALPACK, to Council of Proprietors of EasternDivision of New Jersey for Certain UnappropriatedLands for Use of Minister and Congregation. No dateCopy. Donated by T. G. Bunnell.

    RELICS.

    BED WRENCH USED BY NATHANIEL CONKLING,Great Grandfatlier of Dr. John Conkling, 1725. Donatedby Dr. J. Conkling'.

    BUTTER BILL (Yellow color) of the Old Orange CountyBank of Goshen. Donated by Wni. Westfall. (Seei^crap-Bo-ok.)

    BLOOMINGBURGH, N. Y. Plate from Cornerstone ofMasonic Lodge Built 1824. Donated by Rev. J. L. Still-well.

    CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, 1776-177S. Six Notes$104. Donated by Rev. S. W. Mills.

    CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, 1776-1778. Two Notes.CONFEDERATE BILL, $20. RICHMOND, VA. Donated

    by Rev. S. W. Mills. (See Scrap-Book.)

    ENGLISH PORCELAIN PLATE PRESENTED TO GEO.WASHINGTON BY LAFAYETTE. Donated by W. B.Asten.

    LONDON CLARIONET USED IN WAR OF 1812, byJohn Osborne a Mui^ician in the Army. Dfniated byMr. Osborne of Cliicago.

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    LOTTERY TICKET OF ROBERT OGDEN, 1763, forBenefit of Princeton College. Donated by Rev. A. A.Haines. On back of Picture.

    PHOTOGRAPH OF LETTER OF WASHINGTON, toConsistory of Dutch Reformed Church of Kingston.Donated by Hon. A. T. Clearwater.

    PETRIFIED SHARK'S TEETH FROM BEAUFORT, S.C. Donated by John Hunn, of vS. C, through Dr. V.Emerson.

    SWORD AND TWO CANNON BALLS FOUND ATCAMPBELL HALL, ORANGE COUNTY. Donatedby Alonzo Dowe.

    PENNY RECIPE FOR CURE OF HYDROPHOBIA.(See Scrap-Book.)

    PIECE OF WOOD FROM THE HOUSE IN WHICHGEN. MONTGOMERY DIED IN QUEBEC.

    .SECTION OF PALISADE FROM DEFENCES OFSCHENECTADY IN 1690. Donated by Rev. Dr. W. E.Griffis.

    .SHIN-PLASFER CURRENCY.

  • J^OTE.

    The Names of Donors, so far as they could be ascer-tained, liave been Published in this Catalogue in connectionwith tlie Articles Donated, In numerous instances Dona

    tions have been received by Mail and without anything todesignate the source from which they have come. Fromthis and other causes it has been impossible to attach theName of the Contributor to many Articles in the vSociet3''sCollection.

    CORRECTIONOn page 14. line 12. for ^ftathom, readHathorn.

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