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Duely & constantly kept a history of the New York Supreme Court, 1691-1847 and an inventory of its records (Albany, Utica, Geneva offices), 1797-1847. by

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Published by A joint publication of the New York State Court of Appeals and the New York State Archives and Records Administration in Albany, N.Y .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • New York (State). -- Supreme Court -- History.,
  • Court records -- New York (State) -- Catalogs.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 115-125) and index.

ContributionsNew York (State). Court of Appeals., New York State Archives and Records Administration.
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 128 p. :
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14532485M

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An excellent guide to some of these records is James D. Folts and others, 'Duely & Constantly Kept:' A History of the New York Supreme Court, ' and An Inventory of Its Records (Albany, Utica, and Geneva Offices), ' (Albany, N.Y.: New York State Court of Appeals and the New York State Archives and Records Administration, ). Feb 23,  · As described in the publication Duely & Constantly Kept: A History of the New York Supreme Court, , documents found in a voluntary insolvency assignment usually included: Petition of the insolvent debtor and his/her creditors. The creditors had to represent three-fourths, or after , two-thirds of the total amount owed by the Author: Patricia Glowinski. Duely & Constantly Kept: A History of the New York Supreme Court, New York Chancellors. Robert R. Livingston. Chancellor of New York, Robert R. Livingston was born on November 27, , the son of colonial Supreme Read More. John Lansing, Jr. Folts, James D., “Duely & Constantly Kept”: A history of the New York Supreme Court, and an inventory of its records. (Albany, New York State Archives and Records Administration, ).