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Author: New York (State)
Title: The laws & acts of the General Assembly for Their Majesties province of New-York, as they were enacted in divers sessions, the first of which began April, the 9th, annoq[ue] Domini, 1691
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The laws & acts of the General Assembly for Their Majesties province of New-York, as they were enacted in divers sessions, the first of which began April, the 9th, annoq[ue] Domini, 1691
New York (State)

New York: Printed and sold by William Bradford ..., 1694.
Alternate titles: Laws, etc.
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Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
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Costs (Law) -- New York (State).
Fees, Administrative -- New York (State).
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A53033.0001.001

Contents
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A Table of the Contents of the Laws.
sessions 1
An Act for the quieting and settling the Disorders that have lately happened within this Province, and for the establishing and securing their Majesties present Government against the like Disorders for the future.
An Act for Establishing Courts of Judicature for the Ease and Benefit of each respective City, Town and County within this Province.
An Act for the Settling, Quieting and Confirming unto the Cities, Towns, Mannours and Free∣holders within this Province, their several Grants, Patents and Rights respectively.
An Act for the enabling each respective Town within this Province to Regulate their Fences and High∣ways, and make prudential Orders for their Peace and orderly Improvements.
An Act for Defraying of the Publick and Necessary Charge throughout this Province, and for maintain∣ing the Poor, and preventing Vagabonds.
An Act for settling the Militia.
An Act declaring what are the Rights & Priviledges of Their Majesties Subjects inhabiting within Their Province of New-York.
An Act for the Allowance to the Representatives.
An Act to Enable the City and County of Albany to defray their necessary Charge.
An Act for Establishing a Revenue for the defraying the Publick Charges of the Province.
An Act to enable his Excellency to defray his extraordi∣nary Expence, and to Indemnifie the Collector and Receiver General for the Receipt of several Sums of Money on pretence of Custom and Duty.
An Act for the raising of two Thousand Pounds for paying and defraying the Incidental Charges, accor∣ding to establishment of one hundred Fuzileers, with their proper Officers, for one who e Year.
An Act to ease People that are scrupulous in Swearing.
An Act for Pardoning such as have been active in the late Disorders.
Several Acts made by the General Assembly in their Second Sessions, begun the 8th. of September, Anno{que} Domini 1691. and in the third Year of Their Auspicious Majesties, King William and Queen Mary.
An Act for the Regulating Damages done in the time of the late Disorders, and for the uniting the Minds of their Majesties Subjects within this Province, and for calling home such of their Majesties Subjects that have lately absented themselves from their Habitations and the usual places of their Abode.
An Act to divide this Province and Dependencies into Shires and Counties.
An Act for the raising and paying one Hundred and Fifty Men, to be forthwith raised, for the De∣fence and Re-inforcement of Albany for six Moneths.
An Act for the Regulating the Buildings, Streets, Lanes, Wharffs, Docks and Allyes of the City of New-York.
Acts passed in the third Sessions of the General Assembly, begun in the City of New-York, April 19. 1692.
An Act for the raising two hundred Men with their proper Officers for the securing and re-inforcing of Albany in the Fronteers of this Province.
An Act for the destroying of Wolves.
Acts passed in the fourth Sessions of the General Assembly, begun in the City of New-York, the 14 day of August, Anno{que} Dom. 1692. in the 4th Year of their Majesties Reign, King William and Queen Mary, under the Govern∣ment of his Excellency Benjamin Eletcher,Esq Captain General and Governour in chief in and over their Majesties Province of New-York, and Territories thereon depending in America.
An Act for the raising and pay two hundred and twenty Men with their proper Officers, together with the incidental Charges that shall arise thereon, for the Re-inforcement and Security of the Fronteers of this Province, at Albany, for 7 Months.
An Act for the raising and paying of Eighty Men in Ulster and Dutches County, to be imployed for the Re-inforcing and Security of Albany, from the 15th Day of December next, to the first of March then next ensuing.
Acts passed in the fifth Sessions of Ge∣neral Assembly begun in the City of New-York, the 24th of Octorber, 1692.
Act for establishing a Revenue upon their Majesties, and for defraying the publick and necessary Charges of the Government.
An Act for the Establishing Courts of Judicature for the ease and benefit of each respective City, Town and County within this Province.
An Act for settling Fairs and Markets in each respec∣tive City and County throughout this Province.
An Act for the supervising Intestates Estates, and Re∣gulating the Probate of Wills, & granting Letters of Administration.
An Act for the Encouraging a Post-Office.
An Act for the satisfying and paying the Debts of the Government.
Acts passed in the Fifth Sessions of the General Assembly, begun at the City of New-York, the 22th day of March, 1692.
An Act for calling Long-Island the Island of Nassaw.
An Act for establishing certain Rates and Duties upon such Goods, Wares and Merchandize as shal be brought unto their Majesties Beam in the Weigh-House at New-York.
Acts passed in the sixth Sessions of General Assem∣bly, begun the 12th of September, 1693.
An Act for settling a Ministry & raising a Maintenance for them in the City of New-York, County of Rich∣mond, Westchester and Queens County.
An Act confirming & continuing unto their Majesties the Revenue established by an Act of General Assem∣bly, made in the 4th Year of their Majesties Reign, for defroying the publick and necessary Charges of the Government, five Years longer than the Term therein mentioned.
Province of New-York, ss. Anno Regni Gulielmi & Mariae, REGIS & REGINAE, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae, QUINTO.
An ACT for Restraining and Punishing Privateers and Pyrates.
An Act for Granting to their Majesties the Rate of One Penny per Pound upon all the Real and Per∣sonal Estates within this Province of New-York, &c. To be allowed unto his Excellency the Go∣vernour, for the Care of the Province, November the 12th, 1692.
Anno Regni Gulielmi & Mariae, REGIS & REGINAE, Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae. QUINTO. The 10th of April, Anno Domini 1693.
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City of New-York, September 20. 1963. in the 5th Year of their Majesties Reign.
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