3 edition of By Jacob Radcliff, mayor, and Richard Riker, recorder, of the city of New-York found in the catalog.
By Jacob Radcliff, mayor, and Richard Riker, recorder, of the city of New-York
New York (N.Y.). Mayor
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 41606|
|Contributions||Radcliff, Jacob, 1764-1844|
|The Physical Object|
The Recorder of New York City was a municipal officer of New York City from until He was at times a judge of the Court of General Sessions, of the Court of Special Sessions, and the New York Court of Common Pleas; Vice-President of the Board of Supervisors of New York County; Vice-President of the Board of Aldermen of New York City; Deputy Mayor of New York City. Minutes of the Common Council of the City of New York, Volume : Council, New York. Common: Libros en idiomas extranjeros. Saltar al contenido principal. Prueba Prime Hola, Identifícate Cuenta y listas Identifícate Cuenta y Format: Tapa blanda.
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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. By Jacob Radcliff mayor, and Richard Riker recorder, of the city of New-York: it is hereby certified, that By Jacob Radcliff have this day examined [blank] certain [blank] Negro slave named [blank] the property of [blank] about to be manumitted, and [blank] appearing to us to be of sufficient ability to provide [blank] we have granted this certificate, this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our.
Get this from a library. By Jacob Radcliff, mayor, and Richard Riker, recorder, of the city of New-York. [Jacob Radcliff; New York (N.Y.). Mayor.]. By Jacob Radcliff, mayor, and Richard Riker, recorder, of the city of New-York by New York (N.Y.) (Book) 5 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
To Be Mayor of New York is a rich tome that spans the rich mosaic of ethnic politics in New York over nearly a century. As waves of immigrants filled the barrios, tenements, and ghettos, they also filled the voter roles, political machines, and patronage by: Lines to the Recorder by Fitz-Greene Halleck (Book); Letters addressed to the Board of Health, and to Richard Riker, recorder of the city of New-York: on and Richard Riker subject of his agency in constituting a special medical council by James R Manley (Book).
Signed by Jacob Radcliff, Mayor, and Richard Riker, Recorder, of the City of New York. Fascimile of original at Register's Office Library, No. Manumission certificate for a slave named George, signed by Radcliffe and Riker, New York City, 24 April Reproduced by permission of the New York Public Library, Slavery and Abolition Collection.
Text of certificate (written words italicized): By Jacob Radcliff Mayor, and Richard Riker / Recorder, of the City of New-York. A directory of New York City forvol. 1, p. Rikers Island was named after Richard Riker (). Riker reportedly was a member of a New York Kidnapping Club.
It was composed of local officials, such as Tobias Boudinot and Daniel D. Nash, who captured Free Blacks and turned them in for a reward. Black abolitionists, including David Ruggles in New York City, formed vigilance. -Manumission certificate for a slave named George, signed by Radcliffe and Riker, New York City, 24 April Reproduced by permission of the New York Public Library, Slavery and Abolition Collection.
Text of certificate (written words italicized): By Jacob Radcliff Mayor, and Richard Riker / Recorder, of the City of New-York.
Jacob Radcliff or Radclift (Ap – May 6, ) was Mayor of New York City from toand from to Life. He was born on Apin Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, New graduated from Princeton University in and practiced law under Egbert Benson, the first New York Attorney was admitted to the bar inand Alma mater: Princeton University.
The 19th-century historian Benson John Lossing offers another version of Riker. He writes in his book, History of New York City, that Riker was an “upright and sagacious judge at the head. Compre o livro Citywide Elected Offices of New York City: Mayors of New York City, New York City Comptrollers, New York City Recorders na : confira as ofertas para livros em inglês e importadosFormat: Capa Comum.
He practiced law in New York and served as district attorney for Westchester and Queens counties from toand beginning in the latter year served two decades as recorder of the City of New York. Riker's Island in the East River bears the family name.
His portrait was a gift to the Society from his great-grandson. Signing the manumission is Mayor Jacob Radcliff and Richard Riker, Recorder. (shelved 2 times as new-york-history) avg rating — 3, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Richard Riker: District Attorney of the First District Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond, Suffolk, and Westchester counties – Succeeded by Richard Riker: Political offices Preceded by Jacob Radcliff: Mayor of New York City – Succeeded by Stephen Allen: U.S.
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City of New-York, ss. A law for regulating Negroes and slaves in the night time Published: () By Jacob Radcliff mayor, and Richard Riker recorder, of the city of New-York, it is hereby certified. Full text of "Minutes of the Common Council of the City of New York, " See other formats.Big Ideas in Medicine Everyday Mormon Girl Miss Civilization by DAVIS, Richard Harding Audio Jungle Brent Haeseker - Website Consultant IndieFeed: Indie Pop Music LET IT LUCE with Alicia Dukov.
Featured Full text of "Minutes of the Common Council of the City of. As New York’s City Recorder from toRichard Riker was the legal official responsible for returning the city’s fugitive slaves to their masters in the South.
In Gateway to Freedom, Eric Foner details Riker’s involvement in a network of pro-slavery officials and slave-traders known as the “Kidnapping Club.”.