To the freeholders and freemen, of the city of New-York : Gentlemen, We beg leave to return you our most hearty thanks, for the general approbation you have shewn of our past conduct, by nominating your late members as candidates for the ensuing election ...
- Cruger, John, 1710-1791
- De Lancey, James, 1732-1800
- To 1775
- Nominations for office—New York (State)
- Elections—New York (State)
- Nominations for office
- Politics and government
- New York (State)—Politics and government—To 1775
- New York (State)—History—Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775—Sources
- New York (State)
- Signed: We are with the greatest respect, gentlemen, your most obedient, and obliged humble servants, James De Lancey, Jacob Walton, James Jauncey., Followed by: Gentlemen, Your votes and interest are therefore requested at the ensuing election for John Cruger, James De Lancey, Jacob Walton, James Jauncey., Ascribed to the press of John Holt by Evans., and Date of publication supplied by Evans.
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- Evans, C. American bibliography 11234
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