Documents of the Board of Aldermen of the City of New-York, Volume 3

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The Board, 1837 - New York (N.Y.)

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Page 270 - Every pawnbroker shall at the time of each loan deliver to the person pawning or pledging any goods, article, or thing, a memorandum or note, signed by him or her, containing the substance of the entry required to be made in his or her book by the last preceding section...
Page 465 - ... that danger to the supremacy of Great Britain is to be apprehended ; — that it is from the silent and peaceful rivalry of American commerce, the growth of its manufactures, its rapid progress in internal improvements, the superior education of its people, and their economical and pacific government — that it is from these, and not from the barbarous policy or the impoverishing armaments of Russia, that the grandeur of our commercial and national prosperity is endangered.
Page 59 - ... meet in the conference chamber and state to each other, verbally, or in writing, as either shall choose, the reasons of their respective Houses for and against the amendment, and confer freely thereon.
Page 307 - ... increase or diminish the aggregate valuations of real estate in any town or ward by adding or deducting such sum upon the hundred as may, in their opinion, be necessary to produce a just relation between all the valuations of real estate in the county...
Page 180 - STATE OF NEW YORK, Secretary's Office. I have compared the preceding with an original act of the Legislature of this state on file in this office, and do certify that the same is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of said original.
Page 178 - State of New York, Secretary's Office. I certify the preceding to be a true copy of an original Act of the Legislature of this State, on file in this Office.
Page 58 - When a bill or resolution, which shall have passed in one house, is rejected in the other, notice thereof shall be given to the house in which the same shall have passed.
Page 545 - An Act for supplying the City of New- York, with pure and wholesome water...
Page 540 - Legislature, for supplying the city of New York with pure and wholesome water.
Page 444 - ... first time adopted in this establishment. The import and export docks are parallel to each other, being divided by a range of warehouses, principally appropriated to the reception of rum, brandy and other spirituous liquors ; there are smaller warehouses and sheds on the quays of the export and south docks for the reception of goods sent down for exportation. The warehouses for imported goods are on the four quays of the import dock. They are well contrived and are of great extent, being calculated...

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