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Página 73 - The Gift of her Majesty, Anne, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, and of her Plantations in North America, Queen, to her Indian Chapel of the Mohawks.
Página 43 - ... Corner. A trading house outside the stockade. On South Pearl street wall County Bank Building (at first was on the original house torn down to make place for the bank). Inscription: The oldest building in Albany, built 1667. Birthplace of General Philip Schuyler and Elizabeth Schuyler, his daughter, wife of Alexander Hamilton. Adjoining on the west was the famous Lewis Tavern.
Página 44 - Reveal to the Lord thy way and trust in him ;" and again it says: "Confess thou to the Lord, for He is good, for His mercy endureth forever...
Página 41 - On the north east corner of Broadway, then Court street, and Hudson, then Spanish street, stood the second City' Hall, erected 1705, in which the famous Congress of 1754 "Met and prepared a union of the several colonies for mutual defense and security.
Página 41 - Upon this spot, washed by the tide, stood the North East bastion of Fort Orange, erected about 1623. Here the powerful Iroquois met the deputies of this and other colonies in conference to establish treaties. Here the first courts were held. Here in 1643, under the direction of Dominie Johannes Megapolensis, a learned and estimable minister, the earliest church was erected North West of the fort, and to the South of it stood the dominie's house.
Página 47 - License to John Shutte to be the English Schoolmaster at Albany ; And, upon condition that the said John Shutte shall not demand any more wages from each Schollar than is given by the Dutch to their Dutch Schoolmasters, I have further granted to the said John Shutte that hee shall bee the onely English Schoolmaster at Albany. Given under my hand, at Fort James in New York, the 12th day of October 1665. l RICH'D NICOLLS. Our next quotation, of five years...
Página 42 - February 9, 1690. after a hard ride by the way of Niskayuna in the intense cold and deep snow, shot in the thigh and his horse wounded, arrived with just enough strength to awaken the guard and alarm the people of Albany with the news 'Yt ye French and Indians have murthered ye people of Skinnechtady!' Symon's son and negroes were killed on that fatal night. Symon died in New York, 1696. To the north was the road to the Canadas. Through this gate passed many of the troops at various times rendezvoused...
Página 28 - THOMAS DONGAN, Lieutenant and Governor of the Province of NEW- YORK, and Dependencies in AMERICA, under his most sacred Majesty, JAMES the Second...
Página 41 - Facing the river on an eminence on this broad street opposite St. Peter's church stood Fort Frederick. Built about 1676. Removed 1789. Gallows Hill to the South. Fort burial ground to the North.
Página 48 - Beaver street wall of building, northwest corner Beaver and Green streets. Inscription : Site of Hugh Denniston's tavern. The first stone house in Albany, where Gen. Washington was presented with the freedom of the city in 1782 and 1783. It was removed during the year of the first cholera, 1832.