Statutes at Large of the State of New York: Comprising the Revised Statutes as They Existed on the 1st Day of July, 1862, and All the General Public Statutes Then in Force, with References to Judicial Decisions, and the Material Notes of the Revisers in Their Report to the Legislature, Volumen5

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W.C. Little, 1863
 

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Certain provisions applicable to these courts
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The justices courts in the city of New York
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Bill of Rights No enactment
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OF THE MANNER OF COMMENCING CIVIL ACTIONS 85
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OF THE PLEADINGS
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THE DEMURRER
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Security by plaintiff before order for arrest
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CHAPTER II
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Chap 306 Publication of Statutes III
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TELAL BY JURY
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Revised Statutes
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The same III
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Chap 337 State Loans III
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Laws of 1837 Chap 474 Limiting Bank Issues IV
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LANDS III
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LIBRARIES III
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General Statutes
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Chap 22 Amending same V
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Laws of 1830 Chap 117 Depredations on Canals III
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Other Offences V
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Proceedings in Criminal Cases V
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Chap 251 Amending Free Banking Act IV
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Chap 223 Foreign Bank Notes IV
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Coroners Inquests V
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Chap 236 Relative to Bank Department IV
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Juvenile Asylums V
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Chap 95 Life Insurance IV
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Entered according to act of Congress in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixtythree
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Vagrancy IV 16
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Lunatics and Idiots IV 18
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Appendix containing
Internal Administration XIX chapters 1
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OF THE FORM OF CIVIL ACTIONS 21
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General Statutes
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IN FIVE VOLUMES
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Medical Societies III 710
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Chap 206 Amending Act of 1813 III 715
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Drunkards IV 39
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Aliens IV
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Emigrants IV
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Laws of 1831 Chap 237 Deputy Clerks III
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Taxation and Assessments III
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Laws of 1816 Chap 133 Shinecock Tribe IV
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Public Health III
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Chap 280 To suppress Intemperance IV
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Public Instruction III
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Chap 283 Same IV
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Noxious Weeds IV
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Proof and Recording of Deeds c IV
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Laws of 1831 Chap 206 Collection of Tax III
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Laws of 1850 Chap 270 Commissioners in other States IV
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Chap 141 Notice of Protest IV
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Chap 282 Same IV
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Chap 261 Holidays IV
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Interest of Money IV
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Chap 172 Plea by Corporations IV
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Debtor and Creditor IV
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Death of Assignees IV
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Chap 300 To abolish Imprisonment IV
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Chap 52 Costs on Attachments IV
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Chap 418 Amending Act of 1831 IV
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Chap 138 Same IV
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Chap 165 Same ? IV
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Chap 242 Attachments IV 479 7
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Chap 158 Appointment of Assignees IV
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Amending Act of 1831 IV
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Chap 48 Amending Sundry Acts IV
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Unclaimed Freight and Baggage IV
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PUBLISHED
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Administration of Civil Justice IV
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Roads Bridges and Ferries III
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Courts of Special Jurisdiction IV
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Chap 140 Justice an Innholder IV
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CANALS III 147
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Chap 390 Plank Roads and Turnpikesi III
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Cemeteries III 745
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Provisions as to Criminal Courts
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Rivers and Ferries III
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Agricultural Societies III 757
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Telegraph Companies III 719
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Chap 340 Growth of Silk III 657
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Elections III 39
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Fisheries IV 95
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Chap 243 To Facilitate Construction III 719
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Chap 340 Amending same III 722
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Railroads III
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Militia III 245
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Births Marriages and Deaths IV 281
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Chap 282 Standard for Bran and Shorts III 865
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Poor Laws IV 1
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Chap 214 County Superintendents IV 6
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Chap 402 School Teachers III 499
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Chap 67 Incorporating Act III 726
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Chap 245 The same IV 9
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Legislature III 53
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Chap 176 Town and County Poor IV 10
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Chap 116 The same IV 11
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Trade III
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Chap 86 Auction Duties III
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Chap 72 Sale of Keg Oysters III
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Lien Laws IV
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Corporations III 674

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