4 edition of Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of Comfort Sands, and others. found in the catalog.
Report of the Committee of Claims, on the petition of Comfort Sands, and others.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 33002.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of the Treasury.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6,  p.|
Scope and arrangement The surveys, plats, and maps that comprise the bulk of the Bancker plans show the streets, buildings, farms, and harbors of early New York. He wanted the matter brought to Washington's attention and medicines sent to Dr. He received and delivered all medicines and surgical instruments; in short, he functioned as a medical storekeeper, with Congress providing the funds to pay for medicines delivered to him by merchants. Shiplien had felt that sheets might be obtained by assessment, a procedure that had been used earlier to obtain blankets. Verplanck died in and Nicholas Gouverneur was chosen president.
In the year he deeded this property to his son-in-law, Etienne de Lancey, probably wishing to retire to his manor on the Hudson. The influenza of was a greater blow to the insurance business than any war. Mission to Rockaway of De Vries and Olfertsen. When the troops had moved, all the sick in the regimental hospitals had been suddenly delivered to the Director General, who did not have sufficient surgeons and nurses to care for them.
The house was formerly occupied by Edward Cooper son of the late Peter Cooperwho was, at one time, Mayor of the City. England, ed. Philadelphia: : Printed for Mathew Carey, no. And of the independence of the United States the twenty-eighth. On 29 April it directed and empowered Dr.
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They were to be 15 feet wide, 25 feet long, and at least 9 feet high, covered with boards or shingles. Many of the policies of the company therefore lapsed, but, in its spirit of humanity, no settlement was refused to a On the petition of Comfort Sands client when the deceased had not actually taken up arms against the Federal Government.
In some colonies inoculation was practiced; in others it was prohibited by law. In the same manner that the great business of Lloyd's originated in the gathering of shippers at Thomas Lloyd's Tavern, so in old New York the first insurance office was the Tontine Coffee House.
Rickman did not consider his department subordinate to, or under the direction of, Dr. Washington agreed with the Director General that when a soldier was so sick that he could not be left in camp, he should be sent to the general hospital.
The garden contained a ring large enough for riding purposes. It confirmed to the Indians the little patches around their wigwams on which they raised their corn, but declared that the rest belonged to the whites on the authority of the first chapter of Genesis 'and the invitation of the Indians.
Whitehall [Penn. Driven from England by intolerance, the Puritans, when placed in control of social and political conditions, exhibited a degree of paternalism not less despotic than that from which they themselves had suffered. By this survey we learn that the gneiss that crosses under the East River and approaches the surface on the petition of Comfort Sands Astoria, is and others.
book only bed rock to be found on Long Island, Brooklyn resting on a cushion of glacial drift that in some places is three hundred feet deep. Although American doctors relied on the so-called heroic remedies of emetics, purges, and bleeding in the treatment on the petition of Comfort Sands patients, they were inclined by necessity to use simpler remedies that utilized native herbs.
New York, — Potts as purveyor in the Middle Department, Craigie continued to function as his purchasing agent. On 20 July he informed the President of the Continental Congress that there was neither a principal director nor any subordination among the surgeons.
The collection also includes to-scale plats showing boundaries and divisions. They also had a good supply of hemp which they offered in trade, and must have understood its manufacture in a rude way. Its business was carefully organized between andwhen it began the life of service that has earned for it the title of the "Old Reliable.
Magistrates would not permit quartermasters Scarcity of Drugs and Instruments Medical knowledge in the eighteenth century even among European physicians was not impressive. When the British evacuated Boston, Dr. Congress concurred in the report but did not appoint a committee until 18 September after Dr.
He emphasized the need for cleanliness, the avoidance of overcrowding, and the importance of keeping the sick separated from the wounded in military hospitals. New Testament. John R. Their attempt at uniform rates was not wholly successful. Cochran accepted his appointment by letter on 3 February; see 19 Feb Though it was not his duty to furnish provisions for hospitals, he added, he had nevertheless helped to supply them.
The latter, who hoped to be made director of the Middle Department under his proposed reorganization plan, also set forth a pay scale, but Washington judged it to be too high, since the pay of a director would exceed considerably that of a major general.
He added that a revision of the pay of regimental surgeons and mates was also necessary; these appointments were essential, but the pay was so low that men of ability would not accept them. Every wigwam in which death occurred was immediately demolished, and a new one, if needed, erected in its stead.
A number of plats record the division and conveyance of lots of land under water or "soil under water" extending into the Hudson and East River, an activity especially prevalent in the late 18th century.PREFACE.
At the time of his death, inMr. Ostrander had completed considerable MS. for a history of the City of Brooklyn and Kings County; had prepared many chronological notes with a view to fuller writing, and had accumulated a mass of material in the form.
Scope and Content note. Record Group II: L'Hommedieu Family contains records belonging to Benjamin L’Hommedieu II, but is made up primarily of the personal and business papers of Ezra L’Hommedieu, a prominent New York attorney and statesman of the Revolutionary Era. AMERICAN STATE PAPERS (Gales & Seaton); complete volume set; early Americana - $1, View items for saleComplete volume set of the AMERICAN STATE PAPERS, published from to by Gales & Seaton in Washington, D.C.
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