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Fri Mar 21 17:15:49 2014 UTClccn-n800978710.00The "fervent Zeale" of Jacob Leisler /0.700.93Old New York, or, Democracy in 1689 a tragedy, in five acts /8689146Jacob_Leislern 80097871478856Leisler, Jacob, d. 1691Leisler, Jakob 1640-1691Leysler, Jacob 1640-1691Leysler, Jacob, -1691Leysler, Jacob, d.1691lccn-n79022820Andros, EdmundSir1637-1714lccn-n50041619Andrews, Charles McLean1863-1943edtlccn-n82219782Reich, Jerome R.lccn-n80008822Smith, Elizabeth Oakes Prince1806-1893lccn-n95064794Purple, Edwin R.(Edwin Ruthven)1831-1879lccn-nr91037275Free Soil Party (U.S.)lccn-sh2009006482Leisler familylccn-n84212943Hearty lover of King William and the Protestant religionlccn-n84212960Gentleman of the city of New Yorklccn-n87837998Sloughter, Henry-1691Leisler, Jacob-1691HistorySourcesControversial literatureLeisler, Jacob,United StatesNew York (State)Bacon's Rebellion (1676)Andros, Edmund,--Sir,TrialsPolitical scienceNew York (State)--New YorkCriminalsCrimeLeisler familyFree Soil Party (U.S.)Hutchinson, AnneCorbett, MichaelBayard, Nicholas,Zenger, John Peter,FamiliesAbolitionistsSlavery--JustificationSlavery--Extension to the territoriesLieutenant governorsMaule, Thomas,MassachusettsVirginiaRevolutionsGreat BritainInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Revolution of 1688 (Great Britain)WitchcraftAmericaConnecticutAllyn, John,TravelNew EnglandTreat, Robert,Controversial literatureMarylandTerritory and Dominion of New-England.--President (1686-1689 : Andros)Champlain, Samuel de,Territory and Dominion of New-England.--President (1686 : Dudley)Discoveries in geographyMassachusetts.--Governor (1689-1692 : Bradstreet)United States--Territory and Dominion of New-EnglandColonies--AdministrationColonies16401691169016911693169516981841184418451848184918501853186418681869187718841887188919131914191519201927193119381940194119421943194419491951195219531959196319671971197419781979198319891990199219931994199519992000200220052009417698228974.7F122ocn8655871691279ocn423614032file18500.92Leisler, JacobLetters to the people of Pennsylvania on the political principles of the Free Soil PartyControversial literature194ocn017426947com18490.93Leisler, JacobPapers relating to the administration of Lieut. Gov. Leisler. 1689-1691HistorySources82ocn729310041com16900.81Leisler, JacobA modest and impartial narrative of several grievances and great oppressions that the peaceable and most considerable inhabitants of Their Majesties province of New-York in America lye under, by the extravagant and arbitary proceedings of Jacob Leyster and his accomplicesHistorySources21ocn605169920art1994Voorhees, David WilliamThe "fervent Zeale" of Jacob Leisler21ocn557392702book19400.93Blunck, Hans FriedrichKämpfer auf fremdem Boden, Jakob LeislerHistory11ocn561663239book16910.88Leisler, JacobCaptain Leisler's case11ocn561663273book1693Leisler, JacobAn answer to the Reasons against Leisler's Bill; ... offered to the consideration of the ... House of Commons11ocn561663267book1693Leisler, JacobReasons humbly offer'd to the ... House of Commons against the passing the Bill for the reversing the attainder of J. Leisler, J. Milburn, A. Governour, and others11ocn865587169book1868Leisler, JacobDocuments relating to the administration of Jacob LeislerDocuments relate to years 1689-1769 in New York11ocn610678026art1994Voorhees, David William"Hearing ... what great success the dragonnades in france had" : Jacob Leisler's huguenot connections11ocn058758098mixLeisler, JacobHistoryNineteenth century copies of correspondence, orders, and other papers of Leisler, primarily relating to events in the two years prior to his execution for treason and his family's later efforts to reclaim his land (1689-1696). Much of the correspondence was received from government officials in Connecticut, including Robert Treat and John Allyn, relating to the turmoil in that state and New York following the Glorious Revolution in England. Other items in the volume include a manuscript history of these events by an unknown author (158 p.) and two documents concerning the restoration of his lands to his family by the Crown11ocn561663260book1691Leisler, JacobReasons for the reversal of Leisler's attainder, ... offered to the consideration of the ... House of Commons11ocn048135186art1942"Mariland's grievances wiy the have taken op arms"History11ocn797033259book1887Two rare tracts relating to the State of New YorkHistory11ocn605143429art1994Jacob Leisler11ocn504766153book19530.66Reich, Jerome RLeisler's Rebellion : a study of democracy in New York, 1664-1720History11ocn023747958mixPrince, ThomasPapersHistoryColonial Massachusetts and New England documents collected by Thomas Prince for his "Chronological History of New England in the Form of Annals" (1736). Included are letters to and from influential political figures in colonial Mass., among them Sir Edmund Andros, Joseph Dudley, John Cotton, Simon Bradstreet, Joseph Hinckley (Prince's maternal grandfather), Edward Randolph, Elisha Cooke, and Jacob Leisler. Among the topics discussed are the governments of the Massachusetts and Plymouth Bay Colonies, the Territory and Dominion of New-England following the revocation of the Mass. Bay charter in 1684, the imprisonment of Andros and Randolph in 1689, and relations between England and the colonies. Also included are Cotton and Increase Mather papers and other Cotton and Mather family papers, and letters between Prince and his brother Nathan11ocn603923932book15930.47Leisler, JacobQuaestiones iuris controversae, Avtoritate ... Hiorum in ... Basiliensium heademia Ord. Publici propositae ; qvas ... Pro insignitur ... Doctoralibus in utrogy Jure consequendis teubitur137313ocn000698030book19150.47Andrews, Charles McLeanNarratives of the insurrections, 1675-1690HistorySources"In the year 1676, the date of the first narrative in this volume, English settlements in America were still in the formative stage of their development. Though ideas and institutions were taking shape, the social order was unsettled and there prevailed a great variety of opinions similar to those held in England and ranging from the conservative ... to the radical. The colonies were receiving new accessions of people --English, French, and German -- and each newcomer, having fled from persecution or economic distress abroad, added to the stock of varied and often antagonistic opinions on matters of politics and religion." -- Introd4752ocn000476516book19530.66Reich, Jerome RLeisler's Rebellion : a study of democracy in New York, 1664-1720History2778ocn011307822book16900.81Leisler, JacobA modest and impartial narrative of several grievances and great oppressions that the peaceable and most considerable inhabitants of Their Majesties province of New-York in America lye under, by the extravagant and arbitary proceedings of Jacob Leyster and his accomplicesHistorySources26211ocn795890808book18530.93Smith, Elizabeth Oakes PrinceOld New York, or, Democracy in 1689 a tragedy, in five actsHistoryDrama2088ocn013111136book16980.90Gentleman of the city of New YorkA letter from a gentleman of the city of New York, to another, concerning the troubles which happen'd in that province in the time of the late happy revolutionHistory1226ocn317690622file18770.84Purple, Edwin RGenealogical notes relating to Lieut.-Gov. Jacob Leisler and his family connections in New YorkGenealogy"Jacob Leisler ... from Frankfort, came to New Netherland a soldier in the West India Company's service in 1660. He embarked in the ship Otter from Amsterdam, the 27th of April of that year. There was a tradition among his descendants that he came originally from France, and a vague report, a hundred years or so ago in New York, that he was Swiss. It is more likely that he was born in Frankfort, and was, therefore a native of Germany."--P. 7. On 11 April 1663 Jacob married Elsje Tymens, widow of Pieter (Cornelisen) Vander Veen and daughter of Tymens (Thymens) and Marritje Janszen. She was born in New Amsterdam. Jacob Leisler and his son-in-law Jacob Milborne " ... were convicted and attainted of high treason ... and sentenced to death. They were executed together [in what is now present day New York City] near the site of the present Hall of Records, on Saturday, May 16, 1691 ... "--P. 8. "Elsje Tymens, the widow of Jacob Leisler, survived him some 13 or 14 years. She was living Sept. 17, 1704, at which date she was a sponsor at the baptism of Elizabeth, dau. of Barent Reinders."--P. 101134ocn013672268book16980.93Hearty lover of King William and the Protestant religionLoyalty vindicated being an answer to a late false, seditious & scandalous pamphlet entituled A letter from a gentleman of the City of New York to another concerning the troubles which happen'd in that province in the time of the late happy revolution : published for the sake of truth & justiceHistory1076ocn062813002com16980.88Loyalty vindicated from the reflections of a virulent pamphlet called (A Letter from a gentleman of New-York, concerning the troubles which happened in that province, in the time of the late happy revolution) wherein the libellous author falslely [sic] scandalises those loyal gentlemen, who couragiously threw off the absolute slavery that province then lay under ; and declar'd for His present Majesty, the Protestant religion, and the English laws996ocn062815649com16910.86A Modest and impartial narrative of several grievances and great oppressions that the peaceable and most considerable inhabitants of Their Majesties province of New York lie under, by the extravagant and arbitrary proceedings of Jacob Leysler and his accomplicesHistory928ocn062817024com16910.88New York (Colony)Civitat. New-York, April. 17. 1691. Annoque Reg. Regis & Reginæ Gulielm. & Mariæ tertio. By His Excellency the governour and Council, and House of Representatives for the province of New-York, viz. Die Veneris April 17. 1691.856ocn019589768book19710.86McCormick, Charles HLeisler's rebellionHistory763ocn042463135book19990.86The Leisler papers, 1689-1691 : files of the Provincial Secretary of New York relating to the administration of Lieutenant-Governor Jacob LeislerHistoryArchivesSources+-+K573710635693ocn004506720book19130.86Bates, William OJacob Leisler; a play of old New YorkDrama685ocn002973181art18680.92Documents relating to the administration of Jacob LeislerHistory611ocn505983725com18410.73Chandler, Peleg WAmerican criminal trialsTrials, litigation, etc497ocn001466551book19380.86Langenbeck, Curt... Der hochverräter; tragisches schauspielDrama472ocn011083723book18680.93Loyalty vindicated being an answer to a late false, seditious and scandalous pamphlet entituled, "A letter from a gent., etc."History423ocn003299827book19510.76Blunck, Hans FriedrichKampf um Neuyork; die Geschichte des Pfälzers Jakob LeislerHistoryFictionThe story of Jacob Leisler, a merchant and politician in colonial New York who seized the reigns of British colonial government in 1689 and held them until 1691385ocn123449852com16980.92A letter from a gentleman of the city of New York to another concerning the troubles which hapened in that province in the time of the late happy revolutionHistory363ocn606569608file16900.63A Modest and impartial narrative of several grievances and great oppressions that the peaceable and most considerable inhabitants of Their Majesties province of New York in America lyeHistorySources+-+K573710635Fri Mar 21 15:54:06 EDT 2014batch24200