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Clinton, Charles 1690-1773

Overview
Works: 12 works in 13 publications in 1 language and 14 library holdings
Genres: Maps‡vManuscript  Charters  Surveys  Trials, litigation, etc  History 
Roles: Author
Classifications: PS504,
Publication Timeline
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Publications about  Charles Clinton Publications about Charles Clinton
Publications by  Charles Clinton Publications by Charles Clinton
posthumous Publications by Charles Clinton, published posthumously.
Most widely held works about Charles Clinton
 
Most widely held works by Charles Clinton
by Clinton family ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Chiefly correspondence relating to family matters. Other topics include the 1792 and 1804 presidential elections in New York, New York City municipal charter of 1802, Aaron Burr, and Napoleon and European affairs in 1806. Persons represented include Charles Clinton (1690-1773); his sons, Charles Clinton, Jr. (1734-1791), George Clinton (1739-1791), and James Clinton (1733-1812); and James Clinton's sons, Alexander Clinton (1765-1787), Charles Clinton (1767-1821), DeWitt Clinton (1769-1828), and George Clinton, Jr. (1771-1809)
Journal of his New York campaign in the French war by Charles Clinton ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
George Clinton papers by William L. Clements Library ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This collection contains the letters, documents, and accounts of George Clinton, colonial governor of New York. The bulk of the collection is comprised of drafts of Clinton's letters, incoming official letters, Clinton's letter book for 1752-1753, military memoranda, documents related to Indian affairs, and personal, government, and military accounts created during King George's War
by Alexander family ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Series of court papers contains writs, warrants, motions, statements of case, pleas, dockets, indictments, etc., pertaining to court cases prosecuted during James Alexander's time as attorney-general of New Jersey or cases with which he was involved as part of his private practice. Also included in this series are the findings of Coroner's Juries. Court cases documented here include both civil and criminal cases heard before courts in New York and New Jersey, including the New Jersey Court of Chancery, the New Jersey Court of Vice-Admiralty, the New Jersey Supreme Court, the New York Court of Admiralty, and the New York Supreme Court. Papers relating to the New Jersey Proprietors principally concern the Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New Jersey, for whom James Alexander served as agent. Material includes minutes of the Proprietor's meetings, reports, accounts, and memoranda; and relate to various aspects of the administration of the proprietorship, including the advertising, surveying, and sale of lands, and the distribution of dividends. Other material concerns the dispute between the Eastern and Western Proprietors over the exact location of the boundary between East and West New Jersey. Also included in this series is the diary, 1752-1775, of George Ryerse, who acted as the Eastern Proprietor's agent in Bergen County. Papers relating to the administration of the colony/state of New Jersey include drafts of legislation, instructions to the personnel of the Surveyor general's office, and copies of commissions issued to colony/state officials. Similar series of documents pertaining to the colony/state of New York include drafts of legislation, petitions, material regarding the establishment of the New York-Connecticut boundary, and material regarding the establishment of the New York-New Jersey boundary. Final series of business papers contains documents relating to the business affairs of individuals other than James, William, and Mary Alexander; including bills, accounts, receipts memoranda, etc. of a wide variety of persons. Included in this series is material created by or pertaining to a group of New York landowners collectively called the Second Nine Partners, Cortlandt Skinner, the merchant house of McVicker & Hill, New York Merchant Robert Snell, and merchants Andrew Bell and Peter Smitzer, both of Perth Amboy, New Jersey
 
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Languages
English (13)