Laws of the State of New-York, passed at the Sixty-seventh Session of the Legislature, 1844
Laws of the State of New-York, passed at the Sixty-seventh Session of the Legislature, 1844
Laws of the State of New-York, passed at the Sixty-seventh Session of the Legislature, 1844

Laws of the State of New-York, passed at the Sixty-seventh Session of the Legislature, 1844

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Laws of the State of New-York, passed at the Sixty-seventh Session of the Legislature, begun and held in the City of Albany, the Second Day of January, 1844. Albany: C. Van Benthuysen and Co., 1844. [7931]

Brown leather spine & corners, red leather title label, 5 3/4 x 9 inches, chipped at the head of the spine. Binding worn and rubbed, outer hinges fair with some cracks, nothing detached. 607 pp., foxing, text block tight. "Wheatland" in brown ink on front cover. Offset stain between two page where something once laid. Fair. Hardcover.

The Index is sorted, in addition to other ways, by town and county, so one can quickly find what pertains to your area.

Railroads are beginning, with several Acts pertaining to them.

An Act to establish the Fire Department in the Village of Owego.

An Act regarding the incorporation of the Village of Sherburne - the Trustees, among other duties, were to "suppress and restrain all disorderly houses, houses of ill fame, gaming houses, and instruments and devices for the purpose of gaming." 

An Act to incorporate the Village of Skaneateles. An Act to establish a ferry across Cayuga Lake. A long Act to amend the act to incorporate the city of Rochester. (75 pp).

An Act to incorporate the Village of Mohawk.

An Act in relation to State Prisons. &c.    

Many references to roads, bridges, payments to individuals, firemen & companies, village meetings, turnpikes, &c.