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Justices in the Kings County
Stephen Courtlandt Judge of ye Common Pleas
Roeloffe Martinse

Dirk Huyle
Nicholas Stillwell

John Theunisse

9 Joseph Hogeman

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Peter Cortiliau Henry Filkin

Stoffell Probasco Gerryt Strycker Esqr Sherriff. Dukes County consisting of Nantuckett and Martins Vineyard claimed by Sr William Phipps, the case of Martins Vineyard laid before their Ma’ties.

Orange County not above twenty families, for the present under the the care of New York

Dutchess County haveing very few inhabitants committed to the care of the county of Ulster

Surveyors of Highways, Collectors, Assessors and Constables, are elective throughout the whole Province

An Account of all Establishm's of Jurisdictions within this

Province. Single Justice — Every Justice of the Peace hath power to

determine any suite or controversy to the value of forty

shillings Quarter Sessions—The Justices of the Peace in Quarter Sessions

have all such powers and authorities as are granted in a

Commission of ye Peace in England County CourtThe County Court or Common Pleas hath cogni

zance of civil Accôns to any value, excepting what concerns title of land, and noe Accôn can be removed from this court

if the damage be under twenty pounds. Mayor and Aldermen—The Court of Mayor and Aldermen hath

the same power with the County Courts. Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court hath the powers of Kings

Bench, Common Pleas & Exchequer in England, & noe

accôn can be removed from this court if under £100. Chancery.—The Governour and Councill are a court of Chancery

and have the powers of the Chancery in England, from whose sentence or decree nothing can be removed under £300

Prerogative Court.—The Governour discharges the place of Or

dinary in granting Administracôns and proveing Wills &c.
The Secretary is Register. The Govern" is about to appoint
Delegates in the remoter parts of the Government, with
Supervisors for looking after intestates estates & provideing

for orphans Court MarshallThe Govern" hath established a Court Martiall

att Albany whereof Major Richa Ingoldesby is President & Robert Livingston Judge Auvocate who with the other cômissionated Captains att Albany have power to exercise

Martiall Law, being a frontear Garrison and in actuall warr. Admiralty Their Majesties reserve the appointment of a Judge, Register, and Marshall

M. CLARKSON Secry.

A STATE OF THE MILLITIA

IN THEIR MAJESTIES PROVINCE OF NEW YORK IN AMERICA, APRIL 1693. [Lond. Doc. IX.]

Men. The Millitia of the Citty and County of New Yorke & Orange, commanded by Coll: Abraham Depeyster, being Eight Companys of foot, and one Troop of Horse, consisting of - - - - - - - - - 477

The Millitia of Queens County in ye Island of Nassaw, commanded by by Coll. Thomas Willett being nine Companys Foot, and one Troop of Horse consisting of - - 580

The Millitia of Suffolke County in the Island of Nassaw commanded by Coll: John Young being nine companys of Foot, consisting of - - - - - - - 533

The Millitia of Kings County in ye Island of Nassaw, commanded by Coll: Stephanus Van Cortland, being six Companys of Foot and one Troop of Horse, consisting of - 319

The Millitia of the county of Albany comânded by Major Peter Schuyler being five companys of Foot and one Troop of Horse, now formed into Dragoons by the Govern", consisting of - - - - - - - - 359 The Millitia of Ulster and Dutchess Countys comânded by Lieut Coll. Beeckman being four Companys of Foot and one Troop of Horse now made Dragoons, consisting of - 277

The Millitia of the County of Westchester, comânded by Coll. Caleb Heathcott, being six Companys of Foot, consisting of - - - - - - - - 283

The Millitia of the County of Richmond commanded by Capt Andrew Cannon being two Companys of Foot, consisting of - - -

- - - 104

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XI.

PAPERS

RELATING TO

Count de Frontenar's Expedition

AGAINST

THE ONONDAGOES.

1696.

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