New York Military Association 1853 Convention

Proceedings of the State Military Convention, held at Syracuse, January 11, 1853, and Constitution and By-Laws of the Military Association of the State of New York, with a List of Members, and Proceedings of the First Meeting, and Also, an Address, to the Officers of the N. Y. S. Militia.

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Names in this online transcription include Allen, Angle, Avery, Ball, Ballard, Beardsley, Benedict, Bentley, Bigelow, Blanchard, Bracket, Brintnal, Brisbane, Brower, Brown, Burhans, Burnside, Burroughs, Carey, Cassidy, Chapin, Cheney, Church, Clark, Comstock, Corning, Cowman, Crooke, Curtis, De Peyster, Devoe, Dewey, Dunham, Duryea, Evans, Fairchild, Fessenmeyer, France, Frisby, Fullerton, Goddard, Gould, Graham, Gray, Gregory, Grey, Griffin, Griffith, Harrington, Hatch, Hawley, Hermans, Hovey, Howard, Howell, Jenkins, Jennings, Judson, Langworthy, Lansing, Lawyer, Lee, Martin, May, McAlpine, McCardell, McDermot, McNeil, Mercer, Miller, Minard, Minier, Morse, Mumford, Parker, Patchin, Peers, Pfuffir, Pratt, Randall, Raymond, Resel, Reynold, Rice, Rich, Richardson, Riggs, Rodgers, Rumsey, Saxe, Schrugem, Scroggs, Seward, Seymour, Shaler, Spicer, Stevens, Swan, Taylor, Temple, Thomas, Tuttle, Tyler, Van Vechten, Vandenburgh, Vanderpool, Vaughn, Virgil, Von Beck, Wainwright, Walworth, Ward, Waterman, Welch, Wendall, Whitbeck, Whitford, Wilkinson, Willard, Wood.

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