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Holland was renewed, and was not terminated until the treaty of London, in 1674, when the colony was finally ceded to England. Appointed 1674 Sir Edmund Andross. 1682

Brockholst, President. 1683 Thomas Dongan. 1689 Francis Nicholson, Lieutenant Governor. 1690 Jacob Leisler, Lieutenant Governor.

W He was tried for usurping the government,

and executed ; but his attainder was afterwards

reversed in Parliament. 1691 Henry Sloughter. 1692 Joseph Dudley, President. 1692 Richard Ingoldsby, President. 1692 Benjamin Fletcher. 1697 Earl of Bellamont. 1701

Smith, President. 1701 John Nanfan. 1702 Lord Cornbury. 1708 Lord Lovelace. 1709 Richard Ingoldsby, Lieutenant Governor. 1710 Gerardus Beekman, President. 1710 Robert Hunter. 1719 Peter Schuyler, President. 1720 William Burnet. 1728 John Montgomerie. 1731 Rip Van Dam, President. 1732 William Cosby. 1736 George Clark, President.

O In 1736, Rip Van Dam claimed the presidency,

and exercised some executive acts; but the

council declared in favour of George Clark. 1743 George Clinton. 1753 Danvers Osborn. 1753 James De Lancy, Lieutenant Governor. 1755 Sir Charles Hardy. 1757 James De Lancy, Lieutenant Governor. 1760 Cadwallader Colden, President. 1762 Robert Monkton,

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EXECUTIVE AND JUDICIAL OFFICERS.

1763 Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant Governor. 1765 Henry Moore. 1769 Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant Governor. 1770 Earl of Dunmore. 1771 William Tryon. 1775 Cadwallader Colden, Acting Lieutenant Governor.

A List of the principal Executive and Judicial Officers of

the STATE OF New-YORK, since the Declaration of Independence, with the dates of their election or appointment to their respective offices.

Governors. Elected

Elecled 1777 George Clinton. 1817 De Witt Clinton. 1795 John Jay.

(1822 Joseph C. Yates. 1801 George Clinton.. 1824. De Witt Clinton. 1804 Morgan Lewis. 1828 Martin Van Buren. 1807 Daniel D. Tompkins.

Lieutenant Governors. Elected

|Elected 1778 Pierre Van Cortlandt. 1812 De Witt Clinton. 1795 Stephen Van Rensse- 1814 John Tayler. laer.

1822 Erastus Root. 1801 Jeremiah Van Rens-1824 James Tallmadge, jr. selaer.

1826 Nathaniel Pitcher. 1804 John Broome. 1828 Enos T. Throop.

@ In 1817, the government was administered by the Hon. John TAYLER, lieutenant governor, from Fe. bruary to July. ' After the death of His Excellency DE WITT CLINTON, February 11th, 1828, the government was administered by the Hon. NATHANIEL PITCHER, lieutenant governor, until the expiration of his term of office: and since the resignation of His Excellency MARTIN VAN BUREN, March 12th, 1829, the government has been, and now is, administered by the Hon. Enos T. THROOP, lieutenant governor.

EXECUTIVE AND JUDICIAL OFFICERS.

Secretaries of State. Appointed

Appointed 1778 John Morin Scott. 1811 Elisha Jenkins. 1784 Lewis A. Scott. 1813 Jacob Rutsen Van 1798 Daniel Hale.

Rensselaer. 1801 Thomas Tillotson. 1815 Peter B. Porter. 1806 Elisha Jenkins. 1816 Robert Tillotson, 1807 Thomas Tillotson. 1817 Charles D. Cooper. 1808 Elisha Jenkins. 1818 John Van Ness Yates: 1810 Daniel Hale. 1826 Azariah C. Flagg:

Auditor. 1782

Peter T. Curtenius.

Surveyors General. 1781 Philip Schuyler. | 1784 Simeon De Witt.

Treasurers. 1778 Gerard Bancker. 11813 Charles Z. Platt. 1798 Robert M.Lallen 1817 Gerrit L. Dox. 1803 Abraham G. Lansing. 1821 Benjamin Knower. 1808 David Thomas. 1824 Abraham Keyser, jr. 1810 Abraham G. Lansing. 1825 Gamaliel H. Barstow. 1812 David Thomas. 1826 Abraham Keyser.

Comptrollers. 1797 Samuel Jones. 1821 John Savage. 1800 John V. Henry. 1823 William L. Marcy. 1801 Elisha Jenkins. 1829 Silas Wright, jun. 1808 Archibald M·Intyre.

Chancellors. 1777 Robert R. Livingston.[1823 Nathan Sanford. 1801 John Lansing, jun. 1826 Samuel Jones. 1814 James Kent. 1828 Reuben H.Walwortlı.

Chief Justices of the Supreme Court. 1777 John Jay.

11804 James Kent. 1779 Richard Morris. 1814 Smith Thompson. 1790 Robert Yates. 1819 Ambrose Spencer. 1798 John Lansing, jun.

1823 John Savage. 1801 Morgan Lewis.

Associate Justices. Appointed

Appointed 1777 Robert Yates. 1802 Smith Thompson. 1777 John Sloss Hobart. 1804 Ambrose Spencer. 1790 John Lansing, jun. 1804 Daniel D. Tompkins. 1792 Morgan Lewis. 1807 Wm. W. Van Ness. 1794 Egbert Benson. 1808 Joseph C. Yates. 1798 James Kent.

1814 Jonas Platt. 1798 John Cozine.

1819 *John Woodworth. 1798 Jacob Radcliff. 1823 Jacob Sutherland. 1802 Brockholst Livingston 1829 William L. Marcy.

Attorneys General. 1777 Egbert Benson. 1808+Matthias B. Hildreth. 1789 Richard Varick, 1810 Abrm. Van Vechten. 1789 Aaron Burr.

1811fMatthias B. Hildreth. 1791 Morgan Lewis. |1812Thos. Addis Emmet. 1792 Nathaniel Lawrence. 1813 Abrm. Van Vechten. 1795 Josiah Ogden Hoff. 1815 Martin Van Buren.

1819 Thomas J. Oakley. 1802 Ambrose Spencer. 1821 Samuel A. Talcott. 1804 John Woodworth. 1829 Greene C. Bronson.

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MILITARY DEPARTMENT.

Adjutants General. Appointed

Appointed 1786. Nicholas Fish. 1811 William Paulding. 1793 David Van Horne. 1813 Solomon Van Rensse. 1801 Solomon Van Rensse

laer. laer.

1821 William L. Marcy. 1809 William Paulding. 1823 Charles G. Haines. 1810 Solomon Van Rensse- 1825 Nicholas F. Beck. laer.

Judge Advocates General. 1818 Moses I. Cantine. 11821 Gerrit V. Denniston. 1819 Peter Gansevoort.

* John Woodworth was re-appointed in 1823, under the new Constitution.

+ It is worthy of remark, that of fifteen persons who have held the office of Altorney General of this state, during a period of fifty-three years, all are now living, except those to whose names the † is prefixed.

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CONGRESSIONAL AND ELECTORAL DISTRICTS.

Appointed.

| Appointed. Quartermaster General.

Surgeon General. 1820 Wm. Bayard, jun 1819 Samuel L. Mitchell.

Commissaries of Military Stores. 1789 Sebastian Bauman. 11801 John M.Lean. 1794 Robert Hunter. 1813 Richard Platt. 1798 Ebenezer Stevens. |1815 Anthony Lamb.

In 1818, the title of the office was changed to Commissary General.

Commissaries General. 1818 Anthony Lamb. 11821 Alexander M. Muir.

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II. CONGRESSIONAL and ELECTORAL DISTRICTS in the

State of New York. There are thirty Congressional and Electoral Districts in the state.

Representatives Districts. Counties.

or Electors. 1 Suffolk and Queens,

1 2 Rockland, Richmond, and Kings,

1 3 New-York City and County,

3 4 Putnam and Westchester,

1 5 Dutchess,

1 6 Orange,

1 7 Ulster and Sullivan,

1 8 Columbia,

1 9 Rensselaer, 10 Albany,

1 11 Greene and Delaware,

1 12 Schoharie and Schenectady,

1 13 Otsego,

1 14 Oneida,

1 15 Herkimer,

1 16 Montgomery and Hamilton,

1 17 Saratoga,

1 18 Washington,

1 19 Clinton, Essex, Franklin, and Warren, I 20 Oswego, Jefferson, Lewis, and St. Lawrence, 2 21 Chenango and Broome,

) 22 Cortland and Madison,

1 23 Onondaga,

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