1 edition of letter to John Lansing, Junior, Esquire, at present chancellor of the state of New York found in the catalog.
letter to John Lansing, Junior, Esquire, at present chancellor of the state of New York
|Contributions||Livingston, Robert R., 1746-1813., Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||AC901 .M5 vol. 807, no. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
|LC Control Number||94842206|
Edward Livingston () was a member of a socially prominent New York family and a businessman involved in the importation and sale of railroad materials. His maternal grandfather, John Lansing, Jr., was chancellor of New York. Livingston had two children, Clarisse Hazeltine Livingston and Edward Livingston, Jr. LANSING, JOHN, JR. (–?)Mayor John Lansing of Albany was one of three delegates from New York to the constitutional convention of A former member of Congress and an ally of Governor George Clinton, Lansing was chosen to represent the antinationalist sentiment of the state's political leadership. Lansing was a coauthor of the paterson plan and a spokesman for the faction that.
(by Gilbert Livingston and John Lansing delivered on J to the New York ratifying convention) Tuesday, June 24th, Convention assembled; and being resolved into a committee, the 1st paragraph of the 3d section of the 1st article was read; when Mr. G. LIVINGSTON rose, and addressed the chair. Robert Lansing (/ ˈ l æ n s ɪ ŋ /; Octo – Octo ) was an American lawyer and high government official who served as Counselor to the State Department at the outbreak of World War I, and then as United States Secretary of State under President Woodrow Wilson from to A conservative pro-business Democrat, he was pro-British and a strong defender of American Education: Amherst College (BA).
Yesterday marked the anniversary of John Lansing, Jr.'s mysterious death in Among other things, John Lansing, Jr. was a Justice (appointed ) and later Chief Justice () of New York's Supreme Court of Judicature -- the predecessor to the New York Court of Appeals (see "Duely and Constantly Kept" as reproduced at the Historical Society of the Courts of the State of New York"). Life and career. Kent was the son of Moss Kent, a lawyer from Dutchess County, New York and the first Surrogate of Rensselaer County, New York. He graduated from Yale College in , having helped establish the Phi Beta Kappa Society there in , and began to practice law at Poughkeepsie, New York in as an attorney, and in at the bar. In and Kent was a member from Born: J , Fredericksburg, Dutchess County, .
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John Lansing, Jr., was born in Albany, New York, Janu He studied law with Robert Yates in Albany and was admitted to practice in During he served as military secretary to General Philip Schuyler.
Resuming his law practice in Albany he served in the New York State Assembly six terms, and John Ten Eyck Lansing, Jr., born on Janu in Albany, New York, was of Dutch ancestry.
He graduated from King's College (Columbia University), studied law in Albany with Robert Yates (later Chief Justice of New York) and with James Duane in New York City, breaking from his studies in and to act as military secretary to General Schuyler.
John Ten Eyck Lansing, Jr. (Janu Albany, New York – vanished Decem New York City), was an American lawyer and politician. He was the uncle of Gerrit Y. Lansing. ==Career== Lansing studied law with Robert Yates in Albany, NY and was admitted to practice in A letter to John Lansing, Junior, Esquire, at present chancellor of the state of New-York / by Cato Clinton, George, [ Microform, Book: ] At National Library.
A letter to John Lansing, Junior, Esquire, at present chancellor of the state of New York: The opinions of the judges of the Supreme Court delivered in the Court of Errors, in the cause of Robert R.
Livingston and Robert Fulton, vs. James Van Ingen and twenty others. John Ten Eyck Lansing Jr. (Janu – vanished Decem ) was an American lawyer and politician.
Born and raised in Albany, New York, Lansing was trained as a lawyer, and was long involved in politics and government During the American Revolution he was military secretary to General Philip g served in the New York State Assembly frominand in Preceded by: Robert R.
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John Lansing, Jr. had quite an impressive career behind him when he left his New York City hotel to mail some letters on Decem The son of Albany silversmith Gerrit Lansing, he began as a teenaged law clerk in the years before the : Paula Lemire.
John Lansing, Jr. spent much of his life in service to the state of New York and to the newly formed United States. He was a member of the New York State Assembly, then Congress and became Speaker for two terms.
From he was mayor of Albany. Inhe served as a New York representative to the Constitutional Convention. In Chancery to the Honorable John Lansing Junior Esquire Chancellor of 4 the State of New York Ammended Bill in the case Rachel klin vs.
Fnoch blin and Eliza his wlfe, Elnathan Botsford, Asahel %toeit;-bBa Ingnaham and lbum Stone. May 2. P 3 n Receipt to Mr. Benedict Bobinson fm one deed. Signed by Nath Gesham 2 cn. John Lansing was born in Albany, New York on Janu Following his basic schooling he studied law in Albany and under James Duane in New York City.
He was admitted to the New York State Bar in He is best described as an American political leader and a. Working on The Other Realm: Book Three of the Utgarda Trilogy, I have been researching people who have mysteriously disappeared, dutifully captured from Wikipedia.
John Ten Eyck Lansing Jr. (Janu in Albany, New York – vanished Decem in New York City), was an American lawyer and politician. Lansing was a New York lawyer. He was a member of the U. Constitutional Convention, but did not sign the U. Constitution. He served as Chancellor of New York ().
From the description of [Letter] Feb. 19, New York [to] Dear Sir / J. Lansing. (Smith. The writ is on vellum, and measures approximately cm by cm. It was issued in in New York State.
There are four names that appear in this writ: Robert Bogardus, Benjamin Williamson, John Lansing Jr., and James Fairlie. Robert Bogardus ( – ) was a lawyer and politician from New York (“Robert Bogardus”, ).
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John Lansing, New York Ratifying Convention () Biographical Sites LANSING, John, Jr., (Biographical Directory of the US Congress) John Lansing, Jr.
(National Archives -- The Founding Fathers) John Lansing, Jr. (Colonial Albany Social History Project).The Online Books Page. Online Books by. New York (State). Court of Chancery. Books from the extended shelves: New York (State). Court of Chancery: Abstract of the decisions of the Chancellor.
(Saratoga Springs: H. Wilbur, //7), also by Oliver L. Barbour and Reuben Hyde Walworth (page images at HathiTrust) New York (State).Between and Lansing was chancellor of the state. Retirement from that post did not slow him down; in he accepted an appointment as a regent of the University of the State of New York.
Lansing's death was the most mysterious of all the delegates to the Constitutional Convention.