2 edition of Peter Van Schaack papers found in the catalog.
Peter Van Schaack papers
Peter Van Schaack
Written in English
Chiefly letters received by Peter Van Schaack after his return to New York together with a few letters of Henry Van Schaack. Correspondents include Loring Andrews, Cadwallader Colden, Abraham Cuyler, James Duane, Edmund Fanning, Jacob Ford, Ezekiel Gilbert, Henry Glen, Richard Harrison, John Sloss Hobart, John Honeywood, Moses Kent, Peter Robert Livingston, George D. Ludlow, Hosea Moffitt, Roger Morris, Thomas Morris, William Powers, Caleb S. Riggs, Theodore Sedgwick, Philip Skene, Robert Troup, John E. Van Alen, John Van Rensselaer, John Watts, Oliver Wendell, and John C. Wynkoop.
|Contributions||Van Schaack, Henry, 1733-1823|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||80004918|
The Life of Peter van Schaack, LL.D., Embracing Selections From His Correspondence and Other Writings During the American Revolution, and His Exile in England Van Schaack, Henry Cruger; Van Schaack, Peter. Link copied to clipboard; Facebook; Twitter; Pinterest; Email; Download image; Enlarge image.
Van Schaack, Peter, , Van Schaack, Peter, , New York (State) -- History Revolution, Sources Publisher New York: D. Appleton & Co. Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Pages: Contains the records of Peter Van Schaack and his wives, Elizabeth Cruger and Elizabeth Van Alen, with their children. The Bible has descended to his granddaughter, Miss Ann Van Schaack, of Kinderhook, New York, the present owner. Peter Van Schaak, Elizabeth Cruger, Married 2 October
The Van Schaick family of early Albany is descended from Goosen Gerritse who came to New Netherland during the s. He established himself in Beverwyck and Albany and was known as a trader, processor, and landholder. His descendants built on those successes in Albany and family name has many variants. The Van Schaicks were numerous and prominent in and beyond the . Hamilton Papers Title To Alexander Hamilton from Peter Van Schaack, 25 October Author Schaack, Peter Van Recipient Hamilton, Alexander Date 25 October Reference Cite as “To Alexander Hamilton from Peter Van Schaack, 25 October ,” Founders Online, National.
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Family of Peter Van Schaack () of Kinderhook, N.Y. Peter Van Schaack graduated from King's College instudied law with Peter Silvester in Albany and later with William Smith in New York, revised the statutes of the colony of New York inwas active in the "New York Correspondence Committee" was exiled as a Tory sympathizer to England from toand.
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(Paperback) at His son was Henry Cruger Van Schaack (). Summary note Correspondence and legal and business papers of Peter Van Schaack and his family. The collection includes letters to and from Egbert Benson, Henry Cruger, James Duane, William Laight, Theodore Sedgwick, Peter Silvester, John Vardill, and many others.
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D.: Embracing Selections from His [Hardcover] [Henry Cruger Van Schaack] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lang: English, Pages Reprinted in with the help of original edition published long back. This book. Get this from a library. Van Schaack family papers, [Van Schaack Family] -- Correspondence and legal and business papers of Peter Van Schaack and his family.
The collection includes letters to and from Egbert Benson, Henry Cruger, James Duane, William Laight, Theodore. The only foundation of all legitimate governments is certainly a compact between the rulers and the people, containing mutual conditions, and equally obligatory on both the contracting parties.
No question can therefore exist, at this enlightened day, about the lawfulness of resistance, in cases of gross and palpable infractions on the part of the governing power. It is impossible, however.
Silvester family (Peter Silvester and Jan Van Schaack) The members of the Wynkoop family who are represented in this collection resided during the eighteenth century primarily in Kingston and Hurley, Esopus District, Ulster County, N.Y., and in New York City.
entitled The Life of Peter van Schaack, LL.D., the author quoted from correspondence that “every faculty of [van Schaack’s] mind had full employment with building, farming, lawyering, &c.”4 Inan article in The Cultivator aphorized “Doctoring and lawyering comes from education, and farming by nature.”5Author: Josiah M.
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The Life of Peter Van Schaack, LL. book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(1). A letter from Peter Van Schaack to to John E. Van Alen written on February 9, In the letter, Van Schaack discusses political issues, John Jay's popularity, the demise of the anti-federalists, and the importance of public sentiment in government accountability.
Henry Walton was educated in England between and in Twickenham, a village outside London, under the guardianship of his uncle, Peter Van Schaack (), during Van Schaack's exile from America for his stance on the Revolutionary War. Correspondence and legal and business papers of Peter Van Schaack and his family.
The collection includes letters to and from Egbert Benson, Henry Cruger, James Duane, William Laight, Theodore Sedgwick, Peter Silvester, John Vardill, and many others. The letters deal with such subjects as taxation, the siege of Boston, George Washington, Tories.
Henry Van Schaack papers,bulk WorldCat record id: Peter van Schaack was a Loyalist during the American Revolution and moved to Britain during the war, returning to New York circa From the description of Peter van Schaack correspondence, (Wisconsin Historical Society Archives).
(VAN SCHAACK, Peter). The Conductor Generalis, Or The Office, Duty and Authority of Justices of the Peace To which are added, (Above what is in any other Edition of this Work,) The Act called the Ten Pound Act, and the Militia Law of the State of New-York.
Peter Van Schaack (March – 17 September ) was an American lawyer, born in Kinderhook, New York. His ancestors were settlers. He studied law at Columbia University under Willam Smith. Peter Van Schaack. Born: March Kinderhook, Province of Occupation: Lawyer. TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers.
Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. Subscribers may view the full text of this article in. SILVESTER, PETER, Rare Book and Manuscript Library New York, NY Papers: 16 letters () in the Van Schaack family papers.
Finding aid in repository. New-York Historical Society New York, NY Papers: In Silvester family correspondence, 1 box.
Finding aid in repository. Get this from a library. Peter van Schaack correspondence, [Peter Van Schaack; Henry Remsen; Richard Varick; Peter R Livingston; Stephen Van Rensselaer; William W Van Ness] -- Contains 1 letter from and 5 letters to van Schaack.
Peter Van Schaack's citizenship was restored in and he returned inresuming the practice of law in until Peter Van Schaack's correspondence with his daughter spans her years as a teenager into her early twenties, (See correspondence between Elizabeth Van Schaack Frey and Peter Van Schaack).Letter to Peter V--an-- Schaack, London Names Emmet, Thomas Addis, (Collector) Van Schaack, Peter (Recipient) Jay, John, (Creator) Collection.
Thomas Addis Emmet collection. Series XVII. The First Federal Administration. Dates / Origin Place: Bristol, England Date Created: Library locations Manuscripts and. Henry Cruger Van Schaack, The life of Peter Van Schaack, LL.
D. embracing selections from his correspondence and other writings during the American Revolution, and his exile in England (New York: D. Appleton, ).