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These volumes contain a record of bachelor's degree diplomas awarded by the University of the State of New York (USNY) in the fields of law and divinity -- The register of Bachelor of Divinity degrees (1897-1917) gives the following information: register entry number; name of degree recipient; name of school recommending the student; preliminary education; professional education; date and amount of fee received; date of diploma; diploma number; and date and by what method (e.g. "express") diploma was sent
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Pages 1 to 175 of the register record inmates first by their receiving date, then by nationalities, which range from Austria to West Indies -- Totals are given for the beginning of the fiscal year (October 1) to the current month; current month; the two totals combined; number of foreign and native inmates; and a grand total
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This series consists of registers listing auctioneers who posted bond and returned taxes to the State Comptroller. State law required auctioneers to file every three months "a just and true account" of all wares and goods sold at public auction so that the treasurer could determine what duties should be levied. The auctioneers are listed by county with each entry recording name, residence (city or town), date of execution of bond, and the dates of receipts of the quarterly returns
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This series consists of entries giving name of boat as registered; hailing place; new name; new hailing place (often different from original); and date -- Owners of canal boats were required to register changed names of boats with the Comptroller in accordance with legislation of 1827
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This volume records the names of inmates who left their ward to visit one of the physicians at the Fishkill Correctional Facility (Matteawan) -- Each entry provides the date of visit, name and number of inmate, ward number, physician's name, inmate visited, date returned and name of doctor who returned the inmate. Some of the later entries also provide times left and returned
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Two softcover volumes and several loose sheets provide: year of exhibition; names of colonies; competition categories (e.g. horses, poultry, vegetables, industrial arts); number of points awarded to each colony in each category; total points for each colony; and individuals and colonies awarded specified prizes
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This volume records applications for state bounty monies received by the Paymaster General's office between January, 1876 and December, 1882 -- Each entry in the register provides the following information: date application was received; name; company; regiment; bounty claimed; and remarks. The remarks usually consist of brief statements concerning date of enlistment, desertions, dates of previous bounty payments, or length of service. At the end of each month, the number of applications received and amounts awarded are totaled
New York State Archives
This volume is a register of County Treasurers and Commissioners of the U.S. Deposit Fund -- Each entry gives date of appointment (or bond?), name, post office address, and office held. Under a law of 1837, two commissioners were appointed by the Governor in each county to loan out monies apportioned to the counties from the U.S. Deposit Fund
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Inmate information provided in these registers include name, inmate or register number, release date and status, county of conviction, sentence, date received at Great Meadow, and date received in previous facility. No personal information or information about criminal history is provided
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This series records bounty payments disbursed by the Paymaster General's Office between 1865 and 1867. Each entry provides the following information: date of payment, name, regiment, and amount. Chapter 29 of the Laws of 1865 authorized these payments, and the regulations and procedures governing their distribution were set forth in General Order No. 6 issued by the Adjutant-General's Office on March 1, 1865

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