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Counterfeiting in colonial New York.

Kenneth Scott

Counterfeiting in colonial New York.

by Kenneth Scott

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Published by American Numismatic Society in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Counterfeits and counterfeiting -- New York (State) -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliographical footnotes.

      SeriesNumismatic notes and monographs,, no. 127
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG336.U5 N4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination222 p.
      Number of Pages222
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6136887M
      LC Control Number53010831
      OCLC/WorldCa2418834

      New York now became a royal colony, and the new king, who at heart despised popular government, refused to sign the Charter of Liberties, abolished the New York assembly, and sent Andros to govern the colony as consolidated with New England and New Jersey. Andros, with a council of seven men, was to govern nine colonies as a conquered province. Because New York's landlords had taken over so much land, agriculture grew more slowly in New York than in other colonies. By the eighteenth century, consumer goods such as books and ceramic plates: a. were found in many colonial residents' homes.

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In the Ap edition of the New York Gazette an ad appeared that specifically requested people to take into the other colonies “any number of counterfeit notes.” The. Title: Volume 4 of The Colonial Laws of New York from the Year to the Revolution, New York (State).

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We also stand behind every product sold in our stores with our A-to-z Guarantee. Counterfeit money is imitation currency produced without the legal sanction of the state or government, usually in a deliberate attempt to imitate that currency and so as to deceive its recipient.

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4, pp. ; Brock,chapter 4). The scope of counterfeiting across Amazon goes far beyond books. E-commerce has taken counterfeit goods from flea markets to the mainstream, and Amazon is. New York state archives. New York in the revolution V.

Documents relating to the colonial history of the state of New-York; procured in Holland, England and France, by John Romeyn Brodhead, agent, under an act of the Legislature, passed May 2,with a general introduction by the agent: v.Holland documents. New York: McGraw-Hill, ISBN Further reading.

Brock, Leslie V. The currency of the American colonies, – a study in colonial finance and imperial relations. Dissertations in American economic history.

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