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4 BCE: Varus, the Roman governor of Syria, marches to Jerusalem to quell the insurrection there. He is met by Joseph, cousin of Archelaus, outside the city.

66 CE: Cestius, Roman governor of Syria, decides to enter the conflict with the Jews. He sends a detachment to Joppa (Jaffa), where his soldiers burn the city, killing 8,400.

52 CE: Jewish leaders plead their case before Ummidius Quadratus, governor of Syria, in the escalating violence between Jews and Samaritans. Quadratus punishes the instigators and sends Jewish and Samaritan leaders to Rome to render an account of the affair to the emperor Claudius.

To the memory of George Clarke of Hyde Esquire who was formerly lieutenant governor of New York

Colonel Thomas Dongan governor of New York 1682, afterwards Earl of Limerick

Kieft, Willem

Kieft, Willem

Stuyvesant, Peter

Stuyvesant, Peter

The honble. Robert Monckton, major generale, governor of New York...

Nicolls, Richard. Fort James

Nicolls, Richard. Fort James

Lovelace, Francis [N.Y.?]

Lovelace, Francis [N.Y.?]

Colve, Anthony . Fort William Hendrick

Colve, Anthony . Fort William Hendrick

Andross, Edmund (Sir)

Andross, Edmund (Sir)

Leisler, Jacob. New York

Leisler, Jacob. New York

Anthony Brockholls. New York. To Wm. Penn

Anthony Brockholls. New York. To Wm. Penn

Penn, William. Philadelphia. To Governor Samuel Jennings and Council of West Jersey

Penn, William. Philadelphia. To Governor Samuel Jennings and Council of West Jersey

Penn, William. Philadelphia. To Governor Samuel Jennings and Council of West Jersey

Dongan, Thomas. New York. To William Penn

Dongan, Thomas. New York. To William Penn

Penn, William. Philadelphia. To Governor Samuel Jennings and Council of West Jersey

Leisler, Jacob. [N.Y.?] To constables of Harlem and Bouwery

Leisler, Jacob. [N.Y.?] To constables of Harlem and Bouwery

Leisler, Jacob. New York. Letter from N.N. to a friend in Amsterdam, relating to the execution of Leisler and his son-in-law

Ingoldsby, Richard. Fort William Henry

Sloughter, Henry. Fort William Henry. To Matthew Clarkson

Leisler, Jacob. New York

Leisler, Jacob. New York

Leisler, Jacob. New York. Letter from N.N. to a friend in Amsterdam, relating to the execution of Leisler and his son-in-law

Ingoldsby, Richard. Fort William Henry

Sloughter, Henry. Fort William Henry. To Matthew Clarkson

Ingoldsby, Richard. [N.Y.?]

Ingoldsby, Richard. [N.Y.?]

Ingoldsby, Richard. [N.Y.?]

Ingoldsby, Richard. [N.Y.?]

Ingoldsby, Richard. [N.Y.?]

Ingoldsby, Richard. [N.Y.?]

Fletcher, Benjamin. Fort William Henry. To Col. Wm. Markham

Fletcher, Benjamin. Fort William Henry. To Col. Wm. Markham

Nicholson, Francis. Annapolis, Md. To [Benjamin Fletcher?]

Nicholson, Francis. Annapolis, Md. To [Benjamin Fletcher?]

Stoughton, William. Boston. To Governor Benjamin Fletcher

Stoughton, William. Boston. To Governor Benjamin Fletcher

Stoughton, William. Boston. To Governor Benjamin Fletcher

Stoughton, William. Boston. To Governor Benjamin Fletcher

Coote, Richard, Earl of Bellomont. Albany

Schuyler, Peter. New York

Coote, Richard, Earl of Bellomont. Albany

Schuyler, Peter. New York

Van Dam, Rip. New York

Van Dam, Rip. New York

Nanfan, John. To Mr. Cossens

Nanfan, John. To Mr. Cossens

Beekman, Gerardus. New York To the Governor Lord Cornbury

Beekman, Gerardus. New York To the Governor Lord Cornbury

Hyde, Edward, Viscount Cornbury. New York

Clarke, George. N.Y. To Mr. [Thomas] Cardale

Hyde, Edward, Viscount Cornbury. New York

Clarke, George. N.Y. To Mr. [Thomas] Cardale

Hyde, Edward, Viscount Cornbury. [N.Y.?]

Hyde, Edward, Viscount Cornbury. [N.Y.?]

Hyde, Edward, Viscount Cornbury. [N.Y.?]

Hyde, Edward, Viscount Cornbury. [N.Y.?]

Lovelace, John. N. Y

Lovelace, John. N. Y

Hunter, Robert. N.Y

Hunter, Robert. N.Y

Hunter, Robert. N.Y

Hunter, Robert. N.Y

Schuyler, Peter. N.Y

Schuyler, Peter. N.Y

Schuyler, Peter. N.Y

Schuyler, Peter. N.Y

Burnet, William. New York

Burnet, William. New York

Montgomerie, Edward. [N.Y.]

Montgomerie, Edward. [N.Y.]

Colden, Cadwallader. N.Y. To [John Montgomerie]

Montgomerie, Edward. [N.Y.]

Montgomerie, Edward. [N.Y.]

Colden, Cadwallader. N.Y. To [John Montgomerie]

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731

Canso, [Nova Scotia,] 1729–1731. Subsistence accounts of the companies commanded by Lawrence Armstrong, Christopher Aldridge, James Mitford, and Francis Cavally, in Governor Philipps' Regiment of Foot, from Aug. 24, 1729, to Aug. 24, 1731