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Topic: surveys

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Oswego Market at Maiden Lane
Great Dock - original protraction
Plan of Dye Street
The pasture
Spring Garden on Fair Street
Crown Point
Long Island Sound
Cove
Kingston's ground on Long Island
Cleared ground - Colonel De Lancey
Church and Rutgers
Penet
Road near Scott's
Land cleared near Mr. Apthorp's
Tract divided for Peter Remsen
Oliver De Lancey near Trinity Church
Trinity Church - Richmond Hill
Survey of the cove at Corlears Hook
List of creditors to J. Edward Pryor
Stone Street
Brandt and Schuyler's lots
N. Bayard
Colonel De Lancey - near stone fence
Bear Market
Hawken's and Wood's meadow
Settlement of dimensions
Peter Goelet's near the long bridge
Survey of a tract of land
Baskenridge
Richard Sharbury's lot on Broadway
Thames Street to the North River
River, Weight House, Bridge
Wall Street
Battery
Water lots back of A. V. Cotland's
Arthur's Meadow
Sketch of Fresh Water
Survey of land
Delancey's old house at Fresh Water
Mr. Dies - Broadway
Broadway and New Street
Samuel Pell's lots
Lot numbers 3 and 7
Survey of the fields
Susquenhanna
Lot west of moat or Heere Graft
Survey of land
Anthony Rutgers's land and Church land
Paul Richard's ground near Whitehall
Map of New York Wards
Thomas Warner's lot on Broadway
John Thurman's lots - Wall Street
Lots on Cherry Street and Water Street
From Farmer's to Ten Eyck's store
Rear of City Hall
Farms on this island
Water lots near the Exchange

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