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Justices of the Peace to the Constable of Dutchess County re: order for assessors to appear before justices of the peace

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03107.04814 Author/Creator: Justices of the Peace Place Written: Kingstown, [?] Type: Manuscript signed Date: 1700/12/30 Pagination: 1p. + docket 30.7 x 19.6

Summary of Content: The justices of the peace, Jacob Rutsen, Jacob Artsen, Jan Matthyse, Aria Gerretse, Rolef Swartwont, & Jan Jereman, order the Constable of Dutchess County to direct his assessors to appear before them.

People: Rutsen, Jacob
Artsen, Jacob
Mattyse, Jan
Gerretse, Aria
Swartwont, Rolef
Heremans, Jan

Historical Era: Colonization and Settlement, 1585-1763

Subjects: JudiciaryGovernment and CivicsTaxes or TaxationFinance

Sub Era:

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