New York (N.Y.) Evening Post

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The Daily Advertiser, having in some degree lent its countenance to the allegations, that a plan is, or has been on foot to obtain a repeal or modification of the law regulating a choice of electors in this state; and that such design has been intimated in one or more letters from Mr. Van Buren, to his friends in Kentucky; he is induced by the nature of the charge, and the general interest... Continue Reading
Sender/Author: MVB
The confidence reposed by the convention in my willingness to sacrifice all personal consideration to the claims of the republican party upon my services, has not, as I humbly hope, been misplaced. Deeply sensible that I owe whatever of public consideration I may possess, to the favor of the republicans of New-York, and conscious of my inability to discharge the debt of gratitude that rests upon... Continue Reading
Sender/Author: MVB
As a committee of the republican convention recently assembled at Herkimer, we have the honour to announce to you, that you have been selected by that body as the candidate of the republican party at the approaching election, for the office of governor of this state. This selection was made with the greatest unanimity by the convention, and with perfect confidence,-a confidence fully justified by... Continue Reading
Sender/Author: Azariah Cutting Flagg, Sender/Author: Gulian Crommelin Verplanck
Recipient: MVB
I cannot approve of the bill entitled an act “to allow Rebecca Albro, the wife of Wait Albro, of the town of Beekman, in Dutchess co, to receive certain legacies left her by her grandfather,” and do therefore return the same to the assembly with these my objections. The petition upon which this bill is founded, sets forth that the petitioner was deserted by her husband, in the month of August... Continue Reading
Sender/Author: MVB
I have examined the bill to allow the wife of Wait Albro, to receive certain legacies: and if the facts are as represented in her petition, there is no legal objection to her receiving a support for herself and her children, out of the legacy and distributive share of the estate of her grandfather, left her by his will.- It was for a long time doubted whether the court of chancery would interfere... Continue Reading
Recipient: MVB
The memorial of the undersigned committee of the New-York Law Institute, on behalf of the Institute-respectfully sheweth, That the business of the Court of Chancery having increased within the last few years, in an unprecedented degree, and being likely still more to increase under the newly revised laws, which confer upon that court some additional jurisdiction, it is very manifest that whatever... Continue Reading
Sender/Author: George Washington Strong, Sender/Author: James I. Roosevelt Jr., Sender/Author: W.T. McCoun, Sender/Author: R. Sedgwick, Sender/Author: George F. Talman