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King's college (United Kingdom) (search for this): entry de-lancey-james
De Lancey, James, 1703-1760 Jurist; born in New York City, Nov. 27, 1703; eldest son of Etienne De Lancey; graduated at the University of Cambridge, England, and soon after his return to New York (1729) was made a justice of the Supreme Court of that province, and chiefjustice in 1733. For two years, as lieutenant-governor, he was acting governor (1753-55), after the death of Governor Osborn. Judge De Lancey was for many years the most influential man in the politics and legislation of the colony, and was one of the founders of King's College (now Columbia University). He wrote a Review of the military operations from 1753 to 1756. He died in New York City, July 30, 1760.
Cantabrigia (United Kingdom) (search for this): entry de-lancey-james
De Lancey, James, 1703-1760 Jurist; born in New York City, Nov. 27, 1703; eldest son of Etienne De Lancey; graduated at the University of Cambridge, England, and soon after his return to New York (1729) was made a justice of the Supreme Court of that province, and chiefjustice in 1733. For two years, as lieutenant-governor, he was acting governor (1753-55), after the death of Governor Osborn. Judge De Lancey was for many years the most influential man in the politics and legislation of the colony, and was one of the founders of King's College (now Columbia University). He wrote a Review of the military operations from 1753 to 1756. He died in New York City, July 30, 1760.
De Lancey, James, 1703-1760 Jurist; born in New York City, Nov. 27, 1703; eldest son of Etienne De Lancey; graduated at the University of Cambridge, England, and soon after his return to New York (1729) was made a justice of the Supreme Court of that province, and chiefjustice in 1733. For two years, as lieutenant-governor, he was acting governor (1753-55), after the death of Governor Osborn. Judge De Lancey was for many years the most influential man in the politics and legislation of the colony, and was one of the founders of King's College (now Columbia University). He wrote a Review of the military operations from 1753 to 1756. He died in New York City, July 30, 1760.
√ČTienne De Lancey (search for this): entry de-lancey-james
De Lancey, James, 1703-1760 Jurist; born in New York City, Nov. 27, 1703; eldest son of Etienne De Lancey; graduated at the University of Cambridge, England, and soon after his return to New York (1729) was made a justice of the Supreme Court of that province, and chiefjustice in 1733. For two years, as lieutenant-governor, he was acting governor (1753-55), after the death of Governor Osborn. Judge De Lancey was for many years the most influential man in the politics and legislation of o New York (1729) was made a justice of the Supreme Court of that province, and chiefjustice in 1733. For two years, as lieutenant-governor, he was acting governor (1753-55), after the death of Governor Osborn. Judge De Lancey was for many years the most influential man in the politics and legislation of the colony, and was one of the founders of King's College (now Columbia University). He wrote a Review of the military operations from 1753 to 1756. He died in New York City, July 30, 1760.
De Lancey, James, 1703-1760 Jurist; born in New York City, Nov. 27, 1703; eldest son of Etienne De Lancey; graduated at the University of Cambridge, England, and soon after his return to New York (1729) was made a justice of the Supreme Court of that province, and chiefjustice in 1733. For two years, as lieutenant-governor, he was acting governor (1753-55), after the death of Governor Osborn. Judge De Lancey was for many years the most influential man in the politics and legislation of the colony, and was one of the founders of King's College (now Columbia University). He wrote a Review of the military operations from 1753 to 1756. He died in New York City, July 30, 1760.
De Lancey, James, 1703-1760 Jurist; born in New York City, Nov. 27, 1703; eldest son of Etienne De Lancey; graduated at the University of Cambridge, England, and soon after his return to New York (1729) was made a justice of the Supreme Court of that province, and chiefjustice in 1733. For two years, as lieutenant-governor, he was acting governor (1753-55), after the death of Governor Osborn. Judge De Lancey was for many years the most influential man in the politics and legislation of the colony, and was one of the founders of King's College (now Columbia University). He wrote a Review of the military operations from 1753 to 1756. He died in New York City, July 30, 1760.
November 27th, 1703 AD (search for this): entry de-lancey-james
De Lancey, James, 1703-1760 Jurist; born in New York City, Nov. 27, 1703; eldest son of Etienne De Lancey; graduated at the University of Cambridge, England, and soon after his return to New York (1729) was made a justice of the Supreme Court of that province, and chiefjustice in 1733. For two years, as lieutenant-governor, he was acting governor (1753-55), after the death of Governor Osborn. Judge De Lancey was for many years the most influential man in the politics and legislation of the colony, and was one of the founders of King's College (now Columbia University). He wrote a Review of the military operations from 1753 to 1756. He died in New York City, July 30, 1760.
De Lancey, James, 1703-1760 Jurist; born in New York City, Nov. 27, 1703; eldest son of Etienne De Lancey; graduated at the University of Cambridge, England, and soon after his return to New York (1729) was made a justice of the Supreme Court of that province, and chiefjustice in 1733. For two years, as lieutenant-governor, he was acting governor (1753-55), after the death of Governor Osborn. Judge De Lancey was for many years the most influential man in the politics and legislation of the colony, and was one of the founders of King's College (now Columbia University). He wrote a Review of the military operations from 1753 to 1756. He died in New York City, July 30, 1760.
De Lancey, James, 1703-1760 Jurist; born in New York City, Nov. 27, 1703; eldest son of Etienne De Lancey; graduated at the University of Cambridge, England, and soon after his return to New York (1729) was made a justice of the Supreme Court of that province, and chiefjustice in 1733. For two years, as lieutenant-governor, he was acting governor (1753-55), after the death of Governor Osborn. Judge De Lancey was for many years the most influential man in the politics and legislation of the colony, and was one of the founders of King's College (now Columbia University). He wrote a Review of the military operations from 1753 to 1756. He died in New York City, July 30, 1760.
De Lancey, James, 1703-1760 Jurist; born in New York City, Nov. 27, 1703; eldest son of Etienne De Lancey; graduated at the University of Cambridge, England, and soon after his return to New York (1729) was made a justice of the Supreme Court of that province, and chiefjustice in 1733. For two years, as lieutenant-governor, he was acting governor (1753-55), after the death of Governor Osborn. Judge De Lancey was for many years the most influential man in the politics and legislation of the colony, and was one of the founders of King's College (now Columbia University). He wrote a Review of the military operations from 1753 to 1756. He died in New York City, July 30, 1760.
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