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New York State Constitution Annotated (Classic Reprint)
I nthoduotoht Note P art Txt in force A pril 6, 1916, with notes work is the most eomprehen Bive history yet published of the origin, development and judicial construction of the Constitution of the State, including the history of the paat constitutional conventions and commifisions. The Constitutional Conventioii Commifision has supplied this work to...
I nthoduotoht Note P art Txt in force A pril 6, 1916, with notes work is the most eomprehen Bive history yet published of the origin, development and judicial construction of the Constitution of the State, including the history of the paat constitutional conventions and commifisions. The Constitutional Conventioii Commifision has supplied this work to each delegate to the Constitutional Convention of 1915. In order that certain references in the notes to Part I may be understood, it is necesaaiy to refer briefly to the past con Btitotional eonventions and commissions in this State. The Constitution of 1777 was framed, adopted and pat in operation by the Fourtli Provincial Congress. The journal of this Congress which as a part, and a part only, of its functions, acted as the first Constitutional Convention in this State, was printed from the original manuscript for the first time by the State in 1842; but unfortunately there is nothing giving the debates of this body, and even the journal entries relating to the work of the Congress as a Constitutional Convention are seattflned among the entries relating to the other fonctions of the Congress. For this reason the references in Part I to the Convention of 1777 are necessarily confined to the parts of Mr. I jineoln swork giving the history of that Convention. While the journal of the Constitutional Convention of 1801 was printed (first in 1801, and then reprinted in 1821 for the use of the Convention held in the latter year), no debates were ever published, and therefore the references in Part I to this Convention are also only to Mr. Lincoln swori .T here are, however, printed debates as well as journals for the Constitutional Conventions of 1821, 1846, 1867-68 and 1894. The debates of the 1821 Convention are found in two publications. One was edited by Nathaniel H. Carter and William L. Stone, reporters, and (Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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