The old martyrs' prison, New York;
an historical sketch of the oldest municipal building in New York City: used as a British prison during the war for American independence: built about 1756 and known at different times as "the New gaol," "the Debtors' prison, " "the Provost, " "the Hall of records" and "the Register's office."
Presented to the Boad of Aldermen of the City of New York by the American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society.
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|Related Names:||Hall, Edward Hagaman b. 1858.|
[New York, 1902?]
New York (N.Y.).
New York (N.Y.). /
Hall of Records.
New York (N.Y.) > New York (N.Y.) / History > New York (N.Y.) / History / Revolution, 1775-1783.
United States > United States / History > United States / History / Revolution, 1775-1783 > United States / History / Revolution, 1775-1783 / Prisoners and prisons.
"By Edward Hagaman Hall."--Manuscript note on t.p.
"Reprinted from 'The City record' of October 23, 1902."
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