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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.

APA Citation

American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society., Hall, E. Hagaman. (1902). 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.". [New York.

MLA Citation

American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society, and Edward Hagaman Hall. 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.". [New York, 1902.

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