Ithaca Pamphlet Collection,1863-1915.

Collection Number: 5135D

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
Ithaca pamphlet collection, 1863-1915.
Collection Number:
5135D
Creator:
Quantity:
7 volumes.
Forms of Material:
Printed material, publications
Repository:
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Pamphlets, circulars, legal documents, and leaflets documenting various aspects of life and thought in Ithaca, New York.
Language:
Collection material in English


COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

Pamphlets, circulars, legal documents, and leaflets documenting various aspects of life and thought in Ithaca, New York. Included are lectures and speeches by Cornell University faculty; reports of or to Ithaca city officials and departments such as the Fire Department; pamphlets on the history, principles, and services of local churches, including the First Congregational Church, First Unitarian Church (also known as the First Unitarian Society) and First Presbyterian Church; early telephone directories; constitutions, reports, and manuals of local organizations, such as the Country Club of Ithaca and the Young Men's Christian Association; and illustrated "Carrier's address" booklets of light poetry delivered to subscribers annually by carriers of the Ithaca daily journal. Also included is an early pamphlet written in defense of Cornell University, titled The Cornell University: what it is, and what it is not (1872).
SUBJECTS

Names:
Cornell University.
Country Club of Ithaca (Ithaca, N.Y.)
First Congregational Church (Ithaca, N.Y.)
First Presbyterian Church (Ithaca, N.Y.)
First Unitarian Church (Ithaca, N.Y.)
Ithaca (N.Y.). Fire Department.
Young Men's Christian Association (Ithaca, N.Y.)

Titles:
Ithaca daily journal.

Places:
Ithaca (N.Y.)
Ithaca (N.Y.)
Ithaca (N.Y.) -- Social life and customs.
Ithaca (N.Y.) -- Intellectual life.


INFORMATION FOR USERS

Cite As:
Ithaca Pamphlet Collection, #5135D. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.

CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
Date
Volume 1 no. 1
"Annual Report of the Chief Engineer of the Ithaca Fire Department" for 1868, "Together with the Fire Laws of the Village of Ithaca and an Early History of Ithaca, by Horace King, Esq."
1869
Volume 1 no. 2
"Fourteenth Annual Report of the Chief Engineer of the Ithaca Fire Department" for 1873, "Together with the Act of Incorporation and Fire Laws"
1873
Volume 1 no. 3
"Sixteenth Annual Report of the Chief Engineer of the Ithaca Fire Department" for 1875, "Together with the Act of Incorporation and Fire Laws, and Ordinances Relating to the Fire Department and Fires"
1875
Volume 1 no. 4
"Ithaca Academy Annual Catalogue, 1873-1874"
1873
Volume 1 no. 5
"An Address Delivered before the Tompkins County Agricultural and Horticultural Society on October 1, 1863, by Hon. Alfred Wells; also, an Address Delivered before the Same Society on September 22, 1859, by Hon. E.J. Richardson"
1863
Volume 1 no. 6
Tompkins County Agricultural and Horticultural Society list of premiums and regulations of the 49th Annual Fair
1888
Volume 1 no. 7
"'The Relations between America and England,' an Address Delivered before the Citizens of Ithaca, by Goldwin Smith, May 19, 1869"
1869
Volume 1 no. 8
"'History and Topography of New York,' a Lecture, by Horatio Seymour, at Cornell University, June 30, 1870"
1870
Volume 1 no. 9
"'The Life and Services of Ezra Cornell,'" an Address Delivered at Cornell University on Founder's Day (January 11, 1887), by Francis M. Finch"
1887
Volume 1 no. 10
"'The Glory of Youth,'" the Baccalaureate Sermon Delivered by Rev. Henry W. Bellows, D.D., before the Graduating Class at Cornell University and Antioch College, June, 1878"
1878
Volume 1 no. 11
"Cornell University Annual Circular, 1875-1876"
1875
Volume 1 no. 12
"Cornell University: What It Is and What It Is Not"
1872
Volume 1 no. 13
"'The Cornell Reprint: Essay on Decision of Character,' by John Foster"
1872
Volume 1 no. 14
Good Friday services program, "April 19th, 1889, at the Congregational Church of St. Augustine, Commandery, no. 38, Knights Templar, Stationed at Ithaca, N.Y."
1889
Volume 1 no. 15
"A Manual of the First Congregational Church of Ithaca, N.Y., Containing Catalogues of Officers and Members, Articles of Faith and Covenants, Rules, etc."
1887
Volume 1 no. 16
"Public Worship of the First Congregational Church, of Ithaca, N.Y."
[n.d.]
Volume 1 no. 17
"History of the First Unitarian Society of Ithaca, by Henry C. Badger, Pastor"
1881
Volume 1 no. 18
"Directory of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Ithaca, New York"
Dec., 1892
Volume 1 no. 19
"Tompkins County Calendar for the Circuit Court, Commencing Monday, March 6, 1893"
1893
Volume 1 no. 20
"Executor's Sale, McGraw Fiske Estate, at Ithaca, N.Y., February 19th, 1891"
1891
Volume 1 no. 21
"Art Loan Association at First Baptist Church, Ithaca, N.Y."
[n.d.]
Volume 1 no. 22
Farmer's Almanac for 1891
1891
Volume 1 no. 23
"Ithaca Daily Journal, Carrier Boys' Annual Greeting, 1894"
1894
Volume 1 no. 24
"Direction for Use of the Paster Ballots," concerning, in particular, Clinton D. Bouton [two copies]
[n.d.]
Volume 1 no. 25
Circular from the "Democratic Committee of Fifty" addressed "To the Voters of New York State" concerning the protest of Isaac H. Maynard's nomination to the position of Judge of the Court of Appeals
Nov., 1893
Volume 1 no. 26
Circular from the "County Anti-Saloon Association" addressed "To the Voters of Tompkins County" concerning the significance of making a "Citizens' Ticket"
[n.d.]
Volume 1 no. 27
"Retail Price List Issued by the Tompkins Co. Druggist Association for Patent Medicines, etc."
Sep., 1886
Volume 1 no. 28
"Report on Plans for Sewering and Draining the City of Ithaca, N.Y., Made to the Board of Sewer Commissioners, August 30, 1894, by Rudolph Hering, Civil Engineer"
1894
Volume 1 no. 29
"Statement of Claim: In the Matter of the Claim of Francis M. Finch, Assignee of Ebenezer T. Turner," presented "Before the Board of Canal Appraisers"
[n.d.]
Volume 2 no. 1
"The Blue Ribbon: an Operetta" published in part with "Ithaca Daily Journal, Carrier Boys' Annual Greeting, 1896"
1896
Volume 2 no. 1a
"Ithaca Daily Journal, Carrier Boys' Annual Greeting, 1897" [listed as "1a" in table of contents]
1897
Volume 2 no. 2
"Ithaca Daily Journal, The Carrier's Address, 1898"
1898
Volume 2 no. 3
"Ithaca Daily Journal, Annual Greeting of the Carrier Boys, 1900"
1900
Volume 2 no. 3a
"Ithaca Daily Journal, Annual Greeting of the Carrier Boys, 1901" [listed as "3a" in the table of contents]
1901
Volume 2 no. 4
"Ithaca Daily Journal, Annual Greeting of the Carrier Boys, 1903"
1903
Volume 2 no. 5
"Ithaca Daily Journal, Annual Greeting of the Carrier Boys, 1904"
1904
Volume 2 no. 6
"Ithaca Daily News, Carriers' Annual New Year's Greeting, 1903"
1903
Volume 2 no. 7
"Ithaca Telephone Company Official List of Subscribers, no. 1, August 12, 1902"
1902
Volume 2 no. x
"Ithaca Telephone Company Official List of Subscribers, no. 2, November 1, 1902" [not accounted for in table of contents]
1902
Volume 2 no. 8
"Ithaca Telephone Company Official List of Subscribers, no. 3, January 15, 1903"
1903
Volume 2 no. 9
"Ithaca Telephone Company Official List of Subscribers, no.4, June 1st, 1903"
1903
Volume 2 no. 10
"Ithaca Telephone Company Official List of Subscribers, no.5 January 1st, 1904"
1904
Volume 2 no. 11
"New York and Pennsylvania Telephone and Telegraph Company Official List of Subscribers, Ithaca District, Revised February 10, 1903"
1903
Volume 2 no. 12
Letter addressed "To Our Patrons and the Citizens of the City of Ithaca, N.Y." by H.F. Stevens, General Manager of the New York and Pennsylvania Telephone and Telegraph Company
[n.d.]
Volume 2 no. 13
Sawyer, by Edward H. Rulloff [MISSING from volume; removed with FORCE]
1872
Volume 2 no. 14
"Memorial Sermon upon the Life and Character of Edward S. Esty, Delivered by the Rev. Asa S. Fiske, at the Special Memorial Services Held in the First Presbyterian Church, Ithaca, Sunday, October 12, 1890"
1890
Volume 2 no. 15
Program of coming attractions to the Lyceum
1896
Volume 2 no. 16
Program for a performance by Mary Louise Clary, contralto, at the Armory, Cornell University
[1893?]
Volume 3 no. 1
"Contract and Specifications for Building Section _ _ _ of the Sewerage System of the City of Ithaca, New York"
[n.d.]
Volume 3 no. 2
"Report on Plans for Sewering and Draining the City of Ithaca, N.Y.; Made to the Board of Sewer Commissioners, August 30, 1894, by Rudolph Hering, Civil Engineer" [same as 1 no. 28]
1894
Volume 3 no. 3
"Regulations for Admission to the Civil Service of the City of Ithaca"
1898
Volume 3 no. 4
"Charter of the Village of Ithaca in the County of Tompkins, Passed April 21, 1864, as Amended March 27, 1871, and May 1, 1875"
1877
Volume 3 no. 5
"The Water Works Question," by George Small and William Hazlitt Smith "[o]n behalf of [the Water Works] Committee," Ithaca, N.Y., Feb. 21, 1902
1902
Volume 3 no. 6
Letter by the "Business Men's Association of Ithaca, N.Y."
[n.d.]
Volume 3 no. 7
Circular by the Ithaca Finance Committee concerning the investigation into an artesian water supply, dated March 20, 1903 [two copies]
1903
Volume 3 no. 8
Circular by the Ithaca Bridge Committee concerning the construction of the South Hill bridge over Six Mile Creek, dated March 7, 1895
1895
Volume 3 no. 9
Menu and toast list for "The Third Annual Banquet of the Business Men's Association of Ithaca"
1900
Volume 3 no. 10
Menu and toast list for "The Fourth Annual Banquet of the Business Men's Association of Ithaca"
1901
Volume 3 no. 11
"Memorial Discourse of William Andrus, Preached by Rev. Thomas C. Strong D.D., January 16th, 1870, in the Reformed Dutch Church, of Ithaca, N.Y."
1870
Volume 3 no. 12
"A Catalogue [No. 7] of Ancient and Modern Books, on Sale at the Antiquarian Book Store of H.H. Philes, Ithaca, N.Y."
Dec., 1871
Volume 3 no. 13
"Official Guide and Programme of the Cornell-Pennsylvania Boat Race on Cayuga Lake, Tuesday, May Thirtieth, 1899"
1899
Volume 3 no. 14
Program of coming attractions to the Lyceum
1904
Volume 3 no. 15
Program of coming attractions to the Lyceum
1904
Volume 3 no. 16
Constitution for the "Tompkins Co. Visiting Association, for the Public Institutions of Charity, the Jail, and the Department of Out-door Relief"
1874
Volume 3 no. 17
Charter, constitution, and by-laws for The Ithaca Children's Home
1899
Volume 3 no. 18
"'Five Colonial Families: Treman, Tremaine, Truman, Mack, Dey, Board, Ayres,' by Ebenezer Mack Treman and Murray Edward Poole, D.C.L., LL.D., President of American Genealogical Society"
1901
Volume 3 no. 19
"Henry Bool's Apology for His Jeffersonian Anarchism"
1901
Volume 3 no. 20
Circular entitled "R. Heber Newton Endorses the Ideal of Anarchism"
[1901?]
Volume 3 no. 21
Circular entitled "Individualistic Anarchism Opposed to Force" by Dr. Rudolph Steiner [excerpted from the magazine fur Literatur]
[n.d.]
Volume 3 no. 22
Circular entitled "School of Anarchistic Economics"
[n.d.]
Volume 3 no. 23
"Illustrated Guide Book of the Ithaca Gorge, and Its Surroundings, Edited and Compiled by William G. Johnson"
1873
Volume 3 no. 24
Charter and explanatory remarks of "Cascadilla Place, an Institution for the Treatment of the Sick, and the Education of Females as Physicians and Nurses," including an address by Miss S.S. Nivison
1864
Volume 3 no. 25
Circular for "A New Philosophy of Creation: Darwinism Refuted, a New Basis to Evolution; Five Illustrated Lectures by Mr. E.C. Getsinger, of Detroit, Michigan"
[n.d.]
Volume 3 no. 26
"Semi-Annual Report of the Society for the Prevention of Crime"
1883
Volume 3 no. 27
"Society for the Prevention of Crime, Partial Report of Work for the Past Year, Covering the Months of May, June and July, 1897"
1897
Volume 3 no. 28
Letter by the First National Bank, Ithaca, N.Y., announcing the retirement of the Hon. Henry B. Lord
1901
Volume 3 no. 29
Letter by the Town and Gown Club with resolutions and consequent questions, dated October 31st, 1902
1902
Volume 3 no. 30
Circular addressed "To the Voters of the City of Ithaca" by the Republican City Committee, concerning the candidacy of William R. Gunderman for mayor
[1901?]
Volume 3 no. 31
Circular by the Republican City Committee, concerning the candidacy of F.M. Rites for alderman, dated March 1, 1901
1901
Volume 3 no. 32
Circular addressed "To the Voters of the City of Ithaca" by the Republican City Committee, concerning the candidacy of William R. Gunderman for mayor [same as 3 no. 30]
[1901?]
Volume 3 no. 33
Circular entitled "Reasons why William C. Elmendorf Should be Re-elected Mayor of the City of Ithaca"
[n.d.]
Volume 3 no. 34
Letter by the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, concerning their mission, dated November 15, 1899
1899
Volume 3 no. 35
Program for the "Fourth Annual Meeting of the New York State Conference of Religion, [in] Ithaca, New York"
1903
Volume 3 no. 36
Tompkins County Agricultural and Horticultural Society list of premiums and regulations of the 44th Annual Fair
1883
Volume 3 no. 37
Program for the "Cascadilla School Prize Contest in Declamation"
1897
Volume 3 no. 38
Letter addressed "To the First Congregational Society of Ithaca" by its Board of Trustees
[n.d.]
Volume 3 no. 39
"Manual and Directory of the First Congregational Church of Ithaca, N.Y."
1895
Volume 3 no. 40
Program for the 1897 Easter services at the First Congregational Church of Ithaca, provided by Rev. William Elliot Griffis, D.D., pastor
1897
Volume 3 no. 41-58
Church calendar for the First Presbyterian Church, Ithaca, N.Y., provided by Asa S. Fiske, D.D., pastor
Mar. 1 to Jun. 28, 1896
Volume 3 no. 59
Printed illustration of the First Presbyterian Church
[n.d.]
Volume 3 no. 60
Program for the "Synod of New York Twenty-Second Annual Meeting [at the] First Presbyterian Church"
1903
Volume 3 no. 61
Program for the "Woman's Synodical Society of Home Missions of the Synod of New York Twenty-First Annual Meeting" at the First Presbyterian Church
1903
Volume 3 no. 62
"Roll and Directory of the Membership of the First Presbyterian Church"
Jan., 1891
Volume 3 no. 63
Letter by E.P. Gilbert, chairman of "the Committee on Plans for a new building" of the First Presbyterian Church, dated January 20th, 1894
1894
Volume 3 no. 64
Program of the "Services Dedicating the Church of the Unitarian Society of Ithaca, New York, May Nineteenth, 1896"
1896
Volume 4 no. 1
"Liberty without Invasion, Means and End of Progress," by Henry, Bool
Dec. 15, 1898
Volume 4 no. 2
"The Constitution, By-Laws, Officers, List of Members, Reports of Board of Managers and Treasurer of the Country Club of Ithaca, N.Y."
May, 1902
Volume 4 no. 3
"Constitution of the DeWitt Historical Society of Tompkins Co."
1900
Volume 4 no. 4
"Rules and Regulations of the Board of Health of the City of Ithaca"
1888
Volume 4 no. 5
"Report of the Finance Committee of the Common Council of the City of Ithaca," dated February 21st, 1900
1900
Volume 4 no. 6
List of members of the Business Men's Association of Ithaca, N.Y.
[1902?]
Volume 4 no. 7
"Constitution and By-Laws of the Business Men's Association of Ithaca, New York"
[n.d.]
Volume 4 no. 8
"Constitution and By-Laws of the Business Men's Association of Ithaca, New York"
[n.d.]
Volume 4 no. 9
"Constitution and By-Laws of the Business Men's Association of Ithaca, New York"
Jul., 1902
Volume 4 no. 10
"Constitution and By-Laws and List of Members of the Business Men's Association of Ithaca, N.Y."
Apr., 1904
Volume 4 no. 11
Supplement to the 1903 edition of the Business Men's Association constitution and by-laws
1903
Volume 4 no. 12
Menu and toast list for the "Seventh Annual Banquet of the Ithaca Business Men's Association"
1904
Volume 4 no. 13
Yearly report of the Ithaca Trust Company
1902
Volume 4 no. 14
Circular by Brown Brothers and Company, New York
1902
Volume 4 no. 15
"Rules and Regulations for the Government of Licensed Plumbers and Layers of House Sewers in the City of Ithaca, New York"
1896
Volume 4 no. 16
"Prof. Schmidt's Letter of Acceptance," of the nomination by the Democratic party for the position of alderman
1901
Volume 4 no. 17
"Charter, Constitution, House Rules, and Lists of Officers and Members of the Town and Gown Club, of Ithaca, New York"
1892
Volume 4 no. 18
"Charter, Constitution, House Rules, and Lists of Officers and Members of the Town and Gown Club, of Ithaca, New York"
1894
Volume 4 no. 19
"Charter, Constitution, House Rules, and Lists of Officers and Members of the Town and Gown Club, of Ithaca, New York"
1899
Volume 4 no. 20
Program for the "Benefit Musciale," presented by the Town and Gown Club, February 23rd, 1903
1903
Volume 4 no. 21
Tompkins County Agricultural and Horticultural Society list of premiums and regulations of the 59th Annual Fair
1898
Volume 4 no. 22
Advertisement with reviews of "The New Philosophy of Money," by Alfred B. Westrup
1895
Volume 4 no. 23
"Young Men's Christian Association [YMCA] Hand-Book, Ithaca, New York, 1903-1904"
1903
Volume 5 no. x
[Volume 5 is MISSING]
[n.d.]
Volume 6 no. 1
"Catalogue of the Loan Exhibition of the Ithaca Branch of the New York Society of Decorative Art"
1879
Volume 6 no. 2
Program for the Historical Dramatic Festival, April 3, 4, and 5, 1911
1911
Volume 6 no. 3
"By-Laws of the Hobasco Lodge, No. 716, F. and A.M."
Nov., 1911
Volume 6 no. 4
"Plumbing Code: Rules and Regulations Governing Plumbing and Plumbing Fixtures, City of Ithaca, New York"
1911
Volume 6 no. 5
"Sanitary Code: Rules and Regulations of the Board of Health, City of Ithaca, New York"
1910
Volume 6 no. 6
"Schedule of Water-Rates of the City of Ithaca"
1915
Volume 6 no. 7
Menu and toast list for the "Fifteenth Annual Banquet of the Ithaca Business Men's Association"
1912
Volume 6 no. 8
Charter, constitution, and by-laws for The Ithaca Children's Home [same as 3 no. 17]
1899
Volume 6 no. 9
"Thirteenth Annual Catalogue of the Ithaca Conservatory of Music, Ithaca, New York"
1904
Volume 6 no. 10
"Constitution of the First Congregational Church, of Ithaca, New York"
1880
Volume 6 no. x
Letter by Edward A. George, minister of the First Congregational Church, concerning the total number of members [not accounted for in table of contents]
Mar. 29, 1913
Volume 6 no. 11
"Report of Joint Committee on a Site for the New Hospital," written by Charles H. Hull, secretary, and Edward Meaney, M.D., chairman
May 15, 1911
Volume 6 no. 12
Report of the Social Service League of Ithaca
Oct., 1907
Volume 6 no. 13
"The Social Service League of Ithaca: Some Description of this Educational and Civic Institution"
[n.d.]
Volume 6 no. 14
Articles of incorporation, constitution, and by-laws of the Ladies' Union Benevolent Society
1900
Volume 6 no. 15
"Young Men's Christian Association [YMCA] Hand-Book, Ithaca, New York, 1903-1904" [same as 4 no. 23]
1903
Volume 6 no. 16
"'Report on the Hygienic and Sanitary Condition of a Public School Building' by W.E. McGown," reprinted from the Pedagogical Seminary, December, 1910, Vol. XVII, pp. 480-490
1910
Volume 6 no. 17
Program for the "Sixteenth Annual Convention [of the] New York State Federation of Women's Clubs"
Nov., 1910
Volume 6 no. 18
Guide to "Summer Resorts on or Reached by the Elmira and Cortland Division of the Lehigh Valley Railroad"
[n.d.]
Volume 7 no. 1
"Manual of the Presbyterian Church of Ithaca, N.Y."
Jan., 1880
Volume 7 no. 2
Program for the Easter Day service at the First Congregational Church, provided by Rev. William Elliot Griffis, D.D., pastor
1900
Volume 7 no. 3
"Loan Exhibition Catalogue Number Three's Fair"
Jan., 1885
Volume 7 no. 4
"Telephone Guide to Ithaca and Cornell University"
1907
Volume 7 no. 5
Dinner and dessert menu for the "Formal Opening!" of the Ithaca Hotel, Jan. 28th, 1873
1873
Volume 7 no. 6
"'A Report to Accompany Study for a System of Reservations for Ithaca, N.Y.,' by Warren H. Manning, Boston, Mass."
1908
Volume 7 no. 7
Burial service of St. Augustine Commandery, No. 38
1905
Volume 7 no. 8
"Farms for Sale in the Celebrated Finger Lake Region, New York State by Ithaca Realty Co."
[n.d.]
Volume 7 no. 9
"Constitution, By-Laws, Officers and List of Members of the Country Club of Ithaca, New York"
May, 1900
Volume 7 no. 10
"'A Survey of the Public Healthy Situation, Ithaca, New York, 1914,' by Franz Schneider, Jr., Sanitarian"
1915
Volume 7 no. 11
[7 no. 11 not accounted for in table of contents nor the contents themselves; additionally, 7 no. 12-43 are not accounted for in the table of contents]
[n.d.]
Volume 7 no. 12
"Report (No. 287) of the Commissioners for draining the Cayuga Marshes"
Mar. 17, 1830
Volume 7 no. 13
"Report (No. 258) of the committee on the erection and division of towns and counties, on the petition of inhabitants of the town of Dryden, Tompkins county"
Mar. 5, 1831
Volume 7 no. 14
"Report (No. 277) of the committee on the erection and division of towns and counties, on the petition of sundry inhabitants of the counties of Steuben, Tioga and Tompkins, for the erection of a new county"
Mar. 16, 1831
Volume 7 no. 15
"Report (No. 340) of the select committee on the petition of inhabitants of the village of Ithaca, in relation to the election of constables"
Mar. 26, 1831
Volume 7 no. 16
"Annual Report (No. 36) of Epaphras Warren, an Inspector of Beef and Pork for the county of Tompkins"
Jan. 30, 1832
Volume 7 no. 17
"Report (No. 330) of the select committee to whom was referred the report of the Comptroller respecting the Cayuga Marshes and Swamp Lands"
Apr. 12, 1831
Volume 7 no. 18
"Report (No. 51) of the Canal Commissioners in relation to the Cayuga Marshes"; followed by, "Report of James Geddes, Engineer, in relation to the Cayuga Marshes"
Jan. 25, 1832
Volume 7 no. 19
"Report (No. 169) of the committee on towns and counties, on the petitions of sundry inhabitants of the counties of Steuben, Tioga and Tompkins"
Feb. 17, 1832
Volume 7 no. 20
"Annual Report (No. 84) of E. Thayer, an Inspector of Sole Leather in and for the county of Tompkins"
Jan. 26, 1832
Volume 7 no. 21
"Report (No. 120) of the committee on trade and manufactures, on the petition of sundry inhabitants of the county of Tompkins"
Jan. 31, 1833
Volume 7 no. 22
"Report (No. 56) of the Committee on Roads and Bridges, on the Petitions of sundry inhabitants of the counties of Tompkins, Tioga, Broome and Chenango"
Feb. 14, 1833
Volume 7 no. 23
"Annual Report (No. 159) of Ebenezer Thayer, an Inspector of Sole Leather for the county of Tompkins"
Feb. 1, 1833
Volume 7 no. 24
"Annual Report (No. 73) of Philip French, an Inspector of Sole Leather for the county of Tompkins"
Jan. 10, 1834
Volume 7 no. 25
"Annual Report (No. 72) of Hiram F. Randolph, an Inspector of Sole Leather for the county of Tompkins"
Jan. 10, 1834
Volume 7 no. 26
"Annual Report (No. 191) of Hiram F. Randolph, an Inspector of Sole Leather for the county of Tompkins"
Jan. 31, 1839
Volume 7 no. 27
"Report (No. 244) of the Canal Board, on the petitions of the inhabitants of the county of Tompkins, referred to them by the Hon. the Assembly"
Mar. 15, 1833
Volume 7 no. 28
"Report (No. 267) of the committee on canals and internal improvements, on the petition of the inhabitants of the county of Tompkins"
Mar. 21, 1833
Volume 7 no. 29
"Report (No. 348) of the Canal Board, to whom was referred by the Assembly the petition of inhabitants of the village of Ithaca, and county of Tompkins"
Mar. 29, 1834
Volume 7 no. 30
"Report (No. 349) of the select committee on the petition of inhabitants of the counties of Cayuga and Seneca, relative to a law to prevent the killing of ducks in the Cayuga lake and outlet"
Mar. 27, 1834
Volume 7 no. 31
"Report (No. 297) of the Canal Commissioners relative to the inlet of Cayuga Lake"; followed by estimate costs
Mar. 16, 1835
Volume 7 no. 32
"Annual Report (No. 98) of Hiram F. Randolph, an Inspector of Sole Leather for the county of Tompkins"
Jan. 20, 1838
Volume 7 no. 33
"Report (No. 79) of the select committee on a resolution directing an inquiry into the propriety of abolishing public executions"
Apr. 8, 1835
Volume 7 no. 34
"Report (No. 237) of the committee on rail-roads, on the petition of the Ithaca and Owego rail-road company"
Mar. 6, 1838
Volume 7 no. 35
"Report (No. 111) of the Comptroller, relative to the interest of the stock issued to the Ithaca and Owego Rail-Road Company"
May 4, 1839
Volume 7 no. 36
"Annual Report (No. 49) of Hiram F. Randolph, an Inspector of Sole Leather for the county of Tompkins"
Jan. 18, 1840
Volume 7 no. 37
"Report (No. 76) of the committee on medical societies and colleges, on petition of physicians of Tompkins county"
Feb. 15, 1844
Volume 7 no. 38
"Report (No. 146) of the select committee on sundry resolutions of citizens of Orange county, and also sundry petitions from Orange, Tompkins, Columbia and Tioga counties, relative to a reform of the common school system"
Mar. 20, 1846
Volume 7 no. 39
"Report (No. 62) of the committee on the erection and division of towns and counties, relative to a petition of the inhabitants of the counties of Chemung, Steuben, Yates and Tompkins, for the erection of a new county"
Feb. 17, 1847
Volume 7 no. 40
"Report (No. 81) of the minority of the committee on towns and counties on the petitions relative to the erection of a new county from parts of Chemung, Steuben, Tompkins and Yates"
Feb. 25, 1847
Volume 7 no. 41
Year-ending expenses and earnings for the Cayuga and Susquehanna Railroad
1853
Volume 7 no. 42
"Report (No. 35) of the committee, relative to draining the Cayuga Marshes"
Feb. 17, 1853
Volume 7 no. 43
"Report (No. 47) of the Commissioners of the Land Office in Relation to the Sale of Lands Donated to the State by the United States"
Jul. 24, 1867