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(1)Resoutions at Oyster Bay, on the passage of the Stamp Act.
(2)Meeting at Jamaica and election of a Committee
(3)Address of Jamaica Committee to Delegates in Congress
(4)Protest of Jamaica Loyalists Against Committees.
(5)Committe of seventeen chosen at Newtown.
(6)Resolutions passed by the Committee at Newtown.
(7)Protest of Newtown Loyalist.
(8)Meeting at Oyster Bay.
(9)Committee chosen at Flushing.
(10)Poetry picked up in Queens County.
(11)A Provincial Convention to be held
(12)Vote of Jamaica -> For a Deputy, 85, (names)
(13)Vote of Newtown -> 100 freeholders (names)
(15)Vote of Flushing
(16)Vote of Oyster Bay
(17)Certificate of Minority at Oyster Bay -> (43 names)
(18)Queens County has no vote in Convention
(19)A Provincial Congress to be held.
(20)Lieutenant Governor Colden addressed At Jamaica
(21)Protest of Oyster Bay Justices
(22)Election of Deputies in Queens County
(23)Congress opened with daily prayers
(24)List of Committee Men in Queens County
(25)Form of Association
(26)Congress consider the state of Queens County
(27)Congress order Members From Queens to take their seats
(28)Congress appoint a day of fasting and prayer
(29)1 cwt. of gunpowder voted Joseph Robinson
(30)A Lawrence and G. Bethune examined
(31)Arms impressed from Non-Associators
(32)List of Jamaica Minute Men
(Song)Song of the Jamaica Minute Men
(33)Cow and Great Neck separate from Hempstead
(34)Vote of Queens County for Deputies -->Jamaica; 221 names
Revolutionary Incidents in Hempstead
Provincial Forces of North America
(483-519)LIST OF TROOPS THAT LAY IN QUEENS COUTNY.