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Inglehart, Frederick M.
- Buffalo's first mayor, Dr. Ebenezer Johnson. Paper read before the society, February 12, 1877. By F. M. Inglehart. (1896)
- A history of the private, political, and official villanies of Fernando Wood. To Brown, brothers and co. (1856)
Irving, Washington, 1783-1859
- A history of New York, from the beginning of the world to the end of the Dutch dynasty, containing, among many suprising and curious matters, the unutterable ponderings of Walter the Doubter, the disastrous projects of William, the Testy, and the chivalric achievements of Peter, the Headstrong - the three Dutch governors of New Amsterdam; being the only authentic history of the times that ever hath been, or ever will be published, by Diedrich Knickerbocker [pseud.] (1885)
Ives, L. Silliman (Levi Silliman), 1797-1867.
- Sermon, preached in St. Luke's Church, New York, September 25,1831, on taking leave of his congregation. (1831)
Jay, William, 1789-1858
Jefferson, Thomas, pres. U. S., 1743-1826.
Jogues, Isaac, 1607-1646.
Johnson, Clifton, 1865-1940.
Johnson, Evan M. (Evan Malbone), 1791-1865.
- Toleration: a discourse delivered in St. John's Church, Brooklyn, on Thanksgiving Day, December 10, 1835. (1835)
Juet, Robert, d. 1611
- Extract from the journal of the voyage of the Half-Moon, Henry Hudson, master, from the Netherlands to the coast of North-America, in the year 1609. By Robert Juet, mate. (1841)
Kent, James, 1763-1847.
- An anniversary discourse, delivered before the New York Historical Society, by the Hon. James Kent...December 6th, 1828. (1841)
Kent, William, 1802-1861.
- Recollections of Albany : an address delivered before the Young Men's Association of Albany, February 7th, 1854 (1854)
- The origin of the name of Buffalo. Read before the Buffalo Historical Society, April 7, 1863. By William Ketchum, esq. (1863)
Kettell, George F.
- Sermon preached on Thanksgiving Day, November 25th, 1847, in the First Wesleyan Chapel, Vestry-Street, New-York. (1848)
Keys , Alice Mapelsden.
King, Charles, 1789-1867.
- "History of the New York Chamber of commerce, with notices of some of its most distinguished members. An anniversary discourse, delivered before the New York historical society, November 21, 1848. By Charles King." (1849)
Knox, John, 1790-1858.
- The church glorious; a discourse delivered on the occasion of the opening, for divine worship, the building erected by the consistory of the Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New-York, on the corner of Fourth Street and Lafayette Place, May 9, 1839. (1839)
Krebs, John M. (John Michael), 1804-1867.
- The American citizen. A discourse on the nature and extent of our religious subjection to the government under which we live: including an inquiry into the Scriptural authority of the provision of the Constitution of the United States, which requires the surrender of fugitive slaves. Delivered in the Rutgers street Presbyterian church, in the city of New York December 12, 1850 (1851)
- The providence of God in the calamities of men. A sermon preached for the Duane-Street Church, and also in the Rutgers-Street Church, on Sabbath December 20, 1835; on occasion of the destructive fire, in the First Ward in the City of New-York, on the night of Dec. 16-17 previous (1836)