The league then had four towns that hosted NYSL teams.
Starting up again in 2008, the NYSL returned with a more formidable plan in place.
1826 (Cornelius Winne hired to slaughter animals), Albany Institute of History and Art; George Holcomb Diary, 29 March 1832, NYSL; Sarah Mynderse Campbell Diary, 8 May 1824, 16-18 May 1829; William Hoffman Diary, 12 March 1847, NYHS; Hannah Barnard, Dialogues on Domestic and Rural Economy and the Fashionable Follies of the World (Hudson, 1820), p.
Dwight, 28 June 1826, Letter Copies, Austin Collection, MV 1095; Zephaniah Chase Account Book 1787 and 1799, NYSL; Alexander Coventry Diary, 25 Nov.
Morss Papers, NYSL; Ann-Janette Dubois Diary, 19 and 24 May 1834, 17 July 1840, 20 Jan.
A claims that the NYSL would have permitted a sale of his rights to future payments, which demonstrates his unfettered access to the full $26 million.
Assuming the 1996 payment represented income in that year, he contends, the Tax Court erroneously held that his investment in the annuitized lottery payments was "at most $1." The court assumes, without deciding, that the NYSL's 1996 disbursement to A was an annuity governed by Sec.
Wool to Sarah Wool, April 29, May 1, 1863, Wool MSS, box 3, folder 3, NYSL; John E.
1863, Wool MSS, box 6, folder 5, NYSL; Wool to Seymour, July 9.1863, Wool MSS, box zo, folder lO, NYSL; McKay, The Civil War and New York City, 191; Wool to Seymour, June 20, July 6, 1863, Fairchild Collection, Seymour MSS, New-York Historical Society, New York City.
Townsend, July 8,1963, Wool MSS, box 6, folder 5, NYSL; Wool to Seymour, July 9,1863; Josiah Miller to John E.