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Cornelis Evertse, Jr., and a council of war....
September 8, 1664
Anthony Brockholles, Commander-in-Chief.... November 16, 1677 Sir Edmond Andros, Knt...
Anthony Brockholles, Commander-in-Chief... Jan. (N. S.) 13, 1681 Thomas Dongan...
Sir Edmond Andros
Francis Nicholson, Lieutenant-Governor..
Richard Ingoldesby, Commander-in-Chief..
Earl of Bellomont...
John Nanfan, Lieutenant-Governor..
Earl of Bellomont.........
Col. William Smith.
Col. Abraham De Peyster...
Col. Peter Schuyler*
August 27, 1883
John Nanfan, Lieutenant-Governor..
Peter Schuyler, President..
Richard Ingoldesby, Lieutenant-Governor..
Peter Schuyler, President...
Richard Ingoldesby, Lieutenant-Governor
Gerardus Beekman, President..
Sir Danvers Osborne, Bart..
James De Lancey, Lieutenant-Governor..
Sir Charles Hardy, Knt....
James De Lancey, Lieutenant-Governor.
Cadwallader Colden, President.
Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant-Governor...
Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant-Governor.
The Earl of Bellomont died March 5, 1701. tenant-Governor Nantan, and until May 19,
September 17, 1720
October 30, 1786
September 2, 1743
October 10, 1753
September 3, 1755
November 18, 1761
During the absence of Lieu 1701, the Government was ad ministered by the Council, at which the oldest Councillor presided during
Pierre Van Cortlandt, Pres. Council Safety.... May
Military Governors during the Revolutionary war, not recognized by the State of New York.
The Constitution of 1777 did not specify the time when the Governor should enter on the duties of his office. Gov. Clinton was declared elected July ninth and qualified on the above day. On the thirteenth of February, 1787, an act was passed for regulating elections, which provided that the Governor and LieutenantGovernor should enter on the duties of their respective offices on the first of July after their election.
Lieutenant Governor, Acting Governor.
The Constitution of 1821 provided that the Governor and Lieutenant-Governor shall, on and after the year 1823, enter on the duties of their respective offices on the first of January.
I Lieutenant-Governor, became Governor upon resignation of Martin Van Buren, March 12 1829. Elected November, 1880, for a full term.
William L. Marcy.
William H. Seward...
Roswell P Flower
Levi P. Morton
Frank S. Black
Theodore Roosevelt... Oyster Bay
Brigadier-General Edward Morris Hoffman, Adjutant-General and
Chief of Staff.
Colonel George Curtis Treadwell, Military Secretary.
Major Craig Wadsworth, Aide-de-Camp.
Captain William Littauer, Aide-de-Camp.
Captain F. Norton Goddard, Aide-de-Camp.
Captain David S. Iglehart, Aide-de-Camp.
Lieutenant-Colonel William Henry Chapin, 65th Regiment, Aide-deCamp.
Lieutenant-Colonel Edmund P. Cottle, 74th Regiment, Aide-deCamp.
*Elected President of the United States in 1884, and resigned the office of Governor January 6, 1885.
+ Lieutenant-Governor, became Governor upon resignation of Grover Cleveland, January 6, 1885. Elected November 6, 1885, for a full term, and re-elected November 6, 1888.
Lieutenant-Colonel Harry Hayden Treadwell, 22d Regiment, Aidede-Camp.
Captain George Albert Wingate, 23d Regiment, Aide-de-Camp.
Captain James Madison Andrews, 36th Separate Company, Aide-deCamp.
First Lieutenant William Livingston Flanagan, 2d Battery, Aide-de Camp.
Captain Adrian Whitford Mather, 10th Battalion, Aide-de-Camp.
First Lieutenant Robert Kelly Prentice, Squadron "A," Aide-deCamp.
Second Lieutenant James Wray Cleveland, 7th Regiment, Aide-deCamp.
Lieutenant-Commander Alfred Brooks Fry, Aide-de-Camp.
ROSTER OF EMPLOYEES, EXECUTIVE CHAMBER. Second Floor, Capitol, City of Albany.
The Lieutenant-Governor is elected by the people in the same manner and for the same term as the Governor. No person is eligible to the office, except a citizen of the United States, of the age of not less than thirty years, who shall have been five years, next preceding his election, a-resident of the State. In case of the impeachment of the Governor, or his removal from office, death, inability to discharge the powers and duties of the said office, resignation, or absence from the State, the powers and duties of the office devolve upon the Lieutenant-Governor for the residue of the term, or until the disability shall cease. But when the Governor, with the consent of the Legislature, shall be out of the State in time of war, at the head of a military force thereof, he continues Commander-in-Chief of all the military forces of the State. If, during a vacancy of the office of Governor, the Lieutenant-Governor shall be impeached, displaced, resign, die, or become incapable of performiug the duties of his office, or be absent from the State, the President of the Senate acts as Governor until the vacancy is filled, or the disability shall cease. The Lieutenant-Governor is President of the Senate, but has only a casting vote therein. By virtue of that office he is a member of the Court for the Trial of Impeachments, but is prohibited from acting on the trial of an impeachment against the Governor. He is also a Commissioner of the Canal Fund, Land Office, a member of the Canal Board, a trustee of Union College, Cornell University, a Regent of the University, a trustee of the finished portions of the new Capitol, and trustee of several of the other public buildings of the State, and of the State Board of Equalization of Assessments. He has an annual salary of $5,000, and is prohibited from receiving any other compensation, fee or perquisite for any duty or service he may be required to perform by the Constitution or by law.