Morgan Lewis (1754-1844) was a New York City statesman who served in the American Revolution. He was the son of Francis Lewis, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. He attended the College of New Jersey, now Princeton College, and graduated in 1773. After the war he returned to New York City, where he was appointed colonel commandant of a legionary corps of volunteer militia and escorted George Washington at his first inauguration as President. Lewis served in the New York State Assembly for both New York County and Dutchess County. He was also elected New York State Governor.
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|02/16/1792||Smiths Inquiry 1 & 2||03/29/1792||100|
|04/27/1792||Don Quixote in Spanish||04/29/1792||100|