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In 1895, Comptroller James A. Roberts, in moving some documents to make room for an extension to his office, brought to light many valuable papers relating to the Revolutionary War and the important position occupied by the State of New York in that momentous struggle. Through the kind assistance of various Legislatures, those documents were arranged and compiled and a volume issued therefrom which has been a valuable addition to the historical records of this State. One fact alone demonstrates the worth of the work which has been prosecuted in the Comptroller's Department in connection with these Revolutionary Records: The State of New York had formerly been credited with having furnished in the War for Independence but 18,000 men, which number had been accepted as historically accurate. The documents which were first discovered by Mr. Roberts and afterward arranged by him and his successors, prove beyond dispute that New York's quota was at least 43,645 men, giving to our State a much more commanding position as a factor in the Revolutionary contest than it had theretofore occupied. The work which was issued by Mr. Roberts passed through two editions prior to the final arrangement of all the Revolutionary papers.

On assuming the office of Comptroller, I found that the work of preparing these documents for consultation and the index to the same, had been practically completed and that the binding of the few remaining additional volumes of original documents would complete the Revolutionary work in its entirety. All that remained of interest to the general public was the printing and issuing of a Supplement or companion book to "New York in the Revolution," which would give a complete resume of the Revolutionary Records of the Department. The Legislature of 1901 provided an item in the Supply Bill for this work which I now have the pleasure of adding to the historical annals of this State. The second edition of "New York in the Revolution" was the roll-call of the officers and men who served in the War. This Supplement gives in a condensed form the history of the War as shown by the documents. It is not a reprint in the entirety of those documents, which only could be done at a great, and probably unwarranted, expenditure; but it is a work calculated to give sufficient information upon the subject-matter contained in those documents to answer every practical purpose. It may be that some future generation may see fit to publish all of the historical documents in this office and in other of the State departments, relating to the struggle of this Colony, with the others, for its independence.

Great progress in this direction has been made within the past five years not only in this office but in the office of the State Historian, and at a comparatively small expenditure.

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