Arthur Breese
Henry Livingston, Jr.

New York Public Library
Gilbert Livingston Collection

D Father.

Yours of the 2n. Inst. is rec'd. It is now very uncertain whether we shall go to NYork or not this Spring. The Legislature has taken from me 1000 D. a year which is a serious thing to me. I had barely enough before to live on.

I now comply with your wish & send you a statement of your interests in the xxx. A certain Mr. Nicholls xx xx xx a xx one as 22 July 1814 I took 5 shares of 6 stock for the same, which area has xx to me. The following dividends I xx which I sent you the money for. xx

Ap. 10. 1815.  %Dividend              $16.50
Ap. 10. 1816   Do                      25.00

1817. Feb. 22. four of the shares I transferred to you. I believe you have xx one I transferred to xx

Apr. 25 Dividend to H. Livingston $4 xx Do 6 1819 Apr 10 Do 6 Nov. 1 Do 4 $20

The above $20. is xx remains due to xx which I will try to send you. The xx is as good as any bottom xx in the country. The xx all xx.

Much love to you, Mama & the Sis's

xx & affectionately Yrs.
A. Breese

Utica Ap. 19. 1820.


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