Henry Livingston, Jr.
Henry Livingston's Letters

Transcription - New York Historical Society

27 Nov 1821 Manor Livingston

Dear Sir

I do think that the money I spoke to you while at N York to borrow for me will not be wanted. I should have written you so a few days since but I have not been well since I left N.York owing to a fever cold &c I took on board the 2 [second?] Boat

We have a snow that prevails. Waggoning, or sleying the roads impassible for loads. I am your very Hul Set

Henry Livingston

Wm Kimble Esq White Hall Street N York


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