Letter, 1822 July 15.


Letter, 1822 July 15.

Letter to N.Y. State Comptroller John Savage regarding Chapter 193 of the laws of 1822 and its effect on the assignment of the mortgage of George Booth and George R. Livingston. Written at Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

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New York (State)

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At least seven of the signers who were paid here may be found in Thomas L. Cook's Palmyra and Vicinity as prominent citizens (Palmyra, 1930; see index). Some also appear in Backman, The First Vision (SLC, 1980). Of one of these, for example who tried to help Martin Harris borrow money to print the Book of Mormon, we obtain some interesting background in Backman's work, pp. 30, 37 (regarding Henry Jessup). Other representative names include Milo Galloway, Luther Reeves, Zebulon Reeves, Thomas Rog...

Livingston, Brockholst, 1757-1823

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Brockholst Livingston practised law in New York from 1783, and was an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1806-1823). Charlotte Hicks was the widow of Whitehead Hicks, mayor of New York. From the description of Letter to William Livingston, 15 April 1786. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 234341695 ...

Savage, John, 1690-1700 fl.

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Tallmadge, James, 1778-1853

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