Letter, 1777 November 14.


Livingston, Henry B. Letter, 1777 November 14.

Letter, 1777 November 14.

Letter to Governor George Clinton expressing his frustration at not being able to speak with General James Clinton. Livingston was ordered by General Gates to obtain a reply from Clinton, but after waiting several days he left with no answer.

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