John Bradstreet, Beverley Robinson, William Alexander, and Oliver DeLanceySeptember 24, 1755 and December 5, 1755
Multiple pages related to a payment that took 2 months to process. Transactions took place in Oswego, Albany, and New York City. Additional names include William Alexander, Oliver DeLancey, and Peter Van Brugh Livingston. The final note says "noted for non-acceptance 16 Oct. 1755, G.H."
An account of the purchase of oxen, stairs, and cows from Petrus D'Witt to Robert Livingston on June 15, which included travel expenses of the drivers and horses who delivered them to Livingston Manor. The initial debt was to Messrs Livingston and Morris.
An account of the purchase of oxen and cows from Petrus D'Witt to Robert Livingston on June 15, including travel expenses of the drivers and horses who delivered them to Livingston Manor. The initial debt was to Messrs Livingston and Alexander. The finally payment was by Messrs Livingston and Morris on July 28th.
Peter Van Brugh Livingston07-17-1756
Peter Van Brugh Livingston, addressed from New York, NY, wrote to Moses Franks, Merchant in London, on behalf of Mary Alexander. The payment was for Messrs Sargent Aufrere & Company.
Robert wrote from Livingston Manor to his brother Peter, no address, that Mr. George Pyncton delivered oxen, more oxen are on the way to Kinderhook, NY, and the cost.
Lewis Morris's letter and receipt to Peter, Merchant in New York, regarding payments received from William Johnston, Deputy Paymaster General, for provisions to be used by forces.
William Vanderspiegle wrote from Philadelphia, PA, to Peter Van Brugh Livingston, no address. He sent a payment to Peter and expected Derek Brinkerhoof to send an additional sum.
Draft of the Bill Entitled an Act to Preserve the Navigation of the Creeks and Rivulets within the Coloney of New Jesrey, August 15, 1755
This document is a draft, with X's and underlined words. The speaker was James Alexander.
The list includes cannonballs, grape shots, iron round for bolts, flat bards, working oxen, and live cattle, with quantities and some prices.
William Alexanders order in favor of Daniel Campbell for Peter Van Brugh Livingston, October 20, 1755
William Alexander received payment from Daniel Cambell.
Nicholas wrote to Peter Van Brugh Livingston, no address. Verso: Garrisons Receipts for a packet containing Sundry Letters for the British Ministry dated the 29th October 1755. He promises that he would do everything in his power to prevent the letters from falling into enemy hands.
Robert Livingston wrote to Mr. Livingston & Alexander, Merchants in New York, to pay Elisha Sheldon.
Nicholas Houtschilt wrote in Dutch to Peter Van Brugh Livingston. Verso: Pmo. March 1750/1 Mr. Nicholas Houtschilt received 11th March c/o Cap. Kip answered.
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