Commission on Trade and Plantations to Queen Anne re: Petition on behalf of Robert Livingston
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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03107.00736 Author/Creator: Commission on Trade and Plantations Place Written: Whitehall [London, England] Type: Manuscript document signed Date: 1705/01/10 Pagination: 1 p. + docket 31.9 x 20.1 cm
The committee agrees that Coll. Fletcher suspended Livingston from his post as Secretary of Indian Affairs without just cause, and that since Livingston continued to fulfill the duties of this position, he is owed a salary from the British government.
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