Livingston, Robert to Queen Anne re: Petition for back salary
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Requests the Queen to order the reimbursment of three and a half years of salary unreceived, as well as moneys disbursed throughout victualling. Below Livingston's petition on p.2 is a note from C. Hedges forwarding the petition to the Lord High Treasurer Lord Godolphin, dated 22 October 1705. On p.3 William Lowndes, on the behalf of Lord Godolphin, forwards the petition to William Balthwayt, dated 19 December 1705. Below this is contained Blathwayt's response of the 29 Janurary 1706, in which he orders that Livingston be paid the sum due to him.
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