Drummond, James (fl. 1706) to Robert Livingston re: attempt to obtain a relief warrant
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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03107.00768 Author/Creator: Drummond, James (fl. 1706) Place Written: London, [England] Type: Autograph letter signed Date: 1706/05/08 Pagination: 1p. + addr.+docket 19.7 x 15.5 cm
Drummond reports to Livingston that his letters have been delivered. He also informs Livingston of what must be done in order to meet the bail necessary to secure a warrant for Livingston's relief. Docket on verso of letter.
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