Cuyler, Abraham C. (fl. 1773) to Robert Livingston, Jr. re: conveyance of John Myer
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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03107.03286 Author/Creator: Cuyler, Abraham C. (fl. 1773) Place Written: Albany, New York Type: Autograph letter signed Date: 1773/08/21 Pagination: 1p. + docket 22.6 x 18.1 cm
Abraham Cuyler states that the bearer of the letter, John Myer, was brought before him as a wandering vagrant who claimed that he used to live on Livingston Manor. Cuyler therefore explains that he has sent Myer back to live on the Manor, and asks Robert, Jr. to provide some means for Myer's maintenance.
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