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Livingston, Philip Writ for the trial of William Rogers in the Court of Common Pleas

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03107.02406 Author/Creator: Livingston, Philip Place Written: Albany, New York Type: Manuscript document signed Date: [1714]/01/18 Pagination: 1p. + docket 16.4 x 21.4 cm

Summary of Content: Philip Livingston orders the city of Albany to take William Rogers, if he may be found, and bring him before the Court of Common Pleas so that he may answer to charges of trespassing brought against him by Thomas Mackbath.

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Historical Era: Colonization and Settlement, 1585-1763

Subjects: LawBoundary or Property Dispute

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