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Livingston, Walter 1740-1797

Works: 38 works in 90 publications in 1 language and 946 library holdings
Genres: Claims  History  Sources  Records and correspondence  Military history 
Roles: Author
Classifications: Z1215, 330
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Estimate of the annual expenditure of the civil departments of the United States, on the present establishment by United States( Book )

7 editions published in 1786 in English and held by 47 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Acts of Assembly passed in the province of New-York, from 1691 to 1718 by New York (State)( Book )

1 edition published in 1719 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Reports of the Board of Treasury by United States( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Board of Treasury, established by the Continental Congress in 1776, was a standing committee of five members responsible for superintending the Treasury and finances of the United States. In 1781, its duties were assumed by Robert Morris as Superintendent of Finance. Congress re-established the Board of Treasury as a committee of three members in 1784 to replace the position of Superintendent. The new Board existed until the creation of the Department of the Treasury in September, 1789. Board commissioners during the period represented in this volume were Arthur Lee (1740-1792), Walter Livingston (1740-1797), and Samuel Osgood (1748-1813). The Reports of the Board of Treasury are the Board's copies of reports and advisements submitted to Congress, dated 1785 April 25 to 1787 September 28, as maintained in one bound volume (488 pages) labelled "A." Many reports are in the handwriting of Commissioner Walter Livingston. The reports advise Congress on financial matters at the national level, and on monetary claims against the United States, sent to the Board for review. Claims were petitioned by military personnel, government employees, diplomatic agents and civilians, seeking payment of salaries or debt, compensation for losses, or other reimbursements. Most claims originated from the Revolutionary War
Letter by Walter Livingston( )

1 edition published in 1786 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letter to Henry Oothoudt and Jeremiah Van Rensselaer settling his account with them and thanking them for their efforts on his behalf
New York, N.Y., to Thomas Smith by United States( )

1 edition published in 1787 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Directs Smith as commissioner of the Loan Office for Pennsylvania to publish an advertisement (not present) of a sale of public lands in the Western Territory. Written and signed by Treasury commissioner Samuel Osgood and signed by two other commissioners, Walter Livingston and Arthur Lee
Robert R. Livingston papers by Robert R Livingston( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers and correspondence, 1707-1862, of Robert R. Livingston and other members of the Livingston family. Robert R. Livingston's correspondence deals with family matters; negotiations in Paris for the Louisiana Purchase; travel in Europe; his import of merino sheep to his estate in Clermont (N.Y.); and his business relations with Robert Fulton in the steamboat navigation of the Hudson River. There is also a large body of correspondence of his distant cousin, Walter Livingston. Walter Livingston's correspondence contains some letters and accounts related to his activities as Deputy Commissary General during the Revolutionary War, but most of it relates to the settlement of the estate of his father, Robert Livingston, and to his own business activities, including the operation of the iron furnace at Ancram (N.Y.), and investments in land in New York and Vermont. Some of Walter Livingston's investments involved William Duer. There is also a large body of material related to the settlement of Robert R. Livingston's estate, and to the business activities of his son-in-law, Robert L. Livingston. Robert L. Livingston had extensive landholdings, and was involved in the North River Steam Boat Company
whereas in consequence of certain intelligence that a combination of numerous tribes of hostile Indians had actually commenced war on the western frontier by United States( )

1 edition published in 1786 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Resolution dated Nov. 23, 1786 by the Commissioners of the Board of Treasury (Samuel Osgood, Walter Livingston, and Arthur Lee) requesting the states pay $530,000 to the federal treasury
Parker family papers by N. J.) Parker family (Perth Amboy( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Documents and correspondence of the following individuals are included in the papers: James Alexander, William Alexander (Lord Stirling), Robert Allen, John Barberie, Robert Barclay, Andrew Bell, Ryneir Blanchard, Elisha Boudinot, Gilbert Budd, John Cochran, John Cooley, James Duane, Azariah Dunham, William Dunlap, Hamilton Fish, Nathan Ford, P.W. Freame, William Churchill Houston, Richard Howell, Robert Hunter, Andrew Johnston, Abraham Kitchel, Robert R. Livingston, Walter Livingston, William Livingston, Thomas Millidge, Samuel D. Morford, Lewis Morris, Richard R. Morris, Robert Hunter Morris, Cortlandt Parker, Elisha Parker, James Parker, William Paterson, John Penn, Richard Penn, Thomas Penn, John Reade, John Rutherford, David A. Ryerson, James Silver, John Stevens, Richard Stevens, Richard Stockton, Peter D. Vroom, and Peter Young
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Walter Livingston Amerikaans politicus (1740-1797)

Walter Livingston personnalité politique américaine

Walter Livingston US-Amerikanischer Politiker

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