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Robert Livingston 1783 autographed letter signed regarding setting up a "house of entertainment."
Philadelphia, May 9, 1783. 9 x 7.5. "In full, the letter reads, ""Dear Sir: Mr. Dally son of Mrs Boreh having been compelled by the necessities of the times to leave New York is desirous of returning to it and setting up a house of entertainment. He is I am told well qualified for it - He wishes to have Hulls tavern and to get possession so soon as to be able to prepare for your reception on your first going into town - Whether this lays in your department I know not, but am inclined to think every thing of this kind must be transacted with the commissioners for the Southern department and have told him of it as he seems earnestly desirous of your interposition in his favor I have been induced at his request to trouble you with this -- I am dear sire with great regard and esteem, Your Excellency's most Ob. Hum. Serv't. RR Livingston."""
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