New York Assembly. Report on the
Petition of Margaret Livingston
New York, February 13, 1787. On this date Hamilton reported on behalf of a committee of which he was chairman on a petition from Margaret Livingston and others: “Proprietors in part of the Township of New-Stamford, in the County of Ulster, praying leave to present a bill for the partition of the said Township.”1
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1. The committee report was agreed to by the Assembly which resolved that leave be granted to Margaret Livingston and others to present a bill for the partition of the township.