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To James Madison from Robert R. Livingston, ca. 20 February 1791 (Abstract)

From Robert R. Livingston

Abstract. Ca. 20 February 1791, New York. A cover addressed to JM, with Livingston’s article, “Thoughts on Coinage,” clipped from the 19 Feb. 1791 N.Y. Daily Advertiser and pasted on the verso. “Robert R. Livingston” written across top of clipping. Livingston sent the same article to Jefferson on 20 Feb. 1791 and enclosed a letter which, among other matters, deplored “a territorial division of sentiment” in Congress “upon almost every important question” (Boyd, Papers of Jefferson description begins Julian P. Boyd et al., eds., The Papers of Thomas Jefferson (19 vols. to date; Princeton, 1950—). description ends , XIX, 296). Whether Livingston also enclosed a message in his letter to JM is not known.

RC (DLC: Broadside Collection, Rare Book Division).

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