New-York, November 10th, 1792. Please to give the following extracts from the Journal of the Senate of the state of New-York a place in your paper, agreeably to the order of the Senate of the 17th instant thereto annexed. ..

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  • Livingston, John, -- 1750-1822,
  • New York (State). -- Legislature. -- Senate -- Contested elections,
  • Contested elections -- New York (State)

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 46528
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