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[Document, 1774 January 31]

1. [Document, 1774 January 31]

  • Name: Jay, Peter (Author) Livingston, William, 1723-1790 (Addressee)
  • Date: January 31, 1774
  • Summary: Despite the fact that they have not met Sarah Livingston, Peter Jay and his wife concur in Jay's selection of a wife and send best wishes for their happiness.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1777 March 22]

2. [Document, 1777 March 22]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Livingston, William, 1723-1790 (Addressee)
  • Date: March 22, 1777
  • Summary: Comments on Livingston's letters of the 18th and 3rd. Livingston's "panegyric" on king will stimulate the prince to "exalt you at the first opportunity." It is to be regretted that at such a time measures should be feeble. The convention is now consid...
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1778 December 18]

3. [Document, 1778 December 18]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Livingston, William, 1723-1790 (Addressee)
  • Date: December 18, 1778
  • Summary: Thanks for congratulations on his election to Presidency of Congress. Commends New Jersey militia's enthusiasm. Brockholst Livingston will be Jay's personal secretary.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1778 December 18]

4. [Document, 1778 December 18]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Livingston, William, 1723-1790 (Addressee)
  • Date: December 18, 1778
  • Summary: Thanks Livingston for his congratulations at Jay's being elected President of Congress. Glad that New Jersey is now undertaking naval operations. Sends the Commission's instructions and bonds.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1779 April 07]

5. [Document, 1779 April 07]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Livingston, William, 1723-1790 (Addressee)
  • Date: April 07, 1779
  • Summary: Sends Livingston two acts of Congress: 1. one of March 23 regulating the clothing department. 2. one of April 5 providing for pay of officers employed in the department. The men will be appointed by the several states and paid by them. Hopes the acts ...
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1779 December 12...

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[Document, 1779 June 07]

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[Document, 1779 June 16]

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[Document, 1779 June 29]

9. [Document, 1779 June 29]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Livingston, William, 1723-1790 (Addressee)
  • Date: June 29, 1779
  • Summary: Sends two copies of acts of Congress of June 28: 1. directions on how to fill vacancies in regiments raised by states for the continental Army; 2. directing the states to bill up their battalions as quickly as possible.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1779 May 10]

10. [Document, 1779 May 10]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Livingston, William, 1723-1790 (Addressee)
  • Date: May 10, 1779
  • Summary: Communicated Livingston's letter of May 8 and his memorial to Congress and sends him their resolution in reply. Also sends a copy of an act of Congress of May 5 for facilitating the settlement of the late Commissary General Trumbull's and other public...
  • Number of Images: 1
Document, 1780 July 12

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[Document, 1780 July 14]

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[Document, 1780 November 22]

13. [Document, 1780 November 22]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Livingston, William, 1723-1790 (Addressee)
  • Date: November 22, 1780
  • Summary: John Jay's daughter has died. Discusses the relative worth of Spanish melons, garden herbs and roots (cabbages, cauliflowers, and onions), and grapes. He and Mrs. Jay are pleased at Judith's marriage to John Watkins.
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1781 April 25]

14. [Document, 1781 April 25]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Livingston, William, 1723-1790 (Addressee)
  • Date: April 25, 1781
  • Summary: Letter of introduction for Jean Toscan, the new French Nice Consul at Boston. The have been acquainted with Toscan almost since their arrival in Madrid.
  • Number of Images: 1
[Document, 1781 June 24]

15. [Document, 1781 June 24]

  • Name: Jay, Sarah Livingston (Author) Livingston, William, 1723-1790 (Addressee)
  • Date: June 24, 1781
  • Summary: "Duplicate" Autograph Letter Signed. Confides the details of her brother Brockholst's behavior in Spain. "Constant captiosness & sulkiness" have marked his bearing since their arrival. Gives specific instances of his insolence and indescretion. Goes o...
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[Document, 1782 December 14]

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[Document, 1782 January 31]

17. [Document, 1782 January 31]

  • Name: Jay, Sarah Livingston (Author) Livingston, William, 1723-1790 (Addressee)
  • Date: January 31, 1782
  • Summary: Jay's wife was alarmed by the paragraph in her father's letter about her brother. Inquiries of friends in Europe have been unsuccessful. The Marquis deBouilli has been given great praise for his brilliant enterprise against St. Eustatia. Count de Mont...
  • Number of Images: 2
[Document, 1782 October 13]

18. [Document, 1782 October 13]

  • Name: Jay, John, 1745-1829 (Author) Livingston, William, 1723-1790 (Addressee)
  • Date: October 13, 1782
  • Summary: Maria was very ill but is now recovered. All the Jays have been quite ill. Jay still has little strength and a pain in his breast. France is a nice country, almost as nice as the U.S. Art has done more for France and nature for the U.S. Summer cool he...
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[Document, 1782 October 14]

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[Document, 1782 October 14]

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