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The papers of William Livingston, a prominent Massachusetts attorney, consist of two major collections of papers from Livingston's personal files pertaining to his life and work.

Included are letterbooks, several large manuscripts, and valuable law and case registers. The material will provide students of American legal history with a look into the law as it was practiced before the Revolution and during the period of the new Federalist government.

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