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Guide to the Morgan Lewis Papers
1715-1860
 MS 383

New-York Historical Society
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New York, NY 10024
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Description is in English.

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Preferred Citation

This collection should be cited as the Morgan Lewis Papers, The New-York Historical Society.

Related Material at The New-York Historical Society

Additional material at NYHS related to Morgan Lewis:

The Beekman Family Papers

The Robert R. Livingston Papers

Cheetham, James. 1806.  Observations on the Conduct of Governor Lewis: In relation to the Bribery Charged on the Passage of the Act to Incorporate the Merchants' Bank. New York: Printed by James Cheetham.

Delafield, Julia Livingston, Mrs. 1877.  Biographies of Francis Lewis and Morgan Lewis. By their Granddaughter, Julia Delafield. New York, A.D.F. Randolph and Company.

Person in New York. 1807.  A Concise Account of the Rise, Progress, and Final Dissolution of the Late General Committee Friendly to the Re-election of His Excellency Morgan Lewis : In a Letter / from a person in New York to his friend in the country. New York: The Committee.

 To the Republican electors of the state: Fellow-citizens, Governor Clinton, your long tried and faithful servant, having declined a re-election, two candidates are offered to your choice as his successor: the one is Chief Justice Lewis, the other is Aaron Burr. 1804. Broadside. [New York : s.n.].