Henry Livingston, Jr.
1791 New-York Magazine; or Literary Repository

Only 43 in 1791, Henry wrote strong poetry up to age 78, and long letters till just before his death

Van Deusen-Kosinski Collection

New-York Magazine; or, Literary Repository
June, 1791, p.306

Notes to Correspondents

The representation of the Maelstroom is a beautiful piece. The respectable and ingenious delineator, while he is tendered our hearty thanks, may be assured that early attention will be paid this favour.

R will find we have not neglected him. His other communications shall appear in season.

Juvenis, No. XIX, shall have a place next month.

Several pieces without signatures are received, and shall be noticed in order.

'The Happy Vale' was published in the January 1792 issue.


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