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Livingston, Philip:

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family of American statesmen, diplomats, and jurists. Robert R. Livingston (1654–1728)

Robert R. Livingston, 1654–1728, b. Roxburghshire, Scotland, was raised in Holland and immigrated to America in 1673 after his father died.
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Livingston, Philip

(1716–78) Revolutionary patriot; born in Albany, N.Y. He had cultural, intellectual, and political interests and was one of the founders of King's College (later Columbia) and N.Y. Society Library. He served in the Continental Congress (1774–78) and signed the Declaration of Independence.
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The project consists of a historically sensitive renovation of the 230,000 s/f former Philip Livingston Magnet Academy.
New York's Philip Livingston was an example of a conservative patriot, one who supported the rights of the Colonies against British abuses, yet doubted the wisdom of separation from Great Britain.
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Nominator's Comments: Philip Livingston, former FEI President and CEO, wrote that "Frank is a mentor to many financial professionals around the world.
Born into one of the oldest Yankee families, her ancestors included Philip Livingston, a US Declaration of Independence signatory, and Rufus King who founded Columbia University and was British ambassador.
Everyone has recognized for some time that audit committees are not as effective as they should be," says Philip Livingston, CPA, president and CEO of Financial Executives International (FEI) in Morristown, New Jersey.
1776--Foundrymen Charles Carroll, James Smith, George Taylor, James Wilson, George Ross, Philip Livingston and Stephen Hopkins sign the American Declaration of Independence.
A relative of his, Philip Livingston, was the only Livingston to sign it.
In our last issue, we presented a 15-question quiz prepared by Philip Livingston, CEO of Financial Executives International, that was a good test of a director's financial literacy.
Philip Livingston, president and chief executive officer, Financial Executives International, U.
Rather he traces his lineage to Philip Livingston (1686-1749), the second lord of Livingston manor on the Hudson River.
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