Livingston was born in 1723, in Albany, NY, and was cared for by his grandmother until he was 14 years old. After that, he lived a year with a missionary of the Mohawk Indian tribe. He attended Yale and graduated in 1741. Opposing his family’s intention to pursue a fur trade in Albany, the young Livingston decided to pursue a law degree in New York City. Before completing the course in 1745, he married Susanna French, the daughter of a wealthy landowner in New Jersey. They have 13 children. Dragon hello darkness my old friend poster. Three years later, Livingston was accepted into court and quickly gained credibility, thanks to his support of the mass movement against the conservatives in the city. Aligned with Calvinists on religion, he resisted British colonial leadership and manipulated the sharp and satirical pen in poems and banners. Livingston criticized British attempts to control King’s College (now Columbia University). In 1758, he became the leader of his faction. For a decade, his side gained control of Parliament and fought against British Parliament interference in internal affairs in the colonies. Livingston was a congressman in the State Parliament in 1759-1761 years.