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1279. WILDE (OSCAR). Salome; a Tragedy in One Act.
16 illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley. Small 4to, cloth, uncut.

* Only 250 copies on Handmade paper. Lond. 1904

1280. WILKINS (W. H.). Mrs. Fitzherbert and George
IV. Numerous portraits, views, etc. 2 vols. thick 8v, half
crimson morocco, gilt tops, uncut. N. Y. 1905

1281. WILLIAMS (MONIER). Sakoontala; or, The Lost
Ring; an Indian Drama. Translated into English Prose and
verse, from the Sanskrit of Kalidasa. 4to, decorated wrap-
pers, uncut. N. Y. 1885

* One of 1 1 copies on Japan paper. The text finely printed
within an arabesque border, varying in colors.

of the Right Honourable Sir Chas. Hanbury Williams, K. B.
With Notes by Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford. Portraits.
3 vols. small 8vo, half crimson morocco, gilt tops, uncut
(rubbed). Lond. 1822


1283. WILMOT (REV. JAMES). The Life of the Author
of the Letters of Junius, The Rev. James Wilmot. By his
Niece, Olivia Wilmot Serres. Portrait, engraved title and
facsimiles. 8vo, boards, uncut (rebacked and broken at
hinge). Lond. 1813

1284. WILSON (CHARLES H.). The Beauties of Tom
Brown : Consisting of Humorous Pieces, in Prose and Verse,
selected from the Works of that satirical and lively Writer.
To which is prefixed A Life of the Author. FIRST EDITION.
Fint colored folding frontispiece by Rowlandson of a "Gam-
in(/ House." 12mo, half green morocco, gilt top, uncut.

Lond. 1808

* Fine Copy. From the library of A. Oakley Hall.

1285. WILSON (JOHN, ''Christopher North"). A. L. S.,

1 p. 4to. Not dated, but about 1816 (inlaid).

* To John Constable, the publisher, reading in part: "No
copy of the 'City of the Plague' has come here to-night, which
lias caused me more trouble than I can express," etc.

1286. WILSON (JOHN). The Works of Professor Wilson.
I'lii-lriiifs. 12 vols. 12mo, cloth, uncut. Edin., v. d.

1287. WISE (JOHN S.). The End of an Era. 8vo, cloth,
uncut. Bost. 1899

* With A. L. S. of the author, referring to his work, inserted.

1288. WITS AND HUMOURISTS (Timbs), 2 vols. Lond.
1872; Iconoclasm and Whitewash (Browne), N. Y. 1885;
Impostors and Adventurers (Fuller), Bost. 1882. Together
4 vols. 8vo and 12mo, cloth.

1289. WOFFINGTON (PEG). The Life and Adventures
-of Peg Woffington, with Pictures of the Period in which she
Lived. By J. Fitzgerald Malloy. FIRST EDITION. Portrait.

2 vols. small 8vo, half morocco, gilt backs, gilt tops, uncut.

Lond. 1884

1290. WOMAN OF LETTERS (Mayer), 2 vols. Lond.
1894; Authors and Publishers (Putnam), N. Y. 1897 ; Sketches
of Booksellers of other Days (Marston), N. Y. 1901. Together
4 vols., various sizes and bindings.

REIGN. Lond. 1897; Life and Letters of Leslie Stephen
iM;iitland), Lond., n. d.; Literary History of the English
People (Jusserand), N. Y. 1895. Together 3 vols. 8vo, cloth.

1292. WORDSWORTH (WILLIAM). Facsimile of the
original Manuscript of Wordsworth's Paraphrase of Spenser's
Fairy Queen. Imperial 8vo, cloth.

1293. [WORDSWORTH (WILLIAM).] Select Specimens
of English Poetry. 12mo, half calf (margin of one leaf re-
paired). Lond. 1827

* This vol. bears the autograph signature of ' ' Wm. Words-
worth," on title-page; several pp. have manuscript notes in
ink, which apparently are in a later hand. Laid in is a letter
by W. H. Nash, regarding the same.


1294. WORKS OF HORACE (Francis), 4 vols. Lond.
1856; Cassar, a Sketch (Froude), N. Y. 1880; Discourse of
Epictetus. N. Y. 1900 ; and others. Together 10 vols., various
sizes and bindings.

1295. WRIGHT (THOMAS). The Life of Edward Fitz-
gerald. 56 plates. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Lond. 1904

1296. YATES (EDMUND). Edmund Yates: His Recollec-
tions and Experiences. Portraits. 2 vols. 8vo, half red levant
morocco, gilt tops. Lond. 1884

* A. N. S. of Author inserted.

1297. ZINZENDORF (N. L., COUNT OF, founder and
Bishop of the Moravian Brethren, 1700-60). A. L. S., 1 p.
8vo, n. p., n. d. (pasted on cardboard). RARE AUTOGRAPH.

1298. ZOLA (EMILE). Nana. Illustree par Andre Gill,
Bertall, G. Bellenger, Bigot, Clairin, etc. Royal 8vo, half blue
levant morocco, gilt tops, uncut, original wrappers bound in,
by Stikeman. Paris, 1882

1299. ZOLA (EMILE). Le Reve. Illustrations de Carloz
Schwabe et L. Metivet. Royal 8vo, half blue levant morocco,
gilt top, uncut, original wrappers bound in. Paris, n. d.

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American Authors, a collection of 156 autographs and 100 portraits;
Revolutionary document in the handwriting of Col. Eichard Varick; fine
letter by Benedict Arnold to Governor Clinton; Letters and other auto-
graphic matter by Aaron Burr; William Cobbett's copy of his letter to
the Freemen of Worcester ; Manuscript of J. F. . Cooper 's Life of Richard
Dale; interesting letter by Thomas Gushing; General Parsons 's Orderly
Book, largely in his handwriting; fine war letter from Gen. Grant to his

Bret Harte's Manuscript of his review of "Man and Wife"; Manu-
script of Washington Irving 's Life of Washington, chapter VIII of vol.
5 ; important letter of John Jay to Governor Clinton ; important letter by
Paul Jones; autograph of Gov. Jacob Leisler;

Autograph Manuscript of Longfellow's "Bridge of Clouds"; Com-
missions to public lands, signed by Thomas McKean; A. L. S. by William
IVnn to Sir Henry Chicheley; Manuscript Diary kept by Franklin Pierce
during the Mexican War; important historical letter by Commodore
1-M ward Preble; fine letter from Gen. Israel Putnam to Gov. Clinton,
regarding the surrender of Burgoyne; war letter by Gen. Griffith Ruther-

Collection of autographic material by Secretaries of State, 81 speci-
mens and over 100 portraits; Collection of autographs and portraits of
the Secretaries of War, containing 54 autographs and 84 portraits;
Complete set of Autographs of the Speakers of the House of Repre-
sentatives; Document in Dutch, signed by Peter Stuyvesant; autograph
letters by George and Martha Washington, etc., etc.;

Specimens of the handwriting of Nathan Hale, Paul Revere, John Stark.
Sir Guy Carleton, James Clinton, Gen. Horatio Gates, Marquis de
Lafayette, Robert Livingston, and many others.



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1. ADAMS (CHARLES FRANCIS, Minister to England
in Civil War). A. L. S. 1 page, 4to, 1862, and 3 signatures.
Portrait. 5 pieces.

2. ALABAMA STATESMEN. A. L. S. and L. S. of Wm.
R. King, 1834 and 52; A. L. S. of John W. Walker, 1817;

2 A. L. S. of Israel Pickens, 1826; A. L. S. of Gabriel Moore,
1824; A. L. S. of Clement C. Clay, 1842 ; and others, including

3 portraits. Together 17 pieces.

3. ALABAMA STATESMEN. 3 A. L. S. of Willard War-
ner, 1869, '70 and '71 ; 3 A. L. S. of George E. Spencer, 1869
and 70; 2 A. L. S. of George Goldthwaite, 1872 and '73;
A. L. S. and 2 signatures of John T. Morgan, 1877; and
others, including 12 portraits, clippings, etc. Together 28

4. ALDRICH (NELSON W., Senator). A. L. S., 2 pp.
12mo. n. d. ; 4 L. S. 1901-09. To Mr. Joline ; 5 woodcut por-
t rails. Together 10 pieces.

5. ALLEN (WILLIAM, Gov. and Senator from Ohio).
A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to. Dec. 1833 ; A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. Jan. 1846.
Portrait. 3 pieces.

6. ALLSTON (JOSEPH, Gov. of S. C., Husband of Theo-
dosia Burr). Three A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to. Charleston, June 19,
1802. To his wife; 2 pp. 4to. Sullivan's Island, Aug. 29,
1802. To W. P. Van Ness; and another 2 pp. 4to, Sullivan's
Island, Oct. 28, 1802, to his wife, urgently summoning her
home. Together 3 pieces.

7. AMERICAN ARTISTS. A. N. S. by Thomas Moran ;
A. L. S. by F. D. Millet; Signature of A. Bierstadt; A. L. S.
by Elliott Daingerfield; and others. Together 12 pieces.

8. AMERICAN ARTISTS. A. L. S. by C. M. Dewey;
Signature of Wyatt Eaton ; A. L. S. by F. D. Millet ; A. L. S.
by E. D. French; and others. Together 13 pieces.

9. AMERICAN ARTISTS. A. L. S. by Rembrandt Peale.
1 p. 4to. Wash. May 11, 1858 ; A. L. by Washington Allston.
1 p. 12mo. March 2, 1841 ; A. N. S. by Thomas Sully. 1 p.
4to. n. d. ; A. L. S. by Thomas Cole. 1 p. 4to. July 26, 1826.
Together 4 pieces.

10. AMERICAN ARTISTS. A. L. S. by Thomas Sully.
Phila. July 2, 1839 ; A. L. S. by F. 0. C. Darley. N. Y. Jan.
26, 1853; A. L. S. by E. H. Blashfield. April, 1903; A. L. S.
by J. Carroll Beckwith. n. d. ; and others. Together 6 pieces.

11. AMERICAN ARTISTS. A. N. S. by John S. Sargent;
A. L. S. by F. S. Church ; A. L. S. by J. Wells Champney ;
A. L. S. by E. W. Blashfield ; A. L. S. by J. F. Cropsey ; and
others. Together 9 pieces.

12. AMERICAN ARTISTS. A. L. S. by Albert E. Sterner;
A. L. S. by J. Alden Weir ; Signature of Thomas Nast ; A. L. S.
by E. H. Blashfield; and others, including a few portraits.
Together 14 pieces.

13. AMERICAN AUTHORS. A Collection of Autographs
and Portraits mounted or inlaid to quarto size and bound in
1 volume, half green morocco. The volume contains 156
Autograph Letters, Signatures, and Signed Letters, and 100

* The following American Authors are represented by auto-
graph letters or other material in their handwriting: Jacob
Abbott, John S. C. Abbott, Louis Agassiz, S. A. Allibone, P. T.
Barnum, Egbert Benson, G. H. Boker, C. T. Brady, C. A.
Bristed, C. T. Brooks, John E. Browne, W. A. Butler, W. W.
Campbell, Alice Gary, Phoebe Gary, J. E. Chandler, W. E.
Channing, Caroline Cheseboro, Lydia M. Child, L. G. Clark,
W. G. Clark, J. F. Clarke, McDonald Clarke, E. T. Conrad,
P. P. Cooke, Eose T. Cooke, Susan F. Cooper, F. S. Cozzens,
C. P. Cranch, William Croswell, C. A. Davis, H. B. Dawson,
G. H. Derby, S. G. Drake, Paul B. Du Chaillu, E. A. Duyckinck,
W. H. Egle, Eliz. F. Ellet, Thos. D. English, Fanny Fern, J. T.
Fields, F. M. Finch, J. W. Francis, W. L. Garrison, Charles
Gayarre, Parke Godwin, S. G. Goodrich, Simon Greenleaf, E. W.
Griswold, E. E. Hale, C. G. Halpine, John Hay, P. H. Hayne,
J. T. Headley, H. E. Helper, Joseph Henry, H. W. Herbert,
T. W. Higginson, Eichard Hildreth, G. S. Hillard, H. W. Hil-
liard, J. G. Holland, H. N. Hudson, W. H. Hurlbut, J. N. Ire-
land, E. K. Kane, Helen Keller, J. P. Kennedy, E. B. Kimball,
Caroline M. Kirkland, Sidney Lanier, Lucy Larcom, Francis
Lieber, W. J. Linton, Sara J. Lippincott, D. E. Locke, B. J.
Lossing, FitzHugh Ludlow, E. S. Mackenzie, Horace Mann,
C. W. March, G. P. Marsh, M. F. Maury, Brantz Mayer, Her-
man Melville, Louise C. Moulton, W. A. Muhlenberg, A. B.
Neal, E. H. Newell, C. E. Norton, E. W. Nye, FitzJames


O'Brien, J. B. O'Reilly, R. D. Owen, J. G. Palfrey, T. Parsons,
T. W. Parsons, James Parton, J. K. Paulding, Wendell Phillips,
W. C. Prime, T. B. Read, W. B. Reed, A. C. M. Ritchie, David
Rittenhouse, E. P. Roe, J. C. Ropes, L. Sabine, Epes Sargent,
J. G. Saxe, H. S. Schoolcraft, H. W. Shaw, F. W. Shelton,
Mary E. W. Sherwood, B. P. Shillaber, Lydia H. Sigourney,
W. G. Simms, S. F. Smith, Jared Sparks, H. P. Spofford, W. B.
Sprague, E. G. Squire, W. L. Stone, A. B. Street, D. H. Strother,
Wm. Swinton, Celia Thaxter, J. R. Thompson, George Ticknor,
J. T. Trowbridge, Royall Tyler, -C. W. Upham, C. D. Warner,
C. H. Webb, D. A. Wells, P. M. Wetmore, E. P. Whipple, R. G.
White, A. E. Wilson, Justin Winsor, T. Winthrop, and J. E.

14. AMERICAN AUTHORS. Adams (Charles Francis).
L. S., 1 p. 1903; Carleton (Will). Signature and verse;
Bigelow (Poultney). L. S., 1 p. and note; Carman (Bliss).
Signature; and others. Together 30 pieces, including some

15. AMERICAN AUTHORS. Bridges (Robert), 2 L. S.
1895-1911; Chambers (Robert W.). A. L. S., 1 p. 12mo ; Con-
way (Moncure D.), A. L. S., 1 p. 1895; Clarke (James F.),
A. L. S., 1 p. 1878; and others. Together about 30 pieces,
including portraits.

16. AMERICAN AUTHORS. A. L. S. of Henry S. Ran-
dall, 1846; Signature of John Pierpont; A. N. S. of Horace
Mann, 1850 ; A. L. S. of Alfred T. Mahan, n. d. ; A. L. S. of
R. T. S. Lowell, 1863 ; Signature of David R. Locke (Petroleum
V. Nasby) ; and others. Together 39 pieces, including 10 por-
traits, clippings, etc.

17. AMERICAN AUTHORS and others. A. L. S. by J. T.
Trowbridge. Oct. 1883 ; A. L. S. by W. D. Howells. Sept.
1874 ; A. L. S. by John T. Hoffman. Dec. 1865 ; and others.
Together 12 pieces.

18. AMERICAN AUTHORS and others. A. L. S. by T. W.
Higginson. April, 1872 ; A. L. S. by Catherine M. Sedgwick.
April, 1849; MSS. Poem by Harriet Prescott Spofford.
"Fortress of Fear." 3 pp. 12mo; and others. Together 13

YERS, JURISTS, ETC. A. L. S. of A. D. F. Randolph, 1871 ;
Signature of M. M. Pomeroy, 1891 ; A. L. S. and 3 signa-
tures, 1847; 2 A. L. S. and L. S. of Wheeler H. Peckham, 1895
and 97 ; A. N. S. and L. of John Meredith Read, 1866 and 94 ;
and others, including 9 portraits, clippings, etc. Together 48

Josiah Porter, n. d. MS. list of "3rd Troop of Horse of
Somerset." Includes many names prominent in the Revolu-
tion ; A. N. S. of Samuel F. DuPont, 1863 ; Signature of Fitz-
John Porter; and others. Together 22 pieces, including 3


21. AMERICAN NAVAL OFFICERS. Cut signatures of
the following: Commodore Isaac Chauncey, Commodore
Jesse D. Elliott, Capt. J. D. Henley, Commodore C. Morris,
Commodore Charles Stewart, Capt. W. M. Crane, Commodore
Joseph Lanman, Rear-Admiral S. F. Dupont, Capt. G. C.
Read, and Rear Admiral L. M. Goldsborough. Together 10
pieces, all mounted together.

Admiral Alfred T. Mahan, 1901; A. L. S. of Rear-Admiral
Winfield S. Schley, 1904; A. L. S. of Rear- Admiral Charles
D. Sigsbee, 1885 ; A. L. S. of Rear- Admiral R. W. Shufeldt,
1885; and others, including 4 portraits. Together 14 pieces.

Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers, 1867; A. L. S. of Rear-Admiral
Samuel L. Breese, 1846; A. L. S. of Mathew F. Maury, 1864,
eminent naval scientist ; and others, including 2 portraits. To-
gether 10 pieces.

24. AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Declaration du Roi,
concernant 1 'abolition du Droit d'Aubaine convenue entre la
France et les Etats Unis de 1'Amerique Septentrionale.
Donnee a Versailles le 26 Juillet 1778. With the signature
of the Procureur General, Dufranc, printed at the end. 4 pp.
4to, uncut. Paris: P. G. Simon, 1778

* Scarce. This declaration of the Eights of American citi-
zens in France quickly followed the alliance between the two

25. AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Lettre du Roi a M.
1'Amiral, concernant le Jugement des Prises par les Corsaires
que les Etats-Unis d'Amerique arment dans les Ports de
France. Du 10 Aout 1780. 2 pp. 4to, uncut.

Paris: P. G. Simon, 1780

26. AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Traite d'Amitie et de
Commerce, conclu entre le Roi et les Etats-Unis de 1'Amerique
Septentrionale, le 6 Fevrier, 1778. 8 pp. 4to, uncut (blot and
note on title). Paris: Simon [1778]

27. AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Varick (Col. Richard).
Autograph Document, 3 pp. 4to, unsigned, with the heading
""A supposed State of the Army in Canada. Nov. 25, 1775."

* A Eevolutionary document of great historical importance,
being no less than a contemporary list of all the American
forces in Canada at the crisis of the first Northern campaign,
compiled by Col. Varick, then captain of the 6th company of
New York's first Continental Eegiment which formed a part
of Gen. Montgomery's force. At the time this document was
written Gen. Arnold had just completed his terrible expedition
through Maine, and had fallen back from Quebec to Point aux
Trembles to await the arrival of Gen. Montgomery's force,
which was proceeding down the St. Lawrence after the capture
of Montreal. The list is summarized in a note by Varick as
follows: "Of the within number of 1632 men supposed to
remain in Canada it is more than probable that 300 have passed
this Post without calling of which I have no account, so that
with Col. Arnold's Corps which may lie about 650, the whole
force of our army in Canada is something less than 2000 men."


28. AMERICAN SCULPTORS. A. L. S. by Augustus St.
Gaudens; 3 A. L. S. by J. Scott Hartley; A. L. S. by John
Rogers. Together 5 pieces.

29. ANDERSON (JOSEPH, Soldier and Statesman).
A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to. May 3, 1819 ; A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to. March 8,
1824. 2 pieces.

30. ANDERSON (RICHARD C., U. S. Envoy to Colum-
bia). A. L. S., 4 pp. 4to, Caracas, July 22, 1823. To Col.

C. S. Todd; A. L. S., 1 page, 4to, Feb. 10, 1820. To Smith
Thompson, Secty. of the Navy. 2 pieces.

31. ANDROS (SIR EDMUND, Colonial Governor of N. Y.
1674-81, of New England 1686-89, and of Virginia 1692-98).

D. S., 1 page, oblong folio. April 26, 1698. Commission of
Francis Weeks as Sherriff of Middlesex County, Va. (Re-
paired and reinforced with gauze.)

32. ANTHONY (HENRY B., Governor and Senator from
R. I.). A. L. Signed with initials. Nov. 1880; L. S., 1 p.
Jan. 1873 ; L. S., 1 p. March, 1870 ; Portrait with signature ;
Signature on card ; 3 portraits. Together 8 pieces.

33. ARKANSAS GOVERNORS. A. L. S. of John Pope,
April 1, 1810 ; A. L. S. of Thomas S. Drew, Aug. 12, 1859 ;

A. N. S. of Elias N. Conway, April, 1890 ; A. L. S. of Henry
M. Rector, Oct. 21, 1878 ; and 3 others. Together 7 pieces.

34. ARMAND (CHARLES TREFIN, Marquis de la
Rouerie, Revolutionary General). A. L. S., 1 p. folio. No
place or date.

* To Col. Wood ; military letter, reading in part : ' ' Mr.
McDougall qt master to the region has found out a quantity of
fodder which may be obtained immediately our horses having
had but a very insignificant allowance of long feed since at this
post are in the greatest want of that article," etc. VERY


35. ARMSTRONG (JOHN, Soldier in the Revolution and
Secty. of War during the War of 1812). D. S., 1 page, 4to,
War Dept. July 4, 1814. Being a printed letter to the Gov.
of Kentucky, explaining the new danger in the increased
activity of England occasioned by the pacfication of Europe.
On the reverse is the detail chart showing the quota of men
required of each state.

36. ARNOLD (BENEDICT). A. L. S., 2 pp. folio. Head-
Quarters, Robinson's House, August 22nd, 1780. Portrait by

B. L. Prevost. 2 pieces.

* A most important letter to Governor Clinton. At this time
Arnold was in command of the American forces at West Point,
to which post Washington had appointed him at his request,
and he had established his headquarters at Beverly, formerly
the residence of Beverly Eobinson, the Royalist. It seems cer-
tain that Arnold was under English influence at this date
only a month before his open treason but his letter naturally
shows no evidence of such a condition of mind.

After stating the number of very necessary repairs he would
like to make to the military equipment of the post, he writes:

"In this Situation Sir, I am under the necessity of looking up
to your Excellency, for such Assistance, as it may be in your
Power or that of this State, to furnish me with, for securing
Posts, established at such amazing Expence, 8r which are of
such vast Importance to the United States in general $ to this
in particular . . . By the late Appointment of Col. Pickering
to the Quarter Master Generalcy (who is not arrived in Camp)
every thing is become so much deranged in that Department,
as to deprive me of all Hopes of seasonable Assistance from
him," etc.

37. ASHLEY (JOHN, JR., Revolutionary Officer). A. L. S.,
1 p. 4to. Sheffield, Sept. 7th, 1777. Inlaid.

* Interesting letter to General Lincoln, in which he writes :
' ' The Council of this State have given Orders to Gen. Fellows
to remove the Prisoners of War to Boston, from which service
he has not yet returned," etc.

38. ATWATER (CALEB, author). A. L. S., 3 pp. folio.
Circleville, Dec. 30, 1837. Fine political letter to General
William H. Harrison.

39. BADLAM (EZRA, Revolutionary Officer). L. S., 3 pp.
folio, Dorchester, Nov. 24th 1783. Inlaid.

* To General Lincoln, asking him to intercede for him with
the Commander-in-Chief.

40. BANCROFT (GEORGE, Historian). A. L. S., 2 pp.
4to, Feb. 23, 1838. Unaddressed, concerning the corruption
of the Jackson administration. With proof portrait on India
paper by Hall. Letter inlaid to 4to.

41. BARBER (FRANCIS, Officer in Revolution). A. L. S.,
3 pp. folio. Wyoming, July 23rd, 1779. Inlaid.

* To his wife, Wallkill, New York State : ' ' The army will
move for Tyoga the day after tomorrow .... The Expedition
had lilce to have fallen through, from want of provisions $*
other necessities," etc.

42. BARBOUR (JAMES, Gov. of Va., Sect. War, Senator),
A. L. S., 1 page, 4to, Barboursville, July 9, 1834.

43. BARBOUR (JAMES, Statesman). A. L. S., 1 page,
4to, Barboursville, July 7, 1830. Inlaid.


4to, Georgetown, Jan. 12, 1808. To Dr. Paul Bentalon, men-
tions the Wilkinson affair, evidently referring to the Trial of
Gen. Wilkinson for treason. Mounted with a broadside poem
entitled, "Captain Barney's victory over the ship General
Monk, April 8, 1782"; and two newspaper clippings, one an-
nouncing the victory over the "Gen. Monk" and the other
advertising the sale by auction of the "Hyder Ally," Capt.
Barney's ship, Dec. 9, 1782. 4 pieces, all mounted on the same

45. BARRY (COMMODORE JOHN, First Commodore in
the United States Navy). A. L. S., 1 page, folio. Phila.
April 2, 1798. To James McHenry, Sec. of War, reporting

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