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With 4 portraits, 1 engraved and inlaid. 5 pieces.

* To J. F. Grimke, answering a request for his influence re-
garding a warrant for the selection of land.

273. JAMESON (JOHN, Officer in Rev.). A. L. S., 1 p.
small 4to, Baskinridge, April 27, 1777, to Gen. Lincoln, re-
garding the plans of Capt. Harrison.

274. JAY (JOHN, Statesman, Gov. of N. Y., 1795-1800).
A. D. S., oblong 12mo, New York, April 30, 1796. An order
for the preparation of pardons for two criminals under sen-
tence of death; portrait. 2 pieces, inlaid.

275. JAY (JOHN). A. L. S., V/ 2 pp. folio, Bedford, Oct. 7,
1804. answering inquiries regarding a distant relation.

276. JAY (JOHN). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, New York, Nov. 19,
1847, to R. G. Bearclsley, announcing the subject of a lecture.

277. JEFFERSON (THOMAS). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Monti-
cello, Nov. 15 [1823] ; 5 portraits. 6 pieces, inlaid.

* To James Madison. An important letter regarding the
treaty with Great Britain, reading in part: " What about the
irrigation of the St. Lawrence and the Mississippi? I would
ml hi r tin ii iruuld let them alone. The navigation of the former,
since the N. Y. canal, is of too little interest to be cared about,
that of the latter too serious," etc.

from Maryland). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, November 4, 1782, to
Gabriel Duval, on legislative matters ; L. S., 1 p. 4to, April 18,
17*2; portrait. 3 pieces, inlaid.


279. JOHNSON (ANDREW). A. L. S. (in pencil), 4 pp.
4to, Greeneville, Tenn., Jan. 24, 1871 (mended in folds) ;
Newspaper clipping of Seward's letters, with corrections in
Johnson's handwriting; 3 portraits. 5 pieces, inlaid.

* The letter is to John D. Ferryman and contains interesting
comments on political matters.

280. JOHNSON (RICHARD M., Soldier and Vice-Presi-
dent). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, White Sulphur, Kentucky, Decem-
ber 22, 1843, to F. Bosworth, thanking him for an honor con-
ferred; portrait. 2 pieces, inlaid.

281. JOHNSTON (SAMUEL, M. 0. C. and Gov. of N. C.).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Edenton, Feb. 14, 1782, to Gov. Burke, con-
gratulating him on his escape from the Tories. (Worn in
folds, blank part of second leaf missing.) On the second leaf
is a draft of a reply, in the handwriting of Gov. Thomas

282. JOHNSTON (SAMUEL, M. 0. C. and Gov. of N. C.).
D. S., 1 p. folio, in Convention, August 2, 1788, Resolution
asking the General Assembly to redeem the paper money ;
D. S., 1 p. 4to, Edenton, Aug. 12, 1788, to the Gov. of Mass,
regarding the adoption of a Constitution. 2 pieces, inlaid.

283. JOHNSTON (SAMUEL, M. 0. C. and Gov. of N. C.).
A. L. S., 1 p. small 4to, July 1, 1803, to Robert Carter, on
legal matters.

284. JOHNSON (THOMAS, M. 0. C. from Maryland,
Rev. soldier, etc.). Official Autograph Order Signed, 1 p.
oblong 12mo, In Council, July 14, 1780. Order for payment
of salary of Daniel Carroll. Inlaid.

285. JONES (ALLEN, M. 0. C. and Rev. soldier). A. L. S.,
li/4 pp. folio, August 20, 1777. To the Governor, regarding
the Tories, provisions for the troops, etc. Inlaid.

286. JONES (ALLEN, M. 0. C. from N. C.). A. L. S., 1 p.
folio. Halifax, Aug. 22, 1781, to Gov. Thomas Burke, with a
signed endorsement in his handwriting. Inlaid.

287. JONES (JOSEPH, M. 0. C. from Virginia). A. L. S.,
11/2 pp. 4to, June 11, 1782. Inlaid.

* To James Monroe, asking him to help in collecting some
money, without which he cannot attend Congress.

288. JONES (NOBLE W., M. 0. C. from Georgia). D. S.,.
1 p. folio, May 19, 1768 ; portrait with cut signature. 2 pieces,
1 inlaid.

289. JONES (WILLIE, M. 0. C. from N. C.). A. L. S.,
3 pp. 4to, Phila., Oct. 1, 1780. Inlaid.

* An exceeding interesting letter in which he speaks of the
retreat of Gen. Gates, the capture of Andr6, Arnold's flight,
the arrival of Eodney with his fleet, etc.


290. JUDGES AND LEGISLATORS. A. L's S. by Arthur
A. Denny, A. M. Craig, J. B. Garvin, Robert Gilchrist, W. F.
Allen, George F. Bryan, J. B. Eccleston, V. Dalrimple, Levi
IIubbeTl, Albert H. Norton, and others. 33 pieces.

291. KEAN (JOHN, M. 0. C. from S. C.). A. L. S.,
l l /2 PP- 4to, Beaufort, April 10, 1788. On business matters;
mentions Calhoun. Inlaid.

292. KEARNEY (DYRE, M. 0. C.). 3 A. D's S., each 1 p.
folio, 1786, 1789, and 1790. 3 pieces, inlaid.

A. L's S. by W. N. Sweeney, 1870; Geo. W. Yeaman, 1898;
John D. Young, 1873 ; and others. 40 pieces.

294. KING ( WILLIAM RUFUS, Vice-President) . A. L. S.,

1 p. 4to, Washington, 1832, to the Secretary of the Navy, re-
questing an appointment for a friend. Inlaid.

295. KINLOCH (FRANCIS, M. 0. C. from S. C.). A. L. S.,

2 pp. small 4to. No place or date. In regard to South
America. Inlaid.

296. KINSEY (JAMES, M. 0. C., Jurist). A. D., signed
twice, 1 p. 4to, July 23, 1783. Inlaid.

297. KNOX (GENERAL HENRY, Revolutionary Soldier
and Secretary of War). A. L. S., 2 l / 2 pp. 4to, Thomaston,
November 24, 1799. (Back slightly torn). Portrait. 2 pieces.

* To Gen. Henry Jackson, regarding his financial troubles :
"The remainder of 2300 dollars must be paid or General Lin-
coln and myself must both be committed to Gaol," etc.

Soldier in Revolutionary War). A. L. S., I 1 /? PP- folio, West
Point, March 3, 1779. (Repaired and inked over in a few
places.) With 3 portraits (1 inlaid). 4 pieces.

* To Major Armstrong. "/ do not tax you with want of
friendship for not writing, knowing that the handsome girls en-
gross the whole of your time and attention and really if I was
in your place I should of choice do the same," etc. With
bantering reference to other officers and the duties they may
perform at the marriage.

299. LACEY (GENERAL JOHN, Revolutionary Soldier).
A. L. S., 1 p. folio, Doylstown, June 5, 1778, to Col. Matlock,
with annexed reports of 2 Court-martials to be inserted in the
public papers (second leaf repaired). Inlaid.

*"/ most sincerely Condole with you for the Loss of our
worthy President. Accounts are Hourly Coming from the
enemy, that they are just going to Evacuate the City," etc.

A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Dec. 15, 1798, to M. Sieveking at Hamburg,
advising him that his wife has sent 1,000 escus, and to take
from that amount the small sum for which he is indebted, etc.
With an engraved portrait (full length). 2 pieces, inlaid.


DE). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Paris, Febr. 20, 1821, expressing his
sorrow to a gentleman for the troubles of his family: With
an engraved portrait. 2 pieces, inlaid.

A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Paris, April 26, 1826, to Col. Willett of New
York; also, Col. Willett 's reply, A. L. S., 1 p. 4to; and 6 por-
traits. 8 pieces, inlaid.

* Lafayette 's letter expresses his great pleasure on hearing
from his old Bevolutionary comrade and the happiness he de-
rives from his American associations, which "have never been
obliterated from my mind but become more than ever necessary
to me," etc. Willett 's reminiscent letter recalls his first meet-
ing with Lafayette "when I was introduced to you by General
Washington. It appeared to me nothing short of that Almighty
providence which had lent to us a Washington, must have put
it into your heart to perform the magnanimous part you ex-
hibited in assisting our Eevolution," etc.


L. S., 1 p. 4to, La Grange, Aug. 12, 1828 ; ; N. S., 4to, Paris,
Febr. 8, 1829 ; L. S., 1 p. 4to, Paris, July 12, 1829. With an
engraving, proof on India paper, representing Lafayette in
America. 4 pieces, inlaid.

L. S., 1 p. 4to, Paris, 11 Floreal [no year] ; L. S., 1 p. 4to,
n. d. ; L. S., 1 p. 8vo, n. d. ; autograph signature to a portion
of a letter ; also a lithograph portrait. 6 pieces, inlaid.

305. LANGWORTHY (EDWARD, M. 0. C. from Georgia).
A. D. S., 1 p. oblong 12mo, Sept. 29, 1774; D. S., 1 p. folio,
March, 1799. 2 pieces, 1 inlaid.

306. LANSING (JOHN, JR., M. 0. C.). D- S., 1 p. 12mo,
May <5, 1786. Inlaid.

307. LAUMOY (COL., French Engineer in Continental
Army). A. D. S., ! 5 pp. folio, Charlestown, Dec. 5, 1779.

* " A reasoned return of the Garrison, munitions, provisions
and other things necessary in Charlestown in case of a siege . .
made in order that those articles may be thought of and pro-
vided for before hand." A very interesting document.

308. LAURENS (HENRY, M. 0. C. and its President).
A. L. S., 1 p. oblong 8vo, Feb. 26, 1776, to Capt. Drayton, on
naval matters. Inlaid.

309. LAURENS (HENRY). D. S., 1 p. folio, In Congress,
July 11, 1778. (Repaired in fold.) Inlaid.

* Besolution by Congress empowering Washington to call on
the Colonies for troops to act in concert with the French fleet.
Signed by Laurens as President.


310. LAURENS (JOHN, Washington's Aide, Envoy to
France). A. L. S., 1 p. folio, Head Quarters, June 4, 1778;
portrait. 2 pieces.

* To his father, Henry Laurens, then President of Congress.
A fine war letter, written shortly before the battle of Mon-
niouth; reading in part: " The General's [Clinton's] letter
will inclose you farther overtures from the enemy and shew
their conciliatory disposition. Gen. Lee is going down to meet
Capt. Kennedy .... Col. Hamilton . . . goes to hear Mr.
Loring's propositions relative to the exchange of prisoners; it
is probable Mr. Clinton wishes to disburthcn himself of such a*
he has at Philadelphia," etc.

311. LAVAL (COL. JACINT, Revolutionary Soldier under
Rochambeau). A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to, Washington, April 5
(1822). Inlaid.

Book of a New Jersey Lawyer, containing a register (occupy-
ing 26 pp.) of legal cases of inheritance, divorce, foreclosure,
&c., in Trenton and in Hunterdon, Sussex, and Somerset
Counties, extending from 1817 to 1833, with notes of fees re-
ceived, etc. Oblong 8vo, old sheep.

313. LEE (ARTHUR, M. 0. C. from Virginia). A. L. S.,
1 p. 4to, Phila., Nov. 26, 1780.

* To Hon. Elbridge Gerry. An interesting political letter ;
reading in part : ' ' Toryism is triumphant here. They have
displaced every whig but the President," etc.

314. LEE (GENERAL CHARLES, Revolutionary Soldier).
L. S., 11/2 PP- folio. Picks Kill, December 2nd, 1776, to Major-
Gen. Spencer. With 3 portraits, one by Dupin (Paris).
4 pieces, inlaid.

* Contains orders to Spencer regarding his movements. ' ' 7
wish to God the Militia may join you soon so as to enable you
to keep your present post. It in in my opinion very important,
it protects a fine country of forage much wanted by the enemy
and keeps the large bodies of Tories in order who without some
such check would probably take an active part. I hope you
have detach'd the four hundred men to Heath or his heart will
break. . . . The fact is so many men of the party I march'd
off from White Plains are so feet gall'd that without taking
two regiments from Heath, I could not march a force sufficient
to the Jerseys and perhaps the fate of America depends on
the competency of my force," etc.

A very interesting letter, dealing with his movements during
the time of his failure to obey the orders of Washington, and
a few days before his capture by the British.

315. LEE (GENERAL HENRY, Revolutionary Soldier).
A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to, Caicos, August 29, 1816. to William
Goddard of Providence, requesting him to attend to his son's
mail and telling of his poor health and his hopes of a return
to United States.

* On the last page is a draft of a reply in the handwriting
of W. Goddard.


316. LEE (HENRY, "Light Horse Harry," M. 0. C.).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, City Tavern, Tuesday, no year ; 3 portraits.
4 pieces, 3 inlaid.

317. LEE (RICHARD BLAND, M. 0. C. from Virginia).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Fauquier C. House, Dec. 17, 1804. Inlaid.

318. LEE (THOMAS SIM, M. 0. C. 1783-4). L. S., 1 p.
4to, In Council Annapolis, August 29, 1781. Inlaid.

* To Col. Samuel Smith ; reading in part : ' ' We are entirely
without Eum at this Post. We therefore request you to procure
with New Money Ten hhds of such Eum or Brandy as will
answer for the Soldiers," etc.

319. LEGARE (HUGH SWINTON, Statesman). A. L. S.,
4% pp. 4to, Charleston, July 7, 1840. Inlaid.

* To Hugh Mercer, O. M. Crutchfield, and others. An ex-
ceedingly interesting letter on national dangers.

320. LINCOLN (ABRAHAM). Endorsement on the back
of an envelope "Filed in Atty. Genl's Office, Sept. 28th,
1864," in the handwriting of Lincoln; A. L. S. by Mary
Lincoln, 1 p. 8vo, Dec. 8th, n. y. 2 portraits of Mrs. Lincoln.
4 pieces.

Soldier, Secretary of War). A. D. S., 2 pp. small 4to, March
15, 1779. Orders for payment of funds, with signature and
initials; countersigned by J. Lewis Garvais, Member of Con-
tinental Congress. With 2 portraits. 3 pieces, 2 inlaid.

Soldier, Secretary of War). A. L. S., 1 p. small 4to, Lincoln's
Town, January 25, 1787, to Col. Stearns, ordering supplies
for the troops. With inlaid portrait. 2 pieces.

323. LINCOLN (ROBERT T., Sec'y. of War). A. L. S.,
2 pp. 12mo, New York, Jan. 5, 1891, to C. R. Deacon, de-
clining an invitation of the Clover Club.

324. LIVINGSTON (EDWARD). 3 A. L's S., each of 1 p.
4to, 1825, 1826, 1830, the last two to Gen. Ripley, New Orleans.

325. LIVINGSTON (ROBERT R.). Autograph accounts
of his business transactions with his brother John. 5 sheets,
12mo to folio, 1779-81.

A. L. S., 1 p. folio, Phila., Mar. 13, 1783, to GENERAL WASH-
INGTON, asking him to send some papers, after first examining
them, to Sir Guy Carleton in New York. With 4 portraits
and views. All mounted or inlaid. 5 pieces.

* The papers which were inclosed with the above letter evi-
dently related to the preliminary treaty of Peace.


A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to, New York, June 24, 1789, unaddressed
but evidently to Oliver Ellsworth, who drafted the first plan
of a judiciary. With 2 portraits and a view. All mounted
or inlaid. 4 pieces.

* Relating to the plan of a judiciary. " / am not clear that
more than one circuit in a year will be necessary, or whether
the number of judges you assign will be sufficient to ride two
circuits .... As the most burthensome, and at the same time
the most unnecessary business of the Federal court will be the
determination of causes between citizen and citizen of different
Stales . . . . I could wish to see the jurisdiction of the superior
courts, in matters of this kind, confined to matters of impor-
tance," etc.

328. LIVINGSTON (WALTER, M. 0. C., Jurist). A. L. S.,
2 pp. 4to, Tiviot-dale, March 30, 1779, to Gov. Clinton,
accepting an appointment to procure wheat and flour for the
army. Inlaid. Portrait. 2 pieces.

329. LIVINGSTON (WILLIAM, Gov. N. J., M. 0. C.).
A. D., signed 3 times. 1 p. folio, In Council for the State of
New Jersey, Dec. 10, 1776. Inlaid.

* Interesting Revolutionary document authorizing two com-
panies of New Jersey troops to proceed to Burlington and take
possession of the money and papers of Robert Smith, who had
evidently taken the oath of allegience to England on the ad-
vance of the British army through New Jersey. Signed also
by the captains of the two companies, Benj. Dennis and Gilbert
Longstreet, and Nathaniel Scudder, M. O. C.

330. LIVINGSTON (WILLIAM, Gov. N. J., M. 0. C.).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Trenton, Nov. 11, 1778, to Gen. Lord Stir-
ling, giving permission to John Thompson to go to Stateu
Island. Portrait and view. 3 pieces, inlaid.

331. LIVINGSTON (WILLIAM, Gov. N. J., M. 0. C.).
D. S., 1 p. 4to, June 30, 1784. Inlaid.

332. LIVINGSTON (WILLIAM, Gov. N. J., M. 0. C.).
D. S., 1 p. folio, Burlington, Aug. 21, 1789. Inlaid. Portrait.
2 pieces.

333. LLOYD (EDWARD, M. 0. C. from Maryland). D. S.,
1 p. large folio, on printed form. May 8, 1761; signed also
by J. Ridout, William Smith, and others. Inlaid.

334. LLOYD (JAMES, Senator from Maryland, 1797-
1800). Official A. L. S., iy 2 pp. 4to, April 19, 1793, to the
Gov. of Maryland, making a recommendation; signed also
by James Tilghman and Samuel Chew. Inlaid.

335. LORING (JOSHUA, British Commissioner of Pri-
soners during Revolutionary War). D. S., 1 p. folio, N. Y.,
October 25, 1780. Certificate of exchange of General Ben-
jamin Lincoln for General Phillips of the British army. In-

* An interesting document.


336. LOUISIANA GOVERNORS. L. S. by Jacques Villere,
1826; 3 A. L's S. by Thos. B. Robertson, 1812, 1813, 1816;
D. S. by Jacques Dupre, 1830; D. S. by Henry Johnson, 1826;
and others, including a portrait. 19 pieces.

337. LOUISIANA. U. S. Senators from La. A. L. S. by
Henry Johnson; D. S. by Josiah S. Johnson; 2 A. L's S. by
Alexander Barrow ; A. L. S. by Charles M. Conrad ; A. L. S.
by Pierre Soule; A. L. S. by S. W. Downs; A. L. S. by John
S. Harris; 2 A. L's S. by J. R. West; and others. 34 pieces,
including portraits.

338. LOW (ISAAC, M. 0. C.). A. L. S., 2 pp. folio, X. Y.,
Aug. 12, 1772, concerning the sale of some goods. Also, D. S.,

1 p. 4to, Mar. 22, 1773; signed also by Jacob Walton and
Anthony Van Dam. 2 pieces, inlaid.

339. McCLURG (DR. JAMES, Member of Constitutional
Convention). A. D. S., 1 p. 4to, Dec. 11, 1792; A. D. S., 1 p.
4to, Dec. 10, 1795; signed also by James Breckmridge.

2 pieces, 1 inlaid.

340. McCOMB (ELEAZER, M. 0. C.). A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo,
June 16, 1789 ; D. S., 1 p. 12mo, Dec. 20, 1787 ; portrait.

3 pieces, autographs inlaid.

341. McCULLOCH (HUGH, Secy, of the Treasury).
A. L. S., iy 2 pp. 8vo, Holly Hills. 1883, regarding his attitude
toward reconstruction at the end of the war; A. L. S., l 1 /^ pp.
8vo, N. Y., 1878; L. S., 1 p. 4to, 1868; engraved portrait.

4 pieces, 3 inlaid.

2 pp. 4to, Fredericksburgh, Oct. 23, 1778, to Gov. Clinton.
Portrait. . 2 pieces.

* FINE WAR LETTER. " The enemy have sent from New York
a fleet of 150 sail of transports urith troops on board under
convoy of a number of men of war. As their destination is
uncertain and the fleet at Boston may be their object, and the
release of Gen. Burgoyne's army, Gen. Gates with his division
has marched from Danbury to Connecticut river there to wait
events. Three brigades march this morning for Farmington
under my orders for the like purpose .... Gen-. Putnam is
playing the old preposterous game with flags, attended with
such circumstances a-s indicate more than mere folly. In short
I begin to suspect his integrity," etc.

1 p. 4to, Robinson's, Dec. 12, 1782, to the colonel of a regi-
ment of his army ; portrait. 2 pieces.

* Showing the condition of the troops: "/ am destitute of a
proper waiter to accompany me to Philadelphia. Some of those
allowed me are sick and all are too rag[g]ed for that service,"

344. McDOWELL (JOSEPH, Rev. Soldier and States-
man). A. L. S., 4 pp. 4to, July 29, 1799. Unaddressed letter
on Indian matters (a few small defects).

345. McHENRY (JAMES, M. 0. C., Secretary to Wash-
ington and his Sec 'ty of War). A. L. S., 9% pp. folio. Near
l'.;iltimore, November 30, 1806. Inlaid.

* To Samuel W. Dana. A very important letter in which he
gives his opinion of the embargo and its effect on the country.
It is of equal interest throughout, but the following quotation
will give some idea of the contents: "The conduct of France
towards our trade might likeunse be contrasted with that ob-
served by Great Britain. It is a fact that a single insurance
company, in Baltimore, . . . has paid, on French captures, above
600,000 dollars, and, for captures by the English during the
same period 400,000 dollars only, with this further difference
that nothing will be recovered on the former, and not less than
50% on the latter," etc.

346. McHENRY (JAMES, M. 0. C., Aide to Washington).
A. -L. S., 2 pp. 4to, Near Baltimore, Feb. 20, 1810.

* An important and exceedingly interesting letter to Eliza-
beth Hamilton, the widow of Alexander Hamilton, regarding
the question whether Hamilton resigned his command after the
capture of Cornwallis. It ends : ' ' You will perceive that a
relinquishment of pay, and resignation of a commission are
distinct things. General Washington held the one while he
relinquished the other. Gen. Hamilton, in order more effectually
to serve his brother officers, did the same."

347. McINTOSH (GENERAL LACHLAN, Revolutionary
Soldier). A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to, Savannah, October 15. 1783, to
John Mclntosh of Jamaica, instructing him in the manage-
ment of the Georgia Plantations, with advice regarding the
purchase of slaves and equipment and the borrowing of
money; engraved portrait. 2 pieces, inlaid.

348. McINTOSH (GEN. LACHLAN, M. 0. C. from
Georgia). A. L. S., l 1 /^ pp. folio, Savannah, March 31, 1784.

349. M'KEAN (THOMAS, Signer). D. S., 1 p. folio,
vellum, Jan. 30, 1806, land grant ; signed also by Timothy
Matlack, M. 0. C. ; with portrait of Matlack. 2 pieces, both

350. McKINLY!(JOHN, M. 0. C. from Delaware). A. L. S.,
iy 2 pp. folio, Wilmington, April 8, 1777. An interesting
account of the condition of the troops and the efforts to raise
a greater number. Inlaid.

351. McKINLEY (WILLIAM). L. S., 1 p. 8vo. Canton,
June 16, 1896; Autograph with subscription; 2 portraits.
4 pieces, inlaid.

352. McLENE (JAMES, M. 0. C.). D. S., 1 p. 12mo,
Lancaster, Jan. 2, 1778, inlaid; signed also by Gen. Wm.


'Order for Gen. Irvine's pay as Assemblyman.


353, MACOMB (MAJ. GEN. ALEXANDER, Distinguished
in the War of 1812). A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to, Detroit, Jan. 13,
1821, to Thos. P. McMahon, Brig. Quarter-Master of Macomb's
command during the war, attesting to his excellent service;
portrait. 2 pieces.

364. MACON (NATHANIEL, Rev. soldier and statesman).
A. L. S., 4 pp. 4to, Washington, March 26, 1808. An interest-
ing letter regarding the possibility of war. Inlaid.

President). Autograph Diary written to her husband. 2pp.
4to, not dated or signed [Dec. 10, 1827]. Addressed to the
Hon. James Madison, now at the University, Charlottesville,
Virginia; 2 portraits. 3 pieces, inlaid.

* An interesting account of family and political matters.

President). Autograph Poem of 14 lines with the title
"Sonnet on Mr. Webster's Departure for England." 1 p. of
small 4to size, not dated.

367. MADISON (JAMES, M. 0. C., President, etc.). L. S.,
1 p. 4to, Dept. of State, May 23, 1805, to Sylvanus Bourne,
Consul at Amsterdam.

358. MADISON (JAMES). Document Signed. Appoint-
ment of an Ensign. 1 p. folio, vellum, with seal of U. S. and
engraving by Draper. Wash. July 23, 1812.

359. MADISON (JAMES). A. L. S., 5 pp. 4to. Mont-
pelier, July 6, 1830; 2 portraits. 3 pieces, inlaid.

* Important letter to Martin Van Buren, in which he gives
his opinions on subjects he had been asked about, such as ' ' The
establishment of some rule which shall give the greatest prac-
ticable precision to the power of appropriating money to objects
of general concern," etc. His views on the disposal of public
lands, the Federal control of canals and roads, and other matters,
are exceedingly interesting.

360. MAINE SENATORS. A. L. S., A. N. S. and signa-
ture by W. P. Fessenden, 1855 and 1843 ; 2 A. L' S. by L. M.
Morrill, 1853 and 1878; A. L. S. by N. A. Farwell, 1864;
L. S. and a copy letter by James G. Blaine, 1884 and 1873;
and others, including 15 portraits, etc. 29 pieces.

by Neal Dow, 1894; Thomas A. D. Fessenden, 1862, 1867;
Nehemiah Abbot, 1836; John Anderson, 1838; Jeremiah
Bailey, 1837; William G. Barrows, 1881; and others. Por-
traits. 37 pieces.

362. MARION (GENERAL FRANCIS, Revolutionary
Soldier). D. S., 1 p. oblong 12mo, Feb. 22, 1782; signed also
by General Peter Horry. Receipt for supplies. With 2 en-
graved portraits. 3 pieces, inlaid.


363. MARTIN (ALEXANDER, Rev. soldier, Gov. of N. C.,
etc.). A. L. S., iy 2 pp. folio, Salisbury, Sept. 21, 1770, to
Col. James Maddison, regarding his brother's death. Inlaid.

364. MARTIN (LUTHER, M. 0. C. from Maryland).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. Sept. 3, 1800, to Robert Carter, on financial
matters. Inlaid.

365. MARTIN (LUTHER, M. 0. C.). A. L. S., iy 2 pp.
4to. No place and date (last part of letter only) ; 2 portraits.
3 pieces.

366. MARYLAND. Autograph receipt signed by Gen.
Uriah Forrest; Autograph receipt by Jeremiah T. Chase;

Online LibraryAdrian H. (Adrian Hoffman) JolineLibrary of the late Adrian H. Joline of New York city ... to be sold ... at the Anderson galleries → online text (page 67 of 76)