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N. S. by Gustavus Scott; N. S. by George Plater. 4 pieces,
3 inlaid.

* All of the above were members of the Continental Congress
from Maryland.

367. MARYLAND. D. S. by Col. John Hall; A. N. S. by
Gen. Uriah Forrest; A. N. S. by Robert Goldsborough ; En-
dorsement by Col. John Hall. 4 pieces, 3 inlaid.

* All the above were delegates to the Continental Congress
from Maryland.

368. MARYLAND. Signature of William Harrison on
part of a letter; N. S. by John Hall; A. L. S. by Samuel
Patterson, Nov. 5, 1779; D. S. by Philip Pell; and others.
6 pieces, 5 inlaid.

* Delegates to the Continental Congress.

369. MARYLAND. U. S. Senators from Maryland. A. L. S.
by Robert H. Goldsborough, May, 1836 ; A. L. S. by Robert G.
Harper, April, 1817 ; A. L. S. by Elikiel F. Chambers; A. L. S.
by Joseph Kent, Nov., 1834; A. L. S. by W. D. Merrick, April,
1841 ; and others 27 pieces

370. MARYLAND DELEGATES. Document from the
Maryland Delegates to Congress. 1 p. oblong folio. Annapolis,
June 5, 1776. Signed by Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer, John
Hall, James Tilghman, William Hayward. Printed form.
Inlaid.

371. MARYLAND STATESMEN AND POLITICIANS.
A. L's S. by Philip Key, 1792; George Dent, 1804; William
J. Albert, 1874; John Barney, 1812; Hugh L. Bond, 1864,
1892, 1893; and others. Portraits. 42 pieces.

372. MASON (GEORGE, M. 0. C. from Virginia). A. L. S.,
2 pp. small 4to, Gunston Hall, August 1, 1785. Inlaid.

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373. MASSACHUSETTS. Petition of Officers of the Con-
tinental Army to the Legislature of Massachusetts that they
be allowed to purchase public lands and tender in payment
their receipts for services rendered during the Revolutionary
War. 7 pp. folio. Boston, March 1, 1785.

* Signed by Benjamin Lincoln, Henry Knox, Simon Jackson
and 24 other officers; and received and signed by Samuel
Adams and Samuel A. Otis for the House of Representatives
and the Senate.

A very interesting document, setting forth the grievances of
the Eevolutionary soldiers who had not yet been paid, and the
arguments for the adoption of their suggestions, which, they
say, "will make the wilderness to blossom as the rose."

374. MASSACHUSETTS GOVERNORS. " A. L. S. by John
A. Andrews, 1862; A. L. S. and D. S. by Alex. H. Bullock,
1866 ; A. N. S. and A. S. by William Clanin, 1878 and 1887 ;

2 A. L's S. and D. S. by Wm. B. Washburn, 1870, 1872 and
1873; D. S. by Thomas Talbot, 1825; and others. 38 pieces,
including 16 portraits.

375. MASSACHUSETTS STATESMEN AND POLITI-
CIANS. Signature of Fletcher Webster, 1842; A. L's S. by
Jabez Upham, 1808; William Whiting, 1865; George F.
Williams, 1892; Samuel Dana, 1814; George T. Davis, 1851;
and others; portraits, etc. 48 pieces.

376. MATLACK (TIMOTHY, M. 0. C.). Portion of a
D. S., 1 p. folio, Sept. 13, 1800, containing the signature and

3 lines in the autograph of Matlack; vellum, inlaid; portrait.
2 pieces.

377. MATTHEWS (JOHN, Revolutionary Statesman).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Uxbridge, Sept. 6, 1782. Inlaid.

* Written to Major Bennet in his official capacity as Gov. of
South Carolina, and reading in part : " I will give immediate
orders for the St. Andrews Company of Militia to be embodied
and wait on Coll. KosciuszTco for his orders," etc. Scarce.

378. MAXWELL (GENERAL WILLIAM, Revolutionary
Soldier). A. L. S., iy 2 pp. 4to, Elizabeth Town, August 22,

1778.

* To John Porteous, regarding matrimony. ' ' I find you are
in the Bachelor way still. If you will take a friend's advice,
get out of it as soon as you can. There are several fine young
ladies in this town," etc. Inlaid.

379. MEDOWS (GENERAL SIR WILLIAM, Fought at
Brandywine). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Andover, 1805. Business
letter.

380. MERCER (GENERAL HUGH, Revolutionary Sol-
dier). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Fredericksburg, April 2, 1769, to
Dr. Peters, Philadelphia, introducing a young pupil who is
going to the Academy in Philadelphia. With seal. One
margin neatly repaired. With 2 portraits, and 2 scenes of
his death. 5 pieces, 4 inlaid.

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381. MERCER (JAMES, M. 0. C. from Virginia). A. L. S.,
1 p. 4to, Frederickshurg, Nov. 25, 1776. Inlaid. To Edmund
Pendleton, mentioning his appointment to the Privy Council,
etc.

382. MERCER (JOHN FRANCIS, M. 0. C. from Vir-
ginia). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Strawberry Hill, Aug. 31, 1792.
Inlaid.

383. MEREDITH (GEN. SAMUEL, M. 0. C.). A. N. S.,

1 p. 4to, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1790. To C. H. Williams; signed as
Treasurer of U. S.

384. MICHIGAN GOVERNORS. D. S. by Henry H.
Crapo, 1865; D. S. and Signature by Austin Blair; L. S. by
John S. Barry, 1842; A. N. S. by J. W. Begole, 1873; and
A. L. S. by Wm. Gilpin of Col. 1866. 8 pieces, including

2 portraits.

385. MIDDLETON (HENRY, M. 0. C. and its President).
Signature on fragment of a document; signed also by William
Bull, 0. Beale, John Drayton, and others. 1 p., oblong folio
[1769].

386. MIFFLIN (GEN. THOMAS, M. O. C.). A. N. S.,
Phila., Dec., 1787, 1 p. 12mo ; 2 portraits. 3 pieces, inlaid.

387. MIFFLIN (GEN. THOMAS, M. 0. C.). A. D. S.,
1 p. 4to, Sept. 27, 1786, order for the payment of the salary
of Assemblyman Robert Morris, who has endorsed it to the
Philosophical Society. Signed also by Francis Hopkinson,
John Nicholson, etc. 2 portraits. Inlaid. 3 pieces.

* On the back is an endorsement of 3 lines in the handwriting
of Robert Morris, signed.

388. MIFFLIN (GENERAL THOMAS). A. N. S.. 1 p.
8vo, Feb. 3, 1794, to Col. Biddle, requesting an estimate for
the defence of the port. With 3 portraits. 4 pieces, 3 inlaid.

389. MISCELLANEOUS AMERICAN. A. L. S. by Caleb
Cushing, 1 p. 4to, 1839 ; A. L. S. by Rufus Easton, 2 pp. folio.
1833; A. L. S. by Gold S. Silliman, 1 p. folio, 1809; and
others. 6 pieces.

390. MISCELLANEOUS. George Mifflin Dallas, Diplomat,
1792-1864. Postal address in his autograph, with signature;
9 letters from Daniel Dougherty to William Allen Butler;
A. L. S. by W. B. Lewis, Washington, Wilkesbarre Document,
1790, between John D. Schott and Nathan Carry ; and others.
24 pieces.

391. MISCELLANEOUS. A. L. S. by Henry Clews, Basil
Hall, F. B. Loomis, Sidney Webster, and others. About 35
pieces.

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392. MISSISSIPPI. U. S. Senators from Mississippi.
2 A. L's S. by Thomas H. Williams; A. L. S. by David
Holmes; Document signed by Robert H. Adams; 3 A. L's S.
by James F. Trotter ; 3 A. L 's S. by John Henderson ; A. L. S.
by Jesse Speight; 2 A. L's S. by Joseph W. Chalmers; and
others. 46 pieces, including some portraits.

393. MISSISSIPPI GOVERNORS. A. N. S. by John J.
Pelters, 1862; A. N. S. (in pencil) by Chas. Clark, 1864, with-
drawing his force from Columbus; 3 D's S. by Benj. G.
Humphries, 1866 and 1868; and 2 D's S. by John M. Stone,
1876 and 1787. 7 pieces.

;394. MISSISSIPPI STATESMEN AND POLITICIANS.
A. L's S. by George Adams, 1831; John M. Allen, 1888;
Ethelbert Barksdale, 1844, 1852, 1883, 1884; Henry S. Ben-
nett, 1856; Anthony Butler, 1837; and others; portraits, etc.
36 pieces.

395. MISSOURI GOVERNORS. A. L. S. by Thos. C.
Fletcher; A. L. S. by J. W. McClurg, 1870; 3 A. L's S. by
John S. Phelps, 1854, 1862 and 1878; A. L. S. by Thos. T.
Crittenden, 1882 ; and L. S. by Joseph W. Folk, 1902. 7 pieces.

396. MISSOURI STATESMEN. A. L. S. by David Barton,
1822 ; A. L. S. by Lewis F. Linn, 1838 ; L. S. and signature
by David R. Atchison, 1862; 2 A. L's S. by Henry S. Geyer,
1852 and 1855; 2 A. L's S. by James S. Green, 1858 and
I860; and 4 A. L's S. by Trusten Polk, 1854, 1858 and 1873.
12 pieces.

397. MITCHELL (NATHANIEL, M. 0. C., Gov. Dela-
ware). D. S., 1 p. 4to, May 17, 1792 ; signed also by Wm. Hill
Wells (Senator). Inlaid.

398. MITCHELL (NATHANIEL, M. 0. C., Gov. of Dela-
ware). A. L. S., 1 p. 12mo, George Town, Jan. 4, 1804. Inlaid.

399. MONROE (JAMES). A. L. S., iy 2 pp. 4to. Richmond,
March 28th, 1801 ; 3 portraits. 4 pieces, inlaid.

* To Gen. Ira Allen, regarding the buying of arms.

400. MONTGOMERY (JOHN, M. 0. C.). A. L. S., 1 p.
folio, Annapolis, Feb. 20, 1784, to Edward Hand, about the
difficulties in assemblying the members of Congress. Inlaid.

401. MONTGOMERY (JOHN, M. 0. C.). D. S., 1 p. folio,
Louisbourg, Feb. 17, 1790; signed also by Andrew Graydon,
John A. Hanna, and Thomas Edwards. Inlaid.

402. MOORE (GEN. SIR JOHN, served in the American
Revolution). L. S., 1 p. folio, Gothinburgh, May 24, 1808,
to Robert H. Kennedy, Deputy Commissary-Gen., regarding
payments ; facsimile and 3 portraits. 5 pieces, inlaid.

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403. MOORE (WILLIAM, M. 0. C.). A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo,
In Council, Oct. 14, 1780, discharging a proscription against
Thos. Lightfoot. Inlaid. Also, Signature, 1782. Mounted.

2 pieces.

404. MORGAN (GENERAL DANIEL, Revolutionary
Soldier). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. February 7, 1789. Business
letter explaining his difficulties with waggons. 3 portraits.
4 pieces, inlaid.

405. MORGAN (COL. GEORGE, Revolutionary Soldier).
L. S., iy ? pp. folio, Fort Pitt, August 23, 1777, to General
Hand, with recommendations for a method of delivering
rations and advising the provision of a bakehouse. (Slightly
stained.) Inlaid.

406. MORGAN (WILLIAM, alleged to have been murdered
by Masons). A. L. S., 2 pp. small 4to, Batavia, N. Y., Nov. 28 r
1824 (repaired in folds). Unaddressed letter on personal
matters. Inlaid.

407. MORRIS (CADWALADER, M. 0. C.). A. L. S., 1 p.
folio, Jan. 29, 1784, concerning the loss of an American vessel.
Inlaid. Portrait. 2 pieces.

408. MORRIS (GOUVERNEUR, Statesman). L. S., 1 p.
4to, May 25, 1807, to Simeon DeWitt, notifying him of his
appointment as one of the Commissioners of Streets and
Roads in New York City. Inlaid. With 5 portraits. 6 pieces.

409. MOTTE (ISAAC, M. 0. C. from S. C.). D. S., 1 p.
4to, Sept. 29, 1790 ; D. S., 1 p. 4to, April 14, 1791. 2 pieces,
inlaid.

410. MUHLENBERG (FREDERICK A., M. 0. C.).
A. D. S., 1 p. 12mo, Jan. 3, 1800. Inlaid. 2 portraits.

3 pieces.

411. MUSTER ROLL of Captain Jonas'Parker's Company,
7th Mass. Regiment, December 31st, 1780, 2i/ 2 pp. folio.
Signed by Brigade Inspector Samuel Darby, Captain Jonas
Parker, and General John Glover, organizer of the famous
"Amphibious Regiment" of fishermen.

412. NAPIER (LORD, British Minister to Washington).
A. L. S., 4 pp. 8vo, Washington, February 27, 1859. Long
personal letter to George Bancroft. Inlaid.

413. NASH (ABNER, M. 0. C. from N. C.). A. D. S.,
PP- folio ( the last I*/" PP- in llis handwriting), about

1763; D. S., 1 p. folio, May 20, 1781, signed as Governor.
2 pieces, inlaid.

414. NEILSON (GEN. JOHN, M. O. C.). A. L. S., 1 p.
4to, New Brunswick, Nov. 5, 1811. Inlaid.

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THIRD SESSION
LOTS 415-631

415. NEW HAMPSHIRE GOVERNORS. A. L. S. by

Ichabod Goodwin, 1840; A. L. S. and D. S. by Nathaniel S.
Berry, 1861 and 1863; D. S. by Frederick Smyth, 1866;
A. L. S. by Walter Harrison, 1871; A. L. S. by Onslow
Stearns, 1870 ; and others. 9 pieces.

416. NEW HAMPSHIRE. U. S. Senators from N. H.
A. L. S. by Henry Hubbard, 1840; Address and signature of
Franklin Pierce ; A. L. S. by Leonard Wilcox ; 2 A. L 's S. by
Charles G. Atherton; A. L. S. by Joseph Cilley; and others.
21 pieces.

417. NEW JERSEY. Petition to the Court for the County
of Essex, signed by Jonathan Elmer (Jurist, M. 0. C.), James
Caldwell (the "Fighting Parson," killed in the Revolution),
Elias Dayton (General, M. 0. C.), Benj. Bedell, John Conway,
etc. 1 p. folio, Apr. 9, 1781. Inlaid.

418. NEW JERSEY. Petition to the General Assembly of
New Jersey for a Bank at Burlington, 1 p. folio, Burlington,
Jan. 25, n. y. Signed by Elias Boudinot (M. 0. C.), Gen.
Joseph Bloomfield (Governor), Isaac Collins (Publisher),
Henry Burr, Jr., Abraham Stockton, etc.; 35 signatures. In-
laid.

419. NEW JERSEY STATESMEN AND JUSTICES.
A. L. S. by Wm. W. Phelps, 1875; 2 A. L's S. by Wm. J.
Magie, 1867; D. S. by Benj. Williamson, 1837; A. L. S. by
Sam'l Whelply, 1817; A. L. S. by Joseph C. Hornblower,
1832 ; and 15 others, with 9 portraits. 30 pieces.

420. NEW JERSEY. U. S. Senators from N. J. A. L. S.
by John Rutherford, 1821 ; A. N. S. by Franklin Davenport,
1817; D. S. by Aaron Kitchel, 1817; A. L. S. by William
Wright, 1853; and others. 21 pieces.

421. NEW YORK CELEBRITIES. Document Signed by
Horace Wheaton, Martin Grover, Timothy Jenkins, W. W.
Woodworth, S. Gordon, Preston King, John De Mott, William
J. Hough, Joseph H. Anderson, Joseph Russell, 0. Hunger-
ford, S. S. Ellsworth, Stephen Strong, and others. 1 p. folio,
Wash., March 1, 1847.

422. NEW YORK JURISTS, ETC. 2 A. L's S. by Calvin
E. Pratt, 1867; A. L. S. by Danisl P. Ingraham, 1869; 2
A. L's S. by John Savage, 1821 and 1822; A. L. S. by Theo-
dore Miller, 1871 ; and others. 47 pieces, including 7 portraits.

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423. NEW YORK JURISTS, ETC. 3 A. L's S. and , M
L. S. by Wm. Fitch Allen; 3 A. L's S. by Ed. T. Bartlctt :
A. L. S. by John W. Edmonds; and others. 49 pieces, inelu.l
ing 8 portraits.

424. NEW YORK PROMINENT LAWYERS, POUT!
CLANS, ETC. A. L. S. of Eli Perry, 2 A. L's S. and A. D. S.
by Gerrit Smith, 1844, 1846, 1865; Cut signature of Wm. E.
Robinson; 4 L's S. by Alton B. Parker, 1905, etc.; and others.
38 pieces, .excluding many cuttings and portraits.

4iT.. NEW YORK SENATORS. A. L. S. by John Sloss
Hobart, 1784; A. L. S. by James Watson, 1794; 2 A. L's S. by
Theodoras Bailey, 1804 and 1819; and A. L. S. by Obadiaii
< icnnan, 1819. 5 pieces.

426. NEW YORK STATESMEN. 5 A. L's S. by Wm. H.
Robertson, 1868-92; A. L. S. by Aaron Ward, 1866; 4 A. L's S.
by Auguste Belmont, 1871-72; and others, including 14 por-
traits. 57 pieces.

427. NEW YORK STATESMEN AND POLITICIANS.
A. L's S. by Thomas R. Gold, 1816; Jabez D. Hammond (his-
torian), 1868; Martin Kalbfleisch, 1869; Killian Van Rensse-
laer, 1829; John Rogers, 1873; R. M. Roosevelt, n. d.; and
others; portraits, etc. 49 pieces.

428. NEW YORK STATESMEN AND POLITICIANS.
A. L's S. by Philip S. Crooke, 1869, 1860; Ambrose W. Clark,
1861, 1865 ; Wm. E. Lansing, 1873 ; John D. Lawrence, 1873 ;
Montague Lessler, 1904, 1905; and others; portraits, etc.
50 pieces.

429. NICHOLAS (ROBERT CARTER, M. 0. C. from Vir-
ginia). D. S., 1 p. narrow 12mo, on printed form, April 1,
1773. Inlaid.

430. NORTH CAROLINA. A. D. S. by John Stokes;
A. L. S. by Benjamin Smith, with an endorsement by Thomas
Blount; D. S. by Thomas Polk; D. S. by D. Osborn. 4 pieces,
3 inlaid.

431. NORTH CAROLINA GOVERNORS. A. L. S. by
John W. Ellis, 1856 ; A. N. S. by Henry S. Clark. 1846 ; D. S.
by Jonathan Worth, 1866; A. L. S. by Wm. W. Holden, 1844;
A. L. S. by Tod R. Caldwell, 1837 ; and D. S. by C. H. Brogden,
1875. 6 pieces.

432. NORTH CAROLINA STATESMEN AND POLITI-
CIANS. A. L's S. by Thomas Blount (signed 4 t'ires). 1797;
John Manning, 1870; Richmond Pearson, 1872: and others;
portraits, etc. 56 pieces.

433. NORTH (FREDERICK, LORD. Premier during
American Revolution). D. S., 1 p. folio [London], Nov. 18,
1777. Order on Treasury for payment of 135. Signed also
by Lords Beauchamp, Newcastle, Hardwicke'aud Tylney and
.by Charles W. Cornwall, Speaker.

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434. NOTT (ELIPHALET, Clergymen and College Presi-
dent). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Union College, July 3, 1858 ; another
of the same size [Oct., 1804] ; portrait. 3 pieces, inlaid.

435. OHIO GOVERNORS. A. L. S. by William Dennison,
1861 ; A. L. S. by David Tod, 1846 ; A. L. S. by John Brough,
1857 ; A. L. S. by Charles Anderson, 1865 ; A. L. S. by and
D. S. by William Allen, 1840 and 1874 ; and others, including
11 autographs and 14 portraits, etc. 31 pieces.

436. OHIO. U. S. Senators from Ohio. A. L. S. by Ethan
Allen Brown, 1822 ; A. L. S. by George E. Pugh, 1859 ; L. S.
by B. F. Wade, 1863; A. L. S. by Benjamin Tappan, 1845;
A. L. S. by A. G. Thurman, 1869 ; and others. 63 pieces, in-
cluding portraits.

437. PAGE (MANN, M. 0. C. from Virginia). Signature
on small piece of paper, inlaid. Signature also of Francis
Lightfoot Lee, M. 0. C. ; 2 portraits. 3 pieces.

438. PAINE (EPHRAIM, M. 0. C. from N. Y.). D. S.,

1 p. 12mo, Nov. 29, 1784. Inlaid.

439. PAKENHAM (GENERAL SIR EDWARD M., Killed
at the Battle of New Orleans). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, asserting
his personal responsibility; D. S., with 2-line note, 1810.

2 pieces, inlaid.

440. PATERSON (WILLIAM, Gov. N. J., M. 0. C.). D. S.,
1 p. folio, Nov. 13, 1790. Inlaid. Portrait. 2 pieces.

* Endorsements by James Ewing, Thomas Adams, and Samuel
W. Stockton, with signatures.

441. PATTON (JOHN, M. 0. C., Officer in Rev.). D. S.,
1 p. 12mo, Nov. 3, 1783. Portrait. 2 pieces. Inlaid.

442. PEERY (WILLIAM, M. 0. C. from Delaware). D. S.,

3 pp. folio, February 20, 1760. Signed also by Joshua Wood,
Donaldson Yeates, George Adams, and 30 others. Inlaid.

443. PEEVY (WILLIAM, M. 0. C.). A. D. S., 2 pp. folio,
Feb., 1789. Inlaid.

444. PENDLETON (EDMUND, M. 0. C. from Virginia).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Feb., 1774 (mended). A. N. S., 1 p. 4to,
March 30, 1795 ; portrait. 3 pieces, 2 inlaid.

445. PENN (THOMAS, Proprietor of Pennsylvania) . D. S.,
1 p. narrow 12mo, October 9, 1739. Order to pay Ann Long
10.

446. PENNSYLVANIA DOCUMENT. 1 p., folio. Recom-
mending to the President Mr. Samuel Edmiston for the office
of Prothonotary. Signed by John Armstrong, Brig.-Gen. in
the Revolution, James Armstrong, John Creigh, and others.
With the Lesser Seal of the State of Pa. (ca. 1790).

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447. PENNSYLVANIA GOVERNORS. A. L. S. by Wm.
F. Packer, 1870 ; A. L. S. by Henry M. Hoyt, 1891 ; A. L. S.
by Robt. E. Patterson, 1890; A. L. S. and signature by James
A. Beaver, 1886 and 1892; and 8 clippings and portraits.
12 pieces.

448. PENNSYLVANIA JURISTS. Petition for the re-
mission of a fine made to Gov. Benjamin Franklin, signed by
Henry Wynkoop (M. 0. C.), Francis Murray, Joshua Ander-
son, Thomas Dyer, etc., justices of Bucks Co., Pa. 3 pp. folio,
Oct. 17, 1787. Inlaid. With portrait of Henry Wynkoop.
2 pieces.

449. PENNSYLVANIA. Richard Peters, Secy, of Land
Office, Pa. L. S., instructing George Stevenson to survey land
in Newcastle Co., 1747; A. L. S. by James Read, Jurist, 1 p.
liYading, 1752, regarding a case of forgery (stained) ; A. D. S.
by John Chandler, Bill for surveying, 1718. 3 pieces.

450. PENNSYLVANIA STATESMEN AND POLITI-
CIANS. A. L's S. by J. W. Farnelly, 1848; Peter Farnelly,
1825 ; II. L. Fisher, 1881 ; Thomas Fitzsimmons, 1806 ; George
W. Fleeger, 1885; and others; portraits. 42 pieces.

451. PENNSYLVANIA STATESMEN AND POLITI-
CIANS. A. L's S. by Henry H. Bingham, 1883 ; Henry Black,
1*:!0; James Black, 1850; Samuel S. Blair, 1863; Charles
Biddle, May, 1787, Oct., 1787; and others; portraits. 42 pieces.

452. PENNSYLVANIA STATESMEN AND POLITI-
CIANS. A. L's S. by William Anderson, 1818; Thomas
Henry, 1842; Joseph Hemphill, 1826; John Hickman, 1861;
David Iliester, 1852; and others; portraits. 44 pieces.

453. PENNSYLVANIA. U. S. Senators from Penn. A. L. S.
by William Maclay, 1797; D. S. by Peter Muhlenberg; A. L. S.
by Walter Lowrie; 3 A. L's S. by Jonathan Roberts; 6
A. L's S. by Abner Lacock; A. L. S. by Samuel Maclay ; others
by William Marks, Isaac D. Barnard, Samuel McKean, Daniel
Sturgeon, etc. 64 pieces, including some portraits.

454. PETERS (RICHARD, Jurist, M. O. C.). A. L. S.,

1 p. 4to, War Office, Nov. 2, 1777, concerning the casting of
mortars for the Continental army. Portrait. Both inlaid.

2 pieces.

* Interesting letter to Gov. Trumbull.

455. PETERS (RICHARD, Jurist, M. 0. C.). A. L. S.,
1 p. 4to, War Office, Apr. 3, 1779, transmitting orders of the
Board of War to President Reed. Inlaid.

456. PETTIT (CHARLES, M. 0. C.). A. L. S M 4 pp. 4to,
N. Y., May 14th, 1786, concerning the financial affairs of the
country and the doings of Congress. Inlaid.

* Fine letter to Col. Wadawortli.

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457. PHILLIPS (WILLIAM, British General, died during
Revolutionary War). D. S., 1 p. folio, bill for office used in
Albemarle, Va,, 1779. Signed also by Jonathan Clarke, Assis-
tant Commissary-General. With portrait of Gen. Phillips.
2 pieces, inlaid.

458. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. A. L. S. by Sir
Henry Halford, 11. d. ; A. L. S. by John Abernathy, n. d. ;
A. L. S. and signature by Sir Morrell Mackenzie, 1891; and
others. 6 pieces.

459. PICKERING (TIMOTHY, Secretary of State, etc.).
A. D. S., 2 pp. folio, Phila., December 29, 1797 (broken in
folds).

* On one side is the passport and on the other a statement by
Pickering, beginning: "This pasport in tlie Turkish language,
under the seal of the Dey and Regency of Algiers, I commit to
Timothy Newman, commander of the frigate Crescent," etc.

460. PIERCE (FRANKLIN): A. L. S., 1 p. 12mo, Con-
cord, N. H. Nov. 20, 1868, to Gen. Fitz-John; 3 portraits.
4 pieces, inlaid.

461. PIERCE (WILLIAM, M. 0. C. from Georgia).
A. D. S., 1 p. double 4to, July 1, 1789. Inlaid.

462. PINCKNEY (CHARLES, M. 0. C. and Gov. of S. C.).
A. L. S., 1 p. folio, Charleston, June 26, 1791. To the Gov. of
Connecticut, regarding the sale of a negro.

463. PINCKNEY (CHARLES). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Sunday
morning, n. y., to Gen. Read. Inlaid.

464. PINCKNEY (CHARLES COTESWORTH, Soldier
and Lawyer. 1746-1825). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. Pinckney Island,
Jan. 22, 1816, acknowledging receipt of goods. Inlaid. With
portrait. 2 pieces.

465. PINCKNEY (THOMAS, Officer in Revolution).
A. L. S., 1 p. folio, Moultrieville, Sept. 26, 1815, to Mr. Petit de
Villers. Inlaid.

466. PITCHER (NATHANIEL, Gov. of N. Y., 1828-29).
A. L. S., 3 pp. folio, Sandy Hill, Sept. 12, 1833, to Gen. H. A.
Dearborn.

* A long an interesting letter discussing the chances of Clay,
Webster, and Cass as the Democratic nominees for the Presi-
dential election. Inlaid.

467. PLATER (GEORGE, M. 0. C. from Maryland, Gover-
nor, etc.). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Phila., May 2, 1780, to Stephen
West.

468. PLATT (ZEPHANIAH, M. 0. C., Jurist). D. S., 1 p.
4to, June '5, 1790 ; signed also by Cornelius Humf rey. Inlaid.

469. POTTS (RICHARD, M. 0. C.). A. D. S., 1 p. oblong
4to, March 15, 1800. Portrait. 2 pieces, inlaid.

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470. PRESCOTT (ROBERT, English General in American
Revolution). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, East Windsor. August 31,
1777. To Joseph Webb, regarding an exchange of bills on
London for Continental Currency. Inlaid.

471. PRESCOTT (WILLIAM). A. L. S., 1 p, Salem, Sept.
18, 1794; Boudinot (Elisha), A. L. S., iy 2 pp., n. d. ; D. S. by
Jabez Hamlin. 3 pieces.

472. PREVOST (AUGUSTINE, British General in Ameri-
can Rev.). A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to. January 13, 1771, to Sir
William Johnson. Portrait. 2 pieces, inlaid.

* Prevost fought under Wolfe in Canada and defended Savan-
nah against the Colonial troops, etc. His widow married Aaron
Burr.

473. PRINCETON COLLEGE. Scrap Book, 4to, morocco,
containing portraits of Presidents Dickinson, Aaron Burr, and
Samuel Finley; and numerous other portraits, views, news-
paper and other cuttings and extracts, relating to Princeton
College (all loosely inserted).

* In addition are the following letters, &c. : Presidents, Samuel
S. Smith, 5 A. L's S., 1795-1815; Ashbel Green, Portrait and
3 A. L's S., 1801-20; James Carnahan, A. L. S., 1824; John
Maclean, portrait and signature on card; James McCosh, A. L. S.,
1890, manuscript notes for lecture, 2 pp. and many extracts re-
lating to his life; F. L. Patton, 2 portraits, 9 A. L's S. and
1 L. S. Vice-Presidents, Jacob Green, A. L. S. to President
Green, 1786; Philip Lindsay, A. L. S.; also John Breckinridge,
A. L. S. concerning the ' ' Rebellion ' ' at Princeton ; Samuel
Miller, A. L. S., 3 pp., 1807; Jer. Halsey, A. L. S., 4 pp., 1763;
James Thomson, A. D. S., 1 p., 1768; D. S. by Ezekiel Forman,
Robert Stockman and Natl. FitzRandolph; Lottery Ticket of
New Jersey College, 1753, signed by John Lloyd; James F.
Green, 2 pp., 1813 ; and letters of the following (mostly A. L. S.) ;
Archibald Campbell (2), with 2 portraits and A. D. S., signed
also by Samuel Miller; H. C. Cameron (5), portrait and 2 sig-
natures; T. W. Hunt (9); William Libby (2); H. S. Little;
E. M. McElroy; W. M. Sloane (2); Henry Van Dyke (4)
A. F. West (4); W. L. Collins; J. A. Alexander; J. W. Alex-
ander ; J. F. Armstrong ; W. H. Leonard ; and R. C. Richardson,
Librarian.

474. PROMINENT NEW YORK STATESMEN. ETC.
A. L. S. by Thos. C. Acton; A. N. S. by Matthew Adgate;
A. L. S. by R. P. Andrews; A. N. S. by Benjamin F. Angel;
2 L's S. by Geo. C. Austin : 2 A. L's S. by R. L. Banks ; A. L. S.
by A. Bell ; A. L. S. by Isaac Bell, Jr. ; and others. 154 pieces,
including 26 portraits, clippings, etc.

475. RAMSAY (DAVID, M. 0. C. from S. C., and Author).
D. S., 3 pp. folio, New York, Feb. 1, 1786. (Worn in folds. :>

* To the Gov. of Rhode Island, complaining of the Inck of
representation from a number of States and pointing out the
serious consequences which are apt to result.



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