a signature by Bret Harte inlaid on a separate sheet.
* One of his well-known and characteristic poems of the
West, with numerous corrections and changes by the author.
258. HARVARD COLLEGE. A. L. S. by Joseph Willard;
A. L. S. by John T. Kirkland ; 2 A. L's. S. by Charles W.
Eliot; A. L. S. by Thomas Hill; A. L. S. by James Walker;
.and others. 20 pieces.
259. HARVIE (JOHN, M. O. C. from Virginia). A. L. S.,
1 p. small 4to, on printed form. Dec. 6, 1782.
260. HAVEN (ALICE B.). Autograph Manuscript of
"The Famished House" (Chapter 2). 33 pp. 4to, signed.
261. HAWKINS (BENJAMIN, M. O. C. from N. C.).
A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo, Circle agency, Sept. 30, 1811. To Gov.
Mitchell, regarding the Crete Indians. Inlaid.
262. HEATH (GENERAL WILLIAM, Revolutionary
Soldier, Judge, <fcc.). A. L. S , 1 p. 4to, Roxbury, Feb.
22, 1783. To General Hand, acknowledging receipt of in-
formation about General Orders. Portrait. 2 pieces. Both
263. HEATH (GENERAL WILLIAM, Revolutionary
Soldier, Judge, &c.). A. L. S., 1 PP- 4to, Roxbury, July
18th, 1798. Portrait. 2 pieces.
* To Governor Sumner, urging him to assist in having the
old rank restored to the late First Regiment of Militia in
the First Division.
264. HEMSLEY (WILLIAM, M. O. C. from Maryland).
A. L. S., 1 pp. folio, Queen Anns County, Dec. 21, 1785.
On private business. Inlaid.
265. HENRY (JOHN, M. O. C. and Gov. of Maryland).
A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to [Feb. 1779]. Unaddressed ; Regarding
the rations and clothing supplied officers in the army.
266. HILL (DAVID B., Gov. of N. Y. 1885-91). A. L. S.,
1 p. 4to, Elmira, N. Y. Feb. 4, 1880, to Charles M. Baker; D.
S. 1 p. 4to, Albany, Dec. 19, 1888; A. N. S. 1 p. 12mo, New
York, 1892; and 2 portraits. 5 pieces. Inlaid.
267. HODGE (WM. L., Acting Secy, of U. S. Treasury).
A. L: S., 4 pp. 4to, Treasury Dept., 1850, regarding pri-
vate information leaking out of Custom Houses.
268. HOFFMAN (JOHN T., Gov. of N. Y. 1868-72). A.
L. S., 1. p. 4to, N. Y. June 30, 1863. To Wm. T. Booth,
in regard to the meeting of the committee for the inspec-
tion of Sing Sing Prison. Original photograph portrait. 2
269. HOLLEY (MARIETTA, "Josiah Allen's Wife,"
Novelist). Original autograph Manuscript. "On a Tower. "
12 pp. folio. Signed.
* A humorous story of the experiences of Josiah Allen and
his wife on a tour in Washington.
270. HOLMES (OLIVER WENDELL). A. N. S. (with
initials), 1 p. 12mo, n. p. n. d. To Mr. Fields; Endorsed
check, Bost. April 19, 1872. 2 pieces.
271. HOLMES (OLIVER WENDELL). A. L. S., 4 pp.,
12mo, Boston, June 17, 1874, to Francis H. Underwood the
author. With portrait. Both inlaid to 4to.
* Fine letter criticising favorably Underwood's new novel.
272. HOLMES (OLIVER WENDELL). Portion of a MS.
poem. 3 verses of 8 lines each. 1 p. folio. Signed (with
initials), dated, May 31, 1882.
273 HORRY (GENERAL PETER, Revolutionary
Officer). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, 8th June, 1802. To Judge
Grimke, Charleston, enclosing certificate for Captain
274. HOUSTON (WILLIAM C., M. O. C.). D. S., 1 p.
16mo, Oct. 1, 1773. Inlaid.
275. HOUSTOUN (JOHN, M. O. C. from Georgia). A.
L. S., 2 pp. 4to, Savannah, Oct. 1, 1778; D. S. by John
Houstoun, 1 p. oblong 'l2mo, April 23, 1784; D. S. by
William Houstoun, 1 p. narrow 12mo, March, 1773. 3 pieces.
276. HOWARD (COL. JOHN EAGER, Revolutionary
Soldier, Gov. of Maryland). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, In Council,
Oct. 7, 1780. To Sheriff Edward Lloyd Miles, on a matter
of legal procedure. Inlaid. With portrait. 2 pieces.
277. HOWARD (JOHN EAGER, M. O. C., Rev. soldier,
etc.). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Baltimore, July 9, 1819. Regard-
ing the funds of the Society of the Cincinnati. Inlaid.
278. HOWE (GENERAL ROBERT, Revolutionary Sol-
dier, Fought duel with General Gadsden). A L. S., 1 p.
folio, Highlands, July 30, 1779. With portrait. 2 pieces.
* To Henry Lawrens: " Thank you for your letter. I am on
the road and on my march to Ridgefield you will hear from me,
be assured, if I can write," etc.
279. HOWE (SIR WILLIAM, British Gen. in the Revo-
lution). D. S., 1 p. folio, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1776. Document
certifying to the receipt, quantity and quality of a cargo of
rum for the use of the army. Signed also by D. Chamier,
Commissary General. With 2 engraved portraits. 3 pieces.
280. HOWELLS (WILLIAM DEAN). A. L. S., 4pp. 8vo,
Florence, Feb. 9, 1883. An interesting letter to Mr. Osgood
the publisher, discussing his plans for his trip through
Tuscany, which was to furnish his material for " Tuscan
Cities," which appeared in 1885.
281. HOWELLS (WILLIAM DEAN). A. L. S., 2 pp.
8vo, Florence, March 13, 1883. To Mr. Osgood, the publisher.
* " Next to writing a 50,000 book, which I shall never do, is
the pleasure of hearing that Clemens has done it again. I con-
gratulate you both."
282. HO WELLS (WILLIAM DEAN). A. L. S., 3 pp. 8vo,
Townsend Harbor, Mass., July 26, 1876; A. L., 4 pp. 8vo,
Cambridge, Feb. 25, 1877. 2 pieces. Both to Mr. Osgood
the publisher, in connection with his writings.
283. HOWLY (RICHARD, M. O. C. from Georgia).
D. S., 1 p. folio, October 28, 1783. Inlaid.
2*4. HUGER (GENERAL ISAAC, of South Carolina:
Revolutionary Soldier). A. D. S. , 1 p. small 4to. [llth
December, 1794.] Petition to the Senate for titles to lots
purchased by him in Columbia.
285. HULL (GENERAL WILLIAM, Revolution and War
of 1812, Governor of Michigan). A. L. S., 2 pp. small 4to.
Newton, 12th August, 17H9. To General Benjamin Lincoln.
Margin repaired. Inlaid.
* "Instead of congratulating you, sir, I congratulate my
country that . . . you are again willing to devote your talents
to her service," etc.
286. HUMPHREYS (GENERAL DAVID, Soldier in
Revolution and War of 1812, Poet and Diplomat). A. L. S.,
1 pp. folio, New York, 1790. To Gen. Lincoln, referring
to the pending treaties with the Creek Indians. With 3
portraits. 4 pieces.
* "The chiefs appear to be very well Pleased with the Country
through which they have passed and particularly so ivith their
reception everywhere. Many of them have enquired very kindly
respecting you," etc.
287. HUNT (WASHINGTON, Gov. of N. Y. 1850-52).
A. L. S., 3 pp. 8vo, Lockport, Oct. 13, 1858. To S. L.
Manning, explaining his doubts as to being able to Lecture
before the Young Men's Association. Engraved. Portrait.
2 pieces. Inlaid.
288. HUNTINGTON (COL. EBENEZER, Revolutionary
Soldier). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Norwich, Conn., October 25,
1827. To Henry Clay, soliciting an appointment for his
289. HUNTINGTON (GENERAL JEDEDIAII, Revolu-
tionary Soldier). A. L. S., 1 p. folio, New London, Aug. 14,
1794. To Justus Riley, concerning his duties as collector
of customs. Portrait. 2 pieces. Inlaid.
290. HUNTINGTON (SAMUEL, 1765-1817, Governor of
Ohio). A. L. S., 1 p. folio, Steubenville, Sept. 2, 1805. To
Edward D Griffin, Newark, referring to the Indian Claims
as " now extinguished," etc.
291. ILLINOIS STATESMEN. A. L. S. of O. H. Brown-
ing, with envelope having Browning's name in the auto-
graph of Lincoln, written in the corner; 2 A. L's S. and
A. N. S. of W. A. Richardson, 1H63, 1864 and 1865; A. L. S.
of Rich. Yates, 1852; A. L. S. of John A. Logan, 1867; and
others. 41 pieces, including 23 portraits, etc.
292. INDIANA STATESMEN. A. L. S. and signature of
J. E. McDonald, 1878; A. N. S. of D. W. Voorhees, 1892;
L. S. of Benjamin Harrison, 1888; 2 L's S. of Charles W.
Fairbanks, 1899 and 1904; 6 L's S. of Albert J. Beveridge,
all 1899; L. S. of J. A. Hemenway, 1905; and 10 portraits,
293. INGERSOLL (JARED, M. O. C., Jurist). A. L. S.,.
1 p. 4to, Phila., June 7, 1794, oh business matters. 'Portrait.
2 pieces. Inlaid.
294. INGHAM (SAMUEL D., Secy, of U. S. Treasury).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Washington, May 19, 1824, relating to-
Tariff Bill just passed; A. L. S., 1 p, 4to, Washington, Jan.
13, 1825; and portrait. 3 pieces. Inlaid.
295. IRVINE (GENERAL WILLIAM, Revolutionary
Soldier). D. S., 2 pp. 4to, June 15, 1780. Muster Roll of
Captain Jacob Bower's Company. Signed also by Captain
Bower. (One corner repaired.) Inlaid.
296. IRVINE (GEN. WILLIAM, M O. C.). N. S., 1 p.
4to, Indian Dept. Phila. Oct. 7, 1803. To Thomas Peterkin,
to enclose invoice of rifles. Inlaid.
297. IRVING (WASHINGTON). Autograph Notes for
the " Sketch Book " ; A complete story entitled " The Man
of many Invitations"; An Autograph Letter signed with
initial, directed to Miss Sarah Van Wart and having a fine
seal in red wax; and other autographic material in the hand-
writing of Washington Irving. About 34 pages, with a por-
trait and title-page, inlaid to 4to, and bound in cloth.
* The letter contains a very interesting description of Tarry-
town and its inhabitants and the other material in the book
consists of scraps of writing, memoranda and jottings made in
various places, probably for use in the Sketch Book.
298. IRVING (WASHINGTON). Original Autograph
Manuscript of the story of Abderahman, from the Crayon
Miscellanies, Part 3. Legends of the Conquest of Spain.
About 50 pages in the handwriting of Irving, and with cor-
rections and changes. In a red levant morocco binding by
*The first page, an introduction, is signed with the initials
of Irving's nom de plume of Geoffrey Crayon, and the second
page has the title : " Abderahman. Founder of the Dynasty of
the Ommiades in Spain. By the Author of the Sketch Book."
Many of the pages contain scraps of correspondence and re-
jected passages written for the above book.
299. JACKSON (GEN. ANDREW). A. L. S., 1 PP-
4to, George Town, Nov. 18, 1815 (repaired, slightly affect-
ing text). 2 portraits. 3 pieces. Inlaid.
*To his Excellency Daniel D. Tompkins, reading in part:
" The resolution of the legislature of New York, which you were
charged to transmit to me, expressing their gratitude to myself
and my brave associates in arms for the preservation of New
Orleans, was received, " etc.
300. JACKSON (GEN. ANDREW). L. S., 2 pp. 4to,
Nashville, April 9, 1821 (somewhat stained). 3 portraits.
4 pieces. Inlaid.
* To John Clarke, Gov. of Georgia. He writes that he is on
his way to Florida and continues: " the Territorial Government
shall be conformed as nearly as possible to the system of Govern-
ment at present in use by the Spanish Authorities," etc.
301. JACKSON (GENERAL HENRY, Revolutionary
Soldier). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Boston, May 18, 1805. Business
letter to C. W. Hare, Philadelphia. Portrait. 2 pieces.
303. JACKSON (COL. MICHAEL), Revoluionary Soldier).
D. S., 1 p. folio, West Point, June 7, 1782. Return of the
8th Massachusetts Regiment of Foot. On form printed by
F. Bailey, Phila.
303. JACKSON (WILLIAM, Revolutionary Soldier, Sec-
retary of the Society of the Cincinnati). A. L. S., 2 pp.
4to, Phila., Aug. 5, 1799. To Gen. Hand, announcing the
latter's election to the Presidency of the Pennsylvania
State Society of the Cincinnati, and explaining the duties
pertaining to the office. Inlaid. With portrait. 2 pieces.
304. JAMES (HENRY). A. L. S., 2 pp 4to, Jefferson
Hotel, Richmond, Va., Feb. 1, 1905. To Alexander Jessup,
declining to contribute to the "French Men of Letters"
305. JAMESON (ANNA BROWNELL,. Authoress).
A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to, Toronto, March 3, 1837. To Mr. H.
Inman, in regard to a copper-plate made by herself for a
title-page. 4 engraved portraits. 5 pieces.
306. JAY (JOHN, Statesman). D. S. 1 p. 4to, March
24, 1801. A Resolution of the Council of Revision.
* Probably one of the last bills signed by Jay as Governor of
307. JAY (JOHN). A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to, New York, Aug.
16, 1847. To R. G. Beardsley, accepting an invitation to-
lecture before the Young Men's Association of Albany.
308. JAY (JOHN). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, New York, Nov.
19, 1847. To R. G. Beardsley, announcing the subject of
309. JEAFFRESON (JOHN CORDY, Author). A. L. S.,
2 pp. 8vo, April, 1857, application for the appointment of
Librarian of the London Library; A. L. S., 4 pp. South-
ampton, July 2, 1883; A. L. S., 3 pp. 8vo, Southampton,
Nov. 13, 1883. 3 pieces.
310. JEFFERSON (THOMAS). L. S.. 1 p. 4to, Phila-
delphia, Dec. 30, 1799. To John Steele, Esq., Comptroller
of the U. S. 4 portraits. 5 pieces. Inlaid.
* Regarding the payment of money belonging to a former
U. S. Minister.
311. JEFFERSON (THOMAS). Broadside containing
the Speech made by Thomas Jefferson at his inauguration
on March 4, 1801. (Worn in folds.)
312. JENIFER (DANIEL, of St. Thomas, M. O. C.).
L. S., with subscription, 1 p. 4to, July 26, 1785. To William
Augustus Washington, regarding appointments. Inlaid.
313. JERROLD (DOUGLAS, Author). A. N. S., 5 lines,
Little Chelsea, n. d., to W. H. H. Harrison; A. L. S. of
William Blanchard Jerrold, 1 p. 8vo, Lond., Jan. 14, 1857.
With 3 portraits. 5 pieces.
314. JOHNSON (ANDREW). Part of an A. L. S., 3 pp.
folio. Not dated. To Magistrate Samuel Milligan, on po-
litical matters. Signature on card. 2 portraits. 3 pieces.
315. JOHNSON (RICH ARDM., Vice President). A.L.S.,
1 p. 4to, Washington, May, 1824. To Richard Biddle, on
financial matters. Portrait. 2 pieces. Inlaid.
316. JOHNSON (RICHARD MALCOM, American Hu-
morist). Original autograph manuscript of " Doctor Hin-
son." 22 pp. 8vo; with 2 portraits and also portraits of
Mrs. Orme Jewett and Robert U. Johnson. 5 pieces.
3L7. JOHNSTON (SAMUEL, M. O. C. and Gov, of N. C.).
A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to, Fayette Ville, Nov. 14, 1788. Regard-
ing the possibility of a war with the Indians. Inlaid.
318. JOHNSON (THOMAS, M. O. C., Gov. of Maryland).
D. S., 1 p. folio, June 5, 1762; A. N. S. by Thomas John-
son, Nov. 29. 1786. Portrait. 3 pieces. 2 inlaid.
319. JONES (ALLEN, M. O. C. and Rev. soldier).
A. L. S., 1 p. folio, May 17, 1779. To Gov. Patrick" Henry
of Virginia, notifying him that a law had been passed en-
abling him to send military aid to Virginia, etc.
320. JONES (NOBLE W., M. O. C. from Georgia). D. S.,
2 pp. folio, Savannah, Nov. 6, 1777. Signed also by James
Read and Joseph Clay. Inlaid.
321. JONES (NOBLE W., M. O. C. from Georgia).
A. L. S., 1 pp. 4to, Charleston, May 1, 1785. Inlaid.
322. JURISTS AND LAWYERS. A. L. S. of R. B.
Taney, 1 p. 4to, Annapolis, July 2, 1832; A. L. S. of Wm.
Bradford, Jr., 2 pp. folio, June 24, 1784; A. L. S. of J. McP.
Berrien, 1 p. 4to, July 2, 1830; and others. 5 pieces.
323. KANE (ELISHA KENT, American Arctic Explorer).
A. L. S , 1 p. 4to, 1856. To M. F. Maury, regarding pay-
ment for instruments used on his second Arctic expedition.
With portrait. 2 pieces. Both inlaid.
324. KENNEDY (JOHN P., American Author and
Statesman). Correspondence with Robert C. Winthrop,
Statesman. 17 autograph letters, extending from 1850 to
1870, the year of Kennedy's death ; also 2 letters to C. H.
Brainard of Boston regarding portraits; and A. L. S. of
Robert C. Winthrop to same. With 5 portraits of Kennedy
and 2 of Winthrop. 27 pieces.
*The letters contain remarks on politics, travel, literature
and personal and family affairs, with mention of several of the
prominent literary names of the period.
325. KENTUCKY. U. S. Senators from Kentucky.
A. L. S. by Buckner Thruston; D. S. by John Adair;
A. L. S. by George M. Bibb; A. L. S. by George Walker;
A. L. S. by William T. Barry; A. L. S. by Isham Talbot;
A. L S. by John Rowan; A: L. S. by James I. Morehead;
and others. 32 pieces.
326. KENTUCKY. U. S. Senators from Kentucky.
A. L. S. by Buckner Thruston; 2 A. L's S. by John Rowan;
A. L. S. by Joseph R. Underwood; A. L. S. by Archibald
Dixon; Signature of John C. Breckiuridge; and others. 35
pieces, including portraits.
327. KEY (FRANCIS SCOTT, Author of " The Star-
spangled Banner"). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. 1821; A. L. S. of
Col. Nicolls, Commander of Fort Mcllenry. 1 p. 4to. Writ-
ten from the fort, 1813, notifying General Smith of his ap-
pointment; 2 views of the battle and bombardment; extract
from " Analectic Magazine " of Nov., 1814, containing the
first publication of the song other than in newspaper form;
extract from "The Musical Olio," with " To Anacreon in
Heaven," the tune to which " The Star-spangled Banner"
was set; and portrait of the author. 7 pieces.
328. KING (JOHN A., Gov. of N. Y. 1857-58). A. L. S.,
H pp. 8vo, Albany, May 25, 1857. To Dr. John W. Francis.
Portrait. 2 pieces. Inlaid.
329. KING (WILLIAM R.) A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to, Wash-
ington, July 2, 1834. To Col. Thomas Aspiuwall, regard-
ing an estate in England. Inlaid.
330. KING (WILLIAM R.). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Senate
Chamber, February 8, 1841. To James K. Pauldiug. Secy,
of the Navy, asking that he make an appointment; Portrait.
2 pieces. Inlaid.
331. KING (WILLIAM R-). L. S., 2 pp. 4to, Senate
Chamber, June 28, 1852. To Robert Tyler, regarding the
relative merits of Buchanan and Pierce as Presidential
candidates; Portrait. 2 pieces. Inlaid.
332. KNOX (GENERAL HENRY, Revolutionary Soldier
and Secretary of War). A. L. S., 3^ pp. folio, Philadelphia,
August 8, 1791. With portrait. 2 pieces.
*To General Henry Jackson, regarding the purchase of
property. ' ' / am glad you have completed the purchase pro-
vided the title is perfectly good. To buy a lawsuit is to buy a
333. KNOX (GENERAL HENRY, Revolutionary Soldier
and Secretary of War). A. L. S., 5 pp. 4to, St. George,
July 12, 1801.
* An interesting letter relating to his troubles with the
Plymouth Company's settlers, a party of whom had fired on
the surveyors of General Knox's land.
334. KOSCIUSZKO (GENERAL THADDEUS, Polish
Soldier in Revolutionary War). A. L. S. (in French). 1 p.
4to, loth April, 1816. With 3 portraits. 4 pieces. Inlaid.
* Thanking his correspondent for having sent to him a letter
from Thomas Jefferson and asking him to convey in return liis
expressions of great pleasure in the complete victory gained by
the Americans over the English.
335. LACEY (GENERAL JOHN, Revolutionary Soldier).
A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to, Camp Trenton, August 26, 1780. In-
viting a friend to visit camp. Inlaid.
336. LAFAYETTE (GILBERT MOTIER MARQUIS DE).
A. L. S., 1 p 8vo, La Grange, June 21, 1824. With an
engraved portrait by Dequevauviller, proof on India paper.
2 pieces. Inlaid.
337. LAFAYETTE (GILBERT MOTIER MARQUIS DE).
A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo, La Grange, Oct. 21, 1827. With an
engraved portrait. 2 pieces. Inlaid.
338. LAFAYETTE (GILBERT MOTIER MARQUIS DE).
A. N. S., small 4to, [n. d.]; also a fine mezzotint portrait
engraved by Levacher, with a short biography of Lafayette
below. 2 pieces. Inlaid.
339. LAURENS (HENRY, M. O. C. and its President).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, York,. Jan. 20, 1778. On naval matters,
signed as President of the Marine Committee. Inlaid.
340. LAURENS (HENRY). Contemporary copies of
Letters by Henry Laurens, written while a prisoner of the
British and at other interesting periods of his life. 6 items
consisting of about 13 pages. Inlaid.
341. LAURENS (JOHN, Revolutionary Soldier, Aide to
Washington). Autograph Diary of the events preceding the
capture of Yorktown. 5 pp. folio, October 5th to llth .
* A most important Revolutionary document. It contains a,
complete account of the movements of the troops under his
command or observation, and tells of the skirmishing for posi-
tion, the false attacks, and other incidents preliminary to the
actual battle. All parts are of equal interest; the llth (on
which night he captured the redoubt which led to American
success) he describes : " The last battery finished. This night a
second parallel . . was happily forwarded undiscovered by the
" 342. LAWYERS, Attorneys General, Etc. A. L. S. of
Franklin Dexter, 1828; A. L. S. Francis B. Ogdon, 1832;
Three A. L's S. of T. L. Ogden, 1815-16; A. L. S. of Francis
C. Gray, 1820; and others. 15 pieces.
343. LAWYERS. A. L. S. of Charles Chauncey, 1 p.
1828; A. L S. of Richard T. Archer, 3 pp. 1846; A. L. S.
of R. W. Roberts, 1 p., 1870; D. S. by John Van Alen, F.
Butler, Martin Van Buren, folio, 1819; and others. 7 pieces.
344. LEE (ARTHUR, M. O. C. from Virginia). L. S., 1
p. 4to, Feb. 2, 1787. Inlaid.
* Signed also by Samuel Osgood and Walter Livingston,
Members of the Old Congress. Addressed to Gov. George
Clinton, to enclose a list of contingent expenses.
'345. LEE (CHARLES, U. S. Attorney General in Wash-
ington's Cabinet). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Richmond, April 7,
1786; A. D. S., 1 p. 4to, Dec. 23, 1786; A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to,
Alexandria, May 2, 1813. 3 pieces.
F 346. LEE (GENERAL HENRY, Revolutionary Soldier).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, July 1st (18)06. With engraved portrait.
2 pieces. Inlaid.
% 347. LEE (HENRY, " Light Horse Harry "). A. L. S., 1
p. 4to, Richmond, Dec. 13 [1797J. To William Sullivan,
on business matters. Inlaid.
^348. LEE (RICHARD BLAND, M. O. C. from Virginia).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Washington, July 2, 1817. To James
349. LEE (THOMAS SIM, M. O. C. and Gov. of Maryland).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Geo. Town, March 1, 1803; Signed also by
A. J. Thomas.
350. LEWIS (MORGAN, Gov. of N. Y. 1804-07). D. S.,
1 p. 4to, Albany, March 6, 1807. Message to the Senate re-
porting the agreement with Cayuga Tribe of Indians for the
purchase of three thousand acres of their Reservation land,
and mentioningasimilarofferby certain chiefs of the Oneida
Nation. 2 portraits. 3 pieces. Inlaid.
351. LINCOLN (ABRAHAM). Document Signed. Ap-
pointment of Consul. 1 p. oblong folio, Wash. July 26,
1861; 3 portraits. 4 pieces. Inlaid.
352. LINCOLN (ABRAHAM). A. N. S., 1 p. 8vo, Execu-
tive Mansion, Wash., Dec. 11, 1862. In answer to a request
for his autograph; 5 portraits. 6 pieces. Inlaid.
353. LINCOLN (GENERAL BENJAMIN, Revolutionary
Soldier, Secretary of War). L. S., 1 p. folio, War Office,
August 13, 1782. To the President of New Hampshire,
transmitting resolutions of Congress. Portrait. 2 pieces.
354. LINCOLN (GEN. BENJAMIN). D. S., 1 p. oblong
8vo, Boston, June 23, 1806.
355. LINCOLN (ROBERT T.). 5 Letters and Signature,
1875 to 1906. Portrait. 6 pieces.
356. LIVINGSTON (EDWARD). 4 A. L's S., written in
1830 to Wm. P. Farrand, concerning law cases.
357. LIVINGSTON (MARGARET). A. L S., 1 p. folio,
Cleremont, Feb. 15, 1783, to her son Robert R. Livingston,
asking that he do something for Col. James Livingston,
who had lost everything in Canada on account of the War.
358. LIVINGSTON (PHILIP). A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo, Manor
Livingston, Feb. 9, 1744/5, in Dutch, to Jacob Ten Eyck,
concerning an account.
359 LIVINGSTON (ROBERT R.) A. L. S., 2 pp. folio,
Poughkeepsie, Apr. 2, 1778, to his brother John. Long
and interesting letter concerning New York politics and
the measures of the Assembly.
360. LIVINGSTON (ROBERT R.). L. S., 3 pp. folio,
Paris, July 18, 1804, to Fulwer Shipwick, relating to war
demands for indemnity from Spain.
361. LIVINGSTON (CHANCELLOR ROBERT R.). D. S.,
1 p. 12mo, Dec. 3, 1784. 3 portraits and a view, 2 inlaid.
* Receipt for payment as Delegate.
362. LIVINGSTON (CHANCELLOR ROBERT R.).
A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to, Clermont, Sept. 24, 1809, to Simon
DeWitt, concerning the sale of sheep. With 3 portraits
and a view. 5 pieces.
363. LIVINGSTON (WALTER, M. O. C., Jurist). A.L.S.,
1 p. 4to, Tiviot-Dale, March 1, 1780, to Leonard Ganse-
voort, refusing to certify his accounts as member of Assem-
bly. Portrait. Both inlaid. 2 pieces.
364. LIVINGSTON ( WALTER, M.O.C., Jurist). A.L.S.,
1 p. 4to, Board of Treasury, Nov. 19, 1785, to Thomas Har-
wood, drawing on him for $2,000. Signed also by Samuel
Osgood, the statesman. Inlaid. Portrait. 2 pieces.
365. LIVINGSTON (WILLIAM, Gov. N. J., M. O. C.).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, New York, Aug. 29, 1763, to Jared In-
gersoll, concerning the collection of a debt. Portrait. Both
inlaid. 2 pieces.
366. LIVINGSTON (WILLIAM, Gov. N. J., M. O. C.).
A. L. S , 2 pp. folio, Borden Town, May 1, 1777. To Thomas
Wharton, President of the Council of Safety of Pennsyl-
vania, giving an account of a spy captured on his way to
New York and advice as to his treatment. Portrait and
view. All inlaid. 3 pieces.
367. LIVINGSTON (WILLIAM, Gov. N. J., M. O. C.).
D. S., 1 p. folio, Burlington, Oct. 13, 1781. Inlaid.
368. LOUISIANA STATESMEN AND POLITICIANS.
Joseph H. Acklen, 1877; John E. Bouligny, i860; William
L. Brent, 1826; Dominique Bouligny; 1825; Jacob Barker,
1813; Seth Barton, 1847; and others. Portraits, etc. 43
369. LOVELL (JAMES). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Boston, Feb.
17, 1797, on business affairs. Inlaid.
370. LYONS (LORD, British Minister to Washington).
A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo, Washington, January 9th, 1864. With