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porting the success of the expedition under Gen. Butler
to the North Carolina coast. With Gen. Sickles' order for
publication on the back.

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A. L. S., 2 pages, 8vo. Headquarters, Mar. 17, 1862, to

E. C. Stedman.

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A. L. S. f 4to. Undated, to E. M. Stanton. Relative to the

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Autograph Endorsement of 10 lines, signed. Canton, Aug.

2, 18/8. On a letter from H. F. Christy to President
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Madison (Dolly P.). Wife of President Madison. A. L. S., 1
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he soar'd," signed and dated Washington, May 20, 1839. A
sarcastic poem on Benjamin Franklin.

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A. L, S., 2 pages, fol. Montpelier, Sept. 11, 181 5. Relative

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Magaw (Robert). Colonel in the Revolution. A. L. S. t fol.
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Magruder (J. B.). Major-General. L. S., 3 pages. Head-
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Margaret of Austria. Governor of the Netherlands, daughter
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Maria Theresa, of Austria. D. S., on vellum, 14 pages, fol. A
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Marshall (Hubert). Major in the French and Indian War.
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Marshall (John). Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. A. L. S..
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—A. D. S., Mar. 8, 1709. Certificate of the marriage of his
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Stedman, A., Jan. 19, 'n. (1938) $12.25.

Mayhew (Matthew). Governor of Martha's Vineyard. D. S„

1 page, 4to. 1692. Indian Deed.

Brooks, L., Apr. 25, '11. (633) $5.50.

Mayhew' (Thaddeus). A. L. S., 4 pages. New Orleans, Jan. 26,
1816, to his wife in New Bedford, Mass. An Account of
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Meade (George G.). Major-General. A. L. S., 4to. Head-
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A. L. S., 3 pages, 8vo. Phila., Mar. 6, 1867.

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Meditations on the Passion. Life of Christ, Rosary, Suffrages
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164 leaves of vellum, 6£x4$ inches; with 14 large and 55
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within a border, and decorated margins. With arms and
family genealogy of Dirck van Nuissenborch, of Desselt
near Dort, in ink in an early seventeenth century hand,
on three preliminary fly-leaves. Sm. 8vo, lev. mor. ex.,
inlaid, g.e., by Mercier, in mor. case.

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Melville (Herman). Manuscript Poem "Ditty of Aristippus,"

2 pages, 8vo, signed. [1888.]

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A. L. S., 1 page, 8vo. Box Hill, Dorking, Mar. 27, 1889, to

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D. S., 1 page, fol. July io, 1890. Contract with Chapman

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A. L. S., 4 pages, 8vo. Box Hill, Feb. 20, 1893, to Fred

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Middlesex (Lionel Cranfeld, Earl of). English Statesman.
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Mildmay (Sir Walter). English Statesman. D. S., fol. 1583.

H., Apr. 2i, '11. (180) $3.25.

Miller (C. H.). A. L. S., 3 pages, 8vo. Newburyport, Aug.
1872, to E. C. Stedman. With photograph, autographed
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A. L. S., 3 pages, 8vo. [Lond.], Aug., 1878. With por-
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Autograph Poem, "Mount Hood," 2 stanzas of 9 lines each,

1 page, fol., signed, 1880. With autographed photograph.
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Mirouer Historial de France. Manuscript of the latter part
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in France, in Gothic characters, on 132 leaves of vellum
119/16x83/4 inches; with 5 large miniatures, 5 borders, 36
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Mitchell (Donald G.). A. L. S., 3 pages, 8vo. Edgewood, July
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Mitchell m (S. Weir). Original autograph poem, "A Decanter
of Madeira aged 86, to George Bancroft, aged 86," 5 leaves,
4to, dated Oct. 3, 1886. With A. L. S., and portrait.

Stedman, A., Jan. 19, 'n. (2022) $15.00.

Mitford (Mary Russell). English Author. A. L. S., 4 pages,
i6mo, undated. On the death of "Mr. Walter."

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Monroe (James). A. L. S., 4to. N. Y., Feb. 27, 1785.

Henry, H., Dec. 20, 'io. (663) $4.50.

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A. L. S., 4to, with franked address. Albemarle, Sept. 30,
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A. L. S., 4to. Delaware, Ohio, Aug. 24, 181 7. Concerning
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A. L. S., 2 pages, 4to. Oakhill, Sept. 5, 1827.

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Montgomerie (John). Governor of New York. D. S., 1 page,
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Moore (Thomas). A. L. S., 2 pages, i2mo. Oct. 1, 1816. Re-
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Morris (Robert). Signer of the Declaration of Independence.

A. L. S., 2\ pages, 4to. Phila., Feb. 21, 1777. Signed twice.

Cleveland, M., Mar. 21, 'n. (219) $22.00.

—A. L. S., 1 page, 4to. Morristown, July 6, 1783, to Aaron
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H., Apr. 21, '11. (184) $35.00.

Morris (William). A. L. S., 1 page, 8vo. "Kelmscott House,"
Feb. 14, 1883, to Sidney Colvin.

A., May 24, 'n. (139) $6.50.

Original Autograph Manuscript of "The Tables Turned, or
Nupkins Awakened. A Socialist Interlude." 24 pages, fol.
In mor. binding. With a page of autograph manuscript, in
pencil, laid in. Klein, A., Feb. 15, 'n. (1264) $150.00.

Morton (John). Signer of the Declaration of Independence.
A. D. S., 4to. Oct. 4, 1763.

Steigerwalt, H., Jan. 31, 'n. (282) $23.00.

A. D. S., fol. Apr. 4, 1769. With seal.

Henry, H., Dec. 20, *io. (509) $10.00.

D. S., fol. Sept. 4, 1775. Inlaid.

Steigerwalt, H., Jan. 31, '11. (285) $5-50.

D. S., fol. July 8, 1776. Mounted. Slightly damaged.

Steigerwalt, H., Jan. 31, '11. (283) $4.00.

Mosby (John S.). Confederate Guerrilla Leader. A. L. S., 4to.
Oct. 3, 1897, to John C. Ropes.

Foote, A., Apr. 19, 'n. (459) $4.00.

Motley (John Lothrop). Historian. A. L. S., 4 pages, 8vo.
1865. Regarding the feeling of Europe towards America.
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Muhlenberg (John P. G.). Brig.-Gen. in the Revolution. A.
L. S., 3 pages, 4to. N. Y., Apr. 4, 1789. Giving his reasons
for advocating the changing of the seat of government to
Pennsylvania. Henry, H., Dec. 20, 'io. (666) $6.50.

Muhlenberg (W. A.). Clergyman. A. L. S., 2 pages, 8vo.

N. Y., May, 1865, to L. J. Cist. Referring to his hymn,

"I would not live alway." With portrait and newspaper

cutting. Stedman, A., Jan. 19, '11. (2073) $4.50.

Mulligan (James A.). Colonel. A. L. S., 4to. Headquarters
Feb. 21, 1862, to the officer commanding the Guard of
Prisoners. Henry, H., Dec. 20, 'io. (01) $5.50.

Murray (Alexander). Commodore. A. L. S., 4to. U. S. Frig-
ate Constellation, Oct. 9, 1800.

Henry, H., Dec. 20, '10. (247) $4.00.

Murray (James). Governor of Canada. L. S., 2 pages, fol.
Quebec, June 29, 1765, to the Governor of Pennsylvania.
Asking assistance for the people of Montreal.

H., Apr. 21, 'ii. (190) $20.00.

Murray (W. H. H.). Author. Original Autograph Manuscript,
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D. S., fol. Paris, Jan. 9, 1812. Signed "N." and one line

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D. S., 1 page, fol. Palace of the Tuileries, Feb. 25, 1815.

Signed "Nap." With 3 portraits.

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Nast (Thomas). Artist. A. L. S., 1 page, 8vo. Harper's
Weekly Office. N. Y., Feb. 1, 1864, to Fitz-Greene Hal-
leck. Offering his services to illustrate his poems.

Foote, A., Apr. 19, 'n. (462) $5.50.

Neal (John). Novelist. Autograph Poem, "Our Battle-flag;
Hurrah!" 2 pages, 4to., signed. Portland, May, 1864.

Stedman, A., Jan. 19, '11. (2086) $4.00.

Nelson (Thomas). Signer of the Declaration of Independence.
A. L. S., 4to, with address. Williamsburg, Feb. 3, 1781, to
Thos. Jefferson. In reference to the disposition of the
paroled people in his State.

Steigerwalt, H., Jan. 31, '11. (290) $5500.

A. L. S., 2 pages, 4to. Richmond, July 25, 1781. War let-
ter. Endorsed in autograph of William Pierce, Aide to
Gen. Greene. Henry, H., Dec. 20, 'io. (508) $65.00.

L. S., 1 page, fol. Sept. 15, 1781. With portrait. War

. letter. Signed as Governor of Virginia.

Hathaway & Richardson, L., May 9, '11. (1030) $9.00.

New Testament. Novum Testamentum. Manuscript of the
Fifteenth Century, in Gothic letter, on 175 leaves of vellum,
probably of German execution, with numerous large initials
in red and blue. Sm. fol., pigskin, g.e., by Ramage.

Porter, A., Dec. r, 'io. (263) $30.00.

Newton (John). Major-General. A. D. S., 4to. Headquarters,
3rd Brigade, 1st Div., 6th Corps, Sept. 28, 1862. Military
endorsement. Signed also by Generals H. W. Slocum and
W. B. Franklin. Henry, H., Dec. 20, 'io. (93) $4,50.

Ninon de L' Enclos. D. S., on parchment, sm. 4to. 1694.

Henry, H., Dec. 20, 'io. (497) $14.00.

Nye (Edgar W.). A. L. S., 2 pages, 8vo. Louisville. Dec. 11,
1888, to H. W. Cleveland.

Cleveland, M., Mar. 21, '11. (223) $3.75.

A. L. S., 1 page, 8vo. Columbia, S. C, Nov. 27. 1888.

M., May 17, '». (542) $500.

—Autograph Manuscript, "A Day at the Circus," 5 pages,
8vo, signed "Bill Nye." [1888.]

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Officium. Officium Beatae Maria Virginis. secundum consue-
tudinem Romanae Curiae, cum Calendario. Manuscript of
the Fifteenth Century, executed in Italy, in Gothic char-
acters in red and black, on 184 leaves of vellum, 5 1/8 x
3 11/16 inches; with a large miniature, 6 borders, 4 histori-
ated and 9 ornamental initials, and hundreds of initials in
blue and gold. i6mo, ,old mor., g.e.

Hoe, A., Apr. 24, 'u. (2156) $825.00.

Officium Beatae MarUe Virginis, ordinatum secundum Ro-
manum Curiam, cum Calendario. Manuscript of the latter
part of the Fifteenth Century, executed in Italy, in semi-
Gothic characters in red and black, on 140 leaves of vellum,
65/16x43/4 inches; with 15 large miniatures, 25 borders, 10
large historiated initials on a gold ground, and numerous
illuminated initials. 8vo, lev. mor., g.e. Described in the
"Catalogue des Manuscripts et imprimes" of Ambroise
Firmin-Didot. Hoe, A., Apr. 24, '11. (2157) $1325.00.

Officium Beatae Mariae Virginis, secundum consuetudinem
Romanae Curiae, cum Calendario. Italian Manuscript, ex-
ecuted at Carpi, Italy, by Sigismondo de Sigismondi, in 1498.
in Roman characters in black and red, on 255 leaves of
vellum, 47/16x31/16 inches ;with 5 miniatures, 11 full-page
arabesque borders, 7 side borders, 6 historiated initials, and
numerous initials in gold and colors, with arms of the Sfon-
drato family, of Cremona, in the first two borders. i6mo,
velvet binding, in mor. case.

Hoe, A., Apr. 24, *n. (2158) $1400.00.

Ogden (Mathias). Brig.-Gen. in the Revolution. A. L. S., 1
page. fol. Apr. 10, 1777.

Hathaway & Richardson, L., May 9, 'n. (681) $13.50.

Onosander. De Optimo Imperatore, per Nicolaum? Secundi-
num traductus e graeco in Latinum. Italian Manuscript of
the latter part of the Fifteenth Century, in humanistic char-
acters in red and black, on 69 leaves of vellum, 81 x 54
inches; the first page within an ornamental border with
first 13 lines in capitals alternately gold and blue, and with
3 large initials. Contemporary oak bds. covered with mor.
(back restored), g.e. From the library of William Morris,
with a description of the manuscript in the autograph of S.
Cockerell laid in. Hoe, A., Apr. 24, '11. (2159) $60000.

O'Reilly (John Boyle). A. L. S., 4 pages, 8vo. Pilot Office.
Bost., Jan. 27, 1876. Referring to his connection with the
"Pilot."

Hathaway & Richardson, L., May 9, '11. (684) $14.00.

A. L. S., 2 pages, 8vo. Bost, Oct. 30, to E. C. Stedman.

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