• Quarto, 4 pages, posted from “Washington Square” New York, “March 29,” no year given, likely 1850’s. The letter writer signs their name “Enquirer” and inquires about Bennett’s opinion on the presumed upcoming American delegation to Paris, France, perhaps concerning some political matter.
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  • quarto, two pages, plus integral address leaf, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • 12mo, two pages, inscribed in ink, in good, clean and legible condition.
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  • octavo, three pages, docketed on last blank leaf, “Mrs. Holly Washington June 29th, 1846…”, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • Quarto, 1 page, dated 12 May 1858, written by New York City Post-Master Isaac V. Fowler to a fellow Post Master, requesting his help is promoting and signing subscribers to a new Democratic newspaper, the Washington Union.
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  • quarto, two pages, including address leaf, upper left hand corner torn away, slightly affecting the “G” in George, else in very good clean and legible condition.
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  • quarto, three pages, plus stamp-less address leaf, formerly folded, top edge slightly ruffled, else in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • folio, 3 ½ pages, on a folding letter-sheet, postal markings on integral address leaf, portion of second leaf trimmed, not affecting any text, in good legible condition.
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  • quarto, three pages, plus stamp-less address leaf, no postal markings, likely hand carried, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • Three separate fragments of manuscript political notes and text by a passionate New Hampshire man, presumably a Democrat and Civil War Copperhead, 1852-1864. It would not be surprising if the pages were at some point separated, or hidden, because of the author’s…
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