• quarto, 300 pp., bound in contemporary ½ black leather, cloth covered boards, letters dated 5 June 1875 to 14 December 1876. The volume contains approximately 175 letters written to 15 or so individuals, including family and business associates. The letters mainly concern…
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  • Quarto, two pages of a bi-folium, formerly folded, postal markings on address leaf, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • octavo, two pages, formerly folded, in very good, legible condition. With handwritten note in upper margin: “From D. S. Gregory, Esq., Mayor of Jersey City, Member of Congress, etc., etc.”
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  • 12mo, 205 manuscript pages, bound in the original quarter black leather, gilt stamped cloth covered boards, written in ink, in a legible hand. The diary consists of 1 page per day entries. The diary was kept from January 1st to July 24th,…
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  • quarto, one page, plus address leaf, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • folio, 98 pages, plus blanks, last page torn with loss of text, bound in contemporary boards, considerably worn, some pages loose. There is a hiatus in the correspondence between late 1791 and early 1794, with pages numbered separately for both. Signed by…
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  • Paris: Chez la Veuve Saugrain & Pierre Prault, à l’entrée du Quay de Gêvres, du côté du Pont au Change, au Paradis, [1717] Quarto, 12 pages, a fine copy with wide untrimmed margins.
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  • quarto, 4 pages, written on the letterhead of the Transatlantic Steam Ship Company, Liverpool, the letter was sent via the Great Western, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • 58 volumes of diaries of Samuel W. Folsom, over 7,000 manuscript pages, dated 1867-1927, lacking years 1891, 1906, and 1921; 44 account books of Samuel W. Folsom, various paginations, 68, 72, or 120 pages per book (earlier volumes have less pages), with…
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  • 16 items, including correspondence and manuscript documents, most dating from 1775-1783.       Manuscript archive consisting of correspondence and documents written by Continental Army officers, privateers and merchants during the Revolutionary War, all addressed to Francis Gurney of Philadelphia. The principle correspondents in…
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