[REVOLUTIONARY WAR]. LOSSING, Benson John (1813-1891). The Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution. New York: Harper & Brothers, n.d. [but 20th-Century].
8 volumes, 8vo. Numerous illustrations throughout. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED BY THE ADDITION OF APPROXIMATELY 233 PLATES AND 22 DOCUMENTS (see below). 20th century black morocco gilt. ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS NEATLY BOUND IN THROUGHOUT, INCLUDING CORRESPONDENCE FROM SEVERAL FOUNDING FATHERS, comprising: ARMSTRONG, John Jr., as United States Minister to France. Partly printed DS. 21 June 1805. -- ATKINSON, Theodore, as New Hampshire Secretary of State. DS. 7 October 1754. -- BRYAN, George, as Vice President of Pennsylvania. Autograph DS. 13 October 1778. -- CLINTON, DeWitt, as Governor of New York. ALS, to Dr. John W. Francis. 22 August 1826. -- CLINTON, George, as first Governor of New York. Partly printed DS. 30 March 1803. -- DEARBORN, Henry, as Secretary of War. ALS, to Mayor J. H. Buell. 29 November 1802. Regarding the accounts of Zebulon Pike. -- HOBART, John Sloss, as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Judicature of New York. Signature, on verso of a manuscript DS, May 1795. -- KEAN, John, as cashier of the Bank of the United States. ALS, to Jonathan Burrall. 1 March 1792. -- LEWIS, Morgan, as Governor of New York. Partly printed DS. 6 April 1807. -- BARRY, John, Captain. Printed DS, n.d. -- BENSON, Robert. Partly printed DS. 14 April 1795. -- CADWALADER, Thomas, General. ALS, to William Tilghman. 31 May 1817. -- FOLSOM, Nathaniel. Manuscript DS, with a 4-line note in Folsom's hand. 17 June 1773. -- GERRY, Elbridge. Clipped signature. -- HAMILTON, Elizabeth Schuyler. Partly printed DS. 3 October 1827. -- KINSEY, James. ALS, to an unnamed recipient. 17 July 1768. -- LIVINGSTON, Gilbert. Manuscript DS, 29 May 1793. -- LOVELL, James. Partly printed DS. 28 April 1803. -- MUMFORD, William. ADS. September 1776. -- RANDOLPH, Edmund Jennings. ALS ("E.R.") N.d. -- RANDOLPH, John. Autograph Free Frank, 24 March, n.y. -- [CONTINENTAL CURRENCY]. One piece of Pennsylvania Continental Currency. Two dollars. Philadelphia: Hall & Sellers, 1776. (Complete list and details available on request).
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