1831. A two-page autograph letter, in Clay's hand, addressed to a prominent supporter in Kentucky. Two autograph pages, with integral address leaf. Signed "H. Clay" on signature line. Light plus age-toning overall, folded for mailing. Some light creasing to address leaf. Condition: Very Good Plus; Dimensions: 8" x 10”.
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1807. Autograph note signed by Waller Taylor and made out to the cashier of the Bank of the United States directing that his salary be paid directly to a merchant named William Bullitt. One page on one sheet of paper. Light wear to left and bottom edges and faint creasing from folding. The verso bears the endorsement of Bullitt and several others. Condition: Good Plus; Dimensions: 8" x 5.25"
New York: George F. Hopkins, 1802. Second Edition, First Printing. Octavos, two volumes; VG; 1/4 calf bound with marbled boards, morocco labels and gilt lettering to spine; Boards show light wear to joints and heads of spines, very light wear to spine labels, and minor shelf-wear overall; Textblock has moderate age-toning and light foxing to edges, light occasional foxing to pages interiorly, and some minor chipping to bottom corner of title-page in volume two; Contents: Vol. I. (, viii, 317 pages) -- Vol. II. (v, , 351 pages); shelved case 7.