1p, 4to. Trustee's plea, setting forth "the wants of Columbia College...(to witt): several articles necessary to compleat the philosophical & mathematical apparatus of this College...a Library of which the College may be said to be almost totally destitute: their Library having been plundered and destroyed during the late war..." -- STORY, Joseph (1779-1845). ALS to Samuel Bayard, Salem 20 June 1826. 1p 4to. Responding to Bayard's application for a Supreme Court clerkship. "No appointment can be made until the meeting of the Court in January next." -- DICKINSON, John (1732-1808). MDS, Philadelphia, 20 July 1784. 1 p, 8vo. An order In Council, signed by Dickinson as President of Pennsylvania, directing state treasurer David Rittenhouse to pay £20, two shillings, in specie to Colonel Francis Johnston. -- MORRIS, Gouverneur. ALS to Stephen Van Renselaer, Morrisania, 4 September 1807. 1p, 4to, one-inch chip along left edge, loss of one letter. A letter of introduction for a Mr. Parish. -- OTIS, Harrison Gray (1765-1848). ALS to Titus Hosmer, 16 July 1808. 3pp, 4to. Letter to an attorney declining to submit a deposition in the case of Coleman v. Wolcot, claiming inability to recall his role in the transaction under dispute. -- PICKERING, Timothy (1745-1829). ALS to Isaac Tichenor, Department of State, Philadelphia, 20 November 1798. 1p, 4to. Enclosing two anti-Jacobin pamphlets to a fellow Federalist: the French version of, "The Conduct of France towards the Republic of Geneva," and Sewater's "Remonstrance addressed to the Executive Directory of the French Republic against the Invasion of Switzerland." Tichenor was the Federalist governor of Vermont. -- RANDOLPH, John. ALS to Major John Overstreet, Georgetown, 27 April 1810. 1p, 4to, tears neatly repaired. Acknowledging receipt of the "very honourable testimonial to your character & services during the late war...There exists however not the smallest prospect that Congress will make any provision for that description of cases." -- GALLATIN, Albert. ALS to Registrar of the Treasury Department, Treasury Department, 25 March 1807. 1p, 8vo. Transmitting a $1000 loan office certificate. -- GALLATIN. ALS to Messrs. Hoyt & Tom, Treasury Department, 1 August 1809. 1p, 4to. Advising that "it belongs to the Collector to decide whether...a Registor can issue to any other person than himself as his assignee." -- GALLATIN. Autograph envelope signed by Gallatin, n.d. (postmarked 11 October 1809), addressed to Tomas G. Thornton, Marshal of the District of Maine. Together 10 items. (10) " /> [EARLY AMERICAN REPUBLIC]. DUANE, James (1733-1797), MD, "A Representation by the trustees of Columbia College to the Regents of the University, 12 January 1792. <I>1p, 4to</I>. Trustee's plea, setting forth "the wants of Columbia College...(to witt): several articles necessary to compleat the philosophical & mathematical apparatus of this College...a Library of which the College may be said to be almost totally destitute: their Library having been plundered and destroyed during the late war..." -- STORY, Joseph (1779-1845). ALS to Samuel Bayard, Salem 20 June 1826. <I>1p 4to</I>. Responding to Bayard's application for a Supreme Court clerkship. "No appointment can be made until the meeting of the Court in January next." -- DICKINSON, John (1732-1808). MDS, Philadelphia, 20 July 1784. <I>1 p, 8vo</I>. An order In Council, signed by Dickinson as President of Pennsylvania, directing state treasurer David Rittenhouse to pay £20, two shillings, in specie to Colonel Francis Johnston. -- MORRIS, Gouverneur. ALS to Stephen Van Renselaer, Morrisania, 4 September 1807. <I>1p, 4to, one-inch chip along left edge, loss of one letter</I>. A letter of introduction for a Mr. Parish. -- OTIS, Harrison Gray (1765-1848). ALS to Titus Hosmer, 16 July 1808. <I>3pp, 4to</I>. Letter to an attorney declining to submit a deposition in the case of Coleman v. Wolcot, claiming inability to recall his role in the transaction under dispute. -- PICKERING, Timothy (1745-1829). ALS to Isaac Tichenor, Department of State, Philadelphia, 20 November 1798. <I>1p, 4to</I>. Enclosing two anti-Jacobin pamphlets to a fellow Federalist: the French version of, "The Conduct of France towards the Republic of Geneva," and Sewater's "Remonstrance addressed to the Executive Directory of the French Republic against the Invasion of Switzerland." Tichenor was the Federalist governor of Vermont. -- RANDOLPH, John. ALS to Major John Overstreet, Georgetown, 27 April 1810. <I>1p, 4to, tears neatly repaired</I>. Acknowledging receipt of the "very honourable testimonial to your character & services during the late war...There exists however not the smallest prospect that Congress will make any provision for that description of cases." -- GALLATIN, Albert. ALS to Registrar of the Treasury Department, Treasury Department, 25 March 1807. <I>1p, 8vo</I>. Transmitting a $1000 loan office certificate. -- GALLATIN. ALS to Messrs. Hoyt & Tom, Treasury Department, 1 August 1809. <I>1p, 4to</I>. Advising that "it belongs to the Collector to decide whether...a Registor can issue to any other person than himself as his assignee." -- GALLATIN. Autograph envelope signed by Gallatin, n.d. (postmarked 11 October 1809), addressed to Tomas G. Thornton, Marshal of the District of Maine. <I>Together 10 items</I>. (10) | Christie's