1 p., 8vo., Astor House stationery, some stains. Asking permission for a civilian to visit his brother in the field. -- CHASE, Salmon P. (1808-1873), Secretary of the Treasury, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. ALS ("S. P. Chase") to Gen. Montgomery Meigs, Washington, D. C., 8 March 1862. 1 p., 4to. Chase clarifies a subject he discussed with Meigs earlier that day concerning "Col. Vinton's clerks." -- CAMERON, Simon (1799-1889), Secretary of War. ALS ("Simon Cameron") to William L. Marcy, Colemore's Hotel, 4 March 1847. 1 p., 4to. Cameron asks Marcy to permit Mr. H. E. Lemon "to buy some condemned machinery at Harper's Ferry." -- BATES, Edward (1793-1869), Attorney General. ALS to Gen. Porter, Washington, D. C., 30 December 1861. 1 p., 8vo, blue paper. Bates writes on the blank integral of a document that also bears the requests of brothers Francis Miller and Warwick Miller to travel to Alexandria. -- DENNISON, William (1815-1882), Postmaster General, Governor of Ohio. ALS ("W. Dennison") to Gov. Andrew Johnson, Washington, D. C., 15 October 1864. 1 p., 4to, on stationery of Post Office Department. A letter of introduction for a friend and congratulations "upon the auspicious results of our Tuesday's Elections. I feel almost ready to salute you as the Vice-President Elect." -- FESSENDEN, William (1806-1869), Secretary of the Treasury. ALS ("W. P. Fessenden") to unidentified general, Washington, D. C., 3 February 1864. 1 p., 8vo, ruled paper. A letter of introduction for Fessenden's son Francis, a Col. (later general) in the Union Army. -- USHER, John P. (1816-1889), Secretary of War. LS ("J. P. Usher") to Edwin M. Stanton, Department of the Interior, 19 Feburary 1863. 1 p., 4to, ruled paper. A recommendation to send a cavalry company to Fort Benton to deliver goods to the Blackfoot Indian Agency. Together 7 items. (7) " /> [LINCOLN CABINET]. A fine group of letters of Lincoln's Cabinet, all but one of war date. HAMLIN, Hannibal (1809-1891), <I>Vice-president</I>. ALS ("H. Hamlin") to Maj. Brady, 31 October 1864. <I>1 p., 8vo., Astor House stationery, some stains</I>. Asking permission for a civilian to visit his brother in the field. -- CHASE, Salmon P. (1808-1873), <I>Secretary of the Treasury, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court</I>. ALS ("S. P. Chase") to Gen. Montgomery Meigs, Washington, D. C., 8 March 1862. <I>1 p., 4to</I>. Chase clarifies a subject he discussed with Meigs earlier that day concerning "Col. Vinton's clerks." -- CAMERON, Simon (1799-1889), <I>Secretary of War</I>. ALS ("Simon Cameron") to William L. Marcy, Colemore's Hotel, 4 March 1847. <I>1 p., 4to</I>. Cameron asks Marcy to permit Mr. H. E. Lemon "to buy some condemned machinery at Harper's Ferry." -- BATES, Edward (1793-1869), <I>Attorney General</I>. ALS to Gen. Porter, Washington, D. C., 30 December 1861. <I>1 p., 8vo, blue paper</I>. Bates writes on the blank integral of a document that also bears the requests of brothers Francis Miller and Warwick Miller to travel to Alexandria. -- DENNISON, William (1815-1882), <I>Postmaster General, Governor of Ohio</I>. ALS ("W. Dennison") to Gov. Andrew Johnson, Washington, D. C., 15 October 1864. <I>1 p., 4to, on stationery of Post Office Department</I>. A letter of introduction for a friend and congratulations "upon the auspicious results of our Tuesday's Elections. I feel almost ready to salute you as the Vice-President Elect." -- FESSENDEN, William (1806-1869), <I>Secretary of the Treasury</I>. ALS ("W. P. Fessenden") to unidentified general, Washington, D. C., 3 February 1864. <I>1 p., 8vo, ruled paper</I>. A letter of introduction for Fessenden's son Francis, a Col. (later general) in the Union Army. -- USHER, John P. (1816-1889), <I>Secretary of War</I>. LS ("J. P. Usher") to Edwin M. Stanton, Department of the Interior, 19 Feburary 1863. <I>1 p., 4to, ruled paper</I>. A recommendation to send a cavalry company to Fort Benton to deliver goods to the Blackfoot Indian Agency. <I>Together 7 items</I>. (7) | Christie's