1 page, 4to, 245 x 200 mm. (9¾ x 7¾ in.), integral address leaf with seal intact, tiny tear and small seal hole to address leaf. DOLLEY MADISON, JAMES BUCHANAN AND ZACHARY TAYLOR. A tongue-in-cheek note presumably written during the Mexican-American War: "Will you my kind friend have the goodness to enclose my letter to General [Zachary] Taylor in your early dispatches? Read it first that you may see no treason lurks within the Lines..."" /> MADISON, DOLLEY, <I>First Lady</I>. Autograph note signed ("D P Madison") to SECRETARY OF STATE JAMES BUCHANAN, [Washington, D.C., circa 1848-1849]. <I>1 page, 4to, 245 x 200 mm. (9¾ x 7¾ in.), integral address leaf with seal intact, tiny tear and small seal hole to address leaf</I>. DOLLEY MADISON, JAMES BUCHANAN AND ZACHARY TAYLOR. A tongue-in-cheek note presumably written during the Mexican-American War: "Will you my kind friend have the goodness to enclose my letter to General [Zachary] Taylor in your early dispatches? Read it first that you may see no treason lurks within the Lines..." | Christie's