1 full page, 4to, right margin lightly browned: "We have received a jar of excellent butter, which you were so kind as to send us through Mrs. Ewing, and I beg that you will accept the best thanks of Mrs. Taylor and myself..." -- MARTIN VAN BUREN. Autograph letter signed as President, to M. Bullin, W[ashington, D.C.], 15 July 1840, 1 page, 4to, blue stationery, "The enclosed letter from John will explain the tax I want to impose upon your friendship..." -- DAVID R. ATCHISON, Acting President for one day. Autograph letter signed to Secretary of the Navy J.C. Dobbin, Washington, D.C., 4 January 1855, 1 page, 4to, recommending a St. Louis man "of high standing" for a naval appointment -- MILLARD FILLMORE. Autograph letter signed as President, to "Republic office," [Washington, D.C.], 1 December 1851. 1 page, 8vo, written in red ink, a brief note: "Please let Mr. Hunter have 15 copies of annual newspaper[s] for foreign ministers..." -- FRANKLIN PIERCE. Autograph letter signed as President, to "the Proprietors of the Republic," Washington, D.C., circa 23 August 1853, 1 full page, 4to, black-bordered mourning stationery, minor wear at central fold, with a copy of the letter to which President Pierce responded, a curt letter: "...If the public printing is being executed by you under a similar appointment, your authority will cease from this date..." -- JAMES BUCHANAN. Autograph letter signed as President, to W. Hott, [Washington, D.C.], 13 February 1860, 1 page, 8vo, arranging an appointment. Together 7 items. (7) " /> [PRESIDENTS]. ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Autograph letter signed as President, to Edward Everett, Washington, D.C., 20 March 1827, <I>1 page, 4to, minor repairs, formerly tipped to another sheet,</I> sending thanks for "the very handsome map of New England" -- ZACHARY TAYLOR. Letter signed as President, to an unidentified "Madam," Washington, D.C., 30 January 1850, <I>1 full page, 4to, right margin lightly browned</I>: "We have received a jar of excellent butter, which you were so kind as to send us through Mrs. Ewing, and I beg that you will accept the best thanks of Mrs. Taylor and myself..." -- MARTIN VAN BUREN. Autograph letter signed as President, to M. Bullin, W[ashington, D.C.], 15 July 1840, <I>1 page, 4to, blue stationery</I>, "The enclosed letter from John will explain the tax I want to impose upon your friendship..." -- DAVID R. ATCHISON, <I>Acting President for one day</I>. Autograph letter signed to Secretary of the Navy J.C. Dobbin, Washington, D.C., 4 January 1855, <I>1 page, 4to</I>, recommending a St. Louis man "of high standing" for a naval appointment -- MILLARD FILLMORE. Autograph letter signed as President, to "Republic office," [Washington, D.C.], 1 December 1851. <I>1 page, 8vo, written in red ink</I>, a brief note: "Please let Mr. Hunter have 15 copies of annual newspaper[s] for foreign ministers..." -- FRANKLIN PIERCE. Autograph letter signed as President, to "the Proprietors of the Republic," Washington, D.C., circa 23 August 1853, <I>1 full page, 4to, black-bordered mourning stationery, minor wear at central fold, with a copy of the letter to which President Pierce responded</I>, a curt letter: "...If the public printing is being executed by you under a similar appointment, your authority will cease from this date..." -- JAMES BUCHANAN. Autograph letter signed as President, to W. Hott, [Washington, D.C.], 13 February 1860, <I>1 page, 8vo,</I> arranging an appointment. <I>Together 7 items</I>. (7) | Christie's