[PRESIDENTS]. CLEVELAND, GROVER. Autograph letter signed in full as President, to Claude Davis, 18 January 1894, 2 pages, 8vo, Executive Mansion stationery, matching envelope addressed in the President's hand, returning a letter from Mr. Bayard, and adding that "if you go to Hog Island let us know when you start and how long you will remain there. It may possibly be that while you are there I shall be in the neighborhood -- HARRISON, BENJAMIN. Autograph letter signed as President, to Hon. Samuel Randall, Washington, D.C., 25 March 1889. 1 page, 8vo, integral blank, Executive Mansion stationery, "I have your's of this date with the inclosure which has had my attention. I return Mr. D.'s letter..." -- ARTHUR, CHESTER A. Partly printed document signed in full as President, Washington, D.C., 15 January 1884, I page, 4to, on pale blue paper, the President directs the Secretary of State (Frederick Freylinghuysen) to affix the Great Seal of the United States to "a warrant for the pardon of Edgar D. Hall" -- HAYES, RUTHERFORD B. Autograph letter signed ("R.B. Hayes") as Governor of Ohio, to William T. Crump, Columbus, 8 May 1876, 1 page, 8vo, Executive Department stationery with large vignette of the capital at top, confirming an appointment: "Stewart can have a place as Guard, I am told, whenever he comes down..." Together 4 items. (4)

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[PRESIDENTS]. CLEVELAND, GROVER. Autograph letter signed in full as President, to Claude Davis, 18 January 1894, 2 pages, 8vo, Executive Mansion stationery, matching envelope addressed in the President's hand, returning a letter from Mr. Bayard, and adding that "if you go to Hog Island let us know when you start and how long you will remain there. It may possibly be that while you are there I shall be in the neighborhood -- HARRISON, BENJAMIN. Autograph letter signed as President, to Hon. Samuel Randall, Washington, D.C., 25 March 1889. 1 page, 8vo, integral blank, Executive Mansion stationery, "I have your's of this date with the inclosure which has had my attention. I return Mr. D.'s letter..." -- ARTHUR, CHESTER A. Partly printed document signed in full as President, Washington, D.C., 15 January 1884, I page, 4to, on pale blue paper, the President directs the Secretary of State (Frederick Freylinghuysen) to affix the Great Seal of the United States to "a warrant for the pardon of Edgar D. Hall" -- HAYES, RUTHERFORD B. Autograph letter signed ("R.B. Hayes") as Governor of Ohio, to William T. Crump, Columbus, 8 May 1876, 1 page, 8vo, Executive Department stationery with large vignette of the capital at top, confirming an appointment: "Stewart can have a place as Guard, I am told, whenever he comes down..." Together 4 items. (4)
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