[REVOLUTIONARY WAR.] A collection of 63 letters and documents pertaining to the American revolutionary War. Including: LAFAYETTE, Marie-Joseph-Paul-Yves-Roch-Gilbert du Motier. Autograph letter signed to unidentified, 7 July 1824. 1p., 4to. Short note expressing thanks and regretting his delayed response. -- JAY, John. DS, 3 April 1776 (signed ca. 1778), as President of Congress. 1p., folio, browned, repaired on verso. John Dunlap’s printing of the Congressional instructions for Letters of Marque and reprisal, authorizing American ships to capture British vessels on the high seas. -- [BRITISH PRISONERS.] Autograph note signed (“Prisoners on Board ye Guard Ship”), to Gov. John Hancock, Boston, 30 September 1782. 1p., 8vo. ‘With the greatest submission we make bold to acquaint you of our usage on Board the Prison Ship. We are very ill treated by Mr. Hopkins & beg to be Righted by your Honour.” [With:] Manuscript document, unsigned, n.d. Account of cash Paid to Sundry Person s for guarding the Prison Ship. Together 2 items. -- BOUDINOT, Elias. ALS to Ezekiel Williams, 23 December 1777. 1p., 8vo. Paper loss costing some words. Handling of British prisoners. -- [QUAKERS.] MOON, James. Manuscript document signed in text, n.d. [ca. 1778]. 3pp., folio, stained, repaired, loss of a few words. Catalogue by a Loyalist Quaker of provisions and property seized form him by Continental Army. “[7 April 1777] came four men armed as soldiers and took my Waggon, two horses and gears to Newtown for to carry provisions...to the Valley Forge…” Complete listing available upon request.