2 pages, 8vo, on rectos only.. THE PRESIDENT TO HIS FUTURE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. "Can you not find it convenient to pay Mrs. Grant and myself the long promised visit of a week...[We] will be delighted to see you and will endeavor to make the time pass as pleasantly as possible. I should expect the Judge, but I know he has sailed for Europe..." Edwards (1817-1892), although a lifelong Democrat, had supported Grant, who nominated him for Attorney General in 1875-1876 -- [CIVIL WAR]. STEPHENS, ALEXANDER, Vice-President, Confederate States of America. Autograph letter signed to Linton A. Stephens (serving with an artillery unit in Savannah), 1 February 1864, Crawfordsville, Ga. 2 pages, 8vo, original envelope with stamp. Rare war-date letter to his brother describing his and their mother's health -- [LINCOLN ASSASSINATION]. DODGE, JACOB RICHARDS (1823-1902). Autograph letter signed as Secretary of Agriculture, to "Friend Strohen", Washington, D.C., 21 April 1865, 1 page, 4to, on Department of Agriculture stationery. THE DEPARTURE OF THE LINCOLN FUNERAL TRAIN. Dodge records the departure of Lincoln's black-draped funeral train for its epic 1700-mile trip from Washington D.C. to Springfield (with stops in every city--except Cincinnati--which Lincoln had visited as President-elect in February 1861). Together three items. " /> GRANT, ULYSSES S., <I>President</I>. Autograph letter signed ("U.S. Grant") as President to [Edwards] Pierrepont, Long Branch, N.J., 9 July 1872. <I>2 pages, 8vo, on rectos only.</I>. THE PRESIDENT TO HIS FUTURE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. "Can you not find it convenient to pay Mrs. Grant and myself the long promised visit of a week...[We] will be delighted to see you and will endeavor to make the time pass as pleasantly as possible. I should expect the Judge, but I know he has sailed for Europe..." Edwards (1817-1892), although a lifelong Democrat, had supported Grant, who nominated him for Attorney General in 1875-1876 -- [CIVIL WAR]. STEPHENS, ALEXANDER, <I>Vice-President, Confederate States of America</I>. Autograph letter signed to Linton A. Stephens (serving with an artillery unit in Savannah), 1 February 1864, Crawfordsville, Ga. <I>2 pages, 8vo, original envelope with stamp</I>. Rare war-date letter to his brother describing his and their mother's health -- [LINCOLN ASSASSINATION]. DODGE, JACOB RICHARDS (1823-1902). Autograph letter signed as Secretary of Agriculture, to "Friend Strohen", Washington, D.C., 21 April 1865, <I>1 page, 4to, on Department of Agriculture stationery</I>. THE DEPARTURE OF THE LINCOLN FUNERAL TRAIN. Dodge records the departure of Lincoln's black-draped funeral train for its epic 1700-mile trip from Washington D.C. to Springfield (with stops in every city--except Cincinnati--which Lincoln had visited as President-elect in February 1861). <I>Together three items</I>. | Christie's