1 page, 8vo, integral address leaf, light browning. A POST-PRESIDENTIAL REFERRAL. Two years after leaving the White House and retiring to his plantation home, Oak Hill, Monroe writes to Bayly in London regarding a recent recommendation: "I wrote to Mr. Graham yesterday in favor of Mr. Manson. I hope he will be kind & friendly to him, as I think he will." " /> MONROE, James (1758-1831), <I>President</I>. Autograph letter signed ("James Monroe") to John Bayly, Oak Hill, 13 January 1827. <I>1 page, 8vo, integral address leaf, light browning</I>. A POST-PRESIDENTIAL REFERRAL. Two years after leaving the White House and retiring to his plantation home, Oak Hill, Monroe writes to Bayly in London regarding a recent recommendation: "I wrote to Mr. Graham yesterday in favor of Mr. Manson. I hope he will be kind & friendly to him, as I think he will." | Christie's