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    Group of Eleven Early 19th Century Business Letters and Documents, as follows:
    ANS, "Wm. Gray", one page, 7.25" x 5.5", Salem, Massachusetts, November 5, 1800, to a Thomas K. Jones, n.p. Regards insuring a voyage to various ports along the coast of the Indian subcontinent. Fine condition.
    ALS, "Eben Stoker", one page with address panel, 7" x 9.5", Newburyport, Massachusetts, July 24, 1802, to Charles Neil, Portsmouth. Note accompanying a bill. Fine condition.
    Postage receipt, one page, 7.25" x 4.5", n.p., January 1, 1809. Uneven edges, very fine condition.
    ALS, "Russell Glavens", two pages with second address sheet, 8" x 10", Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 8, 1809, to Nathaniel Cushing, Boston, Massachusetts. A captain describes his ship and crew. Aging, good condition.
    ALS, "H Niles", one page, 8" x 13.25", Baltimore, Maryland, July 1, 1811, to a Mr. Bently, Salem, Massachusetts. Niles, an early American journalist and publisher, discusses setting up his short-lived "Weekly Register. Stains, good condition.
    ALS, "Thomas Gold", one page with address panel, 8" x 9.75", Pittsfield, Massachusetts, April 2, 1812, to Garry Bacon, Woodbury, Connecticut, advising of a real estate offer. Stains, very good condition.
    ALS, "Tim. Walker", one page with address panel, 5.75" x 7.5", Charlestown, Massachusetts, June 8, 1814, to Edward Cuth, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, regarding debt settlement. Fine condition.
    Stagecoach receipt, 7.5" x 3.5", Virginia, December 8, 1814. Browning, fine condition.
    Tavern bill to a Colonel Kingsberry, 5.25" x 4.25", n.p., n.d. Very fine condition.
    DS, "Alpheus Babcock" and "John G. Klemm", 2 1/2 pages, 7.75" x 13", Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 3, 1829. A business agreement regarding the manufacture of pianofortes. Light stains, small splits, fine condition.
    ALS, "H.D. Rice", one page with address panel, 8" x 12.75", London, England, to J. Randall, Philadelphia. Warns that England is preparing for war against the United States! Stains, fine condition. From the collection of Henry E. Luhrs.

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    27th Saturday
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