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    Philip J. Schuyler Autograph Letter Signed "Ph: Schulyer", two pages, 6 x 7.5 inches, Albany, June 29, 1795 to his niece Catherine Schuyler in New York. He writes "My beloved Child, I am very anxious to receive a line from you, not having had one for some time past and I always receive so much pleasure from your letters that I am unhappy when you do not write. I am so much recovered that I walk and ride about and hope soon to be perfectly restored..." With integral address leaf addressed in his hand with an "ALBANY * June 29" postmark and stamped "PAID". Small loss to address leaf from seal tear, light soiling to letter, usual folds, else very good.

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    April, 2007
    16th-17th Monday-Tuesday
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