Philip Schuyler Autograph Letter Signed, "Ph. ...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionPhilip Schuyler Autograph Letter Signed, "Ph. Schuyler." One page, 7.5" x 12.25", New York, New York; January 17, 1786. A letter from Schuyler (1733-1804), former general in the American Revolutionary War, to former general Ten Broeck (1734-1810) concerning a gargle for Broeck's daughter, who was suffering from a malignant sore throat. ALS is accompanied by an engraving of Schuyler, based on a painting by Alonzo Chappel, published by Johnson, Fry & Company, New York; and an obituary of Schuyler .
Condition: Letter has the usual folds, with weakness along upper two horizontal folds; all folds are reinforced with tape on verso, with paper on left-hand edge that has also been reinforced with tape; small hole near bottom of letter. Overall good.
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