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    Jonathan Trumbull Autograph Letter Signed "Jonth. Trumbull." One page, 8" x 4.25", Lebanon, March 29, 1776. This Revolutionary War dated letter reads, in part: "Roger informs of your arrival at Norwich soon after my leaving Town; I failed of seeing you as I could wish; tho' our meeting must occasioned both grievous and joyful passions...Is your regiment on the march, have many questions to ask, which must be omitted 'till have the opportunity to have them answered...". With envelope addressed to "Colo Jedidiah Huntington". Paper toned, especially at the extreme edges with some small areas of loss, a repair on the verso and the usual fold creases, else very good condition.

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    October, 2013
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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