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    Joseph Holt Autograph Letter Signed "J Holt.", about one and one-half pages, 4.25" x 7", no place, "Thursday", no date, to "Dear Miss Thing". Holt graciously acknowledges the "agreeable surprise" of a basket of apples, which he finds "as grateful to the taste as they are beautiful to the eye", and returns the favor by sending a bottle of blackberry cordial "made in our own house & . . . a favorite beverage of mine." With an Autograph Signature ("J. Holt. / Judge Adv General / March 19th 1874.") penned on the verso of one of his script calling cards, and an envelope addressed to Holt as J.A.G. in Washington, marked "Private", bearing a 3-cent stamp cancelled New York, docketed and initialed "J.H." by Holt along the left edge. Toned with some later penciled notes in top left; fine.

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    November, 2008
    20th Thursday
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