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Attractive / IntriguingLiber Amicorum
(“G.H.'s” School Days)?  Manuscript on paper, in German. “Denkmale der Freundschaft.” 1800–06. 8vo (12 cm, 4.7"). [approx. 200] ff.; illus.
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Edward Everett Hale Pursues Good Works — Signed
Hale, Edward Everett.  Autograph Letter Signed, to an unknown recipient. On paper, in English. Roxbury, MA: 1893. 8vo (20 cm, 7.9"). [1] f.
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A Writer at a (Charming!) Loss for Words
Hall, Basil.  Autograph Letter Signed to Isabella Walsh. Philadelphia: 17 December 1827. Small 4to (24 x 19 cm; 9.5" x 7.5"). 1 p.
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A Visit from an Unnamed BUTPossibly Discoverable &
Probably Published WOMAN Writer
Hall, Capt. Basil.  Autograph Letter Signed to “Madam.” Putney Heath: no year. 12mo (7.125" x 4"). 2 pp., with integral blank leaf.
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A MANUSCRIPT Epitome of theLaws Relating to Indians in Spanish America
(Indians, South America).  Manuscript on paper. In Spanish. “Resumen de d[e]r[ech]os tocantes a los Yndios, sobre su reduccion. [Spanish America, most likely the Viceroyalty of Peru]: ca. 1725. Small 4to (21.5 cm; 8.5"). [14] ff. (3 ff. blank).
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The Check Is in the Mail
Joseph Anthony & Co.  Autograph Letter Signed to Benjamin Bourne. Philadelphia, PA: 28 January 1800. 4to (10" x 7.75"). 1 p., without the integral address leaf.
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Many Years Ago I Was Quite Intimately Associated with the Rev. Dr. Shields”
Low, Seth.  Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs. [Bayard?] Stockton. North East Harbor, ME: 2 September 1904. 12mo (7" x 4.5"). 3 pp.
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Esther the Queen, in Holy Writ, Shone Like a Star, Her Name Was Great
(Mallory, Mary Esther).  Manuscript. “Acrostic on M.E.M.” Norwalk, CT: 1824. Small 8vo (20 x 15.5 cm; 7.75" x 6"). 2 pp.
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Tough Times for aFamous “Name”
Meade, George.  Autograph Letter Signed. Philadelphia, PA, 1798. Folio (31.7 cm, 12.5"). [2] ff.

(Medieval manuscript leaves).  A teaching collection of 46 leaves representing 21 different books. England, France, Netherlands, Italy, etc.: 13th to late 15th century or early 16th centuries.. Folio and smaller.
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With aSeal Meant for Reuse
Mifflin, Samuel.  Document signed on parchment, in English. “Exemplification of a common recovery with double vouchers of the messuage & plantation in Blockley late the estate of Morton Garrett.” Philadelphia, 1776. Folio (51.5 cm, 20.5"). [1] p.
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